14 June, 2013

Shipping Corporation Trainee Marine Engineer June-2013


The Shipping Corporation Of India Ltd.
(A Government of India Enterprise)
5th Floor, shipping House, 245, Madame Cama Road, Mumbai-400021
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Applications are invited from Unmarried Male and Female Graduates In Mechanical Engineering/ Mechanical & Automation Engineering for Recruitment as Trainee Marine Engineer (TME).
Qualification : A degree in Mechanical Engineering / Mechanical & Automation Engineering from AICTE Approved Engineering college.

Age not exceeding 28 years as on 01/01/2014. Age relaxation of five years for SC /ST candidates will be given as per Govt. Two years age relaxation will be given to women candidates.

Application Fee : A Demands draft of Rs. 1000/- for General / OBC Category and Rs. 500/- for SC / ST Category  to be deposited in SBI.

All India written examination : 28/07/2013

How to Apply : Apply Online at Shipping Corporation Website from 12/06/2013 to 03/07/2013 only. 

For further details and online application format, please visit http://www.epostonline.in//Forms/SCI20110614/Index.aspx

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Anonymous said...

how many vacancy there are?

Anonymous said...

1000 rupee application fees !!!!! its only for Black money holders.

Anonymous said...

hoe much jobs are there

Anonymous said...

yes 1000/- is too much for unemployed engineer

Anonymous said...

30 Age wale ke liye hai kya

raushan said...

lage raho

Seeker said...

Guys, Understand that you wont be employed immediately on selection. You will be asked to do a one year GME course (Graduate Marine Engineer) at either Cochin shipyard or Marine engineering research institute mumbai which will cost you RS 3-3.5 lakh which you have to pay. Also, you need to furnish a bond for Rs 25,000. To top it all, even after getting employed, you wont be paid during holidays. Also so many exams inbetween during which you wont be earning. Think 100 times before joining or even applying.

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