B.Sc Nautical Science
Eligibility: (a) Pass in 12 th Standard examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English as separate subjects with a PCM average of not less than 60%. (b) The candidate must have secured minimum 50% marks in English language in 10th or 12th standard exam.
Note: The candidate must have passed the 10th and 12th standard from a recognized board.
Passport is mandatory.
Course Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) (residential course)
Age Limit: Below 25 years at the time of commencement of the Programme.
Note: 1. The maximum age limit for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) / Scheduled Tribe (ST) Category shall be relaxed by 5 years.
2. The maximum age limit for candidates belonging to Non–creamy layer of Other Backward Classes (OBC) Category shall be relaxed by 3 Years.
3. The maximum age limit for women candidates of each Category shall be relaxed by additional 2 Years.
Medical Standard:Candidates should be physically fit for sea service under standard norms, with eyesight 6/6 in better eye, 6/9 in other eye and with no Colour blindness
Boys and Girls are eligible to apply.
PEO1: Become successful navigating officer who are able to be competent, innovative and productive in addressing the needs of the Industry and to pursue higher education and research as well.
PEO2: Grow professionally with their knowledge, understanding and proficiency skills and scale up to higher levels of competency.
PO1: Apply knowledge of mathematics and science, and engineering in their specialization involving complex engineering problems.
PO2: Analyze a problem, identify, formulate and solve engineering problems using basic fundamental principles of mathematics and science.
PSO1: Attain proficiency in all aspects of Navigation and ship board operations, and also excel in problem solving by operating as a team to find solutions of various issues in that may arise on board the ship.
PSO2: Operate effectively in a professional environment by executing quality cargo related work on board ships and applying modern tools and techniques of navigation and cargo systems.