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SYLLABUS OF METRO CONSTRUCTION (CIVIL) – FULL ONE YEAR CURRICULUM (SEMESTER 1
SYLLABUS OF
METRO CONSTRUCTION (CIVIL) – FULL
ONE YEAR CURRICULUM (SEMESTER 1
& 2)
Designed in
2014
By
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment (DGE&T)
FORMAT
1. Cover Page
2. Title
3. General Information
4. Week wise contents of TT and TP (In tabular form)
5. Tools and Equipment list- broad specification
6. List of the consumable
7. Trade testing and certification
8. Further learning options
9. List of Trade Committee Members
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.Name of the Course
2. N.C.O. Code No.
3.Qualification Pack Code No.
4.Duration of Training
5.Entry Qualification
6.Unit Strength
7.Space Norms
8.PowerNorms
Metro Construction (Civil) – Full One Year Curriculum
(Semester 1 & 2)
Twelve months
(Two semesters of six Months each)
10th pass, 12th pass, ITI pass with 0 - 2 years’
experience in any one of the following engineering
trades:
1.
Draughtsman civil
2.
Electrician
3.
A/c and Refrigeration
4.
Surveyor
5.
Fitter
6.
Painter (gen)
7.
Wiremen
8.
Architectural assistant
9.
Interior Decoration and Deign
10. Sheet metal
11. Steel fabricator
12. Carpenter
20 Trainees( -each batch of 20 Trainees)
a) Class room: 30sqm.
b) Workshop: 80 sqm.
a) Class room: 1kw (6000lumen)
b) Workshop:2kw (30,000lumen)
9.Job Role:
At the end of course the trainee will be able to: Describe and demonstrate the importance on managing work, effectively managing
manpower, materials and resources at the construction site.
 List and describe types of metro, method statement for metro and different methods of
metro construction.
 Describe and demonstrate the use of various tools, materials and equipment used for stone,
brick and block masonry. Demonstrate how to perform simple stone, brick and block
masonry tasks, ensure that workers follow proper housekeeping practices before, during and
after construction activities.
 Enforce safety at the site when masons are involved in different construction activities
 Describe types of road, preparation of subgrade and sub base, demonstrate methods
compaction and testing, elaborate about super elevate on and chamber, traffic control
devices.
 Describe types of scaffold and uses, planning and erection of scaffolding work, risks involved
and control, inspection and maintenance.
 List and describe types of metro, method statement for metro and different methods of
metro construction.
 Describe and demonstrate the use of various tools, materials and equipment used for stone,
brick and block masonry. Demonstrate how to perform simple stone, brick and block
masonry tasks, ensure that workers follow proper housekeeping practices before, during and
after construction activities.
 Enforce safety at the site when masons are involved in different construction activities
 Describe types of road, preparation of subgrade and sub base, demonstrate methods
compaction and testing, elaborate super elevation and chamber, traffic control devices.
 Describe types of scaffold and uses, planning and erection of scaffolding work, risks involved
and control, inspection and maintenance.
 Co-ordinate all aspects of Tunnel, piling, diaphragm wall construction in order to ensure
proper construction as per plans and specifications
 Co-ordinate the proper storage of materials at the construction site in order to prevent
damage and wastage of materials
 Enforce safe practices of construction to prevent accidents from happening
 Supervise all aspects of segment casting in order to ensure proper construction as per plans
and specifications
 Supervise lifting and erection operations to ensure all loads are lifted as per schedule in a
safe manner
 Describe the purpose and applications of welding
 Describe and demonstrate the use of various tools, materials and equipment used for
welding
 Demonstrate how to perform oxyacetylene welding
 Ensure that workers follow proper housekeeping practices before, during and after welding
activities
 Enforce safety at the site when welding works are involved in different construction
activities
10.Instructor’s Qualification
Training officer/Instructor–2no’s
Workshop attendant–1 no
11.Instructor’s/Trainer’s Qualification
(a) Academic Qualification:
(i)Graduate in Civil Engineering
OR
(ii) Diploma in Civil Engineering
(b)Technical Qualification:
 For graduate civil engineer at least 2
years exp in civil construction
OR
For Diploma civil engineer at least 4 years of
exp in civil construction.
(c)Desirable Qualification:
For graduate civil engineer at least 2 years
exp in metro construction
OR
For Diploma civil engineer at least 4 years of
exp in metro construction.
Syllabus for Metro Construction (Civil) – Full One Year Curriculum
First Semester (Semester Code No. – MCC: SEM-I)
Duration: Six Months
Syllabus for TP01 and TT01
Week wise content Index of First Semester
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Contents Heading
Week
No.
