Mazagon Dock Limited Recruitment 2021 has released a Notification for 1501 Non-Executive Posts. Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited, formerly called Mazagon Dock Limited, is a shipyard situated in Mazagaon, Mumbai. It manufactures warships and submarines for the Indian Navy and offshore platforms and associated support vessels for offshore oil drilling. It also builds tankers, cargo bulk carriers, passenger ships and ferries.
The shipyards of MDL were established in the 18th century. Ownership of the yards passed through entities including the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company and the British-India Steam Navigation Company. Eventually, ‘Mazagon Dock Limited’ was registered as a public company in 1934. The shipyard was nationalised in 1960 and is now a Public Sector Undertaking of the Government of India.
MDL Recruitment 2022 Important Dates:
Starting Date: 25 January 2022
Last Date: 08 February 2022
MDL Recruitment 2022 Vacancy Details:
Here is the MDL Recruitment 2022 vacancy details are mentioned below.
Non- Executives – 1501 Vacancies
Eligibility Criteria for MDL Recruitment 2022:
Eligibility Criteria for MDL Recruitment 2022 are mentioned below.
- Minimum – 18 Years
- Maximum – 38 Years
Educational Qualification For MDL Recruitment 2022:
The educational qualification for MDL Recruitment 2022 is mentioned below.
Candidates should have passed in SSC, ITI, Diploma or equivalent qualification from a recognised University.
Selection Process MDL Recruitment 2022:
The selection process for the MDL Recruitment 2022 post was made on the basis of the
- Written Test
- Trade Test
- Skill Test
Salary: The salary for the MDL Recruitment 2022 are mentioned below.
The selected candidates will get a salary of Rs. 13,200 to Rs. 79,380/-
Application Fee for MDL Recruitment 2022:
- General, EWS, OBC candidates can pay the fee of Rs.100/-
- For SC, ST, PWD candidates no need to pay the fee
How to Apply for MDL Recruitment 2022:
candidates are required to Apply Online for the MDL vacancy please go through the given below links.