A pre-sea training program for Graduate Mechanical Engineers approved y the Director General of Shipping Government of India. This program trains these 12 months Pre-Sea courses at the Academy imparts comprehensive training in Marine Engineering and Shipboard Practice. It Comprises of academics and ship familiarization along with Marine Workshop training (as per IMO modules) does at academy.
After completion of the courses at the Academy the candidate undergoes the four basic STCW course. The candidate is exempted from Class IV Part A COC & obtains it on the basis of Academy passing out certificate.
The candidates then join the shipping company’s vessels as Junior Engineers for sea time of 8 months where they undergo further practical training and maintain their TARB to ensure that the entire syllabus is covered and they get to do all tasks as prescribed.
After this he goes for this Class IV Part B, written & oral examination.
B.E. (Mech.) with 50% aggregate marks from AICTE approved Universities / Colleges. Minimum 50% marks in English at 10+2 or 10th level is a must. Fluency in written and spoken English.
Not exceeding 28 years on the date of commencement of training.
Medically fit with eyesight 6/6, with or without external aids. Maximum power permitted (+) 2.5 No. colour blindness. All candidates have to pass complete medical examination and mandatory tests prior to joining at the Academy. NMS have panel of qualified doctors and requirements as per ILO Convention 147 Seafarer’s Medical Examination.
NMS undertakes Aptitude, IQ, Reasoning and Psychometric tests followed by an interview. The final selection will only takes place after medical check-up through our panel Doctor.