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Training Courses offered by Institute

 

 

Long term and short Term training courses are regularly conducted in the field of Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Computer and Agricultural Engineering in the Institute. A part from above Special training Courses under tailor made Courses are also conducted. Most of the faculty members who conduct the courses are Trained in India and Abroad.

Long Term Training Courses

a)                   Craftsman Instructor Training Scheme (CITS)

Under the CITS scheme Instructor course in modular pattern is conducted vide DGET-19(14)/2008-CD dtd. 9th July 2009 instructions. The one year courses has been divided into 4 modules whose details are given below. Trainees have to pass all the four modules to get the instructor course certificate. Trainees can pass any module from any DGET training institute existing in country. The Instructor course is an essential qualification to become an instructor.

 

Training Scheme

Name of Module

Duration.

Admission Schedule

CITS

 

(Instructor Course)

1.          Trade Technology -1

( TT-1)

2.          Trade Technology -2

( TT-2 )

3.          Training Methodology

( TM )

4.          Engineering Technology

( ET )

 

3 months each module.

 

Admission is done in the month of July, October, January & April of calendar year

 

 

Note :- The ATI Ludhiana is purposed to conduct Training courses for TT-1 & TT-2 modules in trades of Electrician, Fitter, Machinist, Turner, Welder, Mechanic Motor Vehicle and Mechanic Agricultural Machinery, Mechanic Tractor, Mechanic Machine Tool maintenance, Pump Operator cum Mechanic, Mechanic Auto El & EC, Mechanic Diesel & Tool &Die maker (Press tools, & Jigs & fixture)

 

DGET-19(14)/2008-CD dtd.9th July 2009 instructions

 

As per latest recommendations of NCVT (National Council of Vocational Training) one year

Instructor Training course has been converted to Modular pattern of Instructor Training

Course and has been introduced w.e.f. August, 2009 onwards at all Training Institutes of

DGE&T for Engineering trades.

1.       For this purpose, the academic session (August to July) will be divided into four quarters as under:-

First quarter- 1st August to 31st October

Second Quarter- 1st November to 31st January

Third Quarter- 1st February to 30th April

Fourth Quarter- 1st May to 31st July

 

2.       There will be four modules each of three months duration namely

1.       Training Methodology (TM) common for all trades

2.       Engineering Technology (ET) - common for some trades so it is grouped for similar trades as detailed in Annexure. I

3.       Trade Technology I (TT-I) is trade specific.

4.       Trade Technology II (TT-II) is trade specific.

 

3.       The batch size of the modules will be as under:-

1.       Training Methodology maximum intake 30.

2.       Engineering Technology maximum intake 30.

3.       Trade Technology I (TT-I) maximum intake 20.

4.       Trade Technology II (TT-II) maximum intake 20.

4. The eligibility criteria for admission to the different modules of Craft Instructor Training and reservation norms will be as per Annexure-II. Institutes should strictly adhere to these criteria & norms.

5.       An eligible trainee will have option to undergo training in any module, in any institute, conducting Modular Pattern of Craft Instructor Training as per NCVT norms and standards. Similarly, sponsoring organizations will have option to depute their candidates in any module, in any institute as per their requirement. State Governments may depute their participants on module basis instead of one full year as per their convenience. By doing so, the output at ITI level will not be affected. State Governments may also take advantage of deputing their participants in common modules to nearby institutes. Other stakeholders such as ITCs, Industrial Houses having requirement of instructors may take advantage of the new flexible system and depute their participants in any module in any institute of their choice.

6.       NCVT will conduct examination for all modules at the end of each quarter. Successful candidates will be awarded certificates from the institute for each module. Such certificates may be issued under the signature of the Head of the institute. Craft Instructor Certificate will be awarded by NCVT, to a candidate, only after successful completion of all the four modules within a period of five years. Such certificates may be issued from the institute where the trainee complete his last module.

7.       All the modules to have equal full marks i.e. 300 thus the total marks will be 4x300 =1200 for all the four modules of Craft Instructor Training Course. Sessional marks will be limited to maximum 20% on all subjects. Pass marks of each subject will be 60% of the full marks. The detail distribution of marks is given in Annexure-III (A) & (B).

 

b)                   Craftsman training Scheme ( CTS)

 

Under this scheme the course is designed to produce the Technician for the Industries at the National level. In short the objective of this course is to produce the High quality Working Staff needed for Indian Industries other establishment etc. Courses framed by National council of vocational training ( NCVT) of one year, two year are conducted in this institute in following trades. These courses are popular by name of ITI courses.

 

 

Srno

Training Scheme

Name of Courses

No of seats

Duration.

Year of admission

Admission Schedule

1.

CTS

 

MTI Courses

1. Turner

 

2. Fitter

3 Machinist

 

4. Electrician

 

5 Information Technology

& Electronic system

Maintenance (IT&ESM)

 

6. Mechanic Motor Vehicle

 

7. Mechanic Agricultural

Machinery

8. Computer Operator &

Programming Assistant.

