Faculty of Maritime Studies
Department of Nautical Science
Eligibility: (a) Pass in 12 th Standard examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English as separate subjects with a PCM average of not less than 60%. (b) The candidate must have secured minimum 50% marks in English language in 10th or 12th standard exam (As per DGS Norms).
Relaxation of 5% in English marks will be applicable to candidates who are native of the Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands and belong to their Scheduled Tribes and who & both of whose parents were born in those islands & belong to the Scheduled Tribes of those islands. For SC/ST candidates: There will be a 5% relaxation in eligibility marks of PCM; however, it will not apply to English Marks.
Note: The candidate must have passed the 10th and 12th standard from a recognized board.
Qualifying in IMU CET is mandatory for admission.
Passport is mandatory.
Sanctioned Strength: 360
Course Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) (residential course)
Age Limit: Below 25 years at the time of commencement of the Programme.
Note: 1. The maximum age limit for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) / Scheduled Tribe (ST) Category shall be relaxed by 5 years.
2. The maximum age limit for candidates belonging to Non–creamy layer of Other Backward Classes (OBC) Category shall be relaxed by 3 Years.
3. The maximum age limit for women candidates of each Category shall be relaxed by additional 2 Years.
Medical Standard: Candidates seeking admission to this Nautical Science Programme must be medically fit including eye sight and hearing as prescribed in the Merchant Shipping (Medical Examination) Rules, 2000, as amended.
There shall be no evidence of any morbid condition of either eye or of the lids of either eye which may be liable to risk of aggravation or recurrence. Candidates must possess good binocular vision (Fusion faculty and full field of vision in both eyes). Movement of the eyeballs must be full in all directions and the pupils should react normally to light and accommodation. Normal colour vision shall be tested by Ishihara Test Chart. Distance Vision unaided 1.0*(6/6) in the better eye and 0.67*(6/9) in another eye.
At the time of admission, candidates will be required to produce a certificate of medical fitness issued by doctors approved by the Directorate General of Shipping, Mumbai.
https://www.dgshipping.gov.in/WriteReadData/userfiles/file/Medical List for Regular 04052023.pdf
Boys and Girls are eligible to apply.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
PEO1: Become successful navigating officer who are able to be competent, innovative and productive in addressing the needs of the Industry and to pursue higher education and research as well.
PEO2: Grow professionally with their knowledge, understanding and proficiency skills and scale up to higher levels of competency.
Program Outcomes (PO)
PO1: Apply knowledge of mathematics and science, and engineering in their specialization involving complex engineering problems.
PO2: Analyze a problem, identify, formulate and solve engineering problems using basic fundamental principles of mathematics and science.
Programme Specific Objectives (PSOs)
PSO1: Attain proficiency in all aspects of Navigation and ship board operations, and also excel in problem solving by operating as a team to find solutions of various issues in that may arise on board the ship.
PSO2: Operate effectively in a professional environment by executing quality cargo related work on board ships and applying modern tools and techniques of navigation and cargo systems.