What is the Syllabus for Marine Engineering in IMU
All admissions to the various undergraduates and postgraduates candidates of the IMU and its Affiliated Institutes will be through All-India Online Common Entrance Tests (CETs). In CET there is multiple choice question, and there is no negative marking for the wrong answer. The results of the Common Entrance Tests are valid for the particular Academic session only.
This offers Undergraduate Programme in Marine Engineering and a Postgraduate Diploma Programme that serves as a platform for quality training for incumbents who aspire for a career in Marine Engineering.
Eligibility Criteria / Fees / Qualification education
10+2 /equivalent [PCM-60% & English- 50%], Location Kolkata, Mumbai.
For B.Tech (Marine Engineering) Lateral Entry (into the second year), candidates with Engineering Diploma in Marine/Mechanical are eligible.
Note: In the case of SC/ST candidates there will be a 5% relaxation in eligibility marks; however, it will not apply to English marks.
For Male Candidates RS. 2, 25,000/-per year; For Female Cadets RS. 1,45,000/- per year.
For Male candidates fee RS. 25,000 / Odd semester fee RS. 1, 00,000 / Even Semester fee – RS. 1, 00,000 Total Fees 2, 25,000/-
For female candidates fee RS. 25,000 / Odd semester fee RS. 1, 00,000 / Even Semester fee RS. 1, 00,000 Total Fees 1, 45,000/-
Syllabus for Marine Engineering
|Semester – I||Semester – II|
|Communicative English & Sociology||Seamanship, Elementary Navigation & Survival at Sea|
|Mathematics – I||Mathematics – II|
|Basic Thermodynamics||Applied Thermodynamics – I|
|Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering||Strength of Materials – I|
|Engineering Mechanics – I||Computer Science|
|Workshop Technology||Engineering Mechanics – II|
|Geometrical Drawing||Engineering & Machine Drawing|
|Basic Electrical & Electronics Laboratory||Applied Mechanics Laboratory|
|Workshop Practicals – I||Workshop Practicals – II|
|Communicative English Lab||Computer Laboratory – I|
|Credit Marks||Credit Marks|
|Semester – III||Semester – IV|
|Computational Mathematics||Ship Structure & Construction|
|Electronics||Marine Boiler Steam Engineering|
|Applied Thermodynamics – II||Mechanics of Machines – II|
|Strength of Materials – II||Electrical Machines – II|
|Mechanics of Machines – I||Fluids Mechanics – I|
|Electrical Machines – I||Marine Heat Engine & Air Conditioning|
|Marine Engineering Drawing||Practical Marine Automation|
|Electronics Laboratory||Heat & Boiler Chemical Laboratory|
|Computer Laboratory – II||Workshop Practicals – IV|
|Workshop Practicals – III||Control Engineering Laboratory I|
|Credit Marks||Credit Mark|
|Semester – V||Semester – VI|
|Material Science||Ship Fire Prevention & Control|
|Management Science & Economics||Marine Internal Combustion Engine II|
|Marine Internal Combustion Engine – I||Marine Electrical Technology|
|Fluid Mechanics – II||Marine Auxiliary Machines – II|
|Marine Auxiliary Machines – I||Naval Architecture – II|
|Naval Architecture – I||Elective subject – 1|
|Elementary Design & Drawing||Fire Control & Life Saving Appliances Laboratory|
|Material Science Laboratory||Marine Power Plant Operation – II|
|Mechanics & Fluid Laboratory||Electrical Machines Laboratory|
|Marine Power Plant Operation – I||Credit Marks|
|Semester – VII||Semester – VIII|
|Ship Operation & Management||ON BOARD TRAINING & ASSESSMENT|
|Advanced Marine Control Engineering & Automation||Voyage Report|
|IMO & Maritime Conventions||Environmental Project|
|Advanced Marine Technology||Viva – Voce|
|Elective Subject – 2|
|Marine Machinery & System Design|
|Simulator & Control Laboratory|
|Technical Paper & Project|
|Carryover Credit Group from I to VI Semester|
- Double Hull Tanker Vessels
- Advanced Marine Heat Engines (Co-Cycles)
- Environmental Science & Technology
- Advance Computer Application
- Advanced Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery
- Transport & Logistic Management
- Advanced Material Science & Surface Coating Engineering
- Renewable Energy Sources & Applications
Programme Fee is to be collected by the Affiliated Institute/IMU Campus and passed on to IMU Hqrs at Chennai.
The Semester Fees – will normally include some or all of the following: Tuition Fee (inclusive of Library Fee, Laboratory Fee, Workshop Fee, Industrial visit Fee, Extra-curricular activities Fee, Medical Fee etc.), mess charges, lodging charges, Laundry Charges, hair-cut charges, cost of uniform, cost of books, Indian National Database of Seafarers (INDOS), Continuous Discharge Certificate (CDC) and so on. They do not include the interest free, one time Caution Deposit of Rs.20,000/- collected at the time of admission.
Examination & other Fees as prescribed by the University are to be paid separately.
All applicants to the above undergraduate programme i.e. 4 Year B.Tech (Marine Engineering) need to clear their physical fitness test which is essential for admission as per DG Shipping Guidelines. The prospective candidates are required to produce a medical fitness certificate in the prescribed format issued by a Medical Officer approved by Directorate General of Shipping.
Only unmarried candidates are eligible to apply for 4 Year B.Tech (Marine Engineering).
Candidates desirous of joining this course are advised to apply for Passport before taking admission.
Candidate for admission to marine courses [DG Shipping-approved courses] are required to produce certificate for medical fitness by Doctors approved by Director General of Shipping. Candidates with Disability [DA] are not eligible for admission to marine courses. List of approved doctors for issuing the certificate is available in MS Notice 14 [www.dgshipping.gov.in]. The candidate must be physically fit and should meet the medical requirements as specified by DGS guidelines.
Failure to meet the medical standards would disqualify a candidate for admission. In case of appeal, the same will be referred to a medical board appointed by the Indian Maritime University. The decision of such medical board shall be final. Cadets are subject to further medical examination by the respective shipping companies before joining ships.
Note: All Candidates who qualify for B Tech [Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering] and B.Sc [Ship Building & Repair] degree courses will have to submit a Physical Fitness Certificate from Registered Medical Practitioner.