Ins Shivaji Indian Navy Training The Future

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Course: 50421419 (Projects III)
Roll No: 814

I would like to thanks the Director of our institution Mr Anupam Siddhartha for giving us the opportunity to visit INS Shivaji and have a hands on experience of the naval forces of our nation.
I would also like to thank the Commander in Chief for being kind and open in answering all kinds of questions.
I would really like to thank all the officials within the INS Shivaji for being cooperative and helping towards us.


‘AKSHAT’ ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 5
DISCUSSIONS & FINDINGS…………………………………………………………………….6
CONCLUSION………………………………………………………………………………………. 7
REFERENCES ……………………………………………………………………………8

The Indian Navy is today a potent and capable force which is highly regarded for its professional competence. The full range of operations in which a nation’s naval forces may be involved is vast, ranging from high intensity war fighting at one end to humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations at the other end. This broad continuum of operations can be broken down into distinct roles, each demanding a specific approach to the conduct of operations.
Accordingly, the four major roles foreseen for the Indian Navy are as follows: -
• Military
• Diplomatic
• Constabulary
• Benign

INS Shivaji
INS Shivaji, the premier technical training establishment of the Indian Navy, can perhaps be termed as the ‘highest Ship” in the World. Nestled amongst the picturesque hills of the Sahyadri ranges in the Western Ghats at a height of 620 meters, this well-equipped Naval Establishment can boast of state of the art training technology and infrastructure to take on the onerous task of training Technical Officers and Sailors of the Indian Navy. These are the men, who make warships at Sea float and sail, and ensure through quality maintenance, that the fighting potential of the Indian Navy always remains at its peak.
INS Shivaji had its humble origin as replacement for the ‘Stokers Training School’ at HMIS Dalhousie, in Naval Dockyard (Bombay). As told by the current officer in charge, Captain Raviraj Singh, the land for the school was discovered when an airplan accidentally crashed in the area, which falls between Bombay and Pune. Commissioned by the then Governor of Bombay Sir John Conville as HMIS Shivaji on 15th February 1945 it became INS Shivaji on 26th January, 1950.
The Establishment has dynamically evolved into a premier technical training institution of the Navy keeping pace with the advances in technology and all facets if Marine Engineering. INS Shivaji has been educating best naval officers for the past six decades. The officers passed from INS Shivaji have contributed commendably for the nation. The role of INS Shivaji is to impart training in engineering and marine technology to both...

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