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2015 MSME TOOL ROOM INDO-GERMAN TOOL ROOM AURANGABAD-
2015
MSME TOOL ROOM
INDO-GERMAN TOOL ROOM AURANGABAD(MAHARASHTRA STATE)
GOVT. OF INDIA
CURRICULUM DOCUMENET FOR ADVANCE CERTIFICATE
COURSE IN WELDING OPERATIONS TRADE
IGTR / DGET / ACCWO / CURRICULUM
INDEX
PART
PARTICULARS
PAGE NO.
1.
INDEX
2
2.
GENERAL INFORMATION
3
3.
COURSE INFORMATION
4
4.
CURRICULUM PHILISOPHY
6
5.
COURSE STRUCTURE
10
6.
FIRST SEMESTER : COURSE
DETAILS
13
7.
SECOND SEMESTER : COURSE
DETAILS
51
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IGTR / DGET / ACCWO / CURRICULUM
GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Name of the Trade
:
2. NCO Code No.
3. Duration of Craftsmen Training
:
:
4. Power Norms
5. Space Norms
Advance Certificate Course in
Welding Operations
12 Months(48 Weeks)
(Full time Course: 8 Hrs. / Day & 5 Days
Week)
:
3.7KW
: 69.7 Sq. M.
6. Entry Qualification
:
ITI: WELDER, MACHINIEST,
TURNER, FITTER, SHEETMETAL.
7. Trainees per unit Intake
:
20(Max.)
8. Pattern
:
LTC
9. Ratio between
:
30:70
11. Affiliation
:
Autonomous
12. Course Fee
:
Rs.60, 000/- (Rs. SIXTY Thousand only)
13. Security Deposit
:
Nil Mechanical Trade
10. Theory & Practice
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COURSE INFORMATION
1. Introduction:

This course is meant for the candidates who aspire to become a professional
Welder.
2. Terminal Competency/Deliverables:
After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the
following skills with proper sequence.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Trainees will work as a skilled welder in industry.
Prepare drawing, design new parts, assembly, details, sections, drawing
Knowledge of material, welding machines.
Knowledge of Technical English terms used in industry.
3. Employment opportunities:
On successful completion of this course, the candidates shall be gainfully employed
in the following industries:
1. Production & Manufacturing industries.
2. Structural Fabrication like bridges, Roof structures, Building & construction.
3. Automobile and allied industries
4. Service industries like road transportation and Railways.
5. Ship building and repair
6. Infrastructure and defense organizations
7. In public sector industries like BHEL, BEML, NTPC, etc and private industries in
India & abroad.
8. Self-employment
4. Further learning pathways:


On successful completion of the course trainees can pursue Apprenticeship training
in the reputed Industries / Organizations.
On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for CITS course.
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IGTR / DGET / ACCWO / CURRICULUM
CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY
The Indo German Tool Room, Aurangabad has been introduced the rational process of
curriculum development. This rationale for the curriculum development is based on the
following basics:
1. The scientific principles embodied in Theories of Learning, Educational Technology,
curriculum development.
2. The contents design of the entire curriculum.
3. Resource requirement for implementing the curriculum.
While developing the curriculum, the following factors also taken into consideration to the
maximum extent possible.
-
-
The vast experience obtained from
 Centre Tool Room, Ludhiana
 Indo-German Tool Rooms, Ahmedabad, Indore & Aurangabad.
The expectations of Industries.
The overview of design of curriculum process followed is given below:
-
Aims & objectives of course have been derived from the job description.
-
The curriculum areas are identified on the basis of aims and objectives of the course.
-
On identifying the curriculum areas, these are classified into discipline & non-discipline
subjects.
-
Graphical structure of the contents of entire subjects is derived from the subjects
objectives and identifies its concepts, principles, procedures and problems to be dealt
with by the subject and its organization designed to achieve subject objective.
-
Identified units & chapters from the graphical structure and the subject is divided
semester wise.
-
The detail contents of each chapter derived linking to the subject objective.
Accordingly the trainer Guide 1 (Curriculum documents for subject level) has been
designed for all the subject areas.
In this syllabus, only the overall structure of the course with objectives, Horizontal &
Vertical organization of subjects with time and the unit & chapter level of each subject
are given. The evolving approach to student’s evaluation is also derived.
THEORY AND PRACTICAL HOURS
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15%
85%
TOTAL NO. OF HRS IN 2 SEMESTERS
TOTAL NO. OF HRS THEORY
Hrs
TOTAL NO. OF HRS PRACTICE & LABS
=
=
1920 Hrs
280
=
1640 Hrs
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IGTR / DGET / ACCWO / CURRICULUM
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
I.
To work as competent employee in industry and business
II.
To set up an own enterprise
III.
The apply knowledge, skills & attitudes (core) through the relevant Theoretical
subjects needed to perform the above task effectively & efficiently.
IV.
The individual development with sspecial emphasis on cultural values & personality
development.
NO. OF HRS CATEGORY WISE FOR ADVANCE CERTIFICATE COURSE IN
WELDING OPERATIONS
INDO GERMAN TOOL ROOM, AURANGABAD
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Sales
Human sciences
5%
4%
20%
Basic sciences
14%
Engineering sciences
Core technology
57%
Tool & die technology
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IGTR / DGET / ACCWO / CURRICULUM
SYSTEMS APPROACH CHART
STRUCTURING OF BROAD CATEGORIES OF SUBJECTS DERIVED FROM CURRICULUM
OBJECTIVES
BASIC PHY.SC.
Pre-requisite
knowledge during
entry qualification.
ENGINEERING SCIENCE.
Pre-requisite knowledge during
entry qualification.
Communication skill
Independent study technique
Sociology
Entrepreneurship
Primarily – (social/person
context)
Independent operation of
machines
Supervision of production
Production Planning
Also
Design of Tools
Orientation towards system
up gradation
Capable on the job learning
Later
Overall supervision of Tool
Room
TECHNOLOGY
CORE TECHNOLOGY
Workshop Technology
CNC Technology
Heat Treatment
Engg. Drawing
Tool Design Theory
Engg. Metrology
CAD.
Workshop practice
Prod., plan, Est & Cost
Tool Design practice
Industrial management
CURRICULIM OBJECTIVES.
-Career
development:
Higher
Qualification
Start own
Business
Move to Medium
& large industries
Move within the
organization
SKILLS
VALUES
Liaison
Designing
Estimating
Production Planning
Independent skill in
operation of machines
Independent skills
Formative Evaluation
Summative Evaluation
Maintenance
Entrepreneurial
Social Skill
Personal
Development
System Orientation
Customer Needs
Productivity
Employee welfare
Precise
Communication
Quality
Safety
Environmental
protection
Inquisitiveness
Initiative
Innovativeness
Society needs
Personal development
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COURSE STRUCTURE
ADVANCE CERTIFICATE COURSE IN
WELDING OPERATIONS
IST Semester
Teaching
Scheme/ No. of
Hours
Examination Scheme
Theory
Sr.
