The 47th batch on Environmental Analyst Course will start on 21.06.2023 and admission open for another 15 days. <-> 6 teams are registered for up coming Pentathlon Competition. <-> ADMISSION NOTIFICATION: Applications are invited for “Environmental Analyst Course” (Batch-47 & 48), approved by West Bengal State Council of Vocational Training. Willing candidates are requested to submit application. <-> Will Kolkata benefit from the MIGRATING MANGROVES? An open forum discussion at our Outram Ghat premises on 5th June, 2023. <-> A Pentathlon Competition comprising of Trekking, Rafting, Kayaking, Rowing and Sailing from Gaumukh to Kolkata is being held. Interested organizations / candidates from all over India can apply. <-> SEI has launched project 'Ghat Committee' for Safe and Clean Ghats of River Hooghly. Sponsorship for this is requested. <->

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Admiral Ramdas Trophy for Best Offshore Adventure


A crew of seven young seafarers from the Sea explorers Institute and one from the Indian Navy, won the much coveted trophy of the naval world called Admiral Ramdas Trophy from Admiral Shekhawat, Chief of the Naval Staff in 1994 for their Nicobar Expedition of 1992 across 550 nautical miles or 1025 kms from Kolkata to the Great Nicobar Island. The seafarers led by Mr Arindam Bose and Ranjit Karunakar took 39 days to accomplish this heroic feat. The Admiral Ramdas Trophy is awarded for the most outstanding offshore adventure voyage or commendable sailing undertaken by a Yatch or Yatchmen for the year under consideration. It was constituted and donated as a rolling trophy by Admiral L. Ramdas in the year 1991 when he was the president of the Yatching Association of India and the chief of the Naval staff.

Award Name Award To Year Awarded By Photo
Admiral Ramdas Trophy for Best Offshore Adventure Expedition Team from SEI 1994 Admiral V.S. Shekhawat, PVSM, AVSM, VrC, ADC testi