HVSSG-M

Available Dates for HVSSG-M (Duration 5 days)

Weeks Days Fees
1st week Monday Rs.6,000/-
3rd week Monday Rs.6,000/-
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1st week Monday Rs.6,000/-
3rd week Monday Rs.6,000/-

* Batch commencement date is subject to student availability, as per DGS guidelines

Boarding & Lodging – Rs. 450/- per day.

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Description

HVSSG-M Level program is to;

  • Attain the higher competency level in safety awareness and in technical competence.
  • Understand the working of the various specialized components & equipment used in High Voltage installations.
  • Operate, maintain & troubleshoot High Voltage installations safely & efficiently.
  • To understand system layouts and measures to eliminate accident probability on high voltage systems.

Eligibility for HVSSG-M

  • Marine Engineering officers holding as a minimum,

    A MEO Class IV (FG / NCV) certificate of competency and has completed a minimum of 12 months sea going service as a certificated Engineer Officer of watch; (Or) A MEO Class I/II (FG / NCV) certificate of competency; (Or) A Dredge Grade I/II certificate of competency.

  • Electro-technical officers holding as a minimum,

    A Certificate of Competency as “Electro-Technical Office/ issued by the Govt. of India; (Or) A certificate of course completion, having successfully completed an approved ETO Pre-sea training course and has completed approved seagoing service to be eligible for appearing for ETO Certificate of competency examination; (Or) A record of sea going service of not less than 12 months in the capacity of ETO /Electrical Officer / trainee E/O to be eligible for appearing ETO Certification of Competency Examination.

Documents Required for HVSSG-M

  • INDoS Number
  • Photocopy of CDC (with sailing experience)
  •  Photocopy of COC
  •  Photocopy of Valid Passport
  •  Photocopy of Medical Certificate with validity from a DGS approved center
  •  2 Passport size colour Photographs

Attendance

100% attendance is required for successful completion of the course.

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