JOB OFFER FROM SUZUKI MARUTI COMPANY INDIA

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JOB OFFER FROM SUZUKI MARUTI COMPANY INDIA

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MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD (MSIL)
Head Office Maruti Suzuki

India Limited Nelson Mandela Road,
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070.
For more Information Contact
Mr Chou Lee:+918447363588

MARUTI SUZUKI DIRECT RECRUITMENTS OFFER.

Your Resume has been selected from TIMESJOB.COM for our new plant. The
Company selected 660 candidates list , It is our pleasure to inform you that your Resume was selected as one of the 660 candidates shortlisted for the interview. The Company SUZUKI is the best Manufacturing Car Company in India, The Company is recruiting candidates for our new Plants in Delhi, Bangalore, Pune and mumbai.
Your interview will be held at The Company Corporate office
in New Delhi on 13th and 14th Of Jan 2012 at 11.30 AM, The 660 candidates selected and 600 candidates will be giving appointment,

Meaning that your Application can progress to the final stage. You have to
come to The Company corporate office in New Delhi.
Your offer letter with Air Ticket will be sent to you by courier before date of interview.
The Company can offer you a salary with benefits for this post 25, 000/- to
200, 000/- P.M. + (HRA + D.A + Conveyance and other Company benefits. The
designation and Job Location will be fixing by Company HRD. At time of
final process. You have to come with photo-copies of all required

