Assessment Criteria

Assessment Criteria
ANNEXURE 3
ASSESSABLE OUTCOME ALONGWITH ASSESSMENT CRITERIA TO BE ACHIEVED AFTER EACH
SEMESTER & COMPLETION OF QUALIFICATION
i) The training shall be conducted as per syllabus defined in Section 10 of Competency-based
curriculum for the trade of ELECTRICIAN under Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS).
ii) The trainee shall demonstrate the competencies which are defined below in assessable outcome and
assessment criteria.
Electrician/Semester-1
ASSESSABLE OUTCOMES
1. Apply safe working
practices
2. Comply environment
regulation and housekeeping.
3. Interpret & use company
terminology and technical
communication.
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
1.1 Follow and maintain procedures to achieve a safe working environment in line
with occupational health and safety regulations and requirements and according
to site policy.
1.2 Recognize and report all unsafe situations according to site policy.
1.3 Identify and take necessary precautions on fire and safety hazards and report
according to site policy and procedures.
1.4 Identify, handle and store / dispose off dangerous goods and substances
according to site policy and procedures following safety regulations and
requirements.
1.5 Identify and observe site policies and procedures in regard to illness or
accident.
1.6 Identify safety alarms accurately.
1.7 Report supervisor/ Competent of authority in the event of accident or sickness
of any staff and record accident details correctly according to site accident/injury
procedures.
1.8 Identify and observe site evacuation procedures according to site policy.
1.9 Identify Personal Productive Equipment (PPE) and use the same as per
related working environment.
1.10 Identify basic first aid and use them under different circumstances.
1.11 Identify different fire extinguisher and use the same as per requirement.
2.1 Identify environmental pollution & contribute to the avoidance of instances of
environmental pollution.
2.2 Deploy environmental protection legislation & regulations
2.3 Take opportunities to use energy and materials in an environmentally friendly
manner
2.4 Avoid waste and dispose waste as per procedure
2.5 Recognize different components of 5S and apply the same in the working
environment.
3.1 Obtain sources of information and recognize information.
3.2Use and draw up technical drawings and documents.
3.3 Use documents and technical regulations and occupationally related
provisions.
3.4 Conduct appropriate and target oriented discussions with higher authority and
within the team.
3.5 Present facts and circumstances, possible solutions &use English special
terminology.
3.6 Resolve disputes within the team
3.7 Conduct written communication.
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4. Make electrical wire joints 4.1 Observe safety/ precaution during joints & soldering.
& soldering.
4.2 Make simple straight twist and rat-tail joints in single strand conductors.
4.3 Make married and ‘T’ (Tee) joint in stranded conductors.
5. Analyze, demonstrate and
test
basic
electrical
connection.
6. Prepare profile with an
appropriate accuracy as per
drawing.
7. Test, service, recharge &
installation of batteries.
8. Plan and prepare Earthing
installation.
4.4 Prepare a Britannia straight and ‘T’ (Tee) joint in bare conductors.
4.5 Prepare western union joint in bare conductor.
4.6 Solder the finished copper conductor joints with precaution.
4.7 Prepare termination of cable lugs by using crimping tool.
5.1 Identify types of wires, cables and verify their specifications.
5.2 Verify the characteristics of series, parallel and its combination circuit.
5.3 Analyze the effect of the short and open in series and parallel circuits.
5.4 Verify the relation of voltage components of R.L.C. series circuit in AC.
5.5 Determine the power factor by direct and indirect methods in an AC single
phase R, L, C parallel circuit.
5.6 Identify the phase sequence of a 3 ø supply using a phase-sequence meter.
5.7 Prepare / connect a lamp load in star and delta and determine relationship
between line and phase values with precaution.
5.8 Connect balanced and unbalanced loads in 3 phase star system and measure
the power of 3 phase loads with safety/ precaution.
6.1 Identify the trade hand tools; practice their uses with safety, care &
maintenance.
6.2 Prepare a simple half lap joint using firmer chisel with safety.
6.3. Prepare tray using sheet metal with the safety
6.4 Practice on fixing surface mounting type of accessories.
6.5 Practice on connecting of electrical accessories.
6.6 Make and wire up of a test board and test it.
7.1 Assemble a DC source 6V/500 mA using 1.5V cells.
7.2 Determine the internal resistance of cell and make grouping of cells.
7.3 Identify the parts of a battery charger and test for its operation.
7.4 Practice on charging of battery and test for its condition with safety/
precaution.
7.5 Installation and maintenance of batteries.
7.6 Maintain, service and trouble shoot a battery charger.
8.1 Install the pipe earthing and test it.
8.2 Install the plate earthing and test it.
8.3 Measure the earth electrode resistance using earth tester.
8.4
Carry out earth resistance improvement.
