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Leadership and managerial skills motivation team

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(LEADERSHIP AND MANAGERIAL SKILLS- Motivation, Team working skills, Resource management, Effective Communication) Q. 7 Competence no. 19 (LEADERSHIP AND MANAGERIAL SKILLS- Risk Assessment, Training of personnel, Standard Operating Procedures) *************************
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA FIRST MATE OF A FOREIGN GOING SHIP (PHASE – I) FUNCTION: NAVIGATION PAPER: TERRESTRIAL & CELESTIAL NAVIGATION TIME: 3 Hours PASS MARKS: 140 MAX. MARKS: 200 Notes: 4. All questions in section A & B are compulsory. Answer any two questions from Section C. 5. All questions carry equal marks . 6. Use Chart No. --------Nautical Almanac 1992, Deviation card no. ----, Variation -----, ship’s speed ----- knots and Height of eye of the observer ---- if not mentioned in the question. 7. Positions of the landmarks are approximate and are for identification only. 8. Use luminous range diagram as necessary. Part A Q. 1 Chart Work problems Q. 2 Chart Work problems Q. 3 Execution of Passage Plan Part B Q. 4 Great Circle/ Composite Great Circle Q.5 Simultaneous/ Staggered observations Q.6 Determine position line by celestial observations Or Determine position line by celestial observations Part C Q. 7 Star suitable for observation (magnitude)/ Star identification Q.8 Twilights/ Kepler’s Law/ Circumpolar bodies/ PZX Triangle. Q.9 Projections (Gnomonic/ Mercator) Please note that the above format is only an indicative of the examination paper. The candidates are advised to refer to detailed teaching syllabus and the course outline. **************************
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA FIRST MATE OF A FOREIGN GOING SHIP (PHASE – I) FUNCTION: NAVIGATION (Management Level) PAPER: METEOROLOGY TIME: 2 Hours PASS MARKS: 50 MAX. MARKS: 100 Notes: 1. Question No.1 is compulsory. 2. Attempt any FOUR questions from the remaining 5 Questions. 3. All questions carry equal marks i.e. 20 marks each. 4. Use Admiralty Tide Tables 1992 Edition (ATT 1992). Q.1 Tide calculations for Standard Port and Secondary Port (including shorter method of harmonic method) Q.2 Tropical Revolving Storm (TRS) Q.3 Climatology/ Frontal / Non Frontal depressions Q.4 Ice/ Atmosphere Q.5 Ocean Currents/ Waves Q.6 Weather Forecasting/ Weather Routeing Please note that the above format is only an indicative of the examination paper. The candidates are advised to refer to detailed teaching syllabus and the course outline. **********************
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