Electrician - Directorate General of Training

Electrician - Directorate General of Training
CURRICULUM
FOR THE TRADE OF
ELECTRICIAN (Dual Mode)
UNDER
INDUSTRY - INSTITUTE TRAINING SYSTEM
IN
CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS) PATTERN
BY
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF SKILL DEVELOPMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF TRAINING
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PROPOSED TIME DISTRIBUTION FOR ELECTRICIAN TRADE UNDER
INDUSTRY INSTITUTE - TRAINING SCHEME
BLOCK
WITH
DURATION
BLOCK – I
(12
months/52
Weeks
duration )
Institute
level trg.
BLOCK – II
(09 months
/39 weeks
duration)
Industry
level trg.
BLOCK – III
(3 months/
13 Weeks
duration)
Institute
level trg.
THEORY
510 hrs.
---
100 hrs.
PRAC.
830 hrs.
1560 HRS.
WSC/
CAL
ENGG. EMP.
DRG. SKILL
170
hrs.
250
hrs.
---
210 hrs.
(Practical
practice and
submission of
report related
to industry
training)
2600 HRS.
50
hrs.
110
hrs.
---
---
60 hrs.
---
ECA,
REM.
LIB. &
OTHERS
50 hrs.
160
hrs.
Revisi
on &
Test
---
Last 2
weeks
revisio
n&
exam
(80
hrs)
GRAND
610
220
310
110 70 HRS. 240
TOTAL
HRS.
HRS. HRS.
HRS.
HRS.
Total duration of training inclusive of Industry & Institute is 2 years (4160 HRS.)
2
20 hrs.
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GENERAL INFORMATION FOR ITI
1.
Name Of The Trade
:
ELECTRICIAN ( DUAL MODE)
2.
REF.N.C.O / NOS CODE NO.:
7137.10 & 7241.20
3.
Duration
:
02 Years In Dual Training Mode
4.
Power Norms
:
5.2 Kw for Two units in a Shift (For Institute)
5.
Space Norm
:
98 Sq Mts ( For institute)
6.
Entry Qualification
:
Passed 10th Class with science and Mathematics
under 10+2 system of Education or its Equivalent
7.
Trainee per unit
:
16 ( Max. supernumeraries seats : 5)
8.
Instructor`s/ Trainer`s Qualification :
Degree in Electrical/ Electrical and Electronics
Engineering from recognized Engineering
College/ University with one year experience in
the relevant field.
OR
Diploma in Electrical / Electrical& Electronics
Engineering from recognized board of technical
education with two years experience in the
relevant field.
OR
th
10 class examination and NTC/NAC in the trade
of “ELECTRICIAN” with 3 years post
qualification experience respectively in the
relevant field.
Note: At Least One Instructor Must Have Degree / Diploma In The Relevant Field.
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SYLLABUS CONTENT WITH TIME STRUCTURE FOR ELECTRICIAN TRADE
(DUAL MODE)
Block – I
Duration- 12 Months (52 weeks)
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Trade Theory
(Duration- 510 Hrs)
(Duration- 830 Hrs)
Implementation in the shop floor of the various
safety measures.
 Visit to the different sections of the
Institute
 Demonstration on elementary first aid.
Artificial Respiration.
 Practice on use of fire extinguishers.
Occupational Safety & Health
Importance of housekeeping & good shop floor
practices.
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Health, Safety and Environment guidelines,
legislations & regulations as applicable.
 Disposal procedure of waste materials
like cotton waste, metal chips/burrs etc.
Basic safety introduction,
Personal protective Equipment(PPE): Basic injury prevention, Basic first aid,
Hazard identification and avoidance,
safety signs for Danger, Warning,
caution & personal safety message.
 Preventive measures for electrical
accidents & steps to be taken in such
accidents.
 Use of Fire extinguishers.
 Demonstration of Trade hand tools.
 Identification of simple types- screws,
nuts & bolts, chassis, clamps, rivets etc.
 Use, care & maintenance of various
hand tools.
 Familiarization with signs and symbols
of Electrical accessories
 Practice in using cutting pliers, screw
drivers etc.
 skinning the cables, and joint practice
on single strand.
 Demonstration & Practice on bare
conductors joints--such as rat tail,
Britannia, straight, Tee, Western union.
Joints
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Occupational Safety & Health
Basic safety introduction,
Personal protection:Basic injury prevention, Basic first aid,
Hazard identification and avoidance, safety
signs for Danger, Warning, caution &
personal safety message.
Use of Fire extinguishers.
Visit & observation of sections.
Various safety measures involved in the
Industry. Elementary first Aid. Concept of
Standard
Soft Skills: its importance and Job area
after completion of training. Introduction
of First aid. Operation of electrical mains.
Introduction of PPEs. Introduction to 5S
concept & its application.
Response to emergencies eg; power failure,
fire, and system failure.
Identification
Specifications
of
Trade-Hand
tools-
Fundamental of electricity. Electron
theory- free electron, Fundamental terms,
definitions, units & effects of electric
current
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Practice in soldering & brazing.
Measurement of Resistance and
Measurement of specific Resistant.
 Application of Wheatstone bridge in
measurement of Resistance
Demonstration and identification of types of
cables.
 Demonstration & practice on using
standard wire gauge &micrometer.
 Practice on crimping thimbles, Lugs.
Solders, flux and soldering technique.
Resistors types of resistors & properties of
resistors.
Assembly of a Dry cellElectrodes-Electrolytes.
 Grouping of Dry cells for a specified
voltage and current, Ni cadmium &
Lithium cell.
 Practice
on
Battery
Charging.
Preparation of battery charging.
Chemical effect of electric currentPrinciple of electrolysis. Faraday’s Law of
electrolysis. Basic principles of Electroplating and Electro chemical equivalents.
Explanation of Anodes and cathodes.
Lead acid cell-description, methods of
charging-Precautions to be taken & testing
Introduction of National Electrical Code
2011
Explanation,
Definition
and
properties of conductors, insulators and
semi-conductors. Voltage grading of
different types of Insulators, Temp. Rise
permissible
Types of wires & cables standard wire
gauge
Specification of wires & Cables-insulation &
voltage grades
-Low , medium & high voltage
Precautions in using various types of cables
/ Ferrules
Ohm’s Law  Verification of Ohm’s Law,
Simple electrical circuits and problems.
 Verification of Kirchhoff’s Laws.
Reading of simple Electrical Layout.
 Verification of laws of series and Resistors -Law of Resistance.
Series and parallel circuits.
parallel circuits.
 Verification of open circuit and closed
Kirchoff’s Laws and applications.
circuit network.
Wheatstone bridge principle
And its applications.
Measuring unknown resistance using
Effect of variation of temperature on
Wheatstone bridge, voltage drop method.
resistance.
 Experiment to demonstrate the
Different methods of measuring the values
variation of resistance of A metal with
of resistance
the change in temperature.
 Fixing of switches, holder plugs etc. in Common Electrical Accessories, their
specifications in line with NEC 2011T.W. boards.
-Identification and use of wiring accessories Explanation of switches lamp holders,
plugs and sockets. Developments of
concept of switching.
domestic circuits, Alarm & switches, with
individual switches, Two way switch
.Security surveillance, Fire alarm, MCB,
ELCB, MCCB.
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Testing of cells, Installation of batteries,
Charging of batteries by different
methods.
Practice
on
Electroplating
and
anodising, Cathodic protection.
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Routine care & maintenance of Batteries
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Charging of a Lead acid cell, filling of
electrolytes.
 Testing of charging checking of
discharged and fully charged battery
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Marking use of chisels and hacksaw on flats,
sheet metal filing practice, filing true to line.
 Sawing and planning practice. Practice
in using firmer chisel and preparing
simple half lap joint.
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Drilling practice in hand drilling & power
drilling machines.
 Grinding of drill bits.
 Practice in using taps & dies, threading
hexagonal & square nuts etc. cutting
external threads on stud and on pipes,
riveting practice.
 Practice in using snips, marking &
cutting of straight & curved pieces in
sheet metals.
 Bending the edges of sheets metals.
Riveting practice in sheet metal.
 Practice in making different joints in
sheet metal in soldering the joints.
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equipment,
Ni-cadmium & Lithium cell, Cathodic
protection.
Electroplating, Anodising.
Different types of lead acid cells.
Rechargeable
dry
cell,
description
advantages and disadvantages.
Care and maintenance of cells
Grouping of cells of specified voltage &
current, Sealed Maintenance free Batteries,
Solar battery.
