Thursday, 10 November 2016

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Saturday, 15 October 2016

Remembering India’s ‘Missile Man’ Dr. #APJAbdulKalam on his 85th birth anniversary on 15th Oct.

 

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Saturday, 8 October 2016

Students brought laurels and accolades by winning prizes distributed by C/E Trivedi, Capt. Kalra, Wg.Cdr. Arun Kumar Sharma, Mr. Santanu Bhattacharya. Mr. Sanjay Tikku and Mr. Chakraborty. Sumptuous snacks and refreshment were the order of the day. The closing ceremony was followed by DJ free style dance, what a closing way for a perfect finish!
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Friday, 7 October 2016

Finale – Volleyball (B.Tech Vs DNS) :
Glimpses of the Volleyball Finals at International Maritime Institute (IMI), Greater Noida, Noida, UP Congratulations to DNS! It was a power packaged performed right from the very start with pinpoint placements & smashes. Students brought laurels and accolades by winning prizes distributed by C/E Trivedi & Capt. Kalra.
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Merchant Navy plays a very important role in import – export business. Without merchant navy, international trade would come to an stand still. It is growing industry offering hard working and qualified people with opportunities in navigation, engineering and catering & hospitality. There are numerous government and private shipping companies which hire officers for the deck, engine and service departments. The foreign shipping companies offer better pay packages.

Friday, 9 September 2016

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Monday, 5 September 2016

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Monday, 29 August 2016

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Wednesday, 24 August 2016



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Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Merchant Navy as a Career Option

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Merchant Navy is the backbone of international trade, carrying cargo across the globe. Without the merchant navy, much of the import-export business would grind to a halt. The Merchant Navy is operated by both public & private sector shipping companies. The merchant ships are maintained by experienced navigators crews and marine engineers. As the job involves travelling for considerably longer duration, the life of those who work in Merchant Navy is distinctly different from usual.

Merchant Navy is a non-combatant commercial fleet. This domain deals with ferrying a huge amount of goods, and occasionally, passengers, by sea. The major tasks are performed in three basic areas of a ship: the Deck, the Engine and the Service department. Merchant navy should not be confused with Indian Navy, which is tasked with defending the nation on the seas and oceans. Around 90% of world trade is carried by the international shipping industry. There are over 50,000 merchant ships trading internationally, transporting every kind of cargo. The world fleet is registered in over 150 nations, and manned by over a million seafarers of virtually every nationality.
Without shipping the import and export of goods on the scale necessary for the modern world would not be possible. Seaborne trade continues to expand, bringing benefits for consumers across the world through competitive freight costs. It can also be termed as second line of defence. Thanks to the growing efficiency of shipping as a mode of transport and increased economic liberalisation, the prospects for the industry's further growth continue to be strong.


A career in merchant navy gives you an opportunity to travel around the world. A career at sea will make you stand in an excellent stead, no matter how quickly the world changes. The opportunity to work with cutting-edge technologies and develop practical and technical skills will make life enjoyable and exciting.

As a youngster, if you are dreaming to join merchant navy, here are few opportunities in this career path:

  • At Deck: Captain, Chief Officer; Second, Third and Deck Cadet Trainee

  • Engine Department: Chief Engineer, Second, Third, Fourth and Engine Cadet Trainee

If you have an adventurous mind and like to travel and explore, then merchant navy could be the perfect career option for you. Both highly satisfying and challenging, a job in merchant navy also has an excellent salary structure. Here are few more reasons to consider merchant navy as a career:

  • It makes you responsible at an early age;
  • Confluence of Cultures
  • Enhances Professionalism
  • Extended Vacations
  • Lucrative Pay-Packages
  • Tax Benefits
  • Destinations Galore
  • Opportunity to interact with different people and culture from different countries;
  • This career promises fast growth;
  • There is job security with choice of working period;
  • Excellent accommodation facility on ship and no expenses for lodging.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Students who have completed Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in Class 12 are eligible to join merchant navy.
  • 10 + 2 (‘A’ Levels) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics with minimum 60% marks in PCM or B.Sc. Graduates with 60% marks in the final year
  •  Minimum 50% marks in English at 10 + 2 or 10th level is must.
  • Admission is offered through a CET IMU entrance examination, which is followed by a screening test and a written test.
  • After the clearance of these tests, an interview and a medical test are conducted.
  • Before coming on-board, the aspirant has to undergo a ship-training course.
Medical fitness
  • Medically fit with eyesight 6/6, without external aids. No colour blindness.
  • Eye sight: Candidates will have to undergo a full Medical Test conducted by DG Approved Doctors only.
Age
  • Not exceeding 25 years as on the date of commencement of training (subject to DG’s guidelines).

Responsibilities at the Ship:

As an officer, you will either work in the deck or engineering department. Exact duties depend on the rank. Some responsibilities include:
  • Monitoring and maintaining safety at the ship;
  • Checking weather and navigation reports;
  • Supervising the operation and taking appropriate actions, if required;
  • Coordinating for safe loading, storage and unloading of cargo;
  • Maintaining legal and operational records;
  • Using a range of satellite and radar systems to navigate the vessel.

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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

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Monday, 16 May 2016

About IMI

International Maritime Institute

IMI is the realisation of collective dreams. In 1991, 12 eminent professionals from the maritime fraternity determined to pool together resources, expertise and long broad-based maritime experience to establish an institution in response to the severe manpower shortage facing the shipping industry worldwide. A training school for seagoing cadets was a long felt need in the north of India from where 60-70% of the seafaring manpower hails and IMI was born – a unique training institution geared to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Today's seafarer must be honed in his skills in an increasingly complex and commercial shipping environment. The IMO, ISO, ISM and STCW regulations underline quality training and certification of sea personnel for safer ships. The advent of shipboard automation, electronics and satellites has resulted in the demand for personnel of high caliber to man modern ships – a demand far outpacing supply. This makes the task of training institutions more exacting and precise.
IMI justifiably takes pride in its excellent reputation for quality training. Equipped with the latest shipboard working instrumentation and maritime teaching systems and a marine workshop, the institute maintains a close liaison with the maritime industry. It is an effort to respond readily to the industry's changing needs and demands, with courses being developed and upgraded constantly.
An excellent infrastructure for training facilities backed by a committed Management and Staff, and a serene ambience that offers the most conducive learning environment for Merchant navy personnel, make IMI a leading marine institution – at par with the best in the world.
What gives IMI cadets a decided edge over others is their high proficiency in English, good education and family background reinforced with uncompromising standards in disciplined training. In addition today ship-owners are on the lookout for smart, motivated boys able to work under every circumstance and to adapt to the harsh conditions at sea.

Merchant Navy

A career at sea is both arduous and rewarding. It offers a high level of job satisfaction; a wide experience and challenging work environment. Experienced Mariners are in great demand in various shore assignments because of their ability to handle all types of jobs, their resourcefulness, sense of responsibility and ability to work under most demanding circumstances.