Examples of Chairman-cum-Managing Director in a sentence
Under this provision, the Chairman-cum-Managing Director, National Seeds Corporation Limited with the concurrence of both the parties shall appoint Sole Arbitrator to resolve the issue and both the parties will have to abide by the decision.
A sole Arbitrator will be nominated by the Chairman-cum-Managing Director of Hindustan Copper Limited (HCL), who, according to the 2015 Act, will not stand in conflict of interest with any of the organizations.
All disputes in relation to the tender, the contract or the interpretation of any of their terms or implementation there-of or arising out of or concerned directly or indirectly with the contract/tender shall be referred to the Sole arbitrator to be appointed by the Chairman-cum-Managing Director of the Corporation/ purchaser and in the absence of CMD, the highest Executive Officer of the Corporation shall make such appointment.
The Chairman-cum-Managing Director means Chairman-cum-Managing Director of any of the Subsidiary Companies of Coal India Limited, presently Central Coalfields Limited, Eastern Coalfields Limited, Western Coalfields Limited, Bharat Coking Coal Limited and Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited, South Eastern Coalfields Limited, Northern Coalfields Limited, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited and North Eastern Coalfields.
The Chairman-cum-Managing Director further reserves the right to award contract / issue the order for supplies to more than one bidder.