The Maritime Union of India
represents the Merchant Navy Officers who are members of this Union
(payment of membership fees)
Notice To Engineering Cadets...
APPEAL FOR DONATION TO CHIEF MINISTER'S DISTRESS RELIEF FUND - KERALA
High Voltage Course Not Mandatory For COC Examination / Revalidation By Engineer Officers And Electro Technical Officers
Sinking of M.V. Emerald Star - Efforts by MUI.
Launching of E-Migrate system for seafarers.
Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolutions regarding sanctions against Democratic People's Republic of Korea-reg.
M/s. Varun Shipping and all its subsidiary companies - Dereliction of duties/responsibilitiesMUI communicates with Directorate General of Shipping
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF SHIPPING PROVIDES CLARIFICATION - It is not mandatory for Engineers and Electro Technical Officers to appear for High Voltage Course.
The Maritime Union of India (MUI) jointly with the NUSI
Shah Ahmad Ghazali Stranded in Turkey
Calcutta High Court Judgement for Seafarers
Exclusive Interview of MUI General Secretary - Shri Amar Singh Thakur
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The Oceanite Journal
About Women's wing
for officers working with indian company registered with MUI (MNOWF)
for officers working with foreign company registered with MUI (MFSWT)
Jointly with National Union of Seafarers
The Maritime Union of India (MUI) jointly with National Union of Seafarers of India (NUSI) felicitated Shri Gajendra Shekhawat.