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Electronics MechanicELECTRONICS MECHANIC(Revised in 2017)Version: 2017.1CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)NSQF LEVEL - 5Developed ByMinistry of Skill Development and EntrepreneurshipDirectorate General of TrainingCENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTEEN-81, Sector-V, Salt Lake City,Kolkata – 700 091

Electronics MechanicACKNOWLEDGEMENTThe DGT sincerely acknowledges contributions of the Industries, StateDirectorates, Trade Experts, Domain Experts and all others who contributed inrevising the curriculum. Special acknowledgement is extended by DGT to thefollowing expert members who had contributed immensely in this curriculum.List of Expert Members participated for finalizing the course curricula of Electronics Mechanictrade held on 13.01.2017 at CSTARI, KolkataSl.Name & PANKAR MALLICK,DGT, MSDE, New DelhiChairmanDDG (Trg.)2.H. V. SAMVATSAR,CSTARI, KolkataMemberDirectorSANJAY KUMARCSTARI, .Joint Director of Trg.L. K. MUKHERJEEDy. Director of Trg.R. N. BADYOPADHYAYAChairmanP. K. BISWASSr. DGMP. C. BHANDARITechnical AdvisorAMALENDU JANAManagerVIVEK KR. SINGHSC-D & DDOK. RAVIKUMARDGMK. C. DUTTASr. SuperintendentSUMANTA MODAK,General Manager (Works)D. W. PATNE,Secretary/PrincipalUPENDRA KUMAR MALLICKDy. DirectorR. K. JHADy. Director of Trg.N. R. PATTANAIKPrincipalVIVEK CHAUDHARICSTARI, KolkataMemberBoard of Studies & Skill,WBSCT&VE&SDBHEL – PSER, Salt Lake, Sec – IIMemberJ K Cement Ltd.KanpurTATA Communication Pvt. Ltd.Ultadanga, KolkataSAMEER Kolkata CentrePlot – L2, Block –GP, Sec-V,Kolkata-91AAI, Netaji Subhash Chandra BoseInternational AirportAAI, Netaji Subhash Chandra BoseInternational AirportEVEREADY Industries Pvt. Ltd.(Representative of CII)Association of Non Govt. ITI,MaharastraDTE&T, OdishaMemberFTI, JamshedpurMemberGovt. ITI Balasore, OdishaMemberUjjwal ITI Nashirabad, berMember

Electronics Mechanic18. JOSE PADAMATTAMPrincipalNIRMALYA NATHAsst. Director of Trg.Brindaban DasAsst. Director of Trg.RANADIP MITRAManager (HRD)JOYDEEP PAL MAJUMDERAsst. Work ManagerPRABHAT SAMIR PALJr. ManagerSATYABADI SATAPATHYTraining Officer25.P. K. BAIRAGITraining Officer26.B. K. NIGAMTraining OfficerRUPA MALLIKInstructorDEBLINA ROYInstructor27.28.29.H. B. KOSHTI,Craft InstructorJalgoan, MaharastraDon Bosco Technical Institute,Park CircusCSTARI, KolkataMemberMemberCSTARI, KolkataMemberGRSE Ltd., KolkataMemberRifle Factory, Ishapore, Ministry ofDefence, Govt. India, WBGRSE Ltd., KolkataMemberHAL – Koraput Division, Koraput,OdishaCSTARI, KolkataMemberCSTARI, KolkataMemberGovt. ITI Gariahat, Kolkata – 19MemberDon Bosco Technical Institute,Park CircusGovt. ITI Byculla, Mumbai 400011MemberMemberMemberMemberMEMBERS OF SECTOR MENTOR COUNCILSl.No.1Name & DesignationSh/Mr./Ms.M.R.K Naidu, Head (CR&D)OrganizationECIL, HyderabadMentor CouncilDesignationChairman2Pradeep Doshi , SVPESSCI, NewDelhiMember3T. Venkataswamy, Assit. Engg.BHEL, HyderabadMember4A Prasanna Lakshmi, FacultyBHEL, HyderabadMember5T. Venkateswara Sharma, Sr. Officer HRBEL, HyderabadMember6P. Chandrashekhar, MDTechno Design Group,HyderabadMember

