Bvfcl Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited Recruitment
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Electrical Chief Engineer
Post Name Chief Engineer Electrical No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 17500-22300 - Educational Qualification Degree in Electrical Engineering with minimum 14 years post qualification Executive experience in line in a PSU large Private sector. Age Limit 52 years as on 01.01.2017 Age Relaxation For OBC Candidates 3 years For SC ST Candidates 5 years Job Location Dibrugarh Assam Selection Process Selection will be made on interview. Application Fee Candidates belonging to General and OBC category Rs.200 - through Bank draft drawn in favour of BVFC Limited, Namrup, payable at SBI UCO Bank, at Namrup, Assam-786623. SC ST PH candidates are exempted from payment of application fees. How to Apply BVFCL Vacancy Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with attested copies......
Gov Job Addl Chief Engineer
Post Name Deputy General Manager Chief Manager No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 18500-23900 - for DGM Rs.17500-22300 - for CM Post Name Chief Engineer Addl Chief Engineer No of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs.17500-22300 - for CE Rs.16000-20800 - for ACE Post Name Medical Officer No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 10750-16750 - Educational Qualification For Deputy General Manager Chief Manager MBA with specialization in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations or Post Graduate Degree Diploma in PIR HRD Labour Social Welfare. For Plant Manager Asstt. Plant Manager Degree in Chemical Engineering. For Medical Officer MBBS with minimum 3 years post qualification experience or MBBS with PG degree with minimum 01 year post qualification experience in hospital nursing home of repute Age Limit......
About Bvfcl Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited
The Namrup Fertilizer Complex, renamed as Brahmputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited after bifurcation from erstwhile Hindustan Fertilizer Corporation Limited w.e.f. 1st April 2002 located on the bank of the river Dilli in the south-western border of Dibrugarh District in Assam is the first factory of its kind in India to use associated natural gas as basic raw material for producing nitrogenous fertilizer .
Till the beginning of sixties, Namrup a sleepy village ,was little known to the rest of the country. Discovery of oil and natural gas in Naharkatiya region promoted a serious thinking on proper utilization of gas which had to be otherwise to be flared up.
Consequent upon the recommendation of M/S. Snodgrass Associates of USA suggesting utilization of this hidden treasure to produce a large number of utilities including chemical fertilizers and electricity, the then Ministry of Mines and Fuel appointed a Committee headed by Shri S S Khera, ICS and based on its broad recommendation in respect of possible use of natural gas, a Technical Committee under the Chairmanship of Dr. G P Kane further studied the possibilities of setting up a fertilizer plant in Assam while the Central Water and Power Commission was entrusted to explore the scope of setting up a power project based on this resource .
The Kane Committee, after making detailed techno-economic study, recommended a fertilizer factory to be located at Namrup .Needless to say that ,Central Water and Power Commission too recommended favourably resulting in the setting-up of Thermal Power Plant within the striking distance from the fertilizer factory at Namrup.