Electronic Electronics Mechanic - National Qualification Register

Electronic Electronics Mechanic - National Qualification Register
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF SKILL DEVELOPMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF TRAINING
COMPETENCY BASED CURRICULUM
Electronic Mechanic
Electronics
(Revised in 2017)
CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
NSQF LEVEL- 5
SECTOR – Electronics & Hardware
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The DGT sincerely express appreciation for the contribution of the Industry, State
Directorate, Trade Experts, Academician and all others who contributed in revising the curriculum.
Special acknowledgement is expended by DGT to the following expert members who had
contributed immensely in this curriculum.
List of Expert Members participated for finalizing the course curric
curricula
ula of Electronics Mechanic
trade held on 13.01.2017 at CSTARI, Kolkata
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Name & Designation
Organization
Remarks
No.
Shri/Mr./Ms.
/Mr./Ms.
1.
DEEPANKAR MALLICK,
DGT, MSDE, New Delhi
Chairman
DDG (Trg.)
2.
H. V. SAMVATSAR,
CSTARI, Kolkata
Member
Director
SANJAY KUMAR
CSTARI, Kolkata
3.
Member
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Joint Director of Trg.
L. K. MUKHERJEE
Dy. Director of Trg.
R. N. BADYOPADHYAYA
Chairman
P. K. BISWAS
Sr. DGM
P. C. BHANDARI
Technical Advisor
AMALENDU JANA
Manager
VIVEK KR. SINGH
SC-D & DDO
K. RAVIKUMAR
DGM
K. C. DUTTA
Sr. Superintendent
SUMANTA MODAK,
General Manager (Works)
D. W. PATNE,
Secretary/Principal
UPENDRA KUMAR MALLICK
Dy. Director
R. K. JHA
Dy. Director of Trg.
N. R. PATTANAIK
Principal
VIVEK CHAUDHARI
CSTARI, Kolkata
Member
Board of Studies & Skill,
WBSCT&VE&SD
BHEL – PSER, Salt Lake, Sec – II
Member
J K Cement Ltd.
Kanpur
TATA Communication Pvt. Ltd.
Ultadanga, Kolkata
SAMEER Kolkata Centre
Plot – L2, Block –GP, Sec-V,
Kolkata-91
AAI, Netaji Subhash Chandra
Bose International Airport
AAI, Netaji Subhash Chandra
Bose International Airport
EVEREADY Industriess Pvt. Ltd.
(Representative of CII)
Association of Non Govt. ITI,
Maharastra
DTE&T, Odisha
Member
FTI, Jamshedpur
Member
Govt. ITI Balasore, Odisha
Member
Ujjwal ITI Nashirabad, Dist-
Member
2
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
Principal
Fr. JOSE PADAMATTAM
Principal
NIRMALYA NATH
Asst. Director of Trg.
Brindaban Das
Asst. Director of Trg.
RANADIP MITRA
Manager (HRD)
JOYDEEP PAL MAJUMDER
Asst. Work Manager
PRABHAT SAMIR PAL
Jr. Manager
SATYABADI SATAPATHY
Training Officer
25.
P. K. BAIRAGI
Training Officer
26.
B. K. NIGAM
Training Officer
RUPA MALLIK
Instructor
DEBLINA ROY
Instructor
27.
28.
29.
H. B. KOSHTI,
Craft Instructor
Jalgoan, Maharastra
Don Bosco Technical Institute,
Park Circus
CSTARI, Kolkata
Member
Member
CSTARI, Kolkata
Member
GRSE Ltd., Kolkata
Member
Rifle Factory, Ishapore, Ministry
of Defence, Govt. India, WB
GRSE Ltd., Kolkata
Member
HAL – Koraput Division,
Koraput, Odisha
CSTARI, Kolkata
Member
CSTARI, Kolkata
Member
Govt. ITI Gariahat, Kolkata – 19
Member
Don Bosco Technical Institute,
Park Circus
Govt. ITI Byculla, Mumbai 400011
Member
Member
Member
Member
MEMBERS OF SECTOR MENTOR COUNCIL
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No.
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Name & Designation
Sh/Mr./Ms.
M.R.K Naidu, Head (CR&D)
Organization
ECIL, Hyderabad
Mentor Council
Designation
Chairman
2
Pradeep Doshi , SVP
ESSCI, NewDelhi
Member
3
T. Venkataswamy, Assit. Engg.
BHEL, Hyderabad
Member
4
A Prasanna Lakshmi, Faculty
BHEL, Hyderabad
Member
5
T. Venkateswara Sharma, Sr. Officer HR
BEL, Hyderabad
Member
6
P. Chandrashekhar, MD
Techno Design Group,
Hyderabad
Member
3
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S.CH. Appa rao, Managers(operations)
BEL, Hyderabad
Member
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T. Ram Mohan Rao, Sr.Manager
BDL, Hyderabad
Member
9
B Udaya Bhaskar Rao, DGM Electronics
BDL, Hyderabad
Member
10
M Manoharan, MD
Automation Solutions,
Hyderabad
Member
11
S K Sastry, MD
EPROSYS, Hyderabad
Member
12
KBR Siva Prasad
HAL, Hyderabad
Member
DGET, MOLE, NewDelhi
Mentor
Mentor
1.
R.L Singh, DDG(T)
Members of Core Group
2.
C.S Murthy, DDT
ATI-EPI, Hyderabad
TEAM LEADER
3.
C.H Ravi , DDT
ATI-EPI, Mumbai
Member
4.
L K Mukherjee, DDT
CSTARI, Kolkata
Member
5.
N.R Aravindan JDT
NIMI, Chennai
Member
6.
C. Ramasubramanian, DDT
AHI, Bangalore
Member
7.
H.C Goyal, DDT
ATI-EPI, Dehradun
Member
8.
Avinash Kishore, ADT
DGET, MOLE, NewDelhi
Member
9.
R. Malathi, TO
RVTI(W), Bangalore
Member
10.
D K Ojha, DDT
ATI-EPI, Dehradun
Member
11.
DM Basha, TO
ATI, Mumbai
Member
12.
Ashwini Koli, JTA
RVTI (W), Bangalore
Member
13.
H N Bargal, TO
ITI, Mumbai
Member
14.
R S Nemade, TO
ITI, Mumbai
Member
15.
Z A Gadyal, JTO
ITI, Belgaum
Member
16.
M V Pillai, GI
ITI, Thane
Member
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CONTENTS
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Topics
Course Information
1.1 General,
1.2 carrier Progression pathways,
1.3 Course Structure,
1.4 Assessment and Certification
1.4.1 Pass regulation
1.4.2 Assessment Guideline
Job roles: reference NCO
NSQF Level Compliance
General information
Learning /Assessable outcome
5.1 Generic learning outcome
5.2 Specific learning out come
Learning/Assessable outcome with assessment criteria
Trade Syllabus
Syllabus - Core Skill
8.1 Workshop Calculation Science& Engineering Drawing
8.2 Employability skill
Annexure-I
List of Trade Tools & Equipment
List of Tools & Equipments for Employability Skill
Annexure-II- Format for Internal Assessment
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1. COURSE INFORMATION
1.1 GENERAL
Directorate General of Training (DGT) under Ministry of Skill Development &
Entrepreneurship offers range of vocational training courses catering to the need of different
sectors of Labour market. The vocational training programmes are running under aegis of National
Council of Vocational Training (NCVT). Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS) and Apprenticeship
Training Scheme (ATS) are two pioneer programmes under NCVT for propagating vocational
training.
Electronic Mechanic trade under CTS is one of the most popular courses running through
ITIs pan India. The course is of two years (04 semester) duration. It mainly consists of trade (skills
and knowledge) and Core area (Workshop Calculation and science, Engineering Drawing and
Employability Skills). After passing out the training programme, the trainee is being awarded
National Trade Certificate (NTC) by NCVT having worldwide recognition.
Trainee needs to demonstrate broadly that they are able to:
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Read & interpret technical parameters/documentation, plan and organize work processes,
identify necessary materials and tools;
Perform task with due consideration to safety rules, accident prevention regulations and
environmental protection stipulations;
Apply professional knowledge, core skills & employability skills while performing the job and
repair & maintenance work.
Check the job with circuit diagrams/components as per drawing for functioning, diagnose
and rectify faults in the electronics components/module.
components/mod
Document the technical parameters in tabulation sheet related to the task undertaken.
1.2 CARRIER PROGRESSION PATHWAYS
PATHWAYS:
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Can appear in 10+2 examination through National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) for
acquiring higher secondary certificate and can go further for General/ Technical education.
Can take admission in diploma course in notified branches of Engineering by lateral entry.
Can join Apprenticeship programme in different types of industries leading to National
Apprenticeship certificate (N
(NAC).
Can join Crafts Instructor Training Scheme (CITS) in the trade for becoming instructor in ITIs.
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1.3 COURSE STRUCTURE:
The training duration of course in hours during a period of two years (04 semesters) is as
followsSl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Course Element
Professional Skill (Trade Practical)
Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
Workshop Calculation & Science
Engineering Drawing
Employability Skills
Library & Extracurricular activities
Project work
Revision & Examination
Total
Notional Training Hours
2184
504
168
252
110
142
320
480
4160
1.4 ASSESSMENT & CERTIFICATION:
The trainee will be tested for his skill, knowledge and attitude during the period of course and
at the end of the training programme as notified by Govt of India from time to time. The
Employability skills will be covered and tested in first two semesters only.
a) The Internal assessment during the period of training will be done by Formative assessment
method by testing for assessment criteria listed against learning outcomes. The training institute
have to maintain individual trainee portfolio as detailed in assessment guideline. The marks of
internal assessment will be as per the template (Annexure – II).
b) The final assessment will be in the form of summative assessment method. The All India trade
Test for awarding NTC will be conducted by NCVT as per guideline of Govt of India. The pattern and
marking structure is being notified by govt of India from time to time. The learning outcome and
assessment criteria will be basis for setting question papers for final assessment. The examiner
during final examination will also check individual trainee’s profile as detailed in assessment
guideline before giving marks for practical examination.
1.4.1 Pass regulation
For the purposes of determining the overall result, weighting of 25 percent 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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1.4.2 ASSESSMENT GUIDELINE:
Appropriate arrangements should be made to ensure that there will be no artificial barriers
to assessment. The nature of special needs should be taken into account while undertaking
assessment. Due consideration to be given while assessing for team work, avoidance/reduction of
scrap/wastage and disposal of scarp/wastage as per procedure, behavioral attitude, sensitive to
environment and regularity in training. The sensitivity towards OSHE and self-learning attitude to
be considered while assessing competency.
Assessment will be evidence based comprising the following:
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Job carried out in labs/workshop
Record book/ daily diary
Answer sheet of assessment
Viva-voce
Progress chart
Attendance and punctuality
Assignment
Project work
Evidence of internal assessment to be preserved until forthcoming semester examination
for audit and verification by examination body. The following marking pattern to be adopted while
assessing:
Performance Level
Evidence
(a) Weightage in the range of 60 -75% to be allotted during assessment
For performance in this grade, the
candidate with occasional guidance and
showing due regard for safety procedures
and practices, has produced work which
demonstrates attainment of an acceptable
standard of craftsmanship.
 Demonstration of good skill in the use of
hand tools, machine tools and workshop
equipment
 Below 70% tolerance dimension achieved
while undertaking different work with
those demanded by the component/job.
 A fairly good level of neatness and
consistency in the finish
 Occasional support in completing the
project/job.
(b) Weightage in the range of above75% - 90% to be allotted during assessment
For this grade, the candidate, with little
guidance and showing due regard for
safety procedures and practices, has
produced work which demonstrates
 Good skill levels in the use of hand tools,
machine tools and workshop equipment
 70-80% tolerance dimension achieved
while undertaking different work with
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attainment of a reasonable standard of
craftsmanship.
those demanded by the component/job.
 A good level of neatness and consistency in
the finish
 Little support in completing the project/job
(c) Weightage in the range of above 90% to be allotted during assessment
For performance in this grade, the
candidate, with minimal or no support in
organization and execution and with due
regard for safety procedures and practices,
has produced work which demonstrates
attainment of a high standard of
craftsmanship.
 High skill levels in the use of hand tools,
machine tools and workshop equipment
 Above 80% tolerance dimension achieved
while undertaking different work with
those demanded by the component/job.
 A high level of neatness and consistency in
the finish.
 Minimal or no support in completing the
project.
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2. JOB ROLE
Brief description of job roles:
Electronics Fitter, General fits, assembles and repairs various kinds of electronic equipment in
factory or workshop or at place of use. Examines drawings and wiring diagrams; checks parts for
accuracy of fit and minor adjustments; assembles parts or mounts them on chassis or panels with
aid of hand tools; installs and connects wiring, soldering joints equipment, diagnoses faults with aid
of electronic testing equipment; dismantles equipment if required and replaces faul
faulty parts or
wiring.
Electronics Fitter, other include all other workers engaged in fitting, assembling, repairing and
maintaining electronic equipment, machinery, appliances, etc., not elsewhere classified.
Electronics Mechanic;; Electronic Equipment Mechanic repairs electronic equipment, such as
computers, industrial controls, transmitters, and telemetering control systems following blueprints
and manufacturer's specifications and using hand tools and test instruments. Tests faulty
equipment and applies
ies knowledge of functional operation of electronic units and systems to
diagnose cause of malfunction. Tests electronic components and circuits to locate defects, using
instruments, such as oscilloscopes, signal generators, ammeters and voltmeters. Replaces defective
components and wiring and adjusts mechanical parts, using hand tools and soldering iron. Aligns,
adjusts and calibrates testing instruments. Maintains records of repairs, calibrations and test.
Radio Technician (Radio Manufacturing) tests
sts assembled radio sets with testing equipment to
ensure that assembly soldering, frequency, performance, etc. are in accordance with prescribed
standards. Places assembled radio set in position and visually examines it to ensure that position of
components,
ts, connections, soldering, wiring, etc. are in order. Switches on and operates different
knobs to check calibration, audibility and general performance of set by varying its tone and
listening to various stations and frequencies. Tightens loose nuts and sscrews, locates faults,
replaces defective components and conducts necessary changes. Approves correctly assembled
sets for further processing and rejects defective ones for rectification. May tests sets at different
stages of assembly. May service, repair and overhaul radio sets.
