A Pilot is a person who is responsible for safe and economic operation and management of aircraft. He is responsible pre-flight preparations like filing the fligh plan and calculating fuel required. He monitors airdraft conditions and passenger needs. He also interpret complex data, exercising hand-eye coordination and situational awareness. He reacts quickly and makes important decision in a critic situation. Information about the route, passengers, weather and aircraft is all with Pilot only.
Vizag Port Trust Recruitment 2015 for Pilot details:-
Last date for application submission: 10th September 2015
Number of Posts: 02 posts
Pay Scale: INR 29100 – 54500/- per month
- Must hold a certificate of competency as master of foreign going ship issued by the Ministry of Shipping Govt. of India or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of Shipping Govt. of India.
- One year post qualification experience as Master/Chief Officer of a foreign going ship.
SC/ST: 5 years
How To Apply:
Applications in the model pro-forma and filled in be submitted along with relevant copies of certificates, testimonials duly attested, two recent passport size photos, latest Caste Certificate whether belongs to ST/SC should be sent by post to “The Secretary, 1st Floor, Administrative Office Building, Visakhapatnam Port Trust, Visakhapatnam-530 035” on or before 10/09/2015. The postal cover SUPERSCRIBING the cover “APPLICATION TO THE POST OF PILOT (CLASS-I)”.
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Vizag Port Trust is situated between Chennai and Kolkata. It was opened in the year 1933. It is owned by Ministry of Shipping, Government of India and operated by Vishakhapatnam Port Trust. The port is India’s second largest port by volume of cargo handled. It has three harbours, outer harbor, inner harbor and the fishing harbor. Shri M.T Krishna Babu is the current Chairman of this port. The annual revenue of the port in the year 2009-10 was Rs. 660 crores
One of the State among 29th state of India, Andhra Pradesh is located in the southeastern coast of the nation. It is covering an area of 1,60,205 square kilometers of India. It is the tenth largest state which has population of approximate inhabitants of 8.46 crores, out of which 4,24,42,146 are male and 4,21,38,631 are females, ratio of the state is 993 and literacy rate is 67.02% as per census 2011. On 2nd June 2014, the state is divided and formed a new state named “Telangana”. Hyderabad is the capital city of State, which is de jure capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. As the state is located on the sea coast of Bay of Bengal, it makes Andhra Pradesh rich in agriculture-based industry. The economy of Andhra Pradesh is mainly based on agriculture and livestock, It is known as “Rice Bowl of India”. 60 percent of population of State is engaged in agriculture sector. The state is one of the store house of mineral resources of the country. It is a home of PepsiCo, Isuzu Motors, Cadbury India, Kellogg’s, Colgate, Palmolive, Kobelco etc. Andhra Pradesh is is also a largest producer of eggs in the country, therefore it is also called “Egg Bowl of Asia”. Telugu is the official language of Andhra Pradesh. It is rich in culture in terms of worships, literature, arts, music, spicy cuisine, architecture, dance and literature. The state experiences monsoon climate all throughout the year. Hyderabad is mainly famous for its Char Minar. Bollywood actress Tabu belongs to Hyderabad.
Visakhapatnam is the largest city of Andhra Pradesh. It is the financial capital of Andhra Pradesh. Its economy contributes in the sectors of heavy industries, tourism, industrial minerals, fishing and information technology. In terms of cargo handled Visakhapatnam Port is the 5th busiest port in India. The city has the headquarters of Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy and also the home to the oldest shipyard. Visakhapatnam is often known as “The Jewel of the East Coast”. Telugu is the official Language of the city.
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