Inverter, Battery Charger, UPS-Principle of
working.
Lead Acid cell, general defects & remedies.
Nickel Alkali Cell-description charging.
Power & capacity of cells. Efficiency of cells.
ALLIED TRADES:
Introduction of fitting trade. Safety
precautions to be observed Description of
files, hammers, chisels hacksaw frames &
blades-their specification & grades. Care &
maintenance of steel rule try square and
files.
Marking tools description & use.
Description of carpenter’s common hand
tools such as saws planes, chisels mallet
claw hammer, marking, dividing & holding
tools-their care and maintenance.
Types of drills description & drilling
machines,
proper
use,
care
and
maintenance.
Description of taps & dies, types in rivets &
riveted joints.
Use of thread gauge.
Description of marking & cutting tools such
as snubs shears
punches & other tools
like hammers, mallets etc. used by sheet
metal workers. Types of soldering ironstheir proper uses.
Use of different bench tools used by sheet
metal worker. Soldering materials, fluxes
and process.
Trace the magnetic field.
Magnetism  Assembly / winding of a simple electro Classification of magnets, methods of
magnetising,
magnetic
materials.
magnet.
Properties, care and maintenance.
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Use of magnetic compass.
Identification of different types of
Capacitors.
Charging and discharging of capacitor.
Testing of Capacitors using DC voltage
and lamp.
Determine the characteristics of RL, RC and
RLC in A.C.
 Circuits both in series and parallel.
 Experiment on poly phase circuits.
Current, voltage, power and power
factor measurement in single & polyphase circuits.
 Measurement of energy in single and
poly-phase circuits. - Use of phase
sequence meter.
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17
Different wave shapes of rectifiers and their
values using C.R.O.
 Identification of terminals.
 construction & Testing of transistor.
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Assembly and testing of a single stage
Amplifier and checking using an
oscilloscope.
Measure Voltage, current & wave shape of
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Para and Diamagnetism and Ferro
magnetic materials. Principle of electromagnetism, Maxwell’s corkscrew rule,
Fleming’s left and right hand rules,
Magnetic field of current carrying
conductors, loop and solenoid. MMF, Flux
density, reluctance. B.H. curve, Hysteresis,
Eddy current. Principle of electro-magnetic
Induction, Faraday’s Law, Lenz’s Law.
Electrostatics: Capacitor- Different types,
functions and uses.
Alternating Current -Comparison and
Advantages D.C and A.C. Related terms
frequency
Instantaneous value, R.M.S. value Average
value, Peak factor, form factor.
Generation of sine wave, phase and phase
difference.
Inductive and Capacitive reactance
Impedance (Z), power factor (p.f).
Active and Reactive power, Simple
problems on A.C. circuits, single
Phase and three-phase system etc.
Problems on A.C. circuits.
Power consumption in series and parallel,
P.F. etc. Concept three-phase Star and Delta
connection.
Line and phase voltage, current and power
in a 3 phase circuits with balanced and
unbalanced load.
Earthing- Principle of different methods of
earthing. i.e. Pipe, Plate, etc
Importance of Earthing.
Improving of earth resistance
Earth Leakage circuit breaker (ELCB).
In absence of latest revision in respective
BIS provision for Earthing it is
recommended to follow IEC guidelines.
Working principle and uses of an
oscilloscope.
Explanation of principle of working of a
transistor & configuration.
Types of transistors & its application.
Specification and rating of transistors.
Explanation of transistor Amplifiers,
Amplifiers. – class A,B and C
Power amplifier
Explanation of oscillator-working
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oscillator using CRO.
 Simple circuits containing U.J.T. for
triggering, FET as an amplifier and
Power control circuits by S.C.R. and
Diac, triac, I.G.B.T.
 Logic gates and circuits.
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principle
Explanation of stages and types.
Multivibrator – applications.
Introduction of basic concept of ICs, U.J.T.,
F.E.T.
Basic concept of power electronics devices
e.g. S.C.R., Diac, Triac, power MOSFET,
G.T.O and I.G.B.T.
Digital Electronics -Binary numbers, logic
gates and combinational circuits,
Electric wirings, I.E. rules.
Types of wirings both domestic and
industrial.
Specifications for wiring.
Grading of cables and current ratings.
Principle of laying out in domestic wiring.
Voltage drop concept.
Wiring system - P.V.C., concealed system.
Maintenance and Repairing data sheet
preparation. Specifications, standards for
conduits and accessories
- Power Wiring
- Control Wiring
- Information Communication
- Entertainment Wiring.
Testing of wiring installation by meggar.
Application of fuses, relay, MCB, ELCB.
Study of Fuses, Relays, Miniature circuit
breakers (MCB), ELCB, etc.
D.C. Machines - General concept of
 Identification of the parts of a D.C.
Electrical Machines.
machine.
Principle of D.C. generator. Use of
Connection of shunt
Armature, Field Coil, Polarity, Yoke, Cooling
Generators.
 Voltages build up in DC Shunt Generator Fan, Commutator, slip ring Brushes,
Laminated core.
(OCC) Measurement of voltages.
Explanation of D.C. Generators-types,
 Demonstration on field excitation.
parts. E.M.F. equation-self excitation and
separately excited Generators-Practical
uses. Brief description of series, shunt and
compound generators.
Explanation of Armature reaction, inter
 Connection of compound Generator.
poles and their uses, connection of inter
Voltage measurement, cumulative and
poles,
differential –No Load and Load
Commutation. Losses & Efficiency of
D.C.Generator, Parallel Operation of
 Characteristics of Series, Shunt and
D.C.Generator.
Compound Generator.
Controlling and protecting
DC Application of D.C. generators.
Care, Routine & preventive maintenance.
Generator.
 Practicing dismantling and assembling
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in D.C. Machine.
Identification of parts and terminals of DC
motors.
 Connection, starting, running of DC
motors using Starters.
 Characteristics curve of DC motors.
 Practical application of
D.C. motors.
DC Motors - Termsused in D.C. motorTorque, Brake Torque, speed, Back-e.m.f.
etc. and their relations, Types of D.C.Motor.
Starters used in D.C. motors
Related problems
Characteristics of D.C.Motor, Losses &
Efficiency, Application of D.C. motors.
Care, Routine & preventive maintenance.
Speed control of
DC motors by voltage , field, armature &
 Word-Leonard system.
 Identification of types of
transformers.
 Connection of transformers,
Transformation ratio, OC (No-load) and
SC (short circuit) tests, efficiencies of
transformers, testing of transformer,
parallel operation of transformer.
 Use of Current Transformer (C.T.) and
Potential (Voltage) transformer (P.T.)
Identify the type of Instruments.
 Use of -PMMC , MI meter, Multimeter(Digital/Analog) , Wattmeter, P F
meter, Energy meter, Frequency meter,
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Types of speed control of DC motors in
industry.
Control system. AC-DC, DC-DC control.
Working principle of Transformer.
classification C.T., P.T. Instrument and
Auto Transformer(Variac), Construction,
Single phase and Poly phase.
E.M.F. equation, parallel operation of
transformer, their connections.
Regulation and efficiency.
Type of Cooling for transformer.
Protective devices.
Specifications, simple problems on e.m.f.
Equation, turn ratio, regulations and
efficiency. Special transformers.
Transformer –Classification of transformer.
Components, Auxiliary parts i.e. breather,
Conservator, buchholze relay, other
protective devices. Transformer oil testing
and Tap changer (off load and on load). Dry
type transformer.
Bushings and termination.
Electrical Measuring Instruments -types, indicating types. Deflecting torque,
Controlling torque and
Damping torque ,
PMMC & MI meter (Ammeter, Voltmeter)
-Range extension
-Multimeter(Digital/Analog)
-Wattmeter
- P.F. meter
- Energy meter (Digital/analog)
–Insulation Tester (Megger), Earth tester.
-Frequency meter
-Phase Sequence meter
-Multimeter –Analog and Digital
-Tong tester
-Techometer.
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Identification of parts and terminals of AC
motors.
 Practice on connection
of D.O.L Starter.
 Star /Delta starter.
 Autotransformer starter.
 Rotor resistance starter, etc
Three phase Induction motor –
Working principle –Production of rotating
magnetic field, Squirrel Cage Induction
motor, Slip-ring induction motor.
Construction , characteristics and
Speed control, Slip & Torque .
Control & Power circuit of starters
D.O.L Starter, Star /Delta starter,
Autotransformer starter, Rotor resistance
starter, etc
Single phasing preventer.
Losses & efficiency.
Application of Induction Motor
Care, Routine & preventive maintenance.
