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Merchant Shipping (Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum- Seafarer Identity Document) Rules, 2001

THE GAZETTE OF INDIA
EXTRAORDINARY
PART II SECTION 3 SUB SECTION (i)
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY     
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 

MINISTRY OF SHIPPING
DEPARTMENT OF SHIPPING (SHIPPING WING)

N O T I F I C A T I O N

New Delhi, the  -- 19th June, 2001

G.S.R 440(E) - In exercise of the powers conferred by section 457 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958) and in suppression of the Merchant Shipping (Continuous Discharge Certificate) Rules 1993, except as respects things are done or omitted to be done before such suppression,  the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely:-

1. Short  title, commencement and application  (1) These rules may be called the Merchant Shipping (Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum- Seafarers  Identity Document) Rules, 2001

(2) They  shall  come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

(3) They   shall  apply to persons, who fulfill the eligibility conditions as specified under rules 4 and 5 of these rules for employment as seamen, ( as defined under clause (42) of section 3 of the Act), on board ships (including foreign going ships and home trade ships of not less than 200 tons gross).

2. Definitions -  (1) In these rules,  unless the context otherwise requires -

(a) Act means the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958)

(b) "Approved Institute" means a training institute approved by the  Directorate General of Shipping.

(c) C.D.C  means   a   Continuous  Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity   Document.

(d) "Compassionate grounds"  means the cases of  sons or dependant family members  of deceased or physically incapacitated seaman where the death or physical incapacitation, as the case may be, of the seamen occurred prior to  his retirement from sea service or attainment of superannuation. The applicant for issue of C.D.C. shall  produce a certificate from the Revenue Authority within whose jurisdiction he ordinarily resides, regarding other earning members in his family and only one dependent son or family member of the deceased or as the case may be, physically incapacitated seaman shall be considered for issue of CDC as Utility Hand on compassionate grounds;

(e) Form means a form appended to these rules :

(f) Shipping Master means  a  Shipping  Master of a port appointed under sub-section (1) of Section 11 of the Act.

(g) "Deputy Director General of Shipping" means the Deputy Director General of Shipping in charge of the Crew Branch in the Directorate General of Shipping.

(h) Sea Service means articled period on a ship.

(i) S.T.C.W. (Code) means the code referred to in Merchant Shipping (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers) Rules, 1998.

(2) Words and phrases used in these rules and not defined but defined in the Act shall have the meanings respectively assigned to them.

3. Application for C.D.C.-     (1) Any  person  who fulfills all the eligibility conditions as specified in rules 4 and 5 of these rules, for the issue of a CDC, may apply to the shipping master at Nau Bhavan, 10, R.K. Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400001 or The shipping master, Shipping Office, Marine House, Hastings, Calcutta - 700 022   or shipping master, Mercantile Marine Department, Anchorgate Building, 2ndfloor, P.B.No.5004, Rajaji Salai, chennai-600001, by registered post.

(2) Every  such   application shall be in the format as specified  by the Director General of Shipping, from time to time and shall be  accompanied by two copies of the applicants recent  Videograph, copies of relevant certificates or documents duly attested by a Gazetted Officer as proof of eligibility, and a signed declaration to the effect that the applicant has not previously been issued a CDC and has not submitted an application for CDC to any other shipping master, alongwith a fee of five hundred rupees (non refundable).

4. Eligibility conditions for applicant seaman other than Certificated Officers -  (1)   The applicant should be a citizen of India;

(2) Age  limit -

 

(i)

For Deck ,Engine and Catering (Saloon) rating trainees-

between 18 and 25 years of age
(ii)
 
For  Utility Hand 
 

Between 18 and 40 years

(iii)





 
For Petty Officers (Carpenter, Chief Steward, Electrician, Fitter, Machinist, Pump man, Refrigeration Mechanic, Computer Operator, Mechanic (Motor Vehicle), Automobile Engineering  , Pipe Fitter, Motor Mechanic, Diesel Mechanic, General Mechanic, Maintenance Mechanic, Mechanic( Tool Engineering), Welder,  Electric Arc Welder,  Turner, Boiler Attendant,  Electronic Mechanic)

Between 18 and 40 years of age

 

(iv)

For ex-Naval ratings

Upto 45 years of age

(v)

For non-certificated Officers such as Purser/Ships clerk, Electrical officer and Electronic Officer

Between 18 and 40 years.

