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Ministry Of Shipping Job For Assistant Director At Mumbai

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Ministry of shipping recruitment 2020 for assistant director post at Mumbai location. Apply online for assistant director vacancy in ministry of shipping . Read full job details bellow to apply for the post of assistant director.

Assistant Director

Ministry Of Shipping
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Vacancy Details

The Tariff Authority for Major Ports, Mumbai, a statutory body under the administrative control of Ministry of Shipping, Government of India invites application for filling up following posts on Transfer on deputation basis/ failing which on contract basis.

  1. Assistant Director- Pay Band PB-3 (Rs. 15,600-39,100) plus Transfer on

1 (one) Post

Grade Pay 5,400/- (Pre-revised scale)


Revised Pay Scale Level-10 (Rs. 56,100-

basis failing


which on

contract basis.

For more details of the post and eligibility conditions, please visit our website The last date of receipt of the application is 20 (Twenty) days from the date of publication of the vacancy in the Employment News.

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Any Graduate
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About Ministry of shipping
Maritime Transport is a critical infrastructure for the social and economic development of a country. It influences the pace, structure and pattern of development. The Ministry of Shipping encompasses within its fold shipping and ports sectors which include shipbuilding and ship-repair, major ports, national waterways, and inland water transport. Ministry of Shipping has been entrusted with the responsibility to formulate policies and programmes on these subjects and their implementation.
A comprehensive policy package is necessary to address the diverse issues facing the Maritime transport sector. The capacity of the ports in terms of their berths and cargo handling equipment needs to be vastly improved to cater to the growing requirements of the overseas trade. The shipping industry needs to be enabled to carry higher shares of the sea-borne trade in indigenous bottoms.
Historically, investment in the transport sector, particularly in the ports, have been made by the State mainly because of the large volume of resources required, long gestation periods, uncertain returns and various externalities, both positive and negative, associated with this infrastructure. However, the galloping resource requirements and the concern for managerial efficiency and consumer responsiveness have led to the active involvement of the private sector in infrastructure services in recent times. To encourage private participation, Ministry of Shipping has laid down comprehensive policy guidelines for private sector participation in the Ports sector.
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Location Mumbai
Education Any Graduate
Experience 0 (yrs)
Industry Government Jobs
Job Type : Full-time
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