Mechanic Computer Hardware

Mechanic Computer Hardware
Syllabus for the trade
of
Mechanic Computer Hardware
(SEMESTER PATTERN)
UNDER
CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME
Designed in: 2013
By
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment (DGE&T)
CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
EN – BLOCK, SECTOR – V, SALT LAKE CITY,
Kolkata – 700 091.
List of the Members of Trade Committee Meeting for the trade of Mechanic
Computer Hardware held at ATI – EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad-500 013.
Shri S.J. Amalan, Director, CSTARI, Kolkata
Sl.
Name & Designation
Representing Organisation
No.
Shri/Smt.
A.K. Mishra, Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
J. Sudharani, Asst. ProfessorG.V.P. College of Engineering for Women,
Medical Bio-Chemestry
Madhuravada, Visakhapatnam, Andhra
Pradesh.
S. Sambaiah, Director
M/s Medisonics, Flat No. 102, Aries Plaza,
Chandana Brother’s Building,
Mehedipatnam, Hyderabad-28.
Sandhya Salwan, Director
ATI-EPI, Dehradun.
D.K. Ojha, Dy. Director
ATI-EPI, Dehradun.
C. Chandrasekhar, Jt. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
Remarks
Chairman
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
M.S. Ekambaram, Dy. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
Member
C.S. Murthy, Dy. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
Member
T. Ragulan, Dy. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
Member
V. Subrahmanyam
Asst. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
Member
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List of members attended the Workshop to finalize the syllabi of existing CTS into Semester
Pattern held from 6th to 10th May’2013 at CSTARI, Kolkata.
Sl. No. Name & Designation
Organisation
Remarks
1.
R.N. Bandyopadhyaya, Director
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Chairman
2.
K. L. Kuli, Joint Director of Training
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
3.
K. Srinivasa Rao,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Joint Director of Training
4.
L.K. Muhkerjee,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Deputy Director of Training
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Ashoke Rarhi,
ATI-EPI, Dehradun
Member
Deputy Director of Training
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N. Nath,
Assistant Director of Training
S. Srinivasu,
Assistant Director of Training
Sharanappa,
Assistant Director of Training
Ramakrishne Gowda,
Assistant Director of Training
Goutam Das Modak,
Assistant Director of Trg./Principal
Venketesh. Ch. , Principal
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
ATI-EPI, Hyderabad-13
Member
ATI-EPI, Hyderabad-13
Member
FTI, Bangalore
Member
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
Govt. ITI, Dollygunj, Andaman &
Nicobar Islan
Member
A.K. Ghate, Training Officer
V.B. Zumbre, Training Officer
P.M. Radhakrishna pillai,
Training Officer
A.Jayaraman, Training officer
S. Bandyopadhyay, Training Officer
Suriya Kumari .K , Training Officer
R.K. Bhattacharyya, Training Officer
Vijay Kumar, Training Officer
Anil Kumar, Training Officer
Sunil M.K. Training Officer
Devender, Training Officer
R. N. Manna, Training Officer
Mrs. S. Das, Training Officer
Jyoti Balwani, Training Officer
Pragna H. Ravat, Training Officer
Sarbojit Neogi, Vocational Instructor
Nilotpal Saha, Vocational Instructor
Vijay Kumar, Data Entry Operator
ATI, Mumbai
ATI, Mumbai
CTI, Chennai-32
Member
Member
Member
CTI Chennai-32,
ATI, Kanpur
RVTI, Kolkata-91
RVTI, Trivandrum
ATI, Ludhiana
ATI, Ludhiana
ATI, Kolkata
ATI, Kolkata
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
RVTI, Kolkata-91
RVTI, Kolkata-91
RVTI, Kolkata-91
I.T.I., Berhampore, Murshidabad, (W.B.)
RVTI, Kolkata-91
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Name of the Trade: –
MECHANIC COMPUTER HARDWARE
2.
NCO Code No.
3.
Duration
4.
Entry Qualification
:
Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of
education with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent.
5.
Unit Strength
:-
20 (No. of Trainees)
6.
Space Norm
:
60 Sq. Mtr.
7.
Power Norms
8a.Trainer’s Qualification :
:-
:
02 years (FOUR SEMESTERS)
4 kw
a)
b)
c)
d)
B.E./B.Tech in Electronics/Electronics &
Telecommunication/Computer Science/Computer
Engineering/Instrumentation.- ( 1 year experience in relevant
field)
OR
Science Graduate with Physics, Mathematics Or Graduate in
Electronics.- ( 3 yrs. experience in relevant field)
OR
Diploma in Computer Science/Technology from recognized
board of technical education with two years experience in the
relevant field.
OR
NTC/NAC in the trade with three years experience in the
relevant field
8b.Desirable qualification : Preference will be given to a candidate with Craft Instructor
Certificate (CIC).
Note: At least one Instructor must have Degree/Diploma in Relevant trade.
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TRADE : “ Mechanic Computer Hardware”
(Duration : 6 Months)
First Semester.
(Semester Code No. MCH-01)
Week
no.
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
1
Practice fixing of screws of
different sizes on wooden
board. Practice of Cutting on
wooden blocks using Tenon
saw/6 inch hand saw Drill holes
on wooden boards using
Electric/Hand Drill Machine.
Smoothen the blunt surfaces
using suitable files Repeat the
above tasks on Metal and
Plastic sheets.
Practice the electrical safety
norms Practice the Mock
treatment of electrical shock.
2
Identify the Live, Neutral and
Earth on power socket.
Construct a test lamp and light
a lamp Use a Tester to monitor
AC power. Measure the
unwanted voltage between the
neutral and Ground and take
measures to reduce it. Connect
two lamps in parallel to the AC
Source
and
observe
illumination.
Connect two lamps in series to
the AC Source and observe
illumination
Identify different wires and
cables. Practice removal of
insulation without destroying
the strands on wires and cables
of different ratings
Measure the gauge using SWG
Make
cable joints using
soldering gun Desolder to
separate the soldered joints
Read and interpret the settings,
sockets on an Analog and
Digital Multimeters.
Measure and Test the voltage
of the given primary/ secondary
cell(s). Charge and discharge
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Engg. Drg.
Workshop
Cal. &
Science
Introduction to NCVT and its
certification mechanism
Semester system and its
flexibility for the Trainee and
to the Institute. EM Trade and
its applicability in industries.
Expectations of the Industry
from trainees after the
completion of the Trade. The
skills to be acquired to
become part of industry. Intro
to Safety and measures to be
taken
to
maintain
the
standards
of
safety of
personnel working and the
equipment. Different First aid
mechanisms to rescue the
effected by electric shocks or
any physical injuries.
Basic terms such as electric
charges, Potential difference,
Voltage, Current, Resistance.
Basics of AC & DC. Terms
such as +ve cycle, -ve cycle,
Frequency,
Time period,
RMS,
Peak,
P-P,
instantaneous value.
Single phase and Three
phase power , terms like Line
and Phase voltage/ currents.
Insulators, conductors and
semiconductor properties
Different type of electrical
cables
and
their
specifications. Different types
of
Cables used in the
electronic industries. Ohm’s
law and its variables.
What is
Engineering
drawing,
Importance.
Quadratic
equation,
Simultaneo
us linear
equation in
two
variables.
Free hand
sketching of
straight lines,
rectangles,
square,
circles,
polygons, etc.
Electricity:
Negative &
positive
polarities,
structure of
Atoms,
Electrons &
protons,
coulomb,
unit of
charge, volt,
unit of
potential
difference,
and charge
in motion is
current.
Battery /Cells: construction,
types
of
primary
and
secondary cells, materials
Free hand
sketching of
tools, reading
Fundament
als and
derived
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the cell while measuring the
respective
Voltage
and
currents.
Measure the voltage and
current at different terminals of
a resistive circuit Identify an
electromagnet
and
a
permanent magnet. Prepare a
solenoid valve Prepare an
electromagnet for a bell
Dismantle and identify different
parts of a relay
identify coil voltage and contact
current capacity.
