Aide-Memoire (Draft) UNIDO / Government of India sponsored

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Aide
-
Memoire (Draft)

UNIDO / Government of India sponsored


Training/Capacity Building in energy efficient

Engineering services including Castings, Fabrication and Manufacturing

(Program for Regional Africa at UNIDO established technical institutes in Ind
ia)

Bangalore, Batala

Next Session: 22 August


23 September 2005.

(Future 2005


2006 Sessions are scheduled for October/ November 2005,
January, March, May, July, September, November 2006)


1.Background


The International Centre for Advancement of

Manufacturing Technology (ICAMT),
Bangalore


The ICAMT is one of the International Technology Centres established by UNIDO with
support from the Government of India. Foremost among its mission is to bridge the
technology divide by promoting technology as
a means to achieving industrial
competitiveness in developing countries. ICAMT is implementing national programs for
development of selected sectors (toy, stone, machine tools, and lock) in India. The estimated
cost of these national programs is USD 6.6 mi
llion. The Centre has taken the initiative to
promote Indian technologies for manufacturing alternate building materials derived from
agro
-
industrial waste in developing countries.


The core objectives of ICAMT are (1) to build/strengthen the institutional

and technical
capacity and international framework for promoting advancement of energy efficient
technologies and industrial investments in manufacturing sector of industries of developing
countries; and (2) to foster South
-
South and North
-
South coopera
tion and partnerships
enabling developing countries to enhance their manufacturing capabilities and benefit from
technological advances in manufacturing for sustainable development.


The Centre offers the following services:




International Channels for te
chnology transfer, training and support for technology
absorption



International seminars/ workshops/ exhibitions/ business forums/ expert group
meetings



Access to international databases dedicated to manufacturing technology



Expert advisory and consultancy

services



Logistic support and turnkey solutions



Specialized training



Appropriate networking for better marketing



Energy Efficient product / process development for increased competitiveness



Benchmarking of Technology



1.A CENTRAL MANUFACTUTING TECHNOLOG
Y INSTITUTE (CMTI)


CMTI is an R & D organization focusing its efforts mainly on harnessing know
-
how in the
manufacturing technology sector to practical purposes and assisting technological growth in the

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country. CMTI has the role of being a catalyst
and a

key player in manufacturing technology
growth in the country. Established in the 60s under the name “Central Machine Technology
Institute”, it was renamed in 1992 in tune with its current role in the manufacturing scenario,
which is broader than the narro
w focus of machine tools.


Since 1975, the Institute has been playing a major role in filling the gaps in manufacturing
technology and improvements in energy efficiency in production processes that were either not
developed by the indigenous industry or w
ere not available to industry even through imports.


CMTI has the wherewithal to help industries at three levels:


1.

Strategic level inputs for decision makers

2.

Managerial level inputs for process managers

3.

Operational level inputs within the organization


The

functional capabilities of CMTI include:




Design and Development



Robotics



CNC/CAD/CAM/CIM/CAE



Precision Engineering



Research and Testing



Research in Machining Technology



Standards



Technology Information Services



Training



Administration


The purpose of the

Institute is stated as follows: “To support industries to achieve excellence
in technology and stimulate economic growth.”


CMTI also offers laboratory services and in this respect has accumulated expertise in the
following areas:




Chemical analysis



Compa
ny standardization



Fluid power



Machine vision



Metallurgy



Metrology



Noise and Vibration



Prototype testing


The institute also offers an extensive library collection, as well as databases encompassing
products, bibliographies, directories, statistical data a
nd patents.


The CMTI has also set up a Rapid Product Development Centre which offers total solutions
for rapid product development and consultancy, which to date has benefited automobile,
electrical, electronics, aerospace, micro/mini hydro turbines, rene
wable energy technology,
jewellery, toy and other industries.



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ICAMT/CMTI have the capability to train an
additional 200 trainers from abroad, in
addition to its current training load.


1.B Institute for Machine Tools Technology (IMTT)


The Machine Tool I
ndustry constitutes the backbone of the Industrial Sector and is vital for
the growth of the capital goods industry. Even though the Indian machine tool industry forms
a small segment of the engineering industry, it plays a very important role in its deve
lopment
and technology up
-
gradation. The quality and cost of engineering products depends on the
quality of parent machine tools and their automation levels. The development of machine tool
industry is therefore of paramount importance for a competitive an
d self
-
reliant industrial
structure.


The Indian machine tool industry comprises of large, medium and small
-
scale sectors. There
are a large number of machine tool units in the small
-
scale sector located in Punjab and
nearby regions. These small
-
scale se
ctors have traditionally a strong presence in the machine
tool industry, meeting the demands of ancillary and other units, whereas machine tools from
the large sector meet the demand of medium and heavy industries.


The priority of the Government of Indi
a and the Government of Punjab for establishing
IMTT for upgrading the technology of small
-
scale machine tool manufacturer was directed
from the overall priority of the small
-
scale industrial sector. Therefore, the primary endeavor
of the existing institut
e for machine tools technology is to provide technical services in terms
of new designs, precision engineering facilities, laboratory and testing, expert advice and
training to entrepreneurs and engineers of small scale units in Punjab. This project was s
et up
by the State Govt., with the assistance of UNIDO/UNDP in 1993, to enhance the growth of
machine tools industry, and make it more competitive through the assistance in technology
up
-
gradation, modernization, and precision manufacturing.