No.
Subject
code
Subject Name
Sessional
Theory
Practice
Practice
Semester
Exam
Sessional
Semester
Exam
Max.
Marks
Min
to
pass
Max.
Marks
Min
to
pass
Max.
Marks
Min
to
pass
Max.
Marks
Min
to
pass
Total
Mark
s
1
C1.1
ENGINEERING
DRAWING (TH
& PR)
40
40
40
20
60
30
0
0
0
0
100
2
C2.1
MATERIAL
SCIENCE I
40
-
40
20
60
30
0
0
0
0
100
3
C2.2
ENGNEERING
METROLOGY
40
40
20
60
30
0
0
0
0
100
4
C3.1
WORKSHOP
TECHNOLOGY
40
-
40
20
60
30
0
0
0
0
100
5
C4.1a
BASIC
ELECTRICAL
40
-
40
20
60
30
0
0
0
0
100
6
C4.1b
ADVANCE
WELDING
TECHNOLOGY
80
-
40
20
60
30
0
0
0
0
100
7
C4.3
WORK SHOP
PRACTICE
(PR)
100
-
-
-
-
160
80
240
120
400
8
ARC
WELDING(PR)
150
100
50
100
50
200
9
GAS
WELDING(PR)
150
100
50
100
50
200
10
MIG/MAG
WELDING(PR)
110
100
50
100
50
200
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11
TIG
WELDING(PR)
130
280
100
50
100
50
680
200
1800
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ADVANCE CERTIFICATE COURSE IN
WELDING OPERATIONS
IIND Semester
Teaching
Scheme/ No. of
Hours
Examination Scheme
Theory
Sr. Subject
No.
code
Subject
Name
Sessional
Theory Practice
Max.
Marks
1
C1.1
PROJECT
WORK
Total hours
-
-
0
Practice
Semester
Exam
Sessional
Semester
Exam
Total
Marks
Min
Max.
Min
Max.
Min
Max.
Min
to
Marks
to
Marks
to
Marks
to
pass
pass
pass
pass
0
0
0
600
300
0
0
960
600
600
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IGTR / DGET / ACCWO / CURRICULUM
MSME INDO-GERMAN TOOL ROOM
FIRST SEMESTER: COURSE DETAILS
ADVANCE CERTIFICATE COURSE IN
WELDING OPERATIONS TRADE
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IGTR / DGET / ACCWO / CURRICULUM
Syllabus for the Trade of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
ENGINEERING DRAWING (TH & PR)
WEEK
No.
TRADE PRACTICAL
TRADE THEORY
INTRODUCTION AND DRAWING SHEET SIZE
1
DRAWING SHEETS
LAYOUT
PRACTICE EXERCISES
2
TYPES OF LINES AND APPLICATION
OF LINES
3
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, MACHINES AND
STANDARD DRAWING SHEETS
TRIMMED SIZE OF DRAWING SHEET
LINE TYPES
LINE TYPES & LINE THICKNESS.
PRACTICE EXERCISES ON SCALE
SCALE
PROCEDURE FOR DRAWING THE
TYPES OF SCALE (FULL, REDUCED,
SKETCHES IN
ENLARGED ETC.)
FULL SCALE, REDUCED SCALE AND
FACTORS FOR CHOICE OF SCALE
ENLARGED SCALE
PURPOSE, ACTUAL SIZE, SIZE OF SHEET
BIS NORMS
DIMENSIONING
PRACTICE EXERCISES ON
LINEAR, CIRCULAR AND ANGULAR
4
DIMENSIONING
METHODS OF DIMENSIONING
TYPES OF DIMENSIONING SYSTEMS &
THEIR APPLICATION
PRINCIPLES OF DIMENSIONING
METHODS AND INDICATION OF
DIMENSIONING
PROCEDURE OF DIMENSIONING
RULES OF DIMENSIONING
PRACTICE
DRAFTING PROCESS OF ISOMETRIC
AXIS, LINES, PLANES AND ISOMETRIC
5
SCALE.
SKETCHES ON ISOMETRIC
PROJECTION
AND ISOMETRIC VIEWS
PICTORIAL PROJECTION
ISOMETRIC PROJECTION.
INTRODUCTION TO ISOMETRIC
PROJECTION.
DEFINITION OF ISOMETRIC PROJECTION
(AXIS, LINES, PLANES
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INTRODUCTION & DEFINITION OF
ISOMETRIC VIEWS
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ISOMETRIC
PROJECTIONS & ISOMETRIC VIEWS
PICTORIAL PROJECTION
6
PRACTICE
ISOMETRIC PROJECTION.
DRAFTING OF ISOMETRIC VIEWS AND
INTRODUCTION & DEFINITION OF
ISOMETRIC PROJECTION FROM
ISOMETRIC VIEWS
DIFFERENT ORTHOGRAPHIC VIEWS
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ISOMETRIC
PROJECTIONS & ISOMETRIC VIEWS
SECTIONING
TYPES OF SECTIONING & THEIR
7
DRAWING EXERCISES ON SECTIONAL
APPLICATION.
VIEWS
IMPORTANCE OF SECTION VIEWS & THEIR
FULL SECTION
APPLICATIONS
HALF SECTION
DEFINITION OF SECTION VIEWS
OFFSET SECTION
TYPES OF SECTIONS
FULL SECTION, HALF SECTION AND OFFSET
SECTION
SECTIONING
8
DRAWING EXERCISES ON
TYPES OF SECTIONING & THEIR
REMOVED SECTION
APPLICATION.
REVOLVED SECTION
SECTIONAL LINES ASSEMBLY SECTIONING
ASSEMBLY SECTIONING
PROCEDURE FOR SELECTING & DRAWING
SECTIONING VIEWS
GEOMETRICAL DIMENSIONING &
TOLERANCES
DRAWING EXERCISES ON
9
GEOMETRICAL TOLERANCE AND
SURFACE FINISH SYMBOLS
TYPES OF LIMITS ,FITS, AND TOLERANCE
INTRODUCTION OF GEOMETRICAL
TOLERANCE SYMBOLS AND
CHARACTERISTICS
RULE OF GEOMETRICAL TOLERANCES.
PROCEDURE OF DRAFTING AND SYMBOLS.