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Connection of single phase motor.
 Identification, testing, running and
reversing.
Single phase induction motorWorking principle, different method of
starting and running (capacitor start,
permanent capacitor, capacitor start & run,
shaded pole technique).
FHP motors, Repulsion motor, stepper
motor, Hysteresis motor, Reluctance
motor.
Application of Single phase induction
motor
Universal motor-advantages, Principle,
characteristics, applications in domestic
and industrial appliances,
Fault Location and Rectification.
Braking system of motor.
Application of Universal motor.
Alternator
Explanation of alternator, types of prime
mover, efficiency, regulations, phase
sequence, Parallel operation.
Specification of alternators and Brushless
alternator.
Verify the effect of changing the field
excitation and Power factor correction of
Industrial load.
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Identification, connection, testing,
running and reversing of universal
motor.
Repulsion motor, stepper motor.
Identification of parts and terminals of
Alternator.
 Connection, starting, running of
Alternator.
 Practical application of
Alternator.
 Practice on alternators, voltage
Building, load characteristic, voltage
regulation.
 Parallel operation.
 Practice on installation, running and
maintenance of Alternators.
Identification of parts and terminals of
Synchronous motor.
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SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR Working principle, effect of change of
excitation and load.
V and anti V curve.
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Starting, running, building up voltage and
loading of Motor Generator (MG) set.
 Maintenance of MG Sets.
 Solid state controller and
Invertors- Operation and Use
Practice on winding of small
Transformers.
Testing of burnt DC machine for rewinding –
collection of data – developed diagram and
connection – winding procedure
Making frame(forma), coil
insulation, Slot insulation, Insertion of coils in
slots, coil connection,
 Practice on armature winding.
 Growler testing, Baking, Impregnation
and
Varnishing & assembling.
Testing of burnt motor for rewinding –
collection of data – developed diagram and
connection – winding procedure
Making frame(forma), coil
insulation, Slot insulation, Insertion of coils in
slots, coil connection, Practice on single &
double layer, concentric Winding,
 Winding of table & ceiling fans.
 Single phase and three phase motors –
testing of wound motor.
 Baking, impregnating and varnishing &
assembling.
 Installation of Mercury & Sodium vapours (H.P. &
L.P.)
 Halogen Lamps
Single FL tube and twin FL tube.
 Practice on decoration lighting
Principle of layout of lighting
installation.
 Practice on photo cells.
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Cause of low power factor.
Method of power factor improvement.
Rotary Converter- Inverter, M.G. Set
description, Characteristics, specificationsrunning and Maintenance.
Solid state controller and Invertors.
TRANSFORMER Winding , Small
Transformer winding techniques
DC machine Winding-- Armature winding
terms, pole pitch, coil pitch, back pitch,
front pitch , Lap and Wave winding ,
Progressive and retrogressive
Winding, developed diagram.
Growler construction, working &
application.
AC machine Winding—Motor winding
terminology – classification of conducting
and insulating materials used in winding –
Types and methods of winding in single
and three phase motors.
Stator winding terms, coil side, end coil and
grouping of coils. Connection to adjacent
poles, connected stator winding, alternate
pole connection, developed diagram.
Illumination, Laws of Illuminations,
terminology used , Illumination factors,
intensity of light –importance of light,
human eye factor, , units.
Types of illumination
Type of lamps
-Neon sign Halogen, Mercury vapour,
sodium vapour, Fluorescent tube, CFL, LED,
Solar lamp & photo cell applications,
Decoration lighting, Drum Switches,
efficiency in lumens per watt, Calculations
of lumens.
Estimating placement of lights, fans and
ratings.
Industrial wiring. Code of practice and
relevant span. Wiring of electric motors,
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Practice of wiring Maintenance of
institute, hostel, hotel, residential
building.
 Layout and repairing of
workshop electrical installation.
 Fault finding practice
Machine control cabinet /Control Panel
Layout, Assembly & Wiring:
Practice Layout drawing of control cabinet ,
panel, power & control circuits
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Repair & Test of Calling Bell, Buzzer, Alarms,
Electric Iron, Heater, Light.
Maintenance and repair of domestic
equipment – Electric Kettle, Heater /
Immersion Heater, Hot Plate, Oven, Geyser,
Cooking range, Mixer, Washing machine, ,
Motor Pump set, etc.
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Practice on Thermal power plant simulator
(free version) or Plant visit.
 To prepare layout plan, single line
diagram of the Thermal power system
of generation.
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control panel, etc.
Types, specifications, advantages of
different types of circuit brackets
construction and maintenance.
Working principle and construction of
domestic and agricultural appliances-their
maintenance.
Complete House-wiring layout.
Splitting load wire in accordance with NEC
I.E.E. Rules.
Multi-storeyed system.
Fault finding and trouble shooting.
Machine control cabinet /Control Panel
Layout, Assembly & Wiring:
Layout of Control cabinet & control panel
Study & Understand Layout drawing of
control cabinet , panel, power & control
circuits.
Control Elements: Isolator, pushbutton
switches, Indicating lamps, MCB, Fuse,
Contactor, Relays, Overload Relay, Timers,
Rectifier, Limit switches, control
transformers.
Wiring Accessories: Race ways/ cable
channel, DIN Rail, Terminal Connectors,
Thimbles, Lugs, Ferrules, cable binding
strap & buttons, nylon cable ties, sleeves,
Gromats & clips
Domestic Appliances: Working principles
and circuits of common domestic
equipment and appliances. – Calling Bell,
Buzzer, Alarms, Electric Iron, Heater,
Light.
Electric Kettle, Heater / Immersion
Heater, Hot Plate, Oven, Geyser, Cooking
range, Mixer, Washing machine, , Motor
Pump set, etc.
Concept of Neutral and Earth.
POWER GENERATION :
Generation sources of energy, Comparison
of energy resources. Types of fuels.
Advantages of liquid fuel & solid fuel.
Various ways of electrical power
generation. • Thermal • Hydro electric •
Nuclear • Non-Conventional
Thermal
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Practice on Hydro power plant simulator (free
version) or Plant visit.
 To prepare layout plan, single line
diagram of the Hydro electric power
system of generation.
Practice on Nuclear power plant simulator
(free version) or Plant visit.
 To prepare layout plan, single line
diagram of the Nuclear power system of
generation.
Practice on Non-conventional power plant
simulator (free version) or Plant visit.
 To prepare layout plan, single line
diagram of the non-conventional power
system of generation.
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To visit & prepare layout plan, single line
diagram of Transmission /distribution
Substation.
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Coal based, diesel based & Gas based
Turbine. Constituents in steam power
station.
Hydro Electric:
Schematic arrangement of Hydro-Electric
Power Station. Constituents of Hydro
Electric Plant. Types of Hydro Electric
Power station. Advantages &disadvantages.
Nuclear:
Schematic arrangement of Nuclear Power
Station. Composition of an atomic Nucleus.
Advantages & disadvantages. Comparison
of above Power Plant.
Non-Conventional
An introduction to Power generation
through non-conventional power
generation such as Solar, Bio-Gas, Wind
energy and Micro-hydel, Tidal waves, etc.
Basic principal, Advantages &
disadvantages of each.
TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRICAL POWER
Electrical Supply System :
Comparison of AC and DC transmission.
Advantages of High transmission voltage.
Introduction to Single phase , three phase-3
wire system in transmission lines
Overhead Lines:
Main components of overhead lines-Types
of power line Low voltage line medium
Voltage line & high voltage line Voltage
standard Conductor materials, line
supports, Insulators, types of Insulators
Under Ground Cable :
Construction of cables. Material for cables,
its insulation. Classification of cables,
cables for 3-phase service, Laying of
underground cable. Types of cable faults
and their location.
DISTRIBUTION OF POWER
Function and equipment used in
substation.
Classification of distribution system-AC
distribution, Overhead v/s underground
distribution system.
Essential features of switchgears. Isolator,
Switch gear equipments, bus-bar
arrangement, Short circuit, faults in power
system.
Sl.
No.
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
(Duration- 510 Hrs)
(Duration- 830 Hrs)
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Speed control of DC motor :
 Connection, parameterization and
Speed control by Thyristor/ DC Drive.
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Speed control of AC motor :
-Uses of SCR and other modern semiconductor
devices in controlling speed of motors and in
changing the direction of rotation of motors.
Connection, parameterization and speed
control by AC Drive.
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50
Circuit breakers – Introduction &
Classification of circuit breakers
lightening arrestors used in HT lines.
