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Mumbai Port Trust is hiring Medical Officer (Obstt. & Gynaec.)

Job details:

Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment 2014 has been announced for the posts of Medical Officer (Obstt. & Gynaec.). Eligible candidates who are interested may attend the walk in interview for this Government Job of 2014. Get selected in Government vacancy of 2014. All Mumbai Port Trust information regarding educational qualification, age limit, pay scale details are given below:-

Name of Post:

Medical Officer (Obstt. & Gynaec.) Post is available.

Job Location:

This Government Job for 2014 is available at Mumbai (Maharashtra).

Required Qualification:

Candidates must hold MBBS Degree from a recognized university & should also have working knowledge of Marathi Language. Candidate qualified in Postgraduate in Obst. and Gynaec is desirable for the job.

Pay Scale:

Selected candidate will be offered pay scale of Rs.20600-46500/- for Mumbai Port Trust Job 2014.

Age Limit:

Applicants must not be of age more than 35 years for this Post.

Process of selection:

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in interview.

How to apply:

Those candidates who are interested may attend the walk in interview for Mumbai Port Trust Jobs at:

Office of the Chief Medical Officer,

Mumbai Port Trust Hospital,

Nadkarni Park,

Antop Village,

Wadala (East),

Mumbai-400 037.

Date:

Candidates will have to attend the walk in interview on 27th November 2014.

Download official notification here.

Visit official website here:

www.mumbaiport.gov.in

Mumbai Port Profile:

Mumbai Port Trust Recruitment 2014

Mumbai Port was earlier known as Bombay Port. It is at the mid way on the West coast of India, on the natural deep-water harbour of Mumbai. Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) which is an autonomous corporation wholly owned by the Government of India has administration powers over it. Mainly this port is used for bulk cargo, while most container traffic is directed to Nhava Sheva port across the harbour. It was established as a corporation on June 26, 1873.

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