Welcome to T S Chanakya Admission Section. Here you will find T S Chanakya Admission 2017-18 Notification, Eligibility Criteria and Selection Procedure.
T S Chanakya B.Sc. (Nautical Sciences) Admission :-
Mode of Entry & Selection :-
a) All India Joint Entrance Examination conducted by IIT in Dec/May each year. Advertisement for these examinations usually published in all leading dailies in Jun/Jul each year including Employment News.
b) Performance in J.E.E followed by counselling and medical examination.
a) All unmarried citizens of India.
b) Not more than 20 yrs. of age as on 1st Oct. of the year of entry. (Relaxable by 5 yrs. for SC/ST candidates.
c) Passed 10 + 2 (or equivalent) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & English.
1st Semester: 24 th Aug. to 14th Dec. 2nd Semester : 15th Jan. to 31st May
No. of seats per course - 90 each per year.
Seat Reservation 15% of the total seats are reserved for SC & 7.5% for ST candidates.
Cost of Training:- Total expenditure for three years Rs. 98,000/- (which includes boarding, lodging,
T S Chanakya Deck Cadet Admission 2015:-
Mode of Entry & Selection :- Cadets who are sponsored directly by the shipping companies, before they join their ships for their initial sea training.
a) All unmarried citizens of India.
b) Not more than 20 yrs. of age on the date of commencement of course.
c) (i) Passed 10 + 2 (or equivalent) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & English. Minimum 60% in PCM.
(ii) For B.Sc. degree holders, minimum 55% marks in PCM subjects with age limit of 22 yrs.
(iii) For B. E. / B.Tech. degree holders, minimum 55% marks in PCM subjects with age limit of 23 yrs.
Duration:- Three months : Three courses commencing in Jan./May/Sep. of each year.
No. of seats per course - 120 per course.
Cost of Training:- Rs. 46,000/- (which includes boarding, lodging, uniforms, books & IMO modular courses.
To be declared fit for selection, a candidate must be in good mental and physical health and free from any manufacturing defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of duties.
1. Constitution : There should be no evidence of weak constitution by way of imperfect development of muscles or serious malformation. Weight below 42 kg. and height below 150 cms. will be rejected. The chest should be well developed with a minimum range of expansion of 5 cms.
2. Skeletal System : There should be no disease or impairment of functions of bones or joints, contracture or of deformity of chest or any joint, abnormal curvature of spine, deformity of feet like bow legs, knock knees, flat feet, deformity of upper limbs, malformation of the head, deformity from fractures or depression of the skull, fractures (healed) with a pin inside will be a disqualification.
3. Ear, nose and throat : There should be no impaired hearing, discharge or disease in either ear, unhealed perforation of tympanic membrane or signs of acute or chronic supperative otitis media or evidence of radical mastoid operation, evidence of disease of the bones and cartilage of the nose, nasal polypus or disease of nasopharynx or accessory sinuses. Loss or decay of teeth to such an extent as to interfere with efficient mastication. No disease of the throat, palate, tonsils or gums or any disease or injury affecting the normal function of either temporo mandibular joint. Individuals with severe pyorrhoea are to be rejected.
4. Speech : There should be no impediment of speech (e.g. stammering)
5. Lymphatic System : There should be no enlarged glands, tubercualr or due to other diseases in the neck or other parts of the body. Thyroid gland should be normal.
6. Cardiovascular System : There should be no sign of functional or valvular or other disease of the heart and blood vessels. Electrocardiogram should be within normal limits. Systolic blood pressure should not exceed 150mm of Hg nor Diastolic above 90 mm of Hg.
7. Respiratory System : There should be no evidence of chronic or respiratory tract disease, pulmonary tuberculosis or previous history of this disease or any chronic disease of the lungs. X-ray of chest should be normal.
8. Digestive System : There should be no evidence of any disease of the digestive system and that liver and spleen should not be palpable and there should be no abdominal tenderness on palpation.
9. Genitourinary System : There should be no palpable and enlarged kidneys. There should not be any disease of kidneys. Cases showing alburminuria, glycosurea or blood (RBC) in urine will be rejected. There should be no hernia or tendency thereto. Those who have been operated for hernia may be declared fit provided :
(a) one year has elasped after the operation. Documentary proof to be produced by the candidate.
(b) General tone of abdominal muscles should be good and
c) There has been no recurrence of hernia or complications with the operation. There should be no hydrocele, vericocele, spermatocele or any other defect of genital organs, no fistula and/or anal fissure or evidence of hemorrhoids (Piles), rectal polyps. There should be no active latent or congenital venereal diseases, undescended intra abdominal testicle on one side unassociated with hernia, provided the other testicle is normal and that there is no physical or psychological effect due to undescended testicle will be accepted. Undescended testicle is retained in inguinal canal or at the extra abdominal ring will be rejected.
10. Skin : There should be no skin disease unless temporary or trival. Scars which by their extent or position are likely to cause disability or marked disfigurement are a cause for rejection.
11. Nervous System : There should be no history or evidence of mental disease of the candidate or in his family. Candidates having history of fits in continence or urine or enuresis will not be accepted. Mental or nervous irritability, abnormality of gait, defective functions of cranial nerves, inco-ordination, motor or sensory defaults will be rejected.
12. Eye Sight : There should not be any degree of squint or any morbid condition of eyes or of the eyelids that is liable to aggravate or recur, pressure of trachome and iris complication sequela. Candidates must posses good binocular vision (fusion faculty and full field of vision in both eyes). Movement of the eyeballs must be full in all directions and the pupils should react normally to light and accommodation.
Candidates joining T.S. Chanakya are not allowed to wear glasses and their vision should be 6/6 (normal) in each eye separately. Defective colour vision tested by Ishiara test chart is a disqualification. In case of candidates joining T.S. Chanakya, their eye sight standard should conform to the NEW ENTRY STANDARD as per Mercantile Marine Department of Government of India.
13. Any other defect which in the opinion of the medical board will interfere with the individuals efficiency as an officer of the merchant navy.