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NSQF LEVEL- 6SECTOR- ELECTRONICS & HARDWAREGOVERNMENT OF INDIAMinistry of Skill Development & EntrepreneurshipDirectorate General of TrainingCENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTEEN-81, Sector-V, Salt Lake City, Kolkata – 700091

ELECTRONICS MECHANICAlso Applicable for – Technician Power Electronics System,Mechanic Consumer Electronic Appliances,Smartphone Technician Cum App Tester(Engineering Trade)SECTOR – Electronics & Hardware(Revised in 2019)Version 1.1CRAFT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHEME (CITS)NSQF LEVEL - 6Developed ByGovernment of IndiaMinistry of Skill Development and EntrepreneurshipDirectorate General of TrainingCENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTEEN-81, Sector-V, Salt Lake City,Kolkata – 700 091www.cstaricalcutta.gov.in

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)CONTENTSS No.TopicsPage No.1.Course Overview12.Training System23.General Information64.Job Role95.Learning Outcome136.Course Content157.Assessment Criteria368.Infrastructure44Annexure I – List of Trade Experts48

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)1. COURSE OVERVIEWThe Craft Instructor Training Scheme is operational since inception of the CraftsmenTraining Scheme. The first Craft Instructors’ Training Institute was established in 1948.Subsequently, 6 more institutes namely, Central Training Institute for Instructors (nowcalled as National Skill Training Institute (NSTI)), NSTI at Ludhiana, Kanpur, Howrah,Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad were established in 1960’s by DGT. Since then the CITScourse is successfully running in all the NSTIs across India as well as in DGT affiliatedinstitutes viz. Institutes for Training of Trainers (IToT). This is a competency based course ofone year duration. “Electronics Mechanic” CITS trade is applicable for Instructors of“Electronics Mechanic, Technician Power Electronics System, Mechanic Consumer ElectronicAppliances and Smartphone Technician Cum App Tester” Trades.The main objective of Craft Instructor training programme is to enable Instructorsexplore different aspects of the techniques in pedagogy and transferring of hands-on skillsso as to develop a pool of skilled manpower for industries, also leading to their careergrowth & benefiting society at large. Thus, promoting a holistic learning experience wheretrainee acquires specialized knowledge, skills & develops attitude towards learning &contributing in vocational training ecosystem.This course also enables the instructors to develop instructional skills for mentoringthe trainees, engaging all trainees in learning process and managing effective utilization ofresources. It emphasizes on the importance of collaborative learning & innovative ways ofdoing things. All trainees will be able to understand and interpret the course content in rightperspective, so that they are engaged in & empowered by their learning experiences andabove all, ensure quality delivery.1

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)2. TRAINING SYSTEM2.1 GENERALCITS courses are delivered in National Skill Training Institutes (NSTIs) & DGT affiliatedinstitutes viz., Institutes for Training of Trainers (IToT). For detailed guidelines regardingadmission on CITS, instructions issued by DGT from time to time are to be observed. Furthercomplete admission details are made available on NIMI web portalhttp://www.nimionlineadmission.in. The course is of one-year duration. It consists of TradeTechnology (Professional skills and Professional knowledge), Training Methodology andEngineering Technology / Soft skills. After successful completion of the training programme,the trainees appear in All India Trade Test for Craft Instructor. The successful trainee isawarded NCIC certificate by DGT.2.2 COURSE STRUCTURETable below depicts the distribution of training hours across various course elementsduring a period of one year:S No.1.2.3.Course ElementNotional Training HoursTrade TechnologyProfessional Skill (Trade Practical)Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)Engineering TechnologyWorkshop Calculation & ScienceEngineering DrawingTraining MethodologyTM PracticalTM TheoryTotal6402408012032020016002.3 PROGRESSION PATHWAYS Can join as a Technical Instructor in vocational training Institute/ technical Institute.Can join as a supervisor in Industries.2

