ITI Course | Electrician trade - Course Eligibility, Duration, Colleges, Admission, Fees structure, Syllabus, Books, Jobs and Scope.

ITI Course | Electrician trade - Course Eligibility, Duration, Colleges, Admission, Fees structure, Syllabus, Books, Jobs and Scope


No 1 ITI's and courses list state wise in India.
No 1 ITI's and courses list state wise in India.


ELECTRICIAN is one of the top ten Trade for men and also for women.A great job opportunity awaiting for the trainees who are completed successfully ELECTRICIAN training.

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Duration : 2 year and per year 1 exam. Totally 2 exams.

Eligibility : 10th Pass and above

Age limit : 14th Age ,who has attained the age of 14th can eligible to join.


Scope: After the successful completion of ELECTRICIAN,the trainees can eligible to apply for APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING at Government sector,Public sector and Private sector companies with good stipend,an average of 7000 to 12500 and above(approximate figure,may vary due to CPI(CONSUMER PRICE INDEX).

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JOB AREA : Electricity board,Housing Electricity connections,Blue print creation, Code creation Jobs.

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ITI ELECTRICIAN subjects for First year.There are 4 papers and 1 Practical exam. Those are listed below,



Professional Skills (Trade Practical) With Indicative Hours Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
1. Visit various sections of the institutes and location of electrical installations. (03hrs.) 2. Identify safety symbols and hazards. (02Hrs.) 3. Preventive measures for electrical accidents and practice steps to be taken in such accidents.(03hrs.) 4. Practice safe methods of fire fighting in case of electrical fire. (02hrs.) 5. Use of fire extinguishers. (05 Hrs.) Scope of the electrician trade. Safety rules and safety signs. Types and working of fire extinguishers. (07 hrs.)
6. Practice elementary first aid. (03hrs.) 7. Rescue a person and practice artificial respiration. (02Hrs.) 8. Disposal procedure of waste materials. (02Hrs.) 9. Use of personal protective equipment. (03hrs.) 10. Practice on cleanliness and procedure to maintain it. (05 hrs.) First aid safety practice. Hazard identification and prevention. Personal safety and factory safety. Response to emergencies e.g. power failure, system failure and fire etc. (07 hrs.)
11. Identify trade tools and machineries. (05Hrs.) 12. Practice safe methods of lifting and handling of tools & equipment. (05 Hrs.) 13. Select proper tools for operation and precautions in operation. (05 Hrs.) 14. Care & maintenance of trade tools. (05 Hrs.) Concept of Standards and advantages of BIS/ISI. Trade tools specifications. Introduction to National Electrical Code-2011.(07 hrs.)
15. Operations of allied trade tools. (05 Hrs.) 16. Workshop practice on filing and hacksawing. (10Hrs.) 17. Prepare hand coil winding assembly. ( 5 Hrs.) 18. Practice on preparing T- joint, straight joint and dovetail joint on wooden blocks. (15Hrs.) 19. Practice sawing, planning, drilling and assembling for making a wooden switchboard. (15Hrs.) Allied trades: Introduction to fitting tools, safety precautions. Description of files, hammers, chisels hacksaw frames, blades, their specification and grades. Marking tools description and use. Types of drills, description & drilling machines. Various wooden joints. (07 hrs.)
20. Practice in marking and cutting of straight and curved pieces in metal sheets, making holes, securing by screw and riveting. (10 Hrs.) 21. Workshop practice on drilling, chipping, internal and external threading of different sizes. (20Hrs.) 22. Practice of making square holes in crank handle. (5 Hrs.) 23. Prepare an open box from metal sheet. (15 Hrs.) Marking tools; calipers Dividers, Surface plates, Angle plates, Scribers, punches, surface gauges Types, Uses, Care and maintenance. Sheet metal tools: Description of marking & cutting tools. Types of rivets and riveted joints. Use of thread gauge. Description of carpenter’s tools Care and maintenance of tools.(14hrs.)
