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    Merchant Navy career makes a individual broad exposure to diversify fields with monetary gains & he gets exposure to build his own business as per his interests or he can settle ashore in maritime industry which has large intake of human resources. Upload your CV on for marine maritime merchant navy sea & shore jobs.

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    Merchant Navy is commercial shipping which moves the cargo from one point to another around the globe.

    A deck cadet assists deck officers of a ship and handles its day-to-day operations. Deck cadets have to do their training (for duration of 18 months to 3 years) under deck officers. It is the initial step for achieving the position of a deck officer.

    Marine engineers and naval architects design, build, and maintain ships from aircraft carriers to submarines, from sailboats to tankers. Marine engineers are primarily responsible for the internal systems of a ship, such as propulsion, electrical, refrigeration, and steering.

    An ordinary seaman (OS) is a Naval rating of the deck department of a merchant ship. The position is an apprenticeship to become an Able seaman, and has been for centuries. In modern times, an OS is required to work on a ship for a specific amount of time, gaining what is referred to as sea time.

    Merchant navy job profiles

    Deck officer (navigation officer)
    Electro-technical officer (ETO)
    Ratings - ratings are skilled seafarers who help all the officers with daily tasks
    Catering & hospitality crew (pursers, stewards, chef, housekeeper etc.)

    Merchant navy courses that you can pursue after 10th include:

    Near Coastal Voyage (NCV)
    Diploma in Nautical Science (DNS)
    Commercial Diving
    G.P. Rating
    Job Prospects

    There are enormous employment opportunities in this field. Candidates who have finished the basic course in merchant navy can get jobs very easily through various consultants and placement agencies. Merchant navy fleet consist of cargo ships, container ships, barge carrying ships, tankers, bulk carriers, refrigerators ships, passenger ships, as well as roll off/roll on ships. The possibility of finding employment in cargo ships is more as compared to the others.

    After class 12, you are eligible to study the following merchant navy courses:

    B.Sc. Nautical Science
    B.E. Marine Engineering
    B.E. Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering
    B.E. Petroleum Engineering
    B.E. Mechanical Engineering
    B.E. Harbour & Ocean Engineering
    B.E. Civil Engineering
    B.E. Electrical & Electronics Engineering
    B.Sc. Marine Catering
    Electro Technical Officer Course
    How to Join Merchant Navy After 10th

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