Don Bosco Certified

Don Bosco Certified

Names of the Trade No. of Units Shifts Running (I/II/III) Seating Capacity per unit
Autotronics Technician 1 I 20
CNC Programming & Operating 1 I 15
Draughtsman Mechanical & CAD 1 I 5
Domestic Wireman 1 I 10
Electronics Mechanic 1 I 5
Fitter 1 I 5
Machinist 1 I 5

 

Autotronic Technician

After successful completion of the above course, the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence.

  1. Installs, repairs replaces and overhauls wiring, starters, generators, distributors and other electrical equipment of motor vehicles.
  2. Examines vehicle battery, checks voltage and specific gravity using special equipment such as voltmeter hydrometer, heavy discharge tester, etc. and ensures that battery is in good condition.
  3. Checks vehicle wiring, locates faults and rectifies defects by replacing damaged wire or connecting ends with insulation tape.
  4. Starts engine to check whether alternator is charging correctly, and if distributor, condenser coil and cut out are functioning properly.
  5. Estimates nature of defects and reports components to be replaced or repaired.
  6. Dismantles and repairs electrical units and components such s generator, distributor etc. where required.
  7. Replaces repaired kit or unit in vehicle and connects it with battery.
  8. Conducts thorough examination of various electrical fittings such as lights, panel indicators, fuel pumps, etc and rectifies defects.
  9. Checks condition and makes necessary adjustments. May do armature winding. May drive vehicles on road. May charge batteries.
  10. Fits, assembles and repairs various kinds of electronic equipment in factory or workshop or at place of use.
  11. Examines drawings and wiring diagrams; checks parts for accuracy of fit and minor adjustments; assembles parts or mounts them on chassis or panels with aid of hand tools; Installs and connects wiring, soldering joints equipment, diagnoses faults with aid of electronic testing equipment;
  12. Dismantles equipment if required and replaces faulty parts or wiring

Training Stand: Functional Model – Sensors/ Actuators, CAN BUS System, Locktronics CAN BUS System (Basic CAN BUS System Learning), Dual Zone Climatronic Control

  1. Working with maintenance plans, circuit diagrams, circuit diagrams, terminal designations, cables, cable connections
  2. Documenting work results and evaluating by comparing with calculated sizes
  3. Document, analyze and evaluate the measured values, signals and error logs
  4. Take advantage of the possibilities of workshop-standard measuring and diagnostic devices
  5. Identification of individual components and getting to know their operating characteristics and parameters
  6. Check individual components and decide on necessary repair measures
  7. Documenting work results and evaluating by comparing with calculated sizes and manufacturer specifications
  8. Working with circuit diagrams, circuit diagrams, terminal designations, cables, cable connections
  9. Take advantage of the possibilities of workshop diagnostic equipment
  10. Inclusion of problem-solving strategies or alternatives in the diagnosis
  11. Check individual components and decide on necessary repair measures
  12. Encoding ECUs, customizing software releases, and checking data communications lines in compliance with legal and manufacturer-specific regulations
  13. Testing and repair of mechanical, electrical and electronic circuits and systems
  14. Measuring and assessing electrical quantities and signals
  15. Processes in the control and in the control circuit
  16. Functions of sensors and actuators according to the EVA principle (input processing output)
  17. Sequential and selective final control diagnosis, basic setting of actuators
  18. Constructing a fully functional CAN BUS system with 5 MIAC Electronic Control Units (ECUs). Can be simulated z. B. Instrument panel ECU, Front ECU, Powertrain ECU and rear ECU. The fifth MIAC Electronic Control Unit is used for system diagnostics (Gateway) and for displaying CAN bus messages. It also allows you to enter errors. Tasks include, for example, building a fully functional CAN bus system, inserting faults, and troubleshooting with hardware and software fault diagnosis tools to understand and learn about the various procedures and practices

Employment opportunities:

On successful completion of the course the candidates can either get employed, or become a self-employed Entrepreneur in any one of the following fields.

a)  Wage Employment b)   Self Employment
1. Auto Electrician 1. Diagnostic Mechanic
2. Spare Parts Sales Assistant / Manufacturer's Representative 2. Spare Parts Salesman
3. Laboratory Assistant 3. Spare Parts Dealer
4. Diagnostic Mechanic    
5. Car AC Mechanic    

CNC Programming and Operating

This course trains the candidate to develop skills in CNC programming to boost employability. It teaches the concepts and operations of CNC to candidates who have passed I.T.I./NCVT in Trade of Turners and Machinists or 3 years of work experience in Industry.

