Shah Ahmad Ghazali Stranded in Turkey Click Here
Calcutta High Court Judgement for Seafarers Click Here
Day of the Seafarer 2017 celebrations
THE MARITIME UNION OF INDIA INVITES ALL SEAFARERS TO THE TWO FUNCTIONS. Click Here
Interactive Seminar held by Maritime Union of India in consultation with Maritime Training Guild. Click Here
High Voltage course now not mandatory for existing seafarers. Click Here
MEETING WITH HONORABLE MINISTER OF STATE FOR SHIPPING SHRI MANSUKH L. MANDAVIYA Click Here
Completion date of High Voltage Course extended. Click Here
SPONSORSHIP OFFER BYTHE MARITIME UNION OF INDIAFOR POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN SHIPPING MANAGEMENT (PGGDSM)THROUGH NAROTTAM MORARJEE INSTITUTE OF SHIPPING (NMIS)
This offer is valid only for :
Junior Merchant Navy Officers and Cadets who have been declared Medical Unfit for Sea Service;
Eligible Merchant Navy Cadets or Marine Engineering Trainees who have completed their training and are awaiting employment;
Other similarly placed candidates who deserve financial support.
The Maritime Union of India (MUI) will be sponsoring 50% of the course fees with Narottam Morarjee Institute of Shipping (NMIS).Candidates are requested to get in touch with MUI.Note : Selections and sponsoring of candidates will be at the sole discretion of MUI.
Appeal From General Secretary - AGM On 15 May 2017. Click Here
MUI - Annual General Body Meeting 2017. Click Here
Procedure for online application for issuance of Certificate of Competency (CoC) for MEO Class-I and MEO Class-II. Click Here
MUI requests Charter of Demands for INSA-MUI Agreement (Indian Flag vessels) Click Here
E-Learning Facility through DGS website for MEO Class 1, 2 & 4, Second Mate, Chief Officer and Master (NEW) Click Here
Directorate General of Shipping - First Edition of Newsletter - July 2016 (NEW) Click Here
As members of the Union seafarers enjoy a host of benefits by virtue of the various affiliations and facilities provided by MUI
MUI's constant efforts to standardise agreements resulted in agreements with INSA, ITF & IBF and Others.
In 1944 the Union received sanction from the Central Government to publish a Bulletin resulting in the birth of 'Oceanite'
With the increasing number of professionals entering the maritime industry, it is important that there is an organization which protects and educates the rights of maritime professionals no matter where they are. Each country has its own maritime union or an organization which helps the seafarers with several important activities. In this article we will have a look at an organization – the maritime union of India and how this organization helps the seafarers of the country.