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NALCO will recruit more than 11,000 people in the near future

Bhubaneswar:28/6/18; NALCO CMD Tapan Kumar Chand on Thursday said the company will recruit more than 11,000 people in the near future.

He said NALCO will shortlist the candidates through UPSC screening.

“As aluminium sector is expected to grow substantially, NALCO is geared up for the next wave of expansion. More than 11000 people will be recruited by NALCO in the near future and we will shortlist the candidates through UPSC screening. We will not take the written test for these candidates since they have already been screened by UPSC,” said Chand.

He was addressing at the international seminar on ‘Skilling India: Need for Redefining Commerce Education in India’ organized by Utkal University, which was attended by a large number of delegates from different parts of the country, including from abroad.

Chand said the consumption of steel and aluminium are expected to grow three-fold by 2030 and skilled manpower will be highly valued.

“The pattern of employment is undergoing a drastic change. The skill sets need to be realigned to meet the demands of the industries and cutting-edge technology will provide the competitive edge,” said the NALCO CMD.

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