JOB PROFILE AND DUTIES RESPONSIBILITIES OF
VARIOUS POSTS IN THE MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD
(MSIL)
1. DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES
2. ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES (ADMN.)
3. INDUSTRIAL ADVISOR
4. SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER(INDUSTRIAL)
5 JOINT DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES /PROJECT
COORDINATER(I)
6 JOINT DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES /PROJECT
COORDINATER(II)
7 DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES (DIC)
8. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES (HANDLOOM)
9. GENERAL MANAGER, DISTRICT INDUSTRIES CENTRES
10. MANAGER (DIC)
11. INDUSTRIAL PROMOTION OFFICER
12. ECONOMIC INVESTIGATOR
13. EXTENSION OFFICER (INDUSTRIES)
STORE PURCHASE ORGANISATION
14. ADDITIONAL CONTROLLER OF STORES
15. SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER (MECHANICAL)
16. SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER(CHEMICAL)
17. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES(STORE PURCHASE)
18 SUPERINTENDENT GRADE-I
19. STORE INSPECTION OFFICER(TEXTILE)
20. STORE INSPECTION OFFICER(ELECTRICAL)
21. SECTION OFFICER(AUDIT)
NUCLEOUS CELL
22. RESEARCH OFFICER
23. INVESTIGATORS
LOAN RECOVERY CELL
24. TEHSILDAR(RECOVERY)
LAND ACQUISITION CELL
25. NIAB TEHSILDAR
26. KANOONGO
27. PATWARI
SERICULTURE WING
28. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTURIES (SERICULTURE)
29. SILK SEED PRODUCTION OFFICER
30. SERICULTURE OFFICER
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31. DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (SERICULTURE)
32. TECHNICAL OFFICER(TASSAR)
33. DEMONSTRATOR
34. MULBERRY SUPERINTENDENT
35. RESEARSH ASSISTANT
36. TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR
37. SENIOR SERICULTURE INSPECTOR
38. EXTENSION OFFICER (TASSAR)
39. REELING DEMONSTARTOR
40. SERICULTURE INSPECTOR/FARM ASSISTANT/MOTH
TESTER/GRAINAGE SUPERVISOR
41. TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (TASSAR)
42. SERICULTURE OPERATOR (TASSAR)
43. MULBERRY SUB-INSPECTOR/SEED EXAMINER/FIELD
MAN/BUDDER
44. BELDAR/MALI
45. REARING ASSISTANT(TASSAR)
46. MANUAL ASSISTANT-CUM-CHOWKIDAR
GEOLOGICAL WING
47. STATE GEOLOGIST
48. GEOLOGISTS
49. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS
50. CHEMISTS
51. DRILLER
52. ASSISTANT CHEMIST
53. MINING OFFICER
54. SECTION OFFICER (AUDIT)
55. SENIOR DRAUGHTSMAN
56. SENIOR SURVEYOR
57. TECHNOMATRIST
58. TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (GEOLOGY)
59. TECHNICAL ASSISTANT(CHEMESTRY)
60. HEAD DRAUGHTSMAN
61. DRAUGHTSMAN
62. SURVEYOR
63. ASSISTANT DRILLER
64. DRILLING ASSISTANT
65. RIGMAN
66. MINING INSPECTOR
67. ASSISTANT MINING INSPECTOR
68. LABORATORY ASSISTANT
69. LABORATORY ASSISTANT (PATROLOGY)
70. FOREMAN (DRILLING)
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71. MECHANIC GRADE-I
72. MECHANIC
73. FERRO-PRINTER
74. SECTION CUTTER
75. MINING GUARD
76. TECHNICAL BEARER
77. LABORATORY ATTENDENT
78. FIELD ATTENDENT
ACCOUNTS WING
79. ASSISTANT CONTROLLER(F&A)
LEGAL CELL
80. LAW OFFICER
MINISTRIAL STAFF
81. PERSONAL STAFF
82. SUPERINTEDENT GRADE-I
83. SUPERINTEDENT GRADE-II
84. SENIOR ASSISTANTS
85. COMPUTER OPERATOR
86. JUNIOR ASSISTANT/CLERKS
87. DRIVERS
CLASS-IV STAFF
88. GESTATNER OPERATOR
89. PHOTOSTAT MACHINE OPERATOR
90. JAMADAR
91. DAFTARI
92. PEON
93. PROCESS SERVER
94. KHALASI
95. MAIL-CUM-CHOWKIDAR/PEON-CUM-CHOWKIDAR/
CHOWKIDAR
96. SWEEPER/ SWEEPER-CUM-CHOWKIDA
97. UNSKILLED WORKER
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INDUSTRIAL WING
1. DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES
i) Director of Industries is the head of department and responsible for the
efficient working of the Department. He exercises all administrative and
financial powers as adjoined upon the heads of the department in the
Himachal Pradesh.
ii) He is also acting as Controller of Stores, Himachal Pradesh.
iii) All the consolidated budget and appropriation proposals of the
department are submitted by him to the Government.
iv) He exercises all the powers delegated to him by the Government from
time to time and is directly answerable to the Government.
2. ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES (ADMN.)
Additional Director of Industries is looking after the following work in the
department of Industries:-
(i) Establishment of Gazetted/Non-Gazetted officers cases.
(ii) Inspection and general supervision of Head Quarters Branches &
District Industries Centre
(iii) Planning.
(iv) Follow up of Inspections reports of DIC’s.
(v) All matters relating to Budget, reconciliation, accounts, stores,
record, Diary and Dispatch.
(vi) Maintenance of Directorate Building.
(vii) Monitoring of Court Cases on monthly basis.
(viii) Controlling Officer for Vehicles.
(ix) All residual matter not assigned to any other officer.
(x) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
3. INDUSTRIAL ADVISOR
Industrial Advisor is performing the following duties in the Department of
Industries:-
i) Industrial Policy.
ii) SSI Registration and policy related issues.
iii) Industrial Sickness.
iv) Nodal officer for I.T. matters.