Solar Panel Installation Technician is also known as ‘Panel Installer’, the Solar Panel Installation
Technician is responsible for installing solar panels at the customers’ premises. The individual at
work checks the installation site, understands the layout requirement as per design, assesses
precautionary measures to be taken, installs the solar panel as per customer’s requirement and
ensures effective functioning of the system post installation.
Optical fibre technician is responsible
onsible for maintaining uptime and quality of the network segment
(both optical media and equipment) assigned to him by undertaking periodic preventive
maintenance activities and ensuring effective fault management in case of fault occurrence. He is
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also required to coordinate activities for installation and commissioning of Optical Fibre Cable (OF)
as per the route plan.
Field Technician: UPS and Inverter is also called, ‘UPS repair Technician’, this is an after sales
service job for installing and providing support to customers of different types of UPS and inverters.
The individual at work installs the newly purchased UPS or inverter. The individual also and
interacts with customers to diagnose problems in them, assesses possible causes, rectifies faults or
replaces faulty modules or recommends factory repairs for bigger faults as per the route plan.
Installation, service, repair and overhaul radio sets service centre. May install television sets.
Television Installation Man installs and adjusts television receivers and antennas, using hand tools.
Selects antenna according to type of set and location of transmitting station. Bolts cross arms and
dipole elements in position to assemble antenna. Secures antenna in place with bracket and guy
wires, observing insurance codes and local ordinances to protect installation from lighting and
other hazards. Drills and waterproofs holes in building to make passage for transmission line.
Connects line between receiver and antenna and fastens it in place. Tunes receiver on all channels
and adjusts screws to obtain desired density, linearity, focus and size of picture. Orients antenna
and installs reflector to obtain strongest possible reception.
Cable Television Installer installs cable television cables and equipment on customer's premises,
using electrician's tools and test equipment: Measures television signal strength at utility pole,
using electronic test equipment. Computes impedance of wire from pole to house to determine
additional resistance needed for reducing signal to desired level. Installs terminal boxes and strings
lead-in wires, using electrician's tools. Connects television set to cable system and evaluates
incoming signal. Adjusts and repairs cable system to ensure optimum reception. May collect
installation fees and explain cable service operation to subscriber. May clean and maintain tools,
test equipment.
Television Service and Repairman repairs and adjusts radios and television receivers, using hand
tools and electronic testing instruments. Tunes receiver on all channels and observes audio and
video characteristics to locate source of trouble. Adjusts controls to obtain desired density,
linearity, focus and size of picture. Examines chassis for defects. Tests voltages and resistance of
circuits to isolate defect following schematic diagram and using voltmeter, oscilloscope, signal
generator and other electronic testing instruments. Tests and changes tubes, solders loose
connections and repairs or replaces defective parts, using hand tools and soldering iron. Repair
radios and other audio equipment.
Television Repair Technician job role is applicable to both Television manufacturing facilities as
well as electronics service centres. This role pertains to rectify faults identified during testing of TV
on in manufacturing process and providing after sales assistance and ensuring appropriate
functioning of television sets. A TV repair technician identifies the section in the TV that is not
functioning. If the problem identified is in the Printed Circuit Board (PCB), the technician identifies
the specific fault in the PCB and corrects it. Replaces the dysfunctional PCB with a new one, if the
damage identified requires fixing at the service centre.
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Plan and organize assigned work and detect & resolve issues during execution. Demonstrate
possible solutions and agree tasks within the team. Communicate with required clarity and
understand technical English. Sensitive to environment, self-learning and productivity.
Reference NCO-2015:
7421.0100, 7421.0300, 7422.1100, 7422.1200, 7422.1300,
7422.1302, 7422.1400, 7421.1401, 7422.0801, 7421.0801
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3. NSQF LEVEL COMPLIANCE
NSQF level for Electronic Mechanic trade under CTS: Level 5
As per notification issued by Govt. of India dated- 27.12.2013 on National Skill Qualification
Framework total 10 (Ten) Levels are defined.
Each level of the NSQF is associated with a set of descriptors made up of five outcome
statements, which describe in general terms, the minimum knowledge,
knowledge, skills and attributes that a
learner needs to acquire in order to be certified for that level.
Each level of the NSQF is described by a statement of learning outcomes in five domains,
known as level descriptors. These five domains are:
a.
Process
b.
professional knowledge,
c.
professional skill,
d.
core skill and
e.
Responsibility.
The Broad Learning outcome of Electronic Mechanic trade under CTS mostly matches with
the Level descriptor at Level- 5.
The NSQF level-5
5 descriptor is given below:
below
LEVEL
Level 5
Professional
knowledge
Job that requires
knowledge
well developed skill, of facts,
with clear choice of principles,
procedures in
processes and
familiar context.
general
concepts, in a
field of
work
or study
Process required
Professional
skill
a range of
cognitive and
practical skills
required to
accomplish
tasks and solve
problem by
selecting and
applying basic
methods, tools,
materials and
information.
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Core skill
Responsibility
Desired
mathematical
skill,
understanding of
social, political
and some skill of
collecting and
organizing
information,
communication.
Responsibility for
own work and
Learning and some
responsibility for
other’s works and
learning.
4.. GENERAL INFORMATION
Name of the Trade
ELECTRONIC MECHANIC
NCO - 2015
7421.0100, 7421.0300, 7422.1100, 7422.1200. 7422.1300,
7422.1302, 7422.1400, 7421.1401, 7422.0801, 7421.0801
NSQF Level
Level -5
5
Duration of Craftsmen
Training
Entry Qualification
2 Years (4 Semesters having duration of six months each)
Unit Strength (No. Of
Student)
20 (Max. supernumeraries seats: 6)
Space Norms
56 Sq. metres
Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 System of education.
Power Norms
3.04 KW
Instructors Qualification for
1. Electronic
Degree in Electronics / Electronics and
Mechanic Trade
Telecommunication/ Electronics and communication
Telecommunication/
Engineering from recognized Engineering College/ university with one
year experience in the relevant field
OR
Diploma in Electronics / Electronics and
telecommunication/
Electronics and communication
from recognized board of technical education with two years
experience in the relevant field
OR
10th class examination and NTC/NAC in the Trade With 3 years’ post
qualification experience in the relevant field.
Desirable: Preference will be given to a candidate with CIC (Craft Instructor
Certificate) in Electronic Mechanic trade.
2. Workshop
Calculation & Science
Out of two Instructors required for the unit of 2(1+1), one must have
Degree/Diploma and other must have NTC/NAC qualifications.
Degree in Engineering with one year experience.
OR
Diploma in Engineering with two years experience.
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Desirable:
Craft Instructor Certificate in RoD & A course under NCVT.
3. Engineering
Drawing
Degree in Engineering with one year experience.
OR
Diploma in Engineering with two years experience.
OR
NCVT / NAC in the Draughtsman (Mechanical / Civil) with three years
experience.
Desirable:
Craft Instructor Certificate in RoD & A course under NCVT.
4. Employability Skill
MBA OR BBA with two years experience OR Graduate in Sociology/
Social Welfare/ Economics with Two years experience OR Graduate/
Diploma with Two years experience and trained in Employability Skills
from DGET institutes.
AND
Must have studied English/ Communication Skills and Basic Computer at
12th / Diploma level and above.
OR
Existing Social Studies Instructors duly trained in Employability Skills
from DGET institutes
List of Tools and
As per Annexure – I
Equipment
Distribution of training on Hourly basis: (Indicative only)
Total hours
/week
Trade
practical
Trade
theory
Work shop
Cal. &Sc.
Engg.
Drawing
40 Hours
25 Hours
6 Hours
2 Hours
3 Hours
15
Employability Extraskills
curricular
activity
2 Hours
2 Hours
5.. LEARNING/ ASSESSABLE OUTCOME
Learning outcomes are reflection of total competencies of a trainee and assessment will be
carried out as per assessment criteria.
5.1.
.1. GENERIC LEARNINGOUTCOME
The following are minimum broad Common Occupational Skills/ Generic Learning Outcome after
completion of the Electronic Mechanic course of 02 years duration:
1. Apply safe working practices.
practices
2. Comply environment regulation and housekeeping.
3. Interpret & use company and technical communication
4. Demonstrate basic mathematical concept and principles to perform practical
operations.
5. Understand and explain basic science in the field of study including simple
simp machine.
6. Read and apply engineering drawing for different application in the field of work.
7. Understand and apply the concept in productivity, quality tools, and labour welfare
legislation in day to day work to improve productivity & quality.
8. Explain energy conservation, global warming and pollution and contribute in day to day
work by optimally using available resources.
9. Explain personnel finance, entrepreneurship and manage/organize related task in day to
day work for personal & societal growth.
10. Utilize
ize basic computer applications and internet to take benefit of IT developments in
the industry.
5.2. SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOME
11. Perform basic workshop operations using suitable tools for fitting, riveting, drilling etc
observing suitable care & safety
safety.
12. Select
lect and perform electrical/ electronic measurement of single range meters and
calibrate the instrument.
13. Test
est & service different batteries used in electronic applications and record the data to
estimate repair cost.
14. Plan and execute soldering & de
de-soldering of various electrical components like
Switches, PCB & Transformers for electronic circuits.
15. Test various electronic components using proper measuring instruments and compare
the data using standard parameter.
parameter
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16. Assemble simple electronic power supply circuit and test for functioning.
17. Install, Configure, interconnect given computer system(s) and demonstrate & utilize
application packages for different application.
18. Construct, test and verify the input/output characteristic of various analog circuits.
19. Plan and construct different power electronic circuits and analyse the circuit
functioning.
20. Select the appropriate opto electronics components and verify the characteristics in
different circuit.
21. Assemble, test and troubleshoot various digital circuits.
22. Simulate and analyze the analog and digital circuits using Electronic simulator software
23. Identify , place, solder and desolder and test different SMD discrete components and
IC’s package with due care and following safety norms using proper tools/setup
24. Construct and test different circuits using ICs 741 Operational amplifiers & ICs 555 linear
integrated circuits and execute the result.
25. Measure the various parameters by DSO and execute the result with standard one.
26. Rework on PCB after identifying defects from SMD soldering and de-soldering.
27. Construct different electrical control circuits and test for their proper functioning with
due care and safety.
28. Prepare, crimp, terminate and test various cables used in different electronics
industries.
29. Assemble and test a commercial AM /FM receiver and evaluate performance.
30. Test, service and troubleshoot the various components of different domestic/ industrial
programmable systems.
31. Execute the operation of different process sensors, identify, wire & test various sensors
of different industrial processes by selecting appropriate test instruments
32. Plan and carry out the selection of a project, assemble the project and evaluate
performance for a domestic /commercial applications.
33. Prepare fibre optic setup and execute transmission and reception.
34. Plan and Interface the LCD, LED DPM panels to various circuits and evaluate
performance.
35. Detect the faults and troubleshoot SMPS, UPS and inverter.
36. Install a solar panel, execute testing and evaluate performance by connecting the
panel to the inverter.
37. Dismantle, identify the various parts and interface of a cell phone to a PC. Estimate and
troubleshoot.
38. Check the various parts of a LED lights and stacks and troubleshoot
39. Identify, operate various controls, troubleshoot and replace modules of the LCD/LED TV
& its remote.
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6. LEARNING OUTCOME WITH ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
GENERIC LEARNING/ ASSESSABLE OUTCOME
LEARNING / ASSESSABLE
OUTCOME
1.Apply safe working
practices
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.
poli
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.Comply
environment 2.1 Identify environmental pollution & contribute to the avoidance
regulation
and of instances of environmental pollution.
2.2 Deploy environmental protection legislation & regulations
housekeeping
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.
Interpret
&
use 3.1 Obtain sources of information and recognize information.
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company and
communication
technical 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.
4. Demonstrate basic
mathematical concept and
principles to perform
practical operations.
4.1 Semester examination to test basic skills on arithmetic, algebra,
trigonometry and statistics.
4.2 Applications will be assessed during execution of assessable
outcome and will also be tested during theory and practical
examination.
5. Understand and explain
basic science in the field of
study including simple
machine.
5.1 Semester examination to test basic skills on science in the field
of study including friction, heat, temperature and simple machine.
6. Read and apply
engineering drawing for
different application in the
field of work.
6.1 Semester examination to test basic skills on engineering
drawing.
7. Understand and apply
the concept in productivity,
quality tools, and labour
welfare legislation in day to
day work to improve
productivity & quality.
7.1
Semester examination to test the concept in productivity,
quality tools and labour welfare legislation.
8. Explain energy
conservation, global
warming and pollution and
contribute in day to day
8.1 Semester examination to test knowledge
conservation, global warming and pollution.
5.2 Applications will be assessed during execution of assessable
outcome and will also be tested during theory and practical
examination.
6.2 Applications will be assessed during execution of assessable
outcome and will also be tested during theory and practical
examination.
7.2 Applications will be assessed during execution of assessable
outcome.
8.2 Their applications
assessable outcome.
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on
energy
will be assessed during execution of
work by optimally using
available resources.
9. Explain personnel
finance, entrepreneurship
and manage/organize
related task in day to day
work for personal & societal
growth.
9.1 Semester examination to test knowledge on personnel finance,
entrepreneurship.
10. Utilize basic computer
applications and internet to
take benefit of IT
developments in the
industry.
10.1 Semester examination to test knowledge on basic computer
working, basic operating system and uses internet services.
9.2 Their applications
assessable outcome.
10.2 Their applications
assessable outcome.