1,2,3
Practical
English grammar, reading and
writing in English
Computer basics, Microsoft Word
4,5,6
and typing, Reading drawings and
Construction mathematics
Communication skills,
7,8,9,10 Interpersonal skills, Time
management, presentation skills
Theory
MCC-100
Basic English I
MCC-200
Computing Skills I
MCC-300
Soft Skills I
Duration
3 weeks
3weeks
4weeks
11,12
Pile Load test
MCC-400
Introduction to Metro
Construction and
Piling co- ordination
13,14
Identify types of steel, Bar
bending tying, threading of steel ,
Mixing of concrete, testing of
concrete, Types of excavation,
Shoring
MCC-500
Steel Co-ordination,
Concrete and Excavation
Co-ordination
3 weeks
Erection and lifting operations,
Diaphragm Construction
Procedure
MCC-600
Erection and
Lifting Coordination ,
Diaphragm wall Coordination
2 weeks
15,16
Inspection, Preparation
and execution of area,
Types of stores,
MCC-700
Reporting Procedures,
Surface Management,
17,18,19 Storage and preservation
Material Management,
methods, Sub-grade
Roadwork Management
preparation, Compaction
of Soil, Traffic control
devices
20,21,22,
OJT /Site Visit/Project work
23
Revision
24
25,26 Examination
1 weeks
3 weeks
4 weeks
1 week
2 weeks
Syllabus for Metro Construction (Civil) – Full One Year Curriculum
Second Semester (Semester Code No. – MCC: SEM-II)
Duration: Six Months
Syllabus for TP02 and TT02
Week wise content Index of Second Semester
Sl.
No.
Week No
1.
1
2.
2,3
3.
4,5,6
4.
Contents Heading
Practical
Theory
Duration
Plain English , Spoken
English
Page Layout, PowerPoint, Excel
,Internet
dealing with Colleagues,
Professional Conduct, Dealing
with difficult people, Etiquette I
meetings, Netiquette, Etiquette
in and around the office
MCC-800
Basic English II
MCC-900
Computing Skills II
MCC-1000
Soft Skills II
3weeks
7
Tunnelling methods and
safety methods
MCC-1100
Tunnel Co-ordination
1week
5.
8
Requirement for safety,
Risk assessment
Types of scaffold, Risk
controls, Inspection and
maintenance
MCC-1200
Safety &
Scaffold Management
1week
6.
9
Types of masonry and processes
MCC-1300
Masonry
1week
7
10
Types, construction procedure,
Shifting and lifting segments
Segment Casting
MCC-1400
Launching Co-ordination &
Segmental Casting Coordination
1 week
8
11 to 22
9
10
1week
2weeks
OJT/Site visit /Project work
11+1 weeks
23,24
Revision
2 weeks
25,26
Examination
2weeks
Syllabus for Metro Construction (Civil) – Full One Year Curriculum
First Semester (Semester Code No –MCC: SEM-I)
Duration: Six Months
Syllabus for TP01 and TT01
Week
No.
1,2,3
Trade Practical
INDUCTION TRAINING:
 Describe and list the eight parts
of speech – Pronoun, Verb,
Adjectives,
Adverbs,
Preposition, Conjunction and
Interjection.
 Practice
using
tenses
appropriately in speech and
while writing English
 Practice using punctuation
correctly and as needed while
writing English
 Differentiate between active
voice and passive voice
 Read English fluently
 Practice reading comprehension
 Write English correctly without
mistakes
 Practice writing flow and write
essays effectively
Trade Theory
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Grammar - parts of speech,
tenses,
punctuation,
voices,
direct, indirect speech
Reading skills - definition, reading
comprehension, importance of
reading
comprehension,
Importance of Skilful Reading
Comprehension, Reading Fluency
and Instruction, tips to help
improve reading
Writing Skills – steps to writing
process, drafting, writing flow,
rules for using bullet points,
planning an essay, using quotes,
paragraph structure
4,5,6
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List and describe different types
of
computers,
operation
systems
List and describe parts of a
desktop computer, functions of
various keys on the keyboard
List and describe the external
and internal parts of a CPU,
common computer peripherals
Setup a desktop computer or
laptop computer, migrate files
and settings
Perform various tasks on the
computer and Install computer
peripherals correctly
Practice creating, editing, basic
formatting and printing of
documents in Microsoft word
Practice and develop tying skill
Practice reading drawings
Calculate areas and
Volume for common
shapes.
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Computer Basics - Introduction to
computers, different types of
computers, operating systems,
types of operating systems, basic
parts of a desktop computer,
types of desktop applications,
computer peripherals, setting up
a computer, laptop, installing
peripherals, operating system and
its components, computer’s file
system, opening applications,
computer
safety
and
maintenance, backing up the
computer,
troubleshooting
methods
MS word and Typing Skills – Basic
formatting in word documents,
main toolbar, formatting the
document, formatting paragraphs,
cut, copy, paste, formatting text,
numbered and bulleted lists,
headers footers, creating tables,
printing, developing typing skills,
one
handed
typing
and
keyboards, ergonomics 
Reading
drawings
and
construction mathematics
7,8,9,10
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Practice effective
communication and active
listening
Differentiate between all types
of listeners
Practice tips to improve active
learning ability
Practice effective verbal and
nonverbal communication
Differentiate between attitude
and behaviour
Practice conflict resolution
Practice effective time
management
Practice proper presentation
techniques
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 Communication skills –
Introduction, importance of
communication, communication
process, communication
problems, active listening, types
of listeners, tips to improve Active
Listening Ability, Effective verbal
and nonverbal communication
 Interpersonal skills – introduction,
body language, assertiveness,
clarity, rapport building, Positive
attitude and behaviour, resolving
conflict, teamwork, peer
relationship
 Time management - Introduction,
tips, planning and organization,
Using Time Effectively
 Presentation skills – Introduction,
definition, delivery methods,
preparation and planning, visuals,
Verbal skills, Voice and
pronunciation, Effective Use of
Presentation Tools, Top Five Slide
Key Points
 Personal appearance and
grooming – Introduction, Basic
Social Etiquette, first impressions,
business formal attire, telephone
etiquette, dining etiquette, Tips
to Improve Self-Confidence,
Building Self-Esteem, improve
motivation, personal change and
goal setting
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Site Visit and practical: Observe
and record the activities carried
out during preparation of area
for piling.
