All candidates, after booking, are requested to log in to the DGS website using INDoS No and undertake e-Learning even prior to the commencement of the course. Candidates who do not have INDoS No are to obtain the same at the earliest from the MTI
All candidates, after booking, are requested to check their SPAM Folder for joining instructions / timings of course / where to report / other important messages from NAMAC
NAMAC will commence 'in-class' training from 28 Mar 2022 onwards. Candidates with either COVID double Vaccination certificate or RTPCR (validity 72 hours) will allowed to undergo the course at NAMAC. All candidates should complete e-learning before commencement of course/exit exam. NAMAC Candidates should appear for exit exam at NAMAC only
NAMAC has commenced Practical Training for conversion of 18 months validity certificate to 5 years. Candidates may book the slot as convenient. Rs 500 is to be paid at the booking office on reporting for practical classes. This amount is included for candidates who have booked their courses on or after 01 Dec 2021. Additionally, all Candidates undergoing practical training will pay Rs 150 separately for their medical fitness.
NAMAC commenced online generation of INDoS number, interested candidates can contact booking, verification and training department. Please find the latest contact mobile numbers at CONTACT US page. NAMAC WhatsApp No.(9324857794 operational) 9324869825/9004879459 Or Click
All candidates are to check their personal profile on DGS website. If photo, signature and other details are to be uploaded, please contact verification section (+91 8779132545) prior to booking the course.
Once the course commences and batch details are uploaded, profile updating cannot be done. Course fees and the course will lapse.
EXAM SLOTS FOR REPEATERS ARE FROM 1000 HRS TO 1200 HRS ONLY. ALL REPEATER CANDIDATES SHOULD REPORT NAMAC LATEST BY 0930 HRS. CANDIDATES REPORTING AFTER 0930 HRS WILL BE GIVEN EXAM SLOT ON THE FOLLOWING WORKING DAY
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Boat handling practice and rescue operation drills for candidates are conducted in the confined and safe waters of the Naval Dockyard and Indian Navy Watermanship Training Centre (INWTC). Two 40 men capacity Totally Enclosed Motor Propelled Survival Crafts (TEMPSCs) with associated lowering/hoisting arrangements, two Fast Rescue Boats (RIBs) with powerful in board engines and steering system and a six men capacity Survival Craft with powerful OBM, enable candidates to independently handle the boats in a conducive marine environment. A standby safety boat, naval divers and swimmers are always standby to assist in any eventuality of a man over board when drills that involve rescue operations and uprighting a capsized boat are undertaken.