Ex Indian Hockey Captain Dilip Tirkey inaugurates Blue Anchor
The prima face of Indian hockey team, Mr. Dilip Tirkey on Monday inaugurated SAMET’s multi-cuisine restaurant “Blue Anchor” dedicated for the healthy dinning of cadets.
The event also had the presence of Capt Patra, Mr Sam , SAMET’s director Ms Sara Patra and Marketing head Mr Russi Patnaik.
To give cadets a soothing environment to dine-in, the management of SAMET has opened this lavish restaurant inside the premises. It is a part of the many yearlong ongoing initiatives taken by the institution towards the well-being of the cadets.
Mr Tirkey and his entire family made their humble presence inside the restaurant and enjoyed the lunch with our SAMET family.
Then he expressed his eagerness to make a visit of the entire SAMET premises towards which our Director Ms Sara and Trustee Capt Patra volunteered themselves with a proud. He was surprised to see the simulators mimicking the real sea like environment and also praised high on the effort that the institution is putting towards the skill development of the future seafarers.
He talked to the cadets and wished for their and our institution’s bright future. He said “It is a privilege to see such an institution growing in Odisha and making it proud by producing prospective seafarers for the merchant navy.” He also promised to help the institution in the possible way he can to prosper it further.
Indeed, it was our honour to have such a humble man as our guest and guide.
Our Director receives “Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Award-2018”
SAMET’s Managing Director Ms Sarasweta Patra received her Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Award-2018 from Narasingha Mishra, the Leader of Opposition in the Odisha Legislative Assembly at Idcol Auditorium on 21st May, 2018.
The evening was a proud moment for SAMET indeed as Ms Sarasweta Patra was bestowed with Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Award-2018 for her outstanding contribution as an Eminent Educationalist.
The Odisha Rajiv Gandhi Students’ Forum organized this State-level Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavna Diwas and Award Ceremony at IDCOL Auditorium, here, to mark the 27th death anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
On this occasion, apart from Ms Sarasweta Patra, 21 other people from different sectors were felicitated with ‘Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Award-2018’ for their outstanding contributions in various fields.
The recipients were given citations and trophies. Apart from this, 20 students from various schools and universities of the State were felicitated. Our director received the loudest and longest applause from the audience and once again made the entire SAMET feel proud.
An evening to remember with Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia
The evening of SAMET became graceful on 4th May when Bansuri Guru Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia Ji along with his two talented disciples from Vrindaban Gurukul marked his presence.
Padma Vibhushan Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia ji inaugurated a new Conference Hall inside building named after him.
The evening kick-started with the glorious words of our Managing Director Ms Sarasweta Patra. She introduced the whole team of guests from Vrindaban Gurukul to the audience. Then, upon her request, Pandit ji shared his till-now successful journey as a flautist and shared his happiness of being at SAMET. Following just after him, his disciples too shared their joy of becoming the part of this wonderful evening.
Then, the actual event started for which the entire audience was waiting for. The maestros performed classical Ragas ‘Ahir Bhairav’ and ‘Lalit, Bhairavi’ with their ‘Bansuris’ that took no time to tune. The presentation style of his disciples took the entire audience by surprise and once again Pt. Chaurasia proved that he is the undeniable king of this banboo flute.
Lastly, Pt. Chaurasia and his team posed for a group photo with the entire SAMET team and gave autographs to their fans. Pandit ji also wished the best for the upcoming days of the Institution.
His words on our guest book read, “It was a great treat to me and my friends.”
Indeed, the evening became a permanent memory for the entire family members of SAMET.
Springdale Maritime Academy organizes blood donation camp in Bhubaneswar
Driving itself towards a clinical and moral imperative, SAMET organized a Blood Donation Camp “Jeevan Alok” at its premises, in association with Commissioner of Police, Bhubaneswar.
In this Blood donation camp, 39 numbers of donors have participated and 25 of them have donated their blood after proper examination.
The Blood donation camp was inaugurated by Mrs. Anupama James, IPS Dy. Commissioner of Police (HQR).
Mrs. Anupama appreciated the initiation taken by SAMET and expressed his concern on how blood donation has ceased to be a moral purpose and is not an essential need of an hour. She insisted more and more people to donate blood so that the current blood crisis can be tackled easily.
Besides, Ms Sarasweta Patra, Director of SAMET coordinated and assisted in this blood donation camp.
OUR CADETS AT GLOBAL STAGE
SAMET was the only Indian Institute to be selected in The Annual General Assembly (AGA) is an international conference of the International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU). The conference brings together experts and official representatives of each member university from all over the world to discuss recent progress and future trends in maritime education, training, research and other matters within the scope of IAMU.IAMU AGA 2016 was the 17th conference as a sequence of events that started in Istanbul in 1999, and were held more recently in
St. john’s (2012), Constanta (2013), Launceston (2014) and Opatija (2015). in 2016, AGA was held in Vietnam and hosted by the Vietnam Maritime University.
Three of our Cadets represented SAMET and LJMU at the world stage in this event. They gave an insightful presentation on Maritime transport and Safety of Seafareers.
SEMINAR BY CAPT ASHOK MOHAPATRA ( EX IMO Director Maritime Safety)
The director of International Maritime Organisation Capt. Ashok Mohapatra is felicitated by Springdale Maritime Academy,Bhubaneswar,Odisha.
Member of Parliament,Bhubaneswar, Dr.Prasanna Pattasani felicitated Capt. Ashok Mohapatra of his accomplishment and the meeting is presided by founder of the academy Bikash patra.
Mohapatra joined as a cadet in Schindia Steam Navigation in 1973.
He is the first Indian to adorn the seat of Director in Liverpole at London in International maritime organisation safety division.
The Institute Director Sarasweta patra read the annual statement and thanks to the guest on the occasion.Business Development Manager,Subhashree Swagatika Mohanty Cooperated the management of the function.
SAMET is a modern campus located in the Bhubaneswar city with long maritime history. Our new facilities are unrivaled nationally and rivals that best maritime institutes around the world. With our state of the art simulations and safety training ground provide the very best opportunity for students to train for real life situation using the most advanced industry-standard equipment.
Our facilities include Bridge, High Voltage and Liquid Cargo Operation Simulators for higher level training.
All our class rooms are equipped with the latest smart teaching equipment to make each session interactive and comprehensive. All our class rooms are Air conditioned for the comfort our student.
Bridge Room Simulator
Engine Room Simulator
Maritime Safety Facilities
Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator.