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    Infrastructure

    Marine Engineering Laboratory

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    Infrastructure

    Marine Engineering Laboratory

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    Infrastructure

    Marine Engineering Laboratory

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    Infrastructure

    Marine Engineering Laboratory

 

Total number of Publications              : 25

In SCI Indexed                       : 1

In Scopus Indexed                  : 20

In others referred                    : 4

Total No. of Citations                         : 167

H Index                                               : 5

i10 Index                                             : 2

No. of Patents with status                  : Nil

No. of Funded Projects with status    : Nil

Department Profile in one Page          :

Marine Engineering course conducted in the University is approved by the AICTE, the Director General of Shipping, Govt. of India.  This is a residential course and the students are provided with excellent class rooms, library, laboratory/workshop, hostel and mess facilities. Discipline, communication skill, team work, healthy attitude for social living, etiquette etc. are naturally imparted as part of the programme.  As more than 90 % of the world trade is transported by ships, Shipping plays a major role in the world economy.  This being an International Business with huge capital investment and environmental ramifications, the industry needs capable marine professionals to operate thousands of ships plying in the international waters. Therefore, the objective of the Marine Engineering Course provided in the University is to prepare and guide the students to become competent Marine Engineers whose demand is ever growing in India and abroad.   It is a highly remunerative profession.

 

Students were taken to Andaman every year in Ship, during their voyage Students are trained in the various Machineries & Deck Equipments in the ship.

 

Department Facilities (highlights)       :

At a huge investment a Ship-in Campus has been set up where the students can have the feel of real ship with typical Engine Room Machinery. Actual ship’s machinery like Main Engine, Electrical Generators, Boiler, Fresh Water Generator, Fuel oil Separators, Coolers/Heat Exchangers, Incinerator, Sewage Plant, Oily water separator, Air compressor, Steering machinery etc are installed in this facility.  Students will be given extensive exposure to the ship-in campus to have more hands on practical experience.

 

Five Year Placement Records             :

PLACEMENT DETAILS

Student Details

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

No of students graduated

11

06

07

11

21

No of students placed in Govt. Sector

-

-

-

-

-

No of students placed in Pvt. Sector

06

06

06

02

03

No of students self-employed

-

-

-

-

-

No of students pursuing  higher education

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

Our Courses

Faculty

  • Mr. Mohana Dhas

    Professor, Director Marine, Dean (Faculty of Marine Engg.)
  • Dr.S.John Leon

    Associate Professor & HOD
  • Dr. V.K. Jeba Sing

    Associate Professor
  • Dr. K.S. Jai Aultrin

    Associate Professor
  • Mr.R. Venugopala Pillai

    Assistant Professor
  • Mr.S.Vijayan Pillai

    Assistant Professor
  • Mr. N.Devabalan Nair

    Assistant Professor
  • Mr. A.K. Ratheesh

    Assistant Professor
  • Mr. U.N.Neela Prasad

    Assistant Professor
  • Mr. J. Jesin Jude Leonard

    Assistant Professor
  • Mr. Vishnu S H

    Assistant Professor
  • Mr. Jenish Thomas

    Assistant Professorr
  • Mr. Raghuvaran

    Instructor

Board of Studies

  • Dr. S. John Leon

    Chairman
  • Prof. S. Mohana Das

    Internal Member
  • Prof. R. Venugopala Pillai

    Internal Memberr
  • Prof. Capt. S. Vijayan Pillai

    Internal Member
  • Prof. J. Jesin Jude Leonard

    Internal Member
  • Dr. V. K. Jeba singh

    Internal Member
  • Dr. K. S. Jai Aultrin

    Internal Member
  • Mr. T. Mohan Kumar

    External Member

    Chief Engineer, Bernhard Schulte Ship Management