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1. GENERAL INFORMATION   2. COURSE INFORMATION
Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies
SIMS Post-Sea Training Facility, Mumbai
SIMS Pre-Sea Training Campus, Lonavala

  Deck Officer Training
B.Tech Marine Engineering Course
Engineer Officer Training
Selection Process
Entry Requirements
Important dates
     
3. CAREER PATH   4. FINANCING
For Deck Officer
For Engineer Officer
  Tuition Fees and Course expenses
Scholarships
Loan Assistance
Academic Calendar
     
5. APPLYING  
How to apply
What next?
 


 

 
 
1. GENERAL INFORMATION  

1.1 Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies

Merchant Navy is a civilian naval fleet engaged in the transport of goods (cargo) from one location to another for trading purposes. With more than 90% of the world trade being carried by merchant ships, it is indeed the backbone of world trade. This role makes Merchant Navy different from the profession of Indian Navy.

Carrying cargo to different parts of the worlds requires and has made Merchant Navy a highly regularised profession. Ships today are equipped with the latest technology and provide an opportunity to those who join this profession as seafarers, a career full of adventure, continuous training opportunities and a high income.

Operating a modern ship efficiently requires specialised knowledge. A seafarer thus needs to undergo training to operate and manage a ship. The two main departments of operating a ship are:

  • Deck or Navigation: Deck officers are responsible for the navigation of the ship and delivery of the cargo at the port of destination as per the time schedule. The department also looks after the general maintenance, administration, observance of national and international maritime laws and discipline on board.
  • Engine: With a basic qualification of engineering, the officers from the Engine Department are responsible for the efficient running and maintenance of the main engines and other equipments to enable the ship to sail as per the schedule.

Officers trained in either of the two departments work together to ensure the smooth sailing of the ship and safe delivery of the cargo.

Considered one of the finest seafarer-training institutes among the maritime training facilities around the globe, Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies (SIMS) was established with an aim at developing a pool of high caliber seafarers trained at all levels to work in an increasingly demanding shipping environment. SIMS has in fact set a benchmark in maritime education within the region in just a short span of time since its incorporation in 2002.

 

It is the institute’s commitment to provide an outstanding maritime training opportunity to the Indian seafarers in addition to developing and nurturing a future generation of competent professional seafarers to carry on the difficult task of the shipping industry for the 21st Century and beyond.



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1.2 POST-SEA TRAINING FACILITY, MUMBAI

The non-commercial post-sea facility of the institute was established exclusively for the in-house crew of our sponsors, Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd, Singapore as a step to achieve the highest standards in manning.

Located at Chembur, Mumbai, the facility offers over 40 value-added courses to the crew members to upgrade their knowledge and keep them on top of the increasing requirement of a fast developing shipping industry. The courses range from Advanced Training on various Tanker Operations to short value-added courses like the Main Engine Manoeuvring System and Safety Awareness.  Many of the courses are mainly specialized training courses on gas, chemical and oil tankers.

The facilities include unique hands on equipments like a down sized stainless steel tank of a chemical tanker, bridge simulator with 240 deg. Field of view, liquid cargo handling simulator, main engine manoeuvring simulator, hydraulic and electric trainers etc.

As a progressive and leading teaching and training institute, SIMS provides international recognition in addition to a holistic learning experience that is over and above mandatory requirements, giving seafarers that extra edge in ensuring a safer and more efficient running of ships.

Accreditation
Rated the highest grade by ICRA – India’s leading Ratings, Research, Risk and Policy Advisory Company, SIMS is recognized by the Directorate General of Shipping, India as well as the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. It is certified by leading maritime classification society, Det Norske Veritas, Norway for ISO 9001: 2008. It is also approved by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (UK), Panama, Liberia and Marshall Islands Authorities to run their Ship Security Officers Course. SIMS is the first and only maritime training institute in India, which is providing value-added training courses approved under DG Shipping India, MCA (UK), Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore as well as Govt. Shipping authorities of Panama and Liberia.

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1.3 PRE-SEA TRAINING CAMPUS, LONAVALA

In order to extend such first class maritime training to the next generation of Indian merchant navy officers, SIMS opened its pre-sea training campus at Lonavala, Maharashtra. This state-of-the-art campus complements the post sea training facility in Mumbai.

