Career In Marine Engineering Part – 2

Entry Qualification:
1.) Dip. In Mech, Elec, Marine Engineering & Naval Architecture Joint CMET
Undergoes 24 months Training
Appears for and passes MEO class IV Part- A Exam And gets certificate.
MEO CLASS IV Part A
2.) BE Mech joins CMET
Undergoes 24 months Training
Exempted for MEO Class IV Part- A Exam
Age: 21-23
Earning Capacity per Month: RS 20,000 – Rs 25,000

6 Months Sailing on Ship & 3 Months Preparatory Course on Share
Pass MEO Class IV Part – B Exam Fourth Engineer 22 24 Rs 50,000 +
12 Months Sailing on Ship & 4 Months Preparatory Course on Share
Pass MEO Class II Exam Second Enginee 24 26 Rs 80,000 +
18 Months Sailing on Ship & 2 Months Preparatory Course on Share
Pass MEO Class I Exam Chief Engineer 26 28 Rs 1,50, 000 +

Traniee Engineers from CMET, starting as junior engineers, Can work their way up to reach the rank of the chief enginner in a relatively short span of time as illusrated above.

Study Routes
1.)After Class XII (PCM), entrance into a merchant navy training institute for a three-year navigation or four-year engineering course. T S Chanakya, the government training ship, recruits candidates for B

Career In Law Part -2

Lawyers in Defence services – deals with all legal matters concerning the state and is authorised to conduct courts of enquiry and court martials of offending service personnel.

2) Political advisors Ministers have various legal experts on their pay rolls who advise them from time to time on legal issues concerning various political matters

3) Lawyers with the government – inducted into the Government ministries through a UPSC interview. The minimum qualification is a Master’s degree in law with five years’ experience. Examples include: Indian Legal Service (Law officers and Legal Advisors) & State Legal Service (state police, judiciary and revenue departments)

(A)Personality Traits
1.)Highly intellectual
2.)Ability to assimilate & analyse data
3.)Unbiased approach
4.)Excellent communication & presentation skills
5.)Ability to persuade, convince & argue
6.)Self Confident
7.)Mental & Physical stamina
8.)Inclined towards reference work

(B)Job Prospects
Lawyers begin work either as appreciates with leading lawyers or with law firms. Many go on to set up an independent practice. Some leading law firms include Amarchand MangalDass, AZB, DSK Legal, Pathak & Associates, Dua & Dua, Fox & Mundal, Kochar & Kochar, Khaitan & Khaitan, Luthra & Luthra, Jyoti Sagar and Anand & Anand. These firms have a national presence with specialsied departments in varied

Canine Degenerative Myelopathy – Finding Treatment

Little is known about canine degenerative myelopathy as a disease in comparison other dog condition’s, but what is known and the authorities on the subject will be highlighted in this article

Degenerative myelopathy in dogs was only really diagnosed as a seperate condition in the 1970’s and this is because of its similiarity in symptoms to other conditions such as arthritis.
The disease most commonly develops in German Shephards leading many to believe that they may have a genetic predisposition to developing the disease.

The disease in short is a auto-immune disease, meaning that your dogs own immune system will slowly breakdown vital elements within your dogs spinal chord, and in most cases the disease will start from the dogs tail and work its way up to the brain stem. That is why it is often associated with paralysis in dogs

Unfortunately currently there are no cures and definite treatments to stop the development of the disease, but there are steps that you can take to make your dogs life more comfortable and to also lengthen their life expectancy. One of the authorities on Degenerative Myelopathy in dogs is Dr Roger Clemmons the Associate Professor at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary

Canine Degenerative Myelopathy – Finding Treatment – Copy

Little is known about canine degenerative myelopathy as a disease in comparison other dog condition’s, but what is known and the authorities on the subject will be highlighted in this article

Degenerative myelopathy in dogs was only really diagnosed as a seperate condition in the 1970’s and this is because of its similiarity in symptoms to other conditions such as arthritis.
The disease most commonly develops in German Shephards leading many to believe that they may have a genetic predisposition to developing the disease.

The disease in short is a auto-immune disease, meaning that your dogs own immune system will slowly breakdown vital elements within your dogs spinal chord, and in most cases the disease will start from the dogs tail and work its way up to the brain stem. That is why it is often associated with paralysis in dogs

Unfortunately currently there are no cures and definite treatments to stop the development of the disease, but there are steps that you can take to make your dogs life more comfortable and to also lengthen their life expectancy. One of the authorities on Degenerative Myelopathy in dogs is Dr Roger Clemmons the Associate Professor at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary

Canadian Second Career Students Benefit From Canadian 2010 Federal Budget

The popular Second Career program in Ontario has been given somewhat of a reprieve with the announcement that the Canadian Federal Government has committed to staying the course and will fulfill the three-year term in which the program was initially created (and intended) to run.

Second Career is an Ontario government initiative, started nearly two years ago (June 2008), designed to financially assist Employment Insurance recipients (E.I.) in obtaining an education in a new career field. Launched by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, the program initially provided those who had been laid-off from their jobs (due to downsizing, closures, etc.) with a sizeable financial package designed to offset the major costs of tuition, living expenses, transportation and necessary textbooks.
While the program was supposed to have government funds available to cover the initial three-year term of the program, the popularity of the Second Career strategy proved to be overwhelming and potential crippling. The program burned through its initial three-year budget within the first 16 months.

This led to an immediate and very quiet moratorium placed on further awards within the program late in 2009. The official reason given for the award freeze was simply to give the Second Career Administrators

Canadian Government Boosts Centennial College’s Draw In India

The acceptance rate for Indian students coming to study at 20 Canadian colleges has doubled thanks to a new joint project between Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC).

The pilot project, called the Canada-in-India Student Partners Program, was launched in April 2009 between Canada’s visa offices in India and 20 participating ACCC member colleges. The goal of the program is to increase the approval rate for study-permit applications to Canada.

The announcement was made by federal MP Tim Uppal, on behalf of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney, and by Paul Brennan, ACCC’s VP for International Partnerships, at Toronto’s Centennial College on Jan. 28. Centennial was chosen as the venue for the announcement because it has been the biggest beneficiary of the federal program to fast-track applications by visa students from India.

Canada is becoming an increasingly popular destination for international students. The total number of international students in Canada has more than doubled since 1998 to 178,000 and their presence provided employment for more than 83,000 Canadians last year. A study commissioned by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada found international students contributed more than $6.5 billion to the Canadian economy in 2008.

During the

Canada- University Entry Requirements And Entrance Procedure

Canada, from past several years, has turned out into a big education hub for students across the world. Since 1970s, the entry procedure to the colleges and universities in Canada has been a straightforward process, where students have to submit their provincial application service to the colleges for evaluation after mentioning and ranking the institutions as per their preference and submit their transcript to the institutions. In Canada, the admission is conducted on the basis of marks students have got. The criteria or the grade requirements by the Canadian universities and colleges for the applicants from Canada is less stringent than for the students from out-of-province.

In Canada, there is a much difference lies between the admission procedure from a college and an university, unlike in US, UK and other countries. The Canadian college is somewhat similar to a community college in America. The post-secondary institutions in Canada are funded by the government and has higher value than the institutes owned privately. The privately owned institutes are mostly located in British Columbia and were established in 1980s.

The general university requirements in Canada for admission in any of the offered programs are:
Completion of an undergraduate degree from a recognized university.
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