Introduction, Construction & Working of
power transistor, thyristor.
Introduction, Construction, Working,
Parameters & application of DC drive.
Speed control of 3 phase induction motor
by using VVVF/AC Drive.
Introduction, Construction, Working,
Parameters & application of AC drive
Schedule of electrical preventive
maintenance.
Break down, Routine & Preventive
maintenance of DC/AC machines, Voltage
stabilizer, U.P.S. &Equipments.
REVISION & EXAMINATION
NOTE: - Video demonstration and other IT based teaching aids may be adopted to deliver
the theoretical knowledge.
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Syllabus for
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
15
GENERAL INFORMATION
(Employability Skill)
1. Name of the subject: EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
2. Hours of Instruction: 110 HRS.
3. Examination: THE
EXAMINATION WILL BE HELD AT THE END OF THE TRAINING.
4. Instructor Qualification:
MBA OR BBA with two years experience OR Graduate in Sociology/ Social Welfare/
Economics with Two years experience OR Graduate/ Diploma with Two years experience
and trained in Employability Skills from DGET institutes
AND
Must have studied English/ Communication Skills and Basic Computer at 12th / Diploma
level and above
OR
EXISTING SOCIAL STUDIES INSTRUCTORS DULY TRAINED IN EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FROM
DGET INSTITUTES
5. Instructor:
One full time regular instructor shall be engaged on every 240 numbers of trainees for
teaching the subject “Employability Skills”. One additional full time regular instructor
would be required on increase in every 240 or part thereof, a part-time instructor may be
engaged to teach the subject.
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ALLOTMENT OF TIME AND MARKS AMONG THE TOPICS
Sl.
Topics
Allotted Hours
No.
Marks
To be
Allotted
covered in
1. English Literacy
20 hrs.
9
2. I.T. Literacy
20 hrs.
9
3. Communication Skills
15 hrs.
7
4. Entrepreneurship Skills
15 hrs.
6
5. Productivity
10 hrs.
5
6. Occupational safety , health
15 hrs.
6
7. Labour Welfare Legislation
05 hrs.
3
8. Quality Tools
10 hrs.
5
Block – I
and Environment Education
TOTAL
110 hrs.
17
50
Detail of Syllabus of Employability Skill
1. English Literacy
Hours of Instruction: 20 Hrs.
Marks Allotted: 09
Pronunciation
Accentuation (mode of pronunciation) on simple words, Diction (use of
word and speech)
Functional Grammar
Transformation of sentences, Voice change, Change of tense, Spellings.
Reading
Reading and understanding simple sentences about self, work and
environment
Writing
Construction of simple sentences Writing simple English
Speaking / Spoken English
Speaking with preparation on self, on family, on friends/ classmates, on
know, picture reading gain confidence through role-playing and
discussions on current happening job description, asking about
someone's job habitual actions. Cardinal (fundamental) numbers ordinal
numbers. Taking messages, passing messages on and filling in message
forms Greeting and introductions office hospitality, Resumes or
curriculum vita essential parts, letters of application reference to
previous communication.
2. I.T. Literacy
Hours of Instruction: 20 Hrs.
Marks Allotted: 09
Basics of Computer
Introduction, Computer and its applications, Hardware and peripherals,
Switching on-Starting and shutting down of computer.
Computer Operating System Basics of Operating System, WINDOWS, The user interface of Windows
OS, Create, Copy, Move and delete Files and Folders, Use of External
memory like pen drive, CD, DVD etc, Use of Common applications.
Word processing and
Basic operating of Word Processing, Creating, opening and closing
Worksheet
Documents, use of shortcuts, Creating and Editing of Text, Formatting the
Text, Insertion & creation of Tables. Printing document.
Basics of Excel worksheet, understanding basic commands, creating
simple worksheets, understanding sample worksheets, use of simple
formulas and functions, Printing of simple excel sheets
Computer Networking and Basic of computer Networks (using real life examples), Definitions of
INTERNET
Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), Internet, Concept
of Internet (Network of Networks),
Meaning of World Wide Web (WWW), Web Browser, Web Site, Web
page and Search Engines. Accessing the Internet using Web Browser,
Downloading and Printing Web Pages, Opening an email account and use
of email. Social media sites and its implication.
Information Security and antivirus tools, Do's and Don'ts in Information
Security, Awareness of IT - ACT, types of cyber crimes.
3. Communication Skills
Hour of Instruction: 15 Hrs.
TOPIC
Introduction to
Communication Skills
Marks Allotted: 07
CONTENTS
Communication and its importance
Principles of Effective communication
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Types of communication - verbal, non verbal, written, email,
talking on phone.
Non verbal communication -characteristics, components-Paralanguage
Body - language
Barriers to communication and dealing with barriers.
Handling nervousness/ discomfort.
Listening Skills
Listening-hearing and listening, effective listening, barriers to
effective listening guidelines for effective listening.
Triple- A Listening - Attitude, Attention & Adjustment.
Active Listening Skills.
Motivational Training
Characteristics Essential to Achieving Success
The Power of Positive Attitude
Self awareness
Importance of Commitment
Ethics and Values
Ways to Motivate Oneself
Personal Goal setting and Employability Planning.
Facing Interviews
Manners, Etiquettes, Dress code for an interview
Behavioral Skills
Do's & Don'ts for an interview
Problem Solving
Confidence Building
Attitude
4. Entrepreneurship Skills
Hour of Instruction: 15 Hrs.
Concept of Entrepreneurship
Project Preparation & Marketing
analysis
Marks Allotted: 06
Entrepreneur - Entrepreneurship - Enterprises:-Conceptual issue
Entrepreneurship vs. Management, Entrepreneurial motivation.
Performance & Record, Role & Function of
Entrepreneurs in relation to the enterprise & relation to the
economy, Source of business ideas, Entrepreneurial opportunities,
The process of setting up a business.
Qualities of a good Entrepreneur, SWOT and Risk Analysis. Concept
& application of PLC, Sales & distribution Management. Different
Between Small Scale & Large Scale Business, Market Survey,
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Institutions Support
Investment Procurement
Method of marketing, Publicity and advertisement, Marketing Mix.
Preparation of Project. Role of Various Schemes and Institutes for
self-employment i.e. DIC, SIDA, SISI, NSIC, SIDO, Idea for financing/
non financing support agencies to familiarizes with the Policies
/Programmes & procedure & the available scheme.
Project formation, Feasibility, Legal formalities i.e., Shop Act,
Estimation & Costing, Investment procedure - Loan procurement Banking Processes.
5. Productivity
Hour of Instruction: 10 Hrs.
Benefits
Marks Allotted: 05
Personal / Workman - Incentive, Production linked Bonus,
Improvement in living standard.
Industry
Nation.
Affecting Factors
Skills, Working Aids, Automation, Environment, Motivation How improves
or slows down.
Comparison with developed Comparative productivity in developed countries (viz. Germany, Japan
countries
and Australia) in selected industries e.g. Manufacturing, Steel, Mining,
Construction etc. Living standards of those countries, wages.
Personal Finance
Banking processes, Handling ATM, KYC registration, safe cash handling,
Management
Personal risk and Insurance.
6. Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Education
Hour of Instruction: 15 Hrs.
Marks Allotted: 06
Safety & Health
Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health importance of safety
and health at workplace.
Occupational Hazards
Basic Hazards, Chemical Hazards, Vibroacoustic Hazards, Mechanical
Hazards, Electrical Hazards, Thermal Hazards. Occupational health,
Occupational hygienic, Occupational Diseases/ Disorders & its
prevention.
Accident & safety
Basic principles for protective equipment.
Accident Prevention techniques - control of accidents and
Safety measures.
First Aid
Care of injured & Sick at the workplaces, First-Aid & Transportation of
sick person
Basic Provisions
Idea of basic provision legislation of India.
Of safety, health, welfare under legislative of India.
Ecosystem
Pollution
Energy Conservation
Global warming
Ground Water
Environment
Introduction to Environment. Relationship between Society and
Environment, Ecosystem and Factors causing imbalance.
Pollution and pollutants including liquid, gaseous, solid and hazardous
waste.
Conservation of Energy, re-use and recycle.
Global warming, climate change and Ozone layer depletion.
Hydrological cycle, ground and surface water, Conservation and
Harvesting of water
Right attitude towards environment, Maintenance of in -house
environment
7. Labour Welfare Legislation
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Hour of Instruction: 05 Hrs.
Welfare Acts
8. Quality Tools
Hour of Instruction: 10 Hrs.