Most modern Campus
Designed to be one of the most modern residential campus of a maritime training institute anywhere, SIMS, Lonavala is comfortably located eight kilometres from Lonavala town along the Mumbai-Pune-Bangalore Highway (NH4) and encompasses an area of over 55 acres by the bank of the river Indrayani amidst the magnificent view of the Sahyadri mountain range. Just a few kilometres away on the northeast are the archeologically famous Karla Buddhist caves, estimated over 2000 years old.

As trendsetter in the world’s maritime industry, SIMS Lonavala features state-of-the-art facilities with the latest equipment. In fact, most of the equipments are real-life machineries as in ships and specially designed simulators are based on the type of vessels managed by our sponsors. The campus also features hands-on training in the ship-in-campus – a unique facility to simulate the real sailing experience ashore, which is presently not available in any other maritime institute.

The institute is fully residential for the students and the faculty and provides all amenities within and around the campus.

Location Map of SIMS, Lonavala

What We Offer
SIMS adopts a different style of learning approach that is innovative and immersive encouraging inquiry, participation and teamwork among our students. The highly selective admissions is a holistic process that looks at the total individual and students are given training that is over and above mandatory international standards. Successful graduates can then look forward to a rewarding seafaring career.

All courses are under approval of DG Shipping and the nautical courses follow syllabus of the Indian Maritime University (IMU) leading to Diploma and Degree in Nautical Science.


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2. COURSE INFORMATION

2.1 Deck Officer Training

Stage
Semester
Duration
Teaching Method
Award of Qualification
1
Semester
1 and 2
1 Year
(Pre Sea)
Purely Residential
Diploma in Nautical Science
2
Semester
3, 4 & 5
min. 18 months onboard Ship
(At sea)
Distance Learning
Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science (ADNS)

Seamanship and physical activities
Seamanship and physical activities Candidates for pre-sea training come from varying social, cultural, geographical, linguistic and economic backgrounds. On completion of training, the candidates are required to be able to man the ships effectively and to know the manner of working and of behaving in their respective work-stations, accommodation, recreation rooms, dining halls and in all formal and informal contexts on board the ship and elsewhere.

Bearing this in mind, we will be placing emphasis on classroom and outdoor activities such as parade, physical training, swimming, boat work, outdoor games, extra-curricular activities, etc. Cheerful obedience to orders of superiors, team spirit, leadership and other seaman-like qualities will be inculcanated in the candidates.

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2.2 B.Tech Marine Engineering Course

Stage
Semester
Duration
Teaching Method
Award of Qualification
1
Semester
1
-8
4 Years (Pre-Sea)
Purely Residential, Lectures and Practical/Workshop. Practical Experience in Machine shop, Operation & Maintenance of Marine Power plant systems and Auxiliaries
B. Tech Marine Engineering


Seamanship and physical activities
Similar to Deck Cadets.

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2.3 Engineer Officer Training

Stage
Semester
Duration
Teaching Method
Award of Qualification
1
Semester
1
6 Months
(Pre Sea)
Purely Residential, Lectures and Practical/Workshop
-
2
Semester
2
6 Months
Ship in Campus training
Practical Experience in Machine shop, Operation & Maintenance of Marine Power plant systems and Auxiliaries
Diploma in Marine Engineering Training

Seamanship and physical activities
Similar to Deck Cadets.

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2.4 Selection Process

Selection Process for Pre Sea candidates
A successful career in merchant navy requires more than just a strong academic foundation. SIMS’ selection process will test you on each of the below parameters.

Written Examination
Applicants are required to qualify the written exam held at different locations all over India.

Personal Interview
Applicants are interviewed by a panel of educators and maritime professionals to assess the applicants' communication skills, leadership potential, clarity of thought, maturity and reasoning abilities. The panel also looks for any extracurricular achievements of the candidate.

Medical Examination
Medical practitioners appointed by the Institute will examine all selected candidates for certifying conformation with the medical requirements laid down by the Institute.

An eye test by MMD, DG Shipping will be undertaken for the candidates who are successful in all other tests and then shortlisted.

Psychometric Test
Conducted by the certified psychologist to determine the mental profile of the candidate to determine the suitability of the candidate for the profession.

