Student Life

Multi-Dimensional Blended
Learning Style

Our multi-dimensional “Blended Learning” approach combines multiple delivery media that are designed to complement each other and promote learning and application-learned behaviour. Blended learning mixes higher quality of mentee experience through face-to-face classrooms and structured “on-the-job” training from experienced mentors, live e-learning, various event-based activities and self-paced web-based courses on our Competency Management System. Collaborative learning, on the other hand, implies a more dynamic communication among many learners that brings about knowledge sharing.

Learning
Facilities

At AEMA, we believe in providing our cadets with top-notch facilities
and opportunities for their successful future.

We walk the extra mile for our candidates and adhere to the highest quality standards.

Our world-class maritime academy is built on the foundation of excellence. Along with our training centres in India, we operate in the Philippines, China and Ukraine to support the career goals of our cadets worldwide.

Our state-of-the-art
facilities include

Workshop & Laboratories

Fully functional, modern and exceptional in every regard, our workshops are equipped for training engineering and nautical cadets. Lathe machines, shaping machines, milling machines

Ship Forecastle
Area and
Seamanship Labs

At AEMA, we have constructed a ship forecastle area replica, complete with a working mooring winch, to educate the cadets in real-world mooring operations. Candidates will also have access to seamanship, LSA / FFA laboratories./ FFA

Ship Handling
Simulator

To give the nautical cadets “hands-on” training, we have assembled a Bridge Simulator to assist in the education of steering exercises and understanding the functionality of diverse navigational

Library and
Net-lab

AEMA has a well-equipped library with technical books on all marine-related subjects to enhance the knowledge of the students. Each student can access the in-house Competency Management

Wheel House
and Lighthouse

AEMA has built a replica of a modern merchant ship’s wheelhouse, where cadets can practice the handling of diverse bridge equipment and learn the basics of bridge-watching routines.

Athletics & Recreation

We understand the importance of recreation in a cadet’s overall growth and professional development. For an elevated experience, AEMA has various leisure activities in the campus such as basketball, football, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, carom and chess. The recreation room is fully equipped with a flat-screen TV and DTH facilities, so that cadets may relax, unwind and socialise here at the end of the day.

Gymnasium

For the physical well-being of our students, AEMA has a state-of-the-art gymnasium in its campus. Additionally, a safe swimming pool is also provided for regular lessons to cadets under the guidance of qualified instructors.

Accommodation

Boarding and Lodging Facilities

As our campus caters to residential programs, we are fully equipped with excellent hostel facilities which comprise of twin/triple sharing rooms. For added security and discipline, full-time wardens are present along with qualified medical supervisors. The canteen/food service area is a mixed cuisine hall and the diet is planned to be balanced, wholesome, delicious and nutritious for each student.

Kiosk

“The Anchorage” is an in-house kiosk operational at AEMA campus and caters to the minor daily needs of cadets including eatables, snacks, personal toiletry items, stationery and more. Students can avail of these items by payment in cash.

Workshop & Laboratories

Well-designed and fully equipped workshops are set up for training the engineering and nautical cadets. The workshops are equipped with lathe machines, shaping machines, milling machines, welding and gas cutting equipment, plumbing and carpentry equipment’s, bench and pipe fitting equipment, electric and electronic controls, hydraulics and pneumatics trainer etc. AEMA follows a very high standard of Safety and any candidate council to be flouting the safety norms will be reprimanded

Ship Forecastle Area and Seamanship Labs

Academy has constructed a ship forecastle area replica with a working mooring winch to educate the cadets in mooring operations. Academy has also set up few Seamanship labs and LSA/ FFA lab with various equipment and replica models to facilitate training

Ship Handling Simulator

A 'Bridge Simulator' has been set up to give hands-on training to the nautical cadets. Here, besides doing regular 'Steering Practice', they will learn about function of various navigational equipment like Radar, Echo Sounder, ECDIS etc.

Library and Net-lab

AE MA has a well-equipped Library with technical books on all marine related subjects to enhance the knowledge of the students. An [-library has been set up which allows them access to the in-house Knowledge Management System and the MEETS - STCW programme which has been specially designed to cater to their needs. AEMA has a fully equipped computer lab with internet facilities for training the cadets. Cadets are also permitted the use of these computers for personal email/netsurfing use during leisure hours.

Wheel House and Light House

Academy has built a replica of a modern Merchant Ship's Wheel-house. Here, cadets practice handling of various Bridge Equipment & learn the basics of bridge watch-keeping routines. An operational Light house model has been installed near the lake shore which allows cadets to practice identification of Light Houses from the characteristics of light