Vacancy for Managing Director at BCPL - Government of India
Bengal Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Works Ltd. was established on April 12, 1901, with an objective of making available quality medicines at affordable prices, by eminent scientist & entrepreneur Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray which is the first Chemical & Pharmaceutical Company in India. From humble beginning with one factory at Maniktala (Kolkata) in 1905, three more factories were established - one at Panihati (North 24 Parganas, West Bengal) in 1920, one in Mumbai in 1938 and one in Kanpur in 1949 with its Registered Office at 6, Ganesh Chunder Avenue, Kolkata. Bengal Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Works Ltd. was taken over by the Government of India in 1977 and incorporated in 27th March 1981 by the name '' Bengal Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd.'' as a Union Government Company. It is a Schedule ''C'' CPSE with the Administrative jurisdiction of Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers with 100% shareholding by the Government of India. The Company is engaged in production of Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals & Home Products. The company employed 206 regular employees (Executives- 53, Nonexecutives-153) as on 31.12.2018.
Post : Managing Director
Job Description And Responsibilities
The Managing Director is the Chief of the Organization and accountable to its Board of Directors and Government / Shareholders. He is responsible for the efficient functioning of the Organization for achieving its corporate objectives and performance parameters.
The applicant should be a graduate with good academic record from a recognized University/Institution.
Applicants holding Technical/MBA/PGDM qualification will have added advantage.
The applicant should possess adequate experience at a senior level of management in an organization of repute.
Experience in Finance/Marketing/Production will have added advantage.
Experience in the field of Pharmaceutical Industry is desirable.
Age : On the date of occurrence of vacancy (DOV)
Age of superannuation 60 years
Minimum 40 years & Maximum 2 years of residual service as on the date of vacancy w.r.t. the date of superannuation.
Minimum 40 years & Maximum 3 years of residual service as on the date of vacancy w.r.t. the date of superannuation
Pay Scale/ Rank/ Level:
The minimum length of service required in the eligible scale/rank/level will be one year for internal candidates, and two years for others as on the date of vacancy.
(a) Applicants from CPSEs should be working in the following or a higher pay scale:
Eligible Scale of Pay
(i) Rs. 6250-7475 (IDA) Pre 01/01/1992
(ii) Rs. 8520-10050 (IDA) Post 01/01/1992
(iii) Rs. 18500-23900 (IDA) Post 01/01/1997
(iv) Rs. 43200-66000 (IDA) Post 01/01/2007
(v) Rs. 100000-260000 (IDA) Post 01.01.2017
(vi) Rs. 14300-18300 (CDA) Pre-revised
(vii) Rs. 37400-67000 + GP 8700 (CDA)
(viii) Rs. 118500-214100 (Level 13 CDA )
(b) (i) Applicants from Central Govt. / All India Services should be holding a post of the level of Director in Govt. of India or carrying equivalent scale of pay.
(ii) Applicants from the Armed forces of the Union should be holding a post of the level of Brigadier in the Army or equivalent rank in Navy/Air Force.
(c) Applicants from State Public Sector Enterprises/ Private Sector should be working at Board level position.
Condition of Immediate Absorption for Central Government Officers
Central Government Officers, including those of the Armed Forces of the Union and the All India Services, will be eligible for consideration on deputation basis.
Duration of Appointment
The appointment shall be for a period of five years from the date of joining or upto the date of superannaution or until further orders, whichever is earlier.
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