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MERCHANT NAVY CAREER & MERCHANT NAVY ENTRANCE EXAM - 2015


MERCHANT NAVY CAREER & MERCHANT NAVY ENTRANCE EXAM - 2015

AN international trade, shipping  offers fascinating career as seafarers (those who earn their living by service at sea). The  profession is widely described as challenging, adventurous and highly paid.

About 90 per cent of the global goods transportation takes place through sea routes by purpose-built merchant vessels.




“The total number of ships across the world is about 50,500. India has got a total of 35,000 officers and 110,000 seafarers while the world shipping needs around 466,000 officers and 721,000 seafarers. At the start of the year, there was a shortage of around 10,000 officers globally. India accounts for around 5 per cent of world manning,” says an expert in an industry magazine’s recent issue.


Diverse Opportunities


In modern day shipping, the sector involves ocean management, ports, logistics, shipbuilding, supply chain management, personnel recruitment and ship-management.



Job profiles: There are basically three streams of employment On board a ship – deck officers, engineers and ratings. Deck officers have the responsibility of navigation, safe and efficient movement of the ship and cargo.

Engineers are primarily needed to look after the engine, which in case of a ship is not only gigantic but also complicated. Ratings are such staff on board a ship who offer physical help in carrying out various functions. Typically, each of these three departments has well organized hierarchy. Deck officers are headed by the Master, also called Captain. 

Similarly, the engine department is headed by the Chief Engineer and the ratings are headed by a Boatswain. A Master or a Chief Engineer is assisted by many junior colleagues, who have the same basic qualification but not the same sea-experience and certificates of competency as the Master or a Chief Engineer. And in order to gain the sea-experience and different competency certificates, they need to not only find and continue with the sea job but also take the post-sea competency examinations from time to time to facilitate their promotions.

The demand-supply mismatch in the manning sector has led to faster promotions and a fresh graduate in nautical science or marine engineering can  expect to rise to the top-most level in the official hierarchy in about six years.

The day at sea is divided into six four-hour periods. Three group of watch standers are on duty for four hours and then off for eight hours. Seamen often work overtime during their off time.


The following programmes are offered by the Indian Maritime University at is campuses and affiliated:

Undergraduate programmes - UG

1. B.Tech (Marine Engineering) 

2. B.Tech (Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering) 

3. B.Sc (Ship Building & Repair) 

4. B.Sc (Maritime Science) 

5. B.Sc (Nautical Science) 

6. Diploma in Nautical Science leading to B.Sc. (Applied Nautical Science) 

Postgraduate programmes - PG
 
1. MBA (Port and Shipping Management) 

2. MBA (International Transportation and Logistics Management) 

3. M.Tech (Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering) 

4. M.Tech (Dredging and Harbour Engineering) 

Postgraduate Diploma programmes - PDG

1. PGDME :  Post Graduate Diploma in Marine Engineering 



Admission in B. Sc ship Building and repair and B.tech Naval Architecture* is done through Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Indian Maritime University (IMU). The Computer-based CETs for IMUs UG and PG programmes are scheduled to be held on 9th May 2015 between 2pm – 5pm in a single shift. Last date for Online Registration is 22nd  April 2015

 



Rankings On board
Master: A Master who is also called Captain of the ship is the highest officer aboard a ship. He oversees all ship operations and keeps the records of the ship. He is also supposed to take care of accounting and bookkeeping functions. He takes command of the vessel in inclement weather and in crowded or narrow water. He receives and implements instructions from the employers. His salary could be in the range of $10,000 and above.

Chief OFFICER: He is next only to the Master. Traditionally, a chief officer is responsible for stowage, cargo-handling, and organization of works for other seamen. He also assists the master in the navigating duties. Salary—$8,000 and above.

Second OFFICER: Practically the ship’s navigation officer, he is also in charge of twelve to four watch.
Keeps all the books and charts up to date, monitors navigation equipment on bridge. He is also the ship’s medical officer. Salary—$6,000 and above.