1.C Institut
e for Auto
-
parts & Bicycle Parts Technology (IAPT & IBT)


The quality, safety and cost of automobiles depend very much on the availability of quality
components for incorporation into original equipments, and as spares during its operating life.
The pictu
re in India is that, 50% of all automotive parts come from the small
-
scale sector; in
terms of number it comes to 95% of all units. At the beginning of 1990, out of about 5,000
small scale and ancillary units manufacturing auto parts in India, nearly 2,000

were in
Punjab. Some of the products had export potential as well. The majority of the parts were
metal based. The small units’ management and engineering capabilities as well as quality
control aspects were weak. As a considerable number of these auto pa
rts making units were
centred in Ludhiana, the Govt. of Punjab decided to establish the Institute for Auto Parts
Technology (IAPT) in Ludhiana with the help of UNIDO/UNDP.


The development objective of the project was to improve the quality and reliabilit
y of
automotive components manufactured by small scale producers, thereby facilitating import
substitution, export promotion and employment generation.


2. Training Courses available at ICAMT, IMTT, IAPT and IBT


A few of the accredited courses provided

at the institute are listed below.


1. Total Quality Management

2. Design and development of auto components, low cost automation and test rigs


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3. Testing & evaluation of components and instrumentation

4. Process technology


casting, forging, manuf
acturing

5. Computer aided engineering for design and manufacturing.

6. Training in Engineering Projects.

7. Foundry Technology and Materials Analysis

8. Training in Manufacturing Technology

9. Training in Metrology and Calibration

10. Reverse Engine
ering (CAD / CAM):

11.Courses in heat treatment of Ferrous Materials

12. Courses ISO 9000 certification

(For more information, please log on to
http://www.unido.org/doc/21031
)


3. Objectives of the Worksh
op.


The main objective of this project is to provide training, education and skill development for
trainers from English speaking participating African countries at the UNIDO established
training Centres in Bangalore, Ludhiana and Batala in India, in orde
r to increase their level of
technical competence in the areas of machine tools and manufacturing technology, thereby
enabling the participants to facilitate the institutions in their home bases to adopt and
introduce new technologies, energy efficiency, w
ork practices, product designs and
processes, use of alternative energy sources resulting in multiplier effect, further improving
job opportunities through skills upgrading. Through the training of trainers, this project
intends to further strengthen the i
ndustrial capabilities leading to improved production
methods, process controls and standardization resulting in increased competitiveness,
efficiency and productivity with special focus on agro machinery, machinery for RE
generation and other appropriate
technology production processes.


This project will help build partnerships and effective linkages for the twinning of technical
training institutes in African countries with the institutes in Bangalore and Punjab and other
machine tool centres in India, f
or the long term program of cooperation for industrial training,
technology awareness building and institutional support within the framework of South
-
South
cooperation.


4. Participants.


Profile of participants attending the “Train the Trainers” Program


Participants attending this interactive workshop in Bangalore and Punjab are nominated by
technical training/vocational training institutions, manufacturing associations, or private
industries, and are selected based on the following criteria:




Should be

trainers in industrial/technical training institutes, supervisors of employees
working in engineering technology related areas.



Responsible to provide advice, guidance and training to staff at the shop floor level,
dealing with manufacturing and producti
on involving the use of machine tools
technology.



Should have several years of industrial experience



Fully knowledgeable about setting up production/manufacturing
-
assembly lines
involving machine tools.



Should have good knowledge of English and be able to

converse in the same.



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Potential Participants are requested to
submit their CVs as early as possible,
clearly indicating their qualifications, experience, and current position as well as a one
page report of how they will be able to bring in the multiplie
r effect in their work
environment after the completion of the training programme to the UNIDO Country
Representative or UNIDO Focal Point in the respective country.


A Roster will be maintained at the local UNIDO office as well as at UNIDO Head
Q
uarters.


Candidates will be selected based on an interview in their home countries on dates that
will be specified shortly.


5. Place and Dates of Training


Place: Bangalore, Ludhiana, Batala


Dates: The next training programme will commenc
e on 23 August
2005
. The training will
be for a period of three weeks at Ludhiana and Batala and for two weeks at Bangalore.


Participants are expected to arrive Delhi on or before 22 August 2005 so that they can be
picked up from the International Ai
rport and taken to Ludhiana.


The team will move to Bangalore on 4 Septembr
2005
. Courses at Bangalore will
commence on 12 September until 23

September 2005
.


Note: About Return Journey

Participants will either travel to Mumbai (Bombay) or Chen
nai (Madras) for their return
flights.


6. Language and Documentation


The working language at the workshop is English. The main substantive documentation for
the workshop will be the presentation on the technical training facilities together with
summa
ries of the discussions regarding customised training based on individual country
requirements. Other issues such as timetable for training, number of participants, funding for
training, etc. could also form part of the documentation.


