Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited (CPCL), a group company of Indian Oil, has given an advertisement for various vacancies. “CPCL invites applications from young, self-motivated and energetic persons of Indian Nationality for the following positions,” Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited said in the advertisement.
Here are key details about CPCL jobs and vacancies available on Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited’s official website i.e. https://www.cpcl.co.in/
Recruitment of Deputy Company Secretary in Grade D (Senior Manager)
Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited (CPCL), is a leading profit making Public Sector
Organization and a Group Company of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., in the field of Hydro-carbon
processing with a refining capacity of 11.5 MMTPA, having Refineries located in Chennai and
Nagapattinam, in Tamil Nadu.
CPCL is looking for qualified and experienced candidate of Indian Nationality for the position of
Deputy Company Secretary in Grade D category (Senior Manager).
1. Name of the Post & Vacancy: Deputy Company Secretary & 1 (One) post for unreserved
2. Eligibility Criteria:
a) Essential Qualifications: (As on 30.09.2019)
Candidates should have acquired Associate Membership of Institute of Company
Secretaries of India (ACS). Candidates must have secured minimum 50% of marks (or
equivalent CGPA and above) in the final examination of ICSI. Additional qualification in
Law from a recognized university is a must.
b) Experience: (As on 30.09.2019)
Minimum 10 years of work experience in a Company Secretarial set-up of Private/ Public
Sector or a reputed Listed Company with exposure detailed as below:
(i) Candidate should have an in-depth understanding and knowledge of new
Companies Act, Rules and Regulations, Listing Requirements, etc.
(ii) Candidate should possess knowledge of formalities for Public issue/Right
issue/Bonus issue, etc.
(iii) Candidate should have hands-on experience in coordinating and anchoring
meetings of the Shareholders, Board and Committees in accordance with the
(iv) Candidate should have also dealt with matters relating to legal matters of the