QUALITY CONSCIOUSNESS
QUALITY CIRCLES
Quality Management
System
House Keeping
Quality Tools
Marks Allotted: 03
Benefits guaranteed under various acts- Factories Act, Apprenticeship
Act, Employees State Insurance Act (ESI), Payment Wages Act,
Employees Provident Fund Act, The Workmen's compensation Act.
Marks Allotted: 05
Meaning of quality, Quality characteristic.
Definition, Advantage of small group activity, objectives of quality
Circle, Roles and function of Quality Circles in Organization, Operation
of Quality circle. Approaches to starting Quality Circles, Steps for
continuation Quality Circles.
Idea of ISO 9000 and BIS systems and its importance in maintaining
qualities.
Purpose of House keeping, Practice of good Housekeeping.
Basic quality tools with a few examples
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Tools & Equipments for Employability Skills:
Sl.
Name of the Equipment
No.
1
Computer (PC) with latest configurations and Internet
2
3
4
5
6
7
connection with standard operating system and standard
word processor and worksheet software
UPS - 500VA
Scanner cum Printer
Computer Tables
Computer Chairs
LCD Projector
White Board 1200mm x 900mm
Quantity
10 nos.
10 nos.
1 no.
10 nos.
20 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
* Note: Above Tools & Equipments not required, if Computer LAB is available in the institute.
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Syllabus for
ENGINEERING DRAWING
23
GENERAL INFORMATION
Engineering Drawing- Electrician (Dual Mode)
1. NAME OF THE SUBJECT : ENGINEERING DRAWING
2. HOURS OF INSTRUCTION: 310 HRS.
3. INSTRUCTOR QUALIFICATION:
Degree in Engineering with one year experience
OR
Diploma in Engineering with two years experience
OR
NCVT / NAC in the Draughtsman (Mechanical / Civil)
with three years experience.
4. DESIRABLE: Craft Instructor Certificate in RoD & A course under NCVT.
5. INSTRUCTOR:
• One full time instructor is required for 144Engineering seats
sanctioned in the institute. Additional instructor will be required on
increase in every 144 students.
• For seats less than 144, the instructor may be out sourced/ hired on
contract basis.
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Details of syllabus
S L.
NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
TOPICS
(TOTAL DURATION – 310 HRS.)
Engineering Drawing: Introduction and its importance
Relationship to other technical drawing types
Conventions
Viewing of engineering drawing sheets.
Method of Folding of printed Drawing Sheet as per BIS SP:46-2003
Drawing Instruments : their Standard and uses
- Drawing board, T-Square, Drafter (Drafting M/c), Set Squares,
Protractor, Drawing Instrument Box (Compass, Dividers, Scale, Diagonal
Scales etc.), Pencils of different Grades, Drawing pins / Clips.
Lines :
- Definition, types and applications in Drawing as per BIS SP:46-2003
- Classification of lines (Hidden, centre, construction, Extension,
Dimension, Section)
- Drawing lines of given length (Straight, curved)
- Drawing of parallel lines, perpendicular line
- Methods of Division of line segment
Drawing of Geometrical Figures: Definition, nomenclature and practice of - Angle:
Measurement and its types, method of bisecting.
- Triangle -different types
Rectangle, Square, Rhombus, Parallelogram.
Circle and its elements.
Lettering and Numbering as per BIS SP46-2003: - Single Stroke, Double Stroke,
inclined, Upper case and Lower case.
Dimensioning:
Definition, types and methods of dimensioning (functional, nonfunctional and
auxiliary)
Types of arrowhead
Leader Line with text
Free hand drawing of
- Lines, polygons, ellipse, etc.
- geometrical figures and blocks with dimension
- Transferring measurement from the given object to the free hand sketches.
Sizes and Layout of Drawing Sheets
Basic principle of Sheet Size
Designation of sizes
Selection of sizes
Title Block, its position and content
Borders and Frames (Orientation marks and graduations)
Grid Reference
Item Reference on Drawing Sheet (Item List)
Method of presentation of Engineering Drawing
- Pictorial View
- Orthogonal View
- Isometric view
Symbolic Representation (as per BIS SP:46-2003) of :
Fastener (Rivets, Bolts and Nuts) - Bars and profile sections
- Weld, brazed and soldered joints.
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11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
- Electrical and electronics element
- Piping joints and fittings
Construction of Scales and diagonal scale
Practice of Lettering and Title Block
Dimensioning practice:
Position of dimensioning (unidirectional, aligned, oblique as per BIS SP:46-2003)
Symbols preceding the value of dimension and dimensional tolerance.
Text of dimension of repeated features, equidistance elements, circumferential
objects.
Construction of Geometrical Drawing Figures:
Different Polygons and their values of included angles. Inscribed and
Circumscribed polygons.
Conic Sections (Ellipse & Parabola)
Drawing of Solid figures (Cube, Cuboids, Cone, Prism, Pyramid, Frustum of Cone and
Pyramid.) with dimensions.
Free Hand sketch of hand tools and measuring tools used in respective trades.
Projections:
- Concept of axes plane and quadrant.
- Orthographic projections
- Method of first angle and third angle projections (definition and difference)
- Symbol of 1st angle and 3rd angle projection as per IS specification.
Drawing of Orthographic projection from isometric/3D view of blocks
Orthographic Drawing of simple fastener (Rivet, Bolts, Nuts & Screw)
Drawing details of two simple mating blocks and assembled view.
Sign & Symbol Trade related Alternating Current
Drawing of simple electrical circuit using electrical symbols. Drawing of sine square & triangular
waves. Diagram of battery charging circuit.
Practice in reading typical example of circuit containing R, L & C. Reading of electrical drawing.
22.
Electronic components
Symbols for electronic components. Diode, Transistor, Zener diode, S.C.R., UJT,
FET, I.C. Diac, Triac, Mosfet I.G.B.T etc.
Drawing of half wave, Full wave and Bridge rectifier circuit.
Drawing circuit for a single stage Amplifiers and Multi stage Amplifies and types of signals.
Drawing of circuit containing UJT, FET & Simple power control circuits. Free hand drawing of
Logic gates and circuits.
23.
Electric wirings & Earthing
Detailed diagram of calling bell, & Buzzers etc
Free hand sketching of Staircase wiring. Drawing the schematic diagram of plate and pipe
earthing. Diagram for electroplating from A.C and D.C source.
24.
DC machines
Graphic symbols for Rotating machines.
Sketching of brush and brush gear of D.C. machines.
Sketching of D.C. 3-point and 4-point starter .
Layout arrangement of D.C. Generators & motors, control panel.
Exercises on connection to motors through Ammeter, voltmeter & K.W. meters of
electrical wiring diagram.
Drawing the schematic diagram of D.C. motor speed control by Thyristor / DC Drive.
25.
Transformer
Graphic symbols for Transformers.
Free hand sketching of transformer and auxiliary parts and sectional views. Sketching a breather.
Drawing the diagram of typical marking plate of a distribution transformer.
26.
Illumination
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Free hand sketching of Mercury vapour lamp, sodium vapour lamp, Fluorescent tube (Single &
Twine), MHL lamp and their connection.
27.
Three phase Induction motor
Free hand sketching of Slip-ring and Squirrel cage Induction motor. Typical wiring diagram for
drum controller operation of A.C. wound rotor motor.
Drawing the schematic diagram of Autotransformer starter, DOL starter and Star Delta Starter.
Drawing the schematic diagram of A.C. motor speed control by SCR /AC Drive.
28.
Alternator
Tracing of panel wiring diagram of an alternator.
Drawing the schematic diagram of automatic voltage regulators of A.C.
generators.
29.
Winding
Drawing the development diagram for D.C. Simplex Lap & Wave winding with brush position.
Drawing the development diagram of A.C 3 - Phase, 4 Pole 24 slots single layer winding.
30.
Control Panel
Practice in reading panel diagram.
Local & Remote control of Induction motor with inching. Forward & Reverse operation of
Induction motor Automatic Star Delta Starter
Automatic star delta starter with change of direction of rotation Sequential control of three motors.
31.
Distribution of Power
Types of insulator used in over-head line. (Half sectional views) Different type of distribution
systems and methods of connections. Layout diagram of a substation. Single line diagram of
substation feeders.
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Syllabus for
Workshop Science & Calculation
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Workshop Science & Calculation- Electrician (Dual Mode)
1. Name of the subject : WORKSHOP CALCULATION & SCIENCE
2. Hours of Instruction: 220 hrs.
3. Examination: The examination for the subject will be held at the end of
training.
