M. Tech CASAD (Computer Aided Structural Analysis and Design)Cochin University of Science & Technology
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What could be improved Classes handled by inexperienced guest lecturers.
Would you recommend this course? No.
This course is one of the pioneers in the field of Naval Architecture education in this country and was established with an aim to create a new and dynamic generation of Naval Architects to meet the requirements of the Indian Shipbuilding Industry, Ship Classification Societies, R&D organizations, Indian Navy, and related organisations With this in view, a B.Tech. programme in Naval Architecture and Ship Building was started in 1975.This Department maintains active collaboration and interaction with IITs, foreign Universities, shipyards and other industries. These organizations have been generous in extending their facilities and expertise to impart training to our students. The fruitful collaboration of this Department with Rostock University, Germany dates back to 1978 and remains as an important milestone in the development of this Department. The curriculum was drawn up and updated in consultation with experts from various academic institutions and industries. This has brought the course curriculum in conformity with international standards. The Ministry of Surface Transport, Govt. of India approved the B.Tech.(NA&SB) courses course for the M.O.T. Certificate Examination, thus enabling the B.Tech. graduates to venture into the field of Marine Engineering also. The Indian Navy has recognised this department as a centre for the higher education of their officers. The Department has a highly qualified and dedicated faculty, an excellent library, computer centre, laboratories and workshops. The faculty have over 100 research publications to their credit. The quality of education imparted and the resulting professional competence of the graduates enabled the Department to achieve a unique record of 100 percent placement of its graduates in India and abroad. The intake of students is kept low to enable them get personal attention in their studies, professional training and career development.