Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
30-July-2015 16:51 IST
Contracts Secured by Goa Shipyard Ltd.

Following contracts have been signed in the last six months:-

·         Four 1000 Ton Fuel Barges for Indian Navy from Ministry of Defence (MoD).

·         Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) of Damage Control Simulator (DCS) for Indian Navy at INS Shivaji, Lonavala.

·         Setting up of Damage Control Simulator for Indian Navy at Shipwright School, Vizag including AMC.

·         Three Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) for Goa Police.

·         One Patrol Boat for Gujarat Maritime Board.

·         Ship repair orders for INS Sumedha of Indian Navy and Sindhu Sankalp of National Institute of Oceanography.

Further GSL has been nominated for the construction of 12 Mine Counter Measure Vessels (MCMVs) as per approval of DAC, for which the contract has not yet been signed.

The above contracts will be executed by employing the in house manpower of GSL and by resorting to outsourcing.  Augmentation of manpower, if necessary, would be taken up based on requirement of Projects.

GSL has a laid down policy for recruitment which is based on the provisions and guidelines of Government of India. GSL follows the procedure of compulsory notification of vacancies; provision of reservations, etc and the same process shall be followed for the recruitment in the aforesaid contracts.Following order are currently being executed by GSL:-

·         06 Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) for Indian Coast Guard.

·         02 OPVs for Government of Sri Lanka.

·         02 Fast Patrol Vessels for Government of Mauritius.

·         11 Fast Interceptor Boats for Government of Mauritius.

·         Setting up of Damage Control Simulator (DCS) at Myanmar.

·         Fishery Research Vessel for Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Kochi, GoI.

·         Annual maintenance contracts for:-


o   Survival at Sea Training Facility for ONGC.

o   DCS of Indian Navy at Kochi.

o   Shore Based Test Facility of Aeronautical Development Authority, GoI.

o   116 Interceptor Boats of Ministry of Home Affairs, GoI.

o   29 Patrol Boats of Government of Maharashtra.


This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh in a written reply to Shri Shanta Ram Naik in Rajya Sabha on Thursday, 30 July 2015.