Is Indian Maritime university good?

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Is Indian Maritime university good?

IMU is good college with good infrastructure but some of the parts are not so good like internships placement and some activities the administration will not take any suggestions from. The students.

Is IMU a Government body?

The Governance System: The Governance system of the IMU will be similar to the Central Universities and the Institutions of National Importance fulfilling the requirements of the University Grants Commission for recognition as a University for the award of the degrees.

How many colleges are under IMU?

21 colleges
Affiliated colleges Following are list of colleges affiliated under IMU. As of 2018, there were 21 colleges.

What rank is required for IMU Chennai?

Then you just need to qualify the CET( ie get a rank below 12000). However if you go to IMU with this rank your chances are slim.

What is the syllabus for IMU CET exam?

According to the official website, IMU CET syllabus consists of topics from Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, English and General Aptitude of 12th Grade/Plus 2 Level/Intermediate/Equivalent level. While preparing for the exam, the candidates are advised to refer to the IMU CET syllabus 2022.

What is the history of Indian Maritime University?

The Indian Maritime University came into being through an Act of Parliament (Act 22) on 14th November 2008 as a Central University and is poised to play a key role in the development of trained human resource for the maritime sector. 14th November is celebrated as ‘IMU Day’ every year. The following are the objectives of the University:

Where is the preunthalaivar Kamarajar College of Education located?

It is presently located in the campus of the Preunthalaivar Kamarajar College of Education, Karaikal. Dr. S.A.Senthil Kumar is presently serving as Professor and Head in the Department of Management, School of Management, Pondicherry University, Karaikal Campus, Puducherry since July 2010.

Who is the author of the article on maritime education in Tamil?

Dr. (Mrs.) Malini V Shankar, IAS (Retd.), VC, IMU authored an article on “Maritime Education – History, Scope and Opportunities (in Tamil)” published in Yojana – Thittam (Feb 2022 issue).

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