Electronic Mechanic - Directorate General of Training
CURRICULUM
FOR THE TRADE OF
ELECTRONICS MECHANIC
(Dual Mode)
UNDER
DUAL TRAINING SYSTEM
BY
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF SKILL DEVELOPMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF TRAINING
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PROPOSED TIME DISTRIBUTION FOR ELECTRONICS MECHANIC TRADE UNDER
INDUSTRY INSTITUTE - TRAINING SCHEME
BLOCK WITH
DURATION
THEORY
BLOCK – I
(12 months/52
Weeks
duration )
Institute level
trg.
510 hrs.
BLOCK – II
--(09 months /39
weeks
duration)
Industry level
trg.
BLOCK – III
100 hrs.
(3 months/ 13
Weeks
duration)
Institute level
trg.
PRAC.
WSC/
CAL
830 hrs.
170
hrs.
1560 HRS.
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ENGG.
DRG.
250 hrs.
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EMP.S
KILL
110
hrs.
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ECA, LIB.
&
OTHERS
50 hrs.
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REM.
160 hrs.
Revision &
Test
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210 hrs.
50 hrs. 60 hrs.
--20 hrs.
Last 2
(Practical
weeks
practice and
revision &
submission of
exam. (80
report
hrs.)
related to
industry
training)
GRAND TOTAL 610 HRS. 2600 HRS.
220
310
110
70 HRS.
240
HRS.
HRS.
HRS.
HRS.
Total duration of training inclusive of Industry & Institute is 2 years (4160 HRS.)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Name Of The Trade
: ELECTRONIC MECHANIC (DUAL MODE)
2. NCO Code No.
:7242.10, 7242.90, 7243.10, 7243.40, 7243.45,7243.50
3. Duration
: 02 Years In Dual Training Mode
4. Power Norms
:3.04 Kw (For Institute)
5. Space Norm
:56 Sq Mts ( For Institute)
6. Entry Qualification
: Passed 10th Class Examination Under 10+2 system of
education.
7. Unit Size ( No. Of Students) :20 Trainees
8. Instructor`s/ Trainer`s Qualification :
A) B.E./B.Tech in Electronics/ Electronics &
Telecommunication/ Electronics & Communication from
recognized university with one year experience in the
relevant field.
OR
B) Diploma in Electronics/ Electronics &
Telecommunication/Electronics & Communication from
recognized board of technical education with two years
experience in the relevant field.
OR
C) NTC/NAC in the trade with three years experience
respectively in the relevant field.
Desirable qualification: Preference will be given to a candidate with Craft Instructor Certificate
(CIC).
Note:
(i) Note: Out of two Instructors required for the unit of 2(1+1), one must have
Degree/Diploma and other must have NTC/NAC qualifications.
(ii) Instructor qualification for WCS and E.D, as per the training manual.
Distribution of training on Hourly basis:
Total hours
/week
Trade
practical
Trade
theory
40 Hours
25 Hours
6 Hours
3
Work
Engg.
shop Drawing
Cal.
&Sc.
2
3 Hours
Hours
Employability
skills
Extracurricular
activity
2 Hours
2 Hours
SYLLABUS CONTENT WITH TIME STRUCTURE FOR ELECTRONICS MECHANIC
TRADE
Block – I
Duration- 12 Months (52 weeks)
Institute Level Training: Sl. no
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Trade Practical
(Duration 830 hrs.)
Trade and Orientation
• Visit to the institute and
workshops. Introduction with the
principal and other staffs. Care
and safe working habits, safety
precautions to be demonstrated to
the trainees. Elementary first aid
practice. Identify different types of
fire extinguishers. Do's and Don'ts
and standard practices to be
followed in the institute
Hand Tools and their uses
• Demonstration and uses of hand
tools-screw
drivers,
pliers,
tweezers, tester, wire stripper,
electrician knife, steel rule, scriber,
punches, hack saw, hammer, files,
bench vice and drilling machine.
• Simple mechanical fixtures
• Identification of types of screws,
bolts, nuts, washers, rivets,
clamps, connectors
• Fix screws of different sizes on
wooden boards
• Cutting of wooden blocks using
hand/hack saw
• Simple
fitting practice
and
drilling practice
• Simple sheet metal works
Basics of AC and Electrical Cables
• Identify the Phase, Neutral and
Earth on power Socket.
• Construct a test lamp and use it to
check mains healthiness.
• Use a Tester to monitor AC power.
• Measure the voltage between
phase and ground and rectify
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Trade Theory
(Duration 510 hrs.)
Introduction to NCVT and 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.
Introduction to safety, safety signs, and
measures to be taken to maintain the
standards of safety of personal working
and the equipments. Different first aid
mechanisms to rescue the affected by
electric shocks or any physical injuries.
Identification, specifications, uses and
maintenance of commonly used hand tools.
Riveting of tags and lugs, cutting and
bending of sheet metals, chassis and
cabinets.
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
supply. Terms like Line and Phase voltage/
currents. Insulators, conductors and
semiconductor properties. Different type
of electrical cables and their Specifications.
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earthing.
• Identify and test different AC
mains cables.
• Skin the electrical wires /cables
using the wire stripper and cutter.
• Measure the gauge of the wire
using SWG.
• Prepare the mains cable for
termination.
• Crimp the lugs to wire end and
Solder the lugs to wire end
• Solder/crimp/terminate different
types of electrical connectors
• Measure AC and DC voltages
using multi meter.
Cells & Batteries
• Identify the primary and
secondary cells
• Measure and test the voltages of
the given cells/battery using
analog / digital multimeter.
• Charging and discharging the
battery.
• Maintain the secondary battery.
• Use a hydro meter to measure the
specific gravity of the secondary
battery.
Passive Components
• Identify the different types of
resistors
• Measure the resistor values using
colour code and verify the reading
by measuring in multi meter
• Identify the power rating using
size
• Verify ohms law
• Measure the resistance, Voltage,
Current through series and
parallel connected networks using
multi meter
• Identify different inductors and
measure the values using LCR
meter
• Identify the different capacitors
and measure capacitance of
various capacitors using LCR
meter
• Make an electro magnet.
• Install a solenoid valve in a flow
line.
• Identify and test the circuit
breaker and other protecting
devices.
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Types of wires & cables, standard wire
gauge (SWG). Classification of cables
according to gauge(core size), number of
conductors, material, insulation strength,
flexibility etc.
Battery /Cells: construction, types of
primary and secondary cells, materials
used, Specification of cells and batteries.
Charging process, efficiency, life of
cell/battery. Selection of cells / Batteries
etc.
Use of Hydrometer. Types of
electrolytes used in cells and batteries.
Series / parallel connection of batteries
and purpose of such connections.
Ohm's law and its variables. Resistordefinition,
types
of resistors, their
construction & specific use, color-coding,
power
rating. Equivalent Resistance of
series parallel circuits. Distribution of V & I
in series parallel circuits. KVL& KCL with
applications. Principles
of
induction,
inductive reactance, Types of inductors,
construction,
specifications and
applications (energy storage concept). Self
and Mutual induction. Behavior of inductor
at low and high frequencies. series and
parallel combination, Q factor.
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 circuit. Concept of
Resonance and its application in RC, RL&
RLC series and parallel Types and circuit
Properties of magnets and their materials,
preparation
of
artificial
magnets,
Dismantle and identify the
different parts of a relay.
