Chennai Port Trust Recruitment 2018 – Pilot Posts

Marine Department, Chennai Port Trust has invited applications for the post of Pilot (Class I). Eligible and interested candidates can apply in the prescribed format of the application on or before the last date. For more details like – Educational qualification, age limitation, salary etc. read the notification mentioned below.

Detail Specification of Chennai Port Trust Recruitment 2018

Name of the Post – Pilot

No. of Posts – 02 Posts

Pay Scale – Rs. 29100 to 54500/- on monthly basis

Eligibility Criteria: –

Educational Qualification – Candidate must have certificate of competency as Master of Foreign Going ship issued by the Ministry of Shipping, Government of India and work experience of one year as Master/ Chief Officer of a foreign going ship.

Age Limitation – Candidate age must not exceed more than 40 Years. Relaxation in age will be provided to the reserved category candidates.

Selection Procedure – Applicants will get select on the direct basis.

Job Location – Chennai

How to Apply –

Candidate need to send the prescribed format of the application form to the postal address on or before the date till the 2 nos. vacancies are filled up.

Candidate should attach the relevant documents photo copy with the application form.

Postal Address – To The Captain, P.T. Sadanandan Deputy Conservator Marine Department Chennai Port Trust No. 1, Rajaji Salai, Chennai – 600001

Contact Number – 9444396646

Email – dc@chennaiport.gov.in

Important Dates –

Last date for the receipt of Application Form – Till the 2 nos. vacancies are filled up

Important Links of Chennai Port Trust Recruitment 2018

Click here for the official notification

About Chennai Port Trust –

Chennai Port, formerly known as Madras Port, is the second largest container port of India, behind the Nhava Sheva Port, and the largest port in the Bay of Bengal. It is the third oldest port among the 13 major ports of India with official port operations beginning in 1881, although maritime trade started much earlier in 1639 on the undeveloped shore. It is an artificial and all-weather port with wet docks. Once a major travel port, it become a major container port in the post-Independence era. The port remains a primary reason for the economic growth of Tamil Nadu, especially for the manufacturing boom in South India, and has contributed greatly to the development of the city.[8] It is due of the existence of the port that the city of Chennai eventually became known as the Gateway of South India.

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