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National Marine Academy of Bangladesh

National Marine Academy of Bangladesh is uniquely located in the verdant, scenic and serene surroundings at the heart of the port-city of Chittagong and the institute is just walking distance away from the sea-port of Chittagong. National Marine Academy of Bangladesh was established in the city of Chittagong, Bangladesh on November 2013 with a vision to be the leader in Maritime education and training in Bangladesh. The Institute aims to provide state-of-the-art learning facilities, modern training systems and a highly qualified and experienced faculty to build a strong foundation for its students towards a progressive maritime career comprising courses at pre/post Sea levels. Well lit classrooms and workshops equipped with the latest tools are designed to meet the requirements of modern training systems.

National Marine Academy of Bangladesh affwk40-bdgm16_android-saga_336x280BD-[C:G.Phon.Mobi]
AddressHouse 3, Road 2, Lane 1, Block L, Halishahar H/E, Chittagong.
Phone88 031 727801
Fax88 031 2515867
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