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Kolkata Port Trust Jobs – 10 Electrician – Last Date – 27th Dec 2017
Important Dates –
- Last Date for Submission of Application Form : 27th Dec 2017
Vacancy Details :
- Position Name : Electrician
- Vacant Post : 10 Posts
- Scale of Pay : Rs. 16900/- (Per Month)
- Qualification Required : Must have passed Madhyamik or its equivalent examination. Must possess National Trade Certificate in the trade of Turner with 4 years experience in the trade of Electrician.
- Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum age limit is 25 to 45 Years as on 01st Nov 2017
Job Location : Kolkata, West Bengal
Selection Criteria : Selection will be based on Written Test.
Kolkata Port Trust Application Fee : No Application Fee
Kolkata Port Trust Application Procedure –
- Application Type – Offline
- Procedure of Application – Interested Candidate need to send their completely filled application form along with Passport size photo, qualification and experience certificates if asked through courier / speed post at “The Office of the Sr. Dy. Manager (P&IR), Haldia Dock Complex, Jawahar Tower Building, P.O.: Haldia Township, Dist.: Purba Medinipur, W.B. Pin.: 721607” on before 27th Dec 2017.
- Kolkata Port Trust Job Notice & Application Form : Kolkata Port Trust Notification for 10 Electrician Posts Dec 2017
About Kolkata Port Trust Jobs
Kolkata is the earliest major port in the country. But the nucleus of the present day Kolkata Port lies much earlier – with the grant of trading rights to the British Settlement in Eastern India by the Moghal Emperor Aurangzeb. The city of Kolkata, has a synergistic linkage with the port.
In course of time the power to rule this vast country passed from the East India Company to the British Crown. The affairs of the Port were brought under the administrative control of the Government with the appointmentof a Port Commission in 1870.