11
PRACTICE EXERCISES
ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION
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EXERCISES ON OORTHOGRAPHIC
INTRODUCTION, DEFINITION ,IMPORTANCE
PROJECTION OF 1ST & 3RD
AND APPLICATION OF ORTHOGRAPHIC
QUADRANTS
PROJECTION
POINTS , LINES IN DIFFERENT
DRAFTING METHODS OF ORTHOGRAPHIC
POSITIONS
PROJECTION
PLANES IN DIFFERENT POSITIONS
FIRST ANGLE AND THIRD ANGLE
SOLIDS IN DIFFERENT POSITIONS
PROJECTION.
DRAWING THE VIEWS BY FIRST
RECALL THE CONCEPT OF ORTHOGRAPHIC
ANGLE PROJECTION METHOD
PROJECTION & ISOMETRIC VIEWS.
PROCEDURE FOR CONVERSION OF
ISOMETRIC VIEWS TO ORTHOGRAPHIC
PROJECTION & VISA-VERSA
12
PRACTICE EXERCISES
ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION
EXERCISES ON DRAWING THE VIEWS
FIRST ANGLE PROJECTION
BY FIRST ANGLE PROJECTION
PROCEDURE FOR CONVERSION OF
METHOD
ISOMETRIC VIEWS TO ORTHOGRAPHIC
PROJECTION & VISA-VERSA
ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION
13
PRACTICE EXERCISES
THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION.
EXERCISES ON DRAWING THE VIEWS
RECALL THE CONCEPT OF THIRD ANGLE
BY THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION
PROJECTION
METHOD
PROCEDURE FOR CONVERSION OF
ISOMETRIC VIEWS TO ORTHOGRAPHIC
PROJECTION & VISA-VERSA
ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION
PRACTICE
14
EXERCISES ON DRAWING THE VIEWS
BY THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION
METHOD
THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION.
RECALL THE CONCEPT OF ORTHOGRAPHIC
PROJECTION & ISOMETRIC VIEWS.
PROCEDURE FOR CONVERSION OF
ISOMETRIC VIEWS TO ORTHOGRAPHIC
PROJECTION & VISA-VERSA
PRACTICE ON LINE AND ARROW
15
PRACTICE ON THE FILLET WELD
16
THE REFERENCE LINE AND ARROW
OTHER ELEMENTS ON REFERENCE LINE
THE FILLET WELD
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PRACTICE ON INTERMITTENT
THE LENGTH AND PITCH OF
WELDS
INTERMITTENT WELDS
17
THE CONTOUR
REQUIREMENTS
PRACTICE ON GROOVE WELDING
18
GROOVE WELDING SYMBOLS
SYMBOLS
PRACTICE ON FILLET WELDING
19
FILLET WELDING SYMBOLS
SYMBOLS
PRACTICE ON FILLET AND GROOVE
20
FILLET AND GROOVE WELDING POSITIONS.
WELDING POSITIONS.
21
REVISION
22
EXAMINATION SCHEME:
SESSIONAL MARKS
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass Marks
MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
syllabus
books
covering
detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
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Average of
Assessment
the
s.
Semester.
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1.
Introduction To Workshop Technology. Introduction
Hand Tools
To Hand Tools.
Identification And Description Of Hand Tools
Classification And Selection Of Hand Tools
Design Features, Working Features Safety
(Personal, Tools)
2.
3.
Hand Tools,& Application
Introduction To Workshop Technology. Introduction
Operation Performed By Hand
To Hand Tools.
Tools,
Identification And Description Of Hand Tools
Proper Use Of Hand Tools,
Classification And Selection Of Hand Tools
Care To Be Taken While Using
Design Features, Working Features Safety
Hand Tool, And Safety Precaution)
(Personal, Tools)
Safety & Safety Rules
Safety Precaution, Safety Measure, Do’s & Don’t Do,
Machine Safety, Man Safety
4.
Practice exercises on Drilling
Drilling Machines And Operations Classification
Machine
Selection And Use Of Drilling Operations And
Machines. Description Of Main Parts And Features
Of Drill Machines. Work Holding Devices. Cutting
Tool Holding Device. Operations. Cutting
Parameters. Safety (Personal, Tools, Machines &
Equipment)
5.
Drilling Machine & Its Operation.
Drilling Machines And Operations Classification
Work Piece Clamping,
Selection And Use Of Drilling Operations And
Position Of Work Piece &
Machines. Description Of Main Parts And Features
Operation Performed
Of Drill Machines. Work Holding Devices. Cutting
Tool Holding Device. Operations. Cutting
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Parameters. Safety (Personal, Tools, Machines &
Equipment)
6.
7.
Practice on Shaper Machine
Shaper Machines Use And Selection Of Shaping
Operations :
Operation And Shaper Design Construction And
Proper Clamping Of The Work
Description. Safety (Personal, Tools, Machines &
Piece, Length Of Stroke,
Equipment)
Shaper Machine & Its Operations :
Shaper Machines Use And Selection Of Shaping
Adjustment Of Ram As Per Length
Operation And Shaper Design Construction And
Of Work Piece And Operation
Description. Safety (Personal, Tools, Machines &
Performed
Equipment)
8.
Turning Operations And Lathe Machines
Turning Operation And Lathe
Classification Selection And Use Of Turning
Machine,
Operations And Lathe. Description Of Main Parts
And Features Of Lathe. Work Holding Device.
Cutting Tool Holder. Cutting Parameter. Types Of
Operations. Safety (Personal, Tools, Machines &
Equipment)
9.
Turning Operation And Lathe
Description Of Main Parts And Features Of Lathe.
Machine,
Work Holding Device. Cutting Tool Holder. Cutting
(Setting And Trueing
Of The Work Piece, Clamping Of
Parameter. Types Of Operations. Safety (Personal,
Tool RPM Setting As Per Diameter
Tools, Machines & Equipment)
Of Work Piece.)
10.
Turning Operation And Lathe
Turning Operations And Lathe Machines
Machine,
Classification Selection And Use Of Turning
(Setting And Trueing
Of The Work Piece, Clamping Of
Operations And Lathe. Description Of Main Parts
Tool RPM Setting As Per Diameter
And Features Of Lathe. Work Holding Device.
Of Work Piece.)
Cutting Tool Holder. Cutting Parameter. Types Of
Operations. Safety (Personal, Tools, Machines &
Equipment)
11.
Milling Operation And Milling
Milling Operations And Milling Machine
Machine
Classification, Selection And Use Of Milling
Operations And Milling. Description Of Main Pars
And Features Of Milling. Work Holder And
Attachments. Cutting Tool Holder. Cutting Tools And
Cutting Parameters. Types Of Operations.
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12.
