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Uploading of Documents and e- payment of fee for MEO Class IV COC examination

This facility is started onwards 28th April 2016 for new seafarer who are going to apply MEO Class IV part-A and part-B for assessment. Earlier you have to visit in-person to MMD, whichever is nearer to your location to apply for assessment which is very time consuming and expensive sometimes.

After this facility is launch, you can upload your document on e-Pariksha portal. Without having successfully uploaded the mandatory documents, candidate application will not be accepted for assessment.

After the online submission,your document will be reviewed. once the application is approved, the candidate can book seat for written and oral examination.
At the time of assessment keep your original documents and one copy of self-attested photocopy of uploaded document with you.

1.Login to account using e-Pariksha Logincredentials. e-Pariksha link:

2.Click on Application tab and then select Application Form sub-tab.

3.Go to Personal Particulars, after filling Center details click next and go to Personal Details and upload your Photo, Signature and Passport.
4.Go to next tab Professional Details, fill your INDOS no. ,CDC details and upload CDC.
5. Go to second tab Scholastic Education, fill and upload your document.
6.Go to next tab Pre-Sea training, fill your Pre-sea institute details and upload document.
7. Go to next tab Structure On-Board Training, Fill the highlighted part if you are apply for MEO class IV. You have to fill your Training Officer or Chief engineers Details.
8.Go to next tab Sea Going Service, fill your Ship details and attach your testimonials. 
9.Go to next tab STCW Courses, fill your all STCW certificate details and attach relevant documents.
10.Go to next tab Level Applied For, tick mark as shown below if u are applying for MEO Class IV.
11.Leave the next tab Certificate of Competency Held, blank if u are applying for MEO Class IV. Go to next tab Approved Courses, fill and attach document. Here you have fill non-STCW courses details like Engine room simulation course.
12.Accept the Declaration in the next tab.
13.After online Submission of application, wait for few days to get approval of your application. Once you get approval you can pay the fee and book your seats for written and orals.


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