Assemble and test the relay
(any four different relays).
Repeat the above three tasks
for an electrical contractor.
Operate
a
Three
phase
Induction Motor with three pole
EM Contactor having
1 NO
+ 1 NC auxiliary contacts.
Identify different transformers
Measure the primary and
secondary winding resistances
for transformers of different
capacities (upto 500 VA)
Identify different sizes, shapes
of cores used in low capacity
transformers.
Measure the primary and
secondary voltage of different
transformers. Identify primary
and secondary terminals of the
centre tapped transformer and
test it. Measure input and
output voltages of a given
isolation transformer Identify
different terminals on the given
single phase and three phase
fractional HP AC Induction
Motor. Connect the power and
test run Identify unmarked
terminals of a three phase
induction motor, connect to the
DOL starter and run. Connect a
DOL starter to the given single
phase motor and control it
Connect a DOL starter to the
given three phase motor and
operate it.
used, specification of cells
and
batteries.
Charging
process, efficiency, shelf life,
Selection of cells / Batteries
etc. Use of Hydrometer.
Types of electrolytes used in
cells and batteries. Types
and Properties of magnets
and
their
materials,
preparation
of
artificial
magnets,
significance
of
Electromagnetism, types of
cores.
Electromagnetic
Relays, types, construction,
specifications.
of simple
drawings and
concepts of
dimensions.
units,
Supplement
ary units, of
electrical
parameters.
Working principle of
a
Transformer,
Transformer
construction, Types of cores
used Specifications of a
transformer. Step-up , Step
down
and
isolation
transformers
with
applications. Different type of
losses in Transformers.
Phase angle, phase relations,
active and reactive power,
power
factor
and
its
importance in the industry.
Three phase Transformers
and their applications.
Electrical motors:
AC Motor (single phase
induction motor) construction,
sub assemblies, type of
winding used, interpretation
of name plate specifications,
conventional speed control
methods. Types of AC motors
and
their
applications.
Starting of split phase motor
and three phase AC motors.
Dotted lines,
chain lines
etc.
Magnifying
glass.
Standardsdefinition,
typesprimary and
secondary
standards,
working
standards,
Standards
of length,
mass, time,
current,
voltage.
Identify and Test Permanent
Magnet DC motor Identify and
Test Brushless DC motor
Identify and Test stepper motor
Identify and familiarize with
DC Motor construction, sub
assemblies,
commutators,
carbon
brushes,
interpretation of name plate
specifications, conventional
Atomic
Structure,
Different
components.
Ohms law:
Current,
voltage,
resistance,
and related
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various types of fuses with their
bases. Trip a
MCB by
simulating fault conditions and
Reset the MCB. Measure the
current drawn by the motor and
speed
using
a
TACHO.
Connect a DOL starter and run
the given AC motor Identify the
terminal connections of the
ceiling
Fan(permanent
capacitor motor). Connect, set
proper direction of rotation and
Run.
Remove the ceiling Fan motor
and test it Remove the Fan
capacitor and test it.
Identify Resistors of different
types(include NTC, PTC, W/W,
Log, Linear, preset, VDR, LDR
) values and power ratings.
Use colour code to identify the
Resistors and values.
Measure with multimeter the
Resistance, current and voltage
through series and parallel
connected resistor networks
Identify different inductors, test
and measure the values. Apply
AC and DC to RL circuit and
observe the response. Identify,
Test and measure capacitance
of various capacitors. Monitor
RC ckt behavior by applying
different
voltages
and
frequencies Measure Time
constant for different values of
R and C. Measure the V, I of a
RLC series and parallel ckts at
resonant frequencies.
Find the resonant frequency of
the given RLC ckt.
Measurement of inductance,
capacitance and resistance
with L.C.R. Bridge
Identify Si and Ge diodes
Record
any ten Diode
component numbers (both Si &
Ge) from Data book with their
specifications.(If,
PIV
and
forward voltage drop)
speed control methods and
applications. Types of DC
motors and their applications.
Overload Relay, Fuse ratings,
types of Fuses, Fuse bases,
single/three phase MCBs,
single phase ELCBs.
Types
of
Contactors,
contactor coils and working
voltages, contactor contact
currents,
protection
to
contactors and high current
applications.
KVL & KCL with applications.
: Resistor -definition, types of
resistors, their construction &
specific use, color-coding,
power
rating,
Equivalent
Resistance of series parallel
ckts. Distribution of V & I in
series parallel ckts.
Principles
of
induction,
inductive reactance, Types of
inductors ,
construction,
specifications
and
applications(energy storage
concept). Self and Mutual
induction.
Behaviour
of
inductor at low and high
frequencies.
series
and
parallel
combination,
Q
factor,
Electromagnets,
Solenoids
&
relays
construction & its application.
Capacitance and Capacitive
Reactance,
Impedance.
Types
of
capacitors,
construction,
specifications
and applications. Dielectric
constant. Significance of
Series parallel connection of
capacitors.
Capacitor
behavior with AC and DC.
Concept of Time constant of
a RC ckt.
Concept of
Resonance
and
its
application in RC,RL & RLC
series and parallel ckts.
Semiconductor
component
number coding for different
electronic components such
as
Diodes,
Zeners,
Transistors,
FETs,
MOSFETs, IGBTs.
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problems,
multiple and
submultiple
s units,
electric
power,
power
dissipation
in
resistance,
power
formulas.
Reading of
simple
drawing, free
hand
sketching of
simple solids
with
dimensions.
Free hand
sketch of
solids viewed
perpendicularl
y to their
-do-
Series
circuits:
Total
resistance,
same
current in
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Identify any five different
packaging styles of Diodes with
respective heat sinks
Response of a Diode for
different AC and DC voltages
Test the PIV and Forward
current of the given diode
Construct and test Diode as a
half wave, full wave and Bridge
rectifier. Connect a capacitor to
the rectifier ckt and filter the
output Observe on CRO the
ripple from
rectifiers
by
varying
load and
filter
capacitance Identify and Test
Zener diode, Varactor diode,
tunnel diode. Construct and
test zener based voltage
regulator circuit and test.
Identify PNP and NPN
Transistors.
Record any ten Transistors
numbers (both NPN & PNP)
from Data book with their
specifications.( β, VBE, VCB,VCE,
IC, IB, Junction Temperature,
junction capacitance,
Frequency of operation, Power
Rating )
Identify any five different
packaging styles of Transistors
with respective heat sinks
Measure E-B, C-B & C-E
terminal resistances and infer.
Wire a circuit using a switch to
turn on a Relay via Transistor
(use Relays of different coil
voltages and Transistors of
different β )
Construct a Transistorized
amplifier and amplify a small
signal. Vary the gain by
changing the circuit
components Calculate input
impedance and output
impedance of the constructed
amplifier.
Identify
any
five
FET
Transistors and record main
parameters from the Data book
Test the given FET (at least 5
no’s)
and
record
the
impedances. Construct and test
a FET Amplifier Identify SCRs
of different ratings by their
number. Test different SCRs
(at least 5 no’s) for healthiness
PN Junction, Forward and
Reverse biasing of diodes,
Interpretation
of
diode
specifications
Forward
current and Reverse voltage,
packing styles of diodes.
Diode
Bridge
Modules.
Rectifier configurations, their
efficiencies,
Filter
components and their role in
reducing
ripple. Working
principles
of
Zener
diode/specifications/applicatio
ns Varactor diode /Tunnel
diode/ specifications with
applications.
surface and
axes.
series
circuits, IR
voltage
drops, Sum
of IR drops
equal to the
applied
voltage.
Construction, Working of a
PNP and NPN Transistors.
Purpose of E,B & C
Terminals. Flow of currents
into and out of terminals of
PNP/ NPN Transistors and
their relations. Significance of
β of a Transistor.
Need for Biasing of Transistor
junctions
Interpretation of main
parameters of a Transistor.