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)2.4 ASSESSMENT & CERTIFICATIONThe CITS trainee will be assessed for his/her Instructional skills, knowledge and attitudetowards learning throughout the course span and also at the end of the training program.a) The Continuous Assessment (Internal) during the period of training will be done byFormative Assessment Method to test competency of instructor with respect to assessmentcriteria set against each learning outcomes. The training institute has to maintain anindividual trainee portfolio in line with assessment guidelines. The marks of internalassessment will be as per the formative assessment template provided onwww.bharatskills.gov.in.b) The Final Assessment will be in the form of Summative Assessment Method. The AllIndia Trade Test for awarding National Craft Instructor Certificate will be conducted by DGTas per the guidelines of DGT. The learning outcome and assessment criteria will be the basisfor setting question papers for final assessment. The external examiner during finalexamination will also check the individual trainee’s profile as detailed in assessmentguideline before giving marks for practical examination.2.4.1 PASS CRITERIAAllotment of Marks among the subjects for ologyTrade TheoryTradePracticalWorkshopCal. & Sc.EngineeringDrawingTM PracticalTrainingMethodology TM TheoryTotal MarksPass 200900360120The minimum pass percent for Trade Practical, TM practical Examinations andFormative assessment is 60% & for all other subjects is 40%. There will be no Grace marks.2.4.2 ASSESSMENT GUIDELINEAppropriate arrangements should be made to ensure that there will be no artificialbarriers to assessment. The nature of special needs should be taken into account while3

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)undertaking the assessment. While assessing, the major factors to be considered areapproaches to generate solutions to specific problems by involving standard/non-standardpractices.Due consideration should also be given while assessing for teamwork,avoidance/reduction of scrap/wastage and disposal of scrap/waste as per procedure,behavioral attitude, sensitivity to the environment and regularity in training. The sensitivitytowards OSHE and self-learning attitude are to be considered while assessing competency.Assessment will be evidence based comprising of the following: Demonstration of Instructional Skills (Lesson Plan, DemonstrationPlan)Record book/daily diaryAssessment SheetProgress chartVideo RecordingAttendance and punctualityViva-vocePractical work done/ModelsAssignmentsProject workEvidences and records of internal (Formative) assessments are to be preserved untilforthcoming examination for audit and verification by examining body. The followingmarking pattern to be adopted while assessing:Performance LevelEvidence(a) Weightage in the range of 60%-75% to be allotted during assessmentFor performance in this grade, the candidateshould be well versed with instructionaldesign, implement learning programme andassesslearnerswhichdemonstratesattainment of an acceptable standard ofcraftsinstructorshipwithoccasionalguidance and engage students bydemonstrating good attributes of a trainer. Demonstration of fairly good skill toestablish a rapport with audience,presentation in orderly manner andestablish as an expert in the field. Average engagement of students forlearning and achievement of goals whileundertaking the training on specifictopic. A fairly good level of competency inexpressing each concept in terms thestudent can relate, draw analogy andsummarize the entire lesson. Occasional support in impartingeffective training.(b) Weightage in the range of 75%-90% to be allotted during assessmentFor performance in this grade, the candidateshould be well versed with instructional4 Demonstration of good skill to establish

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)design, implement learning programme andassesslearnerswhichdemonstratesattainment of a reasonable standard of craftsinstructorship with little guidance andengage students by demonstrating goodattributes of a trainer.a rapport with audience, presentation inorderly manner and establish as anexpert in the field. Above average engagement of studentsfor learning and achievement of goalswhile undertaking the training onspecific topic. A good level of competency inexpressing each concept in terms thestudent can relate, draw analogy andsummarize the entire lesson. Little support in imparting effectivetraining.(c) Weightage in the range of more than 90% to be allotted during assessmentFor performance in this grade, the candidateshould be well versed with instructionaldesign, implement learning programme andassesslearnerswhichdemonstratesattainment of a high standard of craftsinstructorship with minimal or no supportand engage students by demonstrating goodattributes of a trainer.5 Demonstration of high skill level toestablish a rapport with audience,presentation in orderly manner andestablish as an expert in the field. Good engagement of students forlearning and achievement of goals whileundertaking the training on specifictopic. A high level of competency in expressingeach concept in terms the student canrelate, draw analogy and summarize theentire lesson. Minimal or no support in impartingeffective training.

