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FOREIGN GOING SHIP (PHASE - II)

FUNCTION: NAVIGATION (Management Level) PAPER: BRIDGE WATCHKEEPING, SEARCH & RESCUE, SHIP HANDLING & NAVIGATIONAL EMERGENCIES TIME: 2 HOURS
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PASS MARKS: 60

MAX. MARKS: 100

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Attempt any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks i.e. 20 marks each. Draw suitable sketches/ diagram wherever considered necessary.

Q. 1

a) What do you understand by \/TMS? Describe various types of VTS, its

advantages and limitations.


Q. 2

b) What is SOLE-LOOK-OUT? And list-down factors to determine this.

a) Discuss the meaning of safe speed as per COLREGS as to vessels capabilities, limitation of Equipments, weather conditions and watch~keeping requirements.
b) Describe

the method of assessment of damage to hull and machinery and the survival capability of vessel after any accident / incident?
Q. 3

Describe the procedures of operation for towing a vessel with respect to following: a) Connecting up the tow b) Passage with tow c) Cast-off the tow.
a) In a Search & Rescue Operations how is the co-ordination carried out on the scene of the distress? Incase you have been selected as the on-scene commander, what will be your specific duties? Answer with reference to the
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Q. 4

b) Explain

launch rescue boats


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the precautions to be taken while manoeuvring the ship to be able to in bad weather?

in deep waters over 80 meters depth for a congested anchorage area. What are the actions to be taken if the anchor drags?

Explain the procedure for anchoring

Q. 6 a) What are the procedures for ship to ship transfer [STS] at lighterage point? b) List down precautions for following operations during STS i) Making approach and coming alongside ii) During cargo operation and cast off.
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FUNCTION: NAVIGATION (Management Level)


PAPER: ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE, INSTRUMENTS & CONTROL SYSTEMS

TIME: 3 HOURS
NOTES:
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PASS MARKS: 100

MAX. MARKS: 200

Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any SEVEN questions from the remaining. 2. All questions carry equal marks. i.e. 25 marks each 3. Wherever applicable sketches should be drawn in support of the same.
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Q.1. When a ship is 800 nm from port, its speed is reduced by 20% thereby V" reducing the daily consumption by 42t, and arriving in Port with 50t on board. If the fuel consumption in t/hour is given by the expression

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(0.136 + 0.001V3), where V is the speed in knots, estimate: a) The reduced consumption per day b) The amount of fuel on board when speed was reduced c) The percentage decrease in consumption for the latter part of voyage and (25) d) The percentage increase in time for this latter period.
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Q.2 (a) State

means by which propeller is attached to a propeller shaft. (b) Describe any one means by which it can be attached or removed.

(05) (20) (10) (10) (05) (12) (13) (15) (10)

Q. 3 With respect to Preparation of Diesel Propulsion plant: (a) Describe the procedure 24 Hours prior vessels departure (b) Describe the procedure 2 Hrs before vessels departure (c) On Finished with Engine Q. 4 (a) Describe the process of preparing a boiler for survey (b) Describe the firing of a boiler to raise steam

Q.5

Sketch and describe a positive displacement pump. (b) Enumerate the differences between a positive displacement pump and a Roto-dynamic pump.
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Q.6 With respect to Air Conditioning Plant: (10) (a) Sketch & briefly describe a single duct system (10) system a double duct (b) Sketch & describe and parameters of temperature room condition (c) State the comfortable (05) relative humidity Q 7 (a) State the various Piping Systems found on board in Engine room of (05) a ship. (b) Sketch and describe a simple lubricating oil system for a 2 Stroke (20) diesel engine. Q.8 (a) Discuss with a sketch the principle of operation of an Oily water

Seperator (b) State factors which can lead to improper functioning of OWS
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Q.9 Write short notes on: (a) Critical Speed of an Engine (d) Rudder Arrestors

(25) (b) Propeller Drop (c) Superheated Steam (e) Hunting Gear

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FIRST MATE OF A FOREIGN GOING SHIP (PHASE - Il) FUNCTION: CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP AND CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD (Management Level) PAPER: NAVAL ARCHITECTURE PAPER - [I TIME: 3 HOURS
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PASS MARKS: 100

MAX. MARKS: 200

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Question No. 1, 2, 3 & 4 are compulsory. Attempt any FOUR from the remaining questions. All questions carry equal marks i.e. 25 marks each. Non-programmable single memory scientiiic calculator is permitted. Wherever applicable sketches should be drawn to support the answer.

Q. 1

undivided DB tank of length 18m has following 1/2 ordinates of waterllne at equal intervals measured from forward bulkhead: ' 2.0, 2.8, 3.9, 5.2, 6.7, 8.0, 10.1m respectively. F.O. of RD 0.9 is loaded to a sounding of 0.8m in the tank. Assume the tank to be wall-sided. Determine the KG fluid in the final -condition if initial displacement was 20,000Ts and KG=10m.
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Q. 2

box shaped vessel 160mX18m is floating in S.W. at an even keel draft of A forward hold of length 25m whose aft bulkhead is 40m aft of FP is bilged. If the permeability of the hold is 80% and KG of vessel was 4.7m determine F & A draft in final condition?
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6.4m.

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A box shaped vessel 30m X 8m floats in SW with ore of S.F: 0.67 m3/T stored to a height of 4m at the mid length and sloping uniformly to nil at sides. The vessel then floats in FW at an even keel draft of 4m. Draw SF & BM diagram for

the vessel.
Q. 4

a) Sketch and label mid-ship section of a double hull oil tanker. b) Discuss the advantage and disadvantage of such construction over single
hull tankers.

