There is a common thread among the three programs under the branches of industry, science and commerce, respectively. For example, each of them has the capacity to take 20 seats and they will follow a choice-based credit system. “The curriculum distribution of the programs will work in a mixed approach to teaching and learning, with a resource pool and skills that are both on-site and off-site for academic and research purposes. This will help the Center adapt to the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 policy,” Said Anuradha Majumder, dean of the science and technology faculty at the Center of Excellence in Maritime Studies (CEMAS).
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He said India is strategically located across the world’s shipping routes, with sea trade accounting for about 95% of India’s volume and more than 70% by price. “The government launched the ambitious Sagarmala program in March 2015, which plans for port-led development and logistics-intensive industries. Under the Sagarmala program, 3 123 billion is expected to be invested in 415 projects for port modernization and new port development; Increase port connectivity; Port-connected industrialization; And development of coastal communities. The program is expected to create 40 million new direct and six million indirect jobs and increase India’s GDP by 4%. Meanwhile, the Inland Vessels Bill, 2021 was passed in the Lok Sabha in July 2021. This will increase the domestic cargo movement at a potentially low rate. In addition, the Deep Ocean Mission Program was passed by the Cabinet in June 2021, which will accelerate research in the oceans and related areas.
Lack of Maritime Studies Institution
Despite this rapid progress, there are very few universities in India that offer programs and research opportunities in Maritime Studies, covering a wide range of maritime and maritime subjects, including humanities, law, science and technology, and trade and management, Majumdar said.
“There are several institutions in Maharashtra and Goa that cover some of these subjects, such as the Indian Maritime University (IMU), Mumbai and Nabi Mumbai; Marine Institute for Maritime Studies (SIMS), Lonavala; Maharashtra Academy of Naval Education and Training (MANET), Pune; Institute of Maritime Studies, Goa; And other organizations for the Indian Navy, such as the INS attack, Mumbai; INS Shivaji, Lonawala; Naval War College (NWC), Goa; And the National Institute of Hydrography (NIH), Goa and the Maritime History Society (MHS), Mumbai. The Maritime and Ship Building (CEMS) has an existing Center of Excellence in Mumbai and Visakhapatnam. Various civilian organizations mostly run undergraduate and PG programs for Indian Merchant Marines. On the east coast, the University of Pondicherry has a Maritime Studies Center (CMS), which conducts research and academic programs in Maritime Studies, covering topics such as maritime security, connectivity and regional cooperation.
Internationally, there is a marine study center in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), Maldives, which is also fully focused on the training of merchant marines. There is another Center for Maritime Studies in Singapore, which conducts research on the maritime industry, including trade, ports and shipping, and offers PG programs in maritime technology and management, Majumdar said. However, at the international level in the Indian Ocean region, there is a lack of academic institutions with an interdisciplinary approach to maritime studies. Majumder added that CEMAS has launched three Maritime Studies programs to bridge this gap.
The concept of the blue economy
“The Center, in addition to its interdisciplinary concept, develops the individual only through maritime law, securities, transportation, etc., it has also introduced the concept of blue economy – which prioritizes economic growth, sustainable use of marine resources for livelihoods and jobs, and health of marine ecosystems.” Said.
Through the academic journey, a person will be prepared to use theoretical values by adding mini and secondary projects, book reviews, field work, laboratory tests, which allows them to go to the world in real time.
“We hope that graduates of this course will become an important part of the marine ecosystem in recent times,” said Cmde Srikant Kesnur, a member of CEMAS’s board of directors.
“Those covered by the arts program can find maritime issues in the civil service, think tanks, academics, maritime governance and administrative structures and policies, the United Nations and other international organizations, NGOs and civil society organizations at sea and in the general media, and journalism; Those in the Commerce Stream work with law boards and maritime issues, shipping agents, logistics services, warehousing, stewdering, and other waterfront services.
On the other hand, science students may be employed in oceanography, marine botany and zoology, fisheries, basic and applied research institutes in the marine world, hydrographic studies, oceanic climate and related fields, workshops and maintenance facilities. CMD Kesnur says construction, repair and reconstruction of marine equipment and platforms in civil or mechanical engineering, electronics and computer systems such as radar, communication systems, etc.
As a marine industry burgundy, one might open up many new avenues. Cmde Kesnur adds, “Further, the multifaceted approach to nautical studies will indicate that graduates of this program can probably work across streams and learn job building on key ideas brought into the curriculum structure.”
MSc (Maritime Studies) Marine History is expected to provide basic and applied knowledge in oceanography and related subjects on 12 courses in the fields of Safety and Law, Introduction to Oceanography – Oceanography, Meteorology, Climate and Ocean Chemistry, Marine Pollution, Climate Change, Coastal Hazards, etc. Artificial intelligence and observation, including fisheries management systems and technologies, selective issues including shipbuilding.
MCom (Maritime Studies) Others will include, in addition to research methods, Maritime Finance and Advanced Maritime Trade, Maritime History Security and an overview of the law; With electives such as logistics and wire housing, sustainable maritime transport.
Master of Arts (Maritime Studies) Will cover topics related to humanities, including some interdisciplinary courses. Maritime history security and law, maritime strategic environment and geopolitics in the Indian Ocean region, etc. will be taught along with electives in international law such as maritime security and safety, maritime trade labor and environmental law.
Application deadline: September 7, 2021
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