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Naval Dockyard Mumbai invites applications for apprentice

The candidates those are interested and eligible for ITI apprentice vacancies in Indian army; can apply online before Sep 21
Mumbai Naval Dockyard Recruitment 2019: Naval Dockyard Mumbai (Bharti Seva) has invited applications for apprentice vacancies. Candidates who are interested and eligible for ITI apprentice vacancies in the Indian army can apply online before September 21. No of Vacancies: 1,233 Application start date: Sep 3 Last date to apply: Sep 21 Job Location: Mumbai Age limit: Minimum Age: 14 years Maximum Age: 20 years (Relaxation of Age Permissible: 3 years for OBC candidates and 5 years for SC/ST candidates) Application fee: General/OBC/EWS: No fee SC/ ST/ PH: No Fee Educational Qualification: Candidates should be 10th passed with 50 percent marks, and ITI passed with 65 percent marks in the respective trade which also must be recognised by National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT). The candidate should have passed relevant ITI, trade test from any institute recognised by NCVT and should possess the qualification as on the closing date of application. Qualification for candidates who are to be enrolled for Rigger and Crane Operator (Overhead Steel Industry) as ‘Fresher’ shall be Std 8 pass only, without ITI. About Naval Dockyard Mumbai Naval Dockyard Mumbai, is situated in Mumbai (Maharashtra), India. Shipbuilding was an established profession throughout the Indian coastline prior to the advent of the Europeans and it contributed significantly to maritime exploration throughout Indian maritime history. Indian rulers weakened with the advent of the European powers during the middle ages. Indian shipbuilders, however, continued to build ships capable of carrying 800 to 1000 tons. The shipbuilders built ships like HMS Hindostan and HMS Ceylon, inducted into the Royal Navy. Click here to know more: