RL Institute of Nautical Sciences (RLINS) ,Madurai
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Placements: Placements in our institute were very less in the years 2012 to 2017, but it was improved and have better placements those who completed their course in the academic year 2018. But since some improper fluctuations in shipping side problem for placements. Not only in this institute but also any institute we can expect mandatary placements. But I was not happy about placements in the year 2017.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure was very good compared to other marine institutes. For infrastructure, it can get 3 or 4th rank over all other institutions in India. RLINS got dedicated cabins to every cadet with adequate furniture for study. Since this is a residential institute, every cadet has to stay 6 months of every semester in hostel and ventilation was good here. The food available in the college was good, but they need to be improved in future. Few cultural events on some occasions like indepen...
Placements: There were placements before but nowadays the market is not good. However, now there is a betterment in this college so it depends on students' performance. In my time only 2 companies visited but now 5 companies visited and hired a good number of cadets.
Infrastructure: Infrastructure is good for studying purpose, but internships are not good. Machinery is not working basically, and it's an old version. You can learn things, but you will not get onboard experience. You will learn only 30% out of 100% of the cou...
Placements: Many companies use to visit our college when there was a boom in shipping industry but during my time the market was down so there were less number of companies providing job to TME which effect our college placement ratio which was moderate with respect to market needs I myself got placed from outside the college but still efforts were made by the placement coordinator in order to bring companies to our college.
Infrastructure: College have a -Ship in campus -V type enging -1000 hp inlined engine -Tanker si...
Placements: Around 50% of the students get a chance to get placed in MNCs. Every cadet needs to work on board as a trainee marine engineer.
Infrastructure: There is always a problem in the food served because they only serve vegetarian food. There are separate hostel room facilities, and the hostel is Wi-Fi enabled. There are no switchboards in the room if you need to charge your phone, tablet, etc., from the switchboards outside.
Placements: No placements. Not even a single person is placed from college. Previously there used to be 1000 students in college now it is not even reaching 100.
Infrastructure: About the infrastructure first I will tell about the mess. Mess infrastructure is too good and the food in that is the worst one that I have had for all the long four years. Remaining infrastructure is overall average and the examination hall will be good for above the average one.
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Dr.Lakshmipathy Merit Scholarship: The scholarship is for B.Tech. in Marine Engineering students.
Rs.50,000/- for first year for candidates who have scored 95% or more in 12th class in PCM aggregate marks or those who are in the top 100 ranks in IMU CET. Rs.25000/- for the first year for candidates who have scored 85% or more in 12th class in PCM aggregate marks or those who are in the top 101 to 250 ranks in IMU CET.
- Approved by Directorate General of Shipping, Ministry of Shipping, Govt. of India, Mumbai.
- Provides training in huge “in campus ship” - T.S.Meenakshi
- Simulator based internship training in: Full mission engine room simulator and 240 deg ship manoeuvring simulator
- The institute is a certified ISO 9001-2015 organisation. This certificate is issued by one of the most reputed ISO Certifying classification society IR Class, a wing of Indian Register of Shipping
- Awarded with the highest Grading ‘A1–Outstanding’ by the Comprehensive Inspection Programme (CIP) conducted by Mercantile Marine Department (MMD), wing of Directorate General of Shipping (DGS), Mumbai
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