New Mangalore Port Trust Recruitment for Graduate / Diploma Apprentice Trainees at Panambur, Last Date – 25 March 2021

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Engagement of Graduate / Diploma Apprentice Trainee as per the Apprentice Act, 1961 / Apprentices Amendment Act, 1973 (as amended from time to time)

Job Positions

  • Graduate / Diploma Apprentice Trainee

Job Details

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Number of Openings


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Desired Experience

0 Years


As per Company Standards

Qualification Criteria

  • BE, BTech, Diploma
  • 2018, 2019 and 2020 Passout

Skills Requirement

Key Skills


Job Description

  • New Mangalore Port Trust, Panambur invites applications from Engineering Graduates / Diploma holders in Mechanical, Civil, Computer Science and Diploma in commercial Practice passed out in the year 2018, 2019 and 2020 for engagement as Graduate / Diploma Apprentice Trainee for a period of one year.

Important Instructions

Instructions to Apply

  • Last Date to Apply – 25.3.2021

How to Apply ?

Please read all job details clearly and apply exactly as mentioned below only if you meet eligibility criteria.


Last Date to Apply: 25/03/2021

New Mangalore Port Trust

About Company: Mangalore has a long history dating back to the early Christian era. Mangalore is mentioned in the manuscripts of the Great Library of Alexandria, Egypt. Roman history describes Mangalore as a Port on the mouth of the river Netras (Netravati) as the old port was located at the confluence of Gurpur and Netravati rivers. Greek drama also alludes to Mangalore described as Mangala. Ptolemy, the astronomer and famous explorer of the 2nd century makes a mention of Mangalore in his travelogue. During the time of Vijayanagara Empire, Arab traders had established a flourishing trade in silk and spices between Mangalore and West Asia and even now is known as the Gateway of Karnataka.

Situated at the convergence of Gurupur and Nethravathi rivers, the Old Port (Bunder) had its own constraints to meet the growing demand for sea trade. The need for a new port was felt and the New Mangalore Port was born.

The Mangalore Harbour Project was set up in the year 1962. The maritime works on the project commenced in 1968. The New Mangalore Port, the only Major Port of Karnataka was declared as the 9th Major Port on 4th May 1974 and was formally inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India, Smt. Indira Gandhi on 11th January 1975. The provisions of the Major Port Trust Act 1963 were applied to NMPT with effect from 1.4.1980. Since then the Port has been functioning as a centre of activities for Importers and Exporters of this region.
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