Last Date:23 Sep,2019
Directorate of Lighthouses and Lightships (DGLL)
DGLL is inviting applications from eligible candidates with a consistently good academic record for the recruitment to 7 posts of Navigational Assistant Grade III (Mumbai) purely on permanent basis.
All eligible and Interested aspirants may apply for these positions on or before 23-09-2019 .
Name of the post – Navigational Assistant Grade III (Mumbai)
No of post – 07
Pay Scale – Rs.5,200-20,200/-
Diploma in Electronics or Telecommunication or Electronics & Communication or Electrical & Electronics.
General Instruction:psu jobs
- Before applying for the post, the candidate should ensure that he/she fulfills all the eligibility conditions. The candidate should have the requisite Educational/Technical qualification from recognized University/Institute as on the 23.09.2019. Those awaiting results of the final examination need not apply.
- No extra weightage will be given to candidates possessing higher qualification.
- The candidates are required to sign in English or Hindi in the prescribed places provided in the application, Information Sheet, Answer Sheet, Question Booklet and other places should be identical. The signature must be in running hand and not in block capital or disjointed letters. Signature at the time of application, written examination and document verification in different style or language may result in cancellation of candidature.
- Candidate submitting more than one application for the post will be summarily rejected.
- Candidate should note that only the Date of Birth as recorded in the Matriculation / Higher School Examination Certificate or an equivalent Certificate as on the date of submission of application will only be accepted.
- Vacancies of Ex-Servicemen and Persons with Disability (PWD) given in the above table are not separate but included in the total number of vacancies.
- The number of vacancies indicated in the Centralized Employment Notice is provisional and may increase or decrease depend upon the actual needs of the Administration. The administration also reserves the right to cancel the notified vacancies at the discretion and such decision will be final and binding on all.
- Applications received will be short-listed on the basis of merit marks (minimum 50 % and above for reserved category and 60% and above for unreserved category) obtained in the essential qualification examination.
- Date of examination & call letters for written examination will be hosted on the website www.dgll.nic.in at least one month prior to the written examination for the post. Candidates have to download admit card from the website www.dgll.nic.in. Centre for Examination will be indicated on the admit card. The Examination Centre will not be changed under any circumstances. The candidates are advised to visit the website from time to time. NO HARD COPY OF THE ADMIT CARD WILL BE SENT TO ANY CANDIDATES.
- The candidates who are successful in the written examination, merit list will be prepared on the basis of written examination as well as aggregate marks of the Diploma qualification.
- Emoluments on initial appointment will be minimum pay matrix in the pay band plus other allowances as applicable at that time
- While all candidates irrespective of community may be considered against UR vacancies. However, against the vacancies earmarked for specific community SC/ST/OBC, only candidates belonging to that community will be considered. For this purpose, SC/ST/OBC candidates should furnish Caste Certificate from competent authorities as per the Format given at Annexure – 1 (for SC/St candidates) and Annexure – 2 (for OBC candidates) only. Further, in case of OBC candidates, the certificates should specifically indicate that the candidate does not belong to the Persons/Sections (Creamy Layer) mentioned in Col.3 of the Schedule of the Government of India, Department of Personnel and Training per admissible rules. The OBC candidate should enclose self declaration of non-creamy layer
status in the Proforma in Annexure – 3.
- Candidate who wishes to be considered against vacancies reserved and / or seek age relaxation must submit requisite certificate from the competent authority and self declaration of non-creamy layer status in case of OBCs in the prescribed format along with the application form itself. Otherwise, their claim for reserved status will not be entertained and the candidature / application of such candidate fulfilling all eligibility conditions for General (UR) category will be considered under General (UR) category only.
- Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC who fulfill required qualification/technical qualification can also apply against UR vacancies. They will, however have to compete with the UR candidates. No age relaxation will be allowed to such SC/ST/OBC candidates applying against UR vacancies.
- Selected candidates for the post of Navigational Assistant Grade III are suppose to serve at any Light House station including remote and island locations and liable to be transferred anywhere in India. The posts are all India service liabilities.
- Candidates may kindly note that the initial posting of successful candidate will be made at any remote Lighthouses under the Directorate of Lighthouses & Lightships, Mumbai. Hence, candidates interested to serve in remote areas may only apply for this post.
- Applications received will be scrutinized and short listed on the basis of marks (minimum 50 % and above for reserved category and 60% and above for unreserved category) obtained in the essential qualification examination.The Short listed candidates will only considered for further recruitment process & will be hosted on the website www.dgll.nic.in
- Written examination contains objective type questions based on Diploma standard for the prescribed post. The written test will be conducted under the jurisdiction of Directorate of Lighthouses & Lightships, Mumbai. However,the final allotment of examination centre will be determined by the Director of Lighthouses & Lightships, Mumbai. No request for change in examination centre will be entertained / considered.
- There will be negative mark in written examination and marks shall be deducted for each wrong answer.
- The Director of Lighthouses & Lightships, Mumbai as its discretion may hold additional skill test / interview if consider necessary for all or for a limited number of candidates as may be deemed fit by Director of Lighthouses & Lightships, Mumbai.
- The date, time and venue of the written examination will be fixed by the Director of Lighthouses & Lightships, Mumbai and will be hosted on website www.dgll.nic.in in due course. Request for postponement of the examination, change of centre/venue will not be entertained under any circumstances.
- The stage of examination is single stage examination followed by verification of original documents. During document verification, the candidates will have to produce their original certificates. The candidature of the candidate not producing the original certificate on the date of verification is liable to be forfeited.
- The final select panel will be prepared on the basis of combined marks obtained in written test and marks obtained as per basis qualification. The candidates will be placed in order of merit from highest marks obtained to lower marks.
- To help the mariners and local fisherman to navigate safely in the Indian waters.
- The Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships is a subordinate office under the Ministry of Shipping. It provides General Aids to Marine Navigation along the Indian coast. The Headquarters of the Directorate is at Noida.(U.P.) For administrative control the entire coastline has been divided into Nine Districts having their regional headquarters at Gandhidham, Jamnagar, Mumbai, Goa, Cochin, Chennai, Visakhapatnam , Kolkata and Port Blair. Our motto is to provide safe and secure navigation in the Indian waters.
- For the safe voyage in Indian waters, the Directorate has provided aids to marine navigation. They can be categorized as visual and radio Aids. The visual aids are lighthouses, light vessels, buoys and beacons. The radio aids are DGPS, RACONs etc. All these aids are passive in nature and not user interactive. The Directorate has entered into the interactive field of Aids to Navigation i.e. Vessel Traffic Service. For the control of jurisdiction the aids to marine navigation are categorized as General Aids and Local Aids. The upkeep and maintenance of general aids to marine navigation is the responsibility of the Directorate as per the LH Act 1927. The upkeep and maintenance of local aids is the responsibility of various Maritime State Government organizations like Ports, State Maritime Boards etc. However the directorates are extending all technical support for maintenance of the local lights. In case the local lights are not maintained to the international standard due to financial constraints and lack of proper technical personnel, the Directorate on acceptance of the local bodies is taking over the those local lights.
- For providing these aids, the Directorate collects lightdues in 30 days at the rate of Rs.8/- per ton NT basis from all foreign going vessels calling at/departing from Indian ports. Customs Department collects light dues behalf of the Directorate.
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