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MISSION OF COAL INDIA - To produce and market the planned quantity of coal and coal products efficiently and economically in an eco-friendly manner with due regard to safety, quality and conservation. VISION OF COAL INDIA - To emerge as a global player in the primary energy sector committed to provide energy security to the country by attaining environmentally & socially sustainable growth through best practices from mine to market.

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

Manpower:

Category

Manpower

Increase (+)/

Decrease (-)

31.03.2018

31.03.2017

Executive

2217

2276

-59

Supervisor

4197

4425

-228

Ministerial/Clerical

2559

2776

-217

Highly Skilled/Skilled

21090

21879

-789

Semi-Skilled/Unskilled

30978

32126

-1148

Trainee(Non-Executive)

755

547

208

Total

61796

64029

-2233

Reasons for variation in Manpower:

Particulars

Executive

Non-Executive

Total

Increase

Fresh Appointment

120

57

177

Appointment against medically unfit cases.

0

11

11

Appointment against death cases.

0

373

373

Reinstatement/Re-joined.

0

4

4

Transfer in from other companies.

82

10

92

Appointment against Land Losers

0

422

422

Appointment against Special Female VRS

0

0

0

Total Increase (A)

202

877

1079

Decrease

Retirement

147

2252

2397

Medical Unfit

0

0

0

Death

8

632

640

Resignation

13

28

41

Transfer to other companies

92

27

119

Dismissal/Termination

1

48

49

VR under GHS/EVRS

0

66

66

Special Female VRS

0

0

0

Total Decrease (B)

261

3051

3312

VARIATION (A-B)

-59

-2174

-2233

Industrial Relations :

The industrial relations in the company is by and large cordial. Workers do not support extraneous issues now a days. The statistics relating to Industrial Relation and Law & Order is given below:

Sl No

Subject

2017-18

2016-17

1

No. of strikes

0

1

2

Mandays lost (in lakh)

0

0.08

3

Production lost (in lakh tonnes)

0

0.45

Law and Order:

Subject

2017-18

2016-17

Law and order (Disturbance)

24

33

Production Lost (in Lakh Tonne)

0.02

1.58

Workers' Participation in Management:

The workers participation in management is in vogue at different levels in the company. The Joint Consultative Committees are operating at Corporate, Area and Project/Unit levels. In the JCC meeting important issues are discussed thread bear viz. production, productivity, etc. Besides other committee/boards, Bipartite Safety Board, Welfare Board, etc are also functioning in our company. Major Trade Unions participate in such committee and brings about transparency, accountability apart from reinforcing trust and goodwill between management and the employee.

Meetings

2017-18

2016-17

No. of JCC Meeting held at HQ level

04

04

No. of structured Meeting held at HQ level

26

19

Employment provided under NCWA, LLS, etc:

Employment provided under

2017-18

2016-17

NCWA

369

555

Land Losers Scheme

298

375

Direct Recruitment

177

471

Reservation for Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Class (OBC) in recruitment and promotion:

The Presidential Directives in the matter of recruitment of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Class (OBC) have been implemented in ECL. The representation of SC and ST candidates in total manpower is as under:

As on

Total Manpower

SC Candidates

ST Candidates

Number

%

Number

%

31.03.2018

61796

16987

27.48

8065

13.05

31.03.2017

64029

17775

27.76

8231

12.85

A total of 205 candidates belonging to SC community and 115 candidates belonging to ST community were promoted during 2017-18 against 308 and 144 candidates respectively during 2016-17. As on 31.03.2018, on Roll OBC community employees are 16407 against 16733 employees in 2016-17.

Disclosure under Sexual Harassment of women at Workplace (Prevention and Redressal) Act, 2013:

The Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) of ECL under section-2 (h) of Sexual Harassment of women at Workplace (Prevention and Redressal) Act, 2013 has been constituted on 23.05.2014. During the year 2017-18, there was no complaint regarding sexual harassment. One complaint received during 2016-17 was enquired into and disposed-off.

MoU Target vis-à-vis achievements up to 31st March, 2018

Sl No.

