|WELCOME TO T.S. CHANAKYA :|
|From the Institute Incharge Desk|
A lot of changes have taken place and I firmly believe that a visit by you to these institutions would be a first hand information that you could get on the progress. I have no doubt that your visit will bring cheer to you, Concise placement brochure has been complied by the cadets of T.S. Chanakya to show their various activities, their progress as a professional, their progress as a human being and more importantly their progress to remain disciplined under all situations.
I request your esteemed organization most earnestly, to look at the 150 cadets passing out in june 2012 as B.Sc. (nautical Science) degree holders and 71 cadets passing out in February 2012 as DNS program leading to B.Sc. (nautical science) for likely placement onboard your ships.
Hoping to hear from you on this account and also to await for your personnel visit to this institution to understand the growth the institution has gone through for last few years.
|A Glorious Past of T.S. Chanakya|
History tells us that India was a vast sea power in olden days. But in India there were no facilities to impart training to Indians to become merchant navy officers till 1927. Great visionary Sir P. S. sivaswamy Iyer’s strong advocacy for the cause resulted in acceptance of a resolution on 19th March1926 by the Central Government to commence Indian Mercantile Marine, Ministry of Commerce, accordingly acquired troopship Dufferin and the three year course for the first batch commenced on Dufferin on 5th December 1927 with 26 cadets. First cadet Ramdas Katari who was later to become the first Indian commander-in-chief of the Indian Navy belonged to this very batch.
T. S. Dufferin was afloat for a period of 67 years of which 45 years were off Mazgaon pier having trained 2656 cadets. It is a matter of great pride that four chiefs of Naval Staff if Indian Navy, many admirals, four Nautical advisors and two chief surveyors with the Government of India had their training of ‘ Dufferin’ besides many senior executives and masters in various shipping companies.read more..
T. S. Rajendra was named after the King Rajendra Chola. T. S. Rajendra had been specifically designed and built as a modern training ship by Hindustan shipyard to train 250 cadets at a time as against 160 earlier.
T. S. Rajendra served illustriously for 21 years by not only training large number of cadets but also the saloon crew. Government of India decided with great forethough to set up a shore based academy for training of nautical cadets so that output could be substantially increased. The shore based academy christened T. S. Chanakya was inaugurated on 5th April 1993, the National Maritime Day. read more..
T. S. Chanakya became operational on 1st August, 1993 and teaches the cadets the new order but also makes them upholders of the old ones.
Besides the three years degree course, T. S. Chanakya imparts training for one year Diploma course.
A fire fighting complex has also been located in the premises which commenced training of merchant navy officers for advance fire fighting and cadets in basic fire fighting. T. S. Chanakya is also poised to conduct other modular courses such as Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), Elementary First Aid, Personnel Safety and Social Responsibility and Personal Survival Techniques. All efforts are made to identify the needs of shipping industry and the training is accordingly modified.All the cadets who have passed out have been usefully employed by various shipping companies and have been rendering yeoman service.
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