"I cleared IMU CET with a good rank (within 500) and then applied for this institute. This exam is similar to JEE. The application processes are all done online. Based on your ranking you are sent a call letter for counselling." Read More
"IMU-CET is a exam exclusively arranged for this college. After scoring in this exams you are called for an counselling in which you have to select among the 7 colleges all over India. Many private colleges also accept this score for marine engineering." Read More
"The eligibility criteria is to have more 60% marks in 10+2 from PCB stream and to have minimum of 50% in English in class 10 and 10+2. In case of SC/ST candidates there will be a 5% relaxation in eligibility marks; however, it will not apply to English marks. To get the admission the students will h" Read More
This college always stands by you in all the steps you take, right from the first day of the admission to the placement day. This is one of the oldest colleges for marine engineering with courses like B.Sc and diploma too.
The good thing is everything is depends upon your batch, how you will perform, will build your market value, because the placement is the main thing. So for that, you have to be on your toe, then college will hell out. The college will be there always but you have to work hard, visit companies, invite them.
Basically, college is set up in an industrial area so it cuts you from the main city and you have to submit an application before leaving the college and life is pretty tough in college being it a paramilitary college.