Syllabus for the
Module o
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ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (ET)
FOR TRADE GROUP
IV
(In terms of DGE&T order no. DGE&T

19(10) 2011

CD dated 30
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Nov 2011)
TRADES COVER IN THE GROUP:
FITTER, TURNER, MACHINIST, MACHINIST (GRINDER),
TOOL & DIE MAKER AND MMTM
UNDER
CRAFT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHEME
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(
Duration
:

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CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Salt
Lake City, Kolkata
List of
Trade Committee
Members
approved
syllabus of
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY of
“
FITTER,
TURNER, MACHINIST, MACHINIST (GRINDER),
TOOL & DIE MAKER AND MMTM
(METAL CUTTING TRADE GROUP
)
under
Modular Pattern of Craft Instructor Training Scheme held at
Advanced Training Institute KANPUR.
Shri S.J. Amalan, Director,
CSTARI, Salt Lake, Kolkata
S.
No.
Name
Designation & Addresses
1.
Shri D. Mallick
,
Chairman
Director
,
Advanced Training
Institute,
Kanpur
2.
Shri Sunil Vaish
Partner, Falcon Industries
147

B, Co

operative Industrial Estate Dadanagar,
Kanpur & Chairman, Indian Industries Association
CF

2 Udyog Kunj, Panki Industrial Area, Site

5,
Kanpur

208022
3.
Shri Pradeep Kumar
Bhargava
Chairman & Managing Director EMA India Limited,
C

37, Panki Industrial Area, P.O. Udyog Nagar,
Kanpur

208022
4.
Shri Ramesh Chandra
Director,
Reliable Manufacture & Traders, Panki Industrial
Area,
Site

5, Kanpur

208022
5.
Shri M.S. Mohnot
GM
(HRD)
Lohia Starlinger Limited,
D

3A, Panki Industrial
Estate,
Kanpur

208022
6.
Shri R. Rajesh Kumar
Tech Mech Industries,
145

B, Coop. Industrial Estate, Kanpur

208022
7.
Shri S.K.Gupta
Director, N G Electronics
Uptron Industrial Estate,
Kanpur
8.
Shri
G.B.Saxena
Retrd DGM
,
Ordance Factory ,Kanpur
9.
Shri G.N.Eswarappa
DDT,
FTI, Bangalore
10.
Shri J.B.Bajpai
Asst. Workshop Supdt.
,
H.B.T.I, Kanpur
11.
Shri Khemchandra
ADT,
ATI,Kanpur
12.
Shri
S.Bandyopadhyay
Training Officer
,
ATI,Kanpur
13.
Shri D.S.Meena
Training Officer
,
ATI,Kanpur
14.
Shri Ravi Pandey
Vocational Instructor
,
ATI,Kanpur
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.
Name of the Module
: Engineering Technology
2.
N. C. O. Code No.
:
3.
Name of the trade group :
FITTER, TURNER, MACHINIST,
MMTM
MACHINIST (
GRINDER)
AND
TOOL & DIE MAKER
(MECHANICAL TRADE GROUP)
4.
Duration
:
03 Months
5.
Entry Qualification
:
(a)
National Trade Certificate in the relevant trade
OR
(b) National Apprenticeship Certificate in the
relevant
trade
OR
(c) Diploma in
the
relevant branch
of Engineering
6.
Batch Size
: 30 Trainees
7.
Sp
ace
Norms
:
Class Room
:
45
Sq. Mt.
8.
Power Norms
:
Class Room
:
1.3 kw
(9000 lumen)
9.
Trainer’s Qualification:
(a)
Academic Qualification :

10
th
class pass or equivalent.
(b) Technical Qualification
D
egree in appropriate branch of
engineering from recognized University
OR
Three year Diploma in appropriate branch of engineering
from recognized Board / Institution. In case of two units,
one trainer must
be Degree in Engineering.
(c) Passed National Craft Instructor Training course in
RoD&A
(d) Experience : Two years for Degree
holder and
Five
years for
Diploma
holder and NCIT
as an
Instructor
.
COURSE STRUCTURE
Module:

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (ET)
DURATION: 3 Month
Sl.
No.
Component
Allotted Time/ Week
Allotted Time/Quarter
1.
Part

I:
Vocati onal
Sci ence and
Appli ed
Mathemati cs
20 hr./wk.
20
x 13 =260 Hours
Part II:
Engineering
Drawing
19 hr./wk.
19
x 13 =2
47
Hours
2.
Library
01hr./wk.
1x13=13 hr.
Total
40 Hours
40 x 13 =520 Hours
NOTE:
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is permitted in the examinations.
Revised Syllabus
Module:
Engineering Technology (ET)
For the
Trade
group:
FITTER, TURNER, MACHINIST, MACHINIST (GRINDER), TOOL & DIE MAKER AND MMTM
under Modular
Pattern of Craft Instructor Training Scheme
PART 1:
Vocational Science and Applied Mathematics.
Vocational Science:
1. UNITS AND DIMENSIONS
Fundamental and derived units in SI System
,
Dimensions of Physical Quantities
(MLT)