Parameters

Unit

Target for the year 2017-18

Actual Achievement

1

Online submission of ACR/APAR in respect of all executives (E0 & above) along with compliance of prescribed timelines w.r.t. writing of ACR/APAR

%age of number of executives

95%

Achieved 98.81%

Trade Unions:

The majority of our non-executive employees are members of several unions including INTUC, AITUC, HMS, BMS, UTUC, CITU, INTTUC etc. The executives are members of CMOAI. The wage revision and other conditions of service of non-executives employees are governed by the National Coal Wage Agreement (NCWA) formulated by JBCCI, certified standing orders and government directives. Wage revision of the non-executive employees through NCWA-X has been implemented. The wage revision of the executives is due from 1st January, 2017.

Training:

We aim to provide continuous training for all categories of employees throughout the year. Indian Institute of Coal Management (IICM) which was formed in 1994 by Coal India Limited (CIL) offers training programmes to executives such as Advanced Management programmes, Leadership Development programmes, General Management programmes, Young Managers programmes, Advanced Maintenance practices, Management Development programme, Training for trainers, ethical governance, Career Development for junior officers and Communication skills. In addition, our company has arranged for a significant number of executives to attend external training programmes at center of excellence like IIT, ISM and also send our employees (including Directors, senior executives and non executive employees) for a number of international training sessions outside India. Apart from IICM, at ECL, we have our four HRD training centers, fourteen area VTC which provide various training to our staffs and executives. Induction programmes are also carried out regularly for newly recruited Management Trainees.

HRD also arrange for industrial/vocational training on need basis for students of various Institutes. In 2017-18, company had imparted training to 1278 persons compared to 488 persons in 2016-17 as per new guideline. ECL also provides training to 2911 contractual workers in 2017-18. The details are given below:

Action Plan: HRD Performance Report as per Action Plan (In Company)

Year

No. of Courses

No. of participants

Target

Actual

Target

Actual

Exe.

Supv.

Worker

Total

Exe

Supv.

Worker

Total

2017-18

227

229

643

607

1538

2788

851

853

1501

3215

2016-17

143

210

712

587

1740

3039

1075

777

2010

3862

Details of various training provided during the year 2017-18 as compared to 2016-17:

Sl No

Nature of Training

2017-18

2016-17

Exe.

Supv.

Worker

Total

Exe.

Supv.

Worker

Total

1

General/In-Company Training:

1.i

3 days or more

251

667

1034

1952

968

764

2000

3732

1.ii

Less than 3 days

610

186

467

1263

107

13

10

130

2

Training External (within India):

2.i

At IICM:

2.i.a

3 days or more

343

0

0

343

480

0

0

480

2.i.b

Short course

130

0

0

130

59

0

0

59

2.ii

Out Company Training (Other than IICM):

2.ii.a

Short duration

77

18

0

95

193

11

5

209

2.ii.b

Long duration

113

03

07

123

150

4

6

160

2.ii.c

3 days or more

95

0

0

95

84

15

0

99

3

External (abroad)

02

0

0

02

12

0

0

12

TOTAL

1621

874

1508

4003

2053

807

2021

4881

4

Other Trainings and Seminars:

a.

Trainees:









4.a.i

Individual

0

0

1278

1278

0

0

438

438

4.a.ii

PDPT

0

302

0

302

0

0

197

197

4.a.iii

PGPT

0

35

0

35

0

0

0

0

4.a.iv

Apprentice(Skill dev)

0

0

68

68

0

0

0

0

4.b.

Seminar/Workshop (excluding in-company)

55

06

0

61

100

7

5

112

4.c.

Simulator training

0

0

47

47

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

1676

1217

2901

5794

2153

814

2661

5628

Details of Special Training Programmes conducted to meet the requirement of Skilled Manpower:

Sl. No.

Details of Programme

Number of Participants

1

Coaching class for Electrical supervisors

52

2

Coaching classes for Mining Sirdar

62 (10 short term & 52 long term)

3

Workshop on Slope Stability Analysis by RADAR & Safety Open Cast Mines

13

4

Program on Internal Auditing Skill for ISO Certification

32

5

Simulator training of Dumper operators at NCL

49

6

Management Trainees at IICM training (Induction & MSDP/TSDP)

183


Total

391

MoU Target vis-à-vis achievements up to 31st March, 2018

Sl No.

Parameters

Unit

Target for the year 2017-18

Actual Achievement

1

Talent Management and career progression by imparting at least one week training in centre of excellence eg. IITs, IIMs, NITs, ICAI, IICM, ASCI etc.

% of number of executives

4.5%

Achieved 9.40%


 

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