Way2ship® is a marine education platform specialised in providing complete admission & preparation support for all pre-sea & post sea courses approved by D.G Shipping, Govt. of India with well versed & experienced mariners team, way2ship ensures the whole process of Selection & preparation to be smooth & glitch-free for both the aspiring candidates & the maritime institutes.

Note for Candidates:

Way2ship provides complete guidance & preparation support throughout your maritime career. So if you are looking to join merchant navy look no-more , you are on a right platform. Way2ship helps its selected/Admitted candidates through all his maritime career, i.e. from cadet to captain or from  Rating Crew to officer. Way2ship helps & Guides you at every step like, pre-sea process, documentation, Jobs & Placement, CDC issuance, DLP & Tar assistance, COC Preparation material, sea jobs to offshore jobs support etc . absolutely free.

Well now, We will share few points to keep in mind before selecting Institute for pre-sea training.

Merchant Navy Aspirants-Be Aware, Don't get cheated while making a career at sea.There are thousands of people who are being cheated in this profession in the initial stages of their career, let's spread awareness and stop that from happening. Check the authenticity & Approval of college and company too. Don’t believe on words of mouth. If you know anybody working in this field, it is strongly recommended to take advising and suggestion from them.

If you have decided to do courses related to merchant navy, then first of all make sure that the institute is DG Approved and then make sure that the course is approved too. Your next question, how would I know that??? Answer is log on to www.dgshipping.com . Here you would find the complete list of approved institutes. This is the minimum you do for yourself. Once you know the above criterion is fulfilled, and then you can be sure that after completion of course you would get authentic certificates which any shipping company would accept.

With help of several other victims, the Economic Offences Wing arrested Manoj Dubey for allegedly cheating 70 students to the tune of over Rs7 crore.  DNA INDIA Report. http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-rs7-crore-merchant-navy-job-racket-busted-1278606

When 23-year-old Mayur Patel signed up for a course with an institute promising jobs in the Merchant Navy, he thought he was securing his future. After paying Rs4 lakh as fees and wasting several months, the Kandivili resident realised that he was a victim of fraud.

With help of several other victims, the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) on Wednesday arrested Manoj Dubey for allegedly cheating 70 students to the tune of over Rs7 crore.

According to the police, Dubey had formed a bogus company - Searock Institute of Education Research and Development Private Limited - based in Andheri.

Patel said he first came to know of the institute when the ‘faculty members’ visited his college in 2006. “They told us they have 500 ships and promised us jobs in the Merchant Navy with a starting salary of Rs25,000,” said Patel.

Attracted by the lucrative offer, Patel visited their Andheri office. “I was told that we had to pay Rs4 lakh as fees and then we would be given a 24-month officer training programme, followed by working on a ship,” he said.

However, they were taught about foreign languages instead of the Navy, Patel claimed. “In February 2007, we were sent for a camp to Karjat where we were given vada pav for food. When I inquired with the Indian Maritime Board and the director general of Shipping Office, I learnt that the institute was not approved by them,” he said.

“When we went to the institute’s office for a refund, their staff threatened us. Later we found out Dubey had stopped visiting his office,” said Aadish Shetty, another victim. 

Amit Sinha, also a victim, said, “We found out that Dubey would be coming to a hotel in Bandra on Tuesday. We caught him there and then informed the EOW officials.”

“We are on the lookout for Dubey’s brothers Manish and Vinod,” said Ashok Gajbiye, senior inspector, EOW.

Many latest and similar frauds can be found on Internet.

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  • Checking the eligibility criteria for merchant navy courses
  • Evaluation & assessment by interview & medical test by D.G Shipping (Govt. Of India) Approved Doctor.
  • Defining the merchant navy & Career chart
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