Absorbed 68, MRPL clarifies

Absorbed 68, MRPL clarifies

According to a press release, 68 of the PDF have already joined and 13 have requested for extension for joining.

These nominees will be working in the state of the art Rs15,000 crore new phase of the refinery, Phase III- comprising complete spectrum of highly specialised units like  Petro-Fluidised Catalytic Cracking Unit (FCCU), DHU, Coker Hydrotreater Unit, SRU etc all on par with global standards, that will ensure the best environment-friendly fuels and most cost optimised refinery operations.

The remaining 11 nominees from amongst  the 98 nominees list recommended by the Deputy Commissioner, are undergoing technical training, the release added.  

DC Speaks

The respective companies should provide training and employment to the children of those families who have lost land for MRPL, ONGC and OMPL (ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Ltd) in Mangalore, said Deputy Commissioner Subodh Yadav.

Speaking at a meeting convened on providing employment to Mangalore Special Economic Zone Project Displaced Families at Deputy Commissioner’s office here on Monday, he said as per the rehabilitation package, training will be provided to the displaced family members. One member in each family who are in the age group of 18 to 25 years should be given entrepreneurial and skill development training.

About 207 members have been given training at Karnataka Polytechnic. In the second phase, about 211 persons will be given training.  


The Deputy Commissioner said that one interested family member will be given employment depending on the availability of vacancy in the Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ) based on their educational qualification. If the displaced families do not want employment, then they should be given a compensation of Rs 3.50 lakh instead of employment, he added.

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