PO-1: Communication: Graduates should communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with engineering community in particular and with the international community at large. This includes use of communication systems effectively onboard ships, ability to comprehend and write reports, effective presentations, communicate, grasp and follow clear instructions.
PO-2: Societal Responsibility: Graduates should be capable of Maintaining a safe engineering watch and sea worthiness of a ship. Graduates should apply appropriate knowledge to evaluate societal, health, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities appropriate to the professional engineering practice.
PO-3: Management: Graduates should be able to operate maintain and repair main, auxiliary machinery and associated control system. Graduate should be capable of using appropriate hand tools, machine tools and measuring instruments. Graduates should be capable of applying management principles to the work as an individual and also as a team in all endeavours.
PO-4: Environment and Sustainability: Graduates should understand, practice and meet the global legislative requirements related to the environment with all efforts to prevent pollution and maintain sustainability. PO-5: Ethics: Graduates should apply ethical principles and be committed to professional ethics and responsibilities, following the norms of the profession.
PO-6: Modern tool usage: Graduates will be capable of creating, selecting and applying Modern Engineering software tools to predict and prototype complex engineering activity with the understanding of the limitations of such tools.
PO-7: Design and Development of Solutions: Graduates should be capable of designing and developing components or processes that meet the specific needs with appropriate consideration to public safety, cultural, societal and environment.
PO-8: Updating and Upgrading Knowledge: Graduates should be capable of self-education and clearly understand the value of lifelong learning with updating and upgrading their technical knowledge to IMO (International Maritime Organization) standards and STCW (Standards of Training, Certification & Watch keeping) requirements.
Curriculum & Syllabus
CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS
MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 145
|Hours / Week||Maximum Marks|
|Category||Code||Title of the Course||Total|
|SEMESTER - I||0||5||40||60||100|
|CC||21CMRO11||Introduction To Shipping||82||5||0||0||5||40||60||100|
|AECC||21AMRO11||Business Communication English||60||26||0||40||60||100|
|SEC||21SMRO11||Basics of Electronics||60||26||0||0||4||40||60||100|
|GE||21GMRO11||Introduction To Computer Science||60||26||0||0||3||40||60||100|
|Program||Eligibility||Criteria for Merit|
|B.Sc. Maritime Operations||A pass in 10+2 or its equivalent examination in any stream or 10+3 Diploma in any stream. Age: Max 25 years on the date of commencement of the|
|Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination together with 10+2 marks|
- Logistics Manager
- Logistics Executive
- Sales and Marketing Manager in Shipping and FF companies
- Warehouse Manager
- Supply chain Manager
- Head of Cargo Operations
- Client support Executive
- Documentation Executive
- CHA (Custom House Agent) in Customs
- Customs Officer
- Freight forwarding & Custom Clearance Agent
- Cost Rate Analyst
- Head of Transportation
- Port Operations Head
- Can Start up own shipping and logistics business
“My experience at School of Maritime Studies, Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies (VISTAS) is excellent and great memorable. The faculties/mentors at VISTAS helped us enhance my academic and interpersonal skills. I am thankful to Training & Placement cell for providing a platform to enhance my skills and an opportunity to showcase them. In the last I am saying that The World is here at School of Maritime Studies,
Ms. R. SRUTHI (B.Sc Maritime Operations)
School of Maritime Studies, Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies (VISTAS) has always believed in helping and guiding its students and it was no different during the placement season. Regular training classes held at our college to help us with our aptitude and technical skills were of great help. Our placement coordination team also guided and encouraged us at each step thereby helping me secure my placement at such a reputed company.
Mr. SIVBALAN (B.Sc Maritime Operations)
|Semester - 1||Semester - 2||Semester - 3||Semester - 4||Semester - 5||Semester - 6||Total Fee|