4. Instructor Qualification: Degree in Engineering with two years experience
OR
Diploma in Engineering with one year experience
5. Desirable:
6.
Craft Instructor Certificate in RoD & A course under NCVT.
Instructor:
One full time instructor is required for 144Engineering seats
sanctioned in the institute. Additional instructor will be
required on increase in every 144 students.
For seats less than 144, the instructor may be out sourced/ hired
on contract basis.
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SYLLABUS FOR WORKSHOP SCIENCE AND CALCULATION
(TOTAL DURATION – 220 HRS.)
Topic
Workshop Calculation
Workshop Science
No
1. Unit: Systems of unit- FPS, CGS, MKS/SI unit, Material Science : properties -Physical &
unit of length, Mass and time, Conversion of
Mechanical, Types -Ferrous & Non-Ferrous,
units
difference between Ferrous and Non-Ferrous
metals, introduction of Iron, Cast Iron,
Wrought Iron, Steel, difference between Iron
and Steel, Alloy steel, carbon steel, stainless
steel, Non-Ferrous metals, Non-Ferrous
Alloys.
2. Fractions : Fractions, Decimal fraction, L.C.M., Mass .Weight and Density :
H.C.F., Multiplication and Division of Fractions Mass, Unit of Mass, Weight, difference
and Decimals, conversion of Fraction to
between mass and weight, Density, unit of
Decimal and vice versa. Simple problems using density, specific gravity of metals.
Scientific Calculator.
3. Square Root:Square and Square Root, method Speed and Velocity: Rest and motion, speed,
of finding out square roots, Simple problem
velocity, difference between speed and
using calculator.
velocity, acceleration, retardation, equations of
motions, simple related problems.
4. Ratio & Proportion :
Work, Power and Energy: work, unit of
Simple calculation on related problems.
work, power, unit of power, Horse power of
engines,
5. Percentage : Introduction, Simple calculation. mechanical efficiency, energy, use of energy,
Changing percentage to decimal and fraction
potential and kinetic energy, examples of
and vice-versa.
potential energy and kinetic energy.
6. Algebra : Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Heat & Temparature: Heat and temperature,
Division, Algebraic formula, Linear equations their units, difference between heat and
(with two variables).
temperature, boiling point, melting point,
scale of temperature, relation between
different scale of temperature, Thermometer,
pyrometer, transmission of heat, conduction,
convection, radiation.
7. Mensuration : Area and perimeter of square,
Basic Electricity: Introduction, use of
rectangle, parallelogram, triangle, circle, semi
electricity, how electricity is produced, Types
circle, Volume of solids - cube, cuboid,
of current_ AC, DC, their comparison, voltage,
cylinder and Sphere.
resistance, their units. Conductor, insulator,
Surface area of solids -cube, cuboid, cylinder
Types of connections - series, parallel, electric
and Sphere.
power, Horse power, energy, unit of electrical
energy.
8. Trigonometry:
Levers and Simple Machines:
Trigonometrical ratios, measurement of angles. levers and its types. Simple Machines, Effort
Trigonometric tables
and Load, Mechanical Advantage, Velocity
Ratio, Efficiency of machine, Relationship
between Efficiency, velocity ratio and
Mechanical Advantage.
9. Indices: Laws of indices related problems.
Elasticity: Stress, strain, Modulus of elasticity,
Quadratic Equation: Introduction, solution of elastic limit, Hooks law, young’s modulus.
simple Quadratic equation and related problems.
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10. Solution of simple A.C. circuit with R.L.C.
Calculation of power factor etc.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Material: Introduction, types and properties.
Uses of Conducting, Semi-conducting and
insulating materials.
A.C Waveform Calculation: Calculation of
Magnetism: Magnetic material, magnetic field,
r.m.s, average, instantaneous value, peak value. flux density, magnetic moment, m.m.f.
Peak to peak value, Frequency and wavelength Reluctance, permeability, susceptibility,
calculation and their relationship
electromagnet, solenoid and its practical
applications.
Series And Parallel Connection of Electrical Pressure:- Pneumatic pressure, PSI, bar,
atmospheric pressure, pressure gauge and
and Electronic components:
1. Calculation Series and parallel connection of absolute pressure, Heat treatment process
Resistors.
2. Calculation Series and parallel connection of
Capacitors.
3. Calculation Series and parallel connection of
Inductors.
4. Calculation Series and parallel connection of
Batteries.
Conversion of power flow to H.P.
Calculation of KVA.
Number system:- decimal and binary, Octal
Friction: - Laws of friction, co- efficient of
Hexa decimal. BCD code, conversion from
friction, angle of friction, simple problems
decimal to binary and vice-versa, all other
related to friction. Lubrication
conversions. Practice on conversions.
Concept on terms like pressure, atoms-pheric
pressure, gauge pressure.
Heat treatment necessity difference methods.
Estimation & costing:-Simple estimation of the Forces: - Resolution and composition of
requirement of materials etc. as applicable to the forces.
trade. Problems on estimation and costing.
Representation of force by vectors, simple
Further Mensuration:problems on lifting tackles like jib wall, craneVolumes of frustums including conical
Solution of problems with the aid of vectors.
frustums.
General condition of equilibriums for series of
Graph- Basics, abscissa, co-ordinate etc.
forces on a body. Law of parallelogram,
Y = mx and Y= mx + c graph
Triangle Law, Lami’s theorem.
Simple Problems on Profit & Loss.
Centre of gravity:- Centre of gravity concept
Simple and compound interest.
and C.G. of different lamina. Equilibrium
different kinds stable, unstable and neutral.
Law of parallelogram force. Triangle law,
Lami’s theorem stable, unstable and neutral
equilibrium.
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BLOCK – II
(INDUSTRIAL TRAINING )
Broad Components Covered :
1. Safety & best Practices
2. Prepare for Industrial environment
3. Record keeping & Documentation
4. Simple to complex operations of trade
5. Installation & Maintenance of Electrical Equipments in real time
applications
6. Inspection & Testing under Supervision
7. Detecting and repairing/ removing the faults for operation
DURATION: 09 MONTHS (39 weeks)
SL.NO. LIST OF OPERATIONS/SKILLS TO BE COVERED DURING
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
Skinning and dressing of cables. Straight joint of different types of underground
1
cables. Test /check the insulation resistance of cables by using megger. Locating the
faults (open circuit, short circuit & leakage) in cables. Practice in soldering & brazing
2
3
Examination and checking of cables and conductors and verification of materials
according to the span. Measurement of Resistant and Measurement of specific
Resistant
Marking use of chisels and hacksaw on flats, sheet metal filing practice, filing true to
line. Sawing and planning practice. Practice in using firmer chisel and preparing
simple half lap joint.
4
Drilling practice in hand drilling & power drilling machines. Grinding of drill bits.
Practice in using taps & dies, threading hexagonal & square nuts etc. cutting external
threads on stud and on pipes, riveting practice.
5
Practice in using snips, marking & cutting of straight & curved pieces in sheet metals.
Bending the edges of sheets metals. Riveting practice in sheet metal. Practice in
making different joints in sheet metal in soldering the joints.
6
7
Practice on Earthing- different methods of earthing. Measurement of Earth resistance
by earth tester. Testing of Earth Leakage by ELCB and relay
Simple circuits containing U.J.T. for triggering, FET as an amplifier and Power
control circuits by S.C.R. and Diac, triac, I.G.B.T.
Logic gates and circuits.
8
Practice in casing, Capping. Conduit wiring with minimum to more number of points.
Practice on installation and overhauling common electrical accessories as per simple
Electrical circuit / Layout.
Use of two way switches.
Testing of wiring insulation by megger.
Fixing of calling bells/buzzers.
Making of test boards & extension boards
Identification & demonstration on conduits and accessories & their uses,
cutting , striping & laying Installation, Testing, Maintenance and Repairing of
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wiring.
9
Application of fuses, relay, MCB, ELCB
10
Testing of single phase and Three Phase Transformers - Cleaning, maintenance,
testing and changing of oil. Single and three phase connection.
11
Hands on practice on motor winding.
12
Calibration of – Measuring Instruments, Calibration of Energy meter.
13
Connection, starting, running of AC motors using Starters. Measurement of slip, P.F.at
14
Connection, starting, running of Synchronous motor.
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various loads. Speed control of Induction motors by various methods. Practical
application of A.C. motors.
Practical application of Synchronous motor
Installation of -Mercury & Sodium vapour (H.P. & L.P.)
Halogen Lamps
Single FL tube and twin FL tube.
16
Practice on wiring of electric motor, control panel, etc.