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will be assessed during execution of
will be assessed during execution of
SPECIFIC LEARNING / ASSESSABLE OUTCOMES
Semester-I
LEARNING/ ASSESSABLE
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
OUTCOMES
11. Perform basic workshop 11.1 Identify basic hand tools for fitting, riveting, drilling etc.
operations using suitable
with due care and safety.
tools for fitting, riveting, 11.2 Fix surface mounting type of accessories in a panel board.
drilling
etc
observing 11.3 Connect electrical accessories.
suitable care & safety
11.4 Make and Wire up of a test board and test it.
12. Select
and
perform 12.1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms.
electrical/
electronic 12.2 Identify the type of electronic instruments.
measurement
of single
range meters and calibrate 12.3 Determine the measurement errors while measuring
resistance by voltage drop method.
the instrument.
12.4 Extend the range of MC voltmeter and ammeter.
12.5 Measure the value of resistance, voltage and current using
digital multimeter.
12.6 Calibrate analog multimeter.
13. Test & service different 13.1 Identify Tools and instruments for testing of batteries.
batteries used in electronic 13.2 Observe safety procedure during testing of batteries and
applications and record the
work as per standard norms and company guidelines
data to estimate repair cost. 13.3 Identify the primary and secondary cells.
13.4 Measure and test the voltages of the given cells/ battery
using analog / digital multimeter.
13.5 Charging and discharging the battery.
13.6 Maintain and estimate the repair cost of secondary
battery.
13.7 Use a hydro meter to measure the specific gravity of the
secondary battery.
14. Plan and execute soldering
& de-soldering of various
electrical components like
Switches,
PCB
&
Transformers for electronic
circuits.
14.1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms.
14.2 Identify different types of mains transformers and test.
14.3 Identify the primary and secondary transformer windings
and test the polarity.
14.4 Measure the primary and secondary voltage of different
transformers.
14.5 Solder the given components
14.6 Identify and test the variac.
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14.7 Avoid waste, ascertain unused materials and components
for disposal, store these in an environmentally appropriate
manner and prepare for disposal.
15.
Test various electronic 15.1 Ascertain and select tools and materials for the job and
components
using
proper
make this available for use in a timely manner.
measuring instruments and 15.2 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms.
compare the data using
15.3 Identify the different types of resistors.
standard parameter.
15.4 Measure the resistor values using colour code and verify
the reading by measuring in multi meter.
15.5 Identify the power rating using size.
15.6 Measure the resistance, Voltage, Current through series
and parallel connected networks using multi meter.
15.7 Identify different inductors and measure the values using
LCR meter.
15.8 Identify the different capacitors and measure capacitance
of various capacitors using LCR meter.
15.9 Ascertain and select tools and materials for the job and
make this available for use in.
16. Assemble simple electronic 16.1 Practice soldering on components, lug and board with
safety.
power supply circuit and test for
16.2
Identify the passive /active components by visual
functioning.
appearance, Code number and test for their condition.
16.3 Identify the control and functional switches in CRO and
measure the D.C. & A.C. voltage, frequency and time
period.
16.4 Construct and test a half & full wave rectifiers with and
without filter circuits.
16.5 Construct and test a bridge rectifier with and without filter
circuits.
16.6 Construct and test a Zener based voltage regulator circuit.
17.
Install,
configure, 17.1 Plan, work in compliance with standard safety norms.
interconnect given computer 17.2 Select hardware and software component.
system(s) and demonstrate &
utilize application packages for 17.3 Install and configure operating systems and applications.
17.4 Integrate IT systems into networks.
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different application.
17.5 Deploy tools and test programmes.
17.6 Avoid e-waste and dispose the waste as per the
procedure.
Semester-II
18. Construct, test and verify the
input/ output characteristics of
various analog circuits.
18.1 Ascertain and select tools and instruments for carrying out
the jobs.
18.2 Plan and work in compliance with standard safety norms.
18.3 Practice on soldering components on lug board with
safety.
18.4 Identify the passive /active components by visual
appearance, Code number and test for their condition.
18.5 Construct and test the transistor based switching circuit
18.6 Construct and test CB,CE & CC amplifier circuit
18.7 Ascertain the performance of different oscillator circuits.
18.8 Construct and test Clipper, Clamper and Schmitt trigger
circuit.
19. Plan and construct different 19.1 Construct and test of Transistor and JFET amplifiers,
power electronic circuits and
oscillators and multi vibrators.
analyse the circuit functioning.
19.2 Construct and test a UJT as relaxation oscillator.
19.3 Construct and test lamp dimmer using TRIAC/DIAC with
safety.
19.4 Construct and test MOSFET, IGBT test circuit and apply for
suitable operation with proper safety.
19.5 Construct and test the universal motor speed controller
using SCR with safety.
19.6 Construct and test a switching circuits using optical
devices.
20. Select the appropriate opto 20.1 Plan work in compliance with standard safety norms.
electronics components and 20.2 Identify the different types of LEDs and IR LEDs.
verify the characteristics in
20.3 Measure the resistance, voltage, current through
different circuit.
electronic circuit using multimeter.
20.4 Construct and test a circuit using photo transistor and
verify its characteristics.
20.5 Identify photo coupler/ optical sensor input/output
terminals and measure the quantum of isolation between
the terminals.
21. Assemble, test and
troubleshoot various digital
circuits.
21.1 Illustrate to practice the digital trainer kit with safety.
21.2 Identify various digital ICs, test IC using digital IC tester
and verify the truth table.
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21.3 Construct and verify the truth table of all gates using NOR
and NAND gates.
21.4 Construct a adder cum substractor circuits and verify the
truth table.
21.5 Construct a decoder and encoder, multiplexer and demultiplexer circuits and verify the truth table.
21.6 Construct a multiplexer and de-multiplexer and verify the
truth table.
21.7 Construct and verify the truth table of various flip flop,
counter and shift register circuits.
22. Simulate and analyze the
analog and digital circuits using
Electronic simulator software.
22.1 Plan the work incompliance with standard procedure.
22.2 Prepare simple analog and digital electronic circuits using
the simulator software.
22.3 Simulate and test the prepared analog and digital circuits.
22.4 Convert the prepared circuit into layout diagram.
22.5 Explore various trouble shooting and fault finding the
resources provided in the simulation software
23. Identify, place, solder and
desolder and test different SMD
discrete components and ICs
package with due care and
following safety norms using
proper tools/setup.
23.1 Identify the various crimping tools for various IC packages.
23.2 Identify different types of soldering guns and choose the
suitable tip for the application.
23.3 Practice the soldering and de-soldering the different
active and passive components, IC base on GPCBs using
solder, flux, pump and wick.
23.4 Make the necessary setting on SMD soldering station to
solder and de-solder various IC’s of different packages by
following the safety norms.
23.5 Identify SMD components, de-solder and solder the SMD
components on the PCB.
23.6 Check the cold continuity, identify loose/dry solder and
broken track on printed wired assemblies and rectify the
defects.
23.7 Avoid waste, ascertain unused materials and components
for safe disposal.
24. Construct and test different 24.1 Demonstrate analog trainer kit with safety precautions.
circuits using ICs 741operational 24.2 Identify various ICs, differentiate by code No. and test for
amplifiers & ICs 555 linear
their condition.
integrated circuits and execute 24.3 Construct and test various OPAMP circuits.
the result.
24.4 Construct and test R-2R ladder type digital to analog
converter circuit.
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24.5 Construct and test different configurations of 555 IC e.g.
astable, monostable, bi-astable and VCO circuits.
Semester-III
25. Measure the various 25.1 Identify and demonstrate various control elements on
parameters by DSO and execute
front panel of a DSO.
the result with standard one.
25.2 Measure different parameters of electronic signals using
DSO.
25.3 Store the waveform of a signal in DSO.
25.4 Connect DSO with a printer and take printout of signal
waveforms.
26. Rework on PCB after 26.1 Plan the work in compliance with standard safety
identifying defects from SMD
procedures.
soldering and de-soldering.
26.2 Demonstrate various tools and accessories used in PCB
rework.
26.3 Construct a PCB to demonstrate defects on soldered
joints.
26.4 Repair defective soldered joints.
27. Construct different electrical 27.1 Measure the coil winding of the given motor.
control circuits and test for their 27.2 Prepare the setup and control an induction motor using a
proper functioning with due
DOL starter by following the safety norms.
care and safety.
27.3 Construct a direction control circuit to change direction of
an induction motor.
27.4 Connect an overload relay and test for its proper
functioning.
28. Prepare, crimp, terminate 28.1 Plan and work incompliance with standard safety norms.
and test various cables used in 28.2 Prepare, terminate and test various electronics cable using
different electronics industries.
proper crimping tools.
29. Assemble and test a 29.1 Plan and select tools to assemble the receiver.
commercial AM/ FM receiver 29.2 Modulate and Demodulate various signals using AM and
and evaluate performance.
FM on the trainer kit and observe waveforms.
29.3 Construct and test IC based AM Receiver.
29.4 Construct and test IC based FM transmitter and receiver.
29.5 Modulate and Demodulate a signal using PAM, PPM,
PWM Techniques.
29.6 Troubleshoot and replace the faulty components.
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29.7 Check the functionality of AM/FM receiver.
30.
Test,
service
and 30.1 Understand and interpret the procedure as per manual of
troubleshoot
the
various
Micro controller.
components
of
different 30.2 Identity various ICs & their functions on the given
domestic/
industrial
Microcontroller Kit.
programmable systems.
30.3 Identify the address range of RAM & ROM.
30.4 Write data into RAM & observe its volatility.
30.5 Identify the port pins of the controller & configure the
ports for Input & Output operation.
30.6 Demonstrate entering of simple programs, execute &
monitor the results.
31. Execute the operation of
different process sensors,
identify, wire & test various
sensors of different industrial
processes by selecting
appropriate test instruments.
31.1 Ascertain and select tools, material for the job and make
this available for use in the timely manner.
31.2 Plan work in compliance with safety norms.
31.3 Demonstrate possible solution and agree task within the
team.
31.4 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.
31.5 Measure temperature of a lit fire using a Thermocouple
and record the readings referring to data chart.
31.6 Measure temperature of a lit fire using RTD and record the
readings referring to data chart.
31.7 Measure the DC voltage of a LVDT.
31.8 Detect different objectives using capacitive, inductive and
photoelectric proximity sensors.
32. Plan and carry out the
Selection of a project, assemble
the project and evaluate
performance for a
domestic/commercial
applications.
32.1 Plan, analyze and estimate the cost of the particular
project.
32.2 Identify the various tools required for the job.
32.3 Prepare the simple digital/ analog electronic circuit.
32.4 Simulate and test the prepared circuit.
32.5 Assemble and test the circuit.
Semester-IV
33. Prepare fibre optic setup
and execute transmission and
reception.
33.1 Plan and select appropriate tools to complete the job
safely.
33.2 Identify the resources and their need on the given fiber
optic trainer kit.
33.3 Make optical fibre setup to transmit and receive analog
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and digital data.
33.4 Demonstrate and apply
FM modulation and
demodulation using OFC trainer kit using audio signal and
voice link.
33.5 Demonstrate PWM modulation and demodulation using
OFC trainer kit using audio signal and voice link.
33.6 Demonstrate PPM modulation and demodulation using
OFC trainer kit using audio signal and voice link.
34. Plan and Interface the LCD,
LED, DPM panels to various
circuits and evaluate
performance.
34.1 Identify LCD/LED Display module and its decoder/driver
ICs and display a word on a two line LCD/LED.
34.2 Measure/current flowing through a resistor and display it.
Measure/current flowing through a sensor and display it
on a LCD/LED module (DPM).
34.3 Avoid waste and dispose the waste as per the procedures.
35. Detect the faults and
troubleshoot SMPS, UPS and
inverter.
35.1 Identify the tools and equipments to perform the job with
due care and safety.
35.2 Dismantle the given stabilizer and find major sections/ ICs
components.
35.3 Identify various input and output sockets / connectors of
the given SMPS.
35.4 Identify major sections/ ICs/components of SMPS.
35.5 Identify and replace the faulty components and construct
and test IC Based DC-DC converter for different voltages.
35.6 Identify front panel control & indicators of UPS.
35.7 Connect Battery & load to UPS & test on battery mode.
35.8 Open Top cover of UPS & identify isolator transformer &
UPS transformer & additional circuit other than inverter.
35.9 Identify various circuit boards in UPS and monitor voltages
at various test points.
35.10 Test UPS under Fault condition & rectify fault.
36. Install a solar panel, execute
testing and evaluate
performance by connecting the
panel to the inverter.
36.1
36.2
36.3
36.4
36.5
36.6
36.7
Select appropriate tools and equipment.
Install a solar panel to a roof.
Wire a solar panel to a solar controller.
Wire a solar controller to a battery storage station.
Connect storage batteries to a power inverter.
Wire a power inverter to an electrical service panel.
Connect and test solar panel to the Inverter and run the
load.
36.8 Installation of Solar Inverter.
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36.9 Demonstrate the installation with team.
37. Dismantle, identify the
various parts and interface of a
cell phone to a PC. Estimate and
troubleshoot.
37.1 Understand and interpret repair procedure as per manual
of cell phone and select appropriate tools & equipment
for undertaking job.
37.2 Plan to repair and assemble the components used as per
circuit diagram.
37.3 Dismantle, identify the parts and assemble different types
of smart phones.
37.4 Interface the cell phone/smart phone to the PC and
transfer the data and browse internet.
37.5 Flash the various brands of cell phone/smart phone (at
least 3) and upgrade the OS.
37.6 Format the cell phone/smart phone for virus (approach
the mobile repair shop/service centre).
37.7 Identify the defective parts and rectify.
38. Identify the various parts of
a LED lights & stacks and
troubleshoot.
38.1 Understand and interpret measuring procedure as per
manual.
38.2 Conduct systematic trouble shooting.
38.3 Dismantle the LED light, identify the connections of LEDs
stacks, protection circuits, regulator.
38.4 Measure the voltage across LED stacks.
38.5 Identify the rectifier, controller part of LED lights.
38.6 Test various subassemblies of the given LED light system.
38.7 Comply with safety rules when performing the above
operations.
38.8 Avoid waste, ascertain unused materials and components
for
disposal, store these in an environmentally
appropriate manner and prepare for disposal.
39. Identify, operate various
controls, troubleshoot and
replace modules of the LCD/LED
TV & its remote.
