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Hindustan Shipyard Ltd hiring "Management Trainees" for B.E/B.Tech/CA/MBA/PGDM Freshers - Apply Online

Hindustan Shipyard Ltd hiring "Management Trainees". Hiring B.E/B.Tech/CA/MBA/PGDM Freshers. Interested and Eligible candidates can apply online and send their documents through postal on or before 28 February 2015.

Company Name Hindustan Shipyard Ltd
Qualification B.E/B.Tech/CA/MBA/PGDM
Experience Freshers
Job Role Management Trainees
Job Location Visakhapatnam
Last Date to Apply 28th Feb 2015
Salary 15000/-month
Industry Core/Tech/Govt

Desired Profile:
  • Full-time Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Technology from a recognized Indian University/Institute with minimum 60% of marks in the aggregate of all years/semesters in the discipline of Mechanical/Marine/Mechanical and IE/Mechanical and PE/Production Engineering.
Mandatory Documents:
  • Print out of the filled Online Application
  • DD (Candidate should write his/her ONLINE Registration Number, Name, and Date of Birth at the back side of the Demand Draft (DD))
  • Attested copies of Degree/PG Marks lists, Provisional Certificate, Proof of Date of Birth, Caste Certificate, Experience certificates and Annexure-I if applicable
Apply Mode: Online and Postal

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About Company:

Hindustan Shipyard founded as the Scindia Shipyard and it was built by industrialist Walchand Hirachand as a part of The Scindia Steam Navigation Company Ltd. Walchand selected Vishakhaptnam as a strategic and idle location and took possession of land in November, 1940. The World War II was going on and in April 1941, the Japanese bombed the town. However, Walchand was unfettered and decided to go ahead with his plan of building a shipbuilding industry in India.

The first ship to be constructed fully in India after independence was built at the Scindia Shipyard and named Jal Usha. It was launched in 1948 by Jawaharlal Nehru by the first Prime Minister of India, at a ceremony where, of course, the families of Seth Walchand Hirachnd, late Narottam Morarjee and Tulsidas Kilachand, the partners of Scindia Shipyard, were present along with other dignitaries and industrialists.