Naval Dockyard Mumbai Chargeman Recruitment 2014, Mumbai
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Naval Dockyard Mumbai invites applications for the following posts at Naval Ship Repair Yard, Karwar, Karnataka / Naval Dockyard Mumbai / any other place in Western Naval Command.
Name of the Post - No of Posts:-
Weapon Fitter: 01 Post (UR)
Radio Fitter: 01 Post (UR)
Radar Fitter: 01 Post (UR)
Electronics Fitter: 04 Posts (OBC-01, UR-03)
Instrument Fitter: 02 Posts (UR)
Electrical/ Power: 09 Posts (SC-01, OBC-02, UR-06)
Ship Fitter: 01 Post (UR)
Welder: 01 Post (UR)
Painter: 01 Post (UR)
Shipwright: 01 Post (UR)
Lagger: 01 Post (UR)
Rigger: 01 Post (UR)
Engine Fitter: 03 Posts (OBC-01, UR-02)
Machinery Control Fitter: 03 Posts (UR)
REF & AC Fitter: 01 Post (UR)
Pipe Fitter: 01 Post (UR)
Foundry: 01 Post (UR)
Gas Turbine Fitter: 02 Posts (UR)
Machinist: 07 Posts (SC-01, OBC-01, UR-05)
Boiler Maker: 01 Post (UR)
Millwright Fitter: 02 Posts (UR)
Civil Works: 01 Post (UR)
Ice Fitter Crane: 01 Post (UR)
How to Apply:-
Apply online on website: - www.godiwadabhartee.com from 20-Jan-2014 to 03-Feb-2014.
Between 18 and 25 years (Age Relaxable by 03 years for OBC and 05 years for SC/ST candidates)
Degree in Science with Physics or Chemistry or Mathematics from recognized University.
A Diploma in Engineering in the appropriate discipline from a recognized university or board
Selection Process: - All eligible Candidates will be shortlisted for a written test. Selection of the candidates will be purely based on the performance in the written test.
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Construction of the Bombay Dock, though contemplated since the seventies of the seventeenth century, was commenced only in 1735 under the leadership of Lowji Nusservanji Wadia. This is the oldest and the first dry dock in Asia, comprising three docks in line, the “Upper Old Bombay Dock” built in 1750, the “Middle Old Bombay Dock” built in 1762 and the “Lower Old Bombay Dock” built in 1765. Such a design was envisaged because firstly 3 small ships could be dry docked simultaneously; secondly a big and a small ship could be docked in line and undocked separately; thirdly by judicious planning a ship requiring longer refit could be undisturbed in the upper dock and the middle/lower docks used for ships requiring a shorter refit. These docks were built in stages. Designing of a dry dock calls for engineering acumen. The foundations had to be deep, through layers of various soil conditions. The dock had to support the weight of a ship, the pressure of the surrounding sea, the stress and strain due to the tides.
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