Electronics Mechanic7S.CH. Appa rao, Managers(operations)BEL, HyderabadMember8T. Ram Mohan Rao, Sr.ManagerBDL, HyderabadMember9B Udaya Bhaskar Rao, DGM ElectronicsBDL, HyderabadMember10M Manoharan, MDAutomation Solutions,HyderabadMember11S K Sastry, MDEPROSYS, HyderabadMember12KBR Siva PrasadHAL, HyderabadMemberDGET, MOLE, NewDelhiMentorMentor1.R.L Singh, DDG(T)Members of Core Group2.C.S Murthy, DDTATI-EPI, HyderabadTEAM LEADER3.C.H Ravi , DDTATI-EPI, MumbaiMember4.L K Mukherjee, DDTCSTARI, KolkataMember5.N.R Aravindan JDTNIMI, ChennaiMember6.C. Ramasubramanian, DDTAHI, BangaloreMember7.H.C Goyal, DDTATI-EPI, DehradunMember8.Avinash Kishore, ADTDGET, MOLE, NewDelhiMember9.R. Malathi, TORVTI(W), BangaloreMember10.D K Ojha, DDTATI-EPI, DehradunMember11.DM Basha, TOATI, MumbaiMember12.Ashwini Koli, JTARVTI (W), BangaloreMember13.H N Bargal, TOITI, MumbaiMember14.R S Nemade, TOITI, MumbaiMember15.Z A Gadyal, JTOITI, BelgaumMember16.M V Pillai, GIITI, ThaneMember

Electronics csCourse InformationTraining SystemJob roles: reference NCONSQF Level ComplianceGeneral informationLearning /Assessable outcomeLearning/Assessable outcome with assessment criteriaTrade SyllabusSyllabus - Core Skill9.1 Workshop Calculation Science& Engineering Drawing9.2 Employability skillAnnexure-IList of Trade Tools & EquipmentList of Tools & Equipments for Employability SkillAnnexure-II- Format for Internal AssessmentPage 576

Electronics Mechanic1. COURSE INFORMATIONDuring the two years duration of Electronics Mechanic trade a candidate istrained on professional skill, professional knowledge, Engineering Drawing, WorkshopCalculation & Science and Employability skill. In addition to this a candidate is entrustedto undertake project work and extracurricular activities to build up confidence. Thebroad components covered related to the trade are categorized in four semester of sixmonths duration each. The semester wise course coverage is categorized as below:1st Semester – In this semester the trainee learns about safety and environment, use offire extinguishers, artificial respiratory resuscitation to begin with. He gets the idea oftrade tools & its standardization, Familiarize with basics of electricity, test the cable andmeasure the electrical parameter. Skilling practice on different types & combination ofcells for operation and maintenance of batteries being done. Identify and test passiveand active electronic components. Construct and test unregulated and regulatedpower supplies. Practice soldering and de-soldering of various types of electrical andelectronic components on through hole PCBs. Assemble a computer system, install OS,Practice with MS office. Use the internet, browse, create mail IDs, download desireddata from internet using search engines.2nd Semester – In this semester the candidate will be able to construct and testamplifier, oscillator and wave shaping circuits. Testing of power electronic components.Construct and test power control circuits. Identify and test opto electronic devices.Able to achieve the skill on SMD Soldering and De-soldering of discrete SMDcomponents. Verifying the truth tables of various digital ICs by referring Data book.Practice circuit simulation software to simulate and test various circuits. Identifyvarious types of LEDs, LED displays and interface them to a digital counter and test.Construct and test various circuits using linear ICs 741 & 555.3rd Semester – In this semester the trainee will be able to operate DSO and performvarious functions. Gaining the skill by practicing SMD Soldering and De-soldering ofvarious types of IC Packages. Able to identify the defects and do rework of PCB.Construct and test simple electrical control circuits and various electrical protectivedevices. Identify, prepare, terminate and test various types of electronic cables used invarious electronic systems. Identify various functional blocks and I/O Ports of a 8051microcontroller system, Familiarize with the instruction set of 8051 micro controller.1

Electronics MechanicInterface a model application with the Microcontroller kit and run the application.Construct and test various modulation/demodulation circuits. The trainee will identifyand test various types of sensors used in electronic industries and construct and testcircuits using various sensors system. They can construct and test analog and digital ICbased application circuits as a part of project work.4th Semester – In this semester the trainee will work with DPM Modules to measurevarious electrical parameter, Also interface the LCD modules to display a word. Theywill also skilled with various modulation techniques to acquaint with fibre opticcommunication techniques by using trainer kit. Identify various functional blocks/majorcomponents/ICs in the given stabilizer, rectify the faults. Identify various Input andoutput sockets/connectors of the given SMPS and UPS. Install and troubleshoot thegiven solar panel system. Dismantle and assemble various types of cell / smart phonesand trouble shoot the cell/smart phone. Dismantle and assemble the given LED lightstack. Design a LED light for the given ratings. Assemble decorative lighting system(serial lights) using LED strips. Dismantle, assemble, trouble shoot and rectify LED andLCD TV sets.2