(COPA)

9. Welder

21

 

21

21

 

26

 

26

 

 

 

20

 

20

 

20

 

 

16

2 yrs

 

2 yrs

2 yrs.

 

2 yrs.

 

2 yrs

 

 

 

2 yrs

 

2 yr.

 

1 yr.

 

 

1 yr

In Every odd calendar year

 

-do-

-do-

 

In Every Even calendar year

 

-do-

 

 

 

-do-

 

-do-

 

In Every calendar year

 

 

-do-

Last dateof Receipt of applications on prescribed application form 30th June

 

Session starts from 1st August

 

c)            Short Term Training Courses

The institute also conducts short term training courses in the field of mechanical , Electrical, Electronics engineering fields under the Advanced Vocational Training Scheme, World Bank and Hi- Tech Schemes.

 

 

Training Scheme

 

 

Name of Courses

 

Admission Schedule

 

AVTS

 

1.        Tool & Die Making courses

 

2.        Tool room Operator Training courses.

3. Metrology & Engineering

Inspection

 

4. Indian standard & Reading of

Engineering Drawing.

 

5.        Electrical Maintenance

6.        Machine Tool maintenance/ Control Technology Courses

 

 

 

 

 

Advance reservation is done and for vacant seats admission is done on the spot on first starting day of course.

 

fordetails refer AVTS Training Calendar.

World Bank

 

1. Advanced Electronics

Maintenance.

 

2.        Advanced Welding .

 

3.        Material Testing.

 

4.        Media Resource Center.

 

5. Advanced Heat engines.

 

6 Media Resource centre

 

Advance reservation is done and for vacant seats admission is done on the spot on first starting day of course.

 

fordetails refer AVTS Training Calendar.

 

Hi- Tech

 

1. Computer Aided Designing

(CAD)

 

2. Computer Aided Manufacturing

(CAM)

 

3. Programming & Operation of

CNC machines

 

4. Control Technology Courses.

 

 

Advance reservation is done and for vacant seats admission is done on the spot on first starting day of course.

 

fordetails refer AVTS Training Calendar.

 

 

Annexure- I

Grouping of Trades for Engineering Technology Module (ET)

Group No.

Trades included in the Group

I

1.       Forger & Heat Treater

2.       Carpenter

3.       Foundry Man

4.       Pattern Maker

5.       Sheet Metal Worker

6.       Welder (Gas & Electric)

II

1.       Mechanic Motor Vehicle

2.       Mech. Ref. & Air Conditioning

3.       Farm Mechanic and Mechanic Agri. Machineries

III

1.       Draughtsman (Mechanical)

2.       Draughtsman (Civil)

3.       Reading of Drawing & Arithmetic(ROD & A)

IV

1.       Fitter

2.       Turner

3.       Machinist

4.       Machinist (Grinder)

5.       Tool & Die Maker

6.       MTMM

V

1.       Electrician

2.       Wireman

VI

1.       Maintenance Mechanic (CP)

2.       Attendant Operator (CP)

3.       Instrument Mechanic (CP)

4.       Laboratory Assistant (CP)

5.       Instrument Mechanic

VII

1.       Electronics Mechanic

2.       Mechanic Radio & TV

3.       IT & ESM

Institutes having facilities to conduct Engineering Technology (ET) Module of a trade can conduct ET Module for the group to which the trade belongs, thus the institute can admit trainees of other trades of the same group in the ET Module.

 

Annexure- I

Grouping of Trades for Engineering Technology Module (ET)

Group No.

Trades included in the Group

I

7.       Forger & Heat Treater

8.       Carpenter

9.       Foundry Man

10.   Pattern Maker

11.   Sheet Metal Worker

12.   Welder (Gas & Electric)

II

4.       Mechanic Motor Vehicle

5.       Mech. Ref. & Air Conditioning

6.       Farm Mechanic and Mechanic Agri. Machineries

III

4.       Draughtsman (Mechanical)

5.       Draughtsman (Civil)

6.       Reading of Drawing & Arithmetic(ROD & A)

IV

7.       Fitter

8.       Turner

9.       Machinist

10.   Machinist (Grinder)

11.   Tool & Die Maker

12.   MTMM

V

3.       Electrician

4.       Wireman

VI

6.       Maintenance Mechanic (CP)

7.       Attendant Operator (CP)

8.       Instrument Mechanic (CP)

9.       Laboratory Assistant (CP)

10.   Instrument Mechanic

VII

4.       Electronics Mechanic

5.       Mechanic Radio & TV

6.       IT & ESM

 

Institutes having facilities to conduct Engineering Technology (ET) Module of a trade can conduct ET Module for the group to which the trade belongs, thus the institute can admit trainees of other trades of the same group in the ET Module.

 

Annexure-II.

 

Procedure to be followed for admission to different modules of Craft Instructor Training Course.

