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Oceanography or Marine Technology Top Paying Career Option and Professional Course after Class 12, Famous Institutes

Marine Technology, Marine Science, Introduction of Oceanography, Educational Qualification and Famous Institutes of Oceanography in India:-

Introduction of Oceanography:
To utilize the mineral resources of coast or to save energy from the waves of ocean is the main thing of Oceanography.
In a word, Oceanography is study of the grammar of environment of ocean.

Methods of Work:
Compiling mineral resources from ocean, collecting information about the changes of velocity of ocean, analyzing the chemicals come from sea-born plants and their usefulness, marine sediment analysis, oceanic organic and inorganic materials; all these things are the subject of Oceanography.

Educational Qualification:
Candidates, who passed B.E. (including Mathematics) or B.Sc., can study Oceanography. Willing students who passed B.E. or B.Sc. including Physics, Chemistry, Biology, then this will be more preferable. The students of Agriculture, Fishery Science, Microbiology, Applied Science, may also study Oceanography. Students may study M.Tech. in Oceanography through GATE Examination. In this case candidates should pass M.Sc.

Subject Matter of Course:
1. Physical Oceanography or Marine Physics.
2. Chemical Oceanography or Marine Chemistry.
3. Geological Oceanography.
4. Marine Biology.

Expenses of Studies:
For studying Oceanography, the expenditure is about Rs. 8000 to Rs. 10000 per month.
Career Opportunity and Salary:
Oceanic Training is needed in Research Work on Ocean, Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture etc.
At the beginning, the salary would be about Rs. 8000 to rs. 12000. In the case of Higher Educated students, the salary would be about Rs. 15000. Salary increases in the basis of skill and experience and it would reach upto Rs. 50000 to Rs. 100000.

Famous Institutes of Oceanography:
In West Bengal:
Vidyasagar University in Medinipore. IIT Kharagpur, Jadavpur University.

Outside West Bengal:
National Institute of Oceanography, Goa