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Electrician/Semester-2
ASSESSABLE OUTCOMES
9. Analyze, Assemble, check
and repair electronic control
circuit.
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
9.1 Practice on soldering components on lug board with safety.
9.2 Identify the passive /active components by visual appearance, Code
number and test for their condition.
9.3 Identify the control and functional switches in CRO and measure the D.C.
& A.C. voltage, frequency and time period.
9.3 Construct and test a half & full wave rectifiers with and without filter
circuits.
9.4 Use of transistor as a switch.
9.5 Construct and test a UJT as relaxation oscillator & electronic timer.
9.6 Construct and testing of Transistor, JFET and JFET as amplifiers.
9.7 Construct and test lamp dimmer using TRIAC/DIAC with safety.
9.8 Construct and test UJT, JFET, IGBT and apply for suitable operation with
proper safety.
9.9 Construct and test the universal motor speed controller using SCR with
safety.
9.10 Operation and maintenance of inverter.
9.11 Troubleshoot, service and maintain a voltage stabilizer.
9.12 Identify the parts, trace the connection and test the DC regulated power
supply with safety.
9.13 Troubleshoot and service a DC regulated power supply.
9.14 Carryout the maintenance of UPS.
9.15 Construct and test logic gate circuits.
10. Assemble, install and test
wiring system.
11. Install, test and setup DC
machines.
10.1 Comply with safety & IE rules when performing the wiring.
10.2 Prepare and mount the energy meter board.
10.3 Draw and wire up the consumers main board with ICDP switch and
distribution fuse box.
10.4 Draw and wire up a bank/hostel/jail in PVC conduit.
10.5 Identify the types of fuses their ratings and applications.
10.6 Identify the parts of a relay, MCB & ELCB and check its operation.
10.7 Estimate the cost of material for wiring in PVC channel for an office room
having 2 lamps, 1 Fan, one 6A socket outlet and wire up.
10.8 Estimate the requirement for metal conduit wiring (3 phase) and wire up.
10.9 Estimate the materials and wire up the lighting circuit for a tunnel – Metal
circuit.
10.10 Estimate the materials and wire up a lighting circuit for a corridor in
metal conduit.
10.11 Test a domestic wiring installation by using Megger.
11 .1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms related with DC
machines.
11.2 Determine the load performance of a different type of DC generator on
load.
11.3 Test a DC machine for continuity and insulation resistance.
11.4 Connect, start, run and reverse a different type of DC motor.
11.5 Maintain, service and trouble shoot the DC motor starter.
11.6 Conduct the load performance test on different type of DC motor.
11.7 Control the speed of a DC motor by different method.
11.8 Control the speed of DC motor by using DC drive.
11.9 Maintenance, troubleshooting & servicing of DC machines.
11.10 Overhaul a DC machine.
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12.1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms related with
transformer.
12.2 Identify the types of transformers and their specifications.
12.
Install, test and
commission of transformer.
13. Select and perform
electrical/ electronic
measurement.
12.3 Identify the terminals; verify the transformation ratio of a single phase
transformer.
12.4 Connect and test a single phase auto- transformer.
12.5 Determine the losses (iron loss and copper loss) and the regulation of a
single phase transformer at different loads.
12.6 Measure the current and voltage using CT and PT.
12.7 Test the transformer oil with oil testing kit.
12.8 Connect 3 single phase transformers for 3 phase operation of - a) deltadelta b) delta-star c) star-star d) star-delta.
12.9 Connect the given two single phase transformers a) parallel b) series
(secondary only) and measure voltage.
12.10 Connect & test 3 phase transformer in parallel. (Parallel operation)
13.1 Identify the type of electrical instruments.
13.2 Determine the measurement errors while measuring resistance by
voltage drop method.
13.3 Extend the range of MC voltmeter and ammeter.
13.4 Measure the power and energy in a single & three phase circuit using
wattmeter and energy meter with CT and PT.
13.5 Test single phase energy meter for its errors.
13.6 Measure the value of resistance, voltage and current using digital
multimeter.
13.7 Measure the power factor in poly-phase circuit and verify the same with
voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter readings.
13.8 Calibrate the analog multimeter.
13.9 Measure the frequency by frequency meter.
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Electrician/Semester-3
ASSESSABLE OUTCOMES
14. Install, test and set up
AC motors.
15. Install, test and setup
Alternator and MG set.
16. Analyze, test and
perform winding.
17. Plan and execute
electrical illumination
system.
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
14.1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms related with AC
motors.
14.2 Draw circuit diagram and connect forward & reverse a 3 phase squirrel
cage induction motor.