v) All matters concerning different Industrial Associations and coordination
with these Associations in the State of H.P.
vi) All matters relating to Food Processing and coordination with the Govt. of India projects.
vi) Governor’s address and Finance Minister’s and other Ministers
speeches.
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vii) Matters related to Baddi -Brotiwala- Nalagarh Development Aagency.
viii) Employment Policy and Planning.
ix) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
4. SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER(INDUSTRIAL)
(i) Senior Technical Officer(Industrial) assists the Director of Industries in
implementation of Developmental Schemes.
(ii) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
5. Joint Director of Industries/Project Coordinator (I):
Joint Director of Industries/Project Coordinator (I) has been assigned the following work of the Department:-
(i) Eligibility Certificates and other certificates including incentive eligibility.
(ii) Registration and approval of Medium and Large Scale projects.
(iii) Essentiality Certificate for the purchase of private land.
(iv) Store Purchase with respect to Electrical, Chemical & miscellaneous items.
(v) Matters related to Establishment of Cement Plants.
(vi) Administration of incentives and subsidies .
(vii) Implementation of provisions of Indian Boiler Act, 1923, as Deputy
Chief Inspector of Boilers for the State of H.P.
(viii) Implementation of Household electrical appliances quality
control order, 1981.
(ix) Executive Director, HPCED.
(x) Capacity assessment.
(xi) VIP references on employment generation.
(xii) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
6. Joint Director of Industries/Project Coordinator (II):
Joint Director of Industries/Project Coordinator (II) is looking after the
following work of the Department:-
(i) Entrepreneur Development Programme/Industrial Awareness
Programme.
(ii) Training/ IECs and Employment.
(iii) Nahan Foundry.
(iv) Ex-Servicemen Corporation, H.P. Women Welfare Corporation, H.P.
Backward Classes & Financial Corporation.
(v) GIC, HPSIDC, HPSEB, HP Housing Board.
(vi) H.P. Pollution Control Board and other Corporations.
(vii) NRTC (Common Testing Centre).
(viii) Central Tool Room /Mini Tool Room.
(ix) Setting up of SEZ.
(x) All Industrial Developmental Schemes of the Govt. of India, its
supervision control, Evaluation & Monitoring such as IID’s/Growth
Centre/EPIP/ ASIDE/Industrial Estates & Other Schemes of
Infrastructural Development of Govt. of India.
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(xi) Banks & Financial Institutions.
(xii) Dev. of Industrial Areas/Estates.
(xiii) Organization of Job and job career fairs.
(xiv) Any other matters as entrusted by the undersigned from time to time.
(xv) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
7. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES (DIC)
Deputy Director of Industries (DIC) has been assigned the following
work:-
i) Maintenance of District Industries Centers including District Industries
Center Buildings.
ii) Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme/ PMEGP/ Rajiv
Gandhi Udyami Mitar Yojana.
iii) Monthly report/ Quarterly Progress reports to be sent to Director
(PMRY), New Delhi.
(v) Rural Artisan Programme/Rural Industries Programme Progress Report.
(vi) Industrial / Rural Development Progress Report.
(vii) Annual Administrative Report, Rural Planning Committee Estimate
Committee, 20 Point and Governor Secretariat Report.
(viii) Monitoring of employment, creation of Data Cell and information with
respect to employment generation.
(ix) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
(x) All type of allotment/cancellation of Plots/ sheds/shops.
(xi) Transfer of lease hold rights.
(xii) Rent permission.
(xiii) Determination of premium of plots/sheds.
(xiv) Damage caused by floods.
8. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES (HANDLOOM)
Deputy Director of Industries (Handloom) has been assigned the
following work of the Department:-
(i) Handloom Handicrafts, Khadi Programme and Institutions related with Programme.
(ii) Matter relating with Handicraft and Handloom Corporation and all India
Institutions of Handicrafts and Handloom.
(iii) Matter relating with H.P. State Khadi & Village Industries Board and all India Khadi Commission.
(iv) Implementation & monitoring of centrally sponsored Schemes relating
to Handicrafts and Handloom sector.
(v) Administration of Central/ State Awards pertaining to Handlooms and
Handicrafts) and National awards to Small Scale entrepreneurs.
(vi) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
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9. GENERAL MANAGER, DISTRICT INDUSTRIES CENTRES
(i) General Manager, District Industries Centre is the Head of office in
District Industries Centre and responsible for the efficient working of the
office. He exercises all administrative and financial powers as adjoined
upon the heads of the offices by the Head of Department.
(ii) All the consolidated budget and appropriation proposals of the office are
submitted by him to the Directorate.
