To become a cause for the growth of the organization, by applying my technical and professional skills, with an emphasis on the continual improvement of the same.
(I) September 2005 till date: Working with the national classification soceity of India (IRS), as an Assistant Ship Surveyor.
Major Duties and responsibilities:
1)Working in Naval Architecture Group of Reseach and Co-ordination Div. (Mar 2007 till date)
(i) Development of IRS software for Common Structural Rules for Double Hull Tankers by IACS.
(ii) Development of Rules based scantling calculation software for Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (Class NK) and Indian Register of Shipping (IRS) using VB 6.0 and MS Excel with VBA.
(iii) Development of software for Indian Register of Shipping for Intact and Damage Stability Calculations – ShipMate - Intact and Damage Stability.
(iv) Development of databases for Loading software (ShipMate) of various vessels for onboard installation.
(2) Posted in Hindustan Shipyard Ltd for six months for:
(Sept 2006 - Feb 2007)
(i) New construction surveys of Bulkcarriers (180-250 m), Passenger vessels.
(ii) Periodical Surveys of existing ships like Bulkers, Dredgers, Tugs, Barges, Naval Vessels and Coast Guard Vessels at Visakhapatnam Port and Naval Dockyard. Survey included both hull and machinery items.
(iii) Periodical Surveys included First Entry Survey, Annual, Intermediate, Special surveys, Docking Surveys and Continuous survey of machinery items (CSM).
(3) One Year training in IRS: (Sept 2005 - Aug 2006)
(i) Comprehensive training of Naval Architecture terms, IRS rules for classification and certification of seagoing vessels.
(ii) Scantling calculations for different sections of a double hull VLCC (320m long) and other vessels.
(iii) Hull lines generation, intact and damage stability calculations, Launching and docking calculations, Propeller geometry and powering calculations.
(iv) Comprehensive training of SOLAS, MARPOL, Loadline and other IMO requirements, survey requirements for different hull and machinery surveys.
(v) Project: Design of an Anchor Handling Tug cum Offshore supply vessel.
(II) July 2004 to October 2004:
Worked as a Design Engineer in Cybermarine Knowledge Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Major duties and responsibilities:
(i) Developed databases for Loading software (CyberMaster) of various vessels for onboard installation.
(ii) Developed Trim and stability booklets for approval from class socities and Government bodies (DG Shipping) of various vessels.
(iii) Tonnage calculations for various vessels.
University of Mumbai
Bachelor of Engineering, Mechanical, May 2004
70.00 % Ist Class with distinction.
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.
Higher Secondary Certificate Exam, March 2000
82.83 % Ist Class with distinction.
Secondary School Certificate Exam, March 1998
76.53 % Ist Class with distinction.
Knowledge of Rules and requirements of different Classification societies and IMO like SOLAS, MARPOL, LoadLine etc.
Knowledge of development of Rules based scantling calculation softwares.
Knowledge of Survey Procedures for New Construction and Existing Vessels.
Knowledge of working and development of Ship Loadicators and detailed Strength and stability analysis Softwares.
Knowledge of Visual Basic 6.0 and MS Office with VBA.
Knowledge of AutoCAD, and programmable CAD Editor - Vector Draw.
***Design of an Anchor Handling Tug cum Offshore supply vessel.
Design Project included:
*Market research to decide upon the Owners requirements like principal dimensions, deadweights and their capacities, Speed, Endurance and type of OSV viz. Platform supply vessel or anchor handling supply vessel.
*Generation of general arrangement, Lines plan and offset table with an insight into the power requirements for propulsion.
*Subdivision of compartments to suite the deadweight capacities considering the MARPOL, SOLAS and floodable length requirements.
*Calculation of coefficients of form, hydrostatics and KN values (cross curves).
*Calculations for fixing the light ship weight and checking the intact and damage stability requirements, including longitudinal strength for various loading conditions.
*Scantlings calculations for five different sections including midship.
*Engine selection and propeller geometry calculations.
*Bow thruster selection and powering calculations.
*Specifications for Dynamic positioning system.