24. Prepare terminations of cable ends (02 hrs.) 25. Practice on skinning, twisting and crimping. (15 Hrs.) 26. Identify various types of cables and measure conductor size using SWG and micrometer. (8 Hrs.) Fundamentals of electricity, definitions, units & effects of electric current. Conductors and insulators.Conducting materials and their comparison. (07 hrs.)
27. Make simple twist, married, Tee and western union joints. (18 Hrs.) 28. Make britannia straight, britannia Tee and rat tail joints. (18 Hrs.) 29. Practice in Soldering of joints / lugs. (14 Hrs.) Joints in electrical conductors. Techniques of soldering. Types of solders and flux. (14 hrs.)
30. Identify various parts, skinning and dressing of underground cable. (15 Hrs.) 31. Make straight joint of different types of underground cable. (15 Hrs.) 32. Test insulation resistance of underground cable using megger. (05 hrs.) 33. Test underground cables for faults and remove the fault. (15 Hrs.) Underground cables: Description,types, various joints and testing procedure. Cable insulation & voltage grades Precautions in using various types of cables. (14 hrs.)
34. Practice on measurement of parameters in combinational electrical circuit by applying Ohm’s Law for different resistor values and voltage sources and analyse by drawing graphs. (10Hrs.) 35. Measure current and voltage in electrical circuits to verify Kirchhoff’s Law (10 Hrs.)36. Verify laws of series and parallel circuits with voltage source in different combinations. (05Hrs.) 37. Measure voltage and current against individual resistance in electrical circuit (10 hrs.) 38. Measure current and voltage and analyse the effects of shorts and opens in series circuit. (05 Hrs.) 39. Measure current and voltage and analyse the effects of shorts and opens in parallel circuit. (05 Hrs.) Ohm’s Law; Simple electrical circuits and problems. Kirchoff’s Laws and applications. Series and parallel circuits. Open and short circuits in series and parallel networks. (07 hrs.)
40. Measure resistance using voltage drop method. (03Hrs.) 41. Measure resistance using wheatstone bridge. (02 Hrs.) 42. Determine the thermal effect of electric current. (03Hrs.) 43. Determine the change in resistance due to temperature. (02Hrs.) 44. Verify the characteristics of series parallel combination of resistors. (5 Hrs.) Laws of Resistance and various types of resistors. Wheatstone bridge; principle and its applications. Effect of variation of temperature on resistance. Different methods of measuring the values of resistance. Series and parallel combinations of resistors. (07 hrs.)
45. Determine the poles and plot the field of a magnet bar. (05Hrs.) 46. Wind a solenoid and determine the magnetic effect of electric current. (05Hrs.) 47. Measure induced emf due to change in magnetic field.(05hrs.) 48. Determine direction of induced emf and current. (05hrs.) 49. Practice on generation of mutually induced emf. (05hrs.) 50. Measure the resistance, impedance and determine inductance of choke coils in different combinations. (05Hrs.) 51. Identify various types of capacitors, charging/discharging and testing. (05 Hrs.) 52. Group the given capacitors to get the required capacity and voltage rating. (05 Hrs.) Magnetic terms, magnetic materials and properties of magnet. Principles and laws of electro-magnetism. Self and mutually induced EMFs. Electrostatics: Capacitor- Different types, functions,grouping and uses. (14 hrs.)
53. Measure current,voltage and PF and determine the characteristics of RL, RC and RLC in AC series circuits. (08 Hrs.) 54. Measure the resonance frequency in AC series circuit and determine its effect on the circuit. (07 hrs.) 55. Measure current, voltage and PF and determine the characteristics of RL, RC and RLC in AC parallel circuits. (08 Hrs.) 56. Measure the resonance frequency in AC parallel circuit and determine its effects on the circuit. (07 hrs.)57. Measure power, energy for lagging and leading power factors in single phase circuits and compare characteristic graphically. (08 Hrs.) 58. Measure Current, voltage, power, energy and power factor in three phase circuits. (07 hrs.) 59. Practice improvement of PF by use of capacitor in three phase circuit.(05 Hrs.) Inductive and capacitive reactance, their effect on AC circuit and related vector concepts. Comparison and Advantages of DC and AC systems. Related terms frequency, Instantaneous value, R.M.S. value Average value,Peak factor,form factor,power factor and Impedance etc. Sine wave, phase and phase difference. Active and Reactive power. Single Phase and three-phase system. Problems on A.C. circuits. (14 hrs.)
