Job DetailsPost Name: :Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil/ME)
No. of Post: 02 Posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered: Rs.20600- 46500/- per month
Post Name: : Assistant Traffic Manager
No. of Post: 01 posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered Rs.20600-46500/- per month
Eligibility: Graduation/Civil Engg passed
Last Date: 16-Nov-2015
Age Limit: 30 years As on 01.10.2015.. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria : For Assistant Executive Engineer : Degree or equivalent in Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/ Electrical/ Electronics & Communications Engineering from a recognized University/ Institution.
For Assistant Traffic Manager : A degree from a recognized University.
Application Fee : No Fee Requirment
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written examination and interview.
How To ApplyInterested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with copies of certificate of qualifications caste certificates and Disability certificates send to the Sr.Dy.Secretary, Mumbai Port Trust, Port House, Shoorji Vallabhdas Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400001 on or before 16.11.2015.
About Mumbai Port TrusMumbai 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 India’s premier port. Even today, with the development of other ports, it caters to 10% of the country’s 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.