Milling Operation And Milling
Description Of Main Pars And Features Of Milling.
Machine, (Work Piece Clamping,
Work Holder And Attachments. Cutting Tool Holder.
Cutter Holding By Adaptor Speed
Cutting Tools And Cutting Parameters. Types Of
Feed Setting And Operation
Operations.
Performed
13.
Milling Operation And Milling
Milling Operations And Milling Machine
Machine, (Work Piece Clamping,
Classification, Selection And Use Of Milling
Cutter Holding By Adaptor Speed
Operations And Milling. Description Of Main Pars
Feed Setting And Operation
And Features Of Milling. Work Holder And
Performed
Attachments. Cutting Tool Holder. Cutting Tools And
Cutting Parameters. Types Of Operations.
14.
Grinding Machine And Grinding
Grinding Operations And Grinding Machine, Main
Operations,
Parts Of Features Of Surface, Cylindrical & Tool And
Cutter Grinding Machine. Work Holding
Attachments. Cutting Tools, Grinding Wheel (Types,
Specification, Material Etc.) Operational Principle,
Types Of Grinding Machine. Purpose Of Coolant.
Safety. Cause Effect & Remedies Of Grinding.
15.
Grinding Machine And Grinding
Grinding Operations And Grinding Machine, Main
Operations, (Dialing Of Work Piece
Parts Of Features Of Surface, Cylindrical & Tool And
And Various Method Of Grinding
Cutter Grinding Machine. Work Holding
Operation)
Attachments. Cutting Tools, Grinding Wheel (Types,
Specification, Material Etc.) Operational Principle,
Types Of Grinding Machine. Purpose Of Coolant.
Safety. Cause Effect & Remedies Of Grinding.
16.
Grinding Machine And Grinding
Grinding Operations And Grinding Machine, Main
Operations, (Dialing Of Work Piece
Parts Of Features Of Surface, Cylindrical & Tool And
And Various Method Of Grinding
Cutter Grinding Machine. Work Holding
Operation)
Attachments. Cutting Tools, Grinding Wheel (Types,
Specification, Material Etc.) Operational Principle,
Types Of Grinding Machine. Purpose Of Coolant.
Safety. Cause Effect & Remedies Of Grinding.
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17.
3-D Pantograph And Single Lip Grinder, Pantograph
3-D Pantograph And Single Lip
Machine And Operation, Single Lip Grinding
Grinder And Its Operations
Machine.
Cutting Tools, Work Holding Attachments
Operational Principal And Machine Parts
20.
Single Lip Grinder And Its
3-D Pantograph And Single Lip Grinder, Pantograph
Operations
Machine And Operation, Single Lip Grinding
Machine.
Cutting Tools, Work Holding Attachments
Operational Principal And Machine Parts
21.
Revision
22.
EXAMINATION SCHEME:
SESSIONAL MARKS
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass Marks
MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
syllabus
books
covering
detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
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Average of
Assessment
the
s.
Semester.
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
Engineering Metrology
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1.
Engineering Metrology
Introduction To Engineering Metrology
Scope & Need Of Metrology.
Objectives Of Metrology.
General Care Of Equipment.
2
Measuring Instruments
Introduction: Metric System & SI System, Conversion
Between System
3.
Practice exercises using
Introduction, Concept, Description, Types Application,
Direct Measuring
Procedure For Use In Taking Measurement And Care of
Instruments like Steel
Linear Measuring Instruments – Steel Rule, Vernier Caliper,
Rule, Vernier Caliper,
Special Purpose Vernier Caliper(Dial V.C & Digital V.C.) Dial
Special Purpose Vernier
Indicator(Lever, Plunger), Micrometer, Outside Micrometer,
Caliper etc.
Vernier Depth Gauge, Dial Bore Gauge, Slip Gauge,
Transferring Type Measuring Instruments- Spring Caliper
Telescopic Gauge. Angular Measuring Instruments- Angle
Protector, Combination Set, Indirect Measuring InstrumentCalipers- Types Of Caliper Uses & Care of Instruments
4.
Accuracy. Precision.
Accuracy, Precision.
Uncertainty Of
Uncertainty Of Measurement: Calibration.
Measurement: Calibration.
Steel Rule
Steel Rule
5.
Vernier Caliper
Description Application & Procedure.
Reading The Vernier
Vernier Caliper Reading The Vernier Scale.
Scale.
6.
Practice Vernier Caliper
Least Count. Errors Observed In Vernier
Reading The Vernier
Precautions In The Case Of V.C. & Procedure.
Scale.
7.
Practice
Precautions In The Case Of V.C. & Procedure.
Description Of Parts & Requirements.
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Vernier Height Gauge.
Precautions In The Use Of Height Gauge.
Reading Height Gauge
8.
9.
Practice
Precautions In Case Of Dial Indicator & Procedure.
Dial Indicator( Lever &
Description Of Dial Indicator & Its Parts. Precaution While
Plunger)
Use Of Dial Indicator
Practice Exercises On
Test For Accuracy & Procedure.Micrometer.
Micrometer.
Description Of Parts, Reading Of Micrometer.
Description Of Parts,
Reading Of Micrometer.
10.
Practice Micrometer.
Ratchet Stop Mechanism, Possible Errors.
Description Of Parts,
Precaution, Use Of Micrometer & Procedure.
Reading Of Micrometer.
11.
Practice Pitch Screw
Pitch Screw Gauge. Bevel Protractor
Gauge.
Description Of Parts. & Application
Bevel Protractor
12
13.
Practice
Combination Set.
Combination Set.
Application Care & Procedure.
Types Of Calipers.
& Procedure. Calipers
Measurement Practices
Linear Measuring Instruments, Transferring Type Measuring
Concept: Application
Instruments
Angular Measuring Instruments
Indirect Measuring Instruments
14.
Practice On Surface Plate
Surface Plate Matl. Cast Iron & Graphite.
Sizes & Accuracy.
Care, Use Of Surface Plate. & Procedure.
15.
Practice Try Square/Engg.
Try Square/Engineering Straight Edge and Radius Gauge.
Straight Edge. Radius
Gauge.
16.
Tolerances
Fundamental Deviation. Grade Of Tolerances. Conversation
of Tolerance Symbols By Using The Chart IS:919
17.
Study and Practice Of
Straightness, Flatness, Parralism, Circularity, Cylindricity,
Different Geometrical
Concentricity, Co Axiality, Ovality, Lobbing, Angularity,
Dimensioning and
Roundness.
Tolerancing Symbols.
Introduction To Limits & Fits. Interchangeability.
Limit Of Size (Min. & Max.). Types Of Fit
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Clearance Fit, Transition Fit, Interference Fit.