39.1 Ascertain and select tools and materials for the job and
make this available for use in a timely manner.
39.2 Plan to Dismantle and assemble modules as per circuit
diagram.
39.3 Identification and operate different Controls on LCD, LED
TV.
39.4 Dismantle, Identify the parts of the remote control.
39.5 Trace and rectify the faults of a various remote controls.
39.6 Identify various connectors and connect the cable
operator’s external decoder (set top box) to the TV.
39.7 Comply with safety rules when performing the above
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operations.
39.8 Avoid waste, ascertain unused materials and components
for disposal, store these in an environmentally
appropriate manner and prepare for disposal.
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7. SYLLABUS
SYLLABUS FOR ELECTRONIC MECHANIC TRADE
FIRST SEMESTER- 6 Months
Week
No.
Learning Outcome
1
 Apply safe
working practices
2-3
 Perform basic
workshop
operations using
suitable tools for
fitting, riveting,
drilling etc
observing
suitable care &
safety
Professional Skills
(Trade Practical) with Indicative
hrs.
Trade and Orientation
1. Visit to various sections of the
institute and identify location
of various installations. (5 hrs)
2. Identify safety signs for danger,
warning, caution & personal
safety message. (3 hrs.)
3. Use of personal protective
equipment (PPE). (5 hrs)
4. Practice elementary first aid. (5
hrs)
5. Preventive
measures
for
electrical accidents & steps to
be taken in such accidents. (2
hrs)
6. Use of Fire extinguishers. (5
hrs)
Hand tools and their uses
7. Identify the different hand
tools. (5 hrs)
8. Selection of proper tools for
operation and precautions in
operation. (7 hrs)
9. Care & maintenance of trade
tools. (8 hrs)
10.. Practice safety precautions
while working in fitting jobs.
(10 hrs)
11.. Workshop practice on filing
and hacks awing. (5 hrs)
12.. Practice simple sheet metal
works, fitting and drilling. (5
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Professional Knowledge
(Trade Theory)
Familiarization
ization with the working
of Industrial Training Institute
system.
Importance of safety and
precautions to be taken in the
industry/shop floor.
Introduction to PPEs.
Introduction to First Aid.
Response to emergencies e.g.
power failure, fire, and system
failure.
Importance of housekeeping &
good shop floor practices.
Occupational Safety & Health:
Health
Health, Safety and Environment
guidelines,
legislations
&
regulations as applicable.
Identification, specifications, uses
and maintenance of commonly
used hand tools.
State the correct shape of files for
filing different profiles.
Riveting of tags and lugs, cutting
and bending of sheet metals,
chassis and cabinets.
hrs)
13. Make an open box from metal
sheet. (10 hrs)
4-5
6
Select
and Basics of AC and Electrical Cables
perform
14. Identify the Phase, Neutral and
electrical/
Earth on power socket, use a
electronic
testers to monitor AC power. (6
measurement of
hrs)
single
range 15. Construct a test lamp and use
meters
and
it to check mains healthiness.
calibrate
the
(7 hrs)
instrument.
16. Measure the voltage between
phase and ground and rectify
earthing. (5 hrs)
17. Identify and test different AC
mains cables. (7 hrs)
18. Prepare terminations, skin the
electrical wires /cables using
wire stripper and cutter. (7 hrs)
19. Measure the gauge of the wire
using SWG and outside
micrometer. (5 hrs)
20. Refer table and find current
carrying capacity of wires. (3
hrs)
21. Crimp the lugs to wire end. (5
hrs)
22. Measure AC and DC voltages
using multi meter. (5 hrs)
Select
and 23. Identify the type of meters by
perform
dial and scale marking/
electrical/
symbols. (3 Hrs)
electronic
24. Demonstrate various analog
measurement of
measuring Instruments. (3 Hrs)
single
range 25. Find the minimum and
meters
and
maximum measurable range of
calibrate
the
the meter. (3 Hrs)
instrument.
26. Carryout mechanical zero
setting of a meter. (5 Hrs)
27. Check the continuity of wires,
meter probes and fuse etc. (5
Hrs)
28. Measure voltage and current
using clamp meter. (6 Hrs)
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Basic terms such as electric
charges, Potential difference,
Voltage, Current, Resistance.
Basics of AC & DC.
Various terms such as +ve cycle, ve cycle, Frequency, Time period,
RMS, Peak, 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.
Types of wires & cables, standard
wire gauge (SWG).
Classification of cables according
to gauge (core size), number of
conductors, material, insulation
strength, flexibility etc.
Single range meters
Introduction to electrical and
electronic measuring instruments.
Basic principle and parts of simple
meters.
Specifications, symbols used in
dial and their meaning.
7
8-9
Test & service
different
batteries used in
electronic
applications and
record the data
to
estimate
repair cost.
 Test
various
electronic
components
using
proper
measuring
instruments and
compare
the
data
using
standard
parameter.
Cells & Batteries
29. Identify the +ve and -ve
terminals of the battery. (2 hrs)
30. Identify the rated output
voltage and Ah capacity of
given battery. (1 hrs)
31. Measure the voltages of the
given
cells/battery
using
analog/ digital multimeter. (3
hrs)
32. Charge and discharge the
battery through load resistor.
(5 hrs)
33. Maintain the secondary cells.
(5 hrs)
34. Measure the specific gravity of
the
electrolyte
using
hydrometer. 3 hrs)
35. Test a battery and verify
whether the battery is ready
for use of needs recharging. (6
hrs)
AC & DC measurements
36. Use the multi meter to
measure the various functions
(AC V, DC V, DC I, AC I, R)
(4hrs.)
37. Identify the different types of
meter for measuring AC & DC
parameters (8hrs.)
38. Identify the different controls
on the CRO front panel and
observe the function of each
control (10hrs.)
39. Measure DC voltage, AC
voltage, time period using CRO
sine wave parameters (5hrs.)
40. Identify the different controls
on the function generator front
panel and observe the function
of each controls (10hrs.)
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Cells & Batteries
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.
Introduction
to
electrical
measuring instruments.
Importance and classification of
meters.
Forces necessary to work a meter.
MC and MI meters.
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
10
11-13
 Plan and
execute
soldering & desoldering of
various
electrical
components like
Switches, PCB &
Transformers
for electronic
circuits.
 Test
various
electronic
components
using
proper
measuring
instruments and
compare
the
data
using
standard
parameter.
Soldering/ De-soldering and
Various Switches
41. Practice soldering on different
electronic components, small
transformer and lugs. (5 hrs)
42. Practice soldering on IC bases
and PCBs. (5 hrs)
43. Practice de-soldering using
pump and wick (2 hrs)
44. Join the broken PCB track and
test (3 hrs)
45. Identify and use SPST, SPDT,
DPST, DPDT, tumbler, push
button, toggle, piano switches
used in electronic industries (5
hrs)
46. Make a panel board using
different types of switches for
a given application (5 hrs)
Active and Passive Components
47. Identify the different types of
active electronic components.
(3 hrs).
48. Measure the resistor value by
colour code and verify the
same by measuring with
multimeter (3 hrs)
49. Identify resistors by their
appearance and check physical
defects. (2 hrs)
50. Identify the power rating of
carbon resistors by their size.
(3 hrs)
51. Practice on measurement of
parameters in combinational
electrical circuit by applying
Ohm’s Law for different
resistor values and voltage
sources. (9 hrs)
52. Measurement of current and
voltage in electrical circuits to
verify Kirchhoff’s Law (5 Hrs)
53. Verify laws of series and
parallel circuits with voltage
source
in
different
33
Different types of soldering guns,
related to Temperature and
wattages, types of tips.
Solder materials and their
grading. Use of flux and other
materials. Selection of soldering
gun for specific requirement.
Soldering
and
De-soldering
stations and their specifications.
Different
switches,
their
specification and usage.
Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s Law.
Resistors; types of resistors, their
construction & specific use, colorcoding, power rating.
Equivalent Resistance of series
parallel circuits.
Distribution of V & I in series
parallel circuits.
Principles of induction, inductive
reactance.
Types of inductors, construction,
specifications, applications and
energy storage concept.
Self and Mutual induction.
Behaviour 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.
14-15
combinations. (5 hrs)
54. Measure
the
resistance,
Voltage, Current through series
and
parallel
connected
networks using multi meter (8
hrs)
55. Identify different inductors and
measure the values using LCR
meter (5 hrs)
56. Identify
the
different
capacitors
and
measure
capacitance
of
various
capacitors using LCR meter (5
hrs)
57. Identify and test the circuit
breaker and other protecting
devices. (5 hrs)
58. Dismantle and identify the
different parts of a relay. (5
hrs)
59. Connect a timer relay in a
circuit and test for its working.
(3 hrs)
60. Connect a contactor in a circuit
and test for its working (2 hrs)
61. Construct and test RC time
constant circuit (4 hrs)
62. Construct a RC differentiator
circuit and convert triangular
wave into square wave (5 hrs.)
63. Construct and test series and
parallel resonance circuit (3
hrs)
 Assemble simple Power Supply Circuits
64. Identify different types of
electronic
diodes, diode modules and
power
supply
their specifications. (5 hrs)
circuit and test
65.
Test the given diode using
for functioning.
multi meter and determine
forward to reverse resistance
ratio. (5 hrs)
66. Measure the voltage and
current through a diode in a
circuit and verify its forward
characteristic. (8 hrs)
34
Capacitor behaviour 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 circuit.
Properties of magnets and their
materials, preparation of artificial
magnets, significance of electro
magnetism, types of cores.
Relays, types, construction and
specifications etc.
Semiconductor
materials,
components, number coding for
different electronic components
such as Diodes and Zeners etc.
PN Junction, Forward and Reverse
biasing of diodes.
Interpretation
of
diode
specifications.
Forward current and Reverse
voltage.
Packing styles of diodes.
16-20
 Install,
configure,
interconnect
given computer
system(s) and
demonstrate &
utilize
application
packages
for
different
application.
67. Identify different types of
transformers and test. (3 hrs)
68. Identify the primary and
secondary
transformer
windings and test the polarity
(2 hrs)
69. Construct and test a half wave,
full wave and Bridge rectifier
circuit. (10 hrs)
70. Measure ripple voltage, ripple
frequency and ripple factor of
rectifiers for different load and
filter capacitors. (5 hrs)
71. Identify and test Zener diode.
(2 hrs)
72. Construct and test Zener based
voltage regulator circuit. (5 hrs)
73. Calculate
the
percentage
regulation of regulated power
supply. (5 hrs)
Computer Hardware, OS, MS
office and Networking
74. Identify various indicators,
cables, connectors and ports
on the computer cabinet. (5
hrs)
75. Demonstrate various parts of
the system unit and
motherboard components. (5
hrs)
76. Identify various computer
peripherals and connect it to
the system. (5 hrs)
77. Disable certain functionality by
disconnecting the concerned
cables SATA/ PATA. (5 hrs)
78. Replace the CMOS battery and
extend a memory module. (5
hrs)
79. Test and Replace the SMPS (5
hrs)
80. Replace the given DVD and
HDD on the system (5 hrs)
81. Dismantle and assemble the
desktop computer system. (10
35
Different
diodes,
Rectifier
configurations, their efficiencies,
Filter components and their role
in reducing ripple.
Working principles of Zener
diode, varactor diode, their
specifications and applications.
Working
principle
of
a
Transformer,
construction, Specifications and
types of cores used.
Step-up, Step down and isolation
transformers with applications.
Losses in Transformers.
Phase angle, phase relations,
active and reactive power, power
factor and its importance.
Basic blocks of a computer,
Components of desktop and
motherboard.
Hardware and software, I/O
devices, and their working.
Different types of printers, HDD,
DVD.
Various ports in the computer.
Windows OS
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.
Concept of word processing,: MS
word
– Menu bar, standard tool bar,
editing, formatting, printing of
document etc.
hrs)
82. Boot the system from Different
options (5 hrs)
83. Install OS in a desktop
computer. (5 hrs)
84. Install a Printer driver software
and test for print outs (5 hrs)
85. Install antivirus software, scan
the system and explore the
options in the antivirus
software. (5 hrs)
86. Install MS office software (5
hrs)
87. Create folder and files, draw
pictures using paint. (5 hrs)
88. Explore different menu/ tool/
format/ status bars of MS word
and practice the options. (8
hrs)
89. Explore different menu/ tool/
format/ status bars of MS excel
and practice the options. (7
hrs)
90. Prepare power point
presentation on any three
known topics with various
design, animation and visual
effects. (5 hrs)
91. Convert the given PDF File into
Word file using suitable
software. (5 hrs)
92. Browse search engines, create
email accounts, practice
sending and receiving of mails
and configuration of email
clients. (5 hrs)
93. Identify different types of
cables and network
components e.g. Hub, switch,
router, modem etc. (5 hrs)
94. Prepare terminations, make
UTP and STP cable connectors
and test. (5 hrs)
95. Connect network connectivity
hardware and check for its
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Excel – Worksheet basics, data
entry and formulae. Moving data
in worksheet using tool bars and
menu bars, Formatting and
calculations, printing worksheet,
creating multiple work sheets,
creating charts.
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
medias
Network
topologies,
protocols- TCP/IP, UDP, FTP,
models and types. 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.
21
functioning. (5 hrs)
96. Configure a wireless Wi-Fi
network (5 hrs)
 Assemble simple IC Regulators
97. Construct and test a +12V
electronic
fixed voltage regulator. (5
power
supply
hrs)
circuit and test
98.
Identify the different types of
for functioning.
fixed +ve and –ve regulator
ICs and the different current
ratings (78/79 series) (5 hrs)
99. Identify different heat sinks
for IC based regulators. (2
hrs)
100. Observe the output voltage
of different IC 723 metal/
plastic type and IC 78540
regulators by varying the
input voltage with fixed load
(8 hrs)
101. Construct and test a 1.2V –
30V variable output regulated
power supply using IC
LM317T. (5 hrs)
Regulated Power supply using
78XX series, 79XX series.
Op-amp regulator, 723 regulator,
(Transistorized & IC based).
