Tradesman (Skilled) Vacancies in Naval Dockyard Mumbai Naval Dockyard Mumbai Recruitment 2015 – Naval Dockyard Mumbai released the jobs notification for 299 Tradesman (Skilled) recruitment 2015.

Naval Dockyard Mumbai Vacancy / Recruitment details:

Post Name Vacancies Minimum Qualification
Tradesman Skilled 299 posts 10th with apprenticeship training in the trade (or) Mechanic or equivalent with two years regular service in the appropriate Technical Branch of the Army, Navy and Air force.
Age Limit: 18-25 as on Closing date of Registration form.
Pay Scale: Rs.5200-20200/- Grade pay Rs. 1900/-
Apply one before the Last Date of Receipt Application Form: 20 May 2015
Selection / Recruitment Process will be written examination.

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