 

Note 1- The crucial date for determining the age-limit shall be the closing date for receipt of application.

Note 2-  Normally, the  date  of   birth  as   mentioned   in   the   School  Leaving   certificate  shall  be   accepted    as   proof   of   evidence   of   date   of   birth   of   an    applicant. In   respect    of     ex-Naval    applicants,   the   date    of     birth    indicated  in  Form No. Indian   Navy   271    shall only   be     the    proper   documentary  proof to this effect.

(3) Educational Qualifications :

(i)
 
For Deck, Engine, and Catering(Saloon) Trainees      
Xth standard passed
(ii)
 

For Utility Hands

VIII standard passed

(iii)




 

For Petty Officer


 

Xth Std. passed with  respective trade certificate from ITI (National Trade Certificate)(NTC) or National Apprenticeship Certificate (NAC) or Diploma Certificates approved by the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) or All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The  minimum duration of the courses from any one of the above institutes shall be  two years.

(iv)

For Purser/Ships clerk

A graduate with knowledge of accountancy and computer operation.

(v)

For Electrical and Electronic
Officer

A Diploma or Degree in respective Branch from a Government recognized Polytechic or recognized University

 

Note CDC in the category of Utility Hand shall be issued only if candidate is sponsored by a shipping company.

(4)  For Medical fitness,  the   applicants   should   possess    a  certificate in the        prescribed    form     issued   in Annexures E and F of the Merchant     Shipping   (  Medical Examination) Rules , 2000, to the   effect  that  he   is medically fit to be    employed on board ships.

(5) An applicant for issue of CDC as Deck, Engine and Catering (Saloon) Trainee shall have successfully completed the pre-sea training for ratings from an approved training institute as prescribed under sub-clause (b) of clause (ii) of sub-rule (2) of rule 28 of the Merchant Shipping (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers) Rules, 1998.

(6) An applicant for issue of CDC shall have undergone the basic familiarization training and instructions as prescribed under sub-rule (1) of rule 33 of the  Merchant  Shipping (Standards of Training ,Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers ) Rules, 1998

(7) An  applicant   shall not  hold   any   C.D.C.   issued   earlier   by    any Shipping  Master in India.                         

(8) In case of issue of CDC on compassionate grounds, the Director General of shipping may relax any or all of the provisions of this rule except sub-rules (5) and (6) of this rule in respect of all categories.

(9) Notwithstanding     anything      contained    in    sub-rules  (2) to (5) and (7)  of this rule, an applicant,    who    is    a member of any Scheduled Tribe, of the Union    Territory    of    the Andaman and Nicobar Islands or the Union Territory    of   Lakshadweep and is of  the age of not less than 18 years and   not  more  than 40  years, shall be eligible for obtaining a CDC if he -

(i) has   served as a seaman  or  a ships crew or both in  the capacity for which he seeks a CDC for not less than 3 years    at    sea   within the previous 7 years preceding the date of application:

(ii) has   produced    evidence   that he has performed such sea service for a period  of not less than three years; and

(iii) is  in   possession  of   a  certificate   in     the     prescribed  form set out in Annexures E and F of the Merchant    Shipping  (Medical Examination) Rules 2000, to the    effect that he is medically fit to be employed on ships; and. (iv)        has undergone the basic familiarization training and instructions as prescribed under sub-rule (1) of rule 33 of the Merchant Shipping (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers) Rules, 1998.         

(10) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub rules (2), (3) and (5)  of this rule, an applicant who has been working on board foreign  going   vessels of  any flag  in any capacity without CDC issued by Indian authority during the period between 1st January 1982 and the date of notification of these Rules in this Official Gazette for a minimum period of not less than 3 years shall be issued with a CDC in the same capacity under these rules subject to the following conditions, namely:-

(i) the applicant is a citizen of India.

