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WHOLLY OWNED BY GOVT. OF INDIA
Advt.No.02/2012-OP

Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) is a Mini-ratna Category–I Central Public Enterprise wholly owned by Government of India started functioning as a Corporatized entity with effect from 13th January, 2006. The objective and the business of the Company is designing, manufacturing security papers, Printing Currency & Bank notes, Passports, non-judicial stamp papers, postage stamps and Minting of the Coins.

SPMCIL is under the administrative control of Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance having its registered and Corporate Office at Jwahar Vyapar Bhawan, Janpath, New Delhi – 110001.

The Operational units of the Company are strategically located across the Country having its four Mints at Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Noida, four Currency / Security presses at Nashik, Dewas and Hyderabad, besides a high quality Paper manufacturing mill at Hoshangabad.

With the above background, the Company is looking forward to recruit high caliber and talented professionals having potential to strengthen the Technical/Finance/Marketing/Materials/HR in the Organisation and accordingly invites applications for the following posts having all India transfer/posting liability:
|Name of the Post |Level |Scale of Pay |Total No. of |Likely Place of posting|Age (As on 29.02.2012) |
| | | |Post(s) | | |
|Dy. General Manager | |Rs.37400-67000/- with grade |1-OBC |Corporate Office |45 |
|(Finance &…...

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