Trace/Test of different circuit Breakers.
Protective and control relays, contactors, etc.
Operation and use of XLPE cables.
17
Preparing control cabinet / panel wiring for
A. Local & Remote control of Induction motor
B. Forward & Reverse operation of Induction motor
C. Automatic Star Delta Starter
D. Automatic star delta starter with change of direction of rotation
E. Sequential control of three motors.
Preparation of Control cabinet & panel: Necessary marking, cutting, filing, drilling,
tapping etc.
Mounting of control elements & wiring Accessories: Isolator, pushbutton switches,
Indicating lamps, meters, MCB, Fuse, Contactor, Relays, Overload Relay, Timers,
Rectifier, Limit switches, control transformers, Raceways/cable channel, Terminal
connectors etc.
Wiring of control cabinet/panel: As per wiring diagram.
Bunching of wires & cables, channeling, tying etc.
Checking / buzzing the wiring.
Power connections & motor connection & testing.
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20
Identification and specification of different type of insulator used in HT line.
Binding of Pin type insulator, shackle type and suspension type insulators.
Fixing of jumper by crimping tool.
Installation of bus bar and bus coupler on LT line.
Speed control of DC motor :Connection, parameterization and speed control
by Thyristor bridge/ DC Drive.
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Speed control of AC motor :-Uses of SCR and other modern semiconductor
Devices in controlling speed of motors and in changing the direction of rotation of
motors.
Connection, parameterization and speed control by AC Drive.
Break down, Routine & Preventive maintenance of DC/AC machines, Voltage
Stabilizer, Inverter, U.P.S. & Equipments.
Project Work- to assess trainee’s industrial learning and understanding
Note1. All the operations suggested in Block-II should be covered during Industrial
Training.
2. In addition to above mentioned skills/ operations industry may impart training
on any other skills/ operations related to trade
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BLOCK – III
DURATION: 3 months (13 weeks)
Institute level training
For last three months candidates will be engaged in following works: 1. Revision of theoretical components covered during Block – I.
2. Practical practice and report submission
3. Preparing candidate to face interview, preparation of bio-data and
awareness about different jobs in the related field and grooming to be an
entrepreneur.
4. Self study and final AITT examination
Note:1. The training may be conducted in Block mode i.e. few months in ITI & few in
Industry.
2. The training may be conducted in flexible mode i.e. few days of a week in ITI &
few days in Industry.
3. Nine months industrial training is mandatory.
4. Last three months of training in ITI is mandatory.
5. No admission of trainees without signing MOU between ITI & Industry.
6. At the time of signing MOU with ITI, Industry must ensure that training facility
is available for operations covered under Block-II.
7. Minimum 75% of total skill set of Block- II must be covered in Industry who is
signing MOU. However Industry must ensure 100% skill training in Block-II &
necessary arrangement to be made to cover training on rest skill sets (beyond the
percentage indicated in sl-6) in collaboration with any other related industries.
(The same will be part of guidelines in MOU)
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TRADE: ELECTRICIAN (DUAL MODE)
LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENTS FOR ITI TRAINING FOR 16 TRAINEES + 1
TRAINEES TOOL KIT FOR 16 TRAINEES +1 INSTRUCTOR
TOOL KIT
Sl.
Name of the items
Quantity
No.
1
Steel Tape, 15 m length
17 Nos.
2
Plier Insulated, 150 mm
17 Nos.
3
Plier Side Cutting, 150 mm
17 Nos.
4
Screw Driver, 100 mm
17 Nos.
5
Screw Driver, 150 mm
17 Nos.
Electrician Connector, screw driver insulated handle
6
thin stem, 100 mm
17 Nos.
7
Heavy Duty Screw Driver , 200 mm
17 Nos.
Electrician Screw Driver thin stem insulated handle,
8
250 mm
17 Nos.
9
Punch Centre , 150 mm X 9 mm
17 Nos.
10 Knife Double Bladed Electrician
17 Nos.
11 Neon Tester
17 Nos.
12 Steel Rule 300 mm
17 Nos.
13 Hammer, cross peen with handle
17 Nos.
14 Hammer, ball peen With handle
17 Nos.
15 Gimlet 6 mm.
17 Nos.
16 Bradawl
17 Nos.
17 Scriber (Knurled centre position )
17 Nos.
18 Pincer 150 mm
17 Nos.
NOTE: For 2nd Unit of the Trade, only Trainees Tool Kit (from Sl No- 1
to 18) is required additionally.
B. SHOP TOOLS, INSTRUMENTS and MACHINERY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
C- Clamp 200 mm, 150 mm and 100 mm
Spanner Adjustable 150 mm,300mm
Blow lamp 0.5 ltr
Melting Pot
Ladel
Chisel Cold firmer 25 mm X 200 mm
Chisel 25 mm and 6 mm
Hand Drill Machine
Portable Electric Drill Machine 6 mm capacity
Pillar Electric Drill Machine 12 mm capacity
Allen Key
Oil Can 0.12 ltr
Grease Gun
Out Side Micrometer
Motorised Bench Grinder
Rawl plug tool and bit
Pully Puller
Bearing Puller
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2 Nos each
2 Nos each
1
1
1No
2
2 Nos each
1
1
1
1 set
1
1 No
2
1
2 set
2
2
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20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
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30
31
32
33
34
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39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
Pipe vice
Thermometer 0 to 100 deg Centigrade
Scissors blade 150 mm
Crimping Tool
Wire stripper 20 cm
Chisel Cold flat 12 mm
Mallet hard wood 0.50 kg
Hammer Extractor type 0.40 kg
Hacksaw frame 200 mm 300 mm adjustable
Try Square 150 mm blade
Outside and Inside Divider Calliper
Pliers flat nose 150 mm
Pliers round nose 100 mm
Tweezers 100 mm
Snip Straight and Bent 150 mm
D.E. metric Spanner
Drill hand brace
Drill S.S. Twist block 2 mm, 5 mm 6 mm set of 3
Plane, smoothing cutters 50 mm
Gauge, wire imperial
File flat 200 mm 2nd cut
File half round 200 mm 2nd cut
File round 200 mm 2nd cut
File flat 150 mm rough
File flat 250 mm bastard
File flat 250 mm smooth
File Rasp, half round 200 mm bastard
Soldering Iron 25 watt, 65 watt, 125 watt
Copper bit soldering iron 0.25 kg.
