The applicants aspiring for getting into Merchant Navy will need to qualify for Maharashtra Academy of Naval Education and Training
Candidates must satisfy the eligibility criteria implanted by MANET MET 2019.
Those pursuing MANET NET 2019 need to be fit and strong.
This exam is organized every year for getting admission into B.tech(Four Years Marine Engineering) and B.SC(Four Years of Nautical Science)
Marital: Candidates should be unmarried.
Age: They should be aged below 25 years old. However, the upper age limit for admission is relaxed by 5 years for the SC/TC candidates.
Language Qualification: Candidates should score 50% marks in English either in standard X or XII.
Subject Qualification: Candidates should also score an aggregate 60% in physics, chemistry and mathematics in the XII standard.
Medical Fitness: As per DGS Norms. Eyesight: No color blindness for both courses. For nautical science Unaided 6/6 vision in both eyes Most importantly, the candidate should be medically fit and should meet the minimum physical fitness requirements and medical standards.
Note: Candidates are advised to have themselves medically examined by competent doctors before applying for the exam. This will ensure that candidates meet the minimum fitness requirements, which in turn will avoid disappointment at a later stage.
There should be no impaired hearing, discharge from or disease of either ear, unhealed perforation of the tympanic membrane or signs of acute or chronic supportive otitis media or evidence of radical or modified radical mastoid operation and no congenital malfunction of the ear. The unaided average threshold is to be higher than 40 DB in both ears at 500,1000,2000, and 3000 Hz and/or functional speech discrimination less than 90% at 55 DB in both ears is required. A candidate should be able to hear a whisper at a distance of 5 meters on each side without using hearing aids.
Candidates should not be afflicted with any disease of the bones and cartilage of the nose, nasal polyps or disease of nasopharynx or accessory sinuses.
There should not be any loss or decay of teeth to such an extent as to interfere with efficient mastication. There should also not be any evidence of any disease of the throat, palate, tonsils or gums or any disease or injury affecting the normal function of either temporomandibular joint. Individuals with severe pyorrhea will also be rejected.
One year has elapsed after the operation (documentary proof required);
The general tone of abdominal muscles is good; and
There has been no recurrence of a hernia or complications arising from the surgery.
Candidates must not have any degree of squint or any morbid condition of eyes or of the eyelids that is liable to aggravate or recur. Neither should they exhibit symptoms of the pressure of trachoma and iris complications or sequela.
Candidates must possess good binocular vision (fusion faculty and a full field of vision in both eyes). Movement of the eyeballs must be full in all direction and the pupils should react normally to light and accommodation.
Candidates for the B.S. Nautical Technology program must have unaided 6/6 vision in both eyes. Colour blindness is not permitted.
Note: Candidates in their own interest, it would be prudent to get the eyesight checked by a qualified Eye specialist as per the eyesight requirement of the courses. This will help candidates to avoid any last minute embarrassment during the admission round.
Is medical fitness needed for the exam?
Yes, Medical Fitness is needed.
As per DGS Norms. Eyesight: No color blindness for both courses. For nautical science Unaided 6/6 vision in both eyes Most importantly, the candidate should be medically fit and should meet the minimum physical fitness requirements and medical standards.
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I am Divorced, can I apply?
My 12 PCM is 58.33% while overall 70% , can i eligible for BSC in nautical science?
The minimum percentage in PCM is 60% is must for BSC in nautical science.
What if i dont get aggregate 60% in boards but my manet met is good .can i get in manet
For B.Tech Marine Engineering, what is the max power allowed for the candidates in MANET CET?
All candidates must be medically fit with eyesight 6/6, with or without external aids.
The maximum power permitted is ± 2.5 and no colour blindness. All candidates have to pass
All candidates have to pass the complete medical examination and mandatory tests prior to joining.
A candidate applying for MANET MET should be clear of all the above to be eligible for B.Tech in Marine Engineering.