Syllabus for Merchant Navy Entrance Exam-TMA

Education is one of the facets which demands to appear in different exams. Basically, these are conducted to examine the candidate’s ability and to bring more improvement in their level of knowledge.  In India, the majority of the career and educational sections strictly ask for an entrance exam. Amidst all the relevant zones, merchant navy is one of the well known.

The commercial troop of ships accomplishes the transportation tasks   around the world with absolute assurance. If someone among you is wishing to join the Merchant Navy, then a sufficient score in the assigned entrance exam is a must to access into the particular programs. The test is specified as the IMUCET. This is the Common Entrance test which is conducted by the Indian maritime university across various regions of India.

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The Merchant Navy Entrance Exam(IMU CET) is commonly organized for various courses like B. Tech Marine Engineering, B. Tech Naval Architecture, Bsc Maritime Science, Bsc Nautical Science, Bsc Ship Building/Reapir and Diploma in Nautical Science, MBA Port Shippinhg & Management, MBA International Transportation and Logistics Management, Mtech Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering and Mtech Dredging/Harbor Engineering.

The maximum marks of this merchant navy exam are 200 with a duration of 3 hours. The subjects which are covered in the IMU CET exam is the Physics, Chemistry. Mathematics, English, General Aptitude and General Knowledge. The eligibility for the IMU CET exam is that a candidate has to be cleared with 10+2 holding an aggregate of 60% in PCM and 50% in English.

For more information on syllabus for the accredited entrance exam for Merchant navy, visit TMCA Maritime Educational Group, India’s leading merchant navy adviser group.

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