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Marine

Marine engineering is the branch of study that deals with the design, development, production and maintenance of the equipment used at sea and on board sea vessels like boats, ships etc. This is a vast field of knowledge and it also has many sister arenas like naval architecture and nautical science. Marine engineering basically is meant for research conducted in oceans and coastal or inland waters connected to the sea. Marine engineers have the entire responsibility of the ship's technical management. The construction, operations and maintenance of the engine room are the main obligation of a marine engineer. Marine engineering also comprises of anthropology, engineering, archaeology, sociology and other related studies of human relationships with the sea.

Marine engineers are skilled individuals involved in the design, construction and maintenance of vehicles and structures used on or around water. Marine engineering technology and techniques are used to create cruise ships, oil platforms and harbors.

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATIONS

  • Information, Communication Systems and Equipment
  • Offshore Extractive and Infrastructure (Cable Laying)
  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Research
  • Navigation Systems And Equipment
  • Marine Renewable Energy Research
  • Command And Control System
  • Weaponry And Weapon Systems
  • Maritime Commerce
  • Marine Refrigeration

 

 ELIGIBILITY 

UG (4 years)

To take admission into an undergraduate course in engineering, a candidate should have passed 10+2 in science stream from any recognized institution. The courses offered in this field are-

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Marine Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Marine Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Naval architecture & Ocean Engineering

PG 2 years)

To take admission into a postgraduate course, a candidate must have completed his/her Bachelor of Science/ B.Tech from any recognized university. The courses offered in this field are-

  • Master of Engineering in Marine Engineering
  • Master of Technology in Marine Engineering
  • Master of Technology in Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture

Diploma (3 Years)

  • Diploma in Marine Engineering

Besides these, it is one of the broad research fields leading to the PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) degree.

 

FUTURE PROSPECTS

Marine engineering is one of the top most career choices made by students in India. Huge opportunities exist for marine engineers, ocean engineers and naval architects in the private, educational, corporate, and governmental sectors. The construction, operations and maintenance of the engine room are the main responsibilities of a marine engineer. There are lots of job opportunities available in India as well as abroad. Some of the job fields in marine engineering such as environmental protection, offshore oil recovery, marine metals and corrosion, renewable energy, remote sensing, naval architecture, defense, underwater vehicles, global climate monitoring and marine transportation.

 

JOB PROFILES

  • Marine Engineering Officers
  • Junior (Fifth) Engineer
  • Navy Weapon Engineering Officer
  • Chief Engineer
  • Second Engineer
  • Third Engineer
  • Fourth Engineer
  • Onshore Marine coordinator
  • Dock Engineer
  • Pump man
  • Harbor Master

 

TOP COLLEGES FOR MARINE ENGINEERING

  • Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras
  • Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur
  • National Institute of Technology (NIT), Karnataka
  • Maharashtra Academy of Naval Education & Training (MANET), Pune
  • Marine Engineering and Research Institute, Kolkata      
  • C.V. Raman College of Engineering, Bhubaneswar

 

SOME OF THE BEST BOOKS FOR MARINE ENGINEERING

  • Introduction to Marine Engineering – D.A. Taylor
  • Pounder’s Marine Diesel Engines and Gas Turbines – Doug Woodyard
  • Marine Boilers – G.T.H Flanagan
  • Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge – Dennis T.Hall
  • Ship Construction – David J.Eyres
  • General Engineering Knowledge (Marine Engineering) – H.D McGeorge
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery – H.D McGeorge