(iii) He exercises all the powers delegated to him by the Head of Department
from time to time and is answerable to the Head of the Department.
(iv) He ensures implementation of the centrally and State sponsored
schemes.
(iv) He is appointed as Public Information Officer to provide information
under Right to Information Act, 2005 in the concerned District Industries Center.
10. MANAGER (DIC)
(i) There are 2-4 posts of Managers sanctioned in each District Industries
Centre. These posts are functional and assist the General Manager,
District Industries Centre in implementation of various Development
Schemes of the Department. Manager (DIC) also performs the
following duties:-
(a) Registration of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises.
(b) Issuance of RM-I and RM-II Forms.
(c) Delegated with Administrative, Drawing and Disbursement powers.
(d) Implementation of all the Central and State sponsored schemes.
(e) The implementation of Handloom Schemes.
(f) Manager (DIC) also acts as the Member Secretary of Single Window
Clearance Agency.
(g) Any other matters as entrusted by the General Manager from time to
time
11. INDUSTRIAL PROMOTION OFFICER.
(i) Industrial Promotion Officers assist the Manager (DIC) in implementing
all the Schemes sponsored by the Central and State Government from time to time.
12. ECONOMIC INVESTIGATOR.
(i) Economic Investigators maintain Statistical Information in respect of the
Department and submit all type of Development Progress Report to the Directorate through concerned General Manager.
13. EXTENSION OFFICER (INDUSTRIES)
Extension Officer (Industries) is performing the following duties in the
department of Industries:-
(i) Providing technical guidance to industrialists/ rural entrepreneurs.
(ii) To study and assess the industrial potential with respect to raw material,
spares, manpower, consumption pattern, potential and projected
demand, market and skill available.
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(iii) To organise industrial co-operatives amongst the rural artisans and
render help in preparation of loan cases and further scrutiny to have
loan/credit facility from Banks to the industrial units.
(iv) To prepare loan cases of the individual enterprises and industrial cooperatives
and assist them in getting loans from Banks/Financial
Institutions.
(v) To prepare cases of hire purchase of machinery under scheme of
National Small Industries Corporation.
(vi) To identify languishing rural crafts and arrange for the training of rural
artisans in such crafts.
(vii) To maintain records of all types of industrial units.
(viii) All duties of an organisor and extension worker for development of industries.
(ix) Approval of Schemes of projects up to 2 lakhs and provisional
registration of such projects.
(x) Recovery of industrial and margin money loan.
(xi) To prepare cases of Tiny/SSI units for incentives.
(xii) To collect applications of educated unemployed for loans under PMRY
help the youth in getting loan and physically verify the units so
established.
(xiii) To assist the bankers in loan recovery.
(xiv) To prepare the cases of industrial units for permanent registration.
(xv) Any other work, which may be assigned by the General Manager, DIC
as well as the Block Development Officer of the Block concerned under whose control he is posted.
STORE PURCHASE ORGANISATION
14. ADDITIONAL CONTROLLER OF STORES
(i) Store Purchase Organisation & other works relating with Store Purchase
Organisation.
(ii) Entire Coordination of Directorate of Industries in important matters
assigned to him from time to time.
(iii) Surprise inspection of the Head Quarter branches, DICs etc.
(iv) Disposal of routine cases, meetings and general control of Directorate in
the absence of Director of Industries.
(v) Land acquisition Matters.
(vi) Collector Recoveries.
(vii) Ex-officio Vigilance Officer.
(viii) Registrar of Firms under Partnership Act 1932.
(ix) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
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15. SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER (MECHANICAL)
(i) Senior Technical Officer(Mechanical) assists the Additional Controller of
Stores in Store Purchase Organisation in respect of Mechanical codes.
(ii) He is a member of the committee constituted for finalization of Tenders
of Store Purchase Items related to Mechanical codes.
(iii) He is also a member of condonation Board in respect of Store Articles.
(iv) He does Technical scrutiny of samples of Mechanical code items.
16. SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER(CHEMICAL)
(i) Senior Technical Officer(Chemical) assists the Addl. Controller of Store
in Purchase Organisation & other works relating with Store Purchase
Organisation of Chemical codes.
(ii) He is a member of the committee constituted for finalization of Tenders
of Store Purchase Items related to Chemical codes.
(iii) He does Technical scrutiny of samples of Mechanical code items.
18. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRIES(STORE PURCHASE)
(i) Store Purchase Organization (Mechanical Items)
(ii) Store purchase with respect to Electrical, chemical, Textile &