Re-appearing / Second attempt for SIMS Entrance Exam
Re-appearance or second attempt for SIMS Entrance Exam is allowed only after 6 months after the First attempt.

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2.5 Entry Requirements/Eligibility

The entry requirements are set out below. In addition, selected candidates would also have to pass a Psychometric test and a medical test.

Requirement
For Deck Cadets
For B.Tech
For Engine Cadets
Age

For Class XII: Not less than 17 years & Not more than 20 years as on date of commencement of the course

For B.Sc. in PCM or Electronics: Not more than 22 years as on the starting date of the course

For B.E./B. Tech. Degree from I.I.T or a college recognized by AICTE: Not more than 25 years as on the starting date of the course

Not less than 17 years & Not more than 20 years as on date of commencement of the course

Not more than 25 years as on the joining date

Marital Status
Unmarried
Academic

Results should be obtained at FIRST ATTEMPT All Boards (Class XII):
Minimum Percentage 60%
PCM minimum 60% (Physics & Maths Min 60%)
(For Andhra Pradesh & Kerala State Board, separate board exams held for each class(11th & 12th) & hence, aggregate of both marks are considered)

BSc: Degree in Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Electronics with minimum 55% in final year along with Min 55% in PCM in Class XII

BE (Mechanical) Engineering: Degree from an AICTE/UGC Deemed University Approved Institute with min 55% in final year

All Boards (Class XII):
Minimum Percentage 60%
PCM minimum 60% (Physics & Maths Min 60%)
(For Andhra Pradesh & Kerala State Board, separate board exams held for each class(11th & 12th) & hence, aggregate of both marks are considered)

Graduation in BE (Mechanical) Engineering / Naval Architecture from an AICTE approved Institute with a minimum marks of 55% in final year.

Candidate must clear his BE/ B.Tech in 4 years only

Language
English shall be one of the subjects with minimum marks scored 50% in class X or XII
English shall be one of the subjects with minimum marks scored 50% in class X or XII
English shall be one of the subjects with minimum marks scored 50% in class X or XII or degree
Medical
Physically fit and meet the standards laid out by DG Shipping
Eyesight
6/6 vision in both eyes (without visual aids); no colour-blindness No Colour Blindness, Use of corrective lenses permitted.
Use of corrective lenses permitted but the maximum permissible limits, at entry, are 6/12 in each eye or 6/9 in the better eye and 6/18 in the other eye, for Distant Unaided Vision. ( As given in M.S. Act, Medical Examinations, Annexure B.)
IMU CET
Candidates must clear IMU CET also.
 

A strict medical fitness test is necessary for all selected candidates prior to admission. Candidates are advised to undergo a medical test as prescribed by the Directorate General of Shipping on their own (www.dgshipping.com) prior to applying to avoid disappointment at a later stage.

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2.6 Important dates





DNS, B.Tech & B.Tech (Lateral Entry) Entrance Test

Online Application Form will be available throughout the year

  CHANDIGARH COCHIN & MUMBAI CHENNAI DELHI KOLKATA
Date of Entrance exam, psychometric test, interview and Medical exam 26-28 Apr-14 SAT-MON 3-5 May-14 SAT-MON 11 & 12 May-14 SUN - MON 17-19 May-14 SATI-MON 24-25 May-14 SAT-SUN
Declaration of Results on website 12-May-14 MON 19-May-14 MON 24-May-14 SAT 31-May-14 SAT 31-May-14 SAT
Declaration of final list 14 Jun 2014 (SAT)
Date of Reporting at SIMS Lonavla 31 Jul 14
Date of commencement of Course 1 Aug 14

GME Entrance Test

Last date for submission of Application form for the exam – 15 June 2014

  CHANDIGARH CHENNAI & DELHI COCHIN & MUMBAI
Date of Entrance exam, psychometric test, interview and Medical exam 28-29 JUN-14 SAT-SUN 6-7 Jul-14 SUN-MON 12-13 JUL-14 SAT-SUN
Declaration of Results on website 27-Jul-14
Date of Reporting at SIMS Lonavla 31 AUG 2014 (SUN)
Date of commencement of Course 01 SEP 2014 (MON)

 