60. Ascertain use of neutral by identifying wires of a 3- phase 4 wire system and find the phase sequence using phase sequence meter. (10 Hrs.) 61. Determine effect of broken neutral wire in three phase four wire system.(05 hrs.) 62. Determine the relationship between Line and Phase values for star and delta connections. (10Hrs.) 63. Measure the Power of three phase circuit for balanced and unbalanced loads. (15 Hrs.) 64. Measure current and voltage of two phases in case of one phase is short- circuited in three phase four wire system and compare with healthy system.(10 hrs.) Advantages of AC poly-phase system. Concept of three-phase Star and Delta connection. Line and phase voltage, current and power in a 3 phase circuits with balanced and unbalanced load. Phase sequence meter. (14 hrs.)
65. Use of various types of cells.(08 Hrs.) 66. Practice on grouping of cells for specified voltage and current under different conditions and care. (12 Hrs.) 67. Prepare and practice on battery charging and details of charging circuit. (12 Hrs.) 68. Practice on routine, care/ maintenance and testing of batteries. (08 Hrs.) 69. Determine the number of solar cells in series / parallel for given power requirement. (10 Hrs.) Chemical effect of electric current and Laws of electrolysis. Explanation of Anodes and cathodes. Types of cells, advantages / disadvantages and their applications. Lead acid cell; Principle of operation and components. Types of battery charging, Safety precautions, test equipment and maintenance. Basic principles of Electro- plating and cathodic protection Grouping of cells for specified voltage and current. Principle and operation of solar cell. (14 hrs.)
70. Identify various conduits and different electrical accessories. (8 Hrs.) 71. Practice cutting, threading of different sizes & laying Installations. (17 Hrs.) 72. Prepare test boards/ extension boards and mount accessories like lamp holders, various switches, sockets, fuses, relays, MCB, ELCB, MCCB etc. (25 Hrs.) I.E. rules on electrical wiring. Types of domestic and industrial wirings. Study of wiring accessories e.g. switches, fuses, relays, MCB, ELCB, MCCB etc. Grading of cables and current ratings. Principle of laying out of domestic wiring. Voltage drop concept. (14 hrs.)
73. Draw layouts and practice in PVC Casing-capping, Conduit wiring with minimum to more number of points of minimum 15 mtr length. (15 Hrs.)74. Wire up PVC conduit wiring to control one lamp from two different places. (10 Hrs.) 75. Wire up PVC conduit wiring to control one lamp from three different places. (10 Hrs.) 76. Wire up PVC conduit wiring and practice control of sockets and lamps in different combinations using switching concepts. (15 Hrs.) PVC conduit and Casing- capping wiring system. Different types of wiring - Power,control, Communication Wiring circuits planning, permissible load in sub- circuit and main circuit and entertainment wiring.. (14 hrs.)
77. Wire up the consumers main board with ICDP switch and distribution fuse box. (10 Hrs.) 78. Prepare and mount the energy meter board. (10 Hrs.) 79. Estimate the cost/bill of material for wiring of hostel/ residential building and workshop. (10 Hrs.) 80. Practice wiring of hostel and residential building as per IE rules. (15 Hrs.) 81. Practice wiring of institute and workshop as per IE rules. (15 Hrs.) 82. Practice testing /fault detection of domestic and industrial wiring installation and repair. (15 Hrs.) Estimation of load, cable size, bill of material and cost. Inspection and testing of wiring installations. Special wiring circuit e.g. godown,tunnel and workshop etc. (21 hrs.)