Voltage
regulation,
error
correction and amplification etc.
22-23
Project work / Industrial visit
24-25
Revision
26
Examination
37
SYLLABUS FOR ELECTRONIC MECHANIC TRADE
SECOND SEMESTER – 06 Months
Professional Skills
Professional Knowledge
Week Learning outcome
(Trade Practical)
(Trade Theory)
No.
Reference
With indicative hours
27
 Construct, test and Transistor
102. Identify different transistors Construction, working of a PNP
verify the input/
with respect to different and NPN Transistors, purpose of
output
package type, B-E-C pins, E, B & C Terminals.
characteristics of
power, switching transistor, Significance of α, β and
various analog
heat sinks etc. (5 hrs)
relationship of a Transistor.
circuits.
103. Test the condition of a given Need for Biasing of Transistor.
transistor using ohm-meter. VBE, VCB, VCE, IC, IB, Junction
(5 hrs)
Temperature,
junction
104. Measure and plot input and capacitance,
frequency
of
output characteristics of a CE operation.
amplifier. (7 hrs)
Transistor applications as switch
105. Construct
and
test
a and amplifier.
transistor based switching Transistor input and output
circuit to control a relay (use characteristics.
Relays of different coil Transistor power ratings &
voltages and Transistors of packaging styles and use of
different β) (8 hrs)
different heat sinks.
28-29  Construct, test and Amplifier
106. Construct and test fixed-bias, Different types of biasing, various
verify the input/
emitter-bias and voltage configurations of transistor (C-B,
output
devider-bias
transistor C-E & C-C), their characteristics
characteristics of
amplifier. (12 hrs)
and applications.
various analog
107. Construct and Test a Transistor biasing circuits and
circuits.
common emitter amplifier stabilization Techniques.
with and without bypass Classification
of
amplifiers
capacitors (5 hrs)
according to frequency, mode of
108. Construct and Test common operation and methods of
base amplifier. (5 hrs)
coupling.
109. Construct and Test common Voltage amplifiers - voltage gain,
collector/emitter
follower loading effect.
amplifier. (5 hrs)
Single stage CE amplifier and CC
110. Construct
and
Test amplifier.
Darlington amplifier. (5 hrs)
Emitter follower circuit and its
111. Construct and test a two advantages.
stage RC Coupled amplifier. RC coupled amplifier, Distinguish
(5 hrs)
between voltage and power
112. Construct and test a Class B amplifier, Push pull amplifier and
complementary push pull class C tuned amplifier.
amplifier. (8 hrs)
Alpha, beta, voltage gain,
38
30
31
 Construct, test and
verify the input/
output
characteristics of
various analog
circuits.
 Construct, test and
verify the input/
output
characteristics of
various analog
circuits.
32-33  Plan and construct
different
power
electronic circuits
and analyse the
circuit functioning.
113. Construct and test class C
Tuned amplifier. (5 hrs)
Oscillators
114. Demonstrate
Colpitts
oscillator, Hartley oscillator
circuits and compare the
output frequency of the
oscillator by CRO. (7 hrs)
115. Construct and test a RC
phase shift oscillator circuits.
(5 hrs)
116. Construct and test a crystal
oscillator circuits. (5 hrs)
117. Demonstrate
Astable,
monostable, bistable circuits
using transistors. (8 hrs)
Wave shaping circuits
118. Construct and test shunt
clipper. (6 hrs)
119. Construct and test series and
dual clipper circuit using
diodes. (7 hrs)
120. Construct and test clamper
circuit using diodes. (5 hrs)
121. Construct and test Zener
diode as a peak clipper.
(7 hrs)
Power Electronic Components
122. Identify different power
electronic components, their
specification and terminals.
(6 hrs)
123. Construct and test a FET
Amplifier. (6 hrs)
124. Construct a test circuit of SCR
using UJT triggering. (7 hrs)
125. Identify different heat sinks
used in SCRs. (3 hrs)
126. Construct a snubber circuit
for protecting SCR use
freewheeling diode to reduce
back emf. (7 hrs)
127. Construct a jig circuit to test
DIAC. (7 hrs)
128. Construct a simple dimmer
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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,
Clamping / limiting circuits and
Zener diode as peak clipper,uses
their applications.
Construction of FET & JFET,
difference with BJT.
Purpose of Gate, Drain and
source terminals and voltage /
current relations between them
and Impedances between various
terminals.
Heat Sink- Uses & purpose.
Suitability of FET amplifiers in
measuring device applications.
Working of different power
electronic components such as
SCR, TRIAC, DIAC and UJT.
34
35
 Plan and construct
different
power
electronic circuits
and analyse the
circuit functioning.
 Select
the
appropriate opto
electronics
components and
verify
the
characteristics in
different circuit.
circuit using TRIAC. (7 hrs)
129. Construct UJT based free
running oscillator and change
its frequency. (7 hrs)
MOSFET & IGBT
130. Identify
various
Power
MOSFET by its number and
test by using multimeter. (5
hrs)
131. Identify different heat sinks
used with various power
MOSFET devices. (5 hrs)
132. Construct
MOSFET
test
circuit with a small load. (5
hrs)
133. Identify IGBTs by their
numbers and test by using
multimeter. (5 hrs)
134. Construct IGBT test circuit
with a small load. (5 hrs)
Opto Electronics
135. Test LEDs with DC supply and
measure voltage drop and
current using multimeter. (5
hrs)
136. Construct a circuit to test
photo voltaic cell. (5 hrs)
137. Construct a circuit to switch a
lamp load using photo diode.
(5 hrs)
138. Construct a circuit to switch a
lamp load using photo
transistor. (5 hrs)
139. Identify opto coupler input
and output terminals and
measure the quantum of
isolation
between
input/output terminals and
operate a relay by connecting
a switch. (5 hrs)
40
MOSFET, Power MOSFET and
IGBT, their types, characteristics,
switching speed, power ratings
and protection.
Differentiate FET with MOSFET.
Differentiate
IGBT.
Transistor
with
Working and application of LED,
IR LEDs, Photo diode, photo
transistor, their characteristics
and applications.
Optical sensor, opto-couplers,
circuits with opto isolators.
Characteristics of LASER diodes.
36
 Assemble, test and
troubleshoot
various digital
circuits.
37
 Assemble, test and
troubleshoot
various digital
circuits.
38
 Assemble, test and
troubleshoot
various digital
circuits..
Basic Gates
140. Identify different Logic Gates
(AND, OR, NAND, NOR, EXOR, EX-NOR, NOT ICs) by the
number printed on them. (6
hrs)
141. Verify the truth tables of all
Logic Gate ICs by connecting
switches and LEDs. (8 hrs)
142. Construct and verify the
truth table of all the gates
using NAND and NOR gates.
(6 hrs)
143. Use digital IC tester to test
the various digital ICs (TTL
and CMOS). (5 hrs)
Combinational Circuits
144. Construct Half Adder circuit
using ICs and verify the truth
table. (3 hrs)
145. Construct Full adder with two
Half adder circuit using ICs
and verify the truth table. (5
hrs)
146. Construct the adder cum
subtractor circuit and verify
the result. (5 hrs)
147. Construct and Test a 2 to 4
Decoder. (3 hrs)
148. Construct and Test a 4 to 2
Encoder. (3 hrs)
149. Construct and Test a 4 to 1
Multiplexer. (3 hrs)
150. Construct and Test a 1 to 4
De Multiplexer. (3 hrs)
Flip Flops
151. Identify different Flip-Flop
(ICs) by the number printed
on them. (5 hrs)
152. Construct and test four bit
latch using 7475. (5 hrs)
153. Construct and test R-S flipflop using IC7400 with clock
and without clock pulse. (5
hrs)
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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.
Various Logic Gates and their
truth tables.
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.
Concept of encoder and decoder.
Basic Binary Decoder and four bit
binary decoders.
Need for multiplexing of data.
1:4 line Multiplexer / Demultiplexer.
Introduction to Flip-Flop.
S-R Latch, Gated S-R Latch, DLatch.
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
 Simulate and
analyze the analog
39-40
and digital circuits
using Electronic
simulator
software.
41-43  Assemble, test and
troubleshoot
various digital
circuits.
154. Verify the truth tables of FlipFlop ICs (RS, D, T, JK, MSJK)
by connecting switches and
LEDs. (10 hrs)
Electronic circuit simulator
155. Prepare simple digital and
electronic circuits using the
software (10 hrs)
156. Simulate and test the
prepared digital and analog
circuits (16 hrs)
157. Convert the prepared circuit
into a layout diagram. (10
hrs)
158. Prepare
simple,
power
electronic and domestic
electronic
circuit
using
simulation software. (14 hrs)
Counter & shift Registers
159. Construct and test a four bit
asynchronous binary counter
using 7493 (4 hrs)
160. Construct and test 7493 as a
modulus-12 counter. (4 hrs)
161. Construct and test a four bit
Synchronous binary counter
using 74163. (5 hrs)
162. Construct
and
test
synchronous
Decade
counter. (4 hrs)
163. Construct and test an
up/down
synchronous
decade counter using 74190
and monitor the output on
LEDs. (5 hrs)
164. Identify and test common
anode and common cathode
seven segment LED display
using multi meter. (3 hrs)
165. Display the two digit count
value on seven segment
display using decoder/driver
ICs. (4 hrs)
166. Construct a shift register
using RS/D/JK flip flop and
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data storage, data transfer and
frequency division.
Study the library components
available in the circuit simulation
software.
Various resources of the
software.
Basics of Counters, types, 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 and BCD to decimal
decoder.
BCD to 7 segment display
circuits.
Basics of Register, types and
application of Registers.
44-47  Construct and test
different circuits
using
ICs
741operational
amplifiers & ICs
555
linear
integrated circuits
and execute the
result.
48-49
50-51
52
verify the result. (5 hrs)
167. Construct and test four bit
SIPO register. (5 hrs)
168. Construct and test four bit
PIPO register. (5 hrs)
169. Construct
and
test
bidirectional shift registers.
(5 hrs)
Op – Amp & Timer 555
Applications
Block diagram and Working of
170. Use analog IC tester to test Op-Amp,
importance,
Ideal
the various analog ICs. (5 hrs) characteristics, advantages and
171. Construct and test various applications.
Op-Amp circuits Inverting, Schematic diagram of 741,
Non-inverting and Summing symbol.
Amplifiers. (15 hrs)
Non-inverting voltage amplifier,
172. Construct
and
test inverting
voltage
amplifier,
Differentiator and Integrator summing amplifier, Comparator,
(10 hrs)
zero
cross
detector,
173. Construct and test a zero differentiator, integrator and
crossing detector. (5 hrs)
instrumentation amplifier, other
174. Construct
and
test popular Op-Amps.
Instrumentation amplifier (10 Block diagram of 555, functional
hrs)
description
w.r.t.
different
175. Construct and test a Binary configurations of 555 such as
weighted and R-2R Ladder monostable, astable and VCO
type
Digital-to-Analog operations
for
various
Converters (15hrs.)
application.
176. Construct and test Astable
timer circuit using IC 555 (10
hrs)
177. Construct and test mono
stable timer circuit using IC
555. (10 hrs)
178. Construct and test VCO (V to
F Converter) using IC 555. (10
hrs)
179. Construct and test 555 timers
as pulse width modulator (10
hrs)
Project work / Industrial visit
Revision
Examination
43
SYLLABUS FOR ELECTRONIC MECHANIC TRADE
THIRD SEMESTER - 06 Months
Week
No.
53
54
55
Professional Skills
(Trade Practical)
With indicative hours
Digital Storage Oscilloscope
 Measure the
180. Identify the different front
various
panel control of a DSO. (5
parameters by
hrs)
DSO and execute
181.
Measure the Amplitude,
the result with
Frequency and time period
standard one.
of typical electronic signals
using DSO. (7 hrs)
182. Take a print of a signal from
DSO by connecting it to a
printer and tally with
applied signal. (6 hrs)
183. Construct and test function
generator using IC 8038. (7
hrs)
Basic SMD (2, 3, 4 terminal
 Identify, place,
solder and desolder components)
184. Identification of 2, 3, 4
and test different
terminal SMD components.
SMD discrete
(5 hrs)
components and
185. De-solder
the
SMD
IC,s package with
components from the given
due care and
PCB. (5 hrs)
following safety
norms using proper 186. Solder the SMD components
in the same PCB. (5 hrs)
tools/setup.
187. Check for cold continuity of
PCB. (3 hrs)
188. Identification of loose /dry
solder, broken tracks on
printed wired assemblies. (7
hrs)
SMD Soldering and De-soldering
 Identify, place,
189. Identify various connections
solder and
and setup required for SMD
desolder and test
Soldering station. (5 hrs)
different SMD
190. Identify crimping tools for
discrete
various IC packages. (3 hrs)
components and
191. Make the necessary settings
IC,s package with
Learning outcome
Reference
44
Professional Knowledge
(Trade Theory)
Advantages and features of DSO.
Block diagram of Digital storage
oscilloscope (DSO)/ CRO and
applications.
Applications of digital CRO.
Block diagram of function
generator.
Differentiate a CRO with DSO.
Introduction to SMD technology
Identification of 2, 3, 4 terminal
SMD components.
Advantages of SMD components
over
conventional
lead
components.
Soldering of SM assemblies Reflow soldering.
Tips for selection of hardware,
Inspection of SM.
Introduction to Surface Mount
Technology (SMT).
Advantages,
Surface
Mount
components and packages.
Introduction to solder paste (flux).
Soldering of SM assemblies, reflow
due care and
following safety
norms using
proper
tools/setup.
56-57  Rework on PCB
after identifying
defects from SMD
soldering and desoldering.