• Connect a relay in a circuit and
test for its working
• Dismantle and identify the
different parts of the electrical
contactor
• Connect a contactor in a circuit
and test for its working
• Construct and test RC time
constant circuit
• Construct a RC differentiator
circuit and convert triangular
wave into square wave
• Construct and test series and
parallel resonance circuit
Transformers
• Identify different types of
mains transformers and test.
• Identify the primary and
secondary transformer windings
and test the polarity.
• Identify different sizes, shapes of
cores used in low capacity
transformers.
• Measure the primary and
secondary voltage of different
transformers
• Construct a low voltage night lamp
• Identify and test the variac
AC & DC measurements
• Identify the meter for measuring
AC & DC parameters
• Use the multi meter to measure
the various functions ( AC V, DC V,
DC I, AC I, R)
• Replace the fuse, battery for the
given multimeter
• Identify the different controls on
the CRO front panel and
observe the function of each
controls
• Measure DC voltage, AC voltage
,time period using CRO
• Identify the different controls on
the function generator front panel
and observe the function of each
controls
• Connect the function generator to
CRO and observe the different
wave forms
Soldering & De-soldering and
switches
• Identify different types of
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significance of electro magnetism, types
of cores. Electromagnetic
Relays, types,
construction,
specifications- coil voltage
and contact current capacity.
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
Introduction to electrical measuring
instruments,
Importance
of
meter,
classification of meters, forces necessary to
work a meter. MC and MI meter, range
extension,
need
of
calibration,
characteristics of meters and errors in
meters. Multi meter, use of meters in
different circuits. Care and maintenance of
meters. Use of CRO, Function generator,
LCR meter
Different types of soldering guns, related to
Temperature and wattages, types of tips.
Solder materials and their grading. Use of
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soldering guns and practice
soldering of different electronic
active and passive components
and IC bases on lug boards and
PCBs
Join the broken PCB track and test
Practice de-soldering using pump
and wick
Prepare component for soldering.
Demonstrate soldering and desoldering using soldering and desoldering stations
Identify and use SPST, SPDT,
DPST, DPDT, tumbler, push button,
toggle, piano switches used in
electronic industries
Make a panel board using different
types of switches for a given
application
Rectifiers
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Identify diodes, diode bridges
• Record the specifications of
different diodes using data book/
web site
• Identify different packaging styles
of diodes and heat sinks types
• Test the given diode using multi
meter
• Construct and test Diode as a half
wave, full wave and Bridge
rectifier.
• Construct a rectifier with capacitor
filter circuit and measure the
output voltage
• Use CRO to observe the ripple
from rectifiers for different load
and filter capacitors
• Identify and Test Zener diode.
• Construct and test Zener based
voltage regulator circuit.
IC Regulators
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Identify the different types of fixed
+ve and -ve regulator ICs and the
different current ratings (78/79
series)
Identify the pins
Construct a fixed voltage regulator
as a variable one by floating the
reference
Identify the different heat sinks for
IC based regulators
Observe the output voltage of
different IC regulators by varying
the input voltage
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flux and other materials. Selection of a
soldering gun for specific requirement.
Soldering and De-soldering stations and
their specifications. Different switches
and their specification, uses.
Semiconductor component number coding
for different electronic components such as
Diodes, Zeners. 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 / applications, Varactor
diode /Tunnel diode/ specifications with
applications.
Regulated Power supply using 78XX series,
79XX series, Op-amp regulator, 723
regulator , (Transistorized & IC based)
voltage regulation, error correction and
amplification etc.
Construct a dual power supply by
using the fixed IC regulators with
current limiting and short circuit
protection features
Computer Hardware, OS, MS office
Networking
• Identification of various
indicators, Connectors, ports on
the computer cabinet
• Identify drives and their capacity.
• Identify various connectors and
cables inside the cabinet & Identify
connections to rear side and front
panel of the cabinet
• Identify various parts of the
system unit and motherboard
• Disable certain functionality by
disconnecting the concerned
cables ( like USB, SERIAL, Flat)
• Replace the CMOS battery
• Replace/Extend a memory module
• Test and Replace the SMPS
• Replace the given HDD on the
system
• Replace the given DVD on the
system
• Configuring and troubleshooting
display problems
• Boot the system from different
options
• Practice various features of OS
• Perform maintenance of the
computer using standard tools
provided in the OS
• Install a Printer driver software
and test for print outs
• Install antivirus software and scan
the system and Explore the
configuration options in the
antivirus software
• Install MS office software
• Use start menu, check available
programs in computer, use search,
settings, run and options. Creation
of short cuts
• Changing screen savers
• Create folder and files, Drawing
pictures using paint, using menus
of paint
• Explore different Menu/Tool/
Format/status bars of MS word
and practice the options: Editing
the text, saving the text, changing
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Basic blocks of a computer, Hardware and
software, I/O devices, keyboard, types of
mouse and their working, Different types
of printers, their function and interconnection and their advantages HDD,
CDD, DVD.
Various ports in the computer. POST
Booting concept. Windows O.S.
MS widows: Starting windows and its
operation,
file
management using
explorer, Display & sound properties,
screen
savers,
font management,
installation of program, setting and using
of control panel application of accessories,
various
IT
tools and applications,
Components of desk top.
Concept of word processing: MS word Menu bar, standard tool bar, saving, titles,
legends and gridlines, colouring charts,
printing charts, placing charts in a word
file. Introduction to power point Basics of
preparing slides, different design aspects of
slides, animation with slides etc.
Concept of Internet, Browsers, Websites,
search engines, email, chatting and
messenger service. Downloading the Data
and program files etc.
Computer Networking:Network features-Network topologies,
protocols- TCP/IP, UDP, FTP, models,
types, network components, network
medias,
Specification and standards, types of
cables, UTP, STP, Coaxial cables. Network
components like hub, Ethernet switch,
router, NIC Cards, connectors, media and
firewall. Difference between PC & Server.
Operating system -OS, types etc.
Identify physical topology of a network and
members of the network, Internet search
engines and applications.
the font and size of text.
Creation of broachers and taking
the printouts
• Practice the Mail merge and
Hyperlink options
• Prepare
a
power
point
presentation on any three known
topics with various design
features
• Prepare
a
power
point
presentation
with
different
animation and visual effects.
• Invoke excel sheet from MS WORD
and vice versa
• Convert the given PDF File into
WORD
File using suitable software. (use free
downloadable software )
• Use of search engines, Creation of
email accounts, sending and
receiving the mails configuration
of email clients.
• Identify the cables and network
components.
• Making UTP cross cables and
testing, Making straight cables and
testing, Making cable layout
drawing copying, deleting &
retrieving files, page setting,
editing,
formatting,
advance
features i.e. highlighting, cut &
paste, subscript & superscript
drawing features, mail merging,
Hyperlink, tables and borders,
printing of document etc.
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Transistor
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Identify PNP and NPN Transistors
• Record the different specification
of transistors using data
book/web site
• Identify different transistors with
respect to different packaging
styles, power, switching transistor,
heat sinks
• Measure E-B, C-B & C-E terminal
resistances and infer.
• Construct and test a transistor
based switching circuit to control
a relay (use Relays of different coil
voltages and Transistors of
different P )
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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 P 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 Transistor power ratings &
packaging styles, use of different heat
sinks.