83. Prepare pipe earthing and measure earth resistance by earth tester / megger. (10 Hrs.)84. Prepare plate earthing and measure earth resistance by earth tester / megger. (10 Hrs.) 85. Test earth leakage by ELCB and relay. (5 Hrs.) Importance of Earthing. Plate earthing and pipe earthing methods and IEE regulations.Earth resistance and earth leakage circuit breaker. (07 hrs.)
86. Install light fitting with reflectors for direct and indirect lighting. (10 Hrs.) 87. Group different wattage of lamps in series for specified voltage. (5 Hrs.) 88. Practice installation of various lamps e.g. fluorescent tube, HP mercury vapour, LP mercury vapour, HP sodium vapour, LP sodium vapour, metal halide etc. (18 Hrs.) 89. Prepare decorative lamp circuit using drum switches. (5 Hrs.) 90. Prepare decorative lamp circuit to produce rotating light effect/running light effect. (6 Hrs.) 91. Install light fitting for show case lighting. (6 Hrs.) Laws of Illuminations. Types of illumination system. Illumination factors, intensity of light. Type of lamps, advantages/ disadvantages and their applications. Calculations of lumens and efficiency. (14 hrs.)
92. Practice on various analog and digital measuring Instruments. (5 Hrs.) 93. Practice on measuring instruments in single and three phase circuits e.g. multi-meter, Wattmeter, Energy meter, Phase sequence meter and Frequency meter etc. (15 Hrs.)94. Measure power in three phase circuit using two wattmeter methods. (8 Hrs.) 95. Measure power factor in three phase circuit by using power factor meter and verify the same with voltmeter, ammeter and wattmeter readings.(12Hrs.) 96. Measure electrical parameters using tong tester in three phase circuits. (10 Hrs.) Classification of electrical instruments and essential forces required in indicating instruments. PMMC and Moving iron instruments. Measurement of various electrical parameters using different analog and digital instruments. Measurement of energy in three phase circuit. (14 hrs.)
97. Practice for range extension and calibration of various measuring instruments. (10 Hrs.) 98. Determine errors in resistance measurement by voltage drop method.(8 Hrs.) 99. Test single phase energy meter for its errors. (7 Hrs.) Errors and corrections in measurement. Loading effect of voltmeter and voltage drop effect of ammeter in circuits. Extension of range and calibration of measuring instruments. (07 hrs.)
100. Dismantle and assemble electrical parts of various electrical appliances e.g. cooking range, geyser, washing machine and pump set. (25 Hrs.) 101. Service and repair of bell/ buzzer. (5 Hrs.) 102. Service and repair of electric iron, electric kettle, cooking range and geyser. (12 Hrs.) 103. Service and repair of induction heater and oven. (10 Hrs.)104. Service and repair of mixer and grinder. (10 Hrs.) 105. Service and repair of washing machine. (13Hrs.) Working principles and circuits of common domestic equipment and appliances. Concept of Neutral and Earth. (21 hrs.)
106. Verify terminals, identify components and calculate transformation ratio of single-phase transformers. (8 Hrs.) 107. Perform OC and SC test to determine and efficiency of single-phase transformer. (12Hrs.) 108. Determine voltage regulation of single-phase transformer at different loads and power factors. (12 Hrs.) 109. Perform series and parallel operation of two single phase transformers. (12 Hrs.) 110. Verify the terminals and accessories of three phase transformer HT and LT side. (6Hrs.) Working principle, construction and classification of transformer. Single phase and three phase transformers. Turn ratio and e.m.f. equation. Series and parallel operation of transformer. Voltage Regulation and efficiency. Auto Transformer and instrument transformers (CT & PT). (14 hrs.)
111. Perform 3 phase operation (i) delta-delta (ii) delta-star (iii) star-star (iv) star-delta by use of three single phase transformers. (6 Hrs.) 112. Perform testing of transformer oil. (6 Hrs.) 113. Practice on winding of small transformer. (8 Hrs.) 114. Practice of general maintenance of transformer. (5 Hrs.) Method of connecting three single phase transformers for three phase operation. Types of Cooling, protective devices, bushings and termination etc. Testing of transformer oil. Materials used for winding and winding wires in small transformer. (07 hrs.)

