02-09-2015, 08:47 PM
Naval Dockyard Mumbai, recently announced recruitment notification for the employment of 264 vacant positions. As these places are present in two categories as Lascar crew bomber crew boats and ships, and to fill these vacancies with candidates eligible Naval Dockyard Mumbai Department has issued notification of recruitment and inviting applications from all eligible and interested candidates, so applicants are those who are willing to work at the Naval Department recommends applying these vacancies through online application where you can register through the official website http://www.godiwadabhartee .com on or before the last date of 20 February 2015, where registration has started from 10 February 2015 to February 2015 XX and other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process , application process and important dates are given below.
Naval Dockyard Mumbai recruitment 2015 details:
Total posts: 264 site
Name of places:
§ Boats bomber crew: 57
§ Boats Lascar crew-m: 207
Age limit: candidates who are willing to ask these sites should be aged under 35 as at 1 January 2015.
Educational criteria: Applicants must have passed SSC-registration / x class or its equivalent degree from any recognized organization / Board or school.
Salary: Selected candidates will be Rs.5, 200 / - Rs.20, 200 / - with great pay 1800 / - per month as salary.
Selection Process: Applicants will be named according to their performance in the written test, physical efficiency test (PET) and medical examination.
How to Apply: All eligible and interested candidates can register through registration form online at the official website http://www.godiwadabhartee.com on or before the last date of 20 February 2015, as the registration process he began to form 10 February 2015 XX February 2015.
Important dates to remember:
Date of submission of the online application Start: February 10, 2015.
Last date to submit the application online 20 February 2015.
Last date to have a copy of filling application: 25 February 2015.