7. Financial and a
dministrative arrangements


The international participants invited for the training programme will be covered from the
UNIDO project. Approximately 100 participants (English Speaking) from African Countries
selected as batches of 25 each will be financed t
o attend the training programme. Airfare to a
maximum of $800/
-

or actual cost, whichever is lower, Boarding, Lodging and local transport
will be provided by the project. $200/
-

will be provided for incidental expenses while
attending the training facili
ties in India. Expenses of local participants and other observers
will be borne by their respective agencies, institutions, enterprises, or by the individual.


UNIDO will provide:




For the international participants invited by UNIDO, the most economical

round trip
air tickets between Home country


Delhi
-

Bangalore


Home Country (maximum
amount $800/
-

or actual cost of air ticket, whichever is lower). The delegates

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nominated for this training programme
by their respective
Governments/Institutions/ Manu
facturing Associations should wait for formal travel
authorization. Any additional cost above the stipulated limit or that incurred upon
deviations from the authorized route shall be covered by the participants.




A lump sum subsistence allowance of $
200/
-

for incidental expenses for the duration
of stay for participants invited by UNIDO. No further claims will be considered.


The training institutes in India will provide necessary conference room facilities, overhead
projectors as well as administra
tive and logistic support.


NEITHER HOST COUNTRY NOR UNIDO WILL ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR
THE FOLLOWING COSTS:


Costs incurred by participants with respect to travel insurance, accident insurance, medical
bills and hospitalisation fees in connection with h
is/her attendance at the Workshop;


Compensation in the event of death, disability or illness of the participant in connection with
the attendance at the Workshop;


Incidental costs incurred in connection with travel abroad e.g. passport, visas, vaccinatio
ns,
stopovers, and travel to and from the airports;


Loss or damage to personal property of participants attending the Workshop;


Purchase of personal goods or compensation in the event of damage caused to such goods by
climatic or other conditions, and;


Other unforeseen expenditures.



8. Visa/Passport Requirements



Before leaving the home country, participants should complete all formalities regarding entry
visas if they are required.



9. Arrival & Departures


International Participants are expected
to leave their home countries/duty stations in time to
arrive at the training institutions on time, as per specific programmes that will be made
available upon the announcement of the commencement of the training sessions.

Departures
from India could be b
ased on individual itineraries depending on availability of return flights
from India. UNIDO will not be financially responsible for earlier arrivals of the participants
due to personal reasons or failure to obtain confirmed return bookings, which should
be
finalized by participants prior to their departure from home countries.


Participants invited by UNIDO who have not yet confirmed their participation to UNIDO
should do so by fax no. 0043
-
1
-
26026
-
6855 as soon as possible. Participants should also as
soon as possible supply details of scheduled times and dates of arrival in India indicating
flight numbers.



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Dress Code at the Training Centres: (note
)


Candidates are expected to be in formal dress and should wear shoes during Class
Room lectures and s
ite visits.


For further information please contact:


In your home country please contact your UNIDO Country Representative or the
UNDP office for information on eligibility and nominations.


At UNIDO Headquarters


Ms. Dolores Leppich

Project Assista
nt,

PTC/ECB, UNIDO, Vienna, Austria.

Tel. 0043
-
1
-

26026 5184.

Fax 0043
-
1
-

26026 6855

D.Leppich@unido.org



Mr. Alexander Varghese

Industrial Development Officer

Energy and Cleaner Production Branch

Programme Dev
elopment and Technical Cooperation

UNIDO, Vienna, Austria.

Tel. 0043
-
1
-

26026 3581.

Fax 0043
-
1
-

26026 6855

Email

a.varghese@Unido.org



At ICAMT


Bangalore and Delhi


Mr. M. Sahu

Project Director, UNIDO
-
I
CAMT


CMTI Campus, Tumkur Road

Bangalore
-
560 022 INDIA

Tel: 91
-
80
-
3478109/10

Fax: 91
-
80
-
3475450


Delhi Office:


Core 5 B, Ist Floor, O/o BMTPC

India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road

New Delhi
-
110003 INDIA

Phone:24647083

Fax: 24647082

Email:
msahu@icamt.org

'gitanjali@icamt.org'

d.ballani@icamt.org


At IMTT, Batala, Punjab, India.


Mr. Paramjeet Singh

General Manager cum Project Coordinator

Institute for Machine Tools Technology


8

Batala, Punjab, India.

Tel. 0091
-
1871 246
472

Fax. 0091
-
161 2672824

Mobile: 0091
-
98146 34886.

Email. imttech@del3.vsnl.net.in




Annexe 1 .


Substantive Course Programme:


1.

Machine Tools Technology

2.

Foundry Technology

3.

Process technology


Casting, Forging, Manufacturing.


Applicants should

be currently working as Technical Trainers at Industrial Training Institutes
dealing with the above topics or as Supervisors at manufacturing industries where such
technologies are employed.


Detailed course description can be obtained from UNIDO at th
e following address.


Ms. Dolores Leppich

Project Assistant,

PTC/ECB, UNIDO, Vienna, Austria.

Tel. 0043
-
1
-

26026 5184.

Fax 0043
-
1
-

26026 6855

D.Leppich@unido.org