VBE, VCB,VCE, IC, IB, Junction
Temperature, junction
capacitance, Frequency of
operation, Discuss a
Transistor application as a
switch. Discuss a Transistor
application as an amplifier.
Define input impedance and
output impedances.
Electronic
Component
symbols,
Series circuit,
Representatio
n of IR
voltage drops.
Polarity of
IR voltage
drops, Total
power in
series
circuits,
related
exercise.
Construction
of
FET,
differentiate it with BJT.
Purpose of Gate, Drain and
source
terminals
and
voltage/current
relations
between them. Amplification
factor of FET. Impedances
between various terminals.
Interpret the main parameters
of the FET. Suitability of FET
Free hand
sketches of
nuts with
dimensions
from samples.
Circuit s and
wiring
diagrams.
Arithmetic
and
geometric
progression
, sum of nterms,
simple
calculations
.
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using a Multimeter. Construct
SCR test circuit with a small
load and test. Identify different
heat sinks used with various
SCRs. Identify and test a
DIAC(at least 3 no’s) by its
number. Use an RC circuit to
fire and change the firing angle
of SCR. Construct a circuit
using DIAC as trigger device to
fire SCR Identify and Test a
UJT by its number Construct
UJT based free running
oscillator and change its
frequency. Identify and test a
DIAC(at least 3 no’s) by its
number Construct a circuit
using DIAC as trigger device to
fire TRIAC for phase control
application. Identify and test a
power MOSFET (at least 3
no’s) by its number Identify
different heat sinks used with
various
power
MOSFET
devices. Construct MOSFET
test circuit with a small load
and test Identify and test a
IGBT (at least 2 no’s) by its
number Construct IGBT test
circuit with a small load and
test.
Dismantle an Analog
multimeter and identify
components /sections and
trace path for measurement of
V, I & R.
Measure the indicator coil
voltage corresponding to
different measurements.
Assemble and test the meter
Dismantle Digital Multimeter
and Identify components
/ICs/sections and Trace circuit
path for measurement of V, I
(AC & DC) & R.
Measure the Signal voltage to
the display IC corresponding to
different measurements.
Assemble and test the DMM.
Identify different electrical
cables of various gauges and
of different insulation strength.
Remove the insulation of
different cables and prepare for
joining
Make Solder joints of different
amplifiers
in
measuring
device applications.
Working of power electronic
components such as SCR,
TRIAC,DIAC,UJT ,MOSFET
and IGBT.
Working principle of PMMC
type ammeter. Conversion of
ammeter into voltmeter.
Working principles and study
of Block diagrams /
Schematic diagrams of
Analog multimeter, Digital
Multimeter, Digital LCR
meter.
Parallel
circuits,
Branch
currents,
representatio
n.
Parallel
circuits:
Applied
voltage is
the same
across
parallel
branches,
Each
branch
current,
Total
current
equal to the
sum of the
branch
currents.
Classification
of
cables
according to gauge, core
size,
insulation
strength,
flexibility etc
Explanation
of simple
orthographic
projection 3rd
angle.
-do-
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cables Make Lug joints of
different Electrical cables
Identify at least 12 different
type of cables (including FRC)
used in electronic industries.
Identify at least 12 different
type of cable connectors used
in electronic industries
Solder/crimp/terminate at least
10 connectors to the respective
cables and test for continuity as
per the marking on the
connectors.
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Practice with cable ties,
ferrools, routing of cables etc.
Identify and familiarize with
spst, spdt, dpdt, tumbler,
toggle, piano type electrical
switches
Identify and familiarize with
electronic pushbutton (NO,
NC), with and without indicator
lamps, with auxiliary contacts of
different sizes
Different electrical cables and
their specifications
Types of
resistors,
colour coding,
tolerance
representatio
n,
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Select a soldering gun and
practice soldering of different
electronic active and passive
components/digital ICs on
varieties of PCBs.
Join the broken PCB track and
test.
Desolder the soldered
component and clean the
surface of the track.
Different type of soldering
guns, relate temperature with
wattages, types of tips.
Solder materials and their
grading. Use of wax and
other materials. Selection of a
soldering gun for specific
requirement. Soldering and
Desoldering stations and their
specifications.
Explanation
of simple
orthographic
projection 3rd
angle.
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Measure logical high and low
for TTL and CMOS ICs.
Identify by the number and
Monitor the clock frequency of
different crystal ICs on CRO
and
measure it.
Identify
different Logic Gates (AND,
OR,NAND,NOR, X-OR, XNOR,NOT ICs) by the number
printed on them and draw I/O
pin-out numbers. Verify the
truth tables of all Logic Gate
ICs by connecting switches and
LEDs. Use NAND Gates to
realize an OR operation
Use NAND Gates to realize a
NOR operation Use NOR
Difference between analog
and digital signals, Iogic
levels of TTL and CMOS
Introduction
to
Digital
Electronics, Number systems
and codes Digital code:
binary, octal , Excess 3 code,
grey code, BCD code, ASCII
code and code conversions
Logic Gates and their truth
tables, propagation delay,
power dissipation and noise
immunity Logic families like
TTL/CMOS and sub families
and their comparison.
Availability of logic gates in
multiple
numbers
in
a
Moving coil
meter,
Moving Iron
meters,
voltmeter,
Ammeter,
Ohm meter.
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Resistance
in parallel
circuits,
Total power
in parallel
circuits,
effect of
open
branch,
short circuit
across
parallel
branches,
related
exercise.
Temperatur
e, pressure.
Newton’s
law of
motion,
applications
,
momentum.
Simple
problems
SeriesParallel
circuits:
Finding
Total
resistance
for seriesparallel
resistances,
Whetstones
’ bridge.
Gates to realize an AND
operation Use NOR Gates to
realize a NAND operation
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Wire and illuminate LEDs of
different sizes and observe the
current drawn. Expose LDR
different lights and Record the
variation in resistance. Expose
Photovoltaic cell to different
lights and Record the variation
in Voltage produced. Wire a
photo Diode based circuit and
switch a lamp load. Wire a
photo Transistor based circuit
and switch a lamp load.
Identify an IRED coupled to
photo Transistor (Optocouler)
and operate a Relay by
connecting a switch to input.
package with examples.
Combinational logic circuits
such as AND-OR Logic,
AND-OR invert Logics
Universal property of NAND
and NOR gates.
Study different IC Packages
IR LEDS, Photo diode for
photo
transistor,
its
characteristics
and
application, optical sensor,
opto-couplers, circuits with
opto isolation, characteristics
of LASER diodes
-do-
Construct and test voltage
divider bias Construct and Test
a common emitter Amplifier
Construct and Test common
base amplifier Construct and
Test
common
collector
amplifier
Construct and Test Darlington
amplifier.
Construct and test Class A
amplifier. Construct and test
Class B amplifier Construct and
test Class A B push pull
amplifier
Construct and test a single
stage CE amplifier with and
without
emitter
bypass
capacitor.
Transistor biasing circuits and
stabilization techniques.
Voltage amplifiers- voltage
gain,
loading
effect.
configuration of common
emitter,
common
base,
common collector transistor,
their definition characteristics
and application
Classification of amplifiers
according to frequency ,mode
of operation, methods of
coupling. CE,CB,CC amplifier
circuit
and
their
characteristics Alpha ,beta,
voltage gain, Concept of dB,
dBm
Construct an emitter follower,
RC coupled amplifier Construct
and test push pull power
amplifier Construct and test
oscillator using a HF transistor.
Construct and test RC Phase
shift oscillator
Distinguish between voltage
and power amplifier Types
and
effect
of
negative
feedback in amplifiers
Working of emitter follower
circuit and its advantages
different packages styles of
transistors, in-circuit testing of
transistor
introduction
to
positive
feedback
and
requisites of an oscillator
Types of multivibrators and
study of circuit diagrams
Transistor power ratings &
Construct and test as table
multivibrator circuit Identify and
test Transistors of different
10
Explanation
of simple
orthographic
projection 3rd
angle.
Different
types of
series parallel
circuits,
representatio
n of nodes,
etc.
