EXTRA FIRST CLASS ENGINEER COURSE
This course will be a distance learning program and is Term based wherein the courses are available for a specific period and end on specific date.
For this course there will be two semesters and Semester-I (January-June) will cover Part A and semester-II (July – December) Part B. Each Part has 6 subjects and any FIVE have to be successfully completed for completing the Part. A candidate can select any number of subjects up to a maximum of five. Presently subjects of only Part A will be offered. The subjects are as follows:
Semester-I (January-June) - Part A
1. Law of the Sea & Maritime Law
2. Risk Management & Marine Insurance
3. Shipping, Economics & Finance
4. Marine Materials & Corrosion of Marine Structures
5. Advanced Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering Knowledge
6. Environment Protection & Energy Management in the Maritime Industry
Semester-II (July – December) Part B
8. Management Techniques & Applications
9. Naval Architecture
10. Vibration Engineering
11. Advanced Marine Engineering Knowledge
12. Human Element
Part A of the course will start in January 2017.
The level of the course is aimed at analyzing the topics and not limited to knowledge and understanding level, as such this course is over and above the CoC (MEO Class-1). The candidate will be encouraged
to spend more time on self-learning by researching on referenced materials, a guide to which will be indicated in the course handouts/lesson plans.
Study material for the topics will be sent by the institute for familiarization with the topic. The study material will be detailed enough covering the broader aspects of the topic and in no way, will supplement the complete course content.
Dissemination of knowledge to candidates will be ascertained by prescribing assignments on topics and giving feedback to candidates. It is expected that the candidate will submit a minimum of three assignments spread out uniformly across the semester. The assignments would be in text format with at least 2,500 words including table sketches and graphs and topics will be open ended. For numerical assignments a deeper and complex mathematical study is expected where assumptions and standards will be well referenced and conclusions by candidate will be given importance. For theoretical assignments candidates’ effort to collate literature, analysis and interpreted conclusions will be given weight age. The format of assignments will be as per IEEE standards. This will enable candidates to form a general and specific opinion of the concerned topic.
Each semester will be of 24 weeks, including one week of examination. It is advisable for a candidate to spend around 60 hours of self-study and about 15 hrs for three assignments. Contact classes may also be arranged.
Each course will be assessed for 100 marks, with two components, one internal and the other final three hour written examination.
The internal components will include at least three written or web based assignments and the marks for internal assessment shall be forty.
The final examination will be a written paper of three hours duration with six questions of ten marks each.
All questions will be compulsory.
Each question can have a maximum of three sub parts. Questions will include theoretical, numerical and diagrammatic themes.
Passing marks for each course will be fifty, with internal and final marks added.
No. of Seats: 24
Course fee is Rs 21,500/- (Twenty one thousand five hundred only) + Taxes as applicable per subject. Plus a one-time registration fee of Rs. 1,000/- which is valid for five years.
For booking and any other information contact:
Mr Shailendra Kumar
Sr Associate Professor (Marine)
Tolani Maritime Institute, Induri