Mumbai Port Trust Jobs for Urgent For Marine Engineer in Mumbai
Mumbai Port Trust
Post Name : Pilot No. of Vacancy : 07 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 32900-58000/- Post Name : Marine Engineer No. of Vacancy : 05 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 58000/- (Per month) Educational Qualification : For Pilot : Certificate of competency as master of foreign going ship issued by the Ministry of Shipping, Government of India or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of Shipping, Government of India. One year post qualification experience as Master / Chief Officer of a foreign going ship. For Marine Engineer : MOT I Class Motor certificate issued under Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. One year post qualification experience as Chief Engineer on board a foreign going ship. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 40 years Age Relaxation : For OBC Candidates : 3 Years For SC/ST Candidates : 5 Years How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with self attested copies of relevant documents & experience certificate send to Shri C. Chatterjee, Sr. Dy. Secretary, HR Section, General Administration Department, Port House, 2nd Floor, Shoorji Vallabhdas Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai400001 on or before 31.12.2015.
Certificate of competency as master of foreign going ship issued by the Ministry of Shipping, Government of India or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of Shipping, Government of India. One year post qualification experience as Master / Chief Officer of a foreign going ship. For Marine Engineer : MOT I Class Motor certificate issued under Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. One year post qualification experience as Chief Engineer on board a foreign going ship.
Looking for B.E. / B.Tech , Any Graduate graduates profile.
2015-12-04 to 2015-12-31
About Mumbai port trust
Mumbai Port has long been the principal gateway to India and has played a pivotal role in the development of the national economy, trade & commerce and prosperity of Mumbai city in particular. The port has achieved this position through continuous endeavor to serve the changing needs of maritime trade. Though traditionally designed to handle general cargo, over the years, the port has adapted to changing shipping trends and cargo packaging from break bulk to unitisation/palletisation and containerisation. Besides, it has also developed specialised berths for handling POL and chemicals. For decades, Mumbai Port was Indias premier port. Even today, with the development of other ports, it caters to 10% of the countrys sea-borne trade handled by Major Ports of the country in terms of volume. It caters about 19% of POL Traffic handled by Major Ports.
Having weathered and survived many a changes in maritime trade in its long history, Mumbai Port is today facing challenges posed by competition from adjoining ports and private ports, changing traffic patterns, inherent physical constraints and continuing labour intensive operations, etc. However, Mumbai Port is taking various measures to render cost effective and quality services to the trade.
Although the Port of Mumbai, located almost along the West Coast of India, is comparatively a modern creation as we have it today, its magnificent harbour, which is the keystone of its prosperity, has held a pride of place for centuries. As early as the beginning of the Seventeenth Century, though the trade of Mumbai island was negligible, the natural advantages of the Harbour as a maritime base and a haven for shipping on the western sea-board of India, were realised and there was considerable maneuvering for its occupation. In 1652, the Surat Council of the East India Company, realising the geographical advantage of the Port, urged its purchase from the Portuguese. Their wish was gratified nine years later when, under the Marriage Treaty between Charles II of Great Britain and the Infant Catherine of Portugal, the Port and Island of Mumbai were transferred to the king of Great Britain.