Diploma in Nautical ScienceEditorial Team730|1Last Updated:05:08 pm, June 06, 2012
Nautical science is the knowledge one needs to steadily navigate and run a ship. The diploma in nautical science is a one-year course and includes the practical aspect of seamanship.
The student also attends workshops regarding carpentry, machines, plumbing and electrical shop.
The subjects covered in the Diploma course are as follows:
Navigation, seamanship, theory and practical in workshop practice, personality development, swimming classes, boating schedule, computer literacy, visits to the ship and audio visual classes on various technical issues.
The following is the eligibility criteria:
Student should have passed Class12 (Science) or equivalent from a recognised University
Should have had Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics as compulsory subjects. A minimum 60% score in each subject required.
English as the main language in class 10 or 12 (minimum 50% score in English is needed)
The candidate should be not more than 25 years of age.
Candidate should not suffer from colour blindness and should have 6/6 vision in both eyes.
During admission it is mandatory to pass the fitness test.
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