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)3. GENERAL INFORMATIONName of the TradeELECTRONICS MECHANIC-CITSTrade CodeDGT/ 4006NCO – 20153114.0100, 3122.5600, 7421.0100, 7421.0300, 7421.0601, 7421.0701,7421.1402, 7421.0801, 7422.1300, 7421.9900, 7422.1200, 7422.2301,2356.0100NSQF LevelDuration of CraftInstructor TrainingLevel-6One YearUnit Strength (No. OfStudent)Entry Qualification25Minimum Age18 years as on first day of academic session.Space Norms120 Sq. mPower NormsDegree in appropriate branch of Electronics Engineering fromrecognized University.ORThree year Diploma in appropriate branch of Electronics Engineeringfrom recognized Board/ Institution.ORNational Trade Certificate in Electronics Mechanic or related trades.ORNational Apprenticeship Certificate in Electronics Mechanic or relatedtrades.8 KWInstructor’s Qualification for1. ElectronicsMechanic -CITS TradeB.Voc/Degree in appropriate branch of Electronics Engineering fromAICTE/UGC recognized University with two years experience in relevantfield.OR03 years Diploma in appropriate branch of Electronics Engineering fromAICTE/ recognized Board/ Institution or relevant Advanced Diploma(Vocational) from DGT with five years experience in relevant field.ORNTC/ NAC passed in the Electronics Mechanic with seven yearsexperience in relevant field.Essential Qualification:National Craft Instructor Certificate (NCIC) in Electronics Mechanictrade, in any of the variants under DGT.6

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)2. WorkshopCalculation & Science3. EngineeringDrawingB.Voc/Degree in any Engineering from AICTE/ UGC recognizedEngineering College/ university with two years experience in relevantfield.OR03 years Diploma in Engineering from AICTE /recognized board oftechnical education or relevant Advanced Diploma (Vocational) fromDGT with five years’ experience in the relevant field.ORNTC/ NAC in any Engineering trade with seven years experience inrelevant field.Essential Qualification:National Craft Instructor Certificate (NCIC) in relevant tradeORNCIC in RoDA or any of its variants under DGTB.Voc/Degree in Engineering from AICTE/ UGC recognized EngineeringCollege/ university with two years experience in relevant field.OR03 years Diploma in Engineering from AICTE /recognized board oftechnical education or relevant Advanced Diploma (Vocational) fromDGT with five years’ experience in the relevant field.ORNTC/ NAC in any one of the ‘Electrical group (Gr-II) trades categorizedunder Engg. Drawing’/ D’man Mechanical / D’man Civil’ with sevenyears experience.Essential Qualification:National Craft Instructor Certificate (NCIC) in relevant tradeORNCIC in RoDA / D’man (Mech /civil) or any of its variants under DGT.4. TrainingMethodologyB.Voc/Degree in any discipline from AICTE/ UGC recognized College/university with two years experience in training/ teaching field.ORDiploma in any discipline from recognized board / University with fiveyears experience in training/teaching field.ORNTC/ NAC passed in any trade with seven years experience in training/teaching field.Essential Qualification:National Craft Instructor Certificate (NCIC) in any of the variants underDGT / B.Ed /ToT from NITTTR or equivalent.5. Minimum Age forInstructor’s21 Years7

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)Distribution of training on Hourly basis: (Indicative only)Total Hrs /weekTradePracticalTradeTheoryWorkshopCal. & Sc.Engg.DrawingTMPracticalTMTheory40 Hours16 Hours6Hours2 Hours3 Hours8 Hours5 Hours8

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)4. JOB ROLEBrief description of job roles:Manual Training Teacher/Craft Instructor; instructs students in ITIs/Vocational TrainingInstitutes in respective trades as per defined job role. Imparts theoretical instructions forthe use of tools & equipments of related trades and related subjects. Demonstrate processand operations related to the trade in the workshop; supervises, assesses and evaluatesstudents in their practical work. Ensures availability & proper functioning of equipment andtools in stores.Electronic, Technician; applies electronic theory, principles of electrical circuits, electricaltesting procedures, engineering mathematics, physics and related subjects to layout, build, test;,troubleshoot, repair and modify developmental and production electronic equipment such ascomputers, missile control instrumentation and machine tool numerical controls. Drawssketches to clarify design details and functional criteria of electronic units. Assemblesexperimental circuitry (bread board) or complete prototype model according to engineeringinstructions, technical manuals and knowledge of electronic systems and components and theirfunctions. Recommends changes in circuitry or installation specifications to simplify assemblyand maintenance. Sets up standard test apparatus or contrives test equipment and circuit, andconducts functional, operational and environmental and life tests to evaluate performance andreliability of prototype or production model. Analyses and interprets test data. Adjusts,calibrates, aligns and modifies circuit and components and records effects on unit performance.Writes technical reports and develops charts, graphs and schematics to describe and illustratesystems operating characteristics, malfunctions, deviations from design specifications andfunctional limitations for consideration by professional engineering personnel in broaderdeterminations affecting systems design and laboratory procedures. May operate bench lathes,drills and other machine tools to fabricate non-procurable items, such as coils, terminal boardsand chassis. May check out newly installed equipment in airplanes, ships and structure toevaluate system performance under actual operating conditions. May instruct and superviselower grade technical personnel.Supervisor and Foreman Electrical and Electronic Equipment; supervises fittings assembling,installing and repairing of electrical and electronic equipment, motors, generators etc., andensures stipulated performance. Studies drawings and wiring diagrams and explains details toworkers. Checks connection, quality and thickness of wire, resistance, condensers, valves, coils,etc., gets defective parts or components replaced and ensures conformity with prescribedspecifications. Guides workers in fitting, assembling and installing electrical and electronicequipment including electrical motors and generators and assists them where necessary, to testand remove snags. Tests completed unit for electrical circuit, flow of current, resistance,frequency, earthing, etc. gets defects removed and ensures stipulated performance. May usesubstitute parts or change wiring system, if authorised. May specialize in electrical or electronicequipment and be designated accordingly. Individuals at this job are responsible for providing9