Fundamental & Derived
,
Dimensionless Groups (Reynolds No.,
Mach. No etc. their uses),
Accuracy,
Precision
and errors;
Measuring Instruments

repeatability
& simple
concepts of calibration;
Error
a
nalysis of measurement
s
.
2. FORCE AND MOTION
Displacement
,
Velocity acceleration,
&
momentum.
Equations of motion,
Newton’s law of motion,
Force & its derivation from Newton’s laws of motion
–
constant and variable mass situations
Coplanar concurrent and non

concurrent forces. Resultant and components
;
concept of equilibrium;
Parallelogram law of forces.
Triangle of forces, Le
mi’s theorem.
Simple Problems.
Concept of moment, Definition of moment of inertia,
Moment of inertia of disc, ring & sphere,
Torque and angular momentum and their inter relation,
Concept of couple.
Centripetal and centrifugal forces
Free body diagrams
. Simple problems.
Kinematics of a wrench.
3
. CENTRE OF GRAVITY
Concept of gravity, gravitational force, centroid and center of gravity, centroid for regular lamina and
center of
gravity for regular solids.
Examples of Gravity paradox. Simple problems
4
. FRICTION
Concept of friction, laws of friction, limiting friction and coefficient of friction, sliding friction.
Friction on inclined surfaces.
5
. WORK, POWER AND ENERGY
Work a
nd its Units,
Measurement of work
–
F.S = FS cos Ø
Work done on bodies moving on horizontal and inclined planes (consider frictional forces also).
Concept of Power and its units,
Calculations of power (simple cases).
Concept of Kinetic energy and potential
energy
Expressions for P.E and K.E,
Principle of conservation of energy.
Flywheel
Energy and environment
6
. SIMPLE MACHINES.
Concept of machine, mechanical advantage, velocity ratio and efficiency of a machine their
Relationship, law of machine, simple
machines (lever, wheel and axle, pulleys, jacks& winch crabs only).
7.
MOTION & POWER TRANSMISSION
Link & Link motion
–
simple, complex, compound links; Degrees of Freedom
Gear
–
simple, compound, epicyclic.
Belt & Chain
8. STRESS & STRAIN
Concept o
f load stresses and strain
s
. Tensile
,
compressive and shear stresses and strains.
Concept of Elasticity, Elastic Limit and limit of proportionality.
Hook’s Law,
Young Modulus of Elasticity.
Poisson ration, Bulk modulus, Modular of rigidity, Hoop stress.
9. HEAT& TEMPERATURE
H
eat and temperature.
Unit of heat
; Different scales of Temperature including International Practical Temperature Scales (IPTS)
conversions, problems
Basic Principles of measurement of temperature,
Specific Heat, water equivalent
,
Si
mple problems
10. EXPANSION OF SOLIDS
Coefficient of linear,
Surface and cubical expansions and relation amongst them,
Thermal stresses (qualitative only) and their applications.
11
. FLUID MECHANICS
Properties of fluid (
density,
viscosity, specific
weight, specific volume, specific gravity) with their units.
Concept of static pressure, intensity of pressure and pressure head
,
Pascal’s law
.
Concept of atmospheric pressure, gauge pressure, absolute pressure, vacuum and differential pressure.
Types of
flow (laminar and turbulent). Rate of discharge.
Reynolds No. Equation of continuity;
Bernoulli’s theorem (without proof) and its applications.
Losses in flows. Fluid moving machineries
(
construction and operation only).
Pumps
–
positive displacement; centrifugal
Fans, blowers and compressors
–
single stage multi

stage
Specifications & ratings of Fluid Mechanics Machineries
13.
Electricity
Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s law
Simple Problems on series and parallel circuits.
Con
cept of AC/DC. AC Induction Motors (Squirrel cage and slip ring)
–
uses, constructions and
connections
Starters
–
DOL, Star

delta, soft
&
VFD
General safety measures while handling electrical machines
APPLIED MATHEMATICS
:
1. AlGEBRA
Indices,
Concept and rules,
Examples on indices.
Application of Quadratic equations.
Arithmetic Progression, its nth term and sum of n terms with their applications to engineering
problems.
Geometrical Progression, its nth term and sum of n terms and to infinity
with application to engineering
problems.
Meaning of the terms n! (Factorial n),
n
C
r
. Examples.
Binomial theorem (expansion without proof) for positive integral index (expansion and general term).
2. MENSURETION:
Area & Volume of different geometrical
shapes (2D &3D).
3
. TRIGNOMETRY
Concept of angles, measurement of angles in degrees, grades and radians and their conversions.
Trignometrical ratios and their relations.
Review of ratios of some standard angles (0, 30,45,60,90 degrees),
Compound angles
, multiple angles, and sub