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Construct a Transistorized
amplifier vary the gain by
changing the circuit components
Amplifier
• Construct and test voltage divider
bias
• Construct and Test a common
emitter amplifier with and
without bypass capacitors
• Construct and Test common
base amplifier
• Construct and Test common
collector/emitter follower
amplifier
• Construct and Test Darlington
amplifier
• Construct and test a two stage RC
Coupled amplifier
• Construct and test a Class B
complementary push pull
amplifier
• Construct and test class C
Tuned amplifier
• Demonstrate Colpitts oscillator,
Hartley oscillator circuits
• Construct and test a RC phase shift
oscillator circuits
• Construct and test a crystal
oscillator circuits
• Demonstrate Astable,
monostable, bistable circuits using
transistors.
Wave shaping circuits
• Construct and test shunt clipper
• Construct and test series and dual
clipper circuit using diodes
• Construct and test clamper circuit
using diodes
• Construct and test Schmitt trigger
circuit using transistors
Power Electronic Components
• Identify FET transistors and
record main parameters from the
Data book
• Test the given FET using multi
meter
• Construct and test a FET Amplifier
• Identify SCRs of different ratings
and the packages
• Test different SCRs using a Multi
meter and component tester
• Construct a test circuit to test SCRs
• Construct a test circuit of SCR
using UJT triggering
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Transistor (CB, CE & CC)
Configurations and their characteristics
and applications Transistor
biasing
circuits and stabilization Techniques.
Classification of amplifiers according to
frequency, mode of operation, methods of
coupling, Voltage amplifiersvoltage
gain, loading effect.
Configuration
of
common emitter, common base, common
collector transistor, their definition
characteristics
and applications. Single
stage CE amplifier, (CC amplifier) emitter
follower circuit and its advantages RC
coupled amplifier, Distinguish between
voltage and power amplifier, Push pull
amplifier and class C tuned amplifier Alpha,
beta, voltage gain, Concept of dB dBm.
Feedback and its Types Introduction to
positive feedback and requisites of an
oscillator, Study of Colpitts, Hartley, Crystal
and RC oscillators.Types of multi vibrators
and study of circuit diagrams
Diode shunt clipper circuits and Clamping
/limiting
circuits
and
their
applications.Schmitt trigger circuits
Construction of FET, differentiate it with
BJT. Purpose of Gate, Drain and source
terminals and voltage / current relations
between them, Impedances between
various terminals. Interpret the main
parameters of the FET. Suitability of FET
amplifiers in measuring device
applications. Working of power
electronic components such as SCR, TRIAC,
DIAC and UJT.
Identify different heat sinks used
with SCRs.
• Construct a snubber circuit for
protecting SCR use freewheeling
diode to reduce back emf.
• Construct and test solid state
relay.
• Construct a jig circuit to test DIAC
• Identify and test a TRIAC using
multi meter
• Construct a simple dimmer circuit
using TRIAC
• Identify and Test a UJT using multi
meter
• Construct UJT based free
running oscillator and change its
frequency.
MOSFET & IGBT:
• Identify MOSFET by its number
• Identify different heat sinks used
with various power MOSFET
devices.
• Construct MOSFET test circuit
with a small load
• Identify IGBT by its number
• Construct IGBT test circuit with a
small load
Opto Electronics:
• Identify different types of LEDs
• Test LEDs using DC supply and
measure voltage drop and current
using multimeter
• Identify and test LDR, Identify
photo voltaic cell
• Construct a circuit to test a photo
voltaic cell
• Construct a circuit to switch a
lamp load using photo diode
• Construct a circuit to switch a
lamp load using photo transistor.
• Identify Opto coupler input and
output terminals
and measure the quantum of
isolation between
i/o terminals (Opto Transistor,
TRIAC and SCR)
and operate a Relay by connecting
a switch
Basic SMD (2,3,4 terminal
components):
• Identification of 2,3,4 terminal
SMD components
• De-solder the SMD components
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Working of MOSFET, Power
MOSFET and IGBT - their types,
characteristics, switching speed, power
ratings and protection.
Differentiate FET with MOSFET,
differentiate a Transistor with IGBT.
Working and application of LED, IR LEDs,
Photo diode ,photo transistor, its
characteristics and application, optical
sensor, opto-couplers, circuits with opto
isolators, characteristics of LASER diodes
Introduction to SMD technology
Identification of 2,3,4 terminal SMD
components, advantages of SMD
components over conventional lead
components
from the given PCB
Solder the SMD components in the
same PCB
• Check for cold continuity of PCB
• Identification of loose /dry solder,
broken tracks
on printed wired assemblies
Basic Gates:
• Identify different Logic Gates
(AND, OR, NAND, NOR, X-OR, XNOR, NOT ICs) by the number
printed on them and draw I/O pinout numbers.
• Verify the truth tables of all Logic
Gate ICs by connecting switches
and LEDs.
• Construct and verify the truth
table of all the gates using NAND
and NOR gates
• Use digital IC tester to test the
various
digital ICs (TTL and CMOS)
Combinational Circuits:
• Construct Half Adder circuit and
verify the truth table.
• Construct Full adder and verify the
truth table.
• Construct the Adder cum
Subtractor and verify the result
• Construct and Test a 2 to 4
Decoder
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Construct and Test a 4 to 2
Encoder
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Construct and Test a 4 to 1
Multiplexer
• Construct and Test a 1 to 4 De
Multiplexer
Flip Flops:
• Identify different Flip-Flop (ICs)
by the number printed on them
• Construct and test four bit latch
using 7475.
• Verify the truth tables of Flip-Flop
ICs (RS, D, T, JK, MSJK) by
connecting switches and LEDs
Electronic circuit simulation
software
• Prepare simple digital and
electronic circuits using the
software
• Simulate and test the prepared
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Introduction to solder paste and machine.
Soldering of SM assemblies - Reflow
soldering
Tips for selection of hardware, Inspection
of SM
Introduction to Digital Electronics.
Difference between analog and digital
signals, Logic families and their
comparison, Logic levels of TTL and CMOS.
Number systems (Decimal,
binary,
octal,
Hexadecimal) BCD code, ASCII code and
code conversions. Logic Gates and their
truth tables, propagation delay, power
dissipation and noise immunity
Combinational logic circuits such as Half
Adder, Full adder, Parallel Binary adders,
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.. Concept of encoder and decoder,
Need for multiplexing of data. 1:4 line
Multiplexer /De-multiplexer.
Introduction to Flip-Flop. 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, Master-Slave flip flops
and Timing diagrams, Basic flip flop
applications like data storage , data
transfer and frequency division.
Study the library components available in
the circuit simulation software. Various
resources of the software.
digital and analog circuits
Convert the prepared circuit into a
layout diagram.
• Explore various troubleshooting
and fault finding resources
provided in the simulation
software.
Counter & shift Registers:
• Construct and test a four bit
asynchronous binary counter
using 7493.
• Construct and test 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 using
74190 and monitor the output on
LEDs.
• Identify and test common anode
and common cathode seven
segment LED display using multi
meter
• Display the two digit count value
on seven segment display using
decoder/driver ICs.
• Construct a 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
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Construct and test bidirectional
shift registers
Op – Amp & Timer 555 Applications:
• Use analog IC tester to test the
various analog ICs
• Construction and testing of
various Op-Amp circuits Inverting,
Non-inverting and Summing
Amplifiers
• Construct and test Differentiator
and Integrator
• Construct and test a zero crossing
detector
• Construct and test
Instrumentation amplifier
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Basics of Counters, types 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. Types of seven segment display,
BCD display, BCD to decimal decoder. BCD
to 7 segment display circuits,
Basics of Register, types and application of
Registers.