14.3 Start, run and reverse an AC 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor by
different type of starters.
14.4 Measure the slip of 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor by tachometer
for different output. Draw slip / load characteristics of the motor.
14.5 Determine the efficiency of 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor by no
load test/ blocked rotor test and brake test.
14.6 Plot the speed torque (Slip/Torque) characteristics of slip ring induction
motor.
14.7 Control the speed of induction motor by using AC drive.
14.8 Connect, start and run a 3 phase synchronous motor.
14.9 Connect start, run and reverse the DOR of different type of single phase
motors.
14.10 Maintain, service and trouble shoot the single phase motor.
14.11 Install a single phase motor.
14.12 Overhauling of AC motors.
15.1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms related with Alternator
& MG set.
15.2 Connect start and run an alternator and build up the voltage.
15.3 Maintain, service and trouble shoot of alternator.
15.4 Determine the load performance of a 3 phase alternator.
15.5 Parallel operation of an alternator ,
a. Bright lamp method
c. Dark lamp method
b. Bright and dark lamp method
d. Synchronoscope
15.6 Installation of alternator.
15.7 Start and load a M.G set with 3 phase induction motor coupled to DC
shunt generator and build up the voltage.
15.8 Maintenance of M.G set.
15.9 Align M.G. set.
15.10 Prepare foundation for M.G. set.
16.1 Rewind the field coil , small transformer& armature winding.
16.2 Rewind a table fan and ceiling fan.
16.3 Draw winding diagram & rewind a single phase split type motor
(Concentric coil winding).
16.4 Draw winding diagram & rewind a 3 phase squired cage induction motor
(single layer distributed winding).
16.5 Draw winding diagram & rewind a 3 phase induction motor (single layer
concentric type half coil connection).
16.6 Draw winding diagram & rewind a 3 phase squired cage induction motor.
(Double layer distributed type winding)
17.1 Install light fitting with reflectors for direct and indirect lighting.
17.2 Assemble and connect a & single twin tube F.L.
17.3 Connect, install and test the H.P.M.V & H.P.S.V. lamp with accessories.
17.4 Prepare and test a decorative serial lamp set for 240 V using 6V bulb and
flasher.
17.5 Connect the neon sign with the accessories and test it.
17.6 Assemble and install solar photo voltaic light.
17.7 Install light fitting for show case window lighting.
17.7 Prepare an emergency light.
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Electrician/Semester-4
ASSESSABLE OUTCOMES
18. Assemble and wire
switch cabinets for 3 phase
AC motors.
19. Maintain, repair & test of
domestic Appliances.
20. Analyze the power plant
layout and power lines.
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
18.1 Draw the layout diagram of 3 phase AC motor control cabinet.
18.2 Mount the control elements & wiring accessories on the control panel.
18.3 Practice wiring the control cabinet for local and remote control of induction
motor.
18.4 Draw & wire up the control panel for forward/ reverse operation of
induction motor.
18.5 Practice wiring the Automatic start delta starter.
18.6 Draw & wire up control panel for sequential motor control for three motors.
18.7 Draw & wire up the control panel for a given circuit diagram and connect
the motor.
18.8 Test the control panel for all the required logics.
19.1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms related with domestic
appliances.
19.2. Service and Repair of calling bell/ buzzer/ Alarm.
19.3 Service and repair an automatic iron.
19.4 Repair and service an oven having multi-range heat control.
19.5 Replace the heating element in a kettle and test.
19.6 Service and repair an automatic toaster.
19.7 Service and repair a geyser.
19.8 Service and repair a mixer.
19.9 Service and repair of washing machine.
19.10 Install a pump set.
19.11 Service and repair a table fan.
19.12 Service, repair and install a ceiling fan.
20.1 Prepare layout plan, single line diagram of different type of power plant
and project report of all equipments and machineries of the visited plant.
20.2 Draw an overhead and domestic service line.
20.3 Erect an overhead service line pole for single phase 240v distribution
system.
20.4 Prepare the jumper and fix it.
20.5 Make a different type of joint in underground cables.
20.6 Test the underground cables for open & ground fault and also check
insulation resistance.
20.7 Prepare layout plan and single line diagram of transmission line
/Distribution substation.
20.8 Trouble shooting and servicing a circuit breaker.
20.9 Erect overhead bus bars in a workshop.
20.10 Connect feeder cable and service line to the bus bar.
Means of assessment:
Written test, practical examination/ skill test ,viva voce
Pass/Fail
For the purposes of determining the overall result, weighting of 25% is applied to each semester
examination. The minimum pass percent for Practical is 60% & minimum pass percent for Theory
subjects 40%.
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