Visakhapatnam Port Trust Recruitment 2016

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Visakhapatnam Port Trust has released Notification Regrading Visakhapatnam Port Trust Direct Recruitment 2016 .Visakhapatnam Port Trust Has Invited Application Form For 01 Sr. Deputy Chief Accounts Officer. All Eligible Candidates Are Required To check Eligibility details for Visakhapatnam Port Trust Job Advertisement and Apply Online Before Or On 31-07-2016. It is proposed to fill up the post of Sr. Dy. CAO (Cl.I) on scale of pay of Rs.32900-58000. The post is to be filled up by absorption through Composite Method, Officers holding analogous posts or Dy. CAO and equivalent posts in respective discipline of Finance Department in the scale of pay of Rs.24900-50500 with 03 years regular service in the grade Rs.24900-50500 in a Major Port Trust or Dy. CAO and equivalent post in respective discipline of Finance Department with 02 years regular service in the grade and a combined regular service of 07 years in the scales of pay of Rs. 20600-46500 and Rs.24900-50500 in the respective discipline of Finance Department in a Major Port will be eligible (RR enclosed). We are Interested Candidates may apply On Or Before Last Date . For More Details as given below ..

Visakhapatnam Port Trust Direct Recruitment 2016

Direct Recruitment No Of Posts : 01 

Name of Post :
Sr. Deputy Chief Accounts Officer 
Qualification :  
Member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India or of Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India with 12 Years experience in executive cadre in the field of Finance, Accounting in an Industrial /Commercial/ Govt. Undertaking.

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Age Limit : 
Candidates upper age limit should not exceed 42 years. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules. For Post Wise Age Details go to Official Notification

Pay Scale :
INR Rs. 32,00-58,000/-

Selection Process : 
For Selection Process Details go to Official Notification.

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How to Apply :  
All Interested and Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with self-attested copies of relevant documents, experience certificate send to The Secretary, Visakhapatnam Port Trust, Visakhapatnam-530035 on or before 28.07.2016. 

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Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Submission of Application : 28.07.2016

You may get other details about Visakhapatnam Port Trust Direct Recruitment 2016 through this Official Notification  .Interested aspirants can stay connected with web portal to achieve latest updates for Visakhapatnam Port Trust.

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About Visakhapatnam Port Trust
Visakhapatnam Port is one of the leading major ports of India. The Port is located on the east coast of India in between Chennai and Kolkata at a latitude of 17042' 00'' North and longitude of 83023' 00'' East and the  time zone  is GMT + 5:30. The Port has three harbours viz., outer harbour, inner harbour and the fishing harbour. The outer harbour with a water spread of 200 hectares has 6 berths and the inner harbour  with a water spread of 100 hectares  has 18 berths.
Bestowed  with  natural deep-water basins, the outer harbour is capable of accommodating vessels up to 200,000 DWT and draft upto 18.1 meters.The inner  harbour is capable of accommodating  fully laden Panamax vessels with draft upto 14.5 meters, with tide advantage.
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Visakhapatnam was an ancient Port city which had trade relations with the Middle East and Rome. Ships were anchored at open roads and were loaded with cargo transported from Visakhapatnam shore by means of small Masula boats. A reference to Vizagapatam merchant is available in the inscriptions of Sri Bheemeswara Swamy temple (1068 AD), East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh. During 12th century AD, Vizagapatam was a fortified merchandize town managed by a guild. It has become a settlement of a branch of East India Company in 1682. Rs. 83 lakh worth of goods were moved through Vizagapatam / Bhimunipatnam in 1882-83.
Principal commodities traded at anchorage Port included Muslin cloth - manufactured at Uppada (East Godavari District), Manganese ore - exports to UK and USA, Oilseeds, jaggery, jute and indigo, hides and skins. Extensive trade relations existed with Burma. Vessels of British India Steam Navigation Company regularly visited the Port.
With the advent of British Rule, in 1858, the need for a port in this part of the country was emphasized in a report of a British Survey Party. Later in 1877 a report called Vizag the Port of Central Provinces further emphasized the need for construction of a Port at Visakhapatnam. It was only after the I World War (1914-18) that the proposal of Col.H.Cartwright Reid of British Admiralty for construction of a harbour at Visakhapatnam at the mouth of river Meghadrigedda was approved by the Government.
The unique feature of the harbour has been the Island Break-water, constructed by scuttling two old ships JANUS and WELLESDON which form the skeleton around which a rubble mound is formed. Two engineers Mr.W.C.Ash and Mr.D.B.Rattenberry were instrumental in making this engineering marvel a reality.
The existing land locked Inner Harbour was built by Bengal Nagpur Railway between 1927 and 1933 to provide sea outlet for Manganese ore of the Central Provinces(Madhya Pradesh).
The location of the port is very ideal in the sense that it affords protection from cyclones which strike the east coast regularly, by a high promontory into the sea, knon as Dolphin’s Nose Hill which is to the north of the entrance channel. The low tidal range of a maximum of 1.82 meters is also advantageous for the location of the port.
The harbour was constructed by dredging 281.8 million cu.ft. of land and soft material. It consisted of outer channel, inner channel, island breakwater, sand trap, turning basin, quay wall of 1600 ft (3 berths), two transit sheds, three storage sheds, open storage area, four electric quay cranes, three NG Locos, one weigh bridge, railway track, 15 sq. miles of acquired land and other facilities like, graving dock, dredgers, tugs, lighters, power house, work shop, roads, drains, water supply, buildings etc. The Port was constructed at a cost of Rs.378 lakhs.
The Port was opened to ocean traffic with the arrival of a passenger vessel S.S.JALADURGA of the Scindia Steam Navigation Co., on the 7th October, 1933. The Port was formally inaugurated by His Excellency Lord Willingdon, the then Viceroy and Governor General of India on 19th December 1933.
In the first year of operation, the Port handled a traffic of 1.3 lakh tonnes. The exports were 1.2 lakh tonnes and imports 0.1 lakh tonnes. The principal exports were manganese ore and groundnuts. The imports consisted of rice, flour, tiles and other consumer goods. The cargo was transported through bullock carts.
During the years of II World War (1939-42) the Port assumed military importance. After the war and country’s independence, the planned development of the Port started with the commencement of Five Year Plans of the country. Substantial investments were made in the successive Five Year Plans for developing the infrastructure in the Port.
The metamorphosis of the small Port with 3 berths and with initial annual traffic of 1.3 lakh tonnes into a leading Major Port with 24 berths and annual throughput of 65 million tonnes involed many landmarks.
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