ADMISSION NOTIFICATION : “Environmental Analyst course”, Batch – 44

ভর্তির বিজ্ঞপ্তি

এতদ্বারা জাননো হচ্ছে, Sea Explorers’ Institute, Kolkata, West Bengal State Council of Vocational Training এর অধীনে Environmental Analyst Course (Batch-44) -এ ভর্তির জন্য,  দরখাস্ত আহ্বান করছে।

নূন্যতম শিক্ষাগত যোগ্যতা- বিজ্ঞান নিয়ে উচ্চমাধ্যমিক উত্তীর্ণ (অন্যতম বিষয় হিসেবে “রসায়ন” আবশ্যিক)।

কোর্সের সময়সীমা- ৬ মাস।

 আগ্রহীগণকে বিজ্ঞপ্তি ঘোষণার ১০ দিনের মধ্যে Institute- এ আবেদন পত্র সহ যোগাযোগ করার জন্য অনুরোধ করা হচ্ছে। যোগাযোগের ঠিকানা – Sea Explorers’ Institute, Outram Ghat, Kolkata -700021. (River Traffic Police – office এর নিকট)

বিজ্ঞপ্তির তারিখ ১৩.১১.২০১৯

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ADMISSION  NOTIFICATION

Applications are invited for “Environmental Analyst Course” (Batch-44),approved by West  Bengal State Council  of Vocational Training by Sea Explorers’ Institute ,Outram Ghat,   Kolkata-700021.

Eligibility:   Higher Secondary in Science Group, Chemistry as  one of the subjects is essential.

Course duration : 6 months.

Willing candidates are requested to submit application within 10 days from the date of notification.

Venue of submission of application  : Sea Explorers’ Institute, Outram Ghat,Kolkata-700021 (Adjacent to River Traffic Police Office).

Date of Notification : 13.11.2019

Last date of Submission of Application :  22.11.2019

Contact No  : (033)2248 7585  ; Website : www.seiindia.org

50 years ago……..

50 years ago, 2 undaunted young men Pinaki Ranjan Chatterjee (23 years) and George Albert Duke (25 years) made India proud by rowing across the choppy and treacherous Bay of Bengal in a tiny wooden boat.

This boat named ‘Kanhoji Angre’ made by the Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers, had no cover, no sail and no motor. With sheer muscle power, the heroes rowed from Calcutta (now Kolkata) on February 1, 1969 and reached Port Blair in the Andamans on March 2, 1969.

Our the then President, Dr Zakir Hussain and Prime Minister Mrs Indira Gandhi felicitated the youth on their success. The State of West Bengal congratulated the duo for their feat.

The Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata, for the first time ever had witnessed a  massive crowd who had come to congratulate their heroes.

The Sea Explorers’ Institute remembers and salutes its founder Dr Pinaki Ranjan Chatterjee and Lt. George Albert Duke on the 50th year of this historic achievement. 


Dr. Pinaki Ranjan Chatterjee and Lt. George Albert Duke on the 50th year of this historic achievement. .

The heroes rowed from Calcutta (now Kolkata) on February 1, 1969 and reached Port Blair in the Andamans on March 2, 1969.