Company Name : Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPC)
Name Of The Post : Executive Trainees
Requirement of Qualification:
The prospective incumbent should be ACA/AICWA/MBA (2years full time with specialization in Finance). The prospective incumbent should be a Graduate (fulltime) with two year full-time Post Graduate Degree/Diploma in Materials Management.
Age – 22 – 30 years as on 01.3.2016
Compensation: The post carry the pay scale of Rs.8600-250-14600/- (1997 Pay Structure) with Industrial DA.
How to Apply
(i) Eligible and interested candidates would be required to apply in the prescribed format which can be downloaded from HPC’s / NPPC’s website.
(ii) The filled-in application form alongwith self-attested copies of certificates in support of age, qualification, experience if any, etc. must reach the above address on or before 05.4.2016. HPC / NPPC will not be responsible for any postal delay or loss/non-delivery thereof. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained.
(i) Only Indian Nationals are eligible to apply.
(ii) The candidate should ensure that he/she fulfills the eligibility criteria and other norms mentioned in this advertisement.
(iii) All qualifications should be from an Indian Universities recognized by UGC/Institutes recognized by AICTE/ appropriate statutory authority.
(iv) Request for change of mailing address, examination centre, category, discipline as declared in the application will not be entertained.
(v) Candidates are advised to keep their E-mail ID active for atleast one year. No change in the E-mail ID will be allowed once given in the application.
Last Date : 05.4.2016.
About Us :
HPC is an extended arm of the Union Government to intensify the movement for literacy through the growth of the paper industry. Today it is one of the largest manufacturers of paper and newsprint in South East Asia. Simultaneously, HPC has been playing a dominant role in the socio-economic development of the North-East region.
The planned development of the paper industry in India began only in the post-independence period. The growth, however, slowed down in the sixties owing to the escalation of cost and the scarcity of forest-based raw materials. The stagnation led to frequent shortages of cultural varieties of paper, causing hardship to common consumers. There were also the national task of developing the industrially backward regions for balanced socio-economic growth. It was against this background that the Government of India set up the Hindustan Paper Corporation (HPC) on May 29, 1970.
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