58
on SMD soldering station to
de-solder various ICs of
different packages (at least
four) by choosing proper
crimping tools (14 hrs)
192. Make the necessary settings
on SMD soldering station to
solder various ICs of
different packages (at least
four) by choosing proper
crimping tools (14 hrs)
193. Make the necessary setting
rework of defective surface
mount component used
soldering / de-soldering
method. (14 hrs)
PCB Rework
194. Checked and Repair Printed
Circuit Boards single, Double
layer, and important tests
for PCBs. (12 hrs)
195. Inspect soldered joints,
detect the defects and test
the PCB for rework. (8 hrs)
196. Remove the conformal
coatings
by
different
methods. (8 hrs)
197. Perform replacement of
coating. (8 hrs)
198. Perform
baking
and
preheating. (8 hrs)
199. Repair solder mask and
damage pad. (6 hrs)
 Construct different Protection devices
200. Identify different types of
electrical control
fuses along with fuse
circuits and test
holders, overload (no volt
for their proper
coil),
current
adjust
functioning with
(Biometric strips to set the
due care and
current). (9 hrs)
safety.
201. Test the given MCBs. (8 hrs)
202. Connect an ELCB and test
the leakage of an electrical
motor control circuit. (8 hrs)
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soldering.
Tips for selection of hardware,
Inspection of SM.
Identification of Programmable
Gate array (PGA) packages.
Specification of various tracks,
calculation of track width for
different current ratings.
Cold/ Continuity check of PCBs.
Identification of lose / dry solders,
broken tracks on printed wiring
assemblies.
Introduction to Pick place
Machine, Reflow Oven, Preparing
stencil,& stencil printer
Introduction to Static charges,
prevention, handling of static
sensitive
devices,
various
standards for ESD.
Introduction to non soldering
interconnections.
Construction of Printed Circuit
Boards (single, Double, multilayer), Important tests for PCBs.
Introduction to rework and repair
concepts.
Repair of damaged track.
Repair of damaged pad and
plated through hole.
Repair of solder mask.
Necessity of fuse, fuse ratings,
types of fuses, fuse bases.
Single/ three phase MCBs, single
phase ELCBs.
Types of contactors, relays and
working voltages.
Contact currents, protection to
contactors and high current
applications.
59
 Construct different Electrical control circuits
203. Measure the coil winding
electrical control
resistance of the given
circuits and test
motor. (6 hrs.)
for their proper
204. Prepare the setup of DOL
functioning with
starter and Control an
due care and
induction motor. (7 hrs)
safety.
205. Construct a direction control
circuit to change direction of
an induction motor. (6 hrs.)
206. Connect an overload relay
and test for its proper
functioning. (6 hrs)
60-61  Prepare, crimp,
Electronic Cables & Connectors
various types of
terminate and test 207. Identify
cables viz. RF coxial feeder,
various cables
screened cable, ribbon
used in different
cable, RCA connector cable,
electronics
digital optical audio, video
industries.
cable, RJ45, RJ11, Ethernet
cable, fiber optic cable
splicing, fiber optic cable
mechanical
splices,
insulation, gauge, current
capacity, flexibility etc. used
in
various
electronics
products, different input
output sockets (15 hrs)
208. Identify suitable connectors,
solder/crimp /terminate &
test the cable sets. (10 hrs)
209. Check the continuity as per
the
marking
on
the
connector for preparing the
cable set. (10 hrs)
210. Identify and select various
connectors and cables inside
the CPU cabinet of PC. (10
hrs)
211. Identify
the
suitable
connector and cable to
connect a computer with a
network switch and prepare
a cross over cable to
connect
two
network
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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 cables.
Male / Female type DB
connectors.
Ethernet 10 Base cross over cables
and pin out assignments, UTP and
STP, SCTP, TPC, coxoial, types of
fibre optical Cables and Cable
trays.
Different types of connectors
Servo 0.1” connectors, FTP,
RCA,BNC,HDMI
Audio/video connectors like XLR,
RCA (phono), 6.3 mm PHONO, 3.5
/ 2.5 mm PHONO, BANTAM,
SPEAKON, DIN, mini DIN, RF
connectors, USB, Fire wire, SATA
Connectors, VGA, DVI connectors,
MIDI and RJ45,RJ11 etc.
computers. (5 hrs)
62-63  Assemble and test Communication electronics
a commercial AM/ 212. Modulate and Demodulate
various signals using AM and
FM receiver and
FM on the trainer kit and
evaluate
observe waveforms (5 hrs)
performance.
213. Construct and test IC based
AM Receiver (7 hrs)
214. Construct and test IC based
FM transmitter (7 hrs)
215. Construct and test IC based
AM transmitter and test the
transmitter power. Calculate
the modulation index. (6
hrs)
216. Dismantle the given FM
receiver set and identify
different
stages
(AM
section, audio amplifier
section etc) (7 hrs)
217. Modulate two signals using
AM kit draw the way from
and calculate percent (%) of
modulation. (6 hrs)
218. Modulate and Demodulate a
signal using PAM, PPM,
PWM Techniques (12 hrs)
64-66  Test, service and
Microcontroller (8051)
219. Identify various ICs & their
troubleshoot the
functions on the given
various
Microcontroller Kit. (5 hrs)
components of
220. Identify the address range of
different
RAM & ROM. (5 hrs)
domestic/
221. Measure
the
crystal
industrial
frequency, connect it to the
programmable
controller. (5 hrs)
systems.
222. Identify the port pins of the
controller & configure the
ports for Input & Output
operation. (7 hrs)
223. Use 8051 microcontroller,
connect 8 LED to the port,
blink the LED with a switch.
(10 hrs)
224. Perform the initialization,
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Radio Wave Propagation –
principle, fading.
Need for Modulation, types of
modulation and demodulation.
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.
Digital
modulation
and
demodulation
techniques,
sampling,
quantization
&
encoding.
Concept of multiplexing and de
multiplexing of AM/ FM/ PAM/
PPM /PWM signals.
A simple block diagram approach
to be adopted for explaining the
above mod/demod. techniques.
Introduction Microprocessor &
8051Microcontroller, 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.
load & turn on a LED with Comparative study of 8051 with
delay using Timer. (8 hrs)
8052.
225. Perform the use of a Timer Introduction to PIC Architecture.
as an Event counter to count
external events. (10 hrs)
226. Demonstrate entering of
simple programs, execute &
monitor the results. (10 hrs)
227. Perform
with
8051
microcontroller assembling
language program, check
the reading of an input port
and sending the received
bytes to the output port of
the microcontroller, used
switches and LCD for the
input and output. (15 hrs)
67-68  Execute the
operation of
different process
sensors, identify,
wire & test various
sensors of
different industrial
processes by
selecting
appropriate test
instruments.
Sensors,
Transducers
and
Applications
228. Identify sensors used in
process industries such as
RTDs, Temperature ICs,
Thermocouples, proximity
switches
(inductive,
capacitive
and
photo
electric), load cells, strain
gauge. LVDT PT 100
(platinum
resistance
sensor), water level sensor,
thermostat float switch,
float valve
by their
appearance (10 hrs)
229. Measure temperature of a
lit fire using a Thermocouple
and record the readings
referring to data chart. (10
hrs)
230. Measure temperature of a
lit fire using RTD and record
the readings referring to
data chart (10 hrs.)
231. Measure the DC voltage of a
LVDT (10 hrs)
232. Detect different objectives
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Basics of passive and active
transducers.
Role, selection and characteristics.
Sensor voltage and current
formats.
Thermistors / Thermocouples Basic principle, salient features,
operating range, composition,
advantages and disadvantages.
Strain gauges/ Load cell –
principle, gauge factor, types of
strain gauges.
Inductive/ capacitive transducers Principle of operation, advantages
and disadvantages.
Principle of operation of LVDT,
advantages and disadvantages.
Proximity sensors – applications,
working principles of eddy
current, capacitive and inductive
proximity sensors
69-71  Plan and carry out
the Selection of a
project, assemble
the project and
evaluate
performance for a
domestic/commer
cial applications.
72-73  Plan and carry out
the Selection of a
project, assemble
the project and
evaluate
performance for a
domestic/commer
cial applications.
using capacitive, inductive
and photoelectric proximity
sensors (10 hrs)
Analog IC Applications
233-237
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) (75 Hrs)
Digital IC Applications
238-242
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
 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
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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.
74-75
76-77
78
of
the
projects
for
implementation)
(50 Hrs)
Project work
Industrial visit (optional)
Revision
Examination
50
SYLLABUS FOR ELECTRONIC MECHANIC TRADE
FOURTH SEMESTER – 06 Months
Week
No.
Learning outcome
Reference
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 Prepare fibre
optic setup and
execute
transmission and
reception.
Professional Skills
(Trade Practical)
With indicative hours
Fiber optic communication
243. Identify the resources and
their need on the given
fiber optic trainer kit (3
hrs)
244. Make optical fiber setup to
transmit
and
receive
analog and digital data (4
hrs)
245. Set up the OFC trainer kit
to study AM, FM, PWM
modulation
and
demodulation. (6 hrs)
246. Perform FM modulation
and demodulation using
OFC trainer kit using audio
signal and voice link (4 hrs)
247. Perform PWM modulation
and demodulation using
OFC trainer kit using audio
signal and voice link (4 hrs)
248. Perform PPM modulation
and demodulation using
OFC trainer kit using
audio signal and voice
link (4 hrs)
80-81  Plan and
Digital panel Meter
249. Identify LED Display
Interface the LCD,
module and its
LED DPM panels
decoder/driver ICs (6 hrs)
to various circuits
250. Display a word on a two
and evaluate
line LED (8 hrs)
performance.
251. Measure/current flowing
through a resistor and
display it on LED Module
(10 hrs)
252. Measure/current flowing
through a sensor and
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Professional Knowledge
(Trade Theory)
Introduction to optical fiber,
optical connection and various
types
optical
amplifier,its
advantages, properties of optic
fiber, testing, losses, types of
fiber
optic
cables
and
specifications.
Encoding of light.
Fiber optic joints, splicing, testing
and the related equipment/
measuring tools.
Precautions and safety aspects
while handling optical cables.
Different types of seven segment
displays, decoders and driver ICs.
Concept of multiplexing and its
advantages.
Block diagrams of 7106 and 7107
and their configuration for
different measurements.
Use of DPM with seven segment
display.
Principles of working of LCD.
Different sizes of LCDs.
82-84  Detect the faults
and troubleshoot
SMPS, UPS and
inverter.
display it on a LED
module(DPM) (10 hrs)
253. Identify LCD Display
module and its
decoder/driver ICs (8 hrs)
254. Measure/current flowing
through a resistor and
display it. (8 hrs)
SMPS and Inverter
255. Identify the
components/devices and
draw their corresponding
symbols (4 hrs)
256. Dismantle the given
stabilizer and find major
sections/ ICs components.
(6 hrs)
257. List the defect and
symptom in the faulty
SMPS. (5 hrs)
258. Measure / Monitor major
test points of computer
SMPS. (8 hrs)
259. Troubleshoot the fault in
the given SMPS unit.
Rectify the defect and
verify the output with load.
Record your procedure
followed for trouble
shooting the defects (10
hrs)
260. Use SMPS used in TVs and
PCs for Practice. (6 hrs)
261. Install and test the SMPS in
PC (6 hrs)
262. Install and test a inverter.
(6 hrs)
263. Troubleshoot the fault in
the given inverter unit.
Rectify the defects and
verify the output with load.
(6 hrs)
264. Construct and test IC Based
DC-DC converter for
different voltages (6 hrs)
52
Decoder/ driver ICs used with
LCDs and their pin diagrams.
Use of DPM with LCD to display
different voltage & current
signals.
Concept and block diagram of
manual, automatic and servo
voltage stabilizer, o/p voltage
adjustment.
Voltage cut-off systems, relays
used in stabilizer.
Block Diagram of different types
of Switch mode power supplies
and their working principles.
Various types of chopper circuits.
Inverter; principle of operation,
block diagram, power rating,
change over period.
Installation
of
inverters,
protection circuits used in
inverters.
Battery level, overload, over
charging etc.
Various faults and its rectification
in inverter.
Block
diagram
of
DC-DC
converters and their working
principals.
85-87  Detect the faults
and troubleshoot
SMPS, UPS and
inverter.
88-90  Install a solar
panel, execute
testing and
evaluate
performance by
connecting the
panel to the
inverter.
265. Construct and test a
switching step down
regulator using LM2576 (6
hrs)
266. Construct and test a
switching step up regulator
using MC 34063 (6 hrs)
UPS
267. Connect battery stack to
the UPS. (4 hrs)
268. Identify front panel control
& indicators of UPS. (4 hrs)
269. Connect Battery & load to
UPS & test on battery
mode. (6 hrs)
270. Open top cover of a UPS;
identify its isolator
transformers, the UPS
transformer and various
circuit boards in UPS. (10
hrs)
271. Identify the various test
point and verify the
voltages on these (7 hrs.)
272. Identify various circuit
boards in UPS and monitor
voltages at various test
points (7 hrs)
273. Perform load test to
measure backup time. (7
hrs)
274. Perform all above
experiment for three phase
UPS (30 hrs)
Solar Power (Renewable Energy
System)
275. Install a solar panel to a
roof. (25 hrs)
276. Wire a solar controller to a
battery storage station. (5
hrs)
277. Install solar power 500
panel to directly 12 V DC
appliances (15 hrs)
278. Connect storage batteries
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Concept of Uninterrupted power
supply.
Difference between Inverters and
UPS.
Basic block diagram of UPS &
operating principle.
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.
Installation of single phase &
three phase UPS.
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.
Module, panel and Arrays.
Factors that influence the output
of a PV module.
91-92  Dismantle,
identify the
various parts and
interface of a cell
phone to a PC.
Estimate and
troubleshoot.
to a power inverter (5 hrs)
279. Connect and test solar
panel to the Inverter and
run the load. (5 hrs)
280. Install a solar power to
charge a rechargeable 12 V
DC battery and find out the
charging time (15 hrs)
281. Install a Solar Inverter. (5
hrs)
Cell phones
282. Dismantle, identify the
parts and assemble
different types of smart
phones (6 hrs)
283. Dismantle the cell
phone/smart phone
remove the key pad and
clean it, test for the
continuity of the
matrix/tracks (10 hrs)
284. Interface the cell
phone/smart phone to the
PC and transfer the data
card (6 hrs)
285. Flash the various brands of
cell phone/smart phone (at
least 3) (5 hrs)
286. Format the cell
phone/smart phone for
virus (approach the mobile
repair shop/service centre)
(5 hrs)
287. Unlock the handsets
through codes and
software (3 hrs)
288. Perform the interfacing of
cell phone/smart phone to
the PC and dismantle the
cell phone and identify the
power section and test its
healthiness (6 hrs)
289. Find out the fault of basic
cell phone system. Rectify
the fault in ringer section
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SPV systems and the key benefits.