Site Visit and practical: Observe
and record the activities carried
out during pile load test.
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the steps carried out
during excavation of pile
Site Visit and practical: Observe
and note down the method of
shoring carried out at site
Site Visit and practical: Observe
and note down the types of
inspection carried out in
Material management.
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the stacking and storage
procedure
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the steps for concrete
piling
Site Visit and practical: Observe
and record the procedure
followed in cage preparation for
piling
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Role of a supervisor, Supervisor
functional role from a construction
company, the supervisor as
manager
Managing manpower, rewards, and
motivational techniques
Components, objectives , Functions
of material management, planning,
purchasing, receiving , inspection
Time management processes,
effective
factors
on
time
management, Importance of time
management.
Preparation of area for piling, piling
types,
Classification
of
pile
concerning type of material,
purpose of piling, Advantages and
Drawbacks of different pile material
Plate load test method
payment and measurement, basis
of payment
Methods of shoring, Buildings,
trenches, soil nailing , ships, types
of bentonite and its uses, Types of
piling machine
Weigh
batching,
casting
of
concrete, breaking of pile heads,
Pile cage assembly, heavy duty cage
formers
12
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Site Visit and practical Observe
and note down the types of
steel used in construction site
Site Visit and practical Observe
and note down the tools and
equipment used in bar bending
Site Visit and practical Observe
and record the different types of
ties and note down the steps
followed in rebar tying
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the types of thread
Site visit and practical: Observe
and note down the procedure
involved for preparation for
steel by following different
types of process a) open hearth
process b) Bessemer converter
c) electric furnace d) continuous
casting e) oxygen lance method
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Steel types- High carbon, Mild,
medium carbon, stainless steel,
high speed, cobalt, nickel
chromium, aluminium, chromium
steel
Bar bending tools – bar bending
lever, hook/tying hook, tape
measure, Vernier caliper etc,
storage and maintenance of tools,
bar bending materials, different
types of rebar, bar bending power
tools and machine, rebar cutting
machine, bending machine,
power tool precautions
Bar bending schedule, shapes of
links, hooks and stirrups,
preparation of BBS, advantages
Rebar tying wire or binding wire,
different types of ties, rebar tying
hand tools and power tools, bar
bending power tool, PVC coated
binding wire, identifying rebars
and formers, straighten, measure,
cut and tie rebar, measuring ,
cutting , tying rebar , uses of
couplers
Threading of steel , types of
thread, laps of the main
reinforcement, distribution
reinforcement, stacking of steel,
objectives before storing, correct
method of stacking , tips on
storing coils of rebar, sleeper logs
placement, incorrect stacking of
rebar and sleeper logs placement
, Methods for Protection of Steel
from Corrosion, reuse of steel
Open hearth process, Bessemer
converter, electric furnace,
continuous casting, oxygen lance
method
13,14
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Site Visit and practical:
Observe different types of
sand and concrete,
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
different types of concrete
mixing
Site Visit and practical:
observe and record the
procedure involved in hand
mixing and machine mixing
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the steps involved in
curing of concrete
Lab test: Concrete Testing –
cube test, penetration test,
permeability test,
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
steps involved and the
procedure for treating if
there is a cold joint in
concrete
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and note down
different types of shotcrete
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
excavation involved
depending upon the type of
material excavated
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
excavation involved
depending upon the purpose
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
types of shoring and
methods of shoring
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and note down the
steps involved during
excavations taking place to
an adjacent structure
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the safety precautions
to avoid the collapse of a
ground
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Materials used in concrete,
aggregates, sand and its types,
grading of aggregates, cement,
types of Portland cement, special
cements, measurement of
materials, fine aggregates, coarse
aggregates, water
Grade of concrete, properties of
concrete, types of concrete
Mixing of concrete, hand mixing,
machine mixing , curing of concrete,
use of fly ash into concrete
Concrete testing- cube test,
penetration test, permeability test,
remedial measures to avoid cold
joints, finishing off, concrete
repairing techniques
Excavation and soil, types of
excavation, according to type of
material excavated, purpose of
work, soil types
Shoring – types and methods of
shoring, completion of excavated
work, Method of disposing the
bentonite mix soil, Transportation
of excavated material, pattern of
soil stacking
Excavation hazards, existing
hazards, identification utilities
Excavations adjacent to structures,
Engineering measures for
excavations adjacent to structures,
Analysis of retaining walls with
active earth pressure for