miscellaneous items
(iii) Fairs and Exhibitions including IITF.
(iv) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to
time.
(v) He is also a Public Information Officer at Directorate Level.
19 SUPERINTENDENT GRADE-I
(i) He is looking after the supervisory work of Store Purchase Section.
20. STORE INSPECTION OFFICER(TEXTILE)
(i) Store Inspection Officer(Textile) assists Additional Controller of Stores in
Store Purchase Organization in respect of Textile Code
(ii) All matters pertaining to Handloom and Handicraft, Khadi Board and
other correspondence of Handloom
(iii) Section through through Industrial Advisor.
(iv) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
21. STORE INSPECTION OFFICER(ELECTRICAL)
(i) Store Inspection Officer(Electrical) looks after the work of store
purchase with Electrical Code in Store Purchase Organization.
(ii) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
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22. SECTION OFFICER(AUDIT)
(i) The Duties of Section Officer (Audit) is to scrutinize the financial matters
of the Store Purchase Organization and also to do Audit of the
Organization.
NUCLEOUS CELL
23. RESEARCH OFFICER
(i) Research Officer maintain Statistical Information in respect of the
Department at Directorate level and submit all type of Development
Progress Report to the Government through Director of Industries.
(ii) He also carries out the census of Industrial Units.
24. INVESTIGATORS
(i) Investigators assist the Research Officer in maintaining Statistical
Information in respect of the Department.
LOAN RECOVERY CELL
25. TEHSILDAR(RECOVERY)
(i) Loan Recovery and to assist the Additional Director of Industries in
exercising powers of Collector.
(ii) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
LAND ACQUISITION CELL
26. NAIB TEHSILDAR
i) All Revenue related matters and Acquisition matters through Addl.
Director of Industries.
ii) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
27. KANOONGO
(i) Kanoongo assists Naib Tehsildar in Revenue and Acquisition matters.
28. PATWARI
(i) Patwari maintains the record of Revenue and Acquisition matters.
SERICULTURE WING
29. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INDUSTURIES (SERICULTURE)
(i) Deputy Director of Industries (Sericulture) is performing the duties of
Head of Sericulture Wing of the Department.
(ii) Supervision and Control over all sericulture divisions of the Department.
30. SILK SEED PRODUCTION OFFICER
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(i) Performing the duties of the Head of Office of Sericulture Division.
(ii) Production, procurement and distributation of Silkworm seeds and
Supervision and control over Sericulture activities in the Division.
31. SERICULTURE OFFICER
(i) Performing the duties of Head of Office of Sericulture Division.
(ii) Supervision and control of Sericulture activities in the Division.
32. DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (SERICULTURE)
(i) Supervision and control of Sericulture activities over Government
Sericulture Centres in the division and allotted area.
33. TECHNICAL OFFICER(TASSAR)
(i) To assist and coordinate with the divisional Sericulture Officers for
supervision and Control of Tassar Sericulture activities.
34. DEMONSTRATOR
(i) To assist and coordinate with divisional Sericulture Officer for
Sericulture Development activities.
35. MULBERRY SUPERINTENDENT
(i) To assist Divisional Sericulture Officer for Sericulture Development
including management of Mulberry Plantation.
36. RESEARSH ASSISTANT
(i) To assist and coordinate with Divisional Sericulture Officer.
37. TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR
(i) To assist and coordinate with the Divisional Officer.
38. SENIOR SERICULTURE INSPECTOR
(i) To assist and coordinate with the Divisional Officer.
39. EXTENSION OFFICER (TASSAR)
(i) To carry out and supervise Tassar Silk Development activities in the field
area allotted.
40. REELING DEMONSTARTOR
(i) Supervise and Control of host-cocoon related activities namely Silk
reeling, Silk Wearing and training on these activities.
41. SERICULTURE INSPECTOR/FARM ASSISTANT/MOTH TESTER/
GRAINAGE SUPERVISOR
(i) To carry out and supervise all the Sericulture activities over allotted field areas.
42. TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (TASSAR)
(i) To carry out and supervise all Tassar-Sericulture activities in the field
area allotted.
43. SERICULTURE OPERATOR (TASSAR)
(i) To carry out and supervise all Tassar-Sericulture activities in the field
area allotted
44. MULBERRY SUB-INSPECTOR/SEED EXAMINER/FIELD
MAN/BUDDER
(i) To assist in carrying out Sericulture activities in the allotted field area.
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45. BELDAR/MALI
(i) All manual work related to Sericulture and allied activities as assigned to
him.
46. REARING ASSISTANT(TASSAR)
(i) All manual work related to Sericulture and allied activities that is
assigned to him from time to time.
47. MANUAL ASSISTANT-CUM-CHOWKIDAR
(i) All manual work related to Sericulture and allied activities including
performing duty of Chowkidar.
GEOLOGICAL WING
48. STATE GEOLOGIST