Difference between SPV and
conventional power.
Solar charge controller or
regulator and its role.
Safety precautions while working
with solar systems.
Introduction
communication.
to
mobile
Concept cell site, hand off,
frequency reuse, block diagram
and working of cell phones, cell
phone features.
GSM and CDMA technology.
Use IEMI number to trace
lost/misplaced mobile phone.
and check the performance
(6 hrs)
290. Replace various faulty
parts like mic, speaker,
data/ charging/ audio jack
etc. (5 hrs)
93-94  Identify the
LED Lights
291. Dismantle the LED light,
various parts of a
identify the connections of
LED lights &
LEDs stacks, protection
stacks and
circuits, regulator (12 hrs)
troubleshoot.
292. Identify the rectifier,
controller part of LED lights
(8 hrs)
293. Make series string
connection of six LED’s and
connect four Series strings
in parallel. (8 hrs)
294. Connect to such parallel
sets in Series to create a
matrix of LED’s. (14 hrs.)
295. Apply suitable voltage and
check Voltage across series
strings. (8 hrs)
95-99  Identify, operate LCD and LED TV
296. Identify and operate
various controls,
different Controls on LCD,
troubleshoot and
LED TV (10 hrs)
replace modules
297.
Identify components and
of the LCD/LED
different sectors of LCD
TV & its remote.
and LED TV. (20 hrs)
298. Dismantle; Identify the
parts of the remote control
(10 hrs)
299. Dismantle the given
LCD/LED TV to find faults
with input stages through
connectors. (20 hrs)
300. Detect the defect in a
LED/LCD TV receiver given
to you. Rectify the fault.
(25 hrs)
301. Troubleshoot the faults in
the given LED/LCD TV
receiver. Locate and rectify
55
Types of LED panels used in
various lighting applications.
Stacking of LEDs.
Driving of LED stacks.
Difference
between
a
conventional CTV with LCD & LED
TVs.
Principle of LCD and LED TV and
function of its different section.
Basic principle and working of 3D
TV.
IPS panels and their features.
Different types of interfaces like
HDMI, USB, RGB etc.
TV Remote Control –Types, parts
and
functions,
IR
Code
transmitter and IR Code Receiver.
Working principle, operation of
remote control.
Different adjustments, general
faults in Remote Control.
the faults. (25 hrs)
302. Test LED/LCD TV after
troubleshooting the
defects (10 hrs)
303. Identify various connectors
and connect the cable
operators external decoder
(set top box ) to the TV. (5
hrs.)
100101
102103
104
Project work / Industrial visit
Revision
Examination
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8. SYLLABUS - CORE SKILLS
8.1 WORKSHOP CALCULATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DRAWING
Sl.
No.
Workshop Calculation and Science
Engineering
Drawing
First Semester
1.
2.
3.
4.
Unit: Systems of unit- FPS, CGS, MKS/SI
unit, unit of length, Mass and time,
Conversion of units
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
squa roots,
Simple problem using calculator.
Ratio &Proportion : Simple calculation
on related problems.
Engineering Drawing: Introduction and its
importance
Relationship to other technical drawing
types
- Conventions
- Viewing of engineering drawing sheets.
- Method of Folding of printed Drawing
Sheet as per BIS SP:46
SP:46-2003
Drawing Instruments : their Standard and uses
-
Drawing board, T-Square,
Square, Drafter
(Drafting M/c), Set Squares, Protractor,
Drawing Instrument Box (Compass,
Dividers, Scale, Diagonal Scales etc.),
Pencils of different Grades, Drawing pins /
Clips.
Lines :
-
- Definition, types and applications in
Drawing as per BIS SP:46-2003
SP:46
- Classification of lines (Hidden, centre,
construction, Extension, Dimension,
Section)
- Drawing lines of given length (Straight,
curved)
- Drawing of parallel lines, perpendicular line
- Methods of Division of line segment
Drawing of Geometrical Figures: Definition,
nomenclature and practice of
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57
Angle: Measurement and its types,
method
od of bisecting.
Triangle -different
different types
Rectangle, Square, Rhombus,
Parallelogram.
- Circle and its elements.
Lettering and Numbering as per BIS SP46-2003:
-
5.
Percentage : Introduction, Simple
calculation. Changing percentage to
decimal and fraction and vice-versa.
-
Single Stroke, Double Stroke, inclined,
Upper case and Lower case.
6.
Material Science : properties -Physical
Dimensioning:
& Mechanical, Types –Ferrous & Non- Definition, types and methods of
Ferrous, difference between Ferrous
dimensioning (functional, non-functional
and Non-Ferrous metals, introduction
and auxiliary)
of Iron, Cast Iron, Wrought Iron, Steel,
- Types of arrowhead
difference between Iron and Steel, Alloy
- Leader Line with text
steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, NonFerrous metals, Non-Ferrous Alloys.
7.
Mass, Weight and Density : Mass, Unit
of Mass, Weight, difference between
mass and weight, Density, unit of
density, specific gravity of metals.
8.
9.
10.
Speed and Velocity: Rest and motion,
speed, velocity, difference between
speed and velocity, acceleration,
retardation, equations of motions,
simple related problems.
Free hand drawing of
- Lines, polygons, ellipse, etc.
- geometrical figures and blocks with
dimension
- Transferring measurement from the given
object to the free hand sketches.
Sizes and Layout of Drawing Sheets
Basic principle of Sheet Size
Designation of sizes
Selection of sizes
Title Block, its position and content
Borders and Frames (Orientation marks
and graduations)
- Grid Reference
- Item Reference on Drawing Sheet (Item
List)
Method of presentation of Engineering
Drawing
-
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.
-
Pictorial View
Orthogonal View
Isometric view
Symbolic Representation (as per BIS SP:462003) of :
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58
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59
Fastener (Rivets, Bolts and Nuts)
Bars and profile sections
Weld, brazed and soldered joints.
Electrical and electronics element
Piping joints and fittings
Second Semester
Sl. No.
Duration: Six Month
Workshop Calculation and Science
1.
Algebra : Addition, Subtraction,
Multiplication, Division, Algebraic
formula, Linear equations (with two
variables).
2.
Mensuration : Area and perimeter of
square, rectangle, parallelogram,
triangle, circle, semi circle,
Engineering
Drawing
Construction of Scales and diagonal scale
Practice of Lettering and Title Block
Volume of solids – cube, cuboids,
cylinder and Sphere.
Surface area of solids – cube, cuboids,
cylinder and Sphere.
3.
Trigonometry: Trigonometrical ratios,
measurement of angles.
Dimensioning practice:
Trigonometric tables
4.
5.
Position of dimensioning (unidirectional,
aligned, oblique as per BIS SP:46-2003)
- Symbols preceding the value of
dimension and dimensional tolerance.
- Text of dimension of repeated features,
equidistance elements, circumferential
objects.
Construction of Geometrical Drawing Figures:
-
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
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-
Different Polygons and their values of
included angles. Inscribed and
Circumscribed polygons.
Conic Sections (Ellipse& Parabola)
Drawing of Solid figures (Cube, Cuboids, Cone,
Prism, Pyramid, Frustum of Cone and Pyramid.)
with dimensions.
connections – series, parallel, electric
power, Horse power, energy, unit of
electrical energy.
6.
Levers and Simple Machines: levers
and its types.
Free Hand sketch of hand tools and measuring
tools used in respective trades.
Simple Machines, Effort and Load,
Mechanical Advantage, Velocity Ratio,
Efficiency of machine, Relationship
between Efficiency, velocity ratio and
Mechanical Advantage.
7.
_
Projections:
- Concept of axes plane and quadrant.
- Orthographic projections
- Method of first angle and third angle
projections (definition and difference)
- Symbol of 1st angle and 3rd angle projection
as per IS specification.
Drawing of Orthographic projection from
isometric/3D view of blocks
8.
_
9.
_
Orthographic Drawing of simple fastener
(Rivet, Bolts, Nuts & Screw)
10.
_
Drawing details of two simple mating blocks
and assembled view.
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Third Semester
Sl. No.
1.
Duration: Six Month
Workshop Calculation and Science
Engineering
Drawing
CRO: -
Elasticity: Stress, strain, Modulus of
elasticity, elastic limit, Hooks law,
young’s modulus.
Block diagram of Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
(CRO).
Block diagram of Digital storage Oscilloscope
(DSO).
Front panel view of CRO & DSO.
2.
Material: Introduction, types and
properties. Uses of Conducting, Semiconducting and insulating materials.
3.
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.
Indices: Laws of indices related
problems.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Quadratic Equation: Introduction,
solution of simple Quadratic equation
and related problems.
Solution of simple A.C. circuit with
R.L.C. Calculation of power factor etc.
Surface Mounting devices (SMD):Front panel view of SMD station.
IC package of SMD.
Free hand drawing of Logic gates and circuits.
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. Sketches
of analog and digital modulation waveforms
Generator:Front panel control for function Generator, IC
tester, power supply, Remote control, In plane
switching
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
Series And Parallel Connection of
Electrical and Electronic components:
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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.
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Fourth Semester
Sl. No.
1.
2.
Duration: Six Month
Workshop Calculation and Science
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.
Motor parameters & Calculation:
Speed and frequency calculation of A.C
motors, D.C motors.
Engineering
Drawing
Symbol of electronic component:A. Thermocouple
B. Strain Gauge
C. LVDT(Linear variable differential
transformer)
D. Proximity Sensor
E. Free hand sketches of computer ports
DTH system:Block diagram connections of Home system.
Direct To Home (DTH).
3.
Modulation: AM/FM modulation index
calculation, calculation of Bandwidth,
Percentage of modulation in FM/AM.
Cell Phone:Block diagram of cell phone receiver system.
4.
Number Systems: Introduction,
Decimal, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal,
BCD code, ASCII code, Bit, Byte, KB, MB,
GB, Conversion, Addition, Subtraction,
Multiplication, Division, 1st and 2s
complement method, 9s and 10s
complement method.
Power supply: Block diagram of SMPS.
Block diagram of UPS-ONLINE, OFFLINE, LINE
INTERACTING.
5.
Boolean Algebra: Simplification of
Boolean Algebra equations.
Project related Drawings:A.
B.
C.
D.
6.
7.
Dancing LED’s
Smoke detector
Mobile charger
Metal detector
Project costing: Project selection, cost
of project, Simple estimation, simple
problems on profit and loss , Balance
sheet etc.
Solar power:-
Power transmission by shaft, belts and
ropes.
Fibre optic communication:-
Solar power generation block diagram.
Block diagram of fibre optic communication.
8.
Friction: Law of friction, co-efficient of
friction, angle of friction, advantage and
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9.
10.
disadvantage of friction.
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.
Gravity: Centre of Gravity, simple
experiments stable, unstable and
neutral equilibrium.
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8.2 EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
1st Semester
Duration – 55 hrs.
1. English Literacy
Pronunciation
Duration : 20 Hrs.
Marks : 09
Accentuation (mode of pronunciation) on simple words, Diction (use
of word and speech)
Functional Grammar
Transformation of sentences, Voice change, Change of tense, Spellings.
Reading
Reading and understanding simple sentences about self, work and
environment
Writing
Construction of simple sentences Writing
simple English
Speaking / Spoken
English
Speaking with preparation on self, on family, on friends/ classmates, on
know, picture reading gain confidence through role-playing and discussions
on current happening job description, asking about someone's job habitual
actions. Cardinal (fundamental) numbers ordinal numbers. Taking messages,
passing messages on and filling in message forms Greeting and introductions
office hospitality, Resumes or curriculum vita essential parts, letters of
application reference to previous communication.
2. I.T. Literacy
Duration : 20 Hrs.
Marks : 09
Introduction, Computer and its applications, Hardware and peripherals,
Switching on-Starting and shutting down of computer.
Basics of Computer
Computer Operating
System
Basics of Operating System, WINDOWS, The user interface of Windows OS,
Create, Copy, Move and delete Files and Folders, Use of External memory
like pen drive, CD, DVD etc, Use of Common applications.
Word processing and Basic operating of Word Processing, Creating, opening and closing
Documents, use of shortcuts, Creating and Editing of Text, Formatting the
Worksheet
Text, Insertion & creation of Tables. Printing document.
Basics of Excel worksheet, understanding basic commands, creating simple
worksheets, understanding sample worksheets, use of simple formulas and
functions, Printing of simple excel sheets.
Computer Networking Basic of computer Networks (using real life examples), Definitions of Local
Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), Internet, Concept of
and Internet
Internet (Network of Networks),
Meaning of World Wide Web (WWW), Web Browser, Web Site, Web page
and Search Engines. Accessing the Internet using Web Browser, Downloading
and Printing Web Pages, Opening an email account and use of email. Social
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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
Duration : 15 Hrs.
Marks
: 07
Introduction to
Communication and its importance
Communication Skills Principles of Effective communication
Types of communication - verbal, non verbal, written, email, talking on
phone.
Non verbal communication -characteristics, components-Para-language
Body language
Barriers to communication and dealing with barriers.
Handling nervousness/ discomfort.
Listening Skills
Listening-hearing and listening, effective listening, barriers to effective
listening guidelines for effective listening.
Triple- A Listening - Attitude, Attention & Adjustment.
Active Listening Skills.
Motivational Training Characteristics Essential to Achieving Success.
The Power of Positive Attitude.
Self awareness
Importance of Commitment
Ethics and Values
Ways to Motivate Oneself
Personal Goal setting and Employability Planning.
Manners, Etiquettes, Dress code for an interview
Do's & Don'ts for an interview.