Desoldering Gun
Hand Vice 50 mm jaw
Table Vice 100 mm jaw
Pipe Cutter to cut pipes upto 5 cm. dia
Pipe Cutter to cut pipes above 5 cm dia
Stock and Die set for 20 mm to 50 mm G.I. pipe
Stock and Dies conduit
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
Ohm Meter; Series Type & Shunt Type
Multi Meter (analog) 0 to 1000 M Ohms,2.5 to 500 V
Digital Multi Meter
A.C. Voltmeter M.I. 0 –500V A.C
Milli Voltmeter centre zero 100 – 0 – 100 m volt
D.C. Milli ammeter 0 -500m A
Ammeter MC 0-5 A, 0- 25 A
A.C. Ammeter M.I. 0-5A, 0-25 A
Kilo Wattmeter 0-1-3 kw
A.C. Energy Meter, Single phase 5 amp. Three Phase 15 amp
Power Factor Meter
Frequency Meter
Flux meter
Wheat Stone Bridge with galvanometer and battery
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4
1 No.
4 Nos.
2 sets
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.each
4 Nos.
2 Nos.each
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.each
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Set
2 Nos.each
2 Nos.
8 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.each
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
8 Nos.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.
1 set
1 No.
2 Nos.
each
2 Nos.
6 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No. each
1 No. each
1 No.
1 No. each
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
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70
71
72
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74
75
76
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80
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83
84
85
86
87
88
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90
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92
93
94
95
96
97
98
Laboratory Type Induction Coil
DC Power Supply 0-30V, 2 amp
Rheostat
0 -1 Ohm, 5 Amp
0 -10 Ohm, 5 Amp
0- 25 Ohm, 1 Amp
0- 300 Ohm, 1 Amp
1 Phase Variable Auto Transformer
Battery Charger
Hydrometer
Miniature Breaker 16 amp ( Raw Material)
Working Bench 2.5 m x 1.20 m x 0.75 m
Fire Extinguisher CO2, 2 KG
Fire Buckets
Tachometer
Current Transformer
415 Volt,50 Hz, CT Ratio 150 / 5 Amp, 5VA
Potential Transformer
415 Volt,50Hz, PT Ratio 11KV/ 110V, 10VA
Growler
Tong Tester / Clamp Meter 0 – 100 amp. AC
Megger 500 volts
Contactor & auxiliary contacts 3 phase, 440volt, 16amp (Raw
Material)
Contactor & auxiliary contacts 3 phase, 440 volt, 32 amp. (Raw
Material)
Limit Switch (Raw Material)
Rotary Switch 16 A (Raw Material)
Load Bank 5 KW( Lamp / heater Type)
Brake Test arrangement with two spring balance 0 to 25 kg
rating
Knife Switch DPDT fitted with fuse terminals 16 amp
(Raw Material)
Knife Switch TPDT fitted with fuse terminals 16 amp(Raw
Material)
Voltage StabiliserInput: 150 – 230 volt ACOutput: 220 volt AC
3- point D.C. Starter
4- point D.C. Starter
Electrical Machine Trainer –
Suitable for demonstrating the construction and functioning of
different types of DC machines and AC machines (single phase
and three phase). Should be fitted with friction brake
arrangement, dynamo meter, instrument panel and power
supply unit
Motor-Generator (AC to DC) consisting of :
Squirrel Cage Induction Motor with star delta starter and
directly coupled to DC shunt generator and switch board
mounted with regulator, air breaker, ammeter, voltmeter, knife
blade switches and fuses, set complete with case iron and plate,
fixing bolts, foundation bolts and flexible coupling.
Induction Motor rating: 7 HP, 400V, 50 cycles, 3 phase
DC Shunt Generator rating: 5 KW, 440V
Used DC Generators-series, shunt and compound type for
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1 No.
1 No.
1 No. each
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No. each
1 No. each
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 for 8
(4+4)
Units
1 No.
1 No. each
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100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
overhauling practice
D.C. Shunt Generator with control panel,2.5 KW, 220V
D.C. Compound Generator with control panel including fitted
rheostat, voltmeter, ammeter and breaker, 2.5 KW, 220 V
Diesel Generator Set with change over switch, over current
breaker and water-cooled with armature, star-delta
connections AC 3 phase, 5 KVA, 240 volt
DC Series Motor coupled with mechanical load 0.5 to 2 KW, 220
Volts
DC Shunt Motor 2 to 2.5 KW, 220 volts
DC compound Motor with starter and switch 2 to 2.5 KW ,220
volts
Single phase Transformer, core type, air cooled
1 KVA , 240/415 V, 50 Hz
Three phase transformer, shell type oil cooled with all
mounting 3 KVA , 415/240 V, 50 Hz , (Delta/Star)
Oscilloscope Dual Trace, 30 MHZ
Function Generator
Discrete Component Trainer
Linear I.C. Trainer
Digital I.C. Trainer
Oil Testing Kit
Hygrometer
a. Cut out
Relays
b. Reverse current
c. Over current
d. Under voltage
Starters for 2 to 5 H.P. A.C Motors
a. Resistance type starter
b. Direct on line Starter
c. Star Delta Starter- manual, semi-automatic and automatic
d. Auto Transformer type
Motor Generator(DC to AC) set consisting of - Shunt Motor with
starting compensator and switch directly coupled to AC
generator with exciter and switch board mounted with
regulator, breaker, ammeter, voltmeter frequency meter, knife
blade switch and fuses etc. Set complete with cast iron bed
plate, fixing bolts, foundation bolts and flexible coupling.
Shunt Motor rating : 5 HP, 440V
AC Generator rating : 3-Phase, 4 wire, 3.5 KVA, 400/230 Volts,
0.8 pf, 50cycles
AC Squirrel Cage Motor with star delta starter and triple pole
iron clad switch fuse. 2 to 3 HP, 3-phase ,400 volts, 50 cycles
AC phase-wound slip ring Motor with starter and switch 5 HP,
400 volts, 3-phase, 50 cycles
A.C. Series type Motor with mechanical load ¼ HP, 230V, 50 Hz
Single Phase Capacitor Motor with starter switch 1 HP 230 volt
50 cycles
Universal Motor with starter/switch 230 volt, 50 cycles ¼ HP
Stepper Motor with Digital Controller
Shaded Pole Motor
Bath Impregnating
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1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 set
1 No. each
1 No. each
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
Oven Stove
Synchronous motor 3 Phase, 3 HP, 415V, 50Hz, 4 Pole, with
accessories.
Lux meter
Inverter- 1 KVA with 12 V Battery
Input- 12 volt DC,
Output- 220 volt AC
Domestic Appliances –
a. Electric Hot Plate 1500 watt
b. Electric Kettle, 1500 watts
c. Electric Iron 1500 watts
d. Immersion Heater 1500 watt
e. A.C. Fan
f. Geyser (Storage type) 15 ltr minimum
g. Mixture & Grinder
Thyristor /IGBT controlled D.C. motor drive with tachogenerator feedback arrangement 1 HP
Thyristor/IGBT controlled A.C. motor drive with VVVF control
3 Phase, 2 HP
Pentium IV Computer or latest (Server- Linux), 2.8 GHz &
above, 1 GB RAM, 80 GB HDD, DVD Combo Drive, 15/17”
Monitor, optical scroll mouse, multimedia key board, 32 bit
LAN card with UPP port, necessary Drivers, etc.
Ink jet/ laser printer
Washing Machine
Motor Pump set 1 HP, 1 Phase, 240 V
Pin Type, shackle type & suspension type insulators (Raw
Material)
1 No.
1 no.
1 no.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
4 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
each
FURNITURE :
Sl.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name of the items
Quantity
Instructor’s table
Instructor’s chair
Metal Rack 100cm x 150cm x 45cm
Lockers with 16 drawers standard size
Almirah 2.5 m x 1.20 m x 0.5 m
Black board/white board
1 No.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
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Remarks
ALLOTMENT OF TIME & MARKS AMONG
THE SUBJECTS FOR EXAMINATION
Sl.
No.
SUBJECTS
Duration
of exam
(in Hrs.)
3
Full Marks
Pass Marks
200
80
1.
Trade Theory + E/S
(150+50)
2.
Workshop Cal. & Sc.
3
50
20
3.
Engineering Drawing
4
50
20
4.
Internal Marks (ITI)
--
50
30
5.
Trade Practical –I*
4
50
30
6.
Internal Marks
(Industry)
--
50
30
8
250
150
700
360
7.
Trade Practical-II** +
Project work (200+50)
GRAND TOTAL
Note:1. “*” represents practical conducted at ITI
2. “**” represents practical conducted at Industry at the end of training
3. 40% pass marks for theory subjects and 60% pass marks for practical
4. The project work will be conducted at industry and industry will allot
marks for the same.
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Format for Internal Assessment
Name & Address of the Assessor :
Year of Enrollment :
Name & Address of ITI (Govt./Pvt.) :
Date of Assessment :
Name & Address of the Industry :
Assessment location: Industry / ITI
Trade Name :
Block:
Duration of the Trade/course:
1
2
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15
Result (Y/N)
15
Total internal
assessment Marks
Economical use of
materials
10
VIVA
5
Quality in
workmanship
10
Speed in doing work
10
Skills to handle tools
& equipment
5
Ability to follow
Manuals/ Written
instructions
10
Attendance/
Punctuality
Father's/Mother’s
Name
5
Workplace hygiene
Candidate Name
15
Safety consciousness
Sl. No
Maximum Marks (Total 100 Marks)
Application of
Knowledge
Operation/Skill:
LIST OF TRADE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Sl.
No.
1.
Name & Designation
Organization
Smt Sandhya Salwan, Director of Training
DGT, MSDE
2.
Shri.A.Mahendiran, Director
FTI Bangalore
3.
Shri.Satya Shankar.BP, Director
4.
Shri N.K Thakur, DGM
5.
Shri Rajeev Khurana, GM
6.
Shri. Nirmalya Nath, ADT
7.
Shri P. MOULI, ADT
DGT Delhi.
8.
Shri R N Manna, TO
CSTARI Kolkata.
9.
Shri Anil. V. Bhide, Manager
NTTF, Bangalore
10.
Shri Kashinath. P, Director (Training), Bangalore
ACE Designers,
11.
Shri Shankara H. S.
BFW, Bangalore
12.
Shri C. Sekharan, Retd. AGM
HMT, Bangalore
13.
Shri Hemant D. Ganjare, DDT
APEX-Hi-Tech,
Bangalore
APEX-Hi-Tech,
Bangalore
L&T Chennai.
Maruti Suzuki India
Ltd Gurgoan.
CSTARI Kolkata.
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