Sarbananda Sonowal inaugurated the Marine Workshop of IMU-Chennai Campus. Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, and AYUSH Shri Sarbananda Sonowal inaugurated the Marine Workshop of IMU-Chennai Campus and dedicated the new buildings of Visakhapatnam campuses to the nation through the virtual mode from Chennai yesterday. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister pointed out that India will be the champion of champions through Maritime India Vision. He said togetherness is the value respected by all Indians. Shri Sonowal called upon the students to give their 100% to achieving their goals. Speaking about the opportunities before students, he said, “Bharat Mata has given us the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Modi, who has declared his motto to provide ample opportunity for student’s career.”
Indian Maritime University, headquartered in Chennai, was established in 2008 as a Central University by merging 7 legacy institutes to provide quality maritime education, training, and research. IMU offers undergraduate, post-graduate, and Ph.D. programs in its 6 Campuses located at Chennai, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, and Vishakhapatnam. There are also 18 Maritime Training Institutes affiliated with IMU.
Member of Parliament Shri P. Ravindhranath (Theni), MLA Shri S. Aravind Ramesh, Sholinganallur, and Shri P. Shankar, Chancellor, Indian Maritime University were present on the occasion. Dr. Malini V Shankar, Vice-Chancellor of Indian Maritime University presided over the event. Shri Sunil Paliwal, Chairman, Chennai Port Trust, Shri Balaji Arunkumar, Deputy Chairman, Chennai Port Trust, Shri J. Pradeep Kumar, CVO, IMU, and many other senior officials of IMU, Port and Shipping industries participated in the event.