Great Offshore opens monsoon’s first salvaging account by rescuing a cargo vessel off the Indian coast near Goa.
Gravely short of manpower the Indian Maritime Administration appears to be in a critical state
Following its formation, the International Institute of Marine Surveying – Indian Chapter, which remained dormant since its announcement more than a year back will now take on a more active role
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Whilst training institutes can play a greater role in enhancing quality, shipping company also need to do their bit and work closely with the institutes
The Indian administration interacts with shipping trade in an endeavor to curb accidents
India calls for strong measures to rein in piracy
Losses mount for MSC as there is no single central authority to give direction and take necessary measures
Various causes of ship accidents are different manifestations of complacency
Failure to carry out fumigation according to best management practices on board cause death and casualties
The present teaching system does not guarantee that the student has learnt. A movement is therefore gathering momentum to change this to a learning process wherein seafarers will be able to operate efficiently, safely and securely.