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(For Engineering Trades under Group VII)
Syllabus for the subject
of
WORKSHOP CALCULATION
Under
CRAFT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHEME (CITS)
(For Engineering Trades under Group VII)
Re-Designed in
– 2014 -
By
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment
Directorate General of Employment & Training
0
CONTENTS
SECTION
DESCRIPTION
PAGE NO.
A.
Rationale
2
B.
General Information
3
C.
Semester wise Allotment of Time & Marks among the Subjects
4
D.
Details of Syllabus
5
E.
Grouping of Trades in Craft Instructor Training Scheme
6
F.
List of Tools & Equipments
7
G.
List of Expert Members
8
1
A.
RATIONALE
Success & Sustainability of any Training System depends upon given other things, availability of good
quality instructors. An Instructor should possess, besides trade skills, “Skills to Transfer Skills”. To cope up
this quality possession of core skills is imperative.
Ability to read Engineering Drawing is essential to perform a job / task of Engineering Trades. It is the skills
set which enables comprehending the given job and subsequent planning to complete the task/job. Thus it is
regarded as core skills for all Engineering trades.
Similarly, knowledge of basic scientific principles creates the foundation for acquiring hard skills. It is the
initial/inherent knowledge set which enables analyzing the given job and subsequent detail planning. Such as
selecting proper physical conditions e.g. Temperature for a heat treatment process, Material of cutting tool
etc.
Similarly, ability to perform simple calculations also creates the foundation for proper hard skills. It is the
inherent knowledge set which enables to analyze the given job - Quantitatively and subsequent detail
planning. Such as selecting the physical conditions quantitatively e.g. speed, feed of a cutting operation.
Thus Engineering Drawing, Workshop Calculation & Science are regarded as a core skills set for acquiring
hard skills in all Engineering Trades.
Recognizing this importance of the core skills, the subjects of Engineering Drawing and Workshop
Calculation & Science are made integral part of all Engineering Trades for Craft Instructors Training Scheme
(CITS) under NCVT.
2
B. GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Name of the Course
:
Craft Instructor Training
2. Duration of Instructor Training
:
1 Year (Two semesters each of six months duration).
3. Name of the Subject
:
WORKSHOP CALCULATION
4. Applicability
:
For all Engineering Trades of Group VII
(Electronics Mechanic, Mechanic Consumer Electronics
Appliances, Technician Power Electronics System.
Mechanic R & TV, ITESM)
5. Examination
:
AITT to be held at the end of each semester.
6. Space Norms
:
One Class Room of minimum 30 sq.m. area having Minimum
width of 5 m. with minimum Illumination of 6000 lumen will
be reqd..
The electrical equipments of Drawing Hall should
conform to minimum 3 star Building energy rating as
per Bureau of Energy Efficiency (B.E.E.)
:
1 Kw
8. Unit strength(Batch Size)
:
20
Entry qualification
:
7.
9.
Power Norms
(a) Possessing National Trade Certificate/
National Apprenticeship Certificate in the following
Trades
i) Electronics Mechanic
ii) Mechanic Consumer Electronic Appliances
iii) Technician Power Electronics Systems and
all the trades under Electronics group operated
as on date
OR
(b) Possessing Diploma /Degree in appropriate branch of
Electronics Engineering
10. Trainers’ Qualification
:
(a) Academic Qualification: 10th class pass or equivalent.
(b) Technical Qualification: Degree in Electronics Engineering
(Degree should be from recognized University)
OR
Three year Diploma in Electronics Engineering (trade concerned)
(Diploma should be from recognized Board / Institution).
(c) Experience: Two years for Degree; Five years for
Diploma as an Instructor.
Desirable: Passed National Craft Instructor Training course in
same or relevant trade. .
In case of two units, one trainer must be Degree in Engineering.
Desirable: Craft Instructor Certificate in RoD & A course
under NCVT.
One full time instructor is required for two batches.
For one batch, the instructor may be out sourced/hired on contract basis.
3
C. GROUPING OF TRADES IN CRAFT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHEME
GROUP NO.
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
TRADE NAME
Forger & Heat Treater, Carpenter, Foundry man, Pattern Maker Sheet Metal Worker, ALL
WELDER TRADES {Welder, Welder (GMAW &GTAW), Welder (Pipe), Welder
(Structural), Welder (Fabrication & Fitting) and Welder (Welding & Inspection)},
Plumber.
Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Mech. Ref. & Air Conditioning, Farm Mech. & Mech.
Agricultural Machineries
Draughtsman (Mechanical), Draughtsman (Civil), Reading of Drawing & Arithmetic
(RoD&A), Surveyor , Draughtsman (Architect)
Fitter, Turner, Machinist, Machinist (Grinder), Tool & Die Maker, MMTM, Operator
Adv. M/C Tool, Refractory Technician.
Electrician, Wireman
Maintenance Mech. (CP), Attendant Operator(CP), Instrument Mechanic(CP), Laboratory
Attendant(CP), Instrument Mechanic
Electronics Mechanic, Mechanic Radio TV, IT&ESM, Computer Hardware & Networking
Maintenance.
