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Littoral Communications to Organise Seminar on Future Maritime Studies

By Shivani

Littoral Communications, is organising its third edition of ‘Littoral Future Maritime Studies India’ for the year 2022 on 11th March in The Lalit, Mumbai.

The seminar discusses the Evaluation of Virtual Learning, Global Maritime Studies Challenges, Government Policies and Regulations, the Importance of Future Maritime Studies, Emerging Trends and Outlook, and Adaptive Learning Platforms.

Following the inaugural lamp lighting ceremony, Raja Vaiz, Chairman of Littoral Communications, will open the event. The seminar’s Chief guest speaker will be Deepak Shetty I.R.S (Retd.), former secretary to the government of India and director-general of shipping. Deepam Rastogi, Managing Director, CMG Maritime Academy, will discuss the significance of future maritime studies, followed by Capt. Krishnamurthy, Tolani Maritime Institute, who will discuss virtual learning maritime studies.

Capt. Ajay Achudhan, Founder, Synergistic solutions will present a paper on Maritime competencies for dealing with humanware on board and ashore.  Capt. P. Rajkumar, Deputy Director, Naval Maritime Academy, will speak about government policies and regulations, as will Mr. Mehernosh Shroff, Managing Director, Seworthy Shipping, who will advise on the best ways to obtain a degree and diploma around the world. Lavina Kriplani, a High Court Lawyer, will provide legal insight into Indian maritime studies.

Capt. Mukesh Gupta, Chairman of Seashine Global, will present the vote of thanks, and Capt. DK Singh, Founder President, Sarvoday Foundation will moderate the event.

Littoral Communications has planned eight seminars this year, with this being the first seminar of 2022. This will be followed by the Littoral Tamil Nadu Cruise Tourism Conclave-2022 in April in Chennai and Littoral Green Shipping India 2022, 4th Edition on 29th April in Mumbai.

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