Block diagram and Working of Op-Amp,
importance, Ideal characteristics,
advantages and applications.
Schematic diagram of 741, symbol, Non
inverting voltage amplifier, inverting
voltage amplifier, summing amplifier,
Comparator, zero cross detector,
differentiator, integrator and
instrumentation amplifier, other popular
Op-Amps.
Block diagram of 555, functional
description w.r.t. different configurations
of 555 such as mono stable, Astable and
Construct and test a Binary
weighted and R-2R Ladder type
Digital-to-Analog Converters.
• Construct and test Astable timer
circuit using IC 555
• Construct and test mono stable
timer circuit using IC 555
• Construct and test VCO (V to F
Converter) using IC 555
• Construct and test 555 timers as
pulse width modulator
Digital Storage Oscilloscope:
• Identify the different front panel
control of a DSO.
• Measure the Amplitude,
Frequency and time period of
typical electronic signals using
DSO
• Store a portion of signal waveform
using DSO.
• Take a print of a signal from DSO
by connecting it to a printer
• Construct and test function
generator
using IC 8038
PCB Rework:
Practical will be conducted at
Industry
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VCO operations for various application
Block diagram of DSO/CRO and
applications of DSO/CRO application of
digital CRO, block diagram of function
generator. Differentiate a CRO with DSO.
Advantages of DSO. Major features of DSO.
ESD Control in Electronics
Introduction to Static charges, Prevention
of Static charges, Handling of static
sensitive devices, Various standards for
ESD
Introduction to non soldering
interconnections
Introduction to crimping, wire wrapping,
Conductive adhesives, Chip on Board, Tape
Automated bonding.
Introduction to components, Printed
Circuit Boards
Introduction to components, Construction
of Printed Circuit Boards(single, Double,
multi-layer), Important tests for PCBs
Soldering guns
Different types of soldering guns, related to
Temperature and wattages, types of tips.
Solder materials and their grading.
Selection of a soldering gun for specific
requirement.
Soldering and De-soldering stations and
their specifications.
Reliable Soldering Practices (Manual)
Fundamentals of soldering technology,
Materials selection like solder, flux and
cleaning solvents, Usage of correct tools,
Component mounting, Solderability testing,
Process for soldering Inspection of solder
joints, Defects of soldered joints
Introduction to Surface Mount
Technology (SMT)
Introduction to surface mount technology –
advantages Surface Mount components and
packages, Introduction to solder paste
(flux), Soldering of SM assemblies - Reflow
soldering
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Protection devices:
• Identify different types of fuses
along with fuse holders.
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Electrical control circuits:
• Measure the coil winding
resistance of the given motor
• Prepare the setup and Control an
induction motor using a DOL
Starter.
•
Construct a direction control
circuit to change direction of an
induction motor
• Connect an overload relay and test
for its proper functioning.
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Electronic Cables & Connectors:
Practical will be conducted at
Industry
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Tips for selection of hardware, Inspection
of SM.
Rework and Repair of Printed Circuit
board assemblies
Introduction to rework and repair concepts
Types of conformal coating and its removal
methods
Rework of through hole and surface mount
soldered joints
Repair of damaged track
Repair of damaged pad
Repair of Plated through hole
Repair of solder mask
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.
Fundamentals of single phase Induction
motors, synchronous speed, slip, rotor
frequency, torque - speed characteristics,
Starters used for Induction motors.
Cable signal diagram conventions
Classification of electronic cables as per the
application w.r.t. insulation, gauge, current
capacity, flexibility etc. different types of
connector & their terminations to the
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Communication electronics:
• Modulate and Demodulate various
signals using AM and FM on the
trainer kit and observe waveforms
• Construct and test IC based AM
Receiver
• Construct and test IC based FM
transmitter
• Construct and test IC based FM
Receiver
• Dismantle the given FM receiver
set and identify different stages
( AM section, audio amplifier section
etc)
• Modulate and Demodulate a signal
using PAM,PPM,PWM Techniques
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Microcontroller (8051)
• Identify various ICs & their
functions on the given
Microcontroller Kit
• Identify the address range of RAM
& ROM.
• Write data into RAM & observe its
volatility
• Measure the crystal frequency,
connect it to the controller.
• Identify the port pins of the
controller & configure the ports
for Input & Output operation
• Connect an input switch & control
a lamp using necessary program
• Demonstrate the initialization,
load & turn on a LED with delay
using Timer.
• Demonstrate the use of a Timer as
an Event counter to count
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cables.
Male / Female type DB connectors,
Ethernet 10 Base cross over cables and pin
out assignments, UTP and STP, SCTP Cables
Cable trays.
Different types of connectors Servo 0.1”
connectors, FTP, RCA,BNC,HDMI
Audio/video connectors like
XLR,RCA(phono),6.3mm
PHONO,3.5/2.5mm PHONO,
BANTAM,SPEAKON, DIN, mini DIN, RF
connectors, USB, Fire wire, SATA
Connectors, VGA,DVI connectors, MIDI etc.
Radio Wave Propagation -Principle, Fading,
Need for Modulation, types of modulation.
Demodulation techniques.
Fundamentals of Antenna, various
parameters, types of Antennas &
application. Introduction to AM, FM & PM,
SSB-SC & DSB-SC, block diagram of AM and
FM transmitter. FM Generation & Detection
Radio Receivers: Types, Super heterodyne
receiver Blocks, Principle, characteristics,
advantages and disadvantages, Block
diagram of FM Receives, RF, IF & AF
Amplifier Sections, AM/FM RF Alignment.
Digital modulation and demodulation
techniques, sampling, quantization &
encoding. Concept of multiplexing and de
multiplexing of AM/FM/PAM/ PPM /PWM
signals.
Introduction to 8051 Microcontroller,
architecture, pin details & the bus system.
Function of different ICs used in the
Microcontroller
Kit.
Differentiate
microcontroller with microprocessor.
Interfacing
of
memory
to
the
microcontroller.
Internal
hardware
resources of microcontroller. I/O port pin
configuration. Different variants of 8051 &
their resources. Register banks & their
functioning. SFRs & their configuration for
different applications. Utilization of on chip
resources such as ADC. Availability of
assembly software & complier for 8051.
Application of microcontroller in domestic,
consumer & industries. Comparative study
of 8051 with 8052. Introduction to PIC
Architecture.
external events.
Demonstrate entering of simple
programs, execute & monitor the
results
Sensors .Transducers and
Applications
• Identify sensors used in process
industries such as RTDs,
Temperature ICs, Thermocouples,
proximity switches (inductive,
capacitive and photo electric), load
cells, strain gauge. LVDT by their
appearance
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Analog IC Applications
Make simple projects/Applications
using ICs 741, 723, 555, 7106,
7107 Sample projects:
• Laptop protector
• Mobile cell phone charger
• Battery monitor
• Metal detector
• Mains detector
• Lead acid battery charger
• Smoke detector
• Solar charger
• Emergency light
• Water level controller
• Door watcher
(Instructor will pick up any five of the
projects for implementation)
Digital IC Applications
Make simple projects/Applications
using various digital ICs ( digital
display, event counter, stepper
motor driver etc)
• Duty cycle selector
• Frequency Multiplier
• Digital Mains Resumption Alarm
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Basics of passive and active transducers.