excavations adjacent to structures
Preventing ground collapse, ground
conditions, benching and battering,
shoring , hydraulic systems, piling,
removal of shoring support
Roles and responsibilities- PersonIn-Charge, Person Conducting the
Work, standby, competent person,
Excavation rescue, Emergency
rescue equipment, procedures
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Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
arrangements done in
launching shaft Lowering
and Assembly of TBM Parts
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
steps involved in erection of
TBM
Site Visit and practical: note
down the operation
procedure for erection of
steel structures
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and note down the
operation procedure
involved in erection of
launchers
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and note down the
operation procedure
involved in erection of
Cranes
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and note down the
operation procedure
involved in erection of shed
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and note down the
operation procedure
involved in erection of light
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
factors affecting safe lifting
operation
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the key factors
considering while lifting the
load
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
method involved in lifting
operations
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Erection of TBM, major components
of TBM, Retrieval Shaft and
Launching Construction, Launching
shaft, Arrangements in Launching
Shaft for Lowering and Assembly of
TBM Parts, Arrangements for
Transition from Initial to Main Drive,
TBM main drive, retrieval shaft,
breakthrough
Erection of steel structure,
operation procedure, bracings,
joints
Erection of launchers, procedure
Erection of cranes, procedure,
Internal climbing 3-beam, Internal
ladder climbing, external climbing
frame
Erection of sheds, Building the
shed, felting the roof, finishing
touches,
Preparation for erection, erection
procedure,
Lifting erection – introduction ,
Personnel Related to the Lifting
Operation, Roles and
Responsibilities of Lifting
Supervisors
Factors affecting safe lifting
operations , general, machine,
material, method of rigging,
Common Hazards Associated with
Unsecured/ Slippage of Loads,
Common Hazards Associated with
Lifting Operations Involving Mobile
Cranes
Lifting plan , Risk Assessments and
Permit-To-Work, Harmonisation of
the Lifting Plan, Changes to lifting
plans
Contd…
 Lifting equipment - Introduction to
Lifting Appliances and Gear, General
requirements for lifting
accessories/Gear, selection of
cranes, mobile crane, tower crane,
selection of equipment, Equipment
Positioning and Installation,
Identification of Lifting Equipment,
Erection and Maintenance of Lifting
Equipment, Sample checklists for
various cranes, Maintenance and
repair, Selection of Lifting Gears for
Lifting Operations,
 Load Calculation Basic,
 Recommended Rigging and Slinging
Methods, The Included Angle Hoist
Hooks
 Control of Lifting Equipment,
Identification and SWL, Register of
Lifting Equipment, Handling and
Storage, Thorough Examinations
and Inspections, General safety,
Lifting Equipment Operators,
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Site Visit and practical:
Observe and record the
construction procedure and
sequence of diaphragm wall
Site Visit and practical:
Observe and note down the
steps carried out during
excavation for diaphragm
wall
Site Visit and practical: Note
down the equipment used
during diaphragm
construction
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Diaphragm walls, Equipment,
Applications
Construction Procedure,
Construction Sequence, Preparation
of Bentonite Slurry, Placing of
Concrete, Excavation,
Reinforcement Cages, Concreting,
Diaphragm wall panel Joining,
applications, Advantages and
Disadvantages of Diaphragm Wall,
Safety
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Site visit and Practical: Carry
out various investigation test
methods such as a) Perform
Penetration of rods
dynamically test b)
Penetration by rotation test
[Swedish methods] c) Cone
penetrometer test. d)
Conduct electrical resistivity
method. e) Perform Standard
Proctor Compaction Test and
Modified Proctor Test
Site Visit and practical:
Observe the conditions of
site thoroughly and record
steps involved for
preparation of site
Site Visit: Observe the
execution of area utilization
plan
Site Visit and Practical:
Record and note remarks of
conditions and maintenance
of various stores located at
construction sites such as
material stores, equipment
stores etc., if any
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Inspection, examination of surface,
Factors affecting survey
programme, Procedure of
investigations, Reconnaissance,
Preliminary investigation, Detailed
investigation, Analysis of results of
exploration, Investigation methods,
Geophysical exploration methods,
Amount of exploration, sampling,
Inspection of ground settlement,
Inspection of compaction test,
Standard Proctor Compaction Test,
Compaction Lab Components,
Modified Proctor Test
Site preparation, Land Grading,
construction exit
Site utilization plan
Execution of area utilization plan,
objective, potential benefits,
support facilities, Furnish and equip
office
Stacking of material in sequence
Stacking methods
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Site Visit: To observe various
materials being stored at the
site, type of storage and the
security measures being
followed at the site.
Site Visit: To observe
activities being carried out in
the store room, physical
layout of the storeroom and
the reporting procedures
being followed by the
workmen at the store.
