Naval Dockyard Mumbai has released NDM Apprentice Recruitment 2018 notification. Interested candidates can check the details given below and apply online based on the eligibility criteria.
Name of the Post: Apprentice
Post Date: 02-09-2018
No. of Vacancies: 318
Important dates to Remember:
|Starting Date for submission of Application|
|Last Date for submission of Application|
Vacancy details of NDM Apprentice Recruitment:
One Year Training:
|3||Welder (Gas & Elect)||20|
|6||Mechanic Machine Tool Maintenance||20|
|7||Mechanic Refrigerator & Air Conditioning||5|
One Year & 3 Months Training:
|1||Crane Operator (Overhead Steel Industry)||5|
Two Year Training:
The minimum rate of stipend per month payable to apprentices shall be followed (Rule 11 of Apprenticeship Rules 1992 is relevant)
- Born between 01 April 1999 to 31 Mar 2006
Other relaxation as per govt. rules.
Educational Qualification and Experience:
- Std 10 passed with a minimum of 50% marks along with ITI examination passed (Provisional National Trade Certificate acceptable) in relevant trade with aggregate of 65% marks.
- Further, the candidate should have passed relevant ITI / trade test from any institute recognized by NCVT.
- 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.
- Written Examination (100 MCQ – 2 hours)
- Interview/ Skill test
- Medical examination
Candidates who have already undergone or are currently undergoing Apprenticeship under Apprentice Act – 1961 in any Govt / Public Sector / Private Industrial organisation are not eligible to apply for the current enrolment.
Note: The Centre of examination will be Mumbai only. No travel expenses are admissible for candidates called for written/Interview/ Skill test.
How to Apply for NDM Apprentice Recruitment:
- Interested and eligible candidates may apply online through NDM website – http://www.bhartiseva.com/.
Bombay Dockyard—also known as Naval Dockyard—is an Indian shipbuilding yard at Mumbai. 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.