(ii) the applicant shall produce with his application his passport or  his  Seafarers'  Identity Document possessed by him giving details of the sea service  rendered by him duly endorsed by the Master or owner or  the owner's authorized agent of the vessel on which the seafarer had served or the owners authorized agent. 

(iii) The applicant is  in   possession  of   a  certificate   in     the     prescribed form set out in Annexures E and F of the Merchant    Shipping  (Medical Examination) Rules 2000, to the  effect that he is medically fit to be employed on  board ships.

(iv)The applicant has undergone the basic familiarization training and instructions as prescribed under sub-rule (1) of rule 33 of the Merchant Shipping  (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers) Rules, 1998.

(v) Such application shall be submitted to the Shipping Master's Office within a period of one year from the date of notification  of these Rules in the Official Gazette.

5. Eligibility    for    Certificated    Officers  - (1)   A    citizen of India who  is in possession of  a  valid  certificate   of competency  issued under   Section               78   of      the    Act   or    a  Certificate    recognised     under   Section    86        of   the       Act  or   who    has    been     declared    successful    in    the  final             examination   of   the   three    years  B.Sc. (Nautical Science) course approved by the Director General of Shipping   or   who has   been   declared    passed or exempted in Marine Engineer    Officer  Class-II  Part   A  Examination ,  is   eligible for issue of  a C.D.C .

(2) The    Trainee    Marine  Engineer,  Trainee    Radio    Officers  and Deck Cadets,  who have completed the prescribed pre-sea training and are eligible to proceed  to sea shall also be eligible to apply for issue of CDCs specifying the incumbents  rank  or  category.

(3) Navigational Watch-keeping Officer (NCV), Marine Officer  Class-IV and ex-Indian Naval Officer in possession of a Watch-keeping Certificate, who have completed written examination and are required to undergo on board training for appearing oral examination shall also be eligible to request for issue of CDCs specifying the incumbents rank or category.

(4) A citizen of India who is in possession of a valid Certificate of competency issued by any foreign nation, is eligible to request for issue of a CDC.

(5) All the applicants mentioned in sub rules (1) and (2) above shall have undergone the basic familiarization training and instructions as prescribed under sub-rule (2) of rule 33 of the Merchant Shipping (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers) Rules, 1998. 

6. Issue of  C.D.Cs  - (1) The  Shipping   Master   shall,   after   the  descriptive particulars  of the applicant   have   been    entered   in   and   the   Videograph   affixed  to the C.D.C., affix his signature and official seal   on   the Videograph and issue   the    same   to    the   applicant , who   fulfills  all the conditions laid down in rules 4 and 5.

(2) A   C.D.C.   issued   under   these   rules  shall be in Form-1 and shall be serially numbered. 

Note: Issuance of CDC does not guarantee a job which is the prerogative of the employers.

7.  Register of C.D.C.s - (1)    The   Shipping  Master  shall  maintain  a register of  C.D.Cs issued to seamen   from   his   port,   in    Form-2,   which    shall contain all the particulars recorded in the C.D.C.

(2) All  subsequent  entries   in the C.D.Cs issued from the port shall also be recorded in the said Register

8. Period of Validity. -  (1)      A   C.D.C.   granted   under  these rules shall be valid for a period of ten  years and may be renewed on expiry  or within 6 months prior to date of expiry, on a request from the holder,   for   a  further   period   up to  ten years   at a time if the holder is a serving Seamen and his C.D.C. has   not   been  cancelled, withdrawn or suspended under these rules.

(2) If the period of validity of  CDC of a Seamen expires during the voyage, it shall continue to be valid till the end of the voyage.

(3) A recent Videograph taken within the last three months should be affixed to the CDC at the time of renewal while retaining the old Videograph. 

9. Report of desertion etc. - For the purposes of section 192 of the Act, the proper officer shall be the Shipping Master.