Site Visit: To observe
common hand operated
material
handling
equipments to handle and
transfer materials at the store
room.
Site Visit: To observe
common power operated
material handling equipment
to handle and transfer
materials at the store room.
Site Visit: To observe the
commonly used material
storage equipment at the
store room.
Site Visit: To observe the
commonly used material
storage equipment at the
store room and the methods
of storing materials using
those equipment.
Site Visit: To observe various
methods of storing adopted
in the store room to store the
materials.
Site Visit: To observe the
methods
of
preserving
various materials in the
storeroom.
Site Visit: To observe the
concepts of codification,
standardisation,
and
simplification
and
ABC
analysis, being used at the
store.
Site Visit and Practical: To
observe various records,
documents being maintained
at the store room and the
procedure
of
preparing
various record of material
receipt section.
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Types of Stores- Main or Centralised
Stores, Sectional, Central Stores with
sub stores, Tool and Miscellaneous
Stores , Warehouses; Security
Measures.
Functions of Storekeeper, Functions
of Store Keeping, Objectives of
storage, Issue Procedure, Location of
Stores, Layout of Stores, Reporting.
Material Handling Equipment such
as Conveyors, Industrial Trucks etc.,
Methods of Prevention, Material
handling and efficiency, Handoperated Equipment, Power driven
equipment, Importance of Material
Handling Equipment, Scope of
Material handling equipments.
Terminology, Storeroom Equipment,
Types of Steel Equipment.
Characteristics of Storage Materials,
Storage
System
Performance,
Methods of Storing, Conventional
Storage Methods and Equipment,
Preservation of Stores, Preservatives
in Storage.
Advantages of Codification, Design
of Codification Digits, Codification
Structure, Significance of Digits,
Benefits
of
Standardisation,
Standardisation and Simplification,
Procedure of Standardisation, Items
to be standardised, Methods of
Standardisation, ABC Analysis.
Stores Recording and Documents
Used,
Receipt
of
Materials,
Inspection of Materials, Issue of
Materials, Verification of Stores,
Materials Control.
Safety in manual materials handling,
Lifting by hand, Safety in use of
lifting Machines and tackles,
Operating rules for Cranes, Hand
trucks, Fork Trucks, Hoists, Insulated
Aerial Baskets, Precautions in use of
Wire ropes and wire slings,
Precautions in use of Chains and
chain slings, Slings, Safety in stores
operations.
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Contd..
Site Visit and Practical: To
observe the procedure of
preparing and maintaining
various records used for
inspection and issue of
materials
Site Visit: To observe the
procedure of preparing and
maintaining various records
used for verification of stores
and control of materials at
the store room.
Site Visit: To observe the
procedures
of
manual
handling of materials and
safe measures practiced at
the store room while
managing the
materials
manually.
Site Visit: To observe the
procedures of handling
materials using power
operated equipment and
common safe measures
practiced at the store room.
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25,26
Site visit: To observe various
the process of preparation of
subgrade in construction site.
Site visit: To observe various
the
process
of
soil
compaction, soil properties
affected by compaction in
construction site.
Site visit: To observe various
the compaction equipment
used at the work place.
Site visit: To observe the
process of preparation of
Subbases,
traffic
management at the work
place.
Site visit: To observe the
process of application of
binding material, finishing
and quality control of sub
base work, and laying of
bituminous
concrete
pavement at the work place.
Site visit: To observe the
concept of super elevation
and gradient of road at the
work place.
Site visit: To observe the
types of road gradients,
importance of drainage and
footpaths at the work place.
Site visit: To observe the
types of traffic control
devices at the work place.
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Preparation of Subgrade, Road Roller
Advantages of soil compaction,
Design Considerations, Various Soils
Compaction Characteristics, Other
Factors That Influence Density,
Specifications
of
Compaction,
Compaction Field control, Test on
Compaction,
Road
compaction
machinery types.
Granular Sub Base- Construction
Operations, Water Bound Macadam
Sub-base/
baseConstruction
Operations, Bituminous concrete,
Paving mixtures Composition.
Super elevation, Super elevation
building method, Axis of Rotation for
multi-lane highways, Types of road
slopes.
Signs, Signs of Regulatory, Traffic
regulated Sign.
OJT/Site visit / Project work
Revision
Examination
Syllabus for Metro Construction (Civil) – Full One Year Curriculum
Second Semester (Semester Code No- MCC: SEM II)
Duration: Six Months
Syllabus for TP02and TT02
Week
No.
1.
Trade Practical
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Practice writing and reading in English
using right tone and formality
List and describe different types of
sentences
Differentiate between active and passive
verbs
Follow rules of plain English
Practice writing high impact letters
Practice writing emails by following
important guidelines
Practice speaking in English
Describe vowels
Trade Theory
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Plain English – Plain English
guidelines, tone, formality,
types of sentences, active and
passive verbs, rules of plain
English, Common marks of
punctuation, Structure of
Effective Letters, Tips for
Writing High Impact Letters,
email writing guidelines
Spoken English – Phonetics,
phonetic structure, Description
of Vowels, phonetic symbols
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Practice laying out pages in MS Word
Practice creating presentations using MS
PowerPoint
Practice creating spread sheets using MS
Excel
Practice using the internet
Differentiate between LAN and WAN
Create a gmail account
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Page layout in MS word – line
length, typefaces, heading etc.
