Introduction to Marine Engineering Colleges
The engineering industry of India is as vast as the Indian ocean. It is mainly because of the accelerated rate of development of infrastructure and technology in the country.
Government is willing to invest higher in the sector because the end product is quite satisfying, both for the individual and the government.
Indian engineers are also quite renowned in foreign countries, opening another door for our candidates.
Apart from the jobs in the public sector, various private institutions are offering unmissable opportunities. Engineers, with knowledge and degree of management, are the most sought professionals.
B.Tech in Marine Engineering is a branch of studies dealing with naval architecture, thermodynamics, control engineering, fluid mechanics, etc.
After completing the course, job prospects in this field include positions or ranks like shipping manager, deck cadet, captain, and other jobs in the merchant navy and domestic and foreign shipping industry.
Nautical sciences that provide knowledge of how the ship works and the engines are designed are also taught and working of the miscellaneous devices essential on the ship.
Marine Engineering is a prestigious profession for young aspirants. Among the many courses pan-India, if you wish to go for the course in Pune, the following are the top engineering colleges in Pune you could apply to.
This college is approved by the Directorate General of Shipping, Govt. of India. The vast campus is in LoniKalbhor, in the outskirts of Pune.
It works under MIT-ADT, a well-known college in Pune. Their primary aim is to train students, not only academically but physically as well. The program offered by them is a residential one.
Minimum 60% in PCM and appearance in their private entrance test is the basic eligibility.
You can visit their official site for the application portal
Admission intake per year is 200 for the 4-year course. They also prepare the students for any further competitive exams. The total fee ranges about ₹10-13L.
Tolani Maritime Institute, Induri
Also known as TMI, the institute was established in 1998 to provide best-in-class candidates suitable for all kinds of jobs on deck.
It has about 1500 students, on-campus and in distance learning. They annually hold a technical paper presentation and competition on various innovative subjects working around current global issues.
Along with a minimum score of 55% in HSC, you have to appear for IMUCET and TMISAT for applying for the course.
For online applications, you can visit the official website or you can reach out to them for any kind of inquiries via email at [email protected]
The availability of seats is 240. The annual fee for the course goes up to ₹4.5L.
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Vishwakarma Maritime Institute
The private college was established in the year 2009 and is affiliated with the Indian Maritime University.
They have a tie-up with the Bernhard Schulte Ship Management Ltd., a global leading shipping company.
They also have a branch in Delhi for the same course. A mock-up ship on campus is built for a better learning experience for students.
Minimum 60% aggregate in PCM, with regional or national level entrance exams such as CET or JEE Main, is required. Lateral entry is also accepted for B.Sc by the college, depending on the vacancy.
The college’s separate working department accepts online applications on Vishwakarma Group.
You can find further details on the same website.