10. Cancellation or suspension of a C.D.C.- (1)    Where  the  Director   General  of Shipping is satisfied that a seamen has committed a misconduct of  a nature specified  in section 190 of the Act or on a report received  by  him,   the Director General is satisfied that a seamen has deserted his ship in   the   circumstances  specified in section 192 or that he has been convicted  of an offence of the  nature referred to in sub-section (2)  of   section   195   of   the  Act, he may direct to the shipping master that C.D.C. of such seaman shall be cancelled, withheld or shall be suspended for a specified period.

(2) If   a  seamen lawfully engaged is guilty of an offence of committing any of the   acts    mentioned   in   section   194  of the Act or is convicted of an offence  under   any   other   law   for  the   time   being   in force, the             Director    General    may   direct    that   C.D.C. of such seaman shall  be cancelled   or  withheld or suspended for such period as may be specified in the direction .

(3) If the Shipping Master has reasons to believe that the holder of a CDC granted under this rule has obtained the same making a false or erroneous information, he may cancel or suspend such CDCs forthwith.

(4) Where    the  C.D.C. has been  cancelled or suspended as  above, the reasons for the same shall  be intimated   to  the  person in writing to whom it is issued and a copy of the order   of such cancellation or suspension as the case may be shall be  endorsed  to all other Shipping Masters in India and the Director General of Shipping

(5) Before   cancellation    or    suspension    or     withholding   the  C.D.C., as the case may be, the   C.D.C.   holder shall be given an  opportunity  to represent his case before  the   Shipping  Master.  The Shipping   Master shall also intimate  the   reasons of cancellation or  suspension or withholding, as the case may be,   to    the   C.D.C. holders if the same is decided upon.

11 Appeal  - (1) Any applicant aggrieved by any order made under these rules by the shipping master, may, within a period of 60 days of receipt of such order, prefer an appeal to the Deputy Director  General of Shipping dealing with CDC.

(2) Any applicant aggrieved by any order made under sub-rule(1) of rules-11 by the Deputy  Director General of Shipping, may prefer an appeal to the Director General of Shipping within a period of 60 days of receipt of such order by him.  In such cases, the decision of the Director General of Shipping on such appeal shall be final.

(3) No appeal shall be admitted if it is preferred after the expirty of the period prescribed under sub-rule (1) and (2) ; provided that an appeal may be admitted after the expiry of period prescribed therefore, if the applicant satisfies the appellate authority that he had sufficient cause for not preferring the appeal within the prescribed period.

12. Register   of   cancelled  C.D.C. etc -   The    Shipping   Master  shall maintain a register of   C.D.Cs   which   have been withheld, cancelled or suspended, under rule 10 of these Rules .

13.  C.D.C. not to be issued in certain cases - (1) No C.D.C.   shall   be   issued   to   an  applicant   under these rules whose application has been cancelled or suspended by a Shipping Master of one port and who applies to the Shipping     Master  of another port by suppressing this fact.

(2) Where    the  request  for the issue of C.D.C.  is cancelled or suspended, the reasons for the such cancellation or suspension shall be intimated   to  the  applicant and a copy of the such order  shall  be endorsed  to all other Shipping Masters and the Director General of Shipping 

(3) No CDC shall be issued to an applicant against whom a written debarment order or orders  have been passed by a Shipping Masters unless the said order has been set aside by the Director General of Shipping. 

14. Duplicate C.D.C. - Where a C.D.C. of a person, if he is a serving seaman, issued under these rules, is mislaid, destroyed, defaced or mutilated, such seaman may apply  to   the   Shipping   Master   of   the port concerned  along with a fee of rupees one  thousand for   issuance of   a  duplicate copy of the C.D.C., with all entries of the previous voyages or a summary of these recorded therein. 

15. Returns    of   C.D.C. -   Every   Shipping  Master   shall,   at   the  beginning of each  quarter furnish to the Director   General of Shipping   a return in Form-3 of the number of C.D.Cs  issued to seamen from his port during the previous quarter.

