Marine Courses

This course is designed to enable the engineers coming out of the stream to work on board the ship as electrical engineers. They can also work on marine related industries. Jobs with shipyards, dry docks, ship machinery manufacturers are some of the other fields they can look into.

Our specialized course is having a well balanced curriculum which meets both theory and practical with the same emphasis. We are having a number of practical exercises which enable the students to have good exposure to electrical circuit building and fault finding. Our advanced automation laboratory is designed to meet the latest technology available on board the ship. We have both theoretical and practical exposure on high voltage systems. A most modern simulator is available in the campus to expose the students and opportunity to learn the ships operation and fault finding.

COURSE DURATION 3 MONTHS

Total Fees:Rs. 37,000


1. Classification of ship.
   
2. Super Structure.
   
3. Bilge & Keel.
   
4. Types of Engine.
   
5. Parts of Engine.
   
6. Operating system & Precaution should take before Entering in machinary spaces.
   
7. Movement Control Room (M.C.R.)
   
8. Ship Safety & Operation.
   
9. Engineering Terms.
   
10. Pressure Gauges.
   
11. Temperature.
   
12. Heat & Properties of Gases.
   
13. Power Measurement.
   
14. Propeller & Ruder.
   
15. Steam Turbine.
   
16. Types of Turbine.
   
17. Types of Gearing.
   
18. Feed System.
   
19. Boiler.
   
20. Types of Boiler.
   
21. Properties of Steam.
   
22. Boiler Mounting.
   
23. Fuel Burning.
   
24. Distillation & Production of Water.
   
25. Fresh Water Generator.
   
26. Evaporator.
   
27. Domestic Water Treatment Plant.
   
28. Pumps & Types of Pumps.
   
29. Refrigeration & Air condition.
   
30. Propeller & Propeller Shafting.
   
31. Steering Gear.
   
32. Pollution.
   
33. Engine Room, Watch Keeping & Equipment Operation.
   
34. Valves.
   
35. Hydraulic System.
   
36.

Deck Mechinary.

   
37. Diesel Engine.
   
38. Electrical Equipment & control System.
   
39. Fire Fighting.
   
40. Fire Prevention in Engine Room.
   
41. NBCD Operation.(Nuclear Biological Chemical Demonstration)
   
42. Indicator & Diagrams.
   
43. Engine Cycles.
   
44. Gas Exchange Process.
   
45. Exhaust Values.
   
46. Launching The Ship.
   
47. Ship Survey.
   
48. PiPing System.
   
49. Bulb Carrier.
   
50. Gas Carrier.
   
51. Large Tankers.
   
52. Closed Feed System.
   
53. Warming Through a Steam Turbine.
   
54. Marine Boilers.
   
55. Properties of System.
   
56. Purity of Boiler Feed Water.
   
57. Water Tube Boiler.
   
58. Fire Tube Boiler.
   
59. Bab Cock & Will Cock Y 100 & 101 Boiler.
   
60. Package Boiler.
   
61. Generatotrs.
   
62. Safety Value.
   
63. Main Steam Stop Valves.
   
64. Blow Down Valves.
   
65. Air Supply.
   
66. Feed Supply.
   
67. Lighting up Boiler in Cold.
   
68. Boiling Process.
   
69. Low Pressure Evaporator.
   
70. Domestic Water Treatment Plant.
   
71. Pumping System.
   
72. Advantage of the Pumps.
   
73. Construction & Working of the Pumps.
   
74. Prime Mover.
   
75. Bilge System.
   
76. Ballast System.
   
77. Gas Carrier Pumping Arrangements.
   
78. Chemical Carrier Pumping Arrangements.
   
79. Oil Tanker Carrier Pumping Arrangements.
   
80. Vapour Compression System.
   
81. Ventilation.
   
82. Arrangements of Trust Shaft.
   
83. Pitch Propellers & Advantage.
   
84. Electric Stearing Gear.
   
85. Various Emergencies in Steering System.
   
86. Steering Gear Circuits Rules & Regulations.
   
87. Stabilizers.
   
88. Oil Pollution & Prevention.
   
89. Engine Room Bigles.
   
90. Seawage.
   
91. Sludge Incinerator.
   
92. Periodic Safety Routine.
   
93. Precaution Should be Taken in Rough Weather.
   
94. Heavy Weather Precautions.
   
95. Basic Equipments & Circuits of Hydraulic System.
   
96. Advantage & Disadvantage of Hydraulic System.
   
97. Method of Operation in Hydraulic System.
   
98. Cleanance in Machinary Space.
   
99. Capstan.
   
100. Winches for Cargo Handling.
   
101. Cock & Valves.
   
102. Whistle.
   
103. Cycle & Operation in 2nd Stage Diesel Engine.
   
104. Fuel Injection System.
   
105. Control Device.
   
106. Operation & Trouble Shotting.
   
107. Engine Starting.
   
108. Bridge Control System. s
   
108. Bridge Control System.