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The above program is approved by Director General of Shipping, Government of India. The design of the course is as per the guidelines laid down by the Directorate General of Shipping. This training provides a School (X+II)/(‘A’ Level) leaver sure path to become a qualified Deck Officer. During the 36 Months training at Academy, approved by Director General of Shipping, Government of India the candidate is familiarized with various aspects in workshop comprising of Carpentry, Plumbing, Machine Shop, Electrical Shop and Hot Work. He is also required to complete mandatory STCW course.


on Successful completion of the training & Passing the exam he will be awarded with a Certificate of Competency by Director General of Shipping and B.Sc. Degree in (Nautical Science) by IMU.



10+2 (‘A’ Levels) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics with minimum 60% marks in PCM or B.Sc. Graduates/ Diploma with 55% marks in aggregate and minimum 50% marks in English at 10th or 12th level is must should be fluent in written & spoken English.
Not exceeding 28 years on the date of commencement of training.
Candidates vision should be 6/6 (normal) in each eye separately
No Color Blindness


One of the fabulous institute in the industry with beautiful interiors and excellent faculty members who empower us with their experience to make us the future officers.

B. Shiloh Suvarna Raj


infrastructure good faculty with practical knowledge & extracurricular activities are the 3 best things in world ocean services.

Koviri Dhanant


It a good to take initiatives and have active participation in various events that help the student to explore their talent which gives them practical exposure to the real challenges.



Thought it is a big campus. teaching methodology & the environment of the classrooms is the 2 best things in world ocean services.

Mobin Mathew


A good methodology of teaching with good faculty but very hard rules and regulations to be followed.

Aswanth D S


Soft skills classes, teaching methodology & faculty are the 3 best things in world ocean services.

Abhijith A