16. Entry on Discharge - (1)   At   the   time of   discharge   the seamen shall,  if he so desires, be granted,  by the       Master   of   the   ship    on   which   he    has    been  serving an entry in the    C.D.C. specifying   the   particulars referred in sub-section (2) of section 120 of         the Act.

(2) The  entries made in the C.D.C. shall be attested by the Shipping Master of  the   port  of discharge and thereafter the C.D.C. shall be returned to the seamen concerned.

 

FORM 1

{See rule 6(2)}
Government of India
Emblem

CONTINUOUS DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE
CUM
SEAFARERS IDENTITY DOCUMENT

Issued under Merchant Shipping (Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity Document) Rules, 2001

 

Videograph                 Videograph       Videograph           Videograph

official stamp              official stamp     official stamp        official stamp

Fresh issue                1st Renewal        2nd Renewal          3rd Renewal

Note: The above Video should be authenticated by impressing the Shipping Office Stamp and the Signature of the Shipping Master partly on the Video and partly on the book 

Name of the Seaman : 

Code No. of Port and

Registration No. of  the 

Discharge Book     

  

Notice to Seamen 

(1) Seamen are informed that this Continuous Discharge Certificate- cum-Seafarers Identity Document should be produced and handed over to the Shipping Master, or Consular when signing Articles of Agreement, so that the engagement column may be filled in and the certificate given into the safe keeping of the Master of the Ship. 

(2) If the seaman desert or fail to join, his book will be deposited by the Master with the Shipping Master or Consular or the port where he left the ship, who will forward it to the Shipping Master of the port of engagement. 

(3) If this certificate become defaced or torn or filed up or it get lost the Shipping Master will, on application, arrange for the issue of a duplicate. 

(4) Seamen are warned not to correct, alter or in any way tamper with the entries on this certificate as they are liable to be prosecuted if they do so. 

(5) Seamen are informed that the CDCs should be revalidated after every ten years and affix an additional recent Videograph at the time of revalidation.

(6) It may be ensured that the particulars mentioned in the CDC are correct and if any discrepancies are noted, the same has to be intimated to the issuing office along with the CDC for correction within 30 days from the date of receipt.  Request for any corrections cannot be entertained after this deadline.

 

 Note 

If this Certificate come into the possession of any person to whom it does not belong, it should be handed over to the Shipping Master, or the nearest Mercantile Marine Office, or may be transmitted to the Directorate General of Shipping, Mumbai. 

Record of any award or commendation received by the seaman, the entry shall be signed by the Shipping Master, dated and stamped.

Emblem 

CONTINUOUS DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE
CUM
SEAFARERS IDENTITY DOCUMENT

 

Issued by the Government of India

Name of Seamen in full and Name of Father 

 

Date of Birth

DAY

MONTH

YEAR

 

 

 

 

Place of Birth : 

Nationality: 

Religion: 

Height in Centimeters : 

Colour of Eyes : 

Colour of Hair: 

Complexion: 

Certificate of Competency, if any

Grade

Number

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tattoo or other distinguishing marks:

(i)

 

(ii)

 

 Issued at the Port of  

Date of Issue : 

Signature of Seaman. 

Shipping Master

  

1. Pre-Sea Training Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

2. PSSR Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

3.  PST Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

4. FF&FP Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

5. EFA Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

6. Certificate of Competency in Cooking No and Place of Issue: 

 

Summary of former Certificate of Service

Name of the Ship

Number of Voyages

Category

Number of voyages

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voyages not completed

 

CONTINUOUS DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE
CUM
SEAFARERS IDENTITY DOCUMENT

S. No. *Name of Ship and official
number, and tonnage

Date and Place of

 

 

 

 

Engagement

 

 

 

 

 


Discharge

Category

Descrip-
tion
of voyage

Signature of Shipping
Master, Consular
Officer with
Official Stamp

 

 *These columns are to be filled in at  the time of engagement.

            # In Engineers Books insert Kilo Watts.  In Radio Officers Books insert tonnage classification of Ship as per Merchant Shipping (Distress and Safety Radio Communication) Rules, 1995. 

