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On Board Training
The candidate should hold a Bachelor's Degree
B.E./ B.Tech. in Mechanical/ Naval Architecture or Mechanical & Automation after attending a course of 4 years duration from a UGC recognized University and/or approved by AICTE, with minimum 60% aggregate marks and minimum 60% marks in the final year;
For Diploma candidates with lateral entry to 2nd year of B.Tech, need to have scored 60% and above in Diploma followed by the Degree eligibility criteria.
Should not have obtained less than 50% marks in English as a separate subject, at either 10th or 12th standard or in the Degree course conducted by a Recognised Board / University.
Maximum age should not exceed 28 years on the date of commencement of course (Course commences in March, July and November every year).
Physically fit and should meet the medical requirements as specified by DGS guidelines, eyesight 6/12 in each eye without visual aids and no colour blindness.
It is mandatory by Indian Maritime University that all candidates joining the DNS programme should clear the IMU Common Entrance Test (CET) for the respective batch. The procedure of applying for IMU CET and the dates and venue of “Entrance Test” etc. is published by the university on their website- http://www.imu.edu.in
Online Entrance Test
The test consists of 2 sections,
for a total duration of 3 hours.
English, Aptitude and Mechanical Engineering Topic.
Duration: 2 Hours
Total 100 Marks (No Negative marking applies)
“Personality based questions” Duration: 1 Hour
(Further details and syllabus for the Online Entrance Test is given on our website under ‘FAQ Section’).
Shortlisted candidates who have passed the online tests shall be notified via email to appear for an interview. The interviews will be held on specific dates either at Mumbai or Delhi. A candidate is required to present himself in formal attire (with tie). They are required to carry the original mark sheets and certificates of X, Xll, and Degree certificates, as applicable. While the due focus is placed on academics, importance is also given to achievements in extra-curricular activities, sports etc. which indicate an all-round personality of the candidate. The interviews are held without any prejudice and selection will be based purely on merit.
Medical Examination and Eye-test
Candidates who pass the interview will be directed to undergo a medical examination conducted by Company-appointed doctors. The same doctor will also be conducting an eye-test which conforms to the requirements of medical examination rules of DG Shipping. The results of the medical/ eye tests are directly forwarded to the Company by the doctor.
Overview of GME Course
AEMA currently offers 3 GME courses through the year i.e. February (batch of 40), June (batch of 40) and October (batch of 80).
There are 3 batches for the Graduate Marine Engineering (GME) course being held each year, in the months of February, June and October.
Course / Batch : GME 31/ Jul
Application Last Date :
31 May 2020
Course / Batch : GME 31/ Nov
Application Last Date :
30 Sep 2020
CAUTION: It has come to our notice that certain agencies / individuals may be contacting admission seekers offering fake admission in the Anglo-Eastern Maritime Academy and also offering sea-time opportunity with the Anglo-Eastern Univan Group. The agencies / individuals may demand large sums of money in order to process the application. The agencies / individuals may even be sending confirmation letters on fake letterheads asking the candidates to report at our Institute / Office.
Selection in Anglo-Eastern is based purely on Merit.
The Anglo-Eastern has not appointed any agency / individuals to issue offers of admission to the Institute or to offer sea-time at the Anglo-Eastern Univan Group.
Should you come across any such fraudulent incident or approached by anyone who promises to help you in return of any favor, please report at 022-6112 4433 / 34 / 35 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Anyone dealing with such an agency / individual will be doing so at their own risk and the Anglo-Eastern or any of its affiliates shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage suffered directly or indirectly.