- - - Deck officer (navigation officer) - Electro-technical officer (ETO) - Engineer - Ratings - ratings are skilled seafarers who help all the officers with daily tasks - Catering & hospitality crew (pursers
- - stewards
- - chef
- - housekeeper etc.)
- - Keen interest in a life on the seas - Tough physical constitution - Practical and resourceful - Manual agility - Good administrative skills - Adventure lover - Strong mental abilities - Sporting
- adaptive and adjustable - Aptitude for Maths and Physics - Flexibility - Responsible attitude - Willingness to be away from home for long periods
Courses to be pursued
- - B.Sc. Nautical Science - B.E. Marine Engineering - B.E. Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering - B.E. Petroleum Engineering - B.E. Mechanical Engineering - B.E. Harbour & Ocean Engineering - B.E. Civil Engineering - B.E. Electrical & Electronics Engineering - B.Sc. Marine Catering - Electro Technical Officer Course After Class 10th - Near Coastal Voyage (NCV) - Diploma in Nautical Science (DNS) - Commercial Diving - G.P. Rating
- Academy of Maritime Education and Training Address:135, East Coast Road, Kanathur, Tamil Nadu 603112 Phone: 044 32577030 Website: ametuniv.ac.in
Even a minor mistake on the ship can cost your life. During any emergency like rough weather you are supposed to work for countless hours without break. A small mistake on ship can create a blunder. So one is needed to be very attentive during this work.
- Chennai Port Trust Address: No. 1 Rajaji Salai, Chennai Tamil Nadu 600001 Phone: (044)25362201 25361139 Website: www.chennaiport.gov.in
Sarat Chandra Roy
Sarat Chandra Roy is popularly known as the father of Indian ethnography. S.C. Roy is the first Indian ethnographer and also regarded as the first Indian anthropologist. He said that Anthropology in India would play a crucial role in understanding the meaning and goals of human existence, the trend and aim of human culture and civilisation.
Biraja Sankar Guha was known to be a physical anthropologist. He worked in the classification of Indian population. This classification of Indian population was into races, Negritoes, Proto-australoids, Mongoloid, Mediterranean and Western- brachycephat. This was done by collecting anthropometric measurement of 2511 people from various parts of India.