Third OFFICER: He is in charge of four to eight watch and is directly responsible for all deck operations — cargo storage and handling, deck maintenance and deck supplies. Salary—$4,000 and above.
 
Course for Ratings

Six-month Pre-Sea course for General Purpose Rating (GP Rating)

Six-Month Pre-Sea course for General Purpose Rating for Fitters/Petty Officers.
Eligibility: Pass with aggregate 40% marks in 10th standard from a recognized Board with Science, Mathematic as subjects and with minimum 40 percent marks in English language.
Or pass in 2-year ITI course from government approved institute. Minimum 50 percent aggregate marks in final year and minimum 40 percent marks in English at 10th or diploma exam.
Age: Between 17  to 25 years. 

Chief ENGINEER: He is the senior-most engineer officer and therefore responsible for the satisfactory working and upkeep of the engine room and its various components. Salary—$10,000 and above.

Second ENGINEER: In charge of four to eight watch. Usually works from eight to four, handling engine maintenance. He assigns duties to unlicensed personnel. Salary—$6,000 and above.

Third ENGINEER: In charge of twelve to four watch. Salary—$4,000 and above.

Fourth ENGINEER: He is generally the most junior marine engineer on the ship. He is usually responsible for electrical, sewage treatment, lube oil, bilge, and oily water separation systems. Salary—$3,000 and above.

Other staff onboard
Following personnel come from the Ratings streams and command a monthly salary of about $1,000.

Rating: Seaman, forming a support team on the ship.

Pumpman: A rating who operates pumps in an oil tanker and maintains and repairs all cargo handling equipment on tankers.
Ordinary SEAMAN: A deck crew member who is subordinate to the able bodied seaman.

Able BODIED SEAMAN: He is a  member of the deck crew who is able
to perform all the duties of an experienced seaman.

Fitter: Trained in welding, refrigeration, lathe operation, die-casting, electricity, pumping, water purification, oiling, evaluating engine gauges and
one who actively helps in the engine maintenance.

Electrical OFFICER: Well qualified hand who undertakes maintenance and repair works of electrical and electronic equipment aboard a vessel. His salary could be higher depending on his qualification and competency.
 
Chief COOK: Shipboard hand who cooks and bakes. His salary could be higher depending on his qualification and competency.
Boatswain (BOSUN): The highest uncertified rating in the deck department who has immediate charge of all deck hands and who in turn comes under the direct orders of the master or chief mate or mate.


HOW TO JOIN MERCHANT NAVY/ ENTRANCE EXAMINATION 2015 

To Get Into Any Course Candidates Should Appear For Two Different Examinations :
1. I.M.U C.E.T 2015 - Indian Maritime University Conducts Common Entrance Test 2015.

2. SHIPPING COMPANY SPONSORSHIP TESTS 2015 - Different Shipping Companies Conduct Sponsorship Tests for Pre Sea Trainings.

ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCESS

B1. If you are a New Applicant, please CLICK HERE to fill the Online Application form.

B2. If you have already made the payment through SBI Challan, please CLICK HERE to enter the Payment details and complete the Online Registration Process.

AUGUST 2015 BATCH
Important Dates:

Online Registration window opens from : 23rd Feb 2015Last date for Online Registration : 22nd April 2015
Date of Computer - Based CET : 9th May 2015, 2pm – 5pm
Date of Publication of Results : 14th May 2015
Date of Commencement of Programmes : 3rd August 2015Hall Ticket can be downloaded : From 24th April 2015

The Computer-based CETs for IMU’s UG and PG programmes are scheduled to be held on 9th May 2015   Afternoon between 2 pm and 5 pm in a single shift.


They will be held simultaneously in the following 35 cities across India: 
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Bhopal KolkataRanchi 
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Chandigarh Lucknow Siliguri
Chennai Meerut Srinagar 
Cochin Mumbai Trivandrum 
Coimbatore Muzaffurpur  Varanasi 
Dehradun Nagpur  Visakhapatnam 
Guwahati New Delhi 
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