Paradip Port Trust Recruitment 2016 — Deputy Marine Engineer Posts
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Paradip Port Trust Recruitment 2016 – Deputy Marine Engineer Posts: Administrative Department, Paradip Port Trust has inform 01 vacant seats for Deputy Marine Engineer . If you have a dream of join Paradip Port Trust. You can apply in prescribed format on or before 19/11/2016. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidate:
Paradip Port Trust Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 01
Name of the Posts: Deputy Marine Engineer
18 to 35 years as on 01/10/2016.
Age relaxation is applicable as per Govt. rules.
Graduation in Science, Arts & Commerce stream in Port Township.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their applications in prescribed format mentioning all the details along with self attested copies of all relevant certificates with two pass-port size photographs to the venue on or before 19/11/2016.
Secretary, Paradip Port Trust, At/Po: Paradip Port, Orissa, Pin:754142
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 19/11/2016.
Job Location: Paradeep, Odisha 754142
About us- The land on which the port was built was once a mangrove swamp, used large by local villagers for hunting, fishing and the collection of wood. In 1948 the Port (Technical) Committee of the Government of India determined an additional port was required between Visakhapatnam and Calcutta.This need for another eastern port became particularly obvious following Partition when the Port of Dhaka was separated from India.In 1950 the Central Water & Power Commission proposed a Port between the Kolkata and Vishakapatnam, then Chief Minister of Odisha Biju Patnaik suggested construction of port in Paradip on Mahanadi river. The Paradip Port was the brainchild of Biju Patnaik.The foundation stone for Paradip port was laid on 3 January 1962 by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the Prime Minister of India. The inscription on the black granite stone records a simple message in Oriya, English and Hindi: “Willed by the people, I commend you, to this another National Adventure”. The State Government of Orissa started construction work on 15 March 1964, with the Central Government taking over management on 1 June 1965. The construction of Iron Ore Berth was completed and INS “INVESTIGATOR‟ had the privilege of maiden berthing in the port on 12 March 1966. The port was declared open by Mr. Peter Stambolić. The Port commenced operations with the export of a few thousand tons of iron ore, and has subsequently grown to the point of handling more than 50 million tonnes of cargo during the 1st decade of the 21st century.