 

 

HOME ADDRESS OF SEAMAN 

(To be entered by the Seaman)

 

Name 

Village 

Post Office 

District 

State 

Pincode 

NEXT OF KIN OF SEAMAN WITH ADDRESS 

Name & Relationship 

Address 

Additional Pages for office use

 

Issued under Merchant Shipping (Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity Document) Rules, 2001 valid for a period of 10 years w.e.f. If the period of validity expires during the voyage,  it shall continued to be valid till the end of the voyage. 

Shipping Master 

Issued under Merchant Shipping (Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity Document) Rules, 2001 valid for a period of 10 years w.e.f. If the period of validity expires during the voyage,  it shall continued to be valid till the end of the voyage. 

Shipping Master

Issued under Merchant  Shipping  (Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity Document) Rules, 2001 valid for a period of 10 years w.e.f. If the period of validity expires during the voyage it shall continued to be valid till the end of the voyage. 

Shipping Master

Issued under Merchant Shipping  (Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity Document) Rules, 2001 valid for a period of 10 years w.e.f. If the period of validity expires during the voyage it shall continued to be valid till the end of the voyage. 

Shipping Master

 

Additional Pages for Office Use

 

 

FORM 2

( See rule 7 ) 

REGISTER  OF CONTINUOUS DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE
CUM
SEAFARERS IDENTITY DOCUMENT 

                                                                             Form 2
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                                                                             See rule7

REGISTER NO. OF  DISCHARGE BOOK

DATE OF ISSUE OF CERTIFICATE.

 

Emblem

Issued by

THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

 

VideoGRAPH

 

1.Pre-Sea Training Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

2.PSSR Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

3.PST Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

4.FF&FP Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

5.EFA Certificate No. and Place of Issue:

6.Certificate of Competency in Cooking No and Place of Issue: 

Name of Seamen in full and Name of Father 

Date of Birth

DAY

MONTH

YEAR

 

 

 

Place of Birth : 

Nationality: 

Religion: 

Village 

Post Office 

District 

State 

Pincode 

Height in Centimeters : 

Colour of Eyes : 

Colour of Hair: 

Complexion: 

Certificate of Competency, if any

Grade

Number

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Tattoo or other distinguishing marks:

(i)

 

(ii)

 

 Issued at the Port of  

Date of Issue : 

Signature of Seaman. 

Shipping Master

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Record of any award or commendation received by the seaman, the entry shall be signed by the Shipping Master, dated and stamped. 

                                                                                     

 Signature of Seaman:                   

                                                                                                     SHIPPING MASTER

                                                           Issued on:

                                                                  

*Note:- Stop orders shall be written in red ink to draw attention.  Stop orders  and other orders are to be cancelled as soon as they cease to operate.  All entries, additions and alterations in this register shall  be initialed by the SHIPPING MASTER, and they shall not, otherwise be recognized.  Any person is warned that he is liable to be prosecuted if he tamper unlawfully with this register. 

S. No.

 

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1.    In Engineers Books insert Horse Power.  In Radio Officers Books insert gross tonnage and wireless classification of ship.

 

 

FORM 3

(see rule 15)

Return in respect of Continuous Discharge Certificates-cum-Seafarers Identity document issued to seamen during the quarter endingat the port of .

 

No. of Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarer,s Identity  Document issued

Deck             Engine room Saloon     Total
       

 

                                             

           No. of duplicate Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity documents  issued..                       

                                                         

                   SHIPPING MASTER

To

The Director General of Shipping,
Mumbai.

ANNEXURE

 

Name of ports and their code letters for purposes of issue of Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarers Identity Document

 

          Name of Port                                                      Code letters


1.      MUMBAI                                                              MU

2.      CALCUTTA                                                           CL

3.      CHENNAI                                                            CH

 

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Master / Chief Officer Chief Engineer / 2nd Engineer

DRY FLEET
Master / Chief Officer Chief Engineer / 2nd Engineer

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AB / Oiler / Motor man / Fitter / Pumpman/Cook with Relevant Experience

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