multiple angles
(2A, 3A, A/2) inverse circular functions
.
Height & Distances,
Simple problems.
4
. COORDINATE GEOMETRY
Cartesian coordinates (two dimensions), Distance between two points. Application of equation of straight
line
in various standard forms, intersection of two straight lines,
angle between two lines. Perpendicular distance formulae.
General equation of a circle and its characteristics. To find the equation of a circle given (i) Center and
radius (ii) Three points o
n it (iii) Coordinates of end points of a diameter.
Plotting of curves y = (f(x), f(x) being algebraic function of x.
Standard equation of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola (standard equations without proof), Concept of Polar
coordinates & their conversion
to Cartesian coordinates & vice versa,
5
. MATRICES
A brief idea of determinant of order three. Definition. Examples of expansion.
Matrix of order m x n, A
ddition, subtraction & multiplication of matrix.
6
.
VECTOR ALGEBRA
Addition, subtraction &
multiplications of vectors with applications
.
7. FUNCTIONS
Concept of
limit, continuity, derivatives (1st Order) interpretation as rate, tangent, etc.
Maxima, minima
8
. STATISTICS
F
requency tables, normal distribution; central tendencies
–
mean, median
, mode
Dispersion
–
range, Standard deviation, simple idea of probability
.
PART II: ENGINEERING DRAWING
FREE HAND SKETCH
Free hand sketch of
commonly used
Hand Tools
a
nd equipments.
SCALES
Scales
–
their need and importance
–
(Theoretical
instructions).
Drawing of plain and diagonal scales
; harder problems
ENGINEERING CURVES
Various types of curves like epicycloids, hypocycloid, Involutes
,
spiral
& Archimedes spiral
.
PROJECTIONS
Theory of projections (Elaborate theoretical instructions),
Reference planes, orthographic projections
concept 1st Angle and 3rd Angle, Projections of points, Projections of Lines
–
determination of true lengths &
inclinations.
Projections of plane, determin
ation of true shape.
Exercises on missing surfaces and views.
Orthographic drawing or interpretation of views.
Introduction to first angle projections of solids.
SECTIONS
Importance and salient features, Methods of representing sections, conventional
sections of various
materials, classification of sections, conventional in sectioning.
Drawing of full section, half section, partial or broken out sections, offset sections, revolved sections and
removed sections.
Drawing of different conventions for mate
rials in section, conventional breaks for shafts, pipes,
Rectangular, square angle, channel, rolled sections.
Exercises on sectional views of different objects.
ISOMETRIC VIEWS
Fundamentals of isometric projections (Theoretical Projections)
Isometric vie
ws from 2 to 3 given orthographic views.
Preparation of simple working drawing of Furniture items like table, stool and any job
prepared in the workshop.
FASTENERS
Sketches of elements of screw threads, Sketches of studs, cap screws machine screws, set sc
rews, Locking
devices, bolts,
Hexagonal & square nuts & nut bolt & washer assembly.
Sketches of plain spring lock, toothed lock, washers, cap nut, check nut, slotted nut, cassette
\
nut, sawn nut,
wing nut, eye blot, tee bolt & foundation bolt.
Sketches of
various types of rivet heads (snap
–
pan
–
conical
–
countersunk)
Sketches of keys (sunk, flat, saddle, gib head, woodruff)
Sketches of hole & shaft Assembly.
GRAPHS & CHARTS
Types (Bar, Pie, Percentage bar, Logarithmic), Preparation &
interpretation of the graphs and charts.
Detail drawing of the following with complete dimensioning, tolerances, material and
Surface
finish specifications
1.
Universal couplings
2.
Ball bearing and roller bearing.
3.
Fast and loose pulley.
4.
Stepped and V belt
pulley.
5.
Flanged Pipe joints, right angle bend.
6.
Tool Post of Lathe Machine.
7.
Tail Stock of Lathe Machine
8.
Hooks
.
9.
Spur gears with actual profile of involutes teeth.
10.
Conventional representation of bevel gear, worm and worm wheel.
Practice of blue print reading on
limit, size, fits, tolerance, machining symbols, and reading out of assembly
drawing etc.
, ISO Standards.
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING (CAD)
Making simple drawings using features of CAD and confirming the drafting
specifications.
Saving and retrieving drawings.
D
imensioning.
Lettering.
Plotted drawing.
List of
T
ools & Equipment
f
or a batch of
3
0 Trainees
Module :

Engineering Technology
Under
CITS
–
FITTER, TURNER, MACHINIST, MACHINIST (GRINDER), TOOL & DIE
MAKER AND MMTM
SL.NO
NAME OF THE TOOLS & EQUIPMENTS
QUANTITY
1
Drawing board size
–
D1
3
0
2
Drawing Instruments box
3
0
3
Mini drafter
2
0
4
PC with UPS 600 VA (latest), with tables and chairs
10
5
Plotter

A2 size
1
6
AutoCAD software(latest)
1
7
AutoCAD lab(A/C equipped)
8
Models

solid and cut section
As required
9
Table for trainees
2
0
10
Chair for trainees
2
0
11
Cupboard big
1
12
Laptop( latest) /PC with UPS 600 VA
1
13
Lecture stand (wooden)
1
14
Laser printer

A4 size
1
15
LCD
Projector
1
16
White board size 8
’
x 4
’
1
17
Training officer table
1
18
Training officer chair
1
1
9
Trainees locker with 8 compartment
4
20
White screen for LCD
1
21
Internet connection
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