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B.Tech in Marine Engineering

 

The B.Tech in Marine Engineering course is the study of the complex principles and practices involved in the running and maintenance of marine machinery which include main propulsion engines, auxiliary engines for electrical power generation, boilers, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, varieties of pumps and associated electrical and mechanical auxiliaries, required for the manual and automated operation of various types and sizes of inland, coastal and sea-going vessels, some of which are highly specialized and state-of-the-art. The course follows the syllabus in excess of that as prescribed by the Directorate General of Shipping covering the areas pertaining to ship construction, naval architecture, machine drawing and design of marine machineries. The essence of MRE is that it requires the application of fundamental concepts of Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Chemical, Metallurgical, Instrumentation & Automation engineering under arduous conditions prevailing at sea

Course Offered Duration (in years) Eligibility Criteria
B.Tech In Marine Engineering 4

12th standard pass with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics with at least 60% marks.

50% in English at the Class-10 or Class-12 final examination.

Medical Test as approved by the D-G Shipping, Government of India.

 

Disclaimer: TNU reserves the right for relaxation in admission criteria for the most deserving candidates.

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Course Structure MRE

Semester 1

Subject Name

Credit Points

Communicative English & Sociology

3

Mathematics – I

4

Basic Thermodynamics

3

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

4

Engineering Mechanics - I

3

Workshop Technology

3

Geometrical Drawing 2
Basic Electrical & Electronics Laboratory  1.5
Workshop Practical – I  3
Communicative English Lab

Total

27.5

Semester 2

Subject Name

Credit Points

Seamanship, Elementary Navigation Survival at Sea

3

Mathematics – II

3

Applied Thermodynamics – I

4

Strength of Materials – I

4

Computer Science

3

Engineering Mechanics – II

3

Engineering & Machine Drawing  2
Applied Mechanics Laboratory 1.5
Workshop Practical – II 3
Computer Laboratory – I 1

Total

27.5

Semester 3

Subject Name

Credit Points

Computational Mathematics

3

Electronics

4

Applied Thermodynamics – II

4

Strength of Materials – II

4

Mechanics of Machines – I

3

Electrical Machines – I

4

Marine Engineering Drawing  2
Electronics Laboratory 1
Workshop Practical – III 1.5
Computer Laboratory – II 1.5

Total

28

Semester 4

Subject Name

Credit Points

Ship Structure & Construction

4

Marine Boiler Steam Engineering

4

Mechanics of Machines – II

4

Electrical Machines – II

4

Fluids Mechanics – I

4

Marine Heat Engine & Air Conditioning

4

Practical Marine Automation 1
Heat & Boiler Chemical Laboratory 2
Workshop Practical – IV 1.5
Control Engineering Laboratory I 1.5

Total

30

Semester 5

Subject Name

Credit Points

Material Science

4

Management Science & Economics

4

Marine Internal Combustion Engine – I

4

Fluid Mechanics – II

3

Marine Auxiliary Machines – I

4

Naval Architecture – I

4

Elementary Design & Drawing 1.5
Material Science Laboratory 1.5
Mechanics & Fluid Laboratory 1.5
Marine Power Plant Operation – I 2

Total

29.5

Semester 6

Subject Name

Credit Points

Ship Fire Prevention & Control

5

Marine Internal Combustion Engine II

4

Marine Electrical Technology

4

Marine Auxiliary Machines – II

4

Naval Architecture – II

2

Elective subject – 1

4

Fire Control & Life Saving Appliances Laboratory 1.5
Marine Power Plant Operation – II 1.5
Electrical Machines Laboratory 1.5

Total

29

Semester 8

Subject Name

Credit Points

ON BOARD TRAINING & ASSESSMENT

16

Environmental Project

1.5

Total

17.5

Advisory Committee

Captain M.M Saggi
 Director, Narrottam Morarjee
 Institute of Shipping, Mumbai

Mr. Pritish Bandyopadhyay
 Operations Manager and Dp
 UP OFFSHORE
 United Kingdom

Mr.Amitava Banerjee
 Director, School of Maritime Studies
 The Neotia University, WB

Captain Hemadri Ray
 Principal BNS, NITMAS

INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP

K-Ship - RPSL 249 - Ship Management

TNU Signed MoU with K-Ship, who will be the interface between TNU and leading Marine Companies to help in placing Marine Engineering (MRE) and Bachelor of Nautical Science (BNS) Students.


Destan Ship Management Pvt. Ltd.
MoU is signed authorizes DSMPL to recruit and place students of Marine Engineering (MRE) and
Bachelor of Nautical Science (BNS) in leading shipping companies as engine cadets and Deck cadets.

Blue Bird Shipping Management Private Limited
MoU sighned authorizes BBSMPL to recruit and place students of MRE & BNS on shipping
companies.

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

Marine Engineering graduates find challenging job opportunities in national and international
shipping companies. The young professionals, who begin their careers as Engine Cadets or Junior
Engineers on board ships, rise up the ladder to the coveted level of Chief Engineer, after clearing the
competency-examinations conducted by the Directorate General of Shipping in accordance with the
Convention on Standards of Training for Certification and Watchkeeping (i.e. STCW) of
the International Maritime Organization, i.e. the specialized maritime agency of the United Nations.

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