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3. CAREER PATH

3.1 For Deck Officer

STREAM
DECK CADET
Pre-Sea Education & Training
One year Pre-Sea Training Course at SIMS including the following STCW Courses: PST, FPFF, EFA, PSSR, OTFC/CTFC/GTFC

Awarded Diploma in Nautical Science by IMU
SEA-GOING SERVICE
Minimum 18 months On board training with DLP (at sea)
Awarded Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science (ADNS) by IMU
POST -SEA

Education & Training
4 Months (Post Sea) + STCW Courses
Awarded B.Sc. (Nautical Science) Degree by IMU
Radar & ARPA Simulator training at Operational Level GMDSS (GOC)
PSC & RB AFF and MFA
Successfully appears for 2nd mate( FG) exam conducted by MMD
2nd Mate Certificate of Competency by D.G. Shipping (Govt. of India)

CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY
Second Mate of a Foreign -going Ship
Sea -going Service
18 months as officer incharge of a Navigational watch.
POST-SEA Education and Training

Examination and Assessment
Assessment of Sea-going Service A-II/2 3000 gt and above,
6 months + Radar & ARPA Simulator training at management level
Search and Rescue training
Carriage of dangerous cargoes
Medical Care
Training and Assessment
Quality Standards Written and Oral Exam
CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY
First Mate of a foreign - going ship (CM)
Seagoing Service
18 months as a junior officer OR
12 months as chief mate in charge of a navigational watch
POST-SEA
Education and Training

Examination and Assessment
Assessment of Seagoing Service, plus training in Ship management Course
Ship handling / manoeuvring simulator training
Written and Oral Exam
CERTIFICATE of Competency
MASTER (also known as CAPTAIN) of a foreign going Ship

Notes on Abbreviations used:
PST: Personal Survival Techniques Course.
FPFF: Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting Course.
EFA: Elementary First Aid Course.
PSSR: Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities Course.
STCW: International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers.
OTFC: Oil Tanker Familiarization Course.
CTFC: Chemical Tanker Familiarization Course.
GTFC: Liquefied Gas Tanker Familiarization Course.
GMDSS - GOC: Global Maritime Distress and Safety System - General Operator's Certificate.
PSC & RB: Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boats, Course.
AFF: Advanced Fire Fighting Course.
MFA: Medical First Aid Course.
DG Shipping: Directorate General of Shipping, Govt. of India.
MMD: Mercantile Marine Department under DG Shipping.

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3.2 For Engineer Officer

STREAM
B.Tech Marine Engineering
Graduate Mechanical Engineer
Pre-Sea
Education & Training
4 Year Pre-Sea Course at SIMS including 6 months Ship-in-Campus training and the following STCW Courses: PST, FPFF, EFA, PSSR
1 Year Pre-Sea Training Course at SIMS including 6 months workshop/Ship-in-Campus training and the following STCW Courses: PST, FPFF, EFA, PSSR, OTFC/CTFC/GTFC
Assessment
(at the end of one year)

B. Tech Marine Engineering Degree awarded by the Indian Maritime University on successful completion of

Term End Examinations
Training Certificate issued by SIMS (at the end of one year)

Certificate of Competency
(Candidate Applies to Mercantile Marine Department attached to Director General of Shipping, with all certificates)
Obtains MOT (Ministry of Shipping) Class IV Part ‘A’ certificate (a pre-requisite to join a merchant navy ship as a junior watch keeping engineer )

Obtains a TAR book. (Training & Assessment Record book)

Applies to Shipping Master’s Office for CDC (Continuous Discharge Certificate for seamen)

POST-SEA

Joins a Merchant Navy vessel as a Junior Engineer and completes a minimum of 6 months sea service, out of which 120 days are propelling days.

Get the TAR book filled in by the Chief Engineer of the ship.

Obtains propelling certificate from the Chief Engineer.

