By Rife Consultancy
The benefit of studying marine engineering after electrical engineering is that you avoid going through the demanding four-year engineering training program required for marine engineers. But, here you need Only a four-month specialist course is required.
You can join the Merchant Navy after electrical engineering through the four-month ETO Course! After completing electrical engineering, all you need to become a marine engineer is this four-month ETO (Electro-technical officer) course.
ETO is a four-month pre-sea training program, approved by the Directorate General of Shipping. Upon completing the course, you will be eligible for 8 months of training on a ship as a trainee ETO.
– Qualification: 12th Pass with 60% PCM, – 50% marks in English or Cleared a 3-year diploma with 60% – Age Limit: Not more than 35 years – Medical Standards: Candidates should be medically and physically fit.
– Entrance examinations: – Panel interview: – Medical examination: – Pre-sea training:
– Firstly, Complete 4 months of your Pre-Sea training from a DG Shipping Approved institute – Go through 8 months of onboard training as a trainee ETO – Then, start working as an Assistant ETO – After that, you will be promoted to work as an Electro-technical officer
– International Maritime Institute (IMI) – Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies – HIMT College – Coimbatore Marine College – BP Marine Academy – The Great Eastern Institute of Maritime Studies