PO-1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in their specialization involving complex engineering problems.
PO-2: Analyze a problem, identify, formulate and solve engineering problems using basic fundamental Principles of mathematics and science.
PO-3: Design a system component or process to meet the desired needs and standards within realistic constraints such as public health and safety, social and environmental considerations.
PO-4: Design and conduct experiments, as well as do research, analyze and interpret data and give clear solutions.
PO-5: Use and learn the limitations involved in recent techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
PO-6: Assess the local and global impact of engineering solutions on individuals, organization and society and the consequent responsibilities relevant to their professional engineering practice.
PO-7: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO-8: Understand the professional and ethical responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
PO-9: Work with multi-disciplinary teams, involve in team activities and accomplish a common goal.
PO-10: Communicate effectively with engineering community for presentation, documentation of reports adopting the design standards.
PO-11: Understand engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi-disciplinary environments.
PO-12: Meet contemporary issues and create advance technologies and will be engaged to lifelong learning in the broadest scale.
Curriculum & Syllabus
CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS
MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 190
|Hour / Week||Maximum Marks|
|Category||Code||Title of the Course||Lecture||Tutorial||Practical||Credits||CA||SEE||Total|
|SEMESTER – I|
|CC||21EMR001||Mathematics – I||3||0||0||2||40||60||100|
|AECC||21EMR204||Applied Mechanics Lab||0||0||2||1||40||60||100|
|SEC||21EMR252||Basic Workshop 1||0||0||6||6||40||60||100|
|Program||Eligibility||Criteria for Merit|
|B.E. Marine Engineering||A Pass in 10+2 or its equivalent Examinations with minimum 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics group, and at least 50% in English at 10th or 12th Standard.|
Age: Maximum 25 years of age on the date of commencement of the course.
|Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying in IMUCET examination together with 10+2 marks
Medical Standard: Candidate should be physically fit for sea service under standard norms with minimum unaided vision in each eye to be 6/12, and with no colour blindness.
- Chief Engineer
- Chief Electric Technical Officer
- Design Engineer
- Indian Navy
- Indian Coast Guard
- Maintenance Engineer
- Port Manager
- Marine Surveyor
- Ship Manager
- Ship Operator
- ICAR Officer
VELS helped me molding myself as a seaworthy marine engineer, but what I will always cherish the most is the accessibility and willingness of faculty to connect and help secure many of the opportunities I received. It also helped me to secure a job in one of the leading shipping company when the whole shipping industry was suffering through recession. It is hard to say where I would be today without VELS.
MARINE ENGINEER ‘K′ LINE ENERGY SHIP MANAGEMENT (TOKYO)
|I Semester Fee||II, IV, VI & VIII Semesters||III, V & VII Semesters||University Examination Fee (Per Paper)|
|1,78,000||1,32,000||1,52,000||As Per University Regulations.|