Office of Coal Controller (earlier Coal Commissioner), established in 1916, is one of the oldest offices in Indian Coal sector. The main aim behind setting up this office was to have Government control to adequately meet the coal requirement during the First World War. Acute scarcity of coal necessitated promulgation of Colliery Control Order, 1944 for effective control on production, distribution and pricing of coal.
Subsequently, it was revised by a more comprehensive order in 1945. Later in 1996, distribution and pricing of coal were deregulated. Thereafter, Colliery Control Order, 2000 superseded the previous order. Finally, the Colliery Control Rules, 2004, was published by the Government of India in August 2004.
Office of Coal Controller is opening a job post of Legal Assistant.
Number of Vacancies
Officers in Central or State Govt.offices holding analogous posts.
Degree in Law with 3 years of experience in legal work.
The applications duly filled in as per Proforma at Annexure 1 (Curriculum Vitae Proforma) along with the attested copies of ACRS/APARS for the last 5 years, Vigilance Clearance Certificate and Integrity Certificate to be forwarded by the concerned Organisation/Department to Shri Sadananda Mukherjee, Dy. Asstt. Coal Controller, Office of the Coal Controller, 1, Council House Street, Kolkata-700001.
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