18.
Practice On Limits , Fits &
Terminology For Limits & Fits.
Tolerances
Shaft, Hole, Basic Nominal Size, Actual Size.
Deviation: Lower Deviation, Upper Deviation. Fundamental
Deviation.
Basic Shaft, Basic Hole, Tolerance Zone.
19.
Practice On Gauges
Introduction Description, Purpose, Types & Their Materials,
Concept Application Procedure For Taking Measurement &
Its Use
20
Practice On Various
Introduction to Gauge Definition Classification Of Gauges.
Types of Gauges
Care Of Plug Gauges, GO Gauges, NO GO Gauges, Ring
Gauges, Thread Gauges, Snap Gauges, Pin Gauges, Feeler
Gauges Method Of Checking By Using Gauges
21
Revision
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22.
EXAMINATION SCHEME:
SESSIONAL MARKS
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass Marks
MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
syllabus
books
covering
detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
the
Assessment
Semester.
s.
Average of
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus for the Trade of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
MATERIAL SCIENCE
Wee
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
k No.
1.
Introduction
2.
Introduction: Identification of Metals
Introduction: Identification of Metals Properties Of
Metals & Their Properties
Practice: Identification of
Ferrous & Non Ferrous Material
i.e. Steel, Iron, Cast Iron &
Copper, Brass, Aluminum
Metals- Strength, Hardness, Elasticity, Ductility,
Malleability
Ferrous Metals – Identification of Ferrous Metals, Cast
Iron, Steel Non Ferrous Metals- Identification of Non
Ferrous Metals. Copper Brass & Bronze, Aluminum
Manufacturing & Application of Copper, Tin, Nickel
And Its Alloy Brass Bronze, Duralumin
3.
Study of Material and their
mechanical properties
4.
Identification of Material
(Ferrous & Non Ferrous)
Properties Of Metals- Strength, Hardness, Elasticity,
Ductility, Malleability
Ferrous Metals – Identification of Ferrous Metals, Cast
Iron, Steel Non Ferrous Metals- Identification of Non
Ferrous Metals. Copper Brass & Bronze, Aluminum
Manufacturing & Application of Copper, Tin, Nickel
And Its Alloy Brass Bronze, Duralumin
5.
Application of Materials
Manufacturing & Application of Copper, Tin, Nickel
And Its Alloy Brass Bronze, Duralumin
6.
Materials
To Understand Effect & Study
Of The Different Types of
Material
Practice: Identification of
Various Types of Steels.
Cast Iron – Identification Of Cast Iron Properties of
Cast Iron Steel- Identification of Steel, Properties of
Steel. Classification – Steel Low Carbon Steel Medium
Carbon Steel High Carbon Steel Alloy Steel
Specification And Designation Of Steel With
Commercial Aspect.
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6.
Specification of Steel
Specification And Designation Of Steel With
Commercial Aspect
7.
Identification of Steel and its
Properties
Cast Iron – Identification Of Cast Iron Properties of
Cast Iron Steel- Identification of Steel, Properties of
Steel
8.
Classification of Alloy Steels
Classification – Steel Low Carbon Steel Medium
Carbon Steel High Carbon Steel Alloy, Steel
Specification And Designation Of Steel With
Commercial. Aspect
9.
Specification of Steels
Steel Specification And Designation Of Steel With
Commercial. Aspect.
10.
Identification, Mechanical
Properties and Uses of Cutting
Tool Materials
To Study the Different Types of
Cutting Tools
11.
Properties & uses of Cutting
tool material
12.
Properties & uses of Cutting
tool material
13.
High Carbon Tool Steel- Properties & Uses High
Speed Steels- Properties & Uses Of HSS Cemented
Carbides Properties & Uses Advance Cutting Tool
Materials- Ceramics, CBN, Stellite
High Carbon Tool Steel- Properties & Uses
High Speed Steels- Properties & Uses Of HSS
Advance Cutting Tool Materials.
Properties & Uses To Study the
Different Types of Cutting Tools
Practice: Identification of
Cemented Carbides Properties & Uses Advance
Cutting Tool Materials- Ceramics, CBN, Stellite
Cutting Tools & Its Operation
14.
elctrode materials
introduction to elctrode materials
15.
flux material
16.
wires spool matrails
introduction to various flux material
types wires spool matrails
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different types of wire coating
different types of wire coating materials.
materials.
18.
Different Types of Heat
Transformation Of All Types Of Iron Introduction To
Treatment Process
19.
Types Of Heat Treatment Processes
Transformation
Transformation of Austenite, Pearlite, Bainite,
Martensite And Cementite.
Time Temperature
Transformation (TTT) Curves In Heat Treatment Of
Steel
Revision
20.
22.
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SESSIONAL MARKS
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass Marks
MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
syllabus
books
covering
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detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
the
Assessment
Semester.
s.
Average of
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus for The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
BASIC OF ELECTRICALS
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1.
2.
Assignment on: study of relation between
Basic concepts of electricity, charge,
voltage, current and power.
electrostatics, current, voltage, power.
Calculate the current from given circuit
Study of ohms law
using ohms law
3.
Calculate the value of given resistor using
Color coding of resistor
color code
4.
Practice to calculate Resistance in series &
Resistance, Resistance in series &
resistance in parallel
resistance in parallel
Practice to identify NO and NC contacts of
Basic concept of switch, various types of
switches
switches
6
Practice on Demo board
Working principle of relays
7
Practice on Demo board
Working principle of contactors
8
Discuss the types of sensor and its working
Study of sensors, types of sensors.
9
Assignment on: working of single phase
Principles of motor and generator. Study of
motor.
single phase motor
10
Assignment on: working of 3 phase motor.
3-phase motor.
11
Practice on star delta circuit
Study of concept of star and delta starting
5.
circuit
12
Discuss the Working of stepper motor, poly
Working of stepper motor, poly phase
phase motor
motor.
13
Draw construction of DC motor
Working of DC motor
14
Discuss the concept of mutual inductance,
Principle of operation of transformers.
working principle of transformer
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15
Differentiate step up and step down
Study of different types of transformers i.e.
transformer
Step-up transformer, step-down
transformer.
16
List the applications of special purpose
Study of special purpose transformer power
transformer
transformer and auto-transformer.
17
Discuss the use and necessity of earthing
Concept of earthing.
18
Draw the construction of various types of
Types of wiring.
wiring
19
Discuss the various methods of fault
Fault finding, trouble shooting.
finding.
20
DIFFERENT TYPES OF WELDING
CONSTRCTION AND PRINCIPLE OF
WELDING MACHINE
MACHINES
Revision
21
22.
