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B.tech Marine Engineering


  • 4 -years Residential Degree Course

  • Course approved by Directorate General of Shipping, Govt. of India

  • First Institution in Gujarat offering Marine Engineering course duly approved by DGS, GOI

  • Developed in line with Gujarat Maritime Board

  • AICTE Approved

  • ISO 9001 : 2015 Certified

  • Graded A- 1( Outstanding ) by India Register of Shipping in Comprehensive Inspection Program ( CIP)


Eligibility :

Students clearing 10 + 2 with more than 60% Marks in PCM (Combined with practical) and minimum 50% marks in English (10th or 12th).

Admission Procedure :

Admission is being conducted through ACPC and through Management Quota.

Lateral Entry to 2nd Year : Candidates can join 2nd year of the course who have passed 1st year B.E./B. Tech with minimum 60% average marks in Mechanical/ Marine/ Electrical/ EC/Electrical and Electronics/Automobile or 3 years Diploma with minimum 55% of aggregate marks in the last year in the last year in above mentioned branches and minimum 50% marks in English Subject.

Intake (Seats) : 40

Tuition Fees :  ₹1,08,000/- per year + Residential Charges Extra

Job Prospects :

Merchant Navy is the backbone of international trade, carrying about 90% of the cargo by volume  across the globe. Without the merchant navy, much of the import-export business would grind to a halt. Therefore trained personnel are required for various departments of the ship and this widens the scope for employment in this field. Jobs are available with shipping companies in India and other countries.

Job Scope includes but not limited to :

  • Working on merchant vessels carrying various cargo
  • Working on specialised vessels carrying oil, LNG and LPG .
  • Working in Coastal vessels
  • Bright chance to joint Indian Navy
  • Working in offshore industries like ONGC, ABAN, TAG, Transocean, Essar and other off shore industries
  • Working on Ports Working in Ship Yards
  • Working on DP Vessels
  • Working in governmental organisations
  • Academics and training