Career Path

  • 1 year training
  • Exempted from appearing in MEO CLASS IV PART A examination
  • Six months duly documented sea service as assistant marine engineer officer in charge of an engineering watch
  • Completion of advanced safety training courses AFF, PSCRB, MFA and three months preparatory course (optional) to obtain marine engineering officer class iv certificate of competency - appear for MEO CL-IV PART 'B' MMD examination - obtain MEO CL-IV certifcate of competency
  • 12 months approved sea service as MEO CL-IV engineering officer in charge of an engineering watch
  • 4 months training course - appear MMD examination MEO CL-II PART B - obtain CLASS II marine engineering officer certificate of competency ( DME to appear for PART A)
  • 18 months approved sea service as MEO CL - II officer in charge of an engineering watch
  • 2 months engineering management training course - obtain CLASS I marine engineering officer certificate of competency
  • Promoted to chief engineering officer

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GP Rating

Candidate should have B.E. / B.Tech., in Mechanical Engineering or Naval Architecture with minimum 50% marks in final year. The candidate should have obtained at least 50 % in English at 10th or 12th std, or degree course.

Eligibility

graduate marine engineering

Maximum age should not exceed 28 years as on the date of commencement of course.

Age Limit

graduate marine engineering

Physically fit and should meet the medical requirements as specified by DGS guidelines, eyesight 6/12 in each eye without visual aids. Maximum power permitted + 2.5. No colour blindness.

Medical Standards

 

Graduate Marine Engineering

GME Course is a one year Pre-Sea Training course leading to Class IV Marine Engineer Officer Certificate of competency, awarded by the ministry of shipping Government of India, after six months of sea service, enabling the cadets to become Marine Engineers on board Merchant Naval ships anywhere in the world. This course is strictly residential.

Are you looking for an exciting and excellent career in Merchant Navy? Then, you are in the right place. Choose a profession that will reward you in many ways. Take up the Graduate Marine Engineers Programme and set sail on a career that will take you places. Getting your dream job in Merchant Navy is a step away. Quickly take a look at the following criteras to know better.

For course details, eligibility and availability call +91 44 28236869 or Fill our enquiry form to contact us.

Qualification

Category (a) – A full time BE / B. Tech in all Mechanical Engineering streams e.g. Mechanical and Automation, Mechanical and Electronics, Mechanical and Automobile etc. However, the word “Mechanical” should be first indicating that mechanical engineering is the core and the second subject is the elective.

OR

Category (b) – An Naval Architecture streams e.g. Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Naval Architecture and Ship Building, Etc. However, the word “Naval Architecture” should be first indicating that Naval Architecture is the core and the second subject is the elective.

OR

Category (c) – BE /B. Tech in Marine Engineering.

OR

Category (d) – BE /B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering.

The above B. E/ B. Tech degree or any other Higher degree such as 5 year integrated M.E./M. Tech Degree must have been obtained from AICTE approved institute or the IIT’s or from University Engineering colleges (Colleges directly run by University).

Category (a) & (b) candidates will have to pass Part ‘A’ subject of both MEO Class- IV and MEO Class- II grade of examinations. These candidates may be considered for exemption from appearing in subject of Mathematics and Applied Mechanics.

Category (C) & (D) are exempted from appearing in all subjects part ‘A’ of both MEO Class- IV and MEO Class- II grade of examinations.

Duration : 12 Months (2 Semesters)
Fees  : Rs 3,25,000/- (Per Year)
Batch Commencing April and October each year.
Booking Fee Rs. 25,000/- (non refundable)

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