Junior Engineer/Assistant to Senior Watch keeping engineer.
Main Engine power more than 750 KW


Complete 3 advanced safety training courses

1. AFA
2. PSC & RB
3. MFA

Complete 3 months preparatory classes in approved Institute & undergo 3 days Engine Simulator Course for operational level. Pass examination in 6 Theory papers and oral examination conducted by MMD.
Obtain Class IV (Part B) Certificate of Competency issued by D.G. Shipping, India
(qualifies to serve on board the ship as senior watch keeping engineer)
Post Sea Education & Training
Completes Modular Course as required such as, TASCO (Specialised Training Programme on Oil Tanker Operation), GASCO (for Gas carriers) and CHEMCO (for Chemical tankers)
Sea Service (Continued)
Fourth/Third Engineer
Watch Keeping Engineer on a sailing ship
Seagoing Service
12 months as independent (Senior) watch keeping engineer, of which 180 days of propelling days required.

Obtain propelling certificate from Chief engineer of the ship.

Main Engine power more than 3000kW.

POST-SEA Education and Training

Undergo a 4 month preparatory course for MOT Class II in an approved Institute & undergo a 5-day Engine Simulator course (Management Level)

Examination and Assessment

Appear for MOT Class II competency examination in 6 theory papers and Oral examination conducted by MMD.

Obtain MOT Class II certificate of Competency.

Get endorsement for Dangerous Cargo, Gas and Chemical tankers.

Sea Service (continued)
Third/Second Engineer Senior
Watch Keeping Engineer on a sailing ship.

Management Level Position

Seagoing Service
18 months as independent watch keeping engineer. Obtain propelling certificate from Chief engineer of the ship.
Main Engine power more than 3000kW
POST-SEA Education and Training Undergo a 2 month preparatory course for MOT Class I in an approved Institute & undergo a 5-day Engine Simulator course (Management Level)

Examination and Assessment

Appear for MOT Class II competency examination in 1 theory papers and Oral examination conducted by MMD.

Obtain MOT Class I certificate of Competency.

Sea Service (continued)
Second Engineer
Senior Watch Keeping Engineer on a sailing ship.

Obtain propelling certificate from Chief engineer of the ship.

Management Level Position

Sea Service (continued)
Chief Engineer
Chief Engineer. Management Level Position

 


Notes on Abbreviations used:

PST: Personal Survival Techniques Course.
FPFF: Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting Course.
EFA: Elementary First Aid Course.
PSSR: Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities Course.
STCW: International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers.
OTFC: Oil Tanker Familiarization Course.
CTFC: Chemical Tanker Familiarization Course.
GTFC: Liquefied Gas Tanker Familiarization Course.
GMDSS - GOC: Global Maritime Distress and Safety System - General Operator's Certificate.
PSC & RB: Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boats, Course.
AFF: Advanced Fire Fighting Course.
MFA: Medical First Aid Course.
DG Shipping: Directorate General of Shipping, Govt. of India.
MMD: Mercantile Marine Department under DG Shipping.

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4. FINANCING

4.1 Tuition Fees and Course Expenses

Deck Cadet
B.Tech
B.Tech Lateral
GME
Joining fee
Rs.50,000
Rs.50,000
Rs.50,000
Rs.50,000
Total Fee

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4.2 Scholarships

Scholarships will be awarded to meritorious candidates at the institute's discretion.

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4.3 Loan Assistance

Needy students may be provided guidance and assistance on receiving study loan from recognised banks during the course of training. Contact administrative office for details.

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4.4 Academic Calendar

1. Deck cadets’ pre-sea batch commences in February / August every year.
2. B. Tech program commences in August every year.
3. GME program commences in March / September every year.
4. Each semester is of 23 weeks duration.


For Deck Cadets
First Semester
Second Semester
Start Date
Aug 2014
TBA
Mid-semester break
1 Week - To be notified
1 Week - To be notified
Rest two weeks of holidays and exam breaks
To be notified
To be notified

For B.Tech
First Semester
Second Semester
Start Date
Aug 2014
TBA
Mid-semester break
1 Week - To be notified
1 Week - To be notified
Rest two weeks of holidays and exam breaks
To be notified
To be notified

For GME Course
First Semester
Second Semester
Start Date
Sept 2014
TBA
Mid-semester break
1 Week - To be notified
1 Week - To be notified
Rest two weeks of holidays and exam breaks
To be notified
To be notified
     


