• June 13, 2024

Govt Jobs: नौसेना के डॉकयार्ड में निकली 8वीं, 10वीं पास के लिए भर्ती

Govt Jobs: नौसेना के डॉकयार्ड में निकली 8वीं, 10वीं पास के लिए भर्ती

Govt Jobs नौसेना के डॉकयार्ड में निकली 8वीं, 10वीं पास के लिए भर्ती

  • Full Time
  • Maharashtra
  • Rs. 44,110 INR / Month

Indian Navy

Indian Navy

Govt Jobs: नौसेना के डॉकयार्ड में निकली 8वीं, 10वीं पास के लिए भर्ती

Govt Jobs: There is an opportunity to do apprenticeship in Naval Dockyard Mumbai under the Ministry of Defence. For this, those who have passed 8th and 10th along with ITI can also apply

Govt Jobs: Naval Dockyard Apprentice School, Mumbai, under the Ministry of Defence, has invited applications for apprenticeship. Under this, there is an opportunity for apprenticeship training for those doing ITI in trades like fitter, electrician, mechanic. Application for this apprenticeship opportunity has started from 16th March. The last date to fill the form is 5th April. Govt Jobs: नौसेना के डॉकयार्ड में निकली

According to the notification, there are a total of 301 vacancies for apprenticeship in Naval Dockyard Apprenticeship School. Application for this will have to be made in online mode. First of all, you have to register on the portal of National Apprenticeship Training Scheme (NATS). After this application
This has to be done by visiting dasapprenticembi.recttindia.in.

Apprenticeship Vacancy Details?

  • Fitter- 50
  • Mason (BC)- 08
  • I&CTSM-03
  • Electrician- 40
  • Electronics Mechanic- 26
  • Electroplater- 01
  • Foundry Man- 01
  • Mechanic (Diesel)- 35
  • Equipment Mechanic-07
  • MMTM- 13

Educational qualification?

For apprenticeship in ITI trades, one must have done ITI in the relevant trade. Whereas for the post of Rigger in Non-ITI Apprenticeship, one should have passed 8th. Whereas for Forger Heat Treater one should have 10th pass.

Age limit?

Candidates age should be minimum 14 years and maximum 21 years.

Physical parameters?

Length- 150 cm
Weight- at least 45 kg
Chest- should expand at least 5 cm

Praveen Chauhan

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