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Chitkara University School of Maritime Studies (CUSMS), associate institution of Chitkara University is the first institution in the Northern States of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and J&K to get Directorate General of Shipping (DGS), MoS, Government of India approval for both B.Sc. (Nautical science) & B.Tech (Marine Engineering) courses.
CUSMS shall facilitate acquisition of the right knowledge, right skills and the right attitude thereby promoting in candidates a passion for a career in the Merchant Navy. The School of Maritime Studies will constantly endeavour to expand its frontiers of knowledge by introducing diverse educational programs meeting the futuristic requirements of the maritime industry, keeping to its humanitarian ethos, holistic culture and value system.
|Refresher Course in Personal Survival Techniques (PST)||02 Hrs||18||15||20||17|
|Refresher Course in Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (FPFF)||03 Hrs||18||15||20||17|
|Basic Safety Training||12 days||10||1&3||5|
|Security Training for Seafarers with Designated Security Duties (STSDSD)||02 days||24||1&15||19|
For any admission-related queries, please call Ashok Kumar at +91 70094 46277. Also, the fee for these courses will be accepted through a Demand Draft in favor of “Chitkara University” payable at Chandigarh.
We aim at producing world class mariners for merchant navy at CUSMS who will make our country & the marine fraternity proud. Personal attention, small classroom sizes, candidate-centered training, and outstanding faculty with industry exposure and experience – this is Chitkara University School of Maritime Studies in a nutshell.
At CUSMS, we look forward to working closely with the ever evolving dynamics of the merchant mavy field and developing our curriculum accordingly. Our candidates will be exposed to real-life onboard ship scenarios and equipped with the skill sets not only to handle those situations successfully but also to think innovatively so as to add value to their employer, and the community at large.
On completion of the stipulated periods on the ship and passing competency examinations conducted by the Directorate General of shipping, Government of India, the Junior Officer progressively climbs the hierarchy level through the ranks and eventually become eligible to be posted as captain/Master on a Merchant ship. The exposure in merchant navy career helps a person grow in every aspect.
Merchant Navy career is within itself a blend of variety in a single domain. During the journey of this career one gains adaptability, awareness and professionalism while circumnavigating the globe. Being on board the merchant ship an officer learns good communication skills and gathers extreme resourcefulness and acquires a high level of discipline.
The merchant navy being a lucrative and an adventurous work line demands great amount of hard work and dedication. A very rigorous training imparted in merchant navy makes the deck officer achieve high level of expertise in the field to work diligently over the years. Unexpected situations and emergencies provide a widespread knowledge and experience in facing and dealing them and keeps one on his toes.