Resistor
types, their
colour
codes and
tolerance,
series and
parallel
combination
of resistors,
power
rating of
resistors.
-do-
Static and
dynamic
friction.
Gravitationa
l forces.
Forcedefinition,
units, and
fractional,
forces.
Problems
on force
and
frictional
forces.
-Do-
Familiarizatio
n and
sketching the
Voltage
dividers, &
current
20
21
22
packaging styles Identify and
pick a suitable heat sink for
Transistors of different
packaging styles
Test various analog electronic
components using linear IC
Tester.
Construct and Test Half Adder
circuit and verify the truth table.
Construct and Test Full adder
and verify the truth table.
Construct the Adder cum
Subtractor and verify the result
Construct and Test a 2 to 4
Decoder and test
Construct and Test a 4 to 2
Encoder and test
Construct and Test a 4 to 1
Multiplexer and test
Construct and Test a 1 to 4
DeMultiplexer and test
Construct and test four bit latch
using 7475.
Identify different Flip-Flop (ICs)
by the number printed on them.
Verify the truth tables of FlipFlop ICs (D,T,RS,JK) by
connecting switches and LEDs
Identify & Wire a Master-Slave
Flip-Flop and Test the truth
table.
Familiarization with front panel
controls and display system of
Digital IC Tester
Testing of : TTL , CMOS
,Memory Peripheral ICs
Construct and test a four bit
asynchronous binary counter
using 7493.
Connect 7493 as a modulus-12
counter.
Construct and test a four bit
Synchronous binary counter
using 74163.
Construct and test synchronous
Decade counter.
Construct and test an up/down
synchronous decade counter
packaging styles, use of
different heat sinks.
Study of a Linear IC Tester
details of
components
dividers:
Combinational logic circuits
such as Half Adder, Full
adder,
Parallel Binary
adders. IC 7482 as 2-bit and
four bit full adders. Magnitude
comparators. Half adder, full
adder
ICs
and
their
applications for implementing
arithmetic operations
Basic Binary Decoder and
four bit binary decoders. ICs
74LS138 and 74154 pin
details and functionality.BCD
to Decimal decoder. Decimal
to BCD Encoder, IC 74147
details and functionality.
Need for multiplexing of data
and IC 74151 AS Data
selector/Multiplexer.
1 to 4 line Demultiplexing. IC
74154 as a Demultiplexer.
S-R Latch, Gated S-R Latch,
D- Latch.
Flip-Flop: Basic RS Flip Flop,
edge triggered D Flip Flop,
JK Flip Flop, T Flip Flop
Clocked Flip Flop, MasterSlave flip flops and Timing
diagrams
Basic flip flop applications like
data storage , data transfer
and frequency division.
Use of
drawing
instruments,
‘T’ square,
drawing
board,
construction
of simple
figures &
solids with
dimensions.
Series
voltage
dividers,
current
divider with
two parallel
resistances.
Specifications and block
diagram , Operation of a
Analog IC Tester and its
Circuit description (in brief
Basics of Counters. Two bit
and three bit Asynchronous
binary counters and decade
counters with
the timing
diagrams.
3- bit Synchronous counters
and synchronous decade
counters.
BCD display, BCD to decimal
decoder. BCD to 7 segment
display circuits
11
Use of
different types
of scales in
inch &
millimeters,
lettering
numbers &
alphabets.
Symbols,
Cells,
batteries,
series,
parallel,
representatio
n, Magnets,
Electromagne
ts, symbols.
Directcurrent
meters:
Moving coil
meter,
design of
voltmeter,
ammeter,
loading
effect of
voltmeters,
related
problems.
Complex
numbers.
Simple
problems
23 &
24
25
26
using 74190 and monitor the
output on LEDs.
Display the count value on
seven segment display using
decoder/driver ICs.
Construct the shift register
using RS/D/JK flip flop and
verify the result
Construct
and test four bit SIPO register
Construct and test four bit
PIPO register Construct and
test two digit Seven segment
LED / Decoder-Driver circuits.
Construct and test of Dotmatrix
/ LCD Displays.
Construction and testing of
Binary weighted and R-2R
Ladder type Digital-to-Analog
Converters. Familiarization with
various types of Memory ICs
Identification of Flash
Memories of various
capacities.Test various digital
ICs using digital IC Tester.
Shift
Register
functions,
Serial to parallel and vice
versa, Parallel to parallel and
serial to serial, Bidirectional
shift
registers,
Timing
diagram
,important
applications.pin details and
functionality of universal shift
register IC 74194
Memory concepts, types of
memories
RAM/ROM/EPROM/FLASH
PROM etc. and their
applications.
Study of a Digital IC Tester :
Specifications & Block
diagram , Operation and
circuit description of a
Digital IC Tester.
Project work / Industrial visit(optional)
EXAMINATION
12
Work,
power and
energydefinition,
units, and
simple
problems
and on
shop floor
practices.
Conservatio
n of
momentum
and energy.
TRADE:“Mechanic Computer Hardware”
(Duration : 6 Months)
SECOND SEMESTER.
(Semester Code No. MCH-02)
Week
no.
1
2
3
4
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
Engg. Drg.
Time constants of RC & RL
circuits.
Diode shunt and series
clipper circuits and
clamping/limiting circuits and
their applications.
RC based Differentiator and
Integrator circuits
Drawing of
various
electrical
circuits with
B.I.S. symbols
of circuits,
series&
parallel
circuits, power
transformer
instrument
transformer etc
Introduction to Differential
amplifier: construction &
working block diagram of OpAmp, importance,
characteristics, commonmode gain, advantages and
applications.
schematic diagram of 741,
symbol,
Noninverting
voltage amplifier, inverting
voltage amplifier, , linear and
non-linear applications of
741,Comparator using opamp ,other popular op-amps
Instrumentation Amplifier.
Block diagram of 555,
Construct the comparator using functional description wrt
OP-AMP
different configurations of 555
Construct and test monostable
such as monstable, astable
and vco operations for
timer circuit using IC 555
various application
Construct and test Astable
timer circuit using IC 555
Construct and test VCO (V to F
Converter) using IC 555
Construct and test 555 timer as
pulse width modulator.
Measure using CRO – DC
Study of CRO :
Voltage, AC voltage, Period &
Specifications and block
Frequency & and observe
diagram , Familiarization with
front panel and controls of a
different wave forms
Troubleshooting CRO Vertical CRO.
Preamplifier & all other sections Study of CRO circuits (a)
(a) to (c).
Vertical preamp (b) Vertical
Intermediate amplifier (c)
Vertical Final amplifier
AC wave form,
frequency,
wavelength
representation,
Inductors,
series parallel.
Construct RC circuit and
measure the Time constant by
measuring voltages.
Construct and test a simple
high pass RC circuit and
observe the integrated output
for applied input.
Construct RC differentiator
circuit and convert Triangular
wave into square wave.
Construct simple diode based
shunt clipping circuits to clip
below and above reference
voltages.
Construction and testing of
various Op-Amp circuits like
Inverting, Non-inverting and
Summing Amplifiers,
Differentiator and Integrator
Integrator
13
Workshop
Cal. &
Science
Kirchoff’s
laws:
Kirchoff’s
voltage&
current law,
Branch
currents,
node
voltages,
Mesh
currents,
related
problems.
Network
theorems:
Thevenin’s,
Norton’s
theorems,
conversion
of voltage
and current
sources.
Transformers,
types, cores,
types,
lamination
types,
representation.
Free hand
sketching of
plan &
elevation of
simple objects.
Moment of
inertia of
simple
shapes like
disc,
cylinder &
sphere.
5
Troubleshooting CRO Vertical
Preamplifier & all other sections
(d) to (f).