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DNS - Fee Structure

Particular Gross Fees Waiver Net Payable
  Rs. Rs. Rs.
Fees
Admission Fees 10,000   10,000
Orientation Fees 12,000   12,000
Course Tuition Fees 410,000 2,00,000 2,10,000
Sub-total 4,32,000 2,00,000 2,32,000
Other charges
Boarding I Lodging & other amenities 2,03,000   2,03,000
Uniform I Books I Stationery 32,000   32,000
CDC I INDOS 1,700   1700
Bed Linen ** 1,850   1,850
Caution deposit * 15,000   15,000
Sub-total 2,53,550   2,53,550
IMU charges - see Note 3 48,700   48,700
Grand Total 7,34,250 2,00,000 5,34,250
Personal Laundry, Telephone medicals, Passport Will be directly borne by the candidate    
U.S. Visa fees & Travel related to obtaining such Will be directly borne by the candidate    
Visa

* refundable at the end of 1 year Course after adjustment of damages, breakages etc.
** can be taken by the candidates at the end of 1 year course

Fees payment Schedule                                                                                                                                                            

Joining fees – (Non Refundable)

Joining amount

RS 50,000

Admission will be confirmed only upon receipt of the joining fee.

First Semester payment

Before date of commencement of 1st semester          

  RS
Admission fees 10,000
Orientation Fees 12,000
Caution deposit 15,000
Course Tuition fees 1,05,000
Boarding I Lodging & other amenities 1,01,500
Uniform I BooksIStationery 32,000
CDC I INDOS 1,700
Bed Linen 1,850
Sub-total 2,79,050
IMU charges including Registration and examination fees 48,700
Total for first semester 3,27,750
Less: Paid at the time of joining 50,000
Balance payable for 1st  semester 2,77,750

Second Semester payment

Payable max prior to one week before date of Commencement of 2nd semester

  RS
Course Tuition fee 1,05,000
BoardingILodging & other amenities 1,01,500
Total for Second semester 2,06,500
Total fees and other charges for the course 5,34,250

NOTE:

  1. Fees & other charges are due and payable before commencement of respective semesters.
  2. Refund / Forfeiture of joining fee – Please refer Admission Letter.
  3. Indian Maritime University (IMU) charges include Distance Learning Programme fees for only first year (12 Subjects) and IMU counseling fees. Cadets will have to make their own arrangements to pay the exam fees in the 2nd & 3rd year directly to IMU.

GME - Fee Structure

Particular

Rs

Fees  
Admission Fees 10,000
Orientation Fees 12,000
Course Tuition Fees 5,17,000
Sub-total 5,39,000
Other charges  
Boarding I Lodging & other amenities 2,03,000
Uniform I Books I Stationery 32,000
CDC I INDOS 1,700
Bed Linen ** 1,850
Caution deposit * 15,000
Sub-total 2,53,550
Grand Total 7,92,550
Less: Waiver 2,00,000
Net Fees 5,92,550
Less Additional Subsidy*** 1,44,000
Fees payable by cadets 4,48,550

 

 

* Refundable at the end of 1 year Course after adjustment of damages, breakages etc
** Can be taken by the candidates at the end of 1 year course.
*** Terms and conditions apply

NOTE:

  1. Fees & other charges are due and payable before commencement of respective semesters.
  2. Joining fee is non-refundable in case of candidates withdrawing before commencement of course for any reason.
  3. Personal laundry, Telephone, Medical, Passport, US VISA fees & travel related to obtaining such VISA will directly borne by the candidates.
  4. Candidates are required to undertake DG courses & Value added courses at SIMS upon completion of the one year training. The total cost is Rs. 15,000/-. This amount shall be paid by the candidate prior to attending these courses.

Fee Payment Schedule   
Joining Fee

Joining amount adjusted against dues in the first semester

RS 50,000

Admission will be confirmed only on the receipt of joining fees.