Facing Interviews
Behavioral Skills
Problem Solving
Confidence Building
Attitude
2nd Semester
Duration – 55 hrs.
4. Entrepreneurship Skills
Concept of
Entrepreneurship
Duration : 15 Hrs.
Marks
: 06
Entrepreneur - Entrepreneurship - Enterprises:-Conceptual issue
Entrepreneurship vs. management, Entrepreneurial motivation.
Performance & Record, Role & Function of entrepreneurs in relation to the
enterprise & relation to the economy, Source of business ideas,
Entrepreneurial opportunities, The process of setting up a business.
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Project Preparation & Qualities of a good Entrepreneur, SWOT and Risk Analysis. Concept &
application of PLC, Sales & distribution Management. Different Between
Marketing analysis
Small Scale & Large Scale Business, Market Survey, Method of marketing,
Publicity and advertisement, Marketing Mix.
Institutions Support Preparation of Project. Role of Various Schemes and Institutes for selfemployment i.e. DIC, SIDA, SISI, NSIC, SIDO, Idea for financing/ non financing
support agencies to familiarizes with the Policies /Programmes & procedure
& the available scheme.
Investment
Procurement
Project formation, Feasibility, Legal formalities i.e., Shop Act, Estimation &
Costing, Investment procedure - Loan procurement - Banking Processes.
5. Productivity
Duration : 10 Hrs.
Marks
: 05
Personal / Workman - Incentive, Production linked Bonus,
Improvement in living standard.
Benefits
Affecting Factors
Skills, Working Aids, Automation, Environment, Motivation - How improves
or slows down.
Comparison with
developed countries
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.
Personal Finance
Management
Banking processes, Handling ATM, KYC registration, safe cash handling,
Personal risk and Insurance.
6. Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Education
Safety & Health
Duration : 15 Hrs.
Marks : 06
Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health importance of safety and
health at workplace.
Occupational Hazards Basic Hazards, Chemical Hazards, Vibroacoustic Hazards, Mechanical
Hazards, Electrical Hazards, Thermal Hazards. Occupational health,
Occupational hygienic, Occupational Diseases/ Disorders & its prevention.
Accident & safety
Basic principles for protective equipment.
Accident Prevention techniques - control of accidents and safety measures.
First Aid
Care of injured & Sick at the workplaces, First-Aid & Transportation of sick
person.
Basic Provisions
Idea of basic provision legislation of India.
safety, health, welfare under legislative of India.
Ecosystem
Introduction to Environment. Relationship between Society and
Environment, Ecosystem and Factors causing imbalance.
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Pollution
Pollution and pollutants including liquid, gaseous, solid and hazardous waste.
Energy Conservation
Conservation of Energy, re-use and recycle.
Global warming
Ground Water
Global warming, climate change and Ozone layer depletion.
Hydrological cycle, ground and surface water, Conservation and Harvesting
of water.
Environment
Right attitude towards environment, Maintenance of in -house environment.
7. Labour Welfare Legislation
Welfare Acts
Duration : 05 Hrs.
Marks
: 03
Benefits guaranteed under various acts- Factories Act, Apprenticeship Act,
Employees State Insurance Act (ESI), Payment Wages Act, Employees
Provident Fund Act, The Workmen's compensation Act.
8. Quality Tools
Duration : 10 Hrs.
Marks : 05
Quality Consciousness Meaning of quality, Quality characteristic.
Quality Circles
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.
Quality Management Idea of ISO 9000 and BIS systems and its importance in maintaining qualities.
System
House Keeping
Purpose of House-keeping, Practice of good Housekeeping.
Quality Tools
Basic quality tools with a few examples.
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ANNEXURE-I
LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENTS
ELECTRONICS MECHANIC
Sl. No.
Name of the Tools and
Specification
Quantity
Equipments
A. TRAINEES TOOL KIT ( For each additional unit trainees tool kit sl. 1-12
1 12 is required
additionally)
1.
Connecting screwdriver
10 X 100 mm
10 Nos.
2.
Neon tester 500 V.
500 V
6 Nos.
3.
Screw driver set
Set of 7
10 Nos.
4.
Insulated combination pliers
150 mm
6 Nos.
5.
Insulated side cutting pliers
150mm
8 Nos.
6.
Long nose pliers
150mm
6 Nos.
7.
Soldering iron
25 Watt, 240 Volt
10 Nos.
8.
Electrician knife
100 mm
6 Nos.
9.
Tweezers
150 mm
10 Nos.
10.
Digital Multimeter
(3 3/4 digit) ,4000 Counts
10 Nos.
11.
Soldering
dering Iron Changeable bits
15 Watt, 240 Volt
6 Nos.
12.
De- soldering pump electrical
230 V, 40 W
10 Nos.
heated, manual operators
B. SHOP TOOLS, INSTRUMENTS – For 2 (1+1) units no additional items are required
Lists of Tools:
13.
Steel rule graduated both in
300 mm,
4 Nos.
Metric and English Unit
14.
Precision set of screw drivers
T5, T6, T7
2 Nos.
15.
Tweezers – Bend tip
2 Nos.
16.
Steel measuring tape
3 meter
4 Nos.
17.
Tools makers vice
100mm (clamp)
1 Nos.
18.
Tools maker vice
50mm (clamp)
1 Nos.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Crimping tool (pliers)
Magneto spanner set
File flat bastard
File flat second cut
File flat smooth
Plier - Flat Nose
Round Nose pliers
7 in 1
8 Spanners
200 mm
200 mm
200 mm
150 mm
100 mm
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
70
26.
27.
28.
150 mm
500 grams
1 - 12 mm, set of 24 Keys
2 Nos.
1 No.
29.
30.
31.
Scriber straight
Hammer ball pen
Allen key set (Hexagonal -set of
9)
Tubular box spanner
Magnifying lenses
Continuity tester
Set - 6 - 32 mm
75 mm
1 set.
2 Nos.
32.
33.
34.
Hacksaw frame adjustable
Chisel - Cold - Flat
Scissors
300 mm
10 mm X 150 mm
200mm
2 Nos.
1 No.
35.
36.
Handsaw 450mm
Hand Drill Machine Electric with
Hammer Action
First aid kit
Bench Vice
Hand Saw - 450 mm
13 mm
1 No.
37.
38.
List of Equipments
39.
Dual DC regulated power supply
40.
DC Regulated Variable
Programmable DC Power
Supply
41.
LCR meter (Digital) Handheld
42.
CRO Dual Trace
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
Signal Generator with Digital
Display for Frequency
Amplitude
Battery Charger
Analog multimeter
Clamp meter
Function generator ( DDS
Technology (Sine, Square,
Triangle, Ramp, Pulse, Serial
Data, TTL and Modulation.)
Dimmer starter
Autotransformer
Analog Component Trainer
1 No.
6 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
Bench Vice - 125 mm
Bench Vice - 100 mm
Bench Vice - 50 mm
30-0-30 V, 2 Amps
0-30V/3A
1 No. each
4 Nos.
2 Nos.
1 No.
20 MHz (component testing
facilities)
10 Hz to 100 Khz, 50/600 Ohms
(output impedance)
0 - 6 - 9 - 12 - 24 - 48 V, 30 Amp
0 - 10 A
1 mHz -10 MHz FunctionPulse – Modulation
Generator with Built in
40MHz Frequency Counter
3 Amps
15 Amps
Breadboard for Circuit design
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2 Nos.
2 Nos.
1 No.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
Milli Ammeter (AC)
Milli Ammeter (DC)
Op Amp trainer
Digital IC Trainer
Digital IC Tester
Digital and Analog Bread Board
Trainer
with necessary
DC /AC power supply:
Sine, Square, Triangle
Modulating Signal Generator
and Simulation Software
0 – 200 mA
0 – 500 mA
Breadboard for Circuit design
with necessary
DC Power Supply, Graphical
LCD,
Clock Frequency 4 different
steps, Data Switches: 8 Nos,
LED Display: 8 Nos. (TTL), Seven
Segment Display, Teaching
Simulation Software
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 No.
DC/AC Power Supply, Sine/
Square/ TTL Generator Data
Switches, LED indication, LED
Display: 8 in Nos
Simulation/Teaching Content
through software
Rheostats various values and
ratings
6 Nos.
2 Nos. each
POWER ELECTRONICS TRAINER
with at least 6 no’s of application
board
MOSFET Characteristics
SCR Characteristics
SCR Lamp Flasher
SCR Alarm Circuit
Series Inverter
Single Phase PWM Inverter
Computers in the assembled
form (including cabinet,
motherboards, HDD, DVD,
4 No.
4 Nos.
72
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
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)
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
Circuit Design and Simulation
Software with PCB Design
with Gerber and G Code
Generation, 3D View of PCB,
Breadboard View, Fault
Creation and Simulation.
1 No.
As required
As required
4 Channel , 50MHz Real Time
Sampling 1G Samples/Sec, 12
Mpts Memory with PC
Interface USB, LAN and math
function includes +, -, FFT,
differential, integral, abs, log
etc.
Soldering & De soldering
Station
SMD Soldering & De soldering
Station with necessary
accessories
DOL starter
AC Motor Trainer Kit
¼ HP motor
Single Phase
Contactors
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
73
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
Relays
MCB
DOL Starter
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
following Sensors
1. Thermocouple
2. RTD
3. Load Cell/ Strain Gauge
4. LVDT
5. Smoke Detector Sensors
6. Speed Sensor
7. Limit Switch
8. Photo sensors
FM Modulator Type :
Reactance Modulator, Varactor
Modulator, VCO Based
Modulator
FM Demodulator type All 5
demodulation techniques
Detailed teaching and learning
contents through software.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
Core 8051, ready to run
programmer for AT89C51/52 &
55, programming modes Key
Pad and PC circuits.
Detailed learning content
through simulation Software.
1. Input Interface : 4x4 Matrix
Keypad, ASCII Key PAD, Four
Input Switch
2. Display Module 16X2 LCD,
Seven Segment, LED Bar Graph
3. ADC/DAC Module with most
popular DC/DAC0808
4. PC Interface: RS232 & USB
5. Motor Drive: DC, Servo,
Stepper
6. DAQ: Data Acquisition to
sense different sensors signals
Graphical touch LCD with
inbuilt processor for viewing
the output waveforms, In built
DAQ, and standard processing
circuits like Inverting , Non –
Inverting , Power, Current ,
Instrumentation
Differential Amplifier,
F/V,V/F,V/I,I/V Converter,
Sensors :RTD,NTC
Thermistor,LM35
74
4 Nos.
1 set
2 Nos.
9. Optocouplor
10. Proximity Sensor
77.
78.
79.
80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
86.
87.
88.
Various analog and digital ICs
useful for doing project works
mentioned in the digital and
analog IC applications modules
Different types of electronic
and electrical cables,
connectors, sockets,
terminations.
Fiber optic communication
trainer
Seven segment DPM trainer
LCD based DPM
SMPS of different make
UPS trainer
UPS 3 KVA with backup time
minimum 30 minutes
Mobile phone Trainer
Smart phones of different make
(android/Windows)
Cell phone power source with
charger chords for different cell
phones
LCD TV (Trainer kit )
Thermocouple, Gas(Smoke)
Sensor, Load cell, LVDT Sensor,
Speed Sensor
As required
As required
Full Duplex Analog & Digital
Trans-receiver with 660nm &
950nm, Noise Generator with
variable gain, Four Seven
Segment Display BER Counter,
Eye Pattern.
2 Nos.
6 Nos.
6 Nos.
4 Nos.
PWM switching technology,
Test points to measures the
voltages of different sections
Overall functioning of UPS
Trainer, AVR transformer, UPS
with load condition
1No.
1 No.
2G /3G/4G Dual SIM GSM
Handset.
Frequency measurement and
band verification. Real time
Mobile Operation
1 No.
4 Nos.
As required
21-inch full HD LCD Color
75
1 No.
Television should support PAL/
NTSC video formats
Complete block diagram of a
LCD TV system, Study board
indicating various sections of
LCD TV along with the test
points and switch faults
89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
LCD TV (21”)
LED TV (Trainer kit )
2 Nos.
20-inch full HD LED Color
Television, PAL/ NTSC video
formats, complete block
diagram of a LED TV system ,
Study board indicating various
sections of LED TV along with
the test points and switch
faults
Trouble shooting in different
sections.
LED TV (21”)
Home theatre system
Solar Training Kit/ Simulator
1 No.
2 Nos.
1No.
With built in meters for DCV,
DCA, AC multifunction Meter
(for
ACI,
ACV,
Power,
Frequency), Protection Circuits,
BS-10 terminals for making the
connection,
1 No.
Single/ Dual axis tracking
system
Charge Controller : PWM based
MPPT, Charging Stage : Bulk,
Absorptions and Float
94.
LED lighting system
Measurement of Power,
Voltage, Current, Power Factor
and Light output performance
2 sets
of different lighting products
like LED, CFL at variable input
voltages 0 to 245V variable AC
D. Shop Floor Furniture and Materials - For 2 (1+1) units no additional items are required.
95.
Instructor’s table
1 No.
96.
Instructor’s chair
2 Nos.
97.
Metal Rack
100cm x 150cm x 45cm
4 Nos.
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98.
99.
100.
101.
102.
Lockers with 16 drawers standard
size
Steel Almirah
Black board/white board
Fire Extinguisher
Fire Buckets
2 Nos.
2.5 m x 1.20 m x 0.5 m
2 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
Note: - All the tools and equipment are to be procured as per BIS specification.
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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ANNEXURE-II
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 :
Semester:
Duration of the Trade/course:
1
2
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15
Result (Y/N)
15
Total internal assessment
Marks
Economical use of
materials
10
VIVA
5
Quality in
workmanship
10
Speed in doing work
10
Skills to handle tools
& equipment
5
Application of
Knowledge
10
Ability to follow
Manuals/ Written
instructions
Father's/Mother’s
Name
5
Attendance/
Punctuality
Candidate Name
15
Workplace hygiene
Sl. No
Maximum Marks (Total 100 Marks)
Safety consciousness
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