Benefits of studying Marine Engineering
They are skilled individuals involved in the design, construction, and maintenance of vehicles and structures used on or around water. Marine engineering technology and techniques are used to create cruise ships, oil platforms, and harbors. A bachelor’s degree in marine engineering is the minimum requirement for career entry, and graduate programs in this field are also available.
To join a marine engineering course you should have completed 10+2 with at least 60% marks in PCM group, you should be physically fit with no record of any chronic diseases or illnesses eyesight should be between + 2.5 and -2.5 age limit is 20 years; if you have fulfilled all these criteria then you can take admission in a Marine Engineering course or B Tech in marine engineering.
Marine engineering is a job which demands full dedication from you and in return, it promises a life full of thrill and luxury. Marine engineers are responsible for designing and operating shipboard electrical and environmental systems and the power plants. Apart from this the seas now a day have an increased presence of oil ships, warships, and luxury cruise ships. And it is the duty of the marine engineer to look after the smooth functioning and maintenance of these.
The authorities that realize that a marine engineer spends most of life away from family, on the vast sea so they have seen to it that marine engineers are provided with all the luxuries and lifestyle which may compensate for their loneliness. They are paid well a fifth engineer or engineering cadet gets Rs 35 to 75 thousand per month Fourth engineer Rs 1.5 lakhs to 2.25 lakhs per month Third engineer 2.75 lakhs to 3.5 lakhs pm
Apart from this, there are benefits amounting to a luxurious lifestyle on board with all facilities to help you adjust to the hard work involved .and a chance to visit all the countries your ship touches ‘Plus annual paid leave and other perks like medical facilities for family and self.
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