Competitions in maritime colleges and those held at inter-collegiate level are proving to be a boon for raising quality standards
INMEX INDIA, though not at its best, continues on its success path
The newly launched Comprehensive Inspection Program for Maritime Training Institutes replacing the earlier cumbersome system will help both the institutes as well as the candidates in selecting the right course and the institute
Cadets of marine engineering institutes are being provided training which is beyond their syllabus so that they are better equipped to face the present day challenges
Having gained maturity it is time to move ahead of being just ISM compliant
Vedam secures order for designing and construction of 12 shallow draft vessels for use by Nigerian Oil Company for transporting oil generated at their oil fields
New products coming into the market are set to advance industry standards by optimizing engine performance while enabling environmental compliance for new engine designs
Teach your friends about your maritime career at a luxury resort in the Philippines!
The Global Maritime Education and Training Association (GlobalMET) at its conference held in India has come up with a three-pronged strategy and to revamp the training system keeping with the new technologies
Over 50 years the state government of Maharashtra has been trying to introduce passenger water transport system around Mumbai – but it continues to be a dream.