Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment 2016 — Medical Officer Posts

Current Recruitment Notification From Medical Department, Mumbai Port Trust 2016-17 | 03 Vacancies Available On 

Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment 2016Walk in for Medical Officer Posts: Medical Department, Mumbai Port Trust has inform 03 vacant seats for Medical Officer on locum basis. If you have a dream of join Mumbai Port Trust. You can attend for interview on 24 & 25/11/2016 at 10:30 am.Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidate:

Mumbai Port Trust Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 03

Name of the Post:
Medical Officer
1. General Surgery: 01 Seat
2. ICU & Casualty: 02 Seats

Candidates Age Limit:
18 to 35 years.

Education Qualification:
M.B.B.S. Degree of a statutory university.

Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on interview.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates may attend for interview with full bio data along with original and attested photocopies of certificates/ testimonials & 04 photographs to the venue on or before 25/11/2016 at 10:30 am.

Venue: Medical Department, Mumbai Port Trust

Important Dates:
Date & Time of Candidates Interview: 25/11/2016 at 10:30 am.

Job Location: Maharashtra

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About Us:
Mumbai Port Trust is a port which lies midway on the West coast of India, on the natural deep-water harbour of Mumbai, Maharashtra. The harbour spread over 400 square kilometres (150 sq mi) is protected by the mainland of Konkan to its east and north and by the island city of Mumbai to its west.[1] The harbour opens to the south to the Arabian Sea.The port is administered by the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT), an autonomous corporation wholly owned by the Government of India.[3] The port is primarily used for bulk cargo, while most container traffic is directed to Nhava Sheva port across the harbour.Mumbai Harbour has been used by ships and boats for centuries. It was used by the Maratha Navy, as well as the British and Portuguese colonial navies.

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