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)support to production operations through maintenance of process control systems installedat shop floor for various manufacturing processes.Electronics Fitter, General; fits, assembles and repairs various kinds of electronic equipmentin factory or workshop or at place of use. Examines drawings and wiring diagrams; checksparts for accuracy of fit and minor adjustments; assembles parts or mounts them on chassisor panels with aid of hand tools; installs and connects wiring, soldering joints equipment,diagnoses faults with aid of electronic testing equipment; dismantles equipment if requiredand replaces faulty parts or wiring. Electronics Fitter, other include all other workersengaged in fitting, assembling, repairing and maintaining electronic equipment, machinery,appliances, etc., not elsewhere classified.Electronics Mechanic; Electronic Equipment Mechanic repairs electronic equipment, such ascomputers, industrial controls, radar systems, transmitters and tele-metering controlsystems following blueprints and manufacturer's specifications and using hand tools andtest instruments. Tests faulty equipment and applies knowledge of functional operation ofelectronic units and systems to diagnose cause of malfunction. Tests electronic componentsand circuits to locate defects, using instruments, such as oscilloscopes, signal generators,ammeters and voltmeters. Replaces defective components and wiring and adjustsmechanical parts, using hand tools and soldering iron. Aligns, adjusts and calibrates testinginstruments. Maintains records of repairs, calibrations and test. May install equipment inindustrial or military establishments and in aircraft.Field Technician, Washing Machine; is also, called ‘Washing machine Repair Technician’,this job is about providing after sales service to customers. The individual at work installsthe washing machine, interacts with customers to diagnose the problem and assessespossible causes of fault reported. Once the problem and causes have been identified, theindividual rectifies minor problems or replaces faulty modules for failed parts orrecommends factory repairs for bigger faults.Field Technician, Other Home Appliances; is also called, ‘Home Appliance RepairTechnician’, this is an after sales service job for installing and providing support to the waterpurifier, mixer/grinder buyers. The individual at work installs the appliance and interactswith customers to diagnose the problem and possible causes. Once the problem and causeshave been identified, the individual rectifies minor problems or replaces faulty modules forfailed parts or recommends factory repairs for bigger faults.Solar PV System Installation Engineer; is responsible for designing and installing the solarphotovoltaic system at the customer’s premises to meeting their power requirement. Theindividual at work evaluates the installation site, designs the installation, plans and arrangesfor materials, and ensures smooth installation process. The individual also supervises theinstallation technicians’ work.10