The course contents:

  1. Computer Basic Training CNC Fundamental Classification and working system.
  2. Difference between CNC and NC. Advantages and disadvantages of CNC.
  3. What is a G code and M code and how to use it. How to use G90 (ABS) & G91 (INC) Group 1G code.
  4. Simple programming on Graph paper.
  5. How to use NC verify software. How to use G02 and G03 with I JK (circular I.P.).
  6. How to use subroutine and file editing. Introduction of CNC machine & controlling system.
  7. How to take Data Settings. How to use all cycles. Planning of job operation, tool path, simulation, setting, clamping and holding.
  8. How to use CNC & DNC. Full practical on industry grade and CNC milling machine. Hands on experience on programming and processing of Industrial jobs CNC milling machine (with Siemens Controller and Preventive maintenance)

Draughtsman Mechanical & CAD

Basic Mechanical Drafting&Modeling with AutoCAD and Solid Works.

  1. Able to Read&draw various geometrical figures.
  2. Able to construct various curves, scales, lines.
  3. Able to draw Views of different object in both 1st&3rd angle projection method
  4. Able to draw isometric & oblique projection plans, solid & objects, sectional views ofdifferent object
  5. Able to develop surface of various solid object in parallel&Radial Method
  6. Able to draw different curves obtained at intersection&interpenetration of solids
  7. Able to Read&draw simple Machine Parts&Industrial Drawings.
  8. Do the work on Mechanical 3D Modeling&design.
  9. Apply this knowledge to understand the engineering design work flow process in theManufacturing Industry.
  10. Acquire knowledge of 3D design visualization

Domestic Wireman

The Domestic Wireman course enables a student to carry on any electrical maintenance onboth Domestic and Industrial Installation&Equipment.

The course contents include:

  1. Hand tools specifications, care and maintenance.
  2. Fundamental of electricity wires and cables types.
  3. Electrical circuit (AC&DC) cells and batteries.
  4. Wiring circuits, repair of domestic wiring and appliances.
  5. Should be able to connect, test and runDCmotor.
  6. To study different types of meters, magnetism, resistors, transformers DC generators, DCmotors, AC motors (1ø & 3ø), alternator, converter, inverter, rectifier circuits, differenttypes of lamps, electrical measuring instruments, diodes, transistors, amplifiers,oscillators.
  7. Carry out simple winding, rewinding of detected faults in both AC&DCmachines.
  8. Should be able to repair lighting circuits, horn circuits etc.
  9. Working principles of UJT, FET, SCR, DIAC&TRIAC Stabilizer.
  10. Carry out commercial lighting for decorators, etc.

Electronics Mechanic

The Electronics Mechanic is a private course certified by the institute. It trains the candidate toskillfully work in the industry. He is conversant in the subjects of Trade Theory, WorkshopCalculations & Science especially related to his trade, Engineering Drawing (Circuit Diagrams,Component Layout, Test Points, etc.) and Workshop Practical.

Fitter

The Fitters course with duration of two years entails the following job descriptions, which will qualify a person to skillfully work in any mechanical workshop. He is conversant in the subject of his trade with theoretical knowledge, has the ability for calculations related to workshop practice and can execute fabrication work from Blue Print reading of Engineering Drawings.

Machinist

The Machinist course over a two-year period trains the candidate to skillfully work on variousprecision machine tools used in Machine Shop. He is conversant in the subjects of TradeTheory, Workshop Calculations and Science related especially to this trade, EngineeringDrawing (Blue Print reading of Orthographic and Isometric views according to specifications) and Workshop Practical.