Role,
selection and characteristics.
Working principles of RTD, PT-100
Thermocouple, Sensor voltage and current
formats. Thermistors - salient features operating range, composition, advantages
and disadvantages. Thermocouples - basic
principle - commonly used combinations,
operating range, advantages and
disadvantages. Strain gauges - principle,
gauge factor, types of strain gauges.
Load cell -definition, uses, working of
strain gauge load cell. Principle of
operation of capacitive transducers,advantages and disadvantages Principle of
operation of inductive transducers,advantages and disadvantages Principle of
operation of LVDT-its advantages and
disadvantages Proximity sensors applications, working principles of eddy
current , capacitive and inductive
proximity sensors
Discussion on the identified projects with
respect to data of the concerned ICs,
components used in the project
Discussion on the identified projects with
respect to data of the concerned ICs,
components used in the project
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Digital Lucky Random number
generator
• Dancing LEDs
• Count down timer
• Clap switch
• Stepper motor control
• Digital clock
• Event counter
• Remote jammer
(Instructor will pick up any five of the
projects for implementation)
Fiber optic communication:
• Identify the resources and their
need on the given fiber optic
trainer kit
• Make optical fiber setup to
transmit and receive analog and
digital data
• Demonstrate FM modulation
and demodulation using OFC
trainer kit using audio signal and
voice link
• Demonstrate PWM modulation
and demodulation using OFC
trainer kit using audio signal and
voice link
• Demonstrate PPM modulation
and demodulation using OFC
trainer kit using audio signal and
voice link
Digital panel Meter:
Practical will be conducted at
Industry
SMPS:
Practical will be conducted at
Industry
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Introduction to optical fiber as a
transmission media, its advantages over
other media, properties of optic fiber,
testing, losses , types of fiber optic cables
and specifications. Encoding of light.
Fiber optic joints, splicing, testing and the
related equipments/measuring tools,
precautions to be taken laying of cables,
safety aspects while handling optical
cables.
Different types of seven segment displays,
decoders and driver IC s for them. Concept
of multiplexing and its advantages.
Block diagrams of 7106 and 7107 and their
configuration for different measurements.
Use of DPM (Digital Panel Meter) with
seven segment displays to display different
voltage &current signals.
Principles of working of LCD. Different
sizes of LCDs. Decoder/Driver ICs used
with LCDs and their pin-out diagrams.
Scrolling displays and its design.
Use of DPM ( Digital Panel Meter) with LCD
to display different voltage & current
signals
Concept and block diagram of manual,
automatic and servo voltage stabilizer, o/p
voltage adjustment, voltage cutoff systems,
study of different types of relays used in
stabilizer. Block Diagram of Switch mode
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UPS:
Practical will be conducted at
Industry
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Solar Power (Renewable Energy
System)
Practical will be conducted at
Industry
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Cell phones
• Dismantle, identify the parts
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power supplies and their working
principles
Various types of chopper circuits step-up,
step down, inverting types.
Introduction to DC-DC Converters
ICs used for converting DC- DC, block
diagrams and their pin outs. Applications
of DC-DC converters
Concept of UPS,
Difference between Inverters and UPS.
Basic block diagram of UPS & operating
principle,-explanation of rectifier, battery,
inverter, static transfer switch.
Types of UPS : Off line UPS, On line UPS,
Line interactive UPS & their comparison
UPS specifications. Load power factor &
types of indications & protections
UPS circuit description and working controlling circuits, Micro controller
circuits, power circuits, charging circuits,
alarm circuits, Indicator circuits.
Three phase UPS Circuits.
Installation of single phase & three phase
UPS
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.
Protection circuits used in inverters–
battery level, over load, over charging etc.
Various faults and its rectification
Need for renewable energy sources, Solar
energy as a renewable resource. Materials
used for solar cells. Principles of
conversion of solar light into electricity.
Basics of photovoltaic’s cell. Types of solar
cells. Mono crystalline and poly crystalline
PV cells.
Define Components like Solar cell,
Module, panel and Arrays. Factors that
influence the output of a PV module. SPV
systems and the key benefits. Difference
between SPV and conventional power.
Define solar charge controller or regulator
and its role.
Safety precautions while working with
solar systems.
Introduction to mobile communication,
concept cell site, hand off, frequency reuse,
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and assemble different types of
block diagram and working of cell phones,
smart phones
cell phone features, GSM and CDMA
Dismantle the cell phone/smart
technology. Use IEMI number to trace
phone replace the display
lost/misplaced mobile phone.
Dismantle the cell phone/smart
phone remove the key pad and
clean it, test for the continuity of
the matrix/tracks
Interface the cell phone/smart
phone to the PC and transfer the
data
Enhance the memory capacity of
the cell phone/smart phone
Connect internet on cell phone and
browse popular web sites
Flash the various brands of cell
phone/smart phone ( at least 3)
Upgrade the OS
Format the cell phone/smart
phone for virus( approach the
mobile repair shop/service
centre)
Unlock the handsets through
codes and software
Identify the defective parts and
rectify.
Clean the water damage sets using
CTC with vibrator tubs
Replace various faulty parts like
mic, speaker, data/charging/audio
jack etc.
Revision & Examination
NOTE: - Maximum uses of video demonstration and other IT based teaching aids
may be adopted to deliver the theoretical knowledge.
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Syllabus for
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
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GENERAL INFORMATION
(Employability Skill)
3.
Name of the subject
Hours of Instruction
Examination
: EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
: 110 Hrs.
: 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.
1.
2.
AND
Must have studies English/Communication Skills and
Basic Computer at 12th /Diploma level and above.
OR
Existing Social Studies Instructors duly trained in
Employability Skills from DGET Institute.
5. Instructor
: One full time regular instructor shall be engaged on
every 240 numbers of trainees for teaching subject
“Employability Skills”. One additional full time regular
instructor would be required on increase in every 240
trainees.
Whatever the trainees are less than 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.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Topics
Allotted Hours
English Literacy
I.T. Literacy
Communication Skills
SUB TOTAL:
Entrepreneurship Skills
Productivity
Occupational safety , health
and Environment Education
Labour Welfare
Legislation
Quality Tools
SUB TOTAL:
TOTAL
20 hrs.
20 hrs.
15 hrs.
55
15 hrs.
10 hrs.
15 hrs.
Marks
Allotted
9
9
7
25
6
5
6
05 hrs.
3
10 hrs.
55
110 hrs.
5
25
50
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To be
covered in
Block – I
Detail of Syllabus
1. English Literacy
Hours of Instruction: 20 Hrs.
Marks Allotted: 09
Accentuation (mode of pronunciation) on simple words, Diction
Pronunciation
(use of word and speech)
Transformation of sentences, Voice change, Change of tense,
Functional
Spellings.
Grammar
Reading and understanding simple sentences about self, work and
Reading
environment
Construction of simple sentences Writing
Writing
simple English
Speaking / Spoken Speaking with preparation on self, on family, on friends/ classmates,
on know, picture reading gain confidence through role-playing and
English
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
Basics of Operating System, WINDOWS, The user interface of
Operating System 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 Basic operating of Word Processing, Creating, opening and closing
and 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
Basic
of computer Networks (using real life examples), Definitions of
Computer
Networking and Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), Internet,
Concept of Internet (Network of Networks),
INTERNET
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.