MS PowerPoint – Introduction,
PowerPoint window, exploring
PowerPoint, file tab etc.
designing and customizing
slides, inserting and editing
images, inserting movies,
presenting slides, animation
and effects
MS Excel – MS Excel 2010
window, navigation and
entering data, formulae and
function, file operations,
moving and copying data
Internet – Introduction, LAN,
WAN, servers and clients,
World Wide Web, internet
browser, Common Tools and
Terms of the Internet,
Navigating Web Pages and
Web Sites, printing pages,
creating g-mail account,
writing an email, reading an
email
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Practice proper etiquette and follow
rules of behaviour
Practice dealing with colleagues
appropriately
Practice all aspects of professional
conduct
Practice dealing with different types of
communicators
Practice dealing with difficult people
and issues
Practice proper etiquette in meetings
Practice proper etiquette while using
the internet and while using cell phones
Practice proper etiquette in and around
the office
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Etiquette and rules of
behaviour - personal
behaviour, polite society
Dealing with colleagues –
elements of a relationship,
addressing colleagues,
Etiquette for Personal Contact,
Guidelines for interacting with
a colleague with a disability
comprise
Professional Conduct –
Professional communication,
communication styles, dealing
with different communication
styles, movements, gestures,
eye contact etc. quality of
work, clothing and accessories
Dealing with difficult people
and issues – professionally,
ethics, principles of ethics
Etiquette in meetings – points
to consider when arranging a
meeting, formal meetings
Netiquette – Internet usage
policy, E-mail Etiquette Rules
and Advice, cell phone
etiquette – do’s and don’ts
Etiquette in and around the
office – open plan office
etiquette, open plan office
protocols, maintaining a
productive environment,
Courtesy when eating and
drinking
Leadership skills – born leader,
Traits of Every Successful
Leader, Differentiating
Between Management Skills
and Leadership Skills,
leadership styles, delegation,
mentoring
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Site Visit: To observe various tunnelling
activities being carried out at the site,
familiarize themselves with the method
of tunnelling at the site, identify hazards
and assess risks.
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
various activities carried identify
whether the method of tunnelling being
carried out at the site is through hard
rocks or soft ground. And record the
sequence of construction of the tunnel.
Site Visit: To observe the tunnel being
constructed at the site and determine
the Method of ventilation being used in
the tunnel, determine whether the type
of ventilation being used is adequate for
the workers, whether there is any
fouling in the tunnel and determine
possible causes for the fouling and note
down the type of equipment being used
for ventilation.
Site Visit: To observe the tunnel being
constructed at the site and determine
the method of lighting and method of
drainage being used in the tunnel,
determine whether the type of lighting
and drainage system being used is
adequate for the workers. Also
determine the cause of any accidents
that happened in the tunnel.
Site Visit: To observe the construction of
cut and cover tunnels under
construction and identify the method of
construction used. Record the sequence
of construction. Note the type of
equipment and machinery used to
construct the tunnels. At the same time,
trying to identify potential hazards and
risks encountered during construction
and propose adequate safety measures.
Site Visit: To observe blasting activities
carried out during tunnel construction
at the site, record the type of explosive
being used, understand the blasting
sequence, type of drilling equipment
used, the drilling pattern and rate of
drilling. At the same time, trying to
identify potential hazards and risks
encountered during blasting and
propose adequate safety measures
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Purpose of Tunnels,
Advantages and disadvantages
of Tunnels, Favourable
conditions for the Tunnel
construction, Tunnel
Classification, Type of rocks
encountered, Defects of rocks,
Preliminary explorations,
Sequence of operations,
Methods of tunnelling in hard
rocks, Methods of Tunnelling in
soft grounds.
Ventilation, Methods of
ventilation in tunnels- Natural
ventilation and Mechanical
ventilation, Equipment for
ventilation, Lighting and
drainage of tunnels, Tunnel
Lining, Accident safety in
tunnelling, Causes of accidents.
Overview, Conventional
Bottom-Up Construction
Method, Top-Down
Construction Method,
Procedure of selecting the
construction method.
Definitions, Types of
Explosives, Operations of
blasting, Drilling- Selection of
drilling equipment, Selection of
drilling pattern, Rate of drilling,
Theory of drilling and blasting,
Drilling pattern, Loading bore
holes, Firing of holes, Method
of blasting.
Precautions to be taken while
handling and storing
explosives- While Transporting,
While handling, While Storing.
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Site Visit and Practical: To observe
blasting activities carried out during
tunnel construction at the site and note
number of holes being drilled to achieve
adequate blast requirements also record
the drilling pattern, method of loading
bore holes, firing of holes and method of
blasting.
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
blasting activities carried out during
tunnel construction at the site and note
precautions taken while blasting and all
safety measures followed during
blasting. Record any lapses in safety.
