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Latest Jobs in SAIL Bhilai Steel Plant, Chhattisgarh

Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), Bhilai Steel Plant, Chhattisgarh invites applications for vacancies for non-executive posts. Candidates who are eligible may submit applications in prescribed application format to address given below of the post:
1. Operator-cum-Technician  Trainee 
Total Post: 105 Posts 
Pay Scale : Rs. 9160 – 3% – 13150
Age : 18-28 years. Relaxation as per rules.
Qualification : Diploma in Engineering.
2. Attendant-cum-Technician Trainee 
Total Post: 83 Posts  in various disciplines
Pay Scale : Rs. 8630 – 3% – 12080
Age : 18-28 years. Relaxation as per rules.
Qualification : Diploma in Engineering.
Application Fee :  Rs. 250/- (Rs. 50/- for SC/ST candidates) Demand Draft in favour of Steel Authority of India Ltd., Bhilai Steel Plant Payable at Bhilai.
How to Apply : Applications typed on plain paper in prescribed format should reach The Advertiser, Post  Bag No. 16, Post Office, Sector-1, Bhilai, District Durg, Chhattisgarh – 490001 by ordinary post only.
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Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh on 10 days US visit

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh is on America tour from today for a 10 days trip to US from October 09 to 19th October. He will have discussions with business groups in the US and invite them to invest in Chhattisgarh.
He is visiting USA on invitations of California Senet. Singh will travel today with Sect. persons like  Shivraj singh, aman singh, dinesh shrivastva and Vikram sisodia.  The state is rich in minerals, iron, coal, bauxite, diamond and gold providing ample opportunity to industrialists to invest.Raman Singh to visit US to invite investors. 
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Chhattisgarh CM, Governor condemn naxal attack on SSB Jawans

Chhattisgarh Governor Shekhar Dutt and Chief Minister Raman Singh today condemned yesterday's naxal attack in Dantewada district. Three jawans of the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) were killed and another was injured as the mini-truck carrying them was blown up in a landmine explosion in Bastanar area yesterday. Governor Dutt said in a message today that the incident showed that naxals were frustrated. Such acts undermined the development of the region, he said, paying homage to the dead SSB jawans. Chief Minister Raman Singh called the attack "cowardly" and "disgraceful". Expressing grief over the deaths, he said jawans' "martyrdom" would not go to waste, and the state would be soon ridden of naxalism.
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