4
D.
SEMESTER WISE ALLOTMENT OF TIME & MARKS AMONG THE SUBJECTS FOR CITS
SUBJECTS
First
semester
Second
semester
Hrs. /
Week
Trade Practical – 1
Trade Theory - 1
Workshop Cal. & Sc.
Engineering Drawing
Library
20
6
6
6
2
TOTAL for Sem. - I
Trade Practical – 2
Trade Theory - 2
Training Methodology Practical
Training Methodology Theory + IT
TOTAL
40
16
4
12
6+2
Hourly Distribution
40
80
% of
time
allotted
50
15
15
15
5
Marks
Sessional
Full
Marks
Pass Marks
Exam.
Sessional
Total
200
100
50
100
-
30
20
-
230
120
50
100
120
60
30
60
18
12
-
138
72
30
60
40
10
30
450
200
100
200
50
30
20
30
500
230
120
230
270
120
60
120
30
18
12
18
300
138
72
138
20
100
20
120
60
12
72
600
1050
100
150
700
1200
360
630
60
90
420
720
TOTAL: 1200 marks for 2 semesters Pass marks: 720
Subject
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
Total for Trade
Training Methodology
(Practical)
Training Methodology
(Theory) + IT
Total for Training
Methodology & IT
Engineering Drawing
Workshop Cal. & Sc.
Library
5
Time in %
45
12.5
57.5
15
Marks in %
38
20
58
19
12.5
10
27.5
29
7.5
7.5
2.5
12
4
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A. Details of WORKSHOP CALCULATION & SCIENCE syllabus
Under Craft Instructor Training Scheme (CITS)
Group-VII
Unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
WORK SHOP CALCULATION AND SCIENCE
Quantities and Units of Measurement:
International System of Units. Selected Physical Quantities.
Forming Decimal Multiples and Submultiples of the SI units.
Algebra :
Linear Equations in Two variables.
Quadratic Equations.
Menstruation :
Area of rectangles, squares, triangles, circles regular polygons.
Calculation of surface areas and volumes of cube, cuboids,
cylinder, sphere and cone . Calculation density and weight of
simple solid bodies such as cubes , squares.
Trigonometry:
Fundamental identities. Trigonometric ratios of
complementary angles
Heights and distances - Introduction, simple problems.
Passive components:Resistor colour code problems. Problems on Ohms law. Series
and parallel circuits.
Potential dividers. Power and energy calculation in electrical
circuits.
Electricity bill calculations. Problems on Kirchhoff current
laws,
Kirchhoff voltage laws. Wheatstone bridge resistance and
current , voltage calculation
Simple problems on inductance, mutual inductance. Inductors in
series and parallel.
Capacitance and capacitors in series and parallel. Cells in series
and parallel.
AC fundamentals:Converting frequency into time period and vice versa.
Calculating sine wave, RMS value, Average value, form factor.
Problems on transformer Ratio. Transformer iron and copper
losses and efficiency.
HOURS
8
MARKS
3
8
3
12
5
14
6
14
6
18
6
12
6
Simple problems on Inductive reactance, capacitive reactance,
impedance. Q Factor of coil.
Calculating impedance, current, voltage in RC, RL, RLC
circuits.
Simple problems on resonance frequency and bandwidth.
7
Transistor amplifier and oscillator:Calculating transistor gain using Ic, IE, IB. Relation between
alpha, beta, gamma.
Simple Calculating – Ic, VCE, Vcc, transistor amplifier.
Gain, decibel gain calculation on single and multistage
amplifiers. Problems on oscillators- calculating output frequency
of oscillators.
6
8
9
10
Problems on multi vibrators- calculating time period, duty cycle.
Calculating RC time constant.
Modulation and de-modulation: percentage of modulation,
modulation index, USF and LSF calculations. Frequency
spectrum of modulated wave
Power transmitter by carrier, power transmitter by side bands.
Digital systems
Conversion between binary, decimal, octal and hexa- decimal
numbers.
Binary to BCD code, binary to Grey code conversion vies versa.
Binary addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Binary addition using ones and twos compliment.
Realization of Logic diagrams for given logic expressions.
Demerger’s theorem and Boolean algebra. Simple calculation
using Boolean algebra
Illumination and power:Room light illumination calculation, candela, foot-candle and
lux. Estimation with LED lamp, florescent lamp illumination.
Calculating Power consumption of water heater, micro oven,
washing machines. Calculation of fuse size. Water cooler flow
rate.
Cost estimation for components, repairing of various circuits.
Total
Uses of scientific calculator will be allowed.
7
6
2
24
8
10
5
126
50
List of Tools & Equipments
F.
Sl. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
NAME OF TOOLS / EQUIPMENTS
Laptop with latest configuration
Almirah steels (Major)
Chest of drawers 8 drawers (standard)
Class room chairs and table
Instructor’s chair.
Instructor’s table
LCD projector with screen
8
QUANTITY
1 no.
2 nos.
3 nos.
For a batch of 20
students
1 nos.
1 nos.
1 no.
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