First Semester Payment
Before date of commencement of first semester course

  RS
Admission fees 10,000
Orientation Fees 12,000
Caution deposit 15,000
Course Tuition fees 86,500
Boarding I Lodging & other amenities 101,500
Uniform I BooksIStationery 32,000
CDC I INDOS 1,700
Bed Linen 1,850
Sub-total 2,60,550
Total for first semester 2,60,550
Less: Paid at the time of joining 50,000
Balance payable for 1st   semester 2,10,550

Second Semester Payment:
Payable max prior to one week before date of Commencement of 2nd semester

  RS
Course Tuition fee 86,500
BoardingILodging & other amenities 101,500
Total for Second semester 1,88,000
Total fees and other charges for the course 4,48,550

B.Tech - Fee Structure

Particulars I Year IInd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Sem I Sem II Sem III Sem IV Sem V Sem VI Sem VII Sem VIII
Fees                
                 
Admission Fees 8600              
Orientation Fees 12000              
(STCW course, Medical Examination, Orientation fees)                
                 
Course Tution Fees 56500              
(Workshop feees/Laboratory fees, Library Exp, Ship visit/ Education trip, Welding, Shin in campus training fees)   56500 56500 56500 56500 56500 56500 56500
Total Fees - A 77100 56500 56500 56500 56500 56500 56500 56500
                 
Other Expenses                
                 
CDC/INDOS Bed Linen 1700   0   0   0  
IMU charges including Registration & Examination fees 1850   1850   1850   1850  
Counseling fees 36800   37300   38300   35300  
Caution Deposit 10000              
  15000              
Boarding & Lodging & Other amenities (Boarding & Lodging,Mess Charges, Laundry Exp, Gymnasium, Swimming)                
  91500   91500   91500   91500  
Uniform & Stationeries   91500   91500   91500   91500
                 
                 
  22000   22000   22000   22000  
Total Expenses - B 178850 91500 152650 91500 153650 91500 150650 91500
                 
Total Fees and Other Expenses (A+B) 255950 148000 209150 148000 210150 148000 207150 148000

Note:-

1) Caution Deposit of Rs. 15000/- is refundable at the end of the course.
2) Fees and Other Expenses are indicative and subect to change
3) Statutory taxes/levies, imposed, if any,will be charged on actuals.
4) Fees and other charges as due are payable before commencement of respective semester.
5) A Late fee @ 12% will be charged for payment after due date.
6) If fee payment is delayed, Management will take necessary action.
7) Personal Laundry, Telephone, Medicals, Passport, US Visa and travel cost related to obtaining such visa will be directly
    borne by the Candidates.
8) Value added courses will be charged in addition.
9) Joining fees will be Rs. 50000/- at the time of admission, Admission will be confirmed only upon receipt of the joining fees.
10) Joining fees are non refundable in case of students withdrawing before commencement of course for any reason.

B.Tech Lateral - Fee Structure

Particulars II Year IIIrd Year IVth Year
Sem III Sem IV Sem V Sem VI Sem VII Sem VIII
Fees            
             
Admission Fees 8600          
Orientation Fees 12000          
(STCW course, Medical Examination, Orientation fees)            
             
Course Tution Fees            
(Workshop feees/Laboratory fees, Library Exp, Ship visit/ Education trip, Welding, Shin in campus training fees) 56500          
    56500 56500 56500 56500 56500
Total Fees - A 77100 56500 56500 56500 56500 56500
             
Other Expenses            
             
CDC/INDOS Bed Linen            
IMU charges including Registration & Examination fees 1700   0   0  
Counseling fees 1850   1850   1850  
Caution Deposit 37300   38300   35300  
  10000          
  15000          
             
Boarding & Lodging & Other amenities (Boarding & Lodging,Mess Charges, Laundry Exp, Gymnasium, Swimming)            
             
Uniform & Stationeries 91500   91500   91500  
    91500   91500   91500
             
             
             
  22000   22000   22000  
Total Expenses - B 179350 91500 153650 91500 150650 91500
             
Total Fees and Other Expenses (A+B) 256450 148000 210150 148000 207150 148000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:-

1) Caution Deposit of Rs. 15000/- is refundable at the end of the course.
2) Fees and Other Expenses are indicative and subect to change
3) Statutory taxes/levies, imposed, if any,will be charged on actuals.
4) Fees and other charges as due are payable before commencement of respective semester.
5) A Late fee @ 12% will be charged for payment after due date.
6) If fee payment is delayed, Management will take necessary action.
7) Personal Laundry, Telephone, Medicals, Passport, US Visa and travel cost related to obtaining such visa will be directly
    borne by the Candidates.
8) Value added courses will be charged in addition.
9) Joining fees will be Rs. 50000/- at the time of admission, Admission will be confirmed only upon receipt of the joining fees.
10) Joining fees are non refundable in case of students withdrawing before commencement of course for any reason.

