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MEO Class 1

  • if a crew goes for joining a ship ,falls sick before joining,who will take care of him ?
  • definition of major non conformity
  • define inventory management, without using word inventory and management
  • what is new in Solas . Structural requirement for polar ships .what is polar water .what is special in those areas
  • duty of care ? ( Whose duty is it ?)
  • EEOI ,action as c/e to improve .how shaft generator improves waste heat recovery .
  • You have given notice to company to remove 2/e .comapny is not able to do till next port .what will you do ?
  • definition of superstructure .
  • most important quality of Junior you will assess,whom you have prepared for emergency situation.
  • How you as a CE will take over a vessel from outgoing CE
  • DD preparation
  • MLC in context of motivation
  • Heavy running of Propeller. How will you decide that it is happening ?
  • Casualty Investigation code
  • Optimum order quantity ( in spares)
  • How would you develop PMS onboard a new ship ?
  • PSC responsibility as per MLC
  • steering gear beakdown your action.cross questions.pulling a vessel is which type of operation.
  • how you will order tugs
  • Bunker order procedure and cross questions
  • type of leaderships, what type of leader i want to be and why
  • new liner and new piston ring what is the procedure
  • How will you go about fitting BW related equipment on board
  • Shipowner adv in MLC
  • LD Clause (liquidity damage clause)
  • CLC and related
  • C.S deflection and related,
  • When charterer want to go for bareboat CH, not shipowner
  • ABC and VED inventory management
  • Prop curve and related


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