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ECDIS Ship Manoeuvring Simulator & Bridge Team Work (SMS)
Eligibility
Duration: 5 DAYS
Intake Capacity: 8 CANDIDATES PER BATCH Course Commencement: EVERY WEEK
Approval Date: TR/A/22/2010 dated 27/07/2010
Course Commencement

The trainee should be in possossion of Chief mate (F.G.) Certificate of Competency or Mate (H.T.) Certificate of Competency and sea-service of at least 18 months as a certified watch keeping officer.

 
 

ECDISElectronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS)

Eligibility
Duration: 5 DAYS
Intake Capacity: 12 CANDIDATES PER BATCH Course Commencement: EVERY WEEK
Approval Date: TR/A/96/2013 dated 16/04/2013

Our ECDIS course is conducted on TRANSAS Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS Simulator and the route mintoring excercises and evaluation is conducted on TRANSAS Navi-Trainer Professional 5000 navigation simulator with integrated ECDIS TRANSAS NS 4000.

Security Training for Seafarer with Designated Security Duties

Duration : 2 Days

Intake Capacity: 24 candidates per batch

Commencement: EVERY WEEK

Approval Date: TR/A/95/2014 dated 20/05/2014

 

Diploma in Nautical Science leading to Bsc in Nautical Science.
Eligibility
Duration: 1 Years
Intake Capacity: 40 Students per Batch
Course Commencement

A Deck Cadet after successful completion of the course,  joins vessel as a Deck Cadet or Trainee Navigating Officer. After completion of Deck Apprentice period of 36 months (24 months with Distance Learning Programme)  becomes eligible to appear for the Examination of 2nd Mates, conducted by Mercantile Marine Department, under D.G. Shipping, Govt of India. After obtaining Certificate of Competency for 2nd Mate, one becomes a full-fledged Navigating Officer. Gradually he can attain the highest position on board i.e. Master by clearing respective departmental examinations from time to time. In their Pre-sea Training Course they are trained in subjects like Navigation, Meteorology, Spherical Trigonometry, Chart Work, Bridge Equipment and Watch-keeping, Cargo Handling & Stowage, Ship Operation, Naval Architecture, Safety & Care of Persons, Ship Stability, Practical Seamanship, Boat Work, Ship Visits & Basic Computer Training.


Pre-Sea Training Course for G.P. Rating (GPR)
Eligibility
Duration: 6 Months
Intake
Capacity: 2 Batches of 40 Students Each
Course Commencement

General purpose ratings are trained in Deck Maintenance including Navigational jobs as well as the maintenance of Engine room machinery and other associated technical jobs. They are  trained on the subjects like English & Etiquette, Mathematics & Physics, Health Hazards & Personal Safety, Ships & Shipping Industry, use of Life Saving Appliances & Fire Fighting Appliances, Safe Working Practices on Deck & in Engine Room, First Aid, Nautical Terms, Navigation & watch-keeping, Ship's Maintenance, Signalling, Ship visits with separate Marine Engineering syllabi at the support level like Machinery in Engine-Room, Watch keeping duties in Engine-Room and Basic Environmental Protection. They even have the opportunity of becoming full-fledged Navigating Officers subject to fulfillment of D.G. Shipping guidelines.

*As per new DGS directive the training period for the Four basic mandatory modular Courses for G.P. Rating has been increased by 100%.

Certificate Course in Maritime Catering (CCMC)
Eligibility
Duration:6 Months
Intake Capacity: 40 Students per Batch
Course Commencement

A Saloon Rating after successful completion of pre-sea course,  joins vessel as General Steward or Trainee/2nd Cook and subsequently become Chief Cook/Chief Steward who is the in-charge of Catering Department. He takes care of Ship’s fooding, provision stores, general hygiene and house keeping. The Chief Cook is usually one of the most pampered and loved person on board. A few years of experience allows them to serve as specialist cook for different cuisines in “Cruise Liners” or join Star Hotels at shore. Pre-sea Saloon Rating course will cover common syllabi for the Ratings like, English (Nautical Terms), Etiquette, Mathematics, Physics, Health Hazards & Personal safety, Ships & Shipping Industries, Use of Life Saving & Fire Fighting Appliances, Safe Working Practices, First Aid, Navigation, Ship’s Maintenance, Signaling & Ship Visit. They also undertake exclusive training programme in subjects like Food Production, House keeping, Hygiene & Front Desk Service.

STCW Mandatory Courses

Mandatory Basic Modular Courses (As per STCW'95 Convention)
After Completion of Pre-sea Training all the candidates have to undergo the following STCW’95 Basic Familiarization Courses for the issuance of C.D.C.

Elementary First Aid (E.F.A)
Duration : 2 days
Objective : On completion of this course, the trainee will be able to provide immediate basic medical care at the scene of accident or in case of other medical emergencies.

