|HND to one year BSC programs ADMISSION OPEN 2016 - 2017|
|Asst. Director General of Shipping (Training and E-Governance) Shri. Deependra Singh Bisen visit to our college.|
|Bharathidhasan Vice Counsellor Dr.V.M. Muthukumar visit to our Head office in Royapuram.|
|Visit of Kenyan Educational Counsellor Mr. Mohamed Ali Osman.|
SAMS Group of Educational Institutions had a humble beginning. Southern Academy of Maritime Studies was born in the year 1999, out of an un-diminishing, futuristic vision of a Mariner, Mr.M.Karthikeyan. In the beginning SAMS was offering only a few STCW Marine courses from its Royapuram. Subsequently SAMS has spread its wings in different directions, both in the filed of Education and also in other Business ventures, the result of which are the following Educational Institutions
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The Merchant Navy is a non-combatant commercial fleet which basically deals with transporting cargo by sea, to destinations around the world. Life in the Merchant Navy may be full of fun and adventure, but it is also hard work that requires the knowledge of navigation, maintenance and safe operation of a variety of vessels which travel long distances across the seas.
There are two routes to joining the Merchant Navy. Those who have completed a B.Sc in Nautical Science or a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Marine Engineering can join the Navigation or Marine Engineering areas of the Merchant Navy.