 

5. APPLYING

Admissions are strictly on merit. For exact dates of application and results please see our new highlighted section.

5.1 How to Apply

Self-Collect
You may collect the application form at SIMS upon paying Rs.200 by cash or a bank draft of equal amount.(see contact details below).

By Post
For receiving by post, please send us a self-addressed A4 size envelope with postage stamp of Rs. 65 affixed and a Bank Draft for Rs.200 in favour of “Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies” payable at Mumbai. Please write your name and address on the back of the bank draft.

Internet
You can fill up the online application form here.

Our Contact detail:

Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies
5th Floor, Sai Commercial Building
BKS Devshi Marg, Govandi Station Road, Govandi East
Mumbai, PIN- 400088, India
+91 22-6799 3545 tel
+91 22-6799 3546 fax

www.samundra.com

Location Map of SIMS, Mumbai

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5.2 What Next

Your application will be processed and an e-call letter will be forwarded to you from one week to 3 weeks before the scheduled date of the written test, which candidates are required to take. In case you do not receive the e-call letter, please contact us on the numbers given below. Along with the written test, candidates are also required to take a psychometric test, appear for an interview and a medical examination. The examination / Interview dates and venues will be announced by the representative centres and details will also be updated on the website.

Delhi ESM Field Office Chandigarh ESM Field Office
Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
502A, Rectangle -I , D-4,
District Centre, Saket,
New Delhi –110017
Tel: + 91-11-49882700
Fax: + 91-11-2956-2777
Mob: 09999390027
Email:
Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
S.C.O. 427/ 428 (1st Floor)
Sector 35-C, Chandigarh - 160022
Tel: + 91-172-2600417/2620417/4023700
Fax:+ 91-172-264-5417
Mob: 09888599076
Email:
   
Chennai ESM Field Office Cochin ESM Field Office
Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
Batra Centre 1st Floor
No. 28, Sardar Patel Road
Guindy, Chennai 600032
Tel: + 91-44-30453300
Fax:+ 91-44-30453341

Mob: 09940555574
Email:
Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
Kochi Liaison Office,
OS-21 3rd Floor,
GCDA Shopping Complex,
Marine Drive, Kochi-682 031
Tel: + 91-484-3259591/3219591
Fax:+ 91-484-2367275
Mob: 07736937755
Email:
   
Mumbai ESM Field Office Kolkata ESM Field Office

Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
Sai Commercial Annexe,BKS Devshi Marg
2nd Floor, Govandi Station Road
Govandi (East)
Mumbai ,Pin - 400088
Tel Nos :+ 91-22-67551700/1777
Fax Nos:+ 91-22-67551771
Mob: 09403659007
Email:

Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
Unit 604, 6th floor, Jasmine Tower,
No.31,Shakespeare Sarani,
Kolkata - 700017.
Tel : + 91-33-40167900
Fax: + 91-33-40167910
Mob :08051808332
Email : esmkolkatta@executiveship.com
   
ESM Patna Field Office Dehradun Field Office

Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
211, 2nd Floor
Sisodia Palace, Gorakhnath Compound,
East Boring Canal Road
Patna - 800 001
Tel : +91-612-2532124/6530634
Mob:08051808332
Email : simspatna@samundra.com

Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
Opposite Premier Complex, 1st Floor,
Adjoining State Bank of India Kaulagarh Road,
Rajender Nagar, Dehradun India 248001
Tel : +91 135 2751827/47, Fax : +91 135 2751827
Mob : +91 9997997445
Email : esmddun@executiveship.com

   
Guwahati Field Office  

Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies
Mob:9881554132

 

   

The list of successful candidates who are accepted for SIMS pre sea training, would be announced on our website. The selected candidates are to submit a non-refundable joining fee as per the schedule date stated in the website. This joining fee is non-refundable unless the student fails to qualify for the specified course as per the admission requirements laid down by the institute.Those who pay the joining fee within the time frame, will only be accepted for admission.


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Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies
The Training Commitment of
Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd

78 Shenton Way, #21-00/22-00
Singapore 079120
+65 6324 0500 tel / +65 6324 4544 fax / esm@executiveship.com
www.executiveship.com