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MEO Class 1

  • Latest development in IMO
  • Latest development in IACS
  • history of IACS
  • Engine fore end vibrations. Outing C/E says this problem from last 3 months, what will you check.
  • Anchor not heaving up, what will you do as C/E
  • M/E T/c what is VTI
  • Theory how it operates and how will you do it. 
  • EIAPP certificate who issues and what are its contents.
  • Taking over a new ship in the yard. For endurance trials, what all checks you will carry out on M/E. 
  • Noise survey who carried out and when
  • Solas ch xii reg 12,13
  • ESP what to check after the ship passes more than 10 years 
  • MS act national shipping board
  • conflict of law
  • CLT and ducted propellor design and function difference
  • HV system, the isolation process
  • London dumping convention
  • Marine insurance principles and implied assurance
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • How many titles and articles in MLC 2006? What is article V in MLC 2006?
  • How to get MLC certification for a new ship? Documents in MLC.
  • What is CBA?
  • Parametric rolling?
  • Derating purpose.
  • Amendments to ISM code in chronological order? When ISM came into force?
  • Write Class notations of your ships and explain.
  • Role of average adjuster...he wants to hear the proximate cause, particular and general average 
  • What are sea areas ?..told him as per IMO A 801(19) definitions
  • GMDSS equipment and explain each?
  • In ISO 8217: 2017, what all new changes as from previous 2012?....he wants CIMAC guidelines all 8 points.
  • Leadership and managerial qualities of CE?
  •  Statutory certificates on your ship.
  • Join as c/e how you make sure that ism is effectively maintained.
  • Cross curve of stability.? Difference between GZ and KN curve?
  • Dynamic stability?
  • What all test for dynamic stability.
  • Drydock planing?  some line drawing, from where you will come to know what steel n how much steel u need for plate removal.
  • Role of an average adjuster.
  • CSR .. all points..and about all 3forms..?
  • Loss ratio,?
  • What is the commercial point of view for liner trade?
  • Hay Visby and Hamburg rule
  • The aspect ratio for vgt?
  • How you check competency of a TME?
  • No more favourable treatment.. what if you r going to country who did not ratify any convention..can they inspect you.?.what if Ur state doesn't ratify but u r complying with the convention .what proof u will  have that u r complying with new convention .


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