Familiarize and doing
measurement using Digital
storage oscilloscope
Interfacing DSO with a PC
(IEEE)
6
Identify and test DIODE/SCR
Power bridge
Identify and test MOSFET
Power bridge
Identify and test IGBT Power
bridge
Connect the heat sinks to the
above power bridges
Construct and test a lamp
dimmer /fan regulator circuit
Construct a flashing lamp
circuit using a thryristor
Construct a UJT based Time
delay circuit to turn on a lamp
load with delay of 5 seconds
Control the speed of a universal
motor using a TRIAC based
circuit.
Identify different fixed +ve and
–ve voltage regulator ICs of
different current ratings ( 78/79
series) along with i/o, reference
pins. Wire a fixed voltage
regulator as a variable one by
floating the reference. Identify
proper heat sinks for different
IC based voltage regulators.
Vary the input voltage and
observe the fixed output for the
above mentioned series
Construct a dual power supply
using above regulator ICs with
current limiting and short circuit
features.
7
8
(d) Time base circuits, (e)
Horizontal Final amplifier (f)
Low voltage & EHT power
supply circuits.
Study of H V circuits
Digital storage and IEEE
interface of a oscilloscope.
Trouble shooting procedure
of a CRO.
Power MOSFET, IGBT their types, characteristics,
switching speed, power
ratings and protection
Free hand
sketching of
Hexagonal bar,
sq. bar,
circular bar
tapered bar
hollow bar etc.
Batteries:
Cells &
Batteries,
Series and
parallel
cells,
related
exercise,
Capacitor
structure,
symbol, types,
colour code,
Variable
capacitors
Logarithm
definition,
properties,
simple
problems.
Calculation of
area of
triangles,
polygons with
the aid of
trigonometry.
Magnetism
& Magnetic
units: The
magnetic
field, flux,
flux density,
Ampereturns.
Regulated
Power
supply Series RLC,
using 78XX series, 79XX Parallel RLC
series, Op-amp regulator, 723 circuits.
regulator , (Transistorized &
IC based) voltage regulation,
error
correction
and
amplification etc.
14
Angular
momentum
& torque
simple
problems.
9
10
11
Identify different front panel
controls and connectors of the
given power supply.
Test the given power supply
and limit the output for a
specific voltage and current.
Open the power supply and
identify major sections and
power components with heat
sinks. Test the semiconductor
power switches of a power
supply.
Operate a programmable
power supply and test its
features
Dismantle the given stabilizer
and find major sections/ ICs/
components.
Measure voltages at vital
points.
Identify various input and
output sockets/connectors of
the given SMPS.
Apply input and measure
outputs using a multimeter.
Test capacity of the given
SMPS.
Identify major sections/ ICs/
components of SMPS.
Measure / Monitor major test
points of SMPS.
Identify and replace the faulty
components.
Use SMPS used in TVs and
PCs for practice
Construct and test step up type
chopper circuit
Construct and test step down
type chopper circuit
Construct and test inverter type
chopper circuit
Construct and test IC Based
DC-DC converter for different
voltages
Specifications & block
diagram of Linear power
supplies.
Front panel controls and
features of various power
supplies.
Different types of power
switches and heat sinks used
in power supplies.
Symbols as
per different
semiconductor
devices- LDR,
VDR.
Alternating
voltage and
current: AC
fundamental
s, RMS,
Average
values.
Manual & automatic and
servo voltage stabilizersconcept and block diagram,
o/p voltage adjustment,
voltage cutoff systems, study
of different types of relays
used in stabilizers, study of
electronic circuit commonly
used, buck and boost concept
Thermister &
their use in
circuits.
Frequency,
time period,
wavelength,
related
problems.
Diodes,
Forward &
Reverse bias.
Areas of
rectangle,
circles,
regular
polygons,
calculation
of areas.
Block Diagram of Switch
mode power supplies and
their working principles.
Principles of Inversion and
Inverter circuits using
different techniques.
Pulse width modulation and
their applications.
Various types of chopper
circuits step-up, step down,
inverting types.
Introduction to DC-DC
Converters
ICs used for converting DCDC , block diagrams and their
pin outs. Applications of DCDC converters
15
12
Identify various input and
output sockets/connectors
/indicators on the given UPS.
Make individual connections
between batteries of battery
stack and test for healthiness of
batteries on stack.
Connect battery stack to the
UPS. Make load test to
measure backup time
13
Identify isolator transformer,
inverting transformer and
control transformers.
Adjust charging current
according to number of
batteries. Identify various circuit
boards and monitor voltages at
vital test points.
Identify the charging section
and set the charging current
according to backup.
Identify the semiconductor
power modules and measure
voltages. Perform a load test to
UPS.
14
Identify and draw different
active, passive components
using symbols
Draw schematic diagrams for
basic analog circuits
Draw schematic diagrams for
basic Digital circuits
Draw schematic diagrams for
Microprocessor and
Microcontroller based circuits
Electrical wiring for Single
phase and Three phase
systems, Earthing and earth
resistance measurement,
calculation of load power and
power factor of a power
source.
Review on Batteries – various
types, their selection,
grouping of cells and
batteries, charging of
batteries, Various Battery
charging circuits used in
Inverters and UPS ,
Maintenance of Batteries
Inverter – their principle &
operation, power rating,
change over period.
Installation of Inverters,
Protection circuits used in
inverters– battery level, over
load, over charging etc.
Various faults and its
rectification
Types of UPS. Block diagram
and working principle of
different types UPS.
Specifications of a typical
UPS. Most frequently
occurring faults and their
remedies.
Concept of UPS, OFF LINE
and ONLINE . Difference
between Inverters and UPS.
Selection of UPS –
calculation of load power,
Line interactive UPS
ON- Line UPS, their circuit
description and workingcontrolling circuits, Micro
controller circuits, power
circuits, charging circuits,
alarm circuits, Indicator
circuits
Identify different active,
passive components using
symbols
Draw schematic diagrams
for basic analog circuits
Draw schematic diagrams
for basic Digital circuits
Draw schematic diagrams
for Microprocessor and
Microcontroller based
circuits.
16
Rectifiers,
Input & output
waveforms.
Volumes &
weight of
simple
solids,
cubes,
hexagonal
prism. Shop
problems
Regulator
circuits,
Clipper
circuits, wave
forms.
Inductance:
Inductance,
mutual
inductance,
transformer,
Inductances
in
series
and parallel,
Impedance,
related
problems.
Drawing of
A.F. amplifiers
circuit.
Concepts of
elasticity &
elastic
limits, stress
& strength,
Hooke’s
law, young
modulus of
elasticity,
applications
in plant
15
16
17
18
Identify foot prints for different
analog /digital electronic (
lead and SMD) components
Prepare layouts for simple
analog/digital circuits
Generation of output prints for
fabrication (topside / bottom
side / solder mask )
Identify foot prints for
different analog /digital
electronic ( lead and SMD )
components
Prepare layouts for simple
analog/digital circuits
Generation of output prints
for fabrication (topside /
bottom side / solder mask )
Identification of 2/3/4 terminal
Identification of 2/3/4
SMD components
terminal SMD components
Soldering / dsoldering of
Soldering / desoldering of
above components
above components
Identification of PGA
Identification of PGA
packages
packages
Soldering / Desoldering of
Soldering / Desoldering of
above PGA components
above PGA components
Cold/Continuity check of
Cold/Continuity check of
PCBs
PCBs
Identification of lose /dry
Identification of lose /dry
solders, broken tracks on
solders, broken tracks on
printed wiring assemblies.
printed wiring assemblies
Familiarize
with
the Intro to 8085 Microprocessor
Microprocessor kit, identify Architecture, pin details and
different ICs on the kit.
Bus System of the processor.
Observe the voltage/
Function of different ICs such
waveforms on different ICs and as decoders, buffers, latches
etc used with 8085 processor
IC pins of the processor
Monitor the clock frequency.
Write down the address range
of different memory IC s and
peripheral ICs on the kit. Enter
data to different memory
locations in RAM
Enter simple programs and
execute using assembly
language
Use assembler to assemble the Interfacing to memory ICs
programs and load them for
RAM, PROM/EEPROM
execution by the processor
Interfacing different peripheral
Program to Blink an LED using ICs such as 8255. Instruction
port pins of 8255. Program to
set covering data transfer,
Control a relay using the port
logical, Arithmetic , serial
pins of 8255. Program to read
communication etc.
the data from memory to
sequentially ON the LEDs
17
Drawing of
A.F. amplifiers
circuit with
stage & types
of O/P.
