Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation railway jobs 2013 for Company Secretary jobs

Recruitment in KMRCKMRCL Company Secretary Recruitment 2013 : Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (KMRCL), a Govt. of India Undertaking, set up to implement the East West Metro Corridor Project at Kolkata, invites applications from eligible Indian nationals for this metro railway recruitment, either on regular, or on deputation on contractual basis, to the post of Company Secretary, as per the following terms and conditions:,For other details Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Company Secretary Railway jobs 2013 given below.

NAME OF POST:Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Ltd Company Secretary vacancy details
NUMBER OF VACANCY : not mentioned
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates applying for vacancy in KMRCL should have minimum post-qualification experience in the relevant fields required is 10 years in the organizations of repute.
Experience : Experience of working in Central/ State Government companies is desirable, but not essential.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:(1) Regular – 40,(2) Deputation – 50,(3) Contractual – 63
*Pay Scale: Rs.15,600-39,100 with Grade Pay of Rs.7,600
MODE OF SELECTION :Personal Interview (P.I.) followed by pre-employment medical fitness test for the selected candidate(s), as the management decides.
Application furnishing a comprehensive bio-data including name, father’s name, date of birth, postal address, details of qualification and experience (covering organization, position held with areas of responsibility and emoluments drawn) supported by self-attested copies of documents along with two copies of recent passport size photograph and a nonrefundable bank draft of Rs.100/- (Rupees One Hundred) only in favour of “Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Limited” in a sealed envelope superscribed with “Application for appointment to the post of Company Secretary” should reach the Managing Director, Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Limited, KMRCL Bhawan, HRBC Office Complex, Munshi Premchand Sarani, Kolkata-700 021 by 01.07.2013.
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Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
KMRCL Bhawan, HRBC Office Complex,
Munshi Premchand Sarani
City Kolkata
State West Bengal
Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (KMRCL) is a special purpose vehicle of Government of West Bengal and Government of India implementing Kolkata East-West Metro rail project. The KMRCL’s Metro Project will be approximately 14.67 km long, operating on east-west corridor of Kolkata Metro Rail Project and will connect Howrah Maidan at the East and Salt Lake Sector-V at the West. The route will be approximately 5.77 km elevated and 8.9 km underground. There shall be 6 stations on via-duct and 6 stations in tunnel. The line will have interchange with existing network of Indian railways at Howrah, Sealdah and Central stations of Indian Railways Kolkata formerly known as Calcutta is a city of many hues, recognized by many as the Cultural Capital of India, known to others as the City of Palaces and to yet others as the City of Joy; it is difficult to capture its diversity as well as uniqueness within the confines of a single phrase.kolkataLocated on the eastern bank of the river Hooghly, Calcutta was established by the British in an area where the villages Kalikata, Sutanuti and Govindapur existed.These villages were part of an estate which belonged to the Mughal emperor himself and whose jagirdari was held by the Sabarna Roy Choudhury family. The rights were transferred to the East India Company in 1698 and it became the capital of British Indian in 1772.The city grew under the British and saw the emergence of a new educated urbane Babu class in the 19th century. Calcutta becomes the pioneering center of socio-cultural revolution often referred to as the Bengal Renaissance. Calcutta also became the epicenter of the Indian independence movement, especially the revolutionary stream. In 1905 Bengal was partitioned on communal grounds which resulted in widespread public agitation and the boycott of British goods (Swadeshi movement).The British moved the capital to New Delhi in 1911 in view of these developments and also the fact that Calcutta was located in the eastern fringes of India. Through Calcutta lost a part of its political significance due to this decision, it continued to remain a determinant in the political developments in the country in the run up to independence in 1947 and a torch-bearer of the early industrial progress. It continued to play a very influential role in the cultural & literacy landscape of the country.