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MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
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syllabus
books
covering
detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
the
Assessment
Semester.
s.
Average of
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
Workshop Practice
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1.
Description Of Various Courses. Igtr Environment,
Introduction To Workshop
Housekeeping, Functioning Of Store & Procedure
Technology
Followed.
2.
Introduction To Safety, Workshop Safety, Safety
Safety Precautions
Measure, Do’s & Don’t of the Safety & its Applications.
3.
Introduction Overview Of Course, Environment,
Bench Work
Housekeeping, Functioning Of Store & Procedure
Use of Hammer, Center punch,
Followed.
Chisels
Material Preparation Planning & Cutting Raw Material As
Per Requirement.
4.
Introduction Of Hand Tools (Hand Cutting Tools),
Bench Work
Measuring Tool, Equipment’s, Their Uses & Applications.
Use of File, Scraper, Taps &
Basic Metal Cutting Operations Using Hand Tools,
Reamer
Manufacturing Useful Products. Preventive Maintenance
& Care Of Bench Tools.
5.
Sharpening Of Single Point Cutting Tool For Their Basic
Off- Hand Grinding
Geometrical Knowledge & Skill.
Demo & Practice ginding of single
point cutting tool
6.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Drilling
Drilling
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Demo & Practice of drilling
machine and its parts and how to
work on machine
7.
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
Drilling Operations And Drilling
Holding & Tool Holding.
Machines Level-Iii
Knowledge & Basic Skills For Various Drilling
Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
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8.
9.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Drilling the
(Gang Drills & Special Drilling
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Machines)
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
(Column type & Radial Drilling
Holding & Tool Holding.
Machine)
Knowledge & Basic Skills For Various Drilling
Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
10.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Lathe
Turning
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Demo & Practice of the lathe
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
machine eg. Turning, step turning,
Holding & Tool Holding.
Taper turning, Knurling etc.
Knowledge & Basic Skills For Various Turning
Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
11.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Lathe
Lathe Machine & Operation
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Performed on Lathe machine
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
Drilling, reaming, Boring etc.
Holding & Tool Holding.
Knowledge & Basic Skills For Various Turning
Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
12.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Lathe
Turning Operation And Lathe
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Level-I (Center Lathe)
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
Holding & Tool Holding.
Knowledge & Basic Skills For Various Turning
Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
13.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Milling
Milling Machine
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Flat surface milling, step milling
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
etc.
Holding & Tool Holding. Knowledge & Basic Skills For
Various Milling Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
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14.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Milling
Milling Machine & Its Operation
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Level-I
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
Angular milling, Right angle
Holding & Tool Holding. Knowledge & Basic Skills For
milling, slot milling
Various Milling Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
15.
Basic Knowledge Of Working Principle Of Milling
Column Knee Type [Vertical And
Machine, Various Parts Of Machine & Their Functioning,
Horizontal] Milling
Machine)
Use Of Various Accessories & Attachments For Work
Holding & Tool Holding. Knowledge & Basic Skills For
Various Milling Operations.
Knowledge Of Calculating Metal Cutting Parameters.
16.
Introduction Of Surface Grinding Operation.
Surface Grinding & Operation
Balance Grinding Wheel, Dress Grinding Wheels,
Performed On Grinding Machine
Demagnetize Components, Flat Surface Grinding, Step
Flat grinding, step grinding, Face
Grinding, Angle Grinding Application Of Various Tools &
grinding etc
Tool Holders.
17.
Introduction Of Cylindrical Grinding Operation.
Cylindrical Grinding Machine
Outer Diameter Grinding, Inside Grinding, Taper
Circular grinding, step grinding,
Grinding, Step Grinding. Inspect Received Standard /
taper grinding
Semi Knowledge & Skills For Cylindrical Grinding
Operations Application Of Various Tools & Tool Holders.
18.
Introduction Basic Tool & Cutter Grinder Operation.
Tool & Cutter Grinder machine
Angle Point Cutter, Re sharpening Operations,
Application Of Various Tools & Tool Holders Setting For
Multi Point Cutter Regrinding.
19.
20.
Preventive Maintenance & Care Of Bench Tools &
(Column Knee Type [Vertical And
Machine Tools.
Horizontal] Milling
Machine)
Revision
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(160 Marks)
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass
MARKS
Marks
(240 Marks)
Product /
Planning
Viva- Voce/
Semester
Sessional Semester
Work book
practical
Processes Presentation assignment Examination
50%
50%
Exercises
Documents (20 Marks)
and
(240 Marks –
(100Marks)
(30 Marks)
Behavior
10 Hrs
(10 Marks ) Duration)
Evaluations
One
Viva-Voce
One
of any one
Process
at regular
assessment Examination
TOTAL
parts of the
Planning
interval
weekly 10
at the end of
MARKS
tool of each
Sheet of
during
marks
Semester
(400
group
any one
Practical
each.
covers entire
Marks)
parts of the work
Total
skills as per
tool
Average of obtain
syllabus.
semesters
weekly
120
80 Marks
Total Vivaassessment eligible to
Marks
Voce marks
marks to be write in final
converted
exam only
into out of
after
10 Marks
obtaining
for final
minimum
sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
Gas Welding
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1.
Practical applications of gases in industries
Safety precautions while handling gas
welding
Safety in gas welding
Introduction to Gas welding
Applications of gas welding
2.
Practical on Oxy fuel gas Welding
Introduction to Oxy fuel gas Welding
equipment’s
Oxy fuel gas Welding equipment’s and
Supplies
3.
Demo & Practical on regulator hoges
Introduction to Gas Welding Equipments
Like Regulators Hoges
Applications & uses of regulator hoges
4.
Demo & Practical on Welding Torch,
Introduction to Gas Welding Euipments
Welding Goggles
Like Welding Torch, Welding Goggles
Applications & uses of Welding Torch,
Welding Goggles
5.
Demo & Practical on, Flash Back Arresters,
Introduction to Gas Welding Euipments
Gas Cutting Torches
Like, Various Types Of Contact Tips, Spark
Lighter.
Applications & uses, Various Types Of
Contact Tips, Spark Lighter.
6.
Demo & Practical on Various Types Of
Introduction to Gas Welding Euipments
Contact Tips, Spark Lighter.
Like , Flash Back Arresters, Gas Cutting
Torches
Applications & uses of , Flash Back
Arresters, Gas Cutting Torches
7.
Demo & Practical on Gas Manifold, Oxygen
Introduction & applications of
Cylinder, Dissolved Acetylene Cylinder
Gas Manifold.
Oxygen Cylinder.
Dissolved Acetylene Cylinder
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8.
Demo & introduction to gas welding
Introduction to various types of gas welding
processes.
processes
Application of gas welding processes
9.