Electronics Mechanic2. TRAINING SYSTEM2.1 GENERALDirectorate General of Training (DGT) under Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurshipoffers range of vocational training courses catering to the need of different sectors of economy/Labour market. The vocational training programmes are delivered under aegis of National Council ofVocational Training (NCVT). Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS) and Apprenticeship Training Scheme(ATS) are two pioneer programmes of NCVT for propagating vocational training.Electronic Mechanic trade under CTS is one of the most popular courses delivered nationwidethrough network of ITIs. The course is of two years (04 semester) duration. It mainly consists ofDomain area and Core area. In the Domain area Trade Theory & Practical impart professional skillsand knowledge, while Core area Workshop Calculation and science, Engineering Drawing andEmployability Skills imparts requisite core skill & knowledge and life skills. After passing out thetraining programme, the trainee is being awarded National Trade Certificate (NTC) by NCVT havingworldwide recognition.Candidates need broadly to demonstrate that they are able to: Read & interpret technical parameters/documentation, plan and organize work processes,identify necessary materials and tools;Perform task with due consideration to safety rules, accident prevention regulations andenvironmental protection stipulations;Apply professional knowledge, core skills & employability skills while performing the job andrepair & maintenance work.Check the job with circuit diagrams/components as per drawing for functioning, diagnose andrectify faults in the electronics components/module.Document the technical parameters in tabulation sheet related to the task undertaken.2.2 CAREER PROGRESSION PATHWAYS: Can appear in 10 2 examination through National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) foracquiring higher secondary certificate and can go further for General/ Technical education.Can take admission in diploma course in notified branches of Engineering by lateral entry.Can join Apprenticeship programme in different types of industries leading to NationalApprenticeship certificate (NAC).Can join Crafts Instructor Training Scheme (CITS) in the trade for becoming instructor in ITIs.3

Electronics Mechanic2.3 COURSE STRUCTURE:Table below depicts the distribution of training hours across various course elements during aperiod of two years (04 semesters): Sl. No.12345678Course ElementProfessional Skill (Trade Practical)Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)Workshop Calculation & ScienceEngineering DrawingEmployability SkillsLibrary & Extracurricular activitiesProject workRevision & ExaminationTotalNotional Training Hours218450416825211014232048041602.4 ASSESSMENT & CERTIFICATION:The trainee will be tested for his skill, knowledge and attitude during the period of course andat the end of the training programme as notified by Govt of India from time to time. The Employabilityskills will be covered and tested in first two semesters only.a) The Internal assessment during the period of training will be done by Formative assessmentmethod by testing for assessment criteria listed against learning outcomes. The training institute haveto maintain individual trainee portfolio as detailed in assessment guideline. The marks of internalassessment will be as per the template (Annexure – II).b) The final assessment will be in the form of summative assessment method. The All India trade Testfor awarding NTC will be conducted by NCVT as per guideline of Govt of India. The pattern andmarking structure is being notified by govt of India from time to time. The learning outcome andassessment criteria will be basis for setting question papers for final assessment. The examinerduring final examination will also check individual trainee’s profile as detailed in assessmentguideline before giving marks for practical examination.2.4.1 Pass regulationThe minimum pass percent for Practical is 60% & minimum pass percent for Theory subjects40%. For the purposes of determining the overall result, 25% weightage is applied to the result ofeach semester examination.4

Electronics Mechanic2.4.2 ASSESSMENT GUIDELINE:Appropriate arrangements should be made to ensure that there will be no artificial barriers toassessment. The nature of special needs should be taken into account while undertaking assessment.Due consideration to be given while assessing for team work, avoidance/reduction of scrap/wastageand disposal of scarp/wastage as per procedure, behavioral attitude, sensitive to environment andregularity in training. The sensitivity towards OSHE and self-learning attitude to be considered whileassessing competency.Assessment will be evidence based comprising the following: Job carried out in labs/workshopRecord book/ daily diaryAnswer sheet of assessmentViva-voceProgress chartAttendance and punctualityAssignmentProject workEvidence of internal assessment to be preserved until forthcoming semester examination foraudit and verification by examination body. The following marking pattern to be adopted whileassessing:Performance LevelEvidence(a) Weightage in the range of 60 -75% to be allotted during assessmentFor performance in this grade, thecandidate with occasional guidance andshowing due regard for safety proceduresand practices, has produced work whichdemonstrates attainment of an acceptablestandard of craftsmanship. Demonstration of good skill in the use ofhand tools, machine tools and workshopequipment Below 70% tolerance dimension achievedwhile undertaking different work withthose demanded by the component/job. A fairly good level of neatness andconsistency in the finish Occasional support in completing theproject/job.(b) Weightage in the range of above75% - 90% to be allotted during assessmentFor this grade, the candidate, with littleguidance and showing due regard forsafety procedures and practices, hasproduced work which demonstrates Good skill levels in the use of hand tools,machine tools and workshop equipment 70-80% tolerance dimension achievedwhile undertaking different work with5