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Site visit: To observe various activities
taking place at a construction site.
Site visit: To look for potential accidents
that could be caused due to particular
activities at construction site, discuss the
financial impact of the accident and
come up with methods of accident
prevention.
Site Visit: To observe various activities
carried out by different entities at the
construction site such as the Prime
contractor, sub-contractor, suppliers,
client and develop a simple SHE plan
appropriate to the nature and scale of
the organization's occupational health
and safety risks.
Site Visit: To observe various activities
carried out by different entities at the
construction site such as the Prime
contractor, sub-contractor, suppliers,
client. Also observes the activities carried
out by SHE supervisors at the site.
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
various activities carried out by different
entities at the construction site and
identify and record as many hazards as
possible.
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
various activities carried out by different
entities at the construction site and
identify who might be harmed from the
hazards, evaluate the risk and record
significant findings.
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
various activities carried out by different
entities at the construction site and
identify hazards, evaluated risk, record
significant findings and propose control
measure.
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
various activities carried out by different
entities at the construction site and
identify hazards, evaluated risk, record
significant findings and propose control
measure.
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
various activities carried out by different
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History of SHE Occupation.
Definition of accident and near
miss,
Accident
sequence,
Causes of accident.
Reasons
for
accident
prevention,
Methods
of
accident prevention, Hurdles
in accident prevention.
SHE
Policy,
Organising,
Planning and Implementing,
Measuring performance, Audit
and Review.
Definitions, The Consultant/
Planning
Supervisor,
Responsibilities
of
the
Consultant/Planning
Supervisor, The Contractor,
Duties of the Contractor, SubContractors/Suppliers,
Responsibilities of the subcontractors.
Elements of SHE plan, SHE
Policy, Typical SHE rules and
regulations,
Organisation
Chart,
SHE
supervisor
responsibilities.
Risk Assessment, Terminology,
Risk
Management,
Laws
requiring Risk Assessment,
Objectives of Risk Assessment,
Carrying out Risk Assessment,
Examples of risk assessment
process, Risks and Control
Measures- Use of Mobile
Scaffold Towers, Working On
Scaffolds, etc., Advantages of a
regular exercise program, Basic
principles that should be kept
in mind before starting an
exercise program, Phases of
regular exercises that makes a
good workout, Elements of
physical fitness.
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propose control measures
Site Visit and Practical: To observe
various activities carried out by different
entities at the construction site and
identify hazards, evaluated risk, record
significant findings and propose control
measures
Site Visit and Practical: To practice the
exercise programmes.
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Site visit: To observe various the
process of scaffolding, safety duties
and risk management in scaffolding
in construction site.
Site visit: To observe the planning
scaffolding
work,
scaffolding
designers and designs, dangers of
adjacent structures, and exit plan in
construction site.
Site visit: To observe the process of
safe erection and dismantling of
scaffolds, access and egress, and
mixing components from different
scaffold systems in construction
site.
Site visit: To observe the different
types of scaffolds and methods of
fixing needles in construction site.
Site visit: To observe the different
suspension
systems,
special
scaffolds
and
scaffolds
for
demolition works in construction
site.
Site visit: To observe the inspection,
frequency of inspection and
maintenance of scaffolds and
scaffold
components
in
construction site.
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Safety and Health Measures while
working with the scaffolds, Control
measures for scaffolding works, Risk
Management
in
Scaffolds,
Combinations of control measures.
Scaffolding plan, Safe Work Method
Statements, Designers, Scaffold
design,
Foundations,
Support
Structures, Tying and anchoring,
Working platforms, Overlapping
planks, Adjacent buildings or
structures.
Safe erection of scaffold, Scaffold
Dismantling
Safety,
Scaffold
alteration, Falling objects and falls,
Fall arrest platforms, Fall-arrest
systems,
Fall-arrest
systems,
Components
Mixing
Different
Scaffold Systems.
Birdcage scaffold, Tower scaffold,
Mobile scaffold, Tube and coupler
scaffold etc., Special scaffolds.
Hand over Inspections, Inspection
frequency, Scaffolds and scaffolding
components, Safe use of suspended
(swing-stage) scaffold, Swing Stage
Advice, Scaffold environment advice
etc.
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Site Visit: To observe different types
of masonry walls and their
applications.
Site Visit: To observe the
construction procedures of brick
columns using various bonds.
Site Visit: To observe the
procedures of laying one brick wall
and half brick wall, various defects
in the brick walls, columns etc. and
their preventive measures.
Site Visit: To observe the
procedures of dressing, cutting and
finishing the stone work and to
observe various lifting appliances
and procedures of lifting stone
blocks.
Site Visit: To observe the
procedures of selecting the stones
for masonry work, casting the
stones and method of laying,
dressing and curing of random and
coursed rubble masonry works.
Site Visit: To observe the various
activities of composite masonry
works at the site.
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Comparison between stone masonry
and brick masonry, Technical terms
used in masonry.
Preparatory work for Brick masonry
work- Drawings, Materials, Tools and
Equipment, Bonds in Brick masonry,
Types of bonds, Brick Column, Brick
laying procedure- One Brick or more
thick and Half brick work, Defects in
brick masonry.
