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08 Weeks Vocational Skill Development Courses 2017
Start Date 
7/17/2017
End Date 
9/10/2017
Venue 
SMME
Brief

04 WEEKS VOCATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT COURSES
DMRC SMME

Introduction:

1.                  A large number of young – high school scholars who cannot make their headway in education are unemployed in the market. They do not have the right level of education and lack skills. They cannot self-employ themselves due to shyness and lack of confidence.

2.                  It was thought at SMME that the spare summer time of faculty, staff and facilities required can be  utilized for the underprivileged segment of society by offering short courses on vocational scale.

 

Objective:

3.                  The objective of this training is to impart considerable background knowledge in selected trades and to enhance practical skills to make the individuals acquire job in setups or self-employ themselves to earn a respectable livelihood.

 

Criteria:

4.                  To acquire working skills suited to the market demands for the underprivileged individuals, the selection criteria has been made more vast in terms of educational background. Main emphasis has been on the ability and determination of the individual to learn these skills. The criteria for the three technologies are as under:

a.                  Electrical Technology  :           Matric (Sc), Intermediate, DAE (Elect)

b.                  Machining Practice     :           Matric (Sc), Intermediate, DAE (Mech) 

c.                   Welding Techniques    :           Middle School Pass

5.                  Conduct:  

a.                  Theory 20% and Practical 80%

b.                  Assignments, Tasks, Quizzes, Short Projects, Viva and Final Paper

c.                   Timings           :           Monday to Friday (0900 – 1600 Hrs)

d.                  Duration          :           17 July 2017 to 10 Sept 2017

 

6.                  Course Contents:

 

a.                 Service Electrician

(1)               Basic Mathematics

(2)               Basic Metrology and Measurement Techniques

(3)               Technical Drawings and Symbology

(4)               Introduction to Quality / Safety Precautions / First Aid

(5)               Types of Electrical Wires and Color Coding   

(6)               Types of Wiring and Insulation / Types of Wiring Joints

(7)               AC/DC Supply / Single and Three Phase Supply / Circuits

(8)               Making a Single and Three phase Circuits

(9)               Intro to Electric Circuiting / Practice on Circuits / Electric Circuit (single phase) Practice

(10)           Distribution Board Practice / Single and Three Phase Wiring

(11)           Duct Types and Fitting / Soldering / De-Soldering and Kits

(12)           PCB and Electric Components

(13)           Faults in Electric Wiring / UPS, Generator and Stabilizer

b.             

     

b.                 Machinist

(1)               Basic Mathematics

(2)               Basic Metrology and Measurement Techniques

(3)               Technical Drawings and Symbology

(4)               Introduction to Quality / Safety Precautions / First Aid

(5)               Introduction to machine tools / Jigs and Fixtures

(6)               Practice / demo on Lathe machine

(7)               Practice / demo on Milling machine

(8)               Measuring instruments

(9)               Introduction to Turning Operations / Milling Operations

(10)           Tool Cutting Geometry

(11)           Types of Lathe Operations

(12)           Special Operations / Types of Threads / Cutting of Threads

(13)           Inspection of Work / Maintenance of Machines / Lubricants

(14)           Types of Coolant and their use for different metals

 

c.                  Welding

(1)               Basic Mathematics

(2)               Basic Metrology and Measurement Techniques

(3)               Technical Drawings and Symbology

(4)               Introduction to Quality / Safety Precautions / First Aid        

(5)               Layout Making Section / Sheet Development / Bench Fitting Work 

(6)               Production Layout Marking and Banding

(7)               Types of Welding :   Electric Arc Welding and its Equipments / Practice

(8)               Types of Welding Joints / Arc Welding Joints / Frame Making and Welding / Inspection of Welding and its types

(9)               Position of Welding (Horizontal & Vertical)

(10)           Gas Welding / Brazing / Spot Welding / Mig Welding Practice

(11)           Introduction to Different types of materials

(12)           Grill, Gate and Window making

Courses Run:

7.                  The vocational program run in SMME DMRC is dwelled upon the free time available with the department during summer. Capacity of DMRC is maximum 30 students in each category. The first course was started in 2013 and is continuing since then. The courses run and the participation in the three categories is as follows:

S. No

Year

Course Titles

No. Of Courses

Duration

No. of Students

1

2013

Electrician

Machinist

Welding

03

10 Jun 2013 to

10 Jul 2013

80

2

2014

03

06 Aug 2014 to

29 Aug 2014

41

3

2015

03

27 Jul 2015 to

21 Aug 2015

67

4

2016

03

25 Jul 2016 to   19 Aug 2016

71

5

2016-17

Technical Supervisory Course

01

14 Nov 2016 to 30 Mar 2017

28

GRAND TOTAL

287

 

Feedback:

8.                  SMME also has maintained a periodic feedback contact with the individuals who have undergone the stated courses. Feedback reveals that:

 

a.                  Some individuals have become motivated to continue their education.

b.                  Other have been able to choose the right direction / discipline of technology.

c.                   Some students (10 – 15%) have acquired jobs based on this course.

d.                  Others have self-employed themselves.

e.                  Above all the course contributes in encouraging the underprivileged individuals to continue struggle in life rather than to get involved in unwanted activities.

 

9.                  In sum total the course has a positive effect on hundreds of individuals and scores of families. In many ways the vocational courses contribute positively to the society.

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