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15th June 2013, 05:51 PM
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Can one become a marine engineer after SSC diploma in Mechanical?


can one be a marine engineer after post ssc diploma in mechanical? If yes, the what is the next related education one should get?





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12th August 2013, 11:01 PM
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Default Re: Can one become a marine engineer after SSC diploma in Mechanical?

Dear Student,

You can join Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in Marine Engineering
course (regular or distance) by D2D process as you have Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. B.E programme allows Diploma students to take entry directly into second year of engineering course.

For taking admission in B.E (Marine Engineering), you must have done at least 3 years diploma after 10th in Mechanical Engineering,
Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, Electrical Engineering,
Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Some colleges take admission through lateral entry exams like Joint Entrance Examination of Lateral Entry (JELET), Diploma to Degree Entrance Competitive exam, etc. so you need to appear and crack these exams. Some colleges conducted their own entrance exam for getting entry.

Admission procedure varies from college to college. So you will have to contact colleges individually.
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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