Directs coal ministry to look into reserve panel of public enterprises selection board
GN Bureau | May 7, 2016
The Centre has declined the candidature of BK Mishra as chairman and managing director (CMD) of Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL), a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL).
The appointments committee of the cabinet (ACC) on Friday declined the proposal of the ministry of coal for appointment of Mishra as CMD, BCCL. It directed the ministry to seek name from the reserve panel of public enterprises selection board, according to an order issued by the department of personnel and training.
Mishra is working as director (technical), projects and planning, at Western Coalfields, a subsidiary of CIL.
At present, N Kumar, director (technical), CIL, is holding an additional charge of the post of CMD of BCCL.
Dhanbad-based BCCL is a public sector undertaking engaged in mining of coal and allied activities.
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