NMPA RECRUITMENT 2022 | Apply Online

NMPA RECRUITMENT 2022 | Apply Online

18 April, 2022


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.



Over the years the Port has grown from the humble beginning of handling less than a lakh tonnes of traffic to the present level of handling 39.15 million tonnes during the last financial year 2019-20. The major commodities exported through the Port are POL Products, iron ore pellets, containerized cargo, etc. The major commodities imported through the Port are POL Crude for MRPL, Cement, coal, fertilizer, edible oil, liquid chemicals, containerized cargo etc. The Port is providing all the facilities for handling the cargo of mega Industries like MRPLONGC, OMPL, KIOCL, TOTAL GAZ, MCF, HPCL,IOC, UPCL, etc.


Applications are invited from the eligible Indian Nationals for the following 2 posts of Medical Officers on a Long Term Contract basis:


Name of The Post

No of Vacancies

Medical Officer



1) Medical Officer

 Age Limit:

✔️ From 65 Years.


 Pay Scale:- : Rs. 60,000/- per month


Educational Qualification:

✔️ MBBS Degree from a recognized university.

✔️ Minimum One year of clinical experience in a Hospital after the completion of Internship of one year.

✔️ Medical Officers retired (below 65 years) from Government / Public / Private Sectors can also apply

Desirable: Post Graduate Medical Degree / PG Diploma from a Recognized University /AFIH Course

 Application Fee:

✔️ No Fee


Selection Process: The selection will be based on shortlisting and interview


     How to Apply:(CLICK HERE)

    ✔️ Step-1: Candidates are requested to fill the online application correctly which is available on the NHSRC website

    ✔️ Step-2: Read CAREFULLY all the instructions given on the website.

    ✔️ Step-3: Applications not forwarded through proper channel or those received without the requisite certificates and necessary documents will not be entertained.

    ✔️ Step-4: Candidates before applying must ensure that they meet eligibility criteria as stipulated in the advertisement

    ✔️ Step-5: Applications will be accepted in the prescribed online application format only.

    ✔️ Step-6: After registering online, the candidates are advised to take a printout of the system generated online application form.

    For detailed Information Visit

    Last date for receipt of applications will be on 30/04/2022.

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