Allotted: 07
Topic
Contents
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Marks
Introduction to
Communication
Skills
Listening Skills
Motivational Training
Communication and its importance
Principles of Effective communication
Types of communication - verbal, non verbal, written,
email, talking on phone.
Non verbal communication -characteristics, componentsPara-language
Body - language
Barriers to communication and dealing with barriers.
Handling nervousness/ discomfort.
Listening-hearing and listening, effective listening, barriers
to effective listening guidelines for effective listening.
Triple- A Listening - Attitude, Attention &
Adjustment.
Active Listening Skills.
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
Do's & Don'ts for an interview
Behavioral Skills
Problem Solving
Confidence Building
Attitude
4. Entrepreneurship Skills Hour of Instruction: 15 Hrs.
Marks
Allotted: 06
Concept of
Entrepreneur - Entrepreneurship - Enterprises:-Conceptual
Entrepreneurship
issue
Entrepreneurship vs. management, Entrepreneurial
motivation. Performance & Record, Role & Function of
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Project Preparation &
Marketing analysis
Institutions Support
Investment Procurement
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, 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.
Marks Allotted: 05
Personal / Workman - Incentive, Production linked Bonus,
Benefits
Affecting Factors
Comparison with
developed countries
Improvement in living standard.
Industry
Nation.
Skills, Working Aids, Automation, Environment, Motivation How
improves or slows down.
Comparative productivity in developed countries (viz. Germany,
Japan and Australia) in selected industries e.g. Manufacturing, Steel,
Mining, Construction etc. Living standards of those countries, wages.
Banking processes, Handling ATM, KYC registration, safe cash
handling, Personal risk and Insurance.
Personal Finance
Management
7. 6. Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Education Hour of Instruction:
15 Hrs.
Marks Allotted: 06
Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health importance of safety
Safety & Health
Occupational
Hazards
Accident & safety
First Aid
Basic Provisions
and health at workplace.
Basic Hazards, Chemical Hazards, Vibroacoustic Hazards, Mechanical
Hazards, Electrical Hazards, Thermal Hazards. Occupational health,
Occupational hygienic, Occupational Diseases/ Disorders & its
prevention.
Basic principles for protective equipment.
Accident Prevention techniques - control of accidents and
safety measures.
Care of injured & Sick at the workplaces, First-Aid & Transportation
of sick person
Idea of basic provision of safety, health, welfare under legislation of
India.
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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 Hour of Instruction: 05 Hrs.
Marks Allotted: 03
Welfare Acts
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.
8. Quality Tools
Quality Consciousness
Quality Circles
Quality Management
System
House Keeping
Quality Tools
Hour of Instruction: 10 Hrs.
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 Housekeeping, Practice of good Housekeeping.
Basic quality tools with a few examples
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Tools & Equipments for Employability Skills:
Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name of the Equipment
Computer (PC) with latest configurations and Internet
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
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GENERAL INFORMATION
(Engineering Drawing)
1.
2.
3.
Name of the Subject
: ENGINEERING DRAWING
Hours of Instruction
: 310 hrs.
Instructor Qualification : Degree in Engineering with one year experience
OR
Diploma in Engineering with two years
experience
OR
NTC/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 144 engineering 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
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
Topics
(Total duration – 310 hrs.)
Engineering Drawing: Introduction and its importance
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Relationship to other technical drawing types
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Conventions
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Viewing of engineering drawing sheets.
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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.
3.
Lines :
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Definition, types and applications in Drawing as per BIS SP:46-2003
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Classification of lines (Hidden, centre, construction, Extension,
Dimension, Section)
4.
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Drawing lines of given length (Straight, curved)
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Drawing of parallel lines, perpendicular line
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Methods of Division of line segment
Drawing of Geometrical Figures: Definition, nomenclature and practice of - Angle:
Measurement and its types, method of bisecting.
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Triangle -different types
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Rectangle, Square, Rhombus, Parallelogram.
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Circle and its elements.
5.
Lettering and Numbering as per BIS SP46-2003: - Single Stroke, Double Stroke, inclined,
Upper case and Lower case.
6.
Dimensioning:
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Definition, types and methods of dimensioning (functional, nonfunctional and
auxiliary)
7.
8.
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Types of arrowhead
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Leader Line with text
Free hand drawing of
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Lines, polygons, ellipse, etc.
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geometrical figures and blocks with dimension
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Transferring measurement from the given object to the free hand sketches.
Sizes and Layout of Drawing Sheets
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Basic principle of Sheet Size
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Designation of sizes
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Selection of sizes
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9.
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Title Block, its position and content
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Borders and Frames (Orientation marks and graduations)
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Grid Reference
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Item Reference on Drawing Sheet (Item List)
Method of presentation of Engineering Drawing
- Pictorial View
- Orthogonal View
- Isometric view
10.
Symbolic Representation (as per BIS SP:46-2003) of :
Fastener (Rivets, Bolts and Nuts) - Bars and profile sections
- Weld, brazed and soldered joints.
- Electrical and electronics element
- Piping joints and fittings
11.
Construction of Scales and diagonal scale
12.
Practice of Lettering and Title Block
13.
Dimensioning practice:
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Position of dimensioning (unidirectional, aligned, oblique as per BIS SP:46-2003)
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Symbols preceding the value of dimension and dimensional tolerance.
Text of dimension of repeated features, equidistance elements, circumferential
objects.
14.
Construction of Geometrical Drawing Figures:
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Different Polygons and their values of included angles. Inscribed and Circumscribed
polygons.
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Conic Sections (Ellipse & Parabola)
15.
Drawing of Solid figures (Cube, Cuboids, Cone, Prism, Pyramid, Frustum of Cone and
Pyramid.) with dimensions.
16.
Free Hand sketch of hand tools and measuring tools used in respective trades.
17.
Projections:
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Concept of axes plane and quadrant.
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Orthographic projections
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Method of first angle and third angle projections (definition and difference)
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Symbol of 1st angle and 3rd angle projection as per IS specification.
18.
Drawing of Orthographic projection from isometric/3D view of blocks
19.
Orthographic Drawing of simple fastener (Rivet, Bolts, Nuts & Screw)
20.
Drawing details of two simple mating blocks and assembled view.
21.
22.
CRO: Block diagram of Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO). Block diagram of
Digital storage Oscilloscope (DSO). Front panel view of CRO &
DSO.
Surface Mounting devices (SMD):Front panel view of SMD station. IC package of SMD.
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24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
Electrical Protective Devices:Symbol of MCB (Miniature Circuit Breaker), ELCB (Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker), DOL
starter, Relays.
Microcontroller:Block diagram of 8051. Pin configuration of
8051.
Modulation: - Block diagram of super Heterodyne Radio Receiver. Block diagram of AM and
FM receiver.
Power supply: Block diagram of SMPS.
Block diagram of UPS-ONLINE, OFFLINE, LINE INTERACTING.
Symbol of electronic component:A. Thermocouple
B. Strain Gauge
C. LVDT(Linear variable differential transformer)
D. Proximity Sensor
DTH system:Block diagram connections of Home system. Direct To Home(DTH).
Cell Phone:Block diagram of cell phone receiver system.
Generator:Front panel control for function Generator.
Project related Drawings:A. Dancing LED's
B. Smoke detector
C. Mobile charger
D. Metal detector
- Solution of NCVT test papers.
Revision
Examination
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LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENTS
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No.
1.
NAME OF TOOLS / EQUIPMENTS
QUANTITY
Drawing Board
20 NOS.
2.
