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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

As on

Increase (+)/

Decrease (-)

31.03.2019

31.03.2018

Executive

2084

2217

-133

Supervisor

4097

4197

-100

Ministerial/Clerical

2310

2559

-249

Highly Skilled/Skilled

19982

21090

-1108

Semi-Skilled/Unskilled

30141

30978

-837

Trainee(Non-Executive)

1084

755

329

Total

59698

61796

-2098

           

 

Reasons for variation in Manpower:

Particulars

Executive

Non-Executive

Total

Increase

Fresh Appointment

63

106

169

Appointment against medically unfit cases.

0

13

13

Appointment against death cases.

0

703

703

Reinstatement/Re-joined.

0

39

39

Transfer in from other companies.

59

31

90

Appointment against Land Losers

0

412

412

Appointment against Special Female VRS

0

3

3

Promotion from Non-Executive to Executive

2

0

2

Revised back from Executive to Non-Executive

0

0

0

Total Increase (A)

124

1307

1431

Decrease

Retirement

132

2456

2588

Medical Unfit

0

4

4

Death

7

558

565

Resignation

30

10

40

Transfer to other companies

69

75

144

Dismissal/Termination

19

19

38

VR under GHS/EVRS

0

148

148

Special Female VRS

0

0

0

Promotion from Non-Executive to Executive

0

2

2

Revised back from Executive to Non-Executive

0

0

0

Total Decrease  (B)

257

3272

3529

VARIATION (A-B)

-133

-1965

-2098

 

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

2018-19

2017-18

1

No. of strikes

01 (2 Days)*

0

2

Mandays lost (in lakh)

0.04

0

3

Production lost (in lakh tonnes)

0.05

0

* The two days strike was called by Central Trade Unions like HMS. AITUC and was supported by TUCC, UTUC, CMAL, CMWU (Regional Trade Unions) in ECL to protest against certain policy matters of Govt. of India like commercialisation of coal mines, proper amendments in labour laws etc. The strike was partial and had no such impact in ECL and was accordingly called off.

 

Law and Order :

Subject

2018-19

2017-18

Law and order (Disturbance)

22

24

Production Lost (in Lakh Tonne)

0.8

0.02

 

Workers’  Participation in Management:

 

The workers’ participation in management in ECL is fully operative 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, Area Safety Committee & Colliery Safety Committee, 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

2018-19

2017-18

No. of JCC Meeting held at HQ level

05

04

No. of structured Meeting held at HQ level

20

26

 

Employment provided under NCWA & LLS:

Employment provided under

2018-19

2017-18

NCWA

728

369

Land Losers Scheme

305

298

Direct Recruitment

105

177

 

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

%

31.03.2019

59698

16520

27.67

7837

13.12

31.03.2018

61796

16987

27.48

8065

13.05

Out of 1297 promotions made, 173 candidates belonging to SC community and 86 candidates belonging to ST community were promoted during 2018-19 against 205 and 115 candidates respectively during 2017-18. As on 31.03.2019, on Roll OBC community employees are 16124 against 16611 employees in 2017-18.

 

Trade Unions:

The employees of ECL are highly unionized and hardly there are employees who are not the member of any of the unions. The major unions functioning are 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.

 

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

The Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) of ECL formed as per Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 is continuing to function. During the year 2018-19, there was no complaint regarding sexual harassment was received by IC, ECL.

 

MoU Target vis-à-vis achievements of HRM Parameters up to 31st March, 2019:

Sl No.

Parameters

Unit

Target

Achievement

1.

Assessment of level in line with People Capability Maturity Model (PCMM) or equivalent in the CPSE and placing the matter before the Board for taking a decision whether to go for up-gradation in level and if yes, getting the approval for the timelines from the Board. If no, justifiable reason to be recorded in the Board Resolution (Date).

Date

within

15.12.2018

 

Achieved.

The assessment in line with PCMM was conducted by the EE Department and the recommendation was approved by the ECL Board on 07.12.2018.

2.

HR Audit and decision of the Board on recommendations of the Audit (Date).

Date

within

15.12.2018

 

Achieved..

HR Audit was conducted by the EE Department and recommendations were approved by ECL Board on 07.12.2018.

3

Online Human Resource Management System (HRMS) Implementation and Integration with Finance Division (consisting of online data administration, employee self-service, exit procedure, talent management, etc)

Date

within

15.12.2018

 

Achieved.

Online HRMS was developed by CIL and communicated to ECL on 13.12.2018. Accordingly it was implemented in ECL.

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 and Coaching, 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 and sent 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 2018-19, company had imparted training to 1525 persons compared to 1278 persons in 2017-18 as per new guideline. ECL also provides training to 2177 contractual workers in 2018-19. 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

2018-19

229

249

645

579

1550

2774

620

932

2407

3959

2017-18

227

229

643

607

1538

2788

851

853

1501

3205

 

Details of various training provided during the year 2018-19 as compared to 2017-18:

Sl No

Nature of Training

2018-19

2017-18

Exe.

Supv.

Worker

Total

Exe.

Supv.

Worker

Total

1

General/In-Company Training:

1.i

3 days or more

322

765

2014

3101

251

667

1034

1952

1.ii

Less than 3 days

298

167

393

858

610

186

467

1263

2

Training External (within India):

2.i

At IICM:

2.i.a

3 days or more

479

0

0

479

352

0

0

352

2.i.b

Short course

46

0

0

46

130

0

0

130

2.ii

Out Company Training (Other than IICM):

2.ii.a

Short duration

78

04

0

82

77

18

0

95

2.ii.b

Long duration

191

14

0

205

113

03

07

123

2.ii.c

3 days or more

24

0

0

24

95

0

0

95

3

External (abroad)

04

0

0

04

12

0

0

12

TOTAL

1442

950

2407

4799

1640

874

1508

4022

4

Other Trainings and Seminars:

a.

Trainees:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.a.i

Vocational

0

0

1525

1525

0

0

1278

1278

4.a.ii

PDPT

0

428

0

428

0

0

302

302

4.a.iii

PGPT

136

0

0

136

0

35

35

35

4.a.iv

Apprentice(Skill dev)

0

0

277

277

0

0

68

68

4.b.

Seminar/Workshop (excluding in-company)

57

0

0

57

100

07

112

112

4.c.

Simulator training

-

-

-

-

0

0

12

12

TOTAL

 

1635

1378

4209

7222

1740

916

3315

5829

 

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 First Class Manager

15

2.

Coaching classes for Second Class Manager

12

3.

Simulator training of Dumper operator

129

 

Total

156

 


 

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