Demo & practice on different types of
Introduction to flame
welding flames
Types Welding Flames And Its
Applications.
10.
Demo & Practice on fusion
Introduction to fusion
Advantages & disadvantages of fusion
11.
Demo & Practice on fusion processes
Introduction to fusion processes
Advantages & disadvantages of fusion
processes
12.
Demo & Practice on gas welding by fusion
Introduction to gas welding by fusion
process
process
applications of gas welding by fusion
process
13.
Demo & Practice on butt joint
Introduction to butt joint
Applications of butt joint
14.
Demo & Practice on butt joint
Introduction to butt joint
Applications of butt joint
15.
Demo & Practice on braze welding
Introduction to braze welding
Applications of braze welding
16.
Demo & Practice on braze welding
Introduction to braze welding
Applications of braze welding
17.
Demo & Practice on brazing (welding by
Introduction to brazing (welding by capillary
capillary action)
action)
Applications of brazing (welding by capillary
action)
18.
Demo & Practice on brazing (welding by
Introduction to brazing (welding by capillary
capillary action)
action)
Applications of brazing (welding by capillary
action)
19.
Demo & Practice on Gas Cutting Process
Introduction to Gas Cutting Process
Applications of Gas Cutting Process
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Demo & Practice on Gas Cutting Process
Introduction to Gas Cutting Process
Applications of Gas Cutting Process
21.
Revision
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
Arc welding
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1.
Demo and introduction to safety of arc
Safety precautions while handling gas
welding processes
welding
Safety in gas welding
Introduction to arc welding
Application of arc welding
2.
Demo and practice on electrode holder
Introduction to smaw welding
Smaw Welding Equipments Like Electrode
Holder
3.
Demo and practice on electrodes
Introduction to electrodes
Types of electrodes
4.
Demo and practice on arthing holder
Introduction to arthing holder
Application of arthing holder
5.
Demo and practice on Arthing Holders,
Introduction to Arthing Holders, Shields And
Shields And Helmets
Helmets
Application of Arthing Holders, Shields And
Helmets
6.
Demo and practice on Chippers , Files,
Introduction to Chippers , Files, Wire Brush,
Wire Brush, Tong, Hand Gloves, Apron
Tong, Hand Gloves, Apron
Application of Chippers , Files, Wire Brush,
Tong, Hand Gloves, Apron
7.
8.
9.
Demo and practice on Smaw Welding
Introduction To Various Types Of Various
Machines
Smaw Welding Machines.
Practicals on measurement of A/C current
Introduction to a/c current
by using multimeter
Measurement of a/c current
Practicals on measurement of D/C current
Introduction to d/c current
by using multimeter
Measurement of d/c current
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10.
11.
Practicals on Combination Of Both A/C And
Combination Of Both A/C And D/C Welding
D/C Welding Machines
Machines
Practice on smaw welding processes
Introduction To Smaw
Smaw Welding Processes
12.
Demo & Practice on weld bit
Introduction to weld bit
Types Of Weld Bit.
13.
Demo and practice on different types of
Introduction to electrodes
electrodes used for arc welding
Types of electrodes
Selection Criteria Of Electrodes
Direction Of Motion During Welding.
14.
Demo & practical on butt joint
Introduction to butt joint
Applications of butt joint
15.
Demo & practical on butt joint
Introduction to butt joint
Applications of butt joint
16
Demo & practical on fillet joint
Introduction to fillet joint
Applications of fillet joint
17
Demo & practical on fillet joint
Introduction to fillet joint
Applications of fillet joint
18.
Demo & practical on 1G, 2G, 3G,
Introduction to various types of welding
positions
Introduction to 1G, 2G, 3G
19.
Demo & practical on 4G, 5G
Introduction to 4G, 5G
20.
Demo & practical on 1F, 2F, 3F, 4F, 5F.
Introduction to 1F, 2F, 3F, 4F, 5F.
21.
Revision
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EXAMINATION SCHEME:
SESSIONAL MARKS
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass Marks
MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
syllabus
books
covering
detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
the
Assessment
Semester.
s.
Average of
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1.
2.
INTRODUCTION TO MIG/,MAG
INTRODUCTION TO MIG/,MAG
WELDINGS ITS APPLICATION
WELDING’S ITS APPLICATION
SAFETY
INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY RELATED
TO MIG/MAG WELDING.
INTRODUCTION TO SHIELDS AND
3.
SAFETY WHILE WORKING
HELMETS, HAND GLOVES, HAND
GLOVES, APRON.ETC.
4.
MIG/MAG WELDING
EQUIPMENT
MIG-MAG WELDING EQUIPMENT LIKE
REGULATORS HOGES, WELDING
TORCH, WELDING GOGGLES, ETC.
MIG/MAG WELDING EQUIPMENT LIKE
TYPES OF TORCHES, ARTHING
5.
MIG/MAG WELDING SUPPLIES
HOLDERS, ARTHING HOLDERS WIRE
SPOOLS (COPPER COATED MILD
STEEL) PRE HEATER, VARIOUS
TYPES OF ROLLER MECHANISM.
INTRODUCTION TO HAND TOOLS
RELATED TO WELDING SUCH AS
6.
HAND TOOLS
CHIPPERS , FILES, WIRE BRUSH,
TONG, APRON WIRE BRUSH, TONG
ETC.
7.
MIG/MAG WELDING MACHINES-
INTODUCTION TO MIG/MAG WELDING
I
MACHINES.
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8.
9.
MIG/MAG WELDING MACHINES-
A/C TRANSFORMERS MACHINES. A/C /
II
D/C GAS WELDING MACHINES.
MIG/MAG WELDING MACHINES-
TRANSFORMERS RECTIFIER TYPE
III
A/C / D/C MACHINES.
10.
SPOOL SELECTION
11.
GAS SELECTION
12.
TORCHES SELECTION
13.
ROLLER SELECTION
14.
SELECTION OF PROCESS - I
15.
SELECTION OF PROCESS – II
16.
SELECTION OF PROCESS - III
SELECTION CRITERIA OF WIRE
SPOOL ACCORDING OPERATIONS.
SELECTIONS OF GASES ACCORDING
TO MATERIAL.
SELECTIONS OF TORCHES.
SELECTIONS OF ROLLERS
ACCORDING TO MATERIALS.
SELECTION OF PROCESS LIKE,
MIG/MAG PULSE SYNERGIC MODE.
MIG/MAG STD SYNERGIC MIG/ MAG
STD MANUAL MODE.
MIG/MAG STD JOB MODE DIRECTION
OF MOTION DURING WELDING.
