B.Sc (Maritime Hospitality
TS Rahaman Mumbai

Type: Bachelors Degree

Category: Merchant Navy, Maritime & Nautical Science

Sub Category: Others

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About B.Sc (Maritime Hospitality Course

Here are the details of B.Sc (Maritime Hospitality Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.

Duration: 3 yeas


  • Indian National in possession of Indian Passport
  • H.S.C.(10+2) or equivalent from a University of Mumbai recognised board with 50% aggregate marks in any stream (45% for backward classes) and 50% in English
  • Age restriction is 17½ to 25 yrs on the date of commencement of training
  • Original School / College Leaving Certificate for proof of age.
  • Medical Fitness Certificate from a DGS approved Doctor.
  • Original Mark Sheet of 10+2 exam & passing certificate
  • 18 Passport size photographs & 4 stamp size photographs with white shirt & light background.

About the College

Having shifted the Orphanage to Nhava in 1912 and secured permission to conduct Marine Training, in 1915 nautical education was introduced and the School renamed as the Marine School. On December 4th 1918, a petition was prepared by about 650 seafarers and presented to the then Governor of Bombay for starting a training college for Indian seafarers. A committee was appointed to consider the proposal and submit its recommendations. A resolution was also moved on January 12th, 1922 by Sir P. S. Srivarswami Aiyar in the Legislative Assembly “to investigate ways and means of promoting the formation of an Indian Mercantile Marine and the encouragement of ship building.” In April 1923, the Indian Mercantile Marine Committee visited Nhava and commenced negotiations with Sir Mohamed Yusuf to convert the Marine School at Nhava into a full fledged training establishment under Government auspices. Sir Yusuf declined to hand over the School to the British Government and negotiations broke down. The Petitioners thereafter approached Sir Yusuf directly to convert his school into a Marine Training Establishment, which he readily agreed to do. In 1925, the School was renamed as Marine College, and affiliated to the Bombay University. Classes were taken up to the Matriculation Level to qualify for the Home Trade Certificate of Competency. With 375 students on the register, the Marine College became the first training establishment to train Indians both as Ratings and Officers for the Mercantile Marine.

The Decade of the 80s however, witnessed a new chapter in the History of the Training Ship with the introduction of the IMO Modular Courses, and thereafter, the reintroduction of Pre Sea Courses for Navigating Officer Cadets in 1988, followed by Pre Sea Rating training in 1991. With the addition of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Course in 1996, the Training Ship embarked on a new phase of electronic simulator based courses. The addition of RANSCO and ROC ARPA courses in the Institution has further reinforced the usefulness of simulators.

Training Ship “Rahaman” has thus rendered yeoman service to the Maritime community for over nine decades and can justifiably look back to the past with a sense of pride and to the future with anticipation and confidence.

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 Jahaz Mahal Annexe,  170K Samander Point Estate,  Lala Lajpatrai Road,  Mumbai 400 018  Maharashtra, INDIA.   Telephone  91 - 22 - 24938740 /  24933324  Fax  91 - 22 - 24950270

Email: dsps_pnp@yahoo.com

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Comments / Reviews / Queries B.Sc (Maritime Hospitality

  • hows to apply for this course? Last date for application? And date of course to be starting? Posted By : pratik deolekar, on 19-05-2012 15:08:10
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  • slcs is dgshipping approved or not........ Posted By : shyam prasad shah, on 30-07-2011 09:37:42
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  • respected sir, i have completed 10+2 in 2009 with pcm 57%, and english 75 marks. i want to join merchant navy course, so please give me some advice about it. Posted By : rahul shukla, on 28-07-2011 13:04:43
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  • sir... i hav completed my B.C.A degree my age is 20.. i would like to join maritime hospitality ... i am very much interested to join in this sir..... pls favour me as soon as possibile with the eligbility... thank you Posted By : PRIYADHARSHINI, on 02-05-2011 12:35:33
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  • i had already completed h.s.c in 2010 with 43% in commerce stream. (backward class). my age is 22 years is that i am eligible for b.sc degree course in hospitality. please help me out as soon as possible....... i am very much interested in joining. Posted By : Dharma, on 05-04-2011 17:48:37
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  • I would like to ask dat girls can also join merchant navy or not Posted By : Anuradha Samant, on 16-01-2011 11:27:11
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  • i would really like to admission in your institute. Posted By : swapnil s. navadkar, on 14-01-2011 08:57:47
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