Tolani Maritime Institute (TMISAT) 2020 Notification Released
Notification Date: 2020-01-02
Last Updated on: 2020-01-03
The programmes conducted by TMI is an initiative born out of the requirement of STCW 2010, which mandates that structured training methodology be incorporated into all the shipboard training of Merchant Marine Officers. TMI has therefore developed programmes which are approved by DG Shipping and conducted throughDistance Learning Mode
Distance Learning meets the challenge of matching the best practices in education to the training of human resources without the compulsion of physically bringing together students and teachers. This goes beyond the realm of correspondence courses, which merely serve to deliver study material and unsophisticated evaluation components to students. In the maritime context, it facilitates the fusion of theoretical learning and real world practicality for shipboard training.
B.Sc Nautical Science
Qualifying in IMUCET as well as TMISAT is mandatory for admission.
The following criteria have to be met in order to be eligible for admission into the B.Tech. Marine Engineering degree programme at Tolani Maritime Institute:
Male candidates born on or after 1st September 1999 are eligible to apply for the 2020 batch. In accordance with Government of India guidelines, there is a two year age relaxation for female candidates and girls born on or after 1st September 1997 are eligible to apply for the 2020 batch.
Minimum age of a candidate shall be 17 years.
TMI encourages the participation of both genders without discrimination.
Only unmarried candidates will be considered.
You must have successfully completed the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2) or its equivalent with:
At least 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (P C M), and
At least 50% marks in English either in Class X or Class XII
The Institute has laid down detailed minimum physical fitness and medical standards. The candidate has to meet these standards to qualify for admission. You are advised to have yourself medically examined by competent doctors before applying. This will ensure that you meet the minimum requirements, which in turn will avoid disappointment at a later stage.