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Write short notes on the following: a) Calculation of approximate GM by rolling period of the ship. b) Parametric rolling & how to avoid it c) Synchronous rolling

Q. 6 Explain Factor of Subdivision" and Criteria Service Numeral. How do both relate to Floodable Length and Permissible Length of passenger ships with respect to Subdivision requirements as per SOLAS 74 as amended? Q. 7

a) Differentiate between a Type A" and Type B - 100" ships as per International Load line Convention 1966 as amended. b) With respect to International Tonnage Convention 1969 as amended, give two examples of Excluded space. a) Describe the sequence of events which take place in a modern Shipyard while building a ship. b) With the aid of sketch, describe the procedure of impact test conducted on a metal.

Q. 8

Q. 9

When inclining tests are required on cargo and passenger ships? Describe the procedure of such tests and state the precautions necessary?
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
FIRST MATE OF A FOREIGN GOING SHIP (PHASE - II) FUNCTION: NAVIGATION (Management Level) PAPER: NAVIGATIONAL AIDS INCLUDING COMPASS TIME: 3 HOURS
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PASS MARKS: 100

MAX. MARKS: 200

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All questions in Section A are compulsory. Attempt any FIVE questions from Section B. All questions carry equal marks. i.e. 25 marks each.

Q. 1

SECTION - A While on a course of 133 (T) at 12 knots in restricted visibility, a target was observed on the radar screen as follows:
Bearing Range 149 (T) 6.0 M 155 (T) 3.2 M a) Find the CPA range, time and bearing. If at 1412, the target was identified visually as lighthouse, state b) The course and speed of own ship through the water. c) The course and speed of own ship over ground. d) The set and rate of current. e) The alteration of course to be made, at 1414, to pass the lighthouse to port with a CPA of 2 M. f) Having made the alternation as required in (e), when should the own ship resume her original course to obtain a CPA range of 1.5 M? g) When would the desired CPA of 1.5 M occur? (25 Marks)
Time 1400 1412

Q. 2

Ship sails at 1400 hrs from position 43 N, 058 30\N to pick up pilot at 1900 hrs in position 44 N, 060 W. The current has been setting 180 (T) at 1.5 knot, throughout. The ship is fitted with Sperry gyro, which is uncorrected for damping and N-S speed error. If the damping ratio is 1/40, calculate the gyro course and the ships speed, which need to be maintained, to reach the pilot station in time. (25 Marks)
a) What type of magnetic compass would you choose for a new ship and where should it be placed? (10 Marks)

Q. 3

the function of the Flinders bar and how does it act? ( 8 Marks) c) Why is the ship swung and compass compensated instead of being swung and deviation noted on each heading? (7 Marks)
b) What is

Q. 4 a) List IMO
b) Describe

SECTION - B' performance standards for ROTI.

(10 Marks) (15 Marks)

the procedure to execute a constant radius turn with / without

current.

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a) Describe the principle and working of echo sounder with the help of a neat diagram?

b) List and explain various errors associated with this equipment?

a) Enumerate the IMO performance standards of GNSS?


b) Briefly describe

the outline of GLONASS and

GALILEO?

Explain the following: a) Datum Shift b) Contents of navigation message


c) Regulation

regarding the use of auto pilot

a) Describe the purpose and working principle of AIS and LRIT? (15 Marks)

State the information displayed on AIS Screen and data. transmitted by LRIT?
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a) Explain the modules of Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) and the procedure for saving and retrieval of data in case of any incident? (13 Marks)
b) Enumerate

the carriage requirements and functions of BNWAS?


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FUNCTION: CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP AND CARE E R PERSONS ON BOARD (Management Level)

PAPER: MARITIME LEGISLATION TIME: 3 HOURS


PASS MARKS: 100
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Attempt any EIGHT questions. All questions arry equal ma'rks i.e.'25 marks each
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Q. 1 Under the _UNCLOS, describe the conditionsunder which foreign flag

vessels
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have the right of innocent passage through territorial waters


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Q. 2 Explain the following with respect to relevant conventions. ._ a) Principles of safe manning ' b)Obligations of Master as per Chapter V of SOLAS ~c) State the Masters Discretion` u_nder Chapter V`of SOLAS Q. 3 Write' short notes on any two of the following: a) OPRC Convention .' b) Intervention Convention c) Fund Convention .
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4 Distinguish between the following: a) Particular average and Ge-nera|average~ b) Conditions and warranties c) Convention and a Protocol d) Actual discharge and probable discharge as per
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Q. 5 Describe the conditions of employment of seafarers as laid down in Maritime Labour Convention 2006.
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6 Explain_the procedures, includingdocuments required for obtaining: a)_. Free_Pratique b) Clearance Inward c) Port Clearance-

Q. 7 Discuss the statutory obligations of ship master as per M.S. Act 1958: a) To render assistance to a vessel in distress; and .b) In the event of colfision'with another vessel in high seas. ' Q. 8 a) List andbriefly explainthe functions of a Bill of Lading b) What precautions areito be taken when an original Bill of Lading is carried on board and delivery is made against the same? c) Bill of lading is to be _signedas presented-is the term stipulated in the charter party.'What do you understand by this?
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Q. 9 Explain the following a) Perils of the seas


c) Subrogation
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terms as used

in

marine insurance:

`b)~Sue and Labour

d) Deviation
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