Now, with an choice of Online Exit Examination, seafarers, who’re getting coaching in several Maritime Training Institutes below Directorate General of Shipping, can undertake their exams from houses.
Addressing a digital inaugural ceremony, Mandaviya mentioned India is understood for its expert and high quality seafarers.
“From 1.54 lakh seafarers in 2017, we’ve got reached 2.34 lakh seafarers in 2019 and our goal is to arrange 5 lakh seafarers to cater to the rising wants of Indian and international maritime trade,” mentioned the minister.
He added that India is the one nation on this planet, which has began on-line examination for the seafarers from the consolation of their houses on this pandemic.
“Because of the net examination, the accuracy of the examination and uniformity in evaluation of candidates may be ensured. With the net examination, seafarers will get an opportunity to qualify the exit examination on the consolation of their houses,” mentioned Mandaviya.
Director-General of Shipping Amitabh Kumar, who was additionally a part of the digital ceremony mentioned, “The Online Exit Examination designed with enhanced security measures, permits candidates to take the examination from house, with virtually zero chance of any misconduct in the course of the examination.”