Models : Solid & cut section
As required
3.
Table for trainees
20 NOS.
4.
Stool for trainees
20 NOS.
5.
Cupboard (big)
01 NO
6.
White Board (size: 8ft. x 4ft.)
01 NO
7.
Trainer's Table
01 NO
8.
Trainer's Chair
01 NO
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Syllabus for
Workshop Calculation & Science
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GENERAL INFORMATION
(Workshop Calculation & Science)
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
:
Craft Instructor Certificate in RoD & A course under NCVT.
6. Instructor: One full time instructor is required for 144 engineering 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 CALCULATION AND SCIENCE
(Total duration – 220 hrs.)
Topic
Workshop Calculation
No
1. Unit: Systems of unit- FPS, CGS, MKS/SI
unit, unit of length, Mass and time,
Conversion of units
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fractions: Fractions, Decimal fraction,
L.C.M., H.C.F., Multiplication and Division of
Fractions and Decimals, conversion of
Fraction to Decimal and vice versa. Simple
problems using Scientific Calculator.
Square Root: Square and Square Root,
method of finding out square roots, Simple
problem using calculator.
Ratio & Proportion :
Simple calculation on related problems.
Percentage:
Introduction,
Simple
calculation. Changing percentage to decimal
and fraction and vice-versa.
6.
Algebra:
Addition,
Subtraction,
Multiplication, Division, Algebraic formula,
Linear equations (with two variables).
7.
Mensuration: Area and perimeter of
square, rectangle, parallelogram, triangle,
circle, semi circle, Volume of solids - cube,
cuboid, cylinder and Sphere.
Surface area of solids -cube, cuboid, cylinder
and Sphere.
8.
Trigonometry:
Trigonometrical ratios, measurement of
angles. Trigonometric tables
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Workshop Science
Material Science : properties -Physical
& Mechanical, Types -Ferrous & NonFerrous, 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.
Mass ,Weight and Density :
Mass, Unit of Mass, Weight, difference
between mass and weight, Density, unit
of density, specific gravity of metals.
Speed and Velocity: Rest and motion,
speed, velocity, difference between speed
and velocity, acceleration, retardation,
equations of motions, simple related
problems.
Work, Power and Energy: work, unit of
work, power, unit of power, Horse power
of engines,
Mechanical efficiency, energy, use of
energy, potential and kinetic energy,
examples of potential energy and kinetic
energy.
Heat & Temperature: Heat and
temperature, their units, difference
between heat and temperature, boiling
point,
melting
point,
scale
of
temperature, relation between different
scale of temperature, Thermometer,
pyrometer, transmission of heat,
conduction, convection, radiation.
Basic Electricity: Introduction, use of
electricity, how electricity is produced,
Types of current_ AC, DC, their
comparison, voltage, resistance, their
units. Conductor, insulator, Types of
connections - series, parallel, electric
power, Horse power, energy, unit of
electrical energy.
Levers and Simple Machines:
levers and its types. Simple Machines,
Effort and Load, Mechanical Advantage,
Velocity Ratio, Efficiency of machine,
Relationship between Efficiency, velocity
ratio and Mechanical Advantage.
Elasticity: Stress, strain, Modulus of
elasticity, elastic limit, Hooks law,
young’s modulus.
9.
Indices: Laws of indices related problems.
Quadratic Equation: Introduction, solution
of simple Quadratic equation and related
problems.
10. Solution of simple A.C. circuit with R.L.C.
Calculation of power factor etc.
11. A.C Waveform Calculation: Calculation of
r.m.s, average, instantaneous value, peak
value. Peak to peak value, Frequency and
wavelength calculation and their
relationship
12. Series And Parallel Connection of Electrical
and Electronic components:
1. Calculation Series and parallel connection
of 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.
13. Power supply: Calculation of SMPS,
regulation, Calculation of load and wattage
for selection of UPS, calculate of back up
time of Battery related to UPS and Load,
calculate of voltage regulation , firing angle
calculation of ripple factor, voltage
regulation of DC voltage. Calculate the
regulation of solar power.
14. Motor parameters & Calculation: Speed
and frequency calculation of A.C motors, D.C
motors.
Material: Introduction, types and
properties. Uses of Conducting, Semiconducting and insulating materials.
Magnetism: Magnetic material, magnetic
field, flux density, magnetic moment,
m.m.f. Reluctance, permeability,
susceptibility, electromagnet, solenoid
and its practical applications.
Pressure:- Pneumatic pressure, PSI, bar,
atmospheric pressure, pressure gauge
and absolute pressure, Heat treatment
process.
Power transmission by shaft, belts and
ropes.
Friction: Law of friction, co-efficient of
friction, angle of friction, advantage and
disadvantage of friction.
15. Modulation: AM/FM modulation index
calculation, calculation of Bandwidth,
Percentage of modulation in FM/AM.
Force: Resolution and Composition of
forces. Representation of forces by
vectors, simple problems on lifting
tackles like Jib wall, crane solution of
problems with the aid of vectors, General
condition of equilibrium for series of
forces on a body.
16. Number Systems: Introduction, Decimal,
Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal, BCD code, ASCII
code, Bit, Byte, KB, MB, GB, Conversion,
Gravity: Centre of Gravity, simple
experiments stable, unstable and neutral
equilibrium.
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Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication,
Division, 1st and 2s complement method, 9s
and 10s complement method.
Boolean Algebra: Simplification of Boolean
Algebra and equations.
17. Project costing: Project selection, cost of
project, Simple estimation, simple problems
on profit and loss , Balance sheet etc.
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BLOCK – II
DURATION: 09 MONTHS (39 weeks)
Industry level training
BROAD LEARNING TO BE COVERED IN INDUSTRY FOR ELECTRONICS MECHANIC
TRADE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
SL NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Safety and best practices (5S, KAIZEN etc.)
Record keeping and documentation
Identification and testing of electronic components/devices
Repair & Maintenance work
BLOCK II- INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
DURATION: 09 MONTHS (39 WEEKS)
LIST OF OPERATIONS/SKILLS TO BE COVERED DURING INDUSTRIAL
TRAINING
Identification, placement, and populate using different soldering and de-soldering
techniques for different SMD and discrete components and IC’s.
Identify defects and do rework of PCB Repairs.
Construct and test simple electrical control circuits
Identify and test various types of electrical protective devices and power devices
like MCB, ELCB, FUSES,VARIAC.
Series and parallel stacking of Rectifiers for high voltage/current applications,
use of MOSFET, IGBT, Optoelectronics devices in different power processing
systems.
Identify, prepare, terminate and test various types of electronic cables used in
various systems.
Identify different application of programmable system & test/troubleshoot the
various components of it and apply the knowledge to service different domestic
programmable systems.
Understand the operation of different process sensors, identify, wire & apply the
knowledge to test various sensors of different industrial processes by selecting
appropriate instruments.
Select a project, understand the requirements to construct the project and install
it for a domestic /commercial applications based on various analog and digital
IC’s .
Knowledge of preparation of fiber cable using crimping method and Prepare fibre
optic setup to transmit and receive various analog and digital data using fibre
optic cable by understanding various constraints and following proper care.
Identify the various applications, components, connectors and trouble shoots the
different ratings SMPS, UPS and inverter with due care and follow the safety
norms.
Understand the solar energy and various factors and instruments involved in the
generation of solar energy. Install a solar panel and connect the panel to the
inverter and batteries and test the system.