Project work / Industrial visit Broad Areas: a) Overload protection of electrical equipment b) Automatic control of streetlight/night lamp c) Fuse and power failure indicator using relays d) Door alarm/indicator e) Decorative light with electrical flasher


ITI ELECTRICIAN subjects for second year. There are 3 papers and 1 Practical exam. Those are listed below,



Professional Skills (Trade Practical) With Indicative Hours Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
115. Identify terminals,parts and connections of different types of DC machines.(10 Hrs.) 116. Measure field and armature resistance of DC machines. (10 Hrs.) 117. Determine build up voltage of DC shunt generator with varying field excitation and performance analysis on load.(15 Hrs.) 118. Test for continuity and insulation resistance of DC machine.(5 Hrs.) 119. Start, run and reverse direction of rotation of DC series, shunt and compound motors.(10 Hrs.) General concept of rotating electrical machines.Principle of DC generator.Use of Armature,Field Coil, Polarity,Yoke, Cooling Fan, Commutator,slip ring and Brushes, Laminated core etc. E.M.F. equation Separately excited and self- excited generators.Series,shunt and compound generators.(18 hrs.)
120. Perform no load and load test and determine characteristics of series and shunt generators. (12 Hrs.) 121. Perform no load and load test and determine characteristics of compound generators (cumulative and differential). (13 Hrs.) 122. Practice dismantling and assembling in DC shunt motor. (12 Hrs.) 123. Practice dismantling and assembling in DC compound generator.(13 Hrs.) Armature reaction, Commutation, inter poles and connection of inter poles.Parallel Operation of DC Generators. Load characteristics of DC generators.Application, losses & efficiency of DC Generators.Routine & maintenance. (18hrs.)
124. Conduct performance analysis of DC series, shunt and compound motors.(15 Hrs.) 125. Dismantle and identify parts of three point and four-point DC motor starters.(10 Hrs.) 126. Assemble, Service and repair three point and four-point DC motor starters. (15 Hrs.) 127.Practice maintenance of carbon brushes, brush holders, Commutator and sliprings.(10 Hrs.) Principle and types of DC motor.Relation between applied voltage back e.m.f., armature voltage drop, speed and flux of DC motor. DC motor Starters,relation between torque flux and armature current. Changing the direction of rotation. Characteristics,Losses & Efficiency of DC motors.Routine and maintenance.(18hrs.)
128. Perform speed control of DC motors - field and armature control method. (10 Hrs.) 129. Carry out overhauling of DC machines. (15 Hrs.) 130. Perform DC machine winding by developing connection diagram, test on growler and assemble.(25 Hrs.) Methods of speed control of DC motors.Lap and wave winding and related terms. (18hrs.)
131. Identify parts and terminals of three phase AC motors. (5 Hrs.) 132. Make an internal connection of automatic star-delta starter with three contactors. (10 Hrs.) 133. Connect, start and run three phase induction motors by using DOL, star- delta and auto-transformer starters. (20 Hrs.) 134. Connect, start,run and reverse direction of rotation of slip-ring motor through rotor resistance starter and determine performance characteristic. (15 Hrs.) Working principle of three phase induction motor. Squirrel Cage Induction motor, Slip-ring induction motor; construction, characteristics, Slip and Torque. Different types of starters for three phase induction motors, its necessity, basic contactor circuit, parts and their functions. (18hrs.)
135. Determine the efficiency of squirrel cage induction motor by brake test. (8 Hrs.) 136. Determine the efficiency of three phase squirrel cage induction motor by no load test and blocked rotor test. (8 Hrs.) 137. Measure slip and power factor to draw speed-torque (