Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MAHADISCOM) has released Notification Regrading MAHADISCOM Direct Recruitment 2016 . India’s biggest Power Distribution Company having Over 2.14 Crore’s consumers and dedicated pool of over 78,000 employees with Annual Revenue of over Rupees 5 0 ,000 Crore, is looking for Talented, Dynamic and Result oriented Professionals with proven track record to join on contractual basis for a period of 3 years in MSEDCL in the Challenging Role as Regional Director, the seniormost position incharge of more than 6 Districts.The number of vacancies and reservation for Backward Classes indicated is provisional and likely to change. Such change will not be notified either in Newspaper, on website or to the candidates.We are Interested Candidates may apply On Or Before Last Date . For More Details as given below ..
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited Direct Recruitment
No Of Posts : 02
Name of Post :
Bachelors Degree or Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering / Technology or its equivalent. Must possess 15 years post qualification experience in Power Sector OR C.A./ ICWA/MBA (Finance) having the experience of working in the capacity of Head of the utility/Chief Operating Officer of any Power Distribution utility having minimum 3 lakhs consumers.
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Age Limit :
Candidates upper age limit should not exceed 47 years As on 16.07.2016. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules. For Post Wise Age Details go to Official Notification
Pay Scale :
Rs. 48,890-2150-94,040. The selected candidates are entitled to DA, HRA, Medical Benefit, Leave Encashment, CPF and Gratuity etc. as per the Rules of the Company. Approximate emoluments at initial stage of scale are Rs. 1,40,000/-. In addition to this, facilities like vehicle, telephone, mobile facility etc. will be provided by the Company.
Selection Process :
Candidates will be shortlisted for selection process taking into consideration the qualification, experience, job responsibility etc.
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Application Fee : Open Category/ Applied Against Open Category candidates have to pay Rs.600/- and Rs.300/- for Reserved Category through Debit Cards (RuPay/Visa/MasterCard/Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets.
How to Apply :
All Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with copies of Testimonials in support of age, caste, caste validity certificate, qualifications, experience, etc; wherever necessary and Payment Remittance Challan send by Speed / Registered Post to Chief General Manager (HR), Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd, 4th Floor, Prakashgad, Bandra (East), Mumbai – 51 on or before 16.07.2016.
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Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Submission of Application : 16.07.2016
You may get other details about Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited Direct Recruitment 2016 through this Official Notification .Interested aspirants can stay connected with web portal to achieve latest updates for Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited.
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About Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited :
The erstwhile Maharashtra State Electricity Board was looking after Generation, Transmission & Distribution of Electricity in the State of Maharashtra barring Mumbai. But after the enactment of Electricity Act 2003, MSEB was restructured into 4 Companies viz. MSEB Holding Co. Ltd., Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd. (Mahavitaran), Maharashtra State Power Generation Co. Ltd. (Mahagenco) and Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd. (Mahatransco) on 6th June 2005. Mahavitaran distributes electricity to consumers across the State except Mumbai.
Mahavitaran supplies electricity to a staggering 2.20 Crore consumers across the categories in Maharashtra. There are about 1, 62, 61,420 Residential, 36, 67,883 Agricultural, 15, 69,043 Commercial 4, 38,366 Industrial and 1,29,661 other consumers in Mahavitaran.
As declared by the State government, Maharashtra has already become load shedding free in December 2012. During that time, it was the responsibility of Mahavitaran to make available the required amount of power of the State. Accordingly, measures such as Long Term and Short Term planning were done under the guidance and active support of the State Government. In the Long Term Planning, the work of Capacity Addition was carried out. In the Short Term Planning; the work of Demand Side Management were initiated. To reduce the load shedding hours, Mahavitaran implemented two schemes under Demand Side Management namely the Single Phasing Scheme and Gaothan feeder separation. In the Gaothan feeder separation scheme, the agricultural feeders were carved out from the mixed feeders. With this, Mahavitaran could stagger the demand of 2500-3000 MW which helped in load management and in strengthening of infrastructure and reducing losses.
Presently, 85% of the State is load shedding free and only 15% of the State is under load shedding. In fact, Mahavitaran is capable enough to fulfill the power demand of this 15% area but these are the areas where the distribution and commercial losses are very high and collection efficiency is less. As a part of the 2 policy and to bring a consumer discipline; Mahavitaran purposely implemented this policy of load shedding.
November 2008: Load Shedding of district head quarters reduced from 10 pm to 6:30 pm.
January 2009: The revenue headquarters like Nagpur, Amravati, Aurangabad, Nashik, Pune, Navi Mumbai were made load shedding free.
February 2012: The weekly staggering day of Industries which was there since the formation of the State, was withdrawn and 24X7 power was supplied to them.
April 2012: The load shedding of A, B, C category was withdrawn. 66 % of the State i.e. 94 Divisions out of 142 were load-shedding free.
1st October 2012: Load shedding of D Category was withdrawn.
January 2013: To give maximum benefits to the consumers, Division wise load shedding was replaced to feeder wise load shedding. Earlier, load shedding was implemented in 133 divisions, but now only 5,532 feeders are under load shedding.
Presently, Ag dominated feeders having DCL less than 45% and other feeders having DCL less than 42% are load shedding free.
Mahavitaran gets power from Mahagenco, Central Sector and private projects. Mahavitaran has signed long term agreements of 25 years duration with the power producers to make provision for the required amount of power. From this, Mahavitaran will get 4685 MW in 2014-15; 1294 MW in 2015-16; 1550 MW in 2016-17; 4154 MW in 2017-18; 5323 MW in 2018-19 and 2885 MW in 2019-2020.