Last Date:12 July,2019
Mumbai Port Trust
Mumbai Port Trust invites applications for the post of 30 Computer Operator and Programming Assistant (COPA). Apply before 12 July 2019. Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…Official Website is www.mumbaiport.gov.in
Name of the post — Computer Operator and Programming Assistant (COPA)
No of post — 30
Pay Scale — 7577/- (Per Month)
Passed 10th Class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent.
General Information:upsc notifications
- In the merit list for selection of COPA (fresher) Apprentices preference will be given to higher qualified candidates. The preferences in the merit list shall be in the descending order of higher qualification i.e. Post Graduate, Graduate, 3 Years Diploma, 12th Passed and 10th Passed.
- The merit list for COPA (fresher) Apprentice will be prepared based on the percentage of total marks obtained by Candidates in the 10th Class examination.
- If two candidates have secured same marks in the examination, the older candidate will be placed above in the merit list.
- Preference will be given to wards of MbPT employees. Separate merit list will be prepared for the wards of MbPT employees and other candidates.
- The merit list(s) will be displayed on notice board at the office of ATC, Mb.P.T. Workshops’, Mazgaon, Mumbai – 400 010 and it will be uploaded on Mb.P.T.’s website www.mumbaiport.gov.in.
- The listed candidates in the merit list shall be called for verification of all original documents and selection procedure at ATC office. The date of reporting for verification of documents and selection procedure will be displayed on notice board at the office of the ATC and it will be uploaded on Mb.P.T.’s website www.mumbaiport.gov.in.
- If the applicant on the merit list will not remain present and duly prepared on the specific date of reporting, their candidature will be rejected and the next candidate on the panel merit list will be considered. Representation of the candidate in above circumstances will not be entertained.
- All the selected candidates will undergo physical fitness test at the MbPT Hospital, Wadala.
How to Apply:
- Applicants are required to be registered online through NCVT MIS web portal (www.apprenticeship.gov.in). thereafter take print of e-mail copy mentioning apprentice enrollment / registration No. form.
- Applicants having valid registration in NCVT MIS portal (www.apprenticeship.gov.in) mentioned above are required to download the application form from MbPT’s website ‘(www.mumbaiport.gov.in) > Media > Vacancy’ menu.
- Applicants are required to fill application form in all respect and submit the duly filled in form by hand delivery or by post, so as to reach to Apprentice Training Centre (ATC), first floor, MbPT Workshops, N. V. Nakhwa Marg, Mazgaon (East), Mumbai – 400010 along with required documents, application fees receipt, etc. on or before due date. Applications received after the due date of submission or incomplete applications will be rejected and no further correspondence in this regard will be entertained. Mb.P.T. is not liable for postal delay / loss at any stage of communication from either side.
- Mumbai 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.
- Although the Port of Mumbai, located almost along the West Coast of India, is comparatively a modern creation as we have it today, its magnificent harbour, which is the keystone of its prosperity, has held a pride of place for centuries. As early as the beginning of the Seventeenth Century, though the trade of Mumbai island was negligible, the natural advantages of the Harbour as a maritime base and a haven for shipping on the western sea-board of India, were realised and there was considerable maneuvering for its occupation. In 1652, the Surat Council of the East India Company, realising the geographical advantage of the Port, urged its purchase from the Portuguese. Their wish was gratified nine years later when, under the Marriage Treaty between Charles II of Great Britain and the Infant Catherine of Portugal, the ‘Port and Island of Mumbai’ were transferred to the king of Great Britain.
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