Branch of applied sciences which deals with the measurement and description of the features of the sea and coastal areas for the primary purpose of navigation and all other marine purposes and activities including offshore activities, research, protecion of environment and prediction services.
Use Of Hydrography
The main objective of conducting a Hydrographic Survey is to produce Navigation Charts both manual and digital (Electronic Navigation Chart) which gives a complete, accurate, easily understood and up to date picture of the area surveyed. A lot of supplementary information which are needed for inclusion in the Sailing Directions. List of lights etc can also be obtained during the conduct of Hydrographic Survey. However in modern usage it may include wide variety of other objectives such as measurement of tides currents gravity, earths, magnetism, and determinations of the phusical and chemical propertises of water.
Courses For Naval Officers
Basic Hydrographic Course
The entry level qualifications required for this course is a Bachelors degree in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Chemistry as main and other two as ancillaries or a degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent qualificatins from any recognised university/institutions. Must also be in the possessions of Bridge watch keeping Certificate or Civil equivalent of anOcean going vessel.
LONG HYDROGRAPHIC COURSE
The entry level qualification required for this course is minimum of two and a half years experience in Hydrographic surveying, having done either the Basic Hydrographic Course or a IHO B course from any other IHO recognised institution in the world or a degree in civil engineering from a recognised univerity/insitiution with at least eight years experience in hydrographic surveying in a national organisation.
Courses For Naval Sailors
Basic Q Course
The entry level qualification required for this course is (10+2) or its equivalent with Physics and Mathematics.
PO Q SR COURSE
The entry level quailifiction required for this course is at least 7 year of hydrographic surveying experience after BASIC Q course or a diploma in hydrographic surveying from a recognised institute with at least 8 years of hydrographic surveying experience in a National organisation.
Courses For Civilians
Joint Director Hydrography (Personnel and Training)
National Hydrographic Office
107-A Rajpura Road
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: hydrobharat.nic.in
CIVILIAN HYDROGRAPHIC COURSE
The entry level qualification required besides being nautical bacjground for this course is:
CIVILIAN SUB-ORDIVATE STAFF COURSE
The entry level qualification required for the course are Intermediate/Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalent with Physics and Mathematics and at least two years of experience in Hydrograhic Surveying.
- Bachelors degree in Phusics and Mathematics or a degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent qualification with at least two years of experience in Hydrographic Surveying. (or)
- Eight years of expereince in Hydrographic Surveying after completion of the Survey Recorder I class course.(or)
- Twelve years experience in Hydrograhic Surveying after completion of the Basic Q course.
Must be employed as a class II officer/group B officer
For Naval Officers
Basic Hydrographic Course Duration: 29 Weeks Long Hydrogrpahic Course Duration: 49 Weeks
For Naval Sailors
Basic Q Course Duration: 16 Weeks Leading Q Refresher Course Duraiton: 11 Weeks Po Q Sr Course Duration: 18 Weeks
Civilian Hydrographic Course Duration: 10 Weeks Civilian Sub-ordinate Course Duraiton: 10 Weeks
Long Hydrographic Course: Second Week of March Basic Hydrographic Course: Second Week of July Basic Q: 1st Week Of Feburary/ Leading Q Refresher: 3rd Week of March and September Every Year Po Q Sr: 4th Week of August Every Year
Civilian Sub-ordinate Course
As Per Request From Maritime And Port Agencies
For Civilian Course Admission Details, Contact
Joint Director of Hydrography (Personnel and Training) National Hydrogrpahic Office 107-Rajpura Road Dehradun, Uttrakhand-248001 E-mail:email@example.com Website:hydrobharat.nic.in