Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment 2017: 42 Vacancies For Estate Manager Post
- Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment 2017: 42 Estate Manager Post
- Mumbai Port Trust Notification 2016 For 259 Graduate, Technician & Trade Apprentices Post
Mumbai Port Trust invites applications form eligible candidates for the posts of Estate Manager.
Total Posts: 42 Vacancies
Name of the Posts: Estate Manager
Age Limit: 35 years
Educational Qualification: Degree with Post graduate degree/diploma in Architecture/ Town and country planning or degree in civil engineering from recognized university /institution or Corporate Membership of institution of surveyor and 14 years executive experience in estate management.
Pay Scale: Rs. 16000-20800/-
Selection Process: Through Interview.
How to Apply: Eligible and interested candidates may send completed application along with all enclosures to Secretary, Mumbai Port Trust, Mumbai-400 010.
- Last Date for Submission of Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment Application : 13.Feb.2017
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Mumbai Port Trust invites applications from eligible candidates for the posts of Graduate, Technician & Trade Apprentices.
Total Post: 259
Name of the Posts:
Graduate Apprentice: 05 Posts
Technician Apprentice : 06 Posts
Trade Apprentice: 248 Posts
Age Limit as on 01.03.2017: Minimum 14 years & Maximum 21 years
- For Graduate Apprentice : Degree in Mechanical / Electrical Engineering/ Technology from a recognized University.
- For Technician Apprentice : Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical Engineering/Technology from Board of Technical Education of a State.
- For Trade Apprentice : Passed 10th std (SSC) or equivalent; passed National Trade Certificate Examination in the trade of Computer Operator and Programming Assistant(COPA) in I.T.I.
Graduate Apprentice: Rs. 4984/- pm
Technician Apprentice : Rs. 3542/- pm
Trade Apprentice: Rs. 7741/-pm
Application Fee : Candidates will have to pay Rs. 20/- in shape of Indian Postal Order payable at GPO Mumbai /Demand Draft/ Banker’s Cheque/ Pay Order in favour of the Board of Trustees of the Port of Mumbai.
How to Apply: Eligible and interested candidates may send completed application along with all required documents to the Training Manager, Apprentice Training Centre, Mb.P.T. Workshop, Narsu Vithoba Nakhwa Marg, Mazgaon, Mumbai-400 010.
- Last Date for submission of Application: 20-January-2016
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About Mumbai Port Trust
The Mumbai Port Trust is a self-governing corporation which is solely maintained by government of India.The Mumbai Port trust has played a vital role in the development of national economy, trade and commerce of Mumbai City. Although port was design to handle the general cargo for many years but the port has adapted to change the shipping trends. It has also developed different berths for handling chemicals.
Initially Mumbai Port was the India’s premier port. Mumbai port is facing many challenges posed by completion from private ports. Though Mumbai Port is taking many different steps to reduce the cost effectiveness and maintain the quality of service to the trade.
The Mumbai Port is situated almost along the West coast of India. Initially in the 17th century the trade of the Mumbai Island was negligible, the advantages of the harbour which was as a marine time base and heaven for the western sea board of India. In the year 1970, Mumbai’s increasing growth and the population pressure force the growth of the port. This was the reason for the formation of the Nhava Sheva port through Mumbai Harbour.
There are 3 enclosed wet docks in Mumbai Port. Prince’s dock, Victoria Dock and Indira Dock are the 3 wet docks. Prince’s dock had 8 berths with a minimum draft of 6.4m as of 2008 which was commissioned in 2008. Victoria Dock had 14 berths as of 2008 with a minimum draft of 6.7 metres which was commissioned in 1891 and finally Indira Dock had 21 berths with a minimum draft of 7.0 metres which commissioned in 1914.