PESB has decided to re-advertise the post
GN Bureau | June 16, 2016
Not even a single candidate turned up for the scheduled interview for the post of chairman and managing director of Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL). The public enterprises selection board (PESB), which is tasked to advise the government on appointments of top management posts in central public sector enterprises (CPSEs), has decided to re-advertise the post, according to news reports in Bureaucracy Today.
PESB had earlier advertised about the vacancy on October 23, 2015 and the candidates were asked to submit applications before December 28, 2015. The post of ECIL CMD fell vacant in October 2015 when P Sudhakar superannuated. Sudhakar had held the post from September 2013.
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