Understanding the different LED Lightings and factors associated and dismantle
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15
16
and assemble the given LED light stack, rectify the faults and follow the remedial
procedures referring to manuals.
Interface the LCD, LED DPM panels to various circuits for monitoring and testing.
Identify, operate various controls, troubleshoot and replace modules of the
LCD/LED TV & its remote.
Understanding the operations of various sensors like temperature sensors
(Thermistor/RTD/ Thermocouple), Pressure Sensors, flow Sensors also its
applications on industrial automations.
NOTE: It is suggested by the industry representatives that, if any Industry able to cover up to
75% of the syllabus by itself as suggested in the practical skills curriculum, the remaining
25% can be covered using E-media or any other training centre mutually agreed by the
industry and the Institute with an undertaking.
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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 with industry.
6. To sign MOU with ITI, industry must ensure the training facility should be
available to impart different skill sets as indicated in Block-II. At least 75% of
total skill set in Block-II to be covered in industry.
7. However, Industry should ensure 100% skill training indicated in Block-II &
necessary arrangement to be made to cover training on rest skill set (beyond
the % indicated in sl.6) in collaboration with any other related industries.
Extensive use of e-learning process may also be adopted.
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Tools & Equipments for the trade of Electronics Mechanic in Dual Training
Mode for the Institute
A. TRAINEES TOOL KIT FOR 20 TRAINEES
Sl.
No.
1.
Names of the Items
Quantity
Connecting screwdriver 100 mm
10 Nos
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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 (3 ½ digit)
Soldering Iron Changeable bits 10 W
De- soldering pump
6 Nos
10 Nos
6 Nos
8 Nos
6 Nos
10 Nos
6 Nos
10 Nos
10 Nos
6 Nos
10 Nos
B. General Machinery Shop outfit
Sl. No.
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Name of the items
Steel rule 300mm
Steel measuring tape-3 m
Tools makers vice 100mm (clamp)
Tools maker vice 50mm (clamp)
Crimping tool (pliers)
Magneto spanner set
File flat 200mm bastard
File flat 200mm second cut
File flat 200mm smooth
100mm flat pliers
100mm round Nose pliers
Scriber straight 150mm
Hammer ball pen 0.5Kg
Allen key set (set of 9)
Tubular box spanner (set of 6Nos)
Magnifying lenses 75mm
Continuity tester
Hacksaw frame adjustable
Cold chisel 20mm
Scissors 200mm
Handsaw 450mm
Hand Drill Machine
First aid kit
Fire Extinguisher
Bench Vice
Dual DC regulated power supply 30-0-30 V, 2 Amps
Quantity
4 Nos
4 Nos
1 Nos
1 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2Nos
4 Nos
4 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
1 No
1 set
2 Nos
6 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
1 No
1 No
2 Nos
1 No
2 Nos
1 No
4 Nos
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DC regulated variable power supply 0-24 V, 1Amp
LCR meter (Digital)
CRO Dual Trace 20 MHz (component testing facilities)
Signal Generator, 0-100 KHz
Battery Charger
Analog multimeter
Function generator (Triangular, square and sine wave)
Dimmer start 3 Amps
Analog Component Trainer
Op Amp trainer
Digital IC Trainer
Digital IC Tester
Digital and Analog Bread Board Trainer
Rheostats various values and ratings
POWER ELECTRONICS TRAINER with at least 6 no's of
onboard applications
Computers in the assembled form (including cabinet,
motherboards, HDD, DVD, SMPS, Monitor, KB, Mouse, LAN
card, Blu-Ray drive and player), MS Office education version.
Laptops latest configuration
Laser jet Printer
INTERNET BROADBAND CONNECTION
Electronic circuit simulation software with 6 user licenses
Different types of electronic and electrical cables, connectors,
sockets, terminations.
Different types of Analog electronic components,
digital ICs, power electronic components, general
purpose PCBs, bread board, MCB, ELCB
DSO ( colour)
2 Nos
1 No
2 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
4 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
4 Nos
3 Nos
4 Nos
1 No
6 Nos
2 Nos
4 No
Soldering & De soldering Station
SMD Soldering & De soldering Station with necessary
accessories
DOL starter
AC motor 1/4 HP
Or ELECTRICAL TRAINER FITTED WITH RESOURCES
MENTIONED ( DOL starter, contactors, relays, MCB, Motor
suitable for electrical control circuit exercises)
Frequency modulator and Demodulator trainer kit
PAM, PPM,PWM trainer kit
AM/FM Commercial radio receivers
Microcontroller kits (8051) along with programming software
(Assembly level Programming)
Application kits for Microcontrollers 6 different applications
Sensor trainer kit ( containing Various sensors like
Thermocouple, RTD, Thermocouple, load cell, strain gauge,
LVDT, smoke sensors, speed sensor )
Various analog and digital ICs useful for doing project works
mentioned in the digital and analog IC applications modules
1 No
2 Nos
4 Nos
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
As
required
As required
1 No
1 No
1 No
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
4 Nos
1 set
2 Nos
As required
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Different types of electronic and electrical cables,
connectors, sockets, terminations.
Fiber optic communication trainer
Seven segment DPM
LCD based DPM
SMPS of different make
UPS trainer
UPS 3 KVA with backup time minimum 30 minutes
Mobile phone (different models) at least one 3 G mobile
Smart phones of different make (android/Windows)
Precision set of screw drivers- T5, T6, T7
Tweezers - Bend tip
Cell phone power source with charger chords for different cell
phones
LCD TV (Trainer kit )
LCD TV (21")
LED TV (Trainer kit )
LED TV (21")
Home theatre system
Solar Power Inverter 500VA
LED lighting system
As required
2 Nos
6 Nos
6 Nos
4 Nos
1No
1 No
3 Nos
4 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
1 No
2 No
1 No
2 No
1No
1 No
2 sets
C. WORKSHOP FURNITURE:
Sl.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name of the items
Instructor’s table
Instructor’s chair
Metal Rack, 100cm x 150cm x 45cm
Lockers with 16 drawers standard size
Steel Almirah, 2.5 m x 1.20 m x 0.5 m
Black board/white board
Quantity
1 No
2 Nos
4 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
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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:a. “*” represents practical conducted at ITI
b. “**” represents practical conducted at Industry at the end of training
c. 40% pass marks for theory subjects and 60% pass marks for practical
d. 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:
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:
1
2
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LIST OF TRADE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Sl no.
1
2
3
4.
5
6
7
8
9
Name & Designation
Smt. Sandhya Salwan, Director of
Training
Shri A Mahendran, Director
Shri Satya Shankar.BP , Director
Shri B Ashfaq Ahmed, Joint Director
Shri CS Murthy, Joint Director
Shri LK Mukherjee, Deputy Director
Shri PG Rajendran, ADT
Shri Raju Kannam, ADT
Shri Mohammad Mustafa, Engineer
10
Shri Jayachandra Aradya, Director
11
Nagaraj S, Director
Representing Organization
DGT, New Delhi
Remarks
Chairperson
FTI, Bangalore
AHI, Bangalore
AHI, Bangalore
ATI-EPI, Hyderbad
CSTARI, Kolkata
ATI-EPI, Hyderbad
AHI, Bangalore
Scientech Technologies,
Bangalore.
Silicon Micro Systems,
Bangalore
Sourish Automation, Bangalore
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
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