Capacitance
: Charge
stored in
capacitors,
Farad unit
and
conversions
.
P-p.
Symbols of
transistors,
CB, CE, CC
configurations,
biasing
circuits.
Capacitor
colour
coding,
Series and
parallel
capacitance
s,
Capacitive
reactance,
Impedance.
Block diagram
of an oscillator.
Simple
problems on
stress in
bars.
Concept of
share
modulus,
bulk
modulus &
poisson’s
ratio.
Symbols for
different wave
shapes.
Resonance:
Series
resonance,
Parallel
resonance
circuits,
Resonance
frequency,
related
exercise.
19
Write the RAM and ROM
address ranges (internal and
external) of the given
Microcontroller kit.
Enter data into specific RAM
locations and observe the
volatility.
Practice different commands
to enter/edit and execute
Assembly programs
Identify different ICs used in
the given Microcontroller kit
and test vital signals on the
ICs.
Differentiate Microprocessor
and Microcontroller,
Architecture of 8051 family of
Microcontrollers, pin diagram
and various on chip resources
. Types of memory with 8051
such as On chip, external code
memory, External RAM .
Differentiate Microprocessor
and Microcontroller,
Architecture of 8051 family of
Microcontrollers, pin diagram
and various on chip
resources . Types of memory
with 8051 such as On chip,
external code memory,
External RAM .
21
Use the timer as an event
counter to count external
pulses.
Execute a program to flash a
set of 4 LEDs connected to
port pins on the kit
Write a program to use on
board ADC and convert the
analog voltage signal into
digital value and store it
memory
22
Cutting, cleaning and
preparing of fiber cable for
splicing Splicing of OFC
using splicing machine.
Special function registers
(SFRs) and their
configuration for various
applications.
Input / output ports and their
configuration.
Implementation of various
Timer and counting
functions, aspects of serial
communication,
Utilization of onchip
resources such as ADC etc.
Assembly software and
compilers for 8051
Microcontrollers.
8052 and its difference with
8051
Intro to optical fiber as a
transmission media, its
advantages over other
media. Working principle of
transmitter and receiver in
fibre optic communication.
Pplications and advantages
of fibre optic
communicaoitn.
20
Symbols for
different wave
shapes Sq.,
saw tooth.
Register Banks and their
Symbols for
use Memory mapping of
different sine,
the microcontrollers, bit
triangular etc.
addressable registers (bit
memories).
Instruction set and various
types of instructions
18
Single stage
amplifiers,
Multistage
amplifiers.
Class ‘A’,
Class ‘B’, Push
pull,
Complimentary
symmetry
circuits.
AC circuits:
Power, VA,
KVA, Watts,
KW, related
exercise,
power
factor.
Concept of
shear
forces,
bending
moment,
torsion in
shaft,
simple
problems.
Diodes:
Rectifier,
peak
voltage,
PIV,
Rectifier
efficiency.
Voltage
regulators,
Voltage
doublers,
multipliers,
Clipper
circuits,
related
exercise.
23 &
24
25
26
Testing of OFC using OTDR
Measure propagation, return
and bending losses etc.
Measure optical signal power
using optical power meter
Test the optical fiber cable
using Visual Fault locator
Make optical fibre setup to
transmit and receive analog
and digital data.
Properties of optic fibre,
testing, losses , types of
fibre optic cables and
specifications
Encoding of light
Fibre optic joints, splicing,
testing and the related
equipments/measuring
tools, precautions to be
taken
laying of cables, safety
aspects while handling
optical cables
Oscillators
circuits,
Multivibrators,
UJT oscillator,
FET, MOSFET
symbols,
DIAC,TRIC
Project work / Industrial visit(optional)
Examination.
19
Transistors:
Biasing of
transistors,
CB, CE,
CC, DC &
AC Load
line ,
operating/
‘Q’ point,
problems.
TRADE:“Mechanic Computer Hardware”.
(Duration : 6 Months)
THIRD SEMESTER
(Semester Code No. MCH-03)
Wee
k no.
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
1
Identification of ports,
connectors and cables.
Checking system configurations
and specifications, assembling /
dissembling procedures.
2
Processor cooling solutions,
BIOS setup, Installation: Single
boot/multi-boot systems, their
configurations, identification
and testing and troubleshooting
of computer memory, memory
up-gradation,
Installation and configuration of
storage devices. Integration of
PATA and SATA drivers.
PS/2, Serial, Parallel, USB,
SCSI, RJ-11, RJ-45, Audio,
IrDA, Wireless, SVGA, DVI,
HDMI, HDI, Joystick and
MIDI. Motherboard
components, bus types in pc,
form factors, chipsets,
Processor: specifications,
features, manufacturing,
sockets and slots, Multicore
processors, operating
voltages;
3
4
5
6
Memory identification, display
system troubleshooting, Power
supply testing and replacing,
Display system maintenance
and troubleshooting, Monitor
problem diagnostics and repair,
BIOS using flashing.
Installation and configuration of
disk drivers, jumper setting,
installation of SATA drivers,
configuring bios for ATA/AHCI
mode, setting up PATA and
SATA drives together, partition
and formatting, installation of
single/multi boot Section
Data recovery of flash drive,
formatting drive. Making flash
driver bootable, installation of
operating system, Making live
installation on disk.
Installation / Uninstallation,
Installation of devices/device
drivers. Storage devices:
magnetic optical and flash
drive technologies,
Computer memory: types and
identification, memory
modules, display
technologies: CRT, LCD,
Plasma and LED,Touch
screens, PC Video hardware,
HD graphics, PC Audio
hardware, pc power supply,
PC BIOS.
PC Drive technologies,
PATA, SATA, SCSI,
construction and working
principal, Disk geometry:
Heads, tracks, cylinders and
sectors, seeks and latency,
data transfer rate, cache,
BIOS, OS and interface
limitations, modern ATA
standards.
Working of flash memory,
storing / reading data, Types
of flash memory devices:
BIOS chip, Compact Flash,
Smart Media, Memory Stick,
Multimedia Card, Secure
Digital Card, Flash USB drive,
PCMCIA flash
20
Engg. Drg.
Drawing of
AM&FM.
Modulated
wave at
various
modulation
100 pc., 50 pc
etc.
-doLogic gates,
Combinational
gates, other
circuits.
Workshop
Cal. &
Science
Power
transmissio
n by shaft,
belts &
ropes
Transistor
amplifiers,
Voltage
Gain
Current
gain, power
gain,
decibel.
-Do-
Oscillators,
Frequency
calculations.
-do-
Exercise on
Relaxation
blue print
oscillator
reading/ circuit. problems,
related
exercises.
7
Installation and configuration
CD and DVD drives, lens
cleaning using toolkits,
maintenance: do’s and don’ts,
troubleshooting, installation of
Blue-ray drive, Repair of optical
drives.
8
Server: Installation,
configuration and
troubleshooting, configuring
various RAID configurations.
9
Diagnostics and fixing of basic
problems in printers using
software and hardware utilities.
Paper jams, toner drum
problems, cleaning procedures,
Common problems and
solutions. Basic scanner
maintenance, care of scanner,
scanning images, documents,
conversions of documents.
10
POST codes and their
meaning, fixing of problems
based on codes.
11
Practice on use of hand tools,
observation of safety during pc
handling.
12
Practice on preventive
maintenance procedures, use
of windows system tools like
Disk cleanup, disk
defragmenter, system restore,
backup and scheduled tasks.
Detecting problems using bios
beeps and fixing them, fixing of
OS installation problems,
configuration and
troubleshooting of bios.