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)Field Technician: UPS and Inverter; is also called, ‘UPS repair Technician’, this is an aftersales service job for installing and providing support to customers of different types of UPSand inverters. The individual at work installs the newly purchased UPS or inverter. Theindividual also and interacts with customers to diagnose problems in them, assessespossible causes, rectifies faults or replaces faulty modules or recommends factory repairsfor bigger faults.Television Service and Repairman; repairs and adjusts radios and television receivers, usinghand tools and electronic testing instruments. Tunes receiver on all channels and observesaudio and video characteristics to locate source of trouble. Adjusts controls to obtaindesired density, linearity, focus and size of picture. Examines chassis for defects. Testsvoltages and resistance of circuits to isolate defect following schematic diagram and usingvoltmeter, oscilloscope, signal generator and other electronic testing instruments. Tests andchanges tubes, solders loose connections and repairs or replaces defective parts, using handtools and soldering iron. Repair radios and other audio equipment. May install televisionsets.Electronic Mechanics and Servicers, other; include all other workers engaged in installing,servicing and repairing radios and television sets and other audio equipment, not elsewhereclassified.Cable Television Installer; installs cable television cables and equipment on customer'spremises, using electrician's tools and test equipment: Measures television signal strengthat utility pole, using electronic test equipment. Computes impedance of wire from pole tohouse to determine additional resistance needed for reducing signal to desired level. Installsterminal boxes and strings lead-in wires, using electrician's tools. Connects television set tocable system and evaluates incoming signal. Adjusts and repairs cable system to ensureoptimum reception. May collect installation fees and explain cable service operation tosubscriber. May communicate with SUPERVISOR, using two-way radio or telephone, toreceive instructions or technical advice and to report problems to be repaired. May reportunauthorized use of cable system to SUPERVISOR. May clean and maintain tools, testequipment.Smartphone Technician cum App Tester; diagnoses problems and repairs the faulty moduleof smartphone. The individual at work is responsible for rectifying faults in the smartphonebrought in by the customer. The individual receives the faulty smartphones, diagnoses theproblems, performs front end or hardware level testing& replacement as required, resolvessoftware issues and ensures effective functioning before delivering back to customer. Theindividual at work is responsible for mobile app testing to verify functionality of mobileapplications on Android/iOS platform, perform mobile app security to find out and fixmobile app security flaws, ensures prevention of malware and troubleshoot mobileapplication performance.11

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)The individual may also work for the following job roles in the field of smartphone, Tabletcomputer and testing: Mobile application tester Mobile software platform Architect Mobile phone system engineer Tab repairing technicianReference NCO 2015:a)b)c)d)e)f)g)h)i)j)k)l)m)2356.0100 - Manual Training Teacher/Craft Instructor3114.0100 - Electronic, Technician3122.5600 - Supervisor and Foreman Electrical and Electronic Equipment7421.0100 - Electronics Fitter, General7421.0300 - Electronics Mechanic7421.0601 - Field Technician, Washing Machine - ELE/Q31037421.0701 - Field Technician, Other Home Appliances - ELE/Q31047421.1402 - Solar PV System Installation Engineer - ELE/Q59027421.0801 - Field Technician: UPS and Inverter - ELE/Q72017422.1300 - Television Service and Repairman repairs7421.9900 - Electronic Mechanics and Servicers, other7422.1200 - Cable Television Installer7422.2301-Smartphone Repair Technician - ELE/Q810412

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)5. LEARNING OUTCOMELearning outcomes are a reflection of total competencies of a trainee andassessment will be carried out as per the assessment criteria.5.1 TRADE TECHNOLOGY1. Explain Quality Management tools- 5S, 7QC etc. & ensure compliance of safetypractices and Handling of Hand tools, special tools and maintenance of them.2. Assemble, test and troubleshoot various analog and digital circuits; Simulate &analyze circuits using electronic simulator software.3. Test, service and troubleshoot various components of different domestic/industrial programmable systems.4. Execute the operation of different process sensors; Demonstrate, wire & testvarious sensors of different industrial processes by selecting appropriate testinstruments.5. Detect the faults and troubleshoot SMPS, UPS and inverter.6. Test different SMD discrete components and IC packages with due care andrework on PCB after checking defects from SMD soldering and de-soldering.7. Test and Interface LCD, LED, DPM panels to various circuits and evaluateperformance; Check various parts of LED lights and stacks and troubleshoot.8. Install a solar panel, execute testing and evaluate performance by connecting thepanel to the inverter.9. Plan and Prepare fibre optic setup and execute transmission and reception.10. Assemble different parts and operate various controls, troubleshoot and replacemodules of the LCD/LED/Smart TV and its remote.11. Check Installation of a DTH system by proper selection of site, assemble differentparts and operate various controls.12. Monitor and check dismantling of various parts and interface of a cell phone to aPC; Estimate and troubleshoot.13. Set and test network connections, check SD Card Interactions, mobile App settingson different platforms.14. Assemble and disassemble various smart phones; Demonstrate different types ofICs and perform basic editing in different apps, OS installation, reboot procedure,password creation and defect identification in smart phones; Replace faultycomponents and perform testing.15. Plan and setup a CCTV system and configure the system for surveillance function.16. Demonstrate operation of various control play switches, troubleshoot and replacefaulty boards of a home theatre and its remote.17. Demonstrate dismantling control circuits, sensors of various domestic appliances;Estimate and troubleshoot.13