Electronics Mechanicattainment of a reasonable standard ofcraftsmanship.those demanded by the component/job. A good level of neatness and consistency inthe finish Little support in completing the project/job(c) Weightage in the range of above 90% to be allotted during assessmentFor performance in this grade, thecandidate, with minimal or no support inorganization and execution and with dueregard for safety procedures and practices,has produced work which demonstratesattainment of a high standard ofcraftsmanship. High skill levels in the use of hand tools,machine tools and workshop equipment Above 80% tolerance dimension achievedwhile undertaking different work withthose demanded by the component/job. A high level of neatness and consistency inthe finish. Minimal or no support in completing theproject.6

Electronics Mechanic3. JOB ROLEBrief description of job roles:Electronics Fitter, General fits, assembles and repairs various kinds of electronic equipment in factoryor workshop or at place of use. Examines drawings and wiring diagrams; checks parts for accuracy offit and minor adjustments; assembles parts or mounts them on chassis or panels with aid of handtools; installs and connects wiring, soldering joints equipment, diagnoses faults with aid of electronictesting equipment; dismantles equipment if required and replaces faulty parts or wiring.Electronics Fitter, other include all other workers engaged in fitting, assembling, repairing andmaintaining electronic equipment, machinery, appliances, etc., not elsewhere classified.Electronics Mechanic; Electronic Equipment Mechanic repairs electronic equipment, such ascomputers, industrial controls, transmitters, and telemetering control systems following blueprintsand manufacturer's specifications and using hand tools and test instruments. Tests faulty equipmentand applies knowledge of functional operation of electronic units and systems to diagnose cause ofmalfunction. Tests electronic components and circuits to locate defects, using instruments, such asoscilloscopes, signal generators, ammeters and voltmeters. Replaces defective components andwiring and adjusts mechanical parts, using hand tools and soldering iron. Aligns, adjusts and calibratestesting instruments. Maintains records of repairs, calibrations and test.Radio Technician (Radio Manufacturing) tests assembled radio sets with testing equipment to ensurethat assembly soldering, frequency, performance, etc. are in accordance with prescribedstandards. Places assembled radio set in position and visually examines it to ensure that position ofcomponents, connections, soldering, wiring, etc. are in order. Switches on and operates differentknobs to check calibration, audibility and general performance of set by varying its tone and listeningto various stations and frequencies. Tightens loose nuts and screws, locates faults, replaces defectivecomponents and conducts necessary changes. Approves correctly assembled sets for furtherprocessing and rejects defective ones for rectification. May tests sets at different stages of assembly.May service, repair and overhaul radio sets.Solar Panel Installation Technician is also known as ‘Panel Installer’, the Solar Panel InstallationTechnician is responsible for installing solar panels at the customers’ premises. The individual at workchecks the installation site, understands the layout requirement as per design, assesses precautionarymeasures to be taken, installs the solar panel as per customer’s requirement and ensures effectivefunctioning of the system post installation.Optical fibre technician is responsible for maintaining uptime and quality of the network segment(both optical media and equipment) assigned to him by undertaking periodic preventive maintenanceactivities and ensuring effective fault management in case of fault occurrence. He is also required tocoordinate activities for installation and commissioning of Optical Fibre Cable (OF) as per the routeplan.7

Electronics MechanicField Technician: UPS and Inverter is also called, ‘UPS repair Technician’, this is an after sales servicejob for installing and providing support to customers of different types of UPS and inverters. Theindividual at work installs the newly purchased UPS or inverter. The individual also and interacts withcustomers to diagnose problems in them, assesses possible causes, rectifies faults or replaces faultymodules or recommends factory repairs for bigger faults as per the route plan. Installation, service,repair and overhaul radio sets service centre. May install television sets.Television Installation Man installs and adjusts television receivers and antennas, using hand tools.Selects antenna according to type of set and location of transmitting station. Bolts cross arms anddipole elements in position to assemble antenna. Secures antenna in place with bracket and guywires, observing insurance codes and local ordi

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