Sree Krishna Maritime Services’ Command, Control, Communications, Computers 

and Intelligence  services provide the necessary support and coordination to 

enable global operations.
Sree Krishna Maritime Services’ Command, Control, Communications, Computers 

and Intelligence  services provide the necessary support and coordination to 

enable global operations.
Sree Krishna Shipping Services is the only all-in-one Maritime & Shipping Concierge Service in India serving the varieties of Shipping Companies, Training Institutes, Service Agencies and Government Organizations in India.

Sree Krishna Shipping Services is the world's leading marine services provider. Through its alliance, partnership, franchise and MOU network of some 255 offices employing over 3,500 people across 66 territories, SKSS provides its customers with an unparalleled global resource delivered locally and tailored to each customer's individual needs.

Its diversified customer base includes clients across the oil, cruise, container and bulk commodity sectors as well as serving naval, government and inter-governmental clients. Additionally, SKSS provides landside commercial and humanitarian logistics, transit, offshore support and other associated marine services.

The Company also provides a growing range of outsourcing services. These include global crew and marine spares logistics; port agency management and commercial representation; and sophisticated Enterprise Resource Planning solutions through its Technical Division and other associated services.
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Our Quality Policy

We at bims are committed to impart quality education and training to our participants. EIMS

We are committed to provide the latest technological and educational tools available in the maritime sector to achieve our aim.

We are committed to achieve customer satisfaction by delivering consistent quality service, cost effective solutions and meeting or exceeding regulatory requirements.

We are committed to continuous improvement of our infrastructure, procedure, technologies and quality of our services to meet developing needs of the shipping industry.

We are committed to ensure continual training to all personnel and provide an energetic work environment for mutual and collective growth of all our employees.

We shall respond not only to the expectations of students but also to the shipping fraternity through quality in accordance with International Quality standards.

We shall Continuously endeavor to provide benchmarking standards of quality education and training, both ashore and onboard.

Efficient transport by sea is an important mode of International trade, particularly for a country like India with a vast coastline and a rich seagoing heritage. The Indian Merchant Marine comprises of Cargo ships, Container ships, Tankers, Passenger Ships, Bulk Carriers and other types of specialized ships. These ships are operated by the public and private sector shipping companies and manned by trained Masters, Marine Engineers, Navigators and Crew. Besides safe and efficient operation, ocean-going merchant vessels are to be manned by competent seafarers who need to be specially trained. Various International Conventions have adopted resolutions to the effect that seafarers manning the merchant vessels must be fully trained for the challenges that this job at sea requires. Empire Institute of Maritime Studies has been established to achieve these objectives.

Indian Officers and crew are renowned the world over for their professionalism, hard work, perseverance and loyalty. However, due to stiff international competition, industry requirements and stringent international regulations, quality training of the finest order is a must for all seafarers. The Pre-sea Training for Ratings is an integral part of the overall planned and structured training for a Rating forming part of the Navigational or the Engineering watch, and it is only by a regimented and a disciplined training schedule which places adequate emphasis on class room and outdoor activities that a well equipped institute would be able to impart the required training which would assist the rating in achieving the minimum standards of competence as specified in Table A-II / 4 and A III / 4 of the Regulation II / 4 and III / 4 of STCW Code’2010 the guidelines have been carefully framed to achieve this objective and hence, only those institutes which fulfill these guidelines will be approved to impart pre-sea training for the Ratings.

Being a residential course, the trainees are required to stay in the Academy campus for the entire training period of 16 weeks. The course training syllabus is so designed as to impart the following to the trainee:

• An understanding of the duties of a rating on board, the ship’s daily routine and operations on the ship.

• Practical knowledge of handling ropes, blocks, tackles, rigging and the basics of cargo work and stowage.

• Basic knowledge of the ship’s compass, steering orders and hints on steering.

• Basic Engineering knowledge, watch keeping duties and maintenance.

• Familiarization with tools, equipment and instruments used on board ship.

• Practical workshop training in basic carpentry, machine shop, electrical shop, diesel maintenance shop and hot work.

• The principles of survival at sea. The importance and principles of safety, following safe working practices, accident prevention and prevention of pollution of the

• Elementary knowledge of the principles of fire fighting.

• Knowledge of elementary first-aid.

• The importance of good discipline.

The classrooms are located at Dwarakanagar. This training centre consists of a faculty room & library, 6 classrooms each with a capacity of accommodating 20 trainees, Canteen, toilets/washrooms, Fire fighting demonstration room with equipments and an open compound space housing the fire fighting mock up. The mock up is a ground plus one structure fabricated as per IMO guidelines to carry out the drills and demonstrations in the fire-fighting course.
Posted on 10 Mar 2017 by Padmalayam Krishnan
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