13
Optical drive technologies,
installation and configuration
CD and DVD drives, Types of
CDROM, DVD ROM, working
principal, writing-rewriting
data on disk, compatibilities
issues, Blu-Ray disks and
drivers, optical driver
electronics.
Server hardware: types:
Tower, Rack mount and
Blade, Motherboards,
expansion slots, memory,
Server Processors. Concept
of RAID on server.
Printer technologies: impart,
non-impact, thermal, laser
inkjet, multifunction devices,
working principal, printer
interfaces, scanner
technology, interfaces,
scanner types, scanner
specifications: resolution,
color depth, interface, paper
size, document conversion
using scanner.
Power on self test, Peripheral
diagnostics, general purpose
diagnostics, Operating
system diagnostics.
Hardware boot process,
Windows boot process.
Hand tools, safety, test
equipments, special tools
-Do-
Reading of
house service
connections.
Reading of
house service
connections &
small power
circuits,
Mechanical
advantage,
relation
between
them.
-Do-
-do-
Digital
Electronics:
Binary
numbers.
Connections of
ammeter.
Binary
arithmetic,
Basic logic
gates.
Active preventive
maintenance procedures,
passive maintenance
procedures.
-do-
Diagnostics of problems in
hardware, operating system
installation, BIOS,
reinstall/replace,
troubleshooting by parts
replacing, bootstrap
approach, hardware problems
after booting, software
problems, adapter card
problems.
Connections of
voltmeter.
21
Concepts of
lifting
machine,
velocity
ratio.
-doBinary
arithmetic,
& other logic
gates.
14
Practice on assembling and
dissembling of laptop, up
gradation of memory,
15
Hard disk devices,
configuration of bios for
operating system support,
Carrying out laptop
maintenance.
16
Enabling support for SATA
technology. Installation of OS
using SATA technology drivers.
Laptop troubleshooting
17
Use of windows system tools
for pc maintenance, use of
free/open source tools for
system troubleshooting /
maintenance, Clearing CMOS
password, monitoring
motherboard and CPU
temperatures, recovery of ms
office doc passwords, handling
common keys in registry, use of
data recovery tools,
data recovery in flash drive,
windows system recovery
options, system repair using
console commands, extending
activation period of windows,
improving performance by
setting virtual memory, use of
system file checker for restoring
corrupt files, use of Dr. Watson
utility for logging and
troubleshooting,
Hands-on on creation of
various types of live CDs,
creating and managing
windows / linux partitions,
installation of windows on
SATA drive,
Downgrading windows vista to
windows XP, creating and
restoring images of partitions
and drives, use of linux based
system rescue CDs, creating
unattended installation of
operating system, recovery of
forgotten passwords in
windows.
18 &
19
20
21
Laptop basics, laptop
architecture, difference
between portables and
desktops, Motherboard,
Processor, BIOS, Memory,
Drives,
Power supplies and cooling,
Batteries and Ac adapters,
Video display, audio, Card
bus and PC card
components, Memory card
readers, Installation of device
drivers in a laptop,
Input system: Touchpad,
Trackball, Track point,
Docking station, Upgrade
memory, hard disk, replacing
battery, Configuring wireless
internet in a laptop,
Concept of magnetic storage,
de-fragmentation, restore
point, back and cleanup,
getting system information,
CMOS storage concept,
motherboard and CPU
temperature sensors, storage
of office suite passwords,
concept of system registry,
Connections of
KWh-meter
with ISI
symbols.
-do-
-Do-
Vector –
definition of
scalar.
Connections of
circuit.
Vector –
definition of
scalar and
vector,
notations.
-Do-
Representat
ion of
vectors.
Connections of
circuit &
Reading.
Digital
Electronics:
Combined
logic gates.
use of live installations / CDs
Drawing of
for recovery / troubleshooting, different
preparation of live CDs,
stages of R/R/.
slipstreaming of service
packs, drivers, creating boot
cds, windows partitions
SAGTA driver concepts and
operating system
compatibilities, concept of
software imaging,
-Dounderstanding windows
password storage techniques.
Digital
Electronics.
concept of data recovery,
flash drive storage concepts,
windows system repair
concepts, commands to
recover system from
command prompt, creating
password reset disk,
activation of windows, virtual
memory in windows, restoring
corrupt files
22
Other digital
circuits.
22
Installation and configuration of
antivirus software, staying upto-date, virus symptoms,
scanning for viruses and
removing them.
23
Installation of virtual machines
inside host systems,
configuration of networking with
resource sharing.
24
configuring hardware devices
and setting up networking
between virtual machines
25
26
What is virus, types: file, boot
sector, macro, stealth,
worms, web applet,
techniques of attach:
polymorphic, multipartite,
stealth, Trojan, time bomb
and logic bombs, Adware and
Spyware.
Storage and Optical drives,
USB3, SATA6, solid state
devices, cloud computing,
desktop and server
virtualization
cloud computing, desktop and
server virtualization
-Do-
Free hand
sketches of
trade objects.
-Do-
Project work / Industrial visit(optional)
Examination.
23
-do-
Addition and
subtraction
of vectors.
Scalar and
cross
product.
Simple
problems
TRADE: “Mechanic Computer Hardware”
(Duration : 6 Months)
FOURTH SEMESTER
(Semester Code No. MCH-04)
Week
no.
Trade Practical
1
Identification of network
topologies, network devices,
types of protocols used, types
and network media used. Use
of PoE devices.
2
Prepare cable terminations,
Assemble modular outlets,
Prepare straight and cross UTP
cable and test, practice on
splicing, termination using
OTDR, Patch panel
termination.
3
Installation of Network
Operating system and basic
network configuration.
4
Installation of network protocols
and test them one-by-one.
Assigning IP addresses and
testing the connections using
ping command.
Installation, configuration and
testing of these protocols.
Carry out a network need
analysis and identify model,
Decide on topology
5
6
7
Prepare network cabling plan,
Prepare layout diagram,
8
Setting up of network for file,
printer and internet sharing.
9
Hiding resources, access
control, setup of network
between Windows XP and
Windows 7
Trade Theory
Engg. Drg.
Network Architecture, peerto-peer and client/server,
Network types, Topologies,
Network protocols, OSI
Layers, Network Models,
Network Components, Power
over Ethernet Devices (PoE),
Network configuration.
Network medias, Media
specifications and standards,
Types of cables used, Cable
preparation and testing with
special stress on fibre optic
cables preparation and
testing,
Cable length limitations.
Differences between Desktop
Operating system and
Network Operating System
(NOS).
Essential features of NOS.
Block diagram
of different
network and
network
devices.
Schematic
diagram of
network
models with
different
configuration
Examples of NOS.
Function of protocol and
protocol family, TCP/IP
protocol suit, FTP, Telnet and
SSH, concept of multi-homed
computers.
NetBEUI, UDP,FTP,TFTP,
HTTP, ICMP and SNMP
Design a simple network,
Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching
techniques, Building wiring
plan
Cabling plan
Choosing server
specifications, Choosing
topology, selection of
protocols.
Concept of workgroups, setup
a simple workgroup to share
folders,
Sharing printers and single
internet connection.
24
Workshop
Cal. &
Science
Calculation
of cost of
hardware
devices.
Finalization
of estimate.
Exercise on
blue print
reading/ circuit.
Reading of
house service
connections &
small power
circuits,
Introduction
to
trigonometry
Trigonometr
ic ratio.
Introduction to
types of
network
topology
Different
topology
design
concept.
Problems
on Height
and
distance
Trigonometr
ic identities.
Measureme
nt of angles.
10-12
Install and configure Windows
Server
Configure services like Active
Directory, DNS and DHCP.
Configuration of broadband
modem and sharing internet
connection.
Server concepts, Installation
steps, configuration of server.
Concept of Active Directory
and DNS.
Setting up of DHCP, Routing
and remote access.
Diagram
practice on
Bus,
Ring
Mesh
Tree topology
etc
13
Configure a DHCP server and
verify IP assignment: release
and renewal operations,
User Accounts
Working with domain,
14
Share folders and printer on
network and set access
restrictions,
Use of network management
software.
