GMDC Recruitment 2021 for Apprentice Vacancy

By | September 17, 2021

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The Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation Limited (GMDC) has published an advertisement for recruitment for Apprentice posts. Check more details in below given official notification.

GMDC Recruitment 2021

Name of Organization: GMDC

Total No. Of Posts: 19

Name of the Posts: Apprentice

Note: full details of Educational qualification, Age limit, Pay scale, Grade pay ,selection process etc details candidates required to visit official notification which link given below at this vacancy notice

How to Apply for GMDC Recruitment 2021 for Apprentice Vacancy?

Interested & eligible candidate can send their application at the following address on or before 25-09-2021.

What is Last Date for Apply for GMDC Recruitment 2021 for Apprentice Vacancy?

Last date for Receipt of Applications: 25-09-2021

About GMDC :

Batting a Glorious Fifty is not a small achievement for any one, whether it is the Batsman or Corporate. GMDC was incorporated on 15th May, 1963 to develop major Mineral Resources in the State and started with a Silica Sand quarrying Plant near Surajdeval (Dist. Surendranagar) for crushing and screening of Silica Sand required for Glass Industry. From this humble starting, GMDC today boasts of a vast array of Mineral Portfolio in its mineral rich basket. Hence, the journey of GMDC begins for Mining Sector of Gujarat.

The Fledgling State acutely the need to have a rapid Industrial Development, for requires Fuel and Energy resources. The motive inspired the state to incorporate a Public Sector Company that would target exclusive development of Mineral Resources endowed on the state. Thus, began a historical journey which has today reached a milestone of Glorious fifty five years.

GMDC has 2*125 MW Thermal Power Project at village Nani Chher, Taluka Lakhapat, Dist. Kutch in Gujarat State. Both the units have been in commercial operation since March, 2005. It is getting Lignite from its own mines located at Panandhro, Mata no Madh and Umarsar. The water requirement for the power plant is taken from the nearest Kori Creek through a 1.4 KM long sea water intake channel. The CFBC boiler is used here as it is environment friendly and controls sulphur in the flue gas emission. A 100 metre thick green belt surrounds the entire site. The state of the art technology DDCS has been used here.

The GMDC also embarked on a sophisticated Enterprise Resource Planning system
The GMDC also embarked on a sophisticated Enterprise Resource Planning system in 2011 covering the whole ambit of mining operations throughout Gujarat to achieve efficiency and complete the tasks in time with the minimum resources required.

5 MW Solar Power Project of GMDC was installed on the reclaimed mined out land of Panandhro Lignite Mine in Kutch which is first of its kind in the country, experiment to utilize the reclaimed land of mined out area.

The GMDC first implemented ISO-9001
The GMDC first implemented ISO-9001 at Corporate Office in 2010 and is in process to obtain for all the mines in operation with Occupational Health and Safety systems (OHS-18000) along with Environmental Management systems (ISO-14000) which are intended for achieving excellence in all areas where its people and stakeholders are connected.

GMDC ventured into harnessing the wind energy and commissioned
As a commitment towards environment care and to have green foot prints, GMDC ventured into harnessing the wind energy and commissioned 200.9 MW wind turbines in Kutch, Porbandar, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Jamnagar, Rajkot and Bhavnagar upto 2016.

Lignite Mine opened at Bhavnagar
Lignite mine of 3 mMT per annum capacity was opened near Bhavnagar in 2008 to cater the fuel demand of industries located in Saurashtra and Bhavnagar region.

All Manganese bearing areas of Gujarat reserved for GMDC
All Manganese bearing areas of Gujarat has been reserved for GMDC by Government of Gujarat. Hence a project to handle the manganese waste dump was established in 2006 to cater the requirement of the Industries of Gujarat.


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