Passing out of 89th Marine Engineering Specialisation Course at INS SHIVAJI

Passing out of 89th Marine Engineering Specialisation Course at INS SHIVAJI

Passing out of 89th Marine Engineering Specialisation Course at INS SHIVAJI: INS Shivaji witnessed the Course Completion Ceremony of its 89th cluster of Marine Engineering Specialization Course (MESC) on 18 Jul 20, wherein 48 officials of Indian Navy and agreeable outside naval forces effectively finished 105 weeks of expert preparing. The officials were keenly turned out in ceremonials while wearing white veils and keeping up 'do-gaj-ki-doori' along these lines complying with the preparatory conventions of COVID-19. The service was assessed by Commodore Ravnish Seth, Commanding Officer INS Shivaji and Station Commander Lonavla. 

INS Shivaji, the place of graduation for all marine designer officials of the Indian Navy, is the chief preparing foundation settled in the 'Sahyadris' at Lonavla. The foundation has been the wellspring head of designing information and gives particular preparing to officials and mariners of the building branch. The main bunch of MESC started preparing at INS Shivaji on 02 Jan 1961 and from that point forward, 88 clusters have dropped from this foundation. The 89th group of MESC comprises of 37 Indian Officers and 11 remote officials from Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Tanzania, Sudan, Fiji and Bangladesh. 

During the three thorough periods of Marine Engineering Specialization Course, the officials were prepared on live gear, best in class test systems, mentor packs, notwithstanding exhaustive homeroom directions. Furthermore, the officials experienced 26 weeks of above water preparing on Indian Navy and Coast Guard ships for grant of Engine Room Watchkeeping Certificate. These officials are presently ready to assume the difficulties of their first arrangement as Assistant/Senior Engineer Officer locally available cutting edge warships. 

The Commanding Officer in his Course Completion Ceremony address saluted the officials of the course for having effectively finished their expert preparing. He encouraged the officials to proceed with their tryst with figuring out how to become exhaustive experts and ceaselessly adjust to mechanical progressions. The Commanding Officer admonished the youthful designer officials to show others how its done and seek after greatness in each attempt while keeping up best quality of value. He likewise featured the administration rendered by Indian Navy to the country during the testing times of COVID-19. 

The Commanding Officer granted trophies to the officials decreed first in general request of legitimacy, best athlete and best global official. The 'Mallet' for the 'Best All-Round Officer was granted to Lt Bharat Kandpal, Vice Admiral Daya Shankar Rolling Trophy for 'Best Sportsman' was granted to Lt Divyansh Singla. The FOC-in-C (South) Rolling Trophy for 'Best International Officer' was granted to Lt Cdr Md Mehedi Hasan (Bangladesh Navy).

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