Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited, Assam recruits Legal Officers and Chemical Engineers

[A Government of India Enterprise]
75-C Park Street, Kolkata – 700 016
Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPC), a Schedule-A Miniratna Category-I CPSE, with its Headquarters at Kolkata and 4 manufacturing units – two directly managed mills in Assam and one each in Kerala and Nagaland managed through Subsidiaries – with an annual installed capacity of 2 lakh tones of writing and printing paper and 1 lakh tonne of newsprint and a sales turnover of over Rs.662 crore with personnel strength of about 3610.


HPC needs 4 (four) Legal personnel in E-1/E-2/E-3 grade for its operating Mills in Assam & Corporate Office at Kolkata and one more personnel in E-4 grade for its Corporate office at Kolkata.
Reservation: Out of the 4 posts, 1 is reserved for Other Backward Class (OBC) and 1 for Scheduled Tribe (ST).
The candidate is expected to have sound knowledge of handling legal matters in lower courts and High Courts. He should have update knowledge of various judgments and prevailing legislations including Corporate Law matters. He will coordinate with the solicitors and counsels engaged by the Corporation and should have the abilities to make brief of the cases and also exposure in handling the above activities independently.
Qualification: The prospective incumbent should be LLM or LLB (3 yrs) or 5 years integrated Law Course with at least 50% marks. Relaxation for SC, ST & OBC is as per rules.

Compensation: The post for E-1 grade carry the pay scale of Rs. 16,400 – 3% – 40,500/- with Industrial DA and fixed component CTC would be around Rs 4.5 lakh per annum at the minimum to the scale, for E-2 grade the post carry the pay scale of Rs. 20,600 – 3% – 46,500/- with Industrial DA and fixed component CTC would be around Rs 5.5 lakh per annum at the minimum to the scale, E-3 grade carries pay scale of Rs. 24900 – 3% – 50500/- and fixed component CTC would be around Rs. 7 lakh per annum at the minimum to the scale and E-4 grade carries pay scale of Rs. 29100- 3%- 54500/- and fixed component CTC would be around Rs. 8.5 lakh per annum at the minimum to the scale.
Other Benefits: Includes Performance Related Variable Pay as per prescribed norms, Leave Travel Concession, Contributory Provident Fund, Gratuity, Medical facilities, Reimbursement of Conveyance expenses, Group Insurance, Company accommodation (subject to availability) or HRA as per Company.s Rules.
If a candidate is not found suitable for the post applied, he may be offered the next below post/pay scale depending upon his performance in interview even for the said lower post/pay scale.
HPC needs 12 personnel as Process Engineers in E-2 grade for its operating Mills in Assam in the areas of Pulp Mill, Paper Machine and Soda Recovery Plant on fixed tenure basis.
Reservation: Out of the 12 posts, 3 is reserved for Other Backward Class (OBC) and 1 for Scheduled Caste (SC).
Qualification: B.E/ B.Tech in Chemical Engineering/Pulp & Paper Technology from a recognized University/Institute.
Experience: Minimum experience of 3 years at least in supervisory capacity in the large and reputed Process/Chemical Industries preferably Paper Industry.
Upper age limit: 42 years as on 01.11.2011.
Remuneration: Consolidated monthly remuneration of Rs. 31,000/- along with other benefits such as Provident Fund, Unfurnished accommodation, Medical facilities, paid leaves and holidays, Conveyance Allowance, etc will be provided as per norms being followed for such appointees on fixed tenure basis.
Tenure: The engagement on fixed tenure basis is for a initial period of 2 (two) years which can be extended for a further period of three years. The posts are purely on fixed tenure basis and the engagement will not confer any right whatsoever of the candidate for further employment /absorption on regular basis in HPC.
1. Persons employed with Government or Semi-Government Organization/Public Sector
Undertaking should submit their application through proper channel.
2. Candidates desiring to be considered against the quota reserved for OBC should have in their
possession a latest certificate from the Tahsildar or other competent authority approved by the
Government of India certifying that they do not belong to the ¡°Creamy Layer¡± of the OBC
3. Physically challenged candidates should posses latest Medical Certificate indicating their
percentage of disability issued by an authorized Medical Board constituted by the Government of
India certifying that they do not belong to the ¡°Creamy Layer¡± of the OBC community.
4. Application with incomplete information and/or not accompanied with attested copies of
certificate/marksheets/testimonials regarding age, qualifications, disability certificate if any, and
caste/community certificates, are liable to be rejected.
Age Relaxation:
In the case of SC/ST candidates applying for reserved posts, age is relaxable by 5 years.
In case of OBC (Non Creamy Layer) candidates, age will be relaxable by 3 years.
Relaxation of age by 10 years will be applicable to persons with disabilities.
Ex-Serviceman will be given relaxation in age as per GOI guidelines.
Depending on the requirement, the Company reserves the right to cancel/restrict/curtail/enlarge the engagement process, if need so arises, without any further notice assigning any reason thereof.
All the candidates appearing in the interview will be paid to and fro 3rd AC train fare reimbursement or actuals whichever is less.
Candidates meeting the above specifications may submit their bio-data in the prescribed format along with copies of certificates of proof of age, qualifications, experience, reservation category and Demand Draft for Rs.100/- (applicable in respect of .General. category candidates of Legal discipline only) drawn in favour of HINDUSTAN PAPER CORPORATION LIMITED payable at KOLKATA, by hand or through post to the General Manager (HR&ES), Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited, 75C Park Street, Kolkata 700016 within 15 days of this advertisement. The application format can be downloaded from the website (www.hindpaper.in).
Employment Notice No 1/10/2011

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