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)18. Execute the operation of different indication on PLC modules, wire different fielddevices of PLC, configure the system, perform suitable functions, test and controlthe electro pneumatic actuators using various pneumatic valves.19. Assemble, test and troubleshoot single phase & 3-phase controlled anduncontrolled rectifier using SCR.20. Perform speed control of DC machine and single phase and 3-phase AC machinesand check the performance of AC & DC drive to control the speed.21. Perform speed control of servo motors and test different industrial processcircuits by selecting the suitable function.14

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)6. COURSE CONTENTSYLLABUS FOR ELECTRONICS MECHANIC -CITS TRADETRADE TECHNOLOGYDurationPractical16 HrsTheory06 HrsPractical64HrsTheory24HrsReference LearningOutcomeProfessional Skills(Trade Practical)ExplainQuality 1. Practice 5s techniques in theManagementtoolsElectronics Mechanic work5S, 7QC etc. & ensureshop.compliance of safety 2. Precautions to be observedpractices and Handlingwhile working in the workof Hand tools, specialshop an.tools and maintenance 3. Handling & maintenance ofof them.hand tools, special tools,equipments& machineries.4. Maintenance of workshopequipmentsintheworkshop.Assemble, test and Basic Gatestroubleshoot various 5. Demonstrate different Logicanalog and digitalGates (AND, OR, NAND,circuits; Simulate &NOR, EX-OR, EX-NOR, NOTanalyze circuits usingICs) by the number printedelectronicsimulatoron them.software.6. Verify the truth tables of allLogic Gate ICs by connectingswitches and LEDs.7. Construct and verify thetruth table of all the gatesusing NAND and NOR gates.8. Use digital IC tester to testthe various digital ICs (TTLProfessional Knowledge(Trade Theory)Admission, introduction, facilityavailable in the institute.Importance of safety, safetyprecautions& first aid.Concept of 5S & 7QC tools, timemanagement as employed forquality circle.Importance ofhealthy environment.Application and safety to beobserved while handling handtools, special tools, nce of vehicles/engines.Safely handling of hazardousmaterials.Introduction to Digital Electronics.Difference between analog anddigital signals.Logicfamiliesandtheircomparison, logic levels of TTLand CMOS.Number systems (Decimal, binary,octal, Hexadecimal).BCD code, ASCII code and codeconversions.Various Logic Gates and theirtruth tables.and CMOS).Combinational Circuits9. Construct Half Adder circuit Combinational logic circuits such15

ELECTRONICS MECHANIC (CITS)using ICs and verify thetruth table. Construct Fulladder with two Half addercircuit using ICs and verifythe truth table.10. Construct the adder cumsubtractor circuit and verifythe result.11. Construct and Test a 2 to 4Decoder.12. Construct and Test a 4 to 2Encoder.13. Construct and Test a 4 to 1Multiplexer.14. Construct and Test a 1 to 4De Multiplexer.Flip Flops15. Demonstrate different FlipFlop (ICs) by the numberprinted on them.16. Construct and test four bitlatch using 7475.17. Construct and test R-S flipflop using IC7400 with clockand without clock pulse.18. Verify the truth tables ofFlip-Flop ICs (RS, D, T, JK,MSJK)byconnectingas Half Adder, Full adder, ParallelBinary adders, 2-bit and four bitfull adders.Magnitude comparators.Half adder, full adder ICs and theirapplications for implementingarithmetic operations.Concept of encoder and decoder.Basic Binary Decoder and four bitbinary decoders.Need for multiplexing of data.1:4 line Multiplexer / Demultiplexer.Introduction to Flip-Flop.S-R Latch, Gated S-R Latch, DLatch.Flip-Flop: Basic RS Flip Flop, edgetriggered D Flip Flop, JK Flip Flop,T Flip Flop.Master-Slave flip flops and Timingdiagrams.Basic flip flop applications likedata storage, data transfer andfrequency division.switches and LEDs.Counter & shift Registers19. Construct and test a four bitasynchronousbinarycounter using 749320. Construct and test 7493 as amodulus-12 counter.21. Construct and test a four bitSynchrono

institutes viz. Institutes for Training of Trainers (IToT). This is a competency based course of one year duration. “Electronics Mechanic” ITS trade is applicable for Instructors of “Electronics Mechanic, Technician Power Electronics System, Mechanic Consumer Electronic Appliances and Smartphone Technician um App Tester” Trades.

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