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AIM : A sizeable number of sailors retire every year from the navy at a comparatively young age. Considering their age and their family commitments at that stage, their exists a need to prepare the retiring sailors for the impending change to civil life. A large number of retiring sailors are being nominated to various pre-release and pre-cum-post release courses conducted by director general resettlement (DGR), Delhi, these courses provide sufficient scope for sailors to acquire new skills that would help them in starting self-employment ventures or getting a suitable job in civil sector.

POLICY : Pre-release courses for the sailors is a measure to resettle the sailors in the civil life on their release from the service. Following criteria as per policy directive have been issued :-

NUMBER OF YEARS OF SERVICE
AS ON DATE OF RELEASE
COURSE DURATION
MORE THAN 20 YEARS ALL PRCs IRRESPECTIVE OFDURATION
MORE THAN 15 BUT LESS THAN 20 YEARS 06 MONTHS OR LESS
15 YEARS 03 MONTHS OR LESS

Priority For Selection:-

(a) Rank in service
(b) Length of service
(c) Sailors medically boarded out
(d) Sailors in receipt of gallantry/non-gallantry award and commendation of CNS/ C-in-C
(e) Sailors not granted extension due to vacancy constraints but above average service record
(f) Sailors who had applied for earlier courses but could not merit selection.
(g) Date of discharge
Rank And Branch Priority.(a) Sailors of topass branch will be given first priority irrespective of rank. (subject to meeting educational qualification QRs).
(b) Sailors of other non-technical branches will be selected for courses in other of rank and branch as follows :-
(i) Rank-wise priority :-
(aa) MCPO II/CPOS
(ab) POS & below
(ac) MCPO I

(ii) Branch-wise priority :-

(aa) Seaman, communication, non-technical aviation
(ab) Stewards, cooks, regulating
(ac) Store assistants, writers, medical assistants
(ad) Technical branches

Places Where Courses Conducted:-

 
COURSE DURATION PLACES CONDUCTED
MORE THAN SIX MONTHS BY INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE/PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS
06 MONTHS OR LESS BY OTHER RECOGNISED INSTITUTIONS
03 MONTHS OR LESS BY OTHER RECOGNISED INSTITUTIONS

Approximately 2000 applications are receiving at the bureau every year for consideration of nomination of about 950 to 1000 persons every year.

Choice Of Course. Sailors are allowed to volunteer for three choice of courses in order of priority which is considered at the bureau in accordance with the existing policy directives.

Course/Trade Certificate :-

COURSE DURATION MODE OF AWARD
MORE THAN NINE MONTHS TRADE CERTIFICATE HANDED OVER DIRECTLY TO
THE SAILORS ON COMPLETION OF COURSE
UP TO NINE MONTHS CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY THE INSTITUTE ARE
RECEIVED AT BUREAU THROUGH DGR /NHQ (DESA)
WHICH ARE THEN FORWARDED TO THE SAILORS
AT THEIR KNOWN POSTAL ADDRESS

Resettlement Training Programme The sailors are nominated for various courses in accordance with the Resettlement Programme promulgated by DGR/NHQ every year.

Some of the popular Pre-Release Courses :-

(a) Basic course in Computer Science and Applications
(b) Maintenance & Repair of radio, Music system, TV and Video
(c) Book keeping and Accountancy using tally package
(d) Secretarial practice, typing & shorthand and office management
(e) Export/Import management
(f) Basic Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
(g) Computer Hardware
(h) Maruti Engineering
(j) Sub-fire Officer
(k) Short course in market milk plant operation









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