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Ministry of Shipping Recruitment 2016 – 01 Vacancy – Adviser – Graduate, Post Graduate

Ministry of Shipping has issued a recruitment notification for the recruitment of Adviser through recruitment notification. Candidates who have completed Graduate, Post Graduate can apply for the new recruitment notification from   Ministry of Shipping.

Eligible candidates can apply offline for the Adviser Job on or before        15/3/2016. Find more information about the vacancy like Age limit, Selection Process, Qualification, Application fee, How to apply etc can be found below.

Company Name : Ministry of Shipping
Vacancy Name : Adviser
Educational Qualification : Any Graduate, Any Post Graduate
Total No of Vacancy : 01 Post
Salary : NA
Job Location : New Delhi
Last Date To Apply For This Job :  15/3/2016
Address For The Job Vacancy : Managing Director, Indian Ports Association, 1st Floor, NBCC Place , Lodi Road, New Delhi – 110003

Detail of  Post :

Context “Sagarmala” is an initiative which was announced by the then Prime Minister of India on 15th August ,2003 with the objective of achieving rapid capacity expansion, modernization of sea-ports along India’s coastline, development of inland and coastal navigation with the aim of promoting “ port-led development.” Recognizing the importance of the maritime sector in the economic growth, the Hon’ble President of India, in his address to the Parliament on 9th June, 2014, had stated that “The Government would evolve a model of port-led development.” It has, thereafter, been decided that the Ministry of Shipping shall be the nodal Ministry for Sagarmala initiative. Presently, the growth of India’s maritime sector is constrained due to many developmental, procedural and policy related challenges viz. involvement of multiple agencies in development of infrastructure to promote industrialization, trade, tourism and transportation; presence of a dual instructional structure that has led to development of major and non-major ports as separate, unconnected entities; lack of requisite infrastructure for evacuation from major and non-major ports leading to sub-optimal transport modal mix; limited hinterland linkages that increases the cost of transportation and cargo movement; limited development of centres for manufacturing and urban and economic activities in the hinterland; low penetration of coastal and inland shipping in India; limited mechanization and procedural bottlenecks and lack of scale, deep draft and other facilities at various ports in India. The Union Cabinet has given in principle approval for the concept and institutional framework of Sagarmala project.

Objectives Ministry of Shipping recognizes the need for actively engaging and involving state governments and relevant planning agencies at the state level into Sagarmala from the initial stages. The institutional framework of Sagarmala envisages the set up of State Sagarmala Committees (SSCs) at individual state level. In addition a Task Force is being set up for working with State Governments and for dissemination of knowledge and information regarding Sagarmala and for providing recommendations for development of maritime activities in States. A Community Development Fund is also envisaged for undertaking local interventions for strengthening economic development (skills, employment generation) of coastal communities, which would be undertaken mainly through state governments. While the Sagarmala initiative is being driven by the Ministry of Shipping, a large number of the individual initiatives would be implemented through individual state governments. Some examples of such initiatives would include road connectivity to/from ports, marine tourism development, development of Coastal Economic Regions (CERs), skills development and promotion of agriculture and MSME in coastal districts. While the major focus would be on the maritime states and UTs (Andhra Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar, Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Maharashtra, Odisha, Puduchery, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal), some noncoastal states would also be participating in specific Sagarmala projects (e.g. hinterland connectivity, dry ports, multi modal logistics parks etc). A Sagarmala Cell is being instituted within the Ministry for effective planning and coordination of initiatives under Sagarmala. The roe of a State Coordination Advisor is envisaged as part of the Sagarmala Cell, with the intention of ensuring that Sagarmala appropriately engages state governments at each stage of the programme. The State Coordination Advisor will report to Joint Secretary, Sagarmala.

Role  Review master plan of the CERs  Coordinate with the stakeholders to identify and define the implementing agencies.  Follow up with the implementing agencies for submission of project proposal.  Appraisal and approval of the prescribed Port augmentation projects, as per Government procedure, also covering project feasibility and viability funding.  Follow up within implementing agencies for the required clearances.  Inter-Ministerial coordination during project development and construction stages.  Coordinate with the consultants engaged with the development of the Industrial Corridors and Dedicated Freight Corridors including Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP).  Coordination with Ministry of Skill Development for skill and community development projects in coastal regions.  Preparation of agenda papers for the Sagarmala Coordination and Steering Committee (SCSC) meetings and all related work to its follow up with states and Ministries/Department.  Flag any delays in project implementation to the Sagarmala Cell.

Relevant experience-  Retired State/Central Government official with minimum six years JS/AS level experience in infrastructure/industrial projects/urban development planning/regional development planning/Industrial corridor in one of the maritime States.  Applicant having experience of PPP projects and/or project monitoring and/or community development projects shall be given preference.  Background of project finance will be an added advantage while selecting the candidate.

Age Limit- Maximum age limit is 65 years.

EmolumentsPension of the retired Government Servant will be deducted from the salary payable as per extant rules of re-employment of retired Government Servant.

Selection Procedure : 

Candidates can apply on or before           15/3/2016.

No detailed information about the selection procedure is mentioned in the recruitment notification.

How to apply ? :

The last date of submission of application is 15th March, 2016. Please apply in plain paper in enclosed proforma and attested copies of the testimonials to the: Managing Director, Indian Ports Association, 1st Floor, NBCC Place , Lodi Road, New Delhi – 110003

Important dates to remember :

Last Date to Apply for this job        15/3/2016



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