 

1.       Eligibility for admissions for the modules of Training Methodology (TM) Engineering Technology (ET) and Trade Technology-I will be :-

a)       Possessing National Trade Certificate for the relevant trade or

b)       Possessing National Apprenticeship Certificate in the relevant trade or

c)       Diploma in relevant branch of engineering.

2.       Eligibility for admissions for the module of Trade Technology-II will be:-

a)       Same as 1 above and

b)       A pass in Trade Technology-I (TT-I) Module of the relevant trade of Modular Pattern of Craft Instructor Training Course.

3.       Candidates sponsored by the Directorate of States/Union Territories Incharge Craftsmen Training will be given first preference.

4.       The next preference will be given to the Candidates sponsored by the affiliated ITCs (for the candidates of the affiliated trades only), Government of India Departments, any other Department of State Government/UT, Public Sector Enterprises (Central/State), Industrial Organizations.

5.       Remaining vacant seats, if any, to be filled-up from Private candidates based on merit only. The criteria for preparing the Merit List of the private candidates (applicants) will be as under:-

S.No.

Criteria

Percentage weightage

1.

Educational Qualifications

40

1.1

Matriculation or equivalent

30

(based on marks obtained in Board Examinations)

1.2

Intermediate or (10+2)

05

(based on marks obtained in Board Examinations)

1.3

Graduate

05

(based on marks obtained in University Examinations)

 

Sub-total - Educational qualifications

40

2.

Technical Qualifications

60

2.1

National Trade Certificate

50

(based on marks obtained in the Trade Test of NCVT)

2.2

National Apprenticeship Certificate

60

(based on marks obtained in the Trade Test of NCVT)

2.3

Diploma in Engineering of relevant branch

60

(based on marks obtained in Board/University Examinations)

 

Sub-total Educational qualifications

60

 

Grant Total-Technical and Educational qualifications.

100

 

2 . The reservation for different category will be as under:-

S.No.

Category

Percentage of reservation

1.

Scheduled Caste

15 (vertical)

2.

Scheduled Tribe

7.5 (vertical)

3.

Other Backward Classes

27.5 (the number of seats to be increased equivalent to number of seats offered to OBC Candidates)

4.

Physically Handicapped

03 (vertical)

Suitability in the trade to be certified.

5.

Ex-serviceman

01

6.

Women candidates

30 (for each category i.e. horizontal)

Annexure-III (A)

Marking Scheme for each module of Modular Pattern for Craft Instructor Training for all trades except DMM, DMC and ROD&A

S.No.

Subject

Full Marks

Pass Marks

Duration of Examination

 

Training Methodology Duration: 3 months

1.

Theory

Sessional

125

25

75

15

3

-

2.

Teaching Practice & Demonstration

Sessional

125

25

75

15

6

-

A.

Sub-Total

300

180

-

 

Engineering Technology Duration : 3 months

1.

W/S Calculations & Science

Sessional

125

25

75

15

3

-

2.

Engineering Drawing

Sessional

125

25

75

15

4

-

B.

Sub-Total

300

180

-

 

Trade Technology I : Duration : 3 months

1.

Theory

Sessional

75

15

45

9

3

-

2.

Practical

Sessional

175

35

105

21

8

-

C

Sub-Total

300

180

-

 

Trade Technology-II : Duration 3 months

9.

Theory

Sessional

75

15

45

9

3

-

10.

Practical

Sessional

175

35

105

21

8

-

D

Sub-Total

300

180

-

A+B+C+D

Grand Total of all four modules

1200

720

-

Note: 1. Evaluation of the answer books and practical exercises shall be carried

out as per the existing system under NCVT.

2. Total marks of 1200 kept unaltered.

3. Pass marks of 60% kept unaltered.

 

 

Annexure-III (B)

 

Marking Scheme for each module of Modular Pattern for Craft Instructor

Training for DMM, DMC and ROD&A trades

S.No.

Subject

Full Marks

Pass Marks

Duration of Examination

 

Training Methodology Duration: 3 months

1.

Theory

Sessional

125

25

75

15

3

-

2.

Teaching Practice & Demonstration

Sessional

125

25

75

15

6

-

A.

Sub-Total

300

180

-

 

Engineering Technology Duration : 3 months

1.

W/S Calculations

Sessional

125

25

75

15

3

-

2.

Science

Sessional

125

25

75

15

4

-

B.

Sub-Total

300

180

-

 

Trade Technology I : Duration : 3 months

1.

Theory

Sessional

75

15

45

9

3

-

2.

Practical

Sessional

175

35

105

21

8

-

C

Sub-Total

300

180

-

 

Trade Technology-II : Duration 3 months

9.

Theory

Sessional

75

15

45

9

3

-

10.

Practical

Sessional

175

35

105

21

8

-

D

Sub-Total

300

180

-

A+B+C+D

Grand Total of all four modules

1200

720

-

 

Note: 1. Evaluation of the answer books and practical exercises shall be

carried out as per the existing system under NCVT.

2. Total marks of 1200 kept unaltered.

3. Pass marks of 60% kept unaltered.