Facilities

The purpose of education cannot be solved unless the tools provided to deliver it are as good as the education being imparted. Keeping this is mind the campus has been designed to enrich the teaching – learning process. We have tried to keep in mind the needs of our students and develop a set-up which is conducive to their holistic development into able sailors

Our building is so lovely with a personal touch everywhere and beautifully connected with the surrounding nature, which is greatly inspiring for our students and staff. The classrooms and workshops are fully equipped for their purposes. They are light and spacious with big windows facing the surrounding nature

Classrooms:

The classrooms are clean and well ventilated with a seating capacity of 50-60 students each. Also, to facilitate the triangular learning process within students, we make use of a lot of audio-visual tools in our teaching methods. The classrooms are equipped with projectors and white boards to facilitate the teaching process.

Seamanship Lab:

Seamanship Lab is a specialized lab to enable the trainees to recognize the different parts as well as the equipment used on ships. Here students have access to material needed for rope work, lifesaving appliances, fire fighting appliances, and navigation equipment like autopilot, magnetic compass, GPS Navtex and telegraph panel.

Marine Engineering Lab:

This lab is an Engineering workshop, which has been designed to give practical training to the engineering cadets. Here the students learn tasks related to engine maintenance and upkeep. They have access to tools required for practical knowledge and real life application.

Marine Simulator:

A maritime simulator or ship simulator is a system that simulates ships and maritime environments for training, research and other purposes. As per their course requirements students are taken to an external facility for spending time on a Marine simulator where they learn how to handle ship navigation during different weather conditions

Chart Work Room:

Chart work is the art of laying a safe course, fixing the position and reassuring that position, while steering the ship on that course. It’s an imperative job which every navigating officer should master. At TMA, we have a Chart work room equipped with Admiralty charts to help students understand and learn this much needed skill.

Computer Lab:

TMA also houses a computer lab with the best in modern computer equipment. It is fitted with independent servers which provide internet facility on all computers. However, the student’s access to internet and other computer software is monitored rigorously to avoid over indulgence.

Library:

Norman Cousins said, “A library is the delivery room for the birth of ideas, a place where history comes to life. “ The library is a store house of knowledge and encourages students to develop the habit of reading for gaining knowledge as well as pleasure. The library at TMA houses many books related to maritime industry, skills, equipment and life. Periodicals and magazines are also available for students to keep up with current affairs.


Facilities for Physical Fitness

 

Swimming Pool:

We have tied up with an external service provider and take our students to an Olympic size swimming pool once a week. Here apart from learning and/or practicing swimming students participate in survival drills and learn to use lifesaving equipment. Qualified trainers and staff are always available and all other security arrangements are also kept in mind..

Morning Drills:

Every morning the hours between 5:30 to 7:00 are dedicated to pursuit of physical fitness and training under the watchful eyes of an expert.

March-past & Parade:

To become a sailor, one needs to train like a soldier. Keeping this is mind every morning between 9 to 9.30 students march as a company and undergo inspection.

Living Facilities and Accommodation

On-campus accommodation is an integral part of the cadet lifestyle. This gives new cadets the chance to meet each other and experience living away from home before they go away to sea. Our halls of residence named Dr. Kalam Halls are conveniently situated close to our campus and combine catered accommodation with easy access. The halls are also easily accessible to a wide range of local facilities like shops and markets. A member of staff is available 24-hours-a-day to assist students and provide support where required.

Other facilities include:-

  • Administration offices.
  • Library of handbooks in each department.
  • Wifi available in the entire building including in the student restaurant Gaudi.
  • Lecture rooms.
  • Auditorium.
  • Spacious classrooms.
  • Computer rooms.
  • Workshops.
  • 24/7 power backup
  • Separate bunks and almirahs
  • Clean toilets
  • Well ventilated rooms
  • CCTV cameras
  • Security guards at all times
  • RO purifiers and water coolers
  • Water heaters