(i) Overall administrative control of Geological Wing, Establishment and Mining activities in the State.
49. GEOLOGISTS
(i) Function of Geologists are to regulate Mining Activities and investigation of Minerals.
50. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS
(i) Function of Assistant geologist is to regulate Mining Activities and
investigation of Minerals.
51. CHEMIST
(i) Chemist analysis minerals/samples received from Head Quarters and
Fields.
(i) Function of Driller is to execute exploration of minerals by way of Drilling.
52. ASSISTANT CHEMIST
(i) Assistant Chemist assists the Chemist to analysis minerals/samples received from Head Quarters and Fields.
53. MINING OFFICER
(i) Mining Officer Regulates Mining Activities within their Jurisdictions and
control over the Mining Staff in the District.
(ii) He also performs the duty of Drawing and Disbursing Officer in District.
54. SECTION OFFICER (AUDIT)
(i) The Duties of Section Officer (Audit) is to scrutinize the financial matters
of the Geological Wing and also to do Audit in Field Offices.
55. SENIOR DRAUGHTSMAN
(i) Senior Draugtsman prepares the Geological and Survey Maps.
56. SENIOR SURVEYOR
(i) Senior Surveyor assists Techomatrist to control large area for survey and guide for detail mapping
57. TECHOMATRIST
(i) Techomatrist controls large area for survey and guide for detail mapping.
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58. TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (GEOLOGY)
(i) Technical Assistant(Geology) collects the sample of Minerals from the different areas of State and Assist Geologist and Assistant Geologist.
59. TECHNICAL ASSISTANT(CHEMISTRY)
(i) Technical Assistant(Chemistry) analysis minerals/samples received from Head Quarter and field.
60. HEAD DRAUGHTSMAN
(i) Head Draugtsman assists Senior Draughtsman to prepare the
Geological and Survey Maps.
61. DRAUGHTSMAN
(i) Draughtsman assists Head Draugtsman and Senior Draughtsman to
prepare the Geological and Survey Maps.
62. SURVEYOR
(i) Surveyor assists Assistant Geologist in preparing Geological Maps and Survey maps.
63. ASSISTANT DRILLER
(i) Assistant Driller operates Drilling Rig for Mineral exploration.
64. DRILLING ASSISTANT
(i) Drilling Assistant assists Assistant Driller in operating Drilling Rig for Mineral exploration.
65. RIGMAN
(i) Rigman operates Drilling Rig for Mineral exploration.
66. MINING INSPECTOR
(i) Mining Inspector regulates Mining activities in their respect jurisdiction and to file court cases.
67. ASSISTANT MINING INSPECTOR
(i) Assistant Mining Inspector assists Mining Inspector in Mining activities in their respective jurisdiction and to file court cases.
68. LABORATORY ASSISTANT(CHEMISTRY)
(i) Laboratory Assistant(Chemistry) assists Chemist to analysis the
samples.
69. LABORATORY ASSISTANT (PETROLOGY)
(i) Laboratory Assistant(Petrology) prepares section to Mineral samples.
70. FOREMAN (DRILLING)
(i) Foreman(Drilling) Repair/Maintenance of Drilling equipments.
71. MECHANIC GRADE-I
(i) Repairing/Maintenance of Drilling equipments.
72. MECHANIC
(i) He assists the Mechanic Grade-I in Repairing/Maintenance of Drilling equipments
73. FERRO-PRINTER
(i) Ferro-printer has duty to prepare the blue prints in the Drawing Branch.
74. SECTION CUTTER
(i) Section assists to Laboratory Assistant(Petrology).
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75. MINING GUARD
(i) Mining Guard keep a check on the illegal extraction/transportation of the Minerals.
76. TECHNICAL BEARER
(i) Technical Bearer assists Geologist and Assistant Geologist while in field to collect field samples.
77. LABORATORY ATTENDANT
(i) Laboratory Attendant helps Assistant Chemist in preparing and
analyzing Chemical Samples.
78. FIELD ATTENDANT
(i) Field Attendant assists Geologist and Assistant Geologist while in field to collect samples.
ACCOUNTS WING
79. ASSISTANT CONTROLLER(F&A)
i) Drawing and Disbursing Officer.
ii) Draft replies to PAC/CAG reports.
iii) Coordination of all correspondence with the Accountant General,
Himachal Pradesh relating to Audit & Inspection Reports/Integrated
Audit/Draft paras etc.
iv) Internal Audit of Field Officers and Assistance in office inspection.
v) Any other matters as entrusted by the Higher Authorities from time to time.
LEGAL WING
80. LAW OFFICER
The Law Officer performs the following duties in Directorate of
Industries:-
(i) Maintenance of record of Court Cases of Department and their follow up
(ii) To pursue the Court Cases of Hon’ble H.P. High Court, H.P
Administrative Tribunal and subordinate Courts for preparing, vetting and
filing replies thereof and assisting Advocate General, Dy. Advocate
General etc. during the hearing of cases.
(iii) Preparation of status of Court matters for quarterly review.
(iv) Any other matters as entrusted by the Head of Department from time to time.
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MINISTRIAL WING
81. PERSONAL STAFF
Personal Staff working in the Department of Industries have been
assigned the duties as per Office Manual of Himachal Pradesh
Government.
82. SUPERINTEDENT GRADE-I
(i) Superintendent Grade-I are the incharge of the Establishment, Budget.

