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Govt finding no takers for the post of Chairman, Deendayal Port Trust?

It is unusual that for a joint secretary-level post, officers do not seem to be interested in throwing their hat in the ring

It is unusual that for a joint secretary-level post, officers do not seem to be interested in throwing their hat in the ring
It is unusual that for a joint secretary-level post, officers do not seem to be interested in throwing their hat in the ring

New Delhi: After the Ministry of Shipping received no responses to an advertisement it published to fill the reputed post of the Chairman at Deendayal Port Trust in Gujarat’s Kandla, it is believed to have re-advertised the vacancy. It is unusual that for a joint secretary-level post, officers do not seem to be interested in throwing their hat in the ring.

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Deendayal Port Trust

Deendayal Port Trust is a seaport in Kutch District of Gujarat state in Western India, near the city of Gandhidham. Located on the Gulf of Kutch, it is one of major ports on the west coast. Kandla was constructed in the 1950s as the chief seaport serving Western India, due to the partition of India leaving the port of Karachi in Pakistan.

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