Dressing of stone, Types of surface
finishes, Selection of surface finish,
setting of stone work, appliances
used for lifting stone blocks such as
lewis, nippers.
Joints in stone
masonry, Classification of stone
masonry. Rubble Masonry, Types of
rubble masonry, Ashlar masonry,
types of ashlar masonry, Stone
masonry
block
construction,
Random Rubble Masonry, Coursed
Rubble Masonry.
Composite masonry in stone and
brick, Cement concrete masonry,
Load bearing wall tiles, Glass block
masonry, Advantages of glass block
masonry.
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23,24.
25,26
Site visit: To observe various
different types of launchers,
construction of launchers at a
construction site.
Site visit: To observe the process of
gluing the bridge segments and
stressing works at a construction.
Site visit: To observe the methods
of shifting, uses of lifting
equipment at a construction site.
Site visit: To observe the segmental
casting
operations,
segment
handling, inspection and segment
storage at the work place.
Site visit: To observe the concept of
Prestressed concrete, methods of
prestressing at the work place.
Site visit: To observe the methods
of prestressing: post tensioning and
losses in pre and post tensioning in
the construction site.
Site visit: To observe the method of
steel fixing: steel positioning,
covers, spacers in the construction
site.
Site visit: To observe the method of
steel fixing, bending, steel cutting in
the construction site.
Site visit: To observe the method of
load testing of girders, behaviour of
U-girder in the construction site.
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OJT/Project work /Site visit
Revision
Examination
Single-Girder Launchers, Launching
of Full Span Box Girder, Applicability
and limitations of incremental
launching,
Advantages
and
disadvantages
of
ILM
vs
conventional
construction,
Reversible Launching System.
Erection of launchers, Working
Scheme of Short Launching Girder.
Gluing.
Formulation.
Derrick Method, Railways’ Cranes.
Mobile cranes, Hydraulic Truck
Cranes, All terrain cranes etc.
Segment Geometry Control, Survey
Equipment, Survey Procedures,
Inspection,
Inspection
Areas,
Segment
Handling,
Segment
Storage.
Advantages of Prestressed Concrete,
Limitations of Prestressing, Methods
of Prestressing, Pre-tensioning, Posttensioned,
Losses,
Prestressed
Concrete Uses.
Positioning of Steel, Cover, Spacers,
Fixing, Bending, Cutting of Steel.
Test method, U-girder Behaviour.
LIST OF TOOLS&EQUIPMENT*
(Computer Lab)
*Will be provided by Industrial Partner/Collaborating Institute
SL.
Name of items
Quantity
No.
1.
Computer (With MS Office 2010 and latest version of Internet
Explorer installed)
20
2.
Mouse
20
3.
Keyboard
20
4.
Colour Monitor
20
LIST OF TOOLS&EQUIPMENT*
(Concrete Lab)
*Will be provided by Industrial Partner/Collaborating Institute
SL.
Name of items
Quantity
No.
1.
Mould
5
2.
Wall plate
5
3.
Base plate
5
4.
Tamping Rod
5
5.
Compression Testing Machine
1
6.
Electric or pneumatic hammer or vibrator
1
7.
Penetration Equipment
3
8.
Bucket
2
9.
Concrete permeameter apparatus
1
10.
Pressure gauge
1
11.
Thermometer
5
12.
Diamond Cut saw
3
13.
Vacuum pump
1
14.
Vernier Callipers
5
15.
Diamond corer drill
1
16.
100 mm dia concrete mould
5
17.
Worksheet
20
Note: The above quantity given is for one batch (20 Trainees) out of which 4 will be grouped into 5 teams.
LIST OF CONSUMABLES*
(Concrete Supervision)
*Will be provided by Industrial Partner/Collaborating Institute
SL NO.
1
2
2
3
DESCRIPTION
Sand
Cement
Aggregate of various sizes
Water
Quantity
10 Bags
5 Bags
10 Bags
As required
Trade Testing and Certification
Same as for other similar Non-Engineering Trades
Further Learning Options
Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be eligible for attending advanced
courses in Metro Construction.
List of Trade Committee Members
Sl.No
NAME&DESIGNATION
S/SHRI
REPRESENTINGORGANIZATION
REMARKS
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As per our discussion with ITI’s we understand that the following ITI trades are
also eligible for admission to our HLS programme.
Trades
1. Draughtsmen civil
2. Electrician
3. A/c and Registration
4. Surveyor
5. Fitter
6. Architectural assistant
7. Interior decoration & design
8. Steel fabricator
9. Mechanic motor vehicle
10. Instrument mechanic
Eligibility criteria
Duration
10th passed with science and mathematics
10th passed with science and mathematics
10th passed with science and mathematics
10th passed with science and mathematics
10th passed with science and mathematics
10th passed with science and mathematics
10th passes with science and mathematics
10th passed
10th passes with science and mathematics
10th passed with science and mathematics
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
1 year
1 year
1year
2 years
2 year
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