Identification and installation of
wireless devices like LAN
cards, Access points and
Routers, setup a simple ad-hoc
network.
Setup of infrastructure based
network, share folders, printer
and internet connection,
managing domain resources
Practice on
network
topology
diagram
Practice on
token ring
network
Introduction
to statistics.
Measureme
nt of central
tendency.
Introduction
to
histograms
and pie
charts.
Introduction
to
probability.
Addition
and
multiplicatio
n rules.
Introduction to
wireless
network
Problems
on
probability.
18
Setting up basic security using
public keys and MAC address
filters. Integrate wired with
wireless network.
Collaborating using wired and
wireless networks, Network
security, Network
performance study and
enhancement.
19
Installation, multiboot setup,
configure networking, share
resources and access
Windows vs. Open Source
Overview of Linux OS,
Shell commands,
20
Integrating windows and Linux
environments with Samba
Server.
Installation and configuration,
Configuring network on Linux
boxes.
21
Setup a simple WAN,
Setup routing,
Visit to established WAN
setup/establishment.
Introduction to WAN
WAN environment and
features, Network component
used,
Transmission technologies,
Voice over data services.
15
16
17
Access restrictions of network
shares.
Wireless networking
standards, Equipments used
in wireless networking,
Setting up Ad-hoc networks.
Setup of infrastructure based
wireless networks, Sharing
files, printers and internet
connection on network
25
Practice on
proxy server
and with
networking
system
Practice on
home
networking
system and
office
automation
networking
system
Introduction to
wireless router
system and
networking
diagram of
wireless set up
Introduction
to
probability
distribution
and normal
distribution
Introduction
to
estimation
for a set up
of
networking
system with
multi
computer
set up with
networking
server with
different
protocol
system
22
23-24
Configuring and use of Network
management and Unified
Threat Management devices /
software.
Setting up of basic
collaboration tool like
NetMeeting for activities like
chat, application sharing,
remote desktop access and
control, VoIP. Setup IP camera
for basic surveillance scenario,
logging and monitoring of
devices / locations.
Network infrastructure
management concepts,
security loopholes, patches
and their use.
Surveillance using network
devices, collaboration on
network for team optimization
and support activities.
Remote management of
servers / devices.
25
Revision
26
Examination
26
Practice on
hybrid network
topology
-do-
-do-
TRADE : Mechanic Computer Hardware
LIST OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
A. TRAINEES TOOL KIT FOR 20 TRAINEES +1 INSTRUCTOR
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Specification
Connecting screwdriver 100 mm
Neon tester 500 V.
Screw driver set (set of 5 )
Insulated combination pliers 150 mm
Insulated side cutting pliers 150 mm
Long nose pliers 150 mm
Soldering iron 25 W. 240 V.
Electrician knife
Tweezers 100mm
Digital Multimeter
Soldering Iron Change able bits 15 W
De- soldering pump
Quantity
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B. LIST OF TOOLS REQUIRED
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4 Nos.
1 No
1 No
2 Nos.
6 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
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3 Nos.
2 Nos.
6 Nos.
6 Nos.
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1 No.
2 nos.
Steel rule 300mm
Steel measuring tape-3 m
Tools makers vice 100mm (clamp)
Tools maker vice 50mm (clamp)
Crimping tool (pliers)
Soldering Iron 25W
Magneto spanner set
File flat 200mm bastard
File flat 200mm second cut
File flat 200mm smooth
Screw driver 150mm
100mm flat pliers
100mm round nose pliers
Hacksaw frame (tubular)
Steel rule 150mm
Scriber straight 150mm
Soldering Iron 240W
Hammer ball pin 0.5Kg
Allen key set (set of 9)
Tubular box spanner (set of 6nos)
Magnifying lenses 75mm
Drill bit 5/16" (7.9mm)
Continuity tester
Soldering iron 10W
Cold chisel 20mm
Scissors 200mm
Handsaw 450mm
Hand Drill Machine
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Tools and Equipment: (Computer Hardware: Installation and Maintenance)
Name of the Equipment
Qty
HARDWARE
Server Computer (Tower Model)
01 no
Server Computer (Rackmount Model)
01 no
Desktop Computer
10 nos
Laptop, Notebook
01 each
Intel Mobile Desktop based PC with LCD monitor
01 no
Printers: Laser
01 each
Network Printer
01 no
Mobile Wireless Printer
01 no
5KVA online UPS
02 nos
LAN Cards
12 nos
LCD/DLP Projector
01 no
Power Meter
02 nos
Crimping Tools
06 nos
Computer Toolkits
06 Nos.
Computer Spares:
As required
Motherboards (of different make)
4 nos
Cabinets
4 nos
Processors (of different make)
4 nos
Hard Disk (500 GB or better)
4 nos
Optical Drives
4 nos
LCD/LED Monitors
2 nos
Pen Drives
4 nos
External Hard disk
2 nos
External DVD Writer
2 nos
Keyboards
4 nos
Mouse
4 nos
Anti static pads
4 nos
Anti static wrist wraps
4 nos
SMPS
4 nos
Digital Multimeters
10 nos
Blu-Ray drive and player
2 nos
External Hard Disk
2 nos
Tablet PC
2 nos
Digital Camera
2 nos
HD Display
2 nos
Network storage
2 nos
Card Reader
2 nos
Game video card
2 nos
Web Cam
2 nos
Surround sound speakers
2 nos
HD Digital Camcorder
2 nos
Different types of memory cards
2 nos each
Laptop kits
12 nos
Laptop spares: Cabinet with display, memory, hard disk, battery pack,
keyboard membrane, chargers
As required
Microprocessor training kit 8085
2 nos
Microcontroller training kit
2 nos
SMPS Trainer kit
2 nos
UPS Trainer kit
2 nos
Power electronics Trainer kit
2 nos
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SOFTWARE
1
Windows Server Operating System
2
Windows Operating System
3
Linux Operating System
4
Network Management Software
5
MS Office
6
Anti virus software
7
Data recovery software
FURNITURE and Other Equipments
1
Computer Tables
2
Computer Chairs
3
Printer Table
4
Class room chairs
5
Air conditioners (optional)
6
Scanner
7
Modem
8
Telephone Line
9
Broadband Internet connection
10
Fire fighting equipments
11
Hardware and Network Trainer Kit
2 licenses
2 licenses
2 nos.
01 No.
2 nos
2 nos
2 nos
10 nos
20 nos
1 no
20 nos
2 nos
1 no
1 no
1 no
1 no
As required
6 nos
C.Tools & Equipments
(Computer Networking)
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Wireless Network Adapter
Wireless Access Point
Router
Managed Layer 2 Ethernet Switch 24 port
Managed Layer 3 Ethernet Switch 24 port
Network Training System
LAN Protocol Simulation and Analyser Software
Network and Internet security trainer
LAN cable tester
Network cables – UTP
Network Cables - Fibre
LAN Cards
Multimode Fibre (MMF) Cable
Single Mode Fibre (SMF) Cable
Cat 5E, Cat6, Cat 7 cable
Power Meter
Fibre Module – SX, LX Module
Media Convertor
24 port UTP jack panel
Fibre jack panel
SC Couplers
SC Pigtails
RJ-45 connector
Fluke Meter
Multi mode fibre (MMF) - SC-SC
MMF SC-LC
Qty
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10 nos
6 nos
6 nos
2 nos
2 nos
2 nos
2 nos
2 nos
2 nos
As required
As required
10 nos
As required
As required
As required
2 nos
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2 nos
2 nos
12 nos
12 nos
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2 nos
4 nos
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6 nos
2 nos
2 nos
1 no
1 no
2 no each
MMF ST-ST
MMF ST-LC
Single mode fibre (SMF) - ST-ST
SMF SC-SC
SMF SC-LC
SMF ST-LC
Crimping Tools
Switch with POE ports
POE adapters
Fibre Splicing Machine
UTM Device for network security
Network Camera (Outdoor / Indoor)
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