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The Indian Navy is investing in the future of its marine expertise with the commencement of the 74th Marine Propulsion Technology Course (MPCTC) at the Military Institute of Technology (MILIT) in Pune. This prestigious program brings together 19 Indian Navy officers, 4 Indian Coast Guard officers, and 12 officers from friendly foreign countries including Namibia, Philippines, and Sri Lanka.

In his inaugural address, Rear Admiral Nelson D’Souza, Commandant of MILIT, emphasized the growing importance of niche technologies in the maritime domain. He urged the student officers to actively absorb this knowledge and leverage it during their future assignments.

The MPCTC is meticulously designed to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in marine propulsion control. This course goes beyond the fundamentals, offering valuable exposure to cutting-edge niche technologies that are rapidly transforming the field of marine engineering.