VARIOUS TYPES OF WELD JOINTS
17.
TYPES OF JOINTS
LIKE BUTT JOINT, FILLET AND
GROOVE JOINTS.
18.
PRACTICE
REVISION ON MIG-MAG WELDING.
19.
PRACTICE
REVISION ON MIG-MAG WELDING.
20.
PRACTICE
REVISION ON MIG-MAG WELDING.
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22.
EXAMINATION SCHEME:
SESSIONAL MARKS
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass Marks
MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
syllabus
books
covering
detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
the
Assessment
Semester.
s.
Average of
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
First Semester
Duration: Six Month
Week
No.
Trade Practical
INTRODUCTION TO TIG
1.
WELDINGS ITS
APPLICATION
2.
3.
4.
SAFETY
Trade Theory
INTRODUCTION TO TIG WELDING’S ITS
APPLICATION
INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY RELATED TO
TIG WELDING.
SAFETY WHILE
INTRODUCTION TO SHIELDS AND HELMETS,
WORKING
HAND GLOVES, HAND GLOVES, APRON.ETC.
TIG WELDING
EQUIPMENT
TIG WELDING EQUIPMENT LIKE
REGULATORS HOGES, WELDING TORCH,
WELDING GOGGLES, ETC.
TIG WELDING EQUIPMENT LIKE TYPES OF
TORCHES, ARTHING HOLDERS, ARTHING
5.
TIG WELDING SUPPLIES
HOLDERS WIRE SPOOLS (COPPER COATED
MILD STEEL) PRE HEATER, VARIOUS TYPES
OF ROLLER MECHANISM.
INTRODUCTION TO HAND TOOLS RELATED
6.
HAND TOOLS
TO WELDING SUCH AS CHIPPERS , FILES,
WIRE BRUSH, TONG, APRON WIRE BRUSH,
TONG ETC.
7.
8.
TIG WELDING
MACHINES-I
INTODUCTION TO TIG WELDING MACHINES.
TIG WELDING
A/C TRANSFORMERS MACHINES. A/C / D/C
MACHINES-II
GAS WELDING MACHINES.
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9.
TIG WELDING
TRANSFORMERS RECTIFIER TYPE A/C / D/C
MACHINES-III
MACHINES.
10.
SPOOL SELECTION
11.
GAS SELECTION
12.
TORCHES SELECTION
13.
ROLLER SELECTION
14.
15.
16.
SELECTION CRITERIA OF WIRE SPOOL
ACCORDING OPERATIONS.
SELECTIONS OF GASES ACCORDING TO
MATERIAL.
SELECTIONS OF TORCHES.
SELECTIONS OF ROLLERS ACCORDING TO
MATERIALS.
SELECTION OF
SELECTION OF PROCESS LIKE, TIG PULSE
PROCESS - I
SYNERGIC MODE.
SELECTION OF
PROCESS – II
TIG STD SYNERGIC TIG STD MANUAL MODE.
SELECTION OF
TIG STD JOB MODE DIRECTION OF MOTION
PROCESS - III
DURING WELDING.
VARIOUS TYPES OF WELD JOINTS LIKE
17.
TYPES OF JOINTS
18.
PRACTICE
REVISION ON TIG WELDING.
19.
PRACTICE
REVISION ON TIG WELDING.
20.
PRACTICE
REVISION ON TIG WELDING.
BUTT JOINT, FILLET AND GROOVE JOINTS.
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22.
EXAMINATION SCHEME:
SESSIONAL MARKS
SEMESTER
Minimum Pass Marks
MARKS
(40 Marks)
(60 Marks)
Internal
Internal
Semester
TOTAL
Assessment
Assignment
Examinatio
MARKS
s,
n
(100 Marks
Sessional
Semester
50%
50%
20 Marks
30 Marks
Attendance
& Discipline
(30 Marks – 1
(10 Marks)
Hour Duration)
(60 Marks –
3 Hrs.
Duration)
Three
Class
Final
Assessments at
work books
Examination
regular intervals
& home
at the end of
as specified in
assignment
Semester
syllabus
books
covering
detailed
checked
entire
programme.
before the
syllabus of
each
the
Assessment
Semester.
s.
Average of
Average
Student is
best of two
of best of
eligible to
assessments to
two
write in final
be considered
assignments
exam only
for final
to be
after
Sessional
considered
obtaining
marks
for final
minimum
Sessional
Sessional
marks.
Marks.
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MSME INDO-GERMAN TOOL ROOM
SECOND SEMESTER: COURSE DETAILS
ADVANCE CERTIFICATE COURSE IN
WELDING OPERATIONS TRADE
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Syllabus For The Trade Of ACCWO
Second Semester
Duration: Six Month
PROJECT
Week
Trade Practical
Trade Theory
No.
1 - 20
Project work
Students may go to various industries,
take a project from industries on
Gas welding – various gas welding
techniques, edge gas welding, fillet gas
welding by using by using different filler
rods. Gas welding positions like 1G, 2G,
3G, 4G, 5G, 6G.
Arc welding - Arc welding positions like
1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, and 6G.
MIG / MAG welding – Different welding
positions like 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, 6G.
TIG welding.
21
Revision
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FINAL EVALUATION
SESSIONAL MARKS
Evaluation of On-Job Training &
Live Projects
Project Report
Project
Presentation
325
200
75
Total Marks
600
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MAJOR EQUIPMENT’S / MACHINERIES LIST
SR.
NO.
MACHINE NAME
SPECIFICATION
QTY
1
Work Station ZUPER160I
ZUPER INVERTER 160Amps
01
2
. Prototyping Machine ZUPER 400I
ZUPER 400I Input Supply
1Phase,195 VAC to 265 VAC
Weight In Kg 13 Kg
02
A
Electrode diameter (mm)
2.5 – 6.0
B
Length (mm)
350 - 450
C
Amperage (A)
50 - 360
D
Hot start
NA
E
Arc Force
Adjustable from front panel
F
Dimension (W x L x H) (mm)
260 x 360 x 350
G
Weight (Kgs)
13
3
Work Station ZUPER160I
ZUPER INVERTER 160Amps
4
Prototyping Machine ZUPER 400I
ZUPER 400I
Input Supply
1Phase,195 VAC to 265 VAC
Weight In Kg 13 Kg
A
Electrode diameter (mm)
2.5 – 6.0
B
Length (mm)
350 - 450
C
Amperage (A)
50 - 360
D
Hot start
NA
E
Arc Force
Adjustable from front panel
F
Dimension (W x L x H) (mm)
260 x 360 x 350
G
Weight (Kgs)
13
5
Zuper inverter MIG
01
6
Zuper inverter MMAW
01
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