MMRCL Recruitment 2017 

Total No Posts - 90 Posts

Last Date 11 December @

Job Details :
1) Post Name : Interns
No. of Vacancy : 90 Posts
Pay scale : Not Specified
Qualification : Inter CA, CA Fresher or MBA, MMS, PGDM, BMS in HR or Final year students in M.Tech / B.Tech – Civil or Graduate in Civil Engineering or Architecture/Planning and pursuing PG; ME or M. Tech with 2 semesters completed or Final year students in M.Tech / B.Tech -Elec , Electronics, IT or MCA / MBA-IT.
Age Limit : As per MMRCL rules.

Department wise vacancy of Interns :
Finance : 05 Posts
Human Resource : 05 Posts
Projects(Civil Eng) : 50 Posts
Urban Transport Planning / Public relationsn / Land & R&R / Environment : 20 Posts
Systems(Electrical / Information Technology) : 10 Posts

Job Location : Mumbai (Maharashtra)

Other Jobs :

Selection Process : Selection will be based on Personal Interview.

Application Fee : There is no application fee.

How to Apply : Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with relevant documents send to MMRC, BKC Office on or before 11.12.2017. Candidate may also send by mail to or before 11.12.2017

Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date For Submission Of Application form : 11.12.2017
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