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with Air tickets will be sent to your Home Address by courier after
receiving the confirmation of interview security deposited in any of the
STATE BANK OF INDIA OR ICICI BANK . This Company will pay all the
expenditure to you at the time of face-to-face meeting with you in the
Company.

The Job profile, salary offer, and date -time of interview will
be mention in your offer letter. Your offer letter will dispatch very
shortly after receiving your confirmation of cash deposited in STATE BANK
OF INDIA OR ICICI BANK. We wish you the best of luck for the subsequent
and remaining stage.
The last date of security deposited in bank is on 11th Of Jan 2012, you have to give the information after deposited the Security amount in bank to the Company HRD -direct recruitment via email.
Your Letter with supporting document will be dispatch same time by
courier to your postal address after receipt of security deposited confirmation in bank.
The interview process and arrangement expenditure
will be paid by SUZUKI COMPANY. Lodging, traveling and local conveyance
actual will be paid by SUZUKI COMPANY as per bills.
The candidate has to deposit the initial refundable security as mentioned by HRD.NB: You are
advice to reconfirm your mailing address and phone number in your reply.
And 10,800/- (ten thousand eight hundred) will be the refundable

Amount, and 300 rupees will be deducted as bank charges for funds deposit.
and if you are been selected or not, still the amount will be refunded to
you, as the amount is just to prove that you will be coming for the
interview in order for us not to run at lost after sending you the air
ticket and you don’t show up on the day of interview. Wishing you the
best of lucks.

Maruti Suzuki Chief Executive Officer Shinzo Nakanishi, right, Marketing Sales Executive Officer Mayank Pareek, left foregrou …more »

Regards,
Shinzo Nakanishi
Chief Executive Officer,
Managing Director,
MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD (MSIL)


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