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Acting on a complaint by technicians in Chhattisgarh that posts reserved for them in a privately owned aluminium major had allegedly been given to non-technicians, the state government has asked the company to stop the open recruitment process.
Chief Minister Raman Singh said the management of the Sterlite group-controlled Bharat Aluminium Limited Co (BALCO) in Korba district had been asked to "stick to basic rules".
The government issued the directive to BALCO, in which the central government owns 49 percent stake, after a delegation of ITI (industrial training institute)
Apprentices Association led by Sushil Kumar Nirmalkar called on Singh and sought the state government's intervention.
"It's serious that the BALCO management is ignoring trained ITI apprentices of
Chhattisgarh in open recruitment drives and giving weightage to non-technicians. We have asked them to stick to basic rules," Singh told reporters here.
The Korba district collector has been asked to monitor BALCO's recruitment process and ensure the government's directives are implemented, he said.
BALCO is currently expanding its smelter units and setting up a 500-MW power project with an investment of Rs.45 billion ($1 billion) with the help of Chinese technology. The expansion is expected to increase the production capacity to 350,000 tonnes per annum from the existing 100,000 tonnes per annum.
After the Birla group's Hindalco and the government-owned NALCO, BALCO is the third largest aluminium producer in the country. The metal and mining giant Sterlite group purchased 51 percent of BALCO's shares in 2001.
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