Course Announcements

1.   Marine Awareness Batch – 207 [ running]

2.   Seamanship Batch – 49   [ running ]

3.  Environment Analysts Batch – 39  [ running ]

  • Admission   START   for Batch no. 41   [ AUGUST 2017  to JANUARY 2018 ]

5.  Medical Care Course (STCW 2010)  [ ISO – 9001 : 2008 Certified], Starts from 23 April 2012  to 7 May  2012,  Batch : 133 (running). Download the Application Form (PDF format)

6.   Environment Analysts Course :  Final Examination of Batch 29, will commence from 23rd November to 25th November 2011.

New Batch will start from last week of July 2012 . [Batch – 32]. For details contact Shri Debashis Chatterjee , Course In-Charge,  9038808389 / 033 2248 7585

7. Voyage :  The Voyage  started today, 4 May 2012, from the Institute to Dakshineswar  . The Voyage will be completed in 1 day.

7.  Disaster Management -  Training Schedule 2012-2013

8.   We are also started training Sports Kayaking in our Institute. This is an Olympic Sport and India takes parts in Asian Games and Internationally Games.  Interested persons ( both Boys and Girls ) min. age of  18 years and above. Admission Open..

For more information on this and other courses, see Courses Offered and contact us by phone at 91-33-2248-7585,   9007141695 (Tapas),   9433434301 (Rudra).

Course Results

  1. The results of the final examination of the students of Environmental Analyst Course,  Batch No – 26 are hereby published.
  2. Results of final examination of the trainees on Life-Saving & Rescue Operation in Surface Water in respect of  6 & 7 Bn. NDRF.
  3. Results of final examination of the trainees on Underwater Diving course on Life-saving & Salvage  in respect of NDRF batallion.
  4. Results of final examination of the trainees on  Underwater Diving course on Life-saving & Salvage  in respect of  NDRF battalion.

OCEAN (2009)

The book ‘Ocean’ is an outcome of untiring research undertaken by academics, scientists and practitioners. It not only analyses the marine ecosystem but provides insightful findings, relevant for preparing and managing impending disasters like global warming leading to sea-level rise and sinking islands, and umpteen other threats. Besides, it captures a plethora of other dimensions of Oceans. The book being distinct in terms of its content and extremely contextual in the present world, would undoubtedly serve as a knowledge base for researchers and as a handbook for planners and policy makers of India.
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