Personal Survival Technique (P.S.T)
Duration: 3 Days
Objective: On completion of this course, the trainee will be able to react in a correct manner during emergency situations and take appropriate measures for his own and others survival and use Life Saving Appliances correctly. He will also acquire knowledge which in some instances will enable him to identify and correct defects and thereby evading emergencies.

 

Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities (P.S.S.R)
Duration: 3 Days
Objective: On completion of this course, the trainee should be able to identify potential areas of emergencies that may arise in the marine environment, whereby he can take effective steps to observe “Safe Working Practices” to eliminate personal injuries and accidents. It will also help the Trainee to create conducive atmosphere designed to boost high-spirited humane/social relationship amongst shipmates.

 

Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting (FP & FF)*
Duration: 3 Days
Objective: A trainee successfully completing this course will be able to react in a correct manner in the event of an out break of fire and to take appropriate measures for the safety of personnel and of the ship and to use the Fire Fighting Appliances correctly. He will also be able to identify and take corrective measures to prevent a fire from occurring.
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The Institute also offers:
Oil Tanker Familiarization Course (O.T.F) - Mandatory for all ratings & officers at entry level intending to serve onboard Oil Tankers.

Duration: 5 Days
Objective: On completion of this course, a trainee will be able to perform the specific duties and responsibilities pertaining to the Oil Tankers, like Cargo handling and allied equipments, care in transit with special emphasis on Prevention of Marine Pollution, safety and hazards relating to Tanker Operations.

 

 

Eligibility
Pre-Sea Deck Cadet

1 Year Diploma in Nautical Science, leading to B.Sc. (Nautical Science)

Stage 1 Semester Duration Teaching Method Award of Qualification
1 Semester 1 and 2 1 Year
(Pre Sea)
Purely Residential Diploma in Nautical Science
2 Semester 3, 4 & 5 1 Years onboard Ship (At sea) Distance Learning Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science
3 Semester 6 6 Months (Post Sea) Purely Residential B.Sc (Nautical Science) Degree by IMU. "Certificate of Competency" (COC) by D G Shipping, Govt. of India

Eligibility
Pass in (10+2) examination from a recognised Board/University with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM), with not less than 55% marks in PCM.

OR

With Physics as an individual subject in any of the years of B.Sc., with not less than 55% marks in the final year from a recognised University provided that the candidate must have passed (10+2) examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) from a recognised Board

OR

B.E/B.Tech. or its equivalent degree from I.I.T or from a college recognised by AICTE/UGC

AND

Sould have passed with not less than 50% marks in English as a seperate subject, at either 10th or 12th standard or in the Degree programe conducted by a recognised Board/University.

Age Limit:
Not more than 25 years. The age limit is relaxable by 2 years in case of female candidates and 5 years for SC/ST candidates.

Physical and Medical Standards:

Medically fit as per the standards set by Merchant Shipping Medical Examination Rules 2000 as ammended from time to time.

Eye Sight:

6/6 in each eye without visual aids. Normal color vision. Candidates will have to undergo a full eye sight test conducted by the Merchantile Marine Department (MMD) before being finally selected for the programme.

Prospectus and application Form of Diploma (Nautical Science) leading to B.Sc. (Nautical Science) can be collected in person from IMU headquarters or any Regional office of IMU. The form can also be downloaded from IMU website: http://www.imu.tn.nic.in

Pre-Sea General Purpose of Rating (GPR)
 
Minimum Academic Qualification Age Limit
Pass with aggregate 40% marks in 10th standard from a recognized Board with science, Mathematics as subjects with minimum 40% marks in English Language. Between 17.5 to 25 years

Pre-Sea Certificate Course in Maritime Catering (CCMC)

Minimum Academic Qualification Age Limit
Pass with aggregate 40% marks in 12th standard from any stream, from a recognized Board with English as a subject. The Candidate to obtain atleast 40% marks in English either at 10th or 12th standard. Between 17.5 to 25 years.

Course Commencement

1. Diploma in Nautical Science leading to Bsc. in Nautical Science- 40 Seats - Approval No. TR/A/72/2005

2. Pre-sea Training for Rating (GP)- 80 Seats - Approval No. TR/A/150/2001 & TR/A/29/2003

3. Certificate Course in Marine Catering - 40 Seats - Approval No. TR/A/152/2001
Diploma in Nautical Science leading to Bsc. in Nautical Science
Course Commencement: February & August every year.
Pre-Sea Training for G.P. Rating
Course Commencement: 1st January & 1st July of every year.
Certificate Course in Marine Catering 
Course Commencement: 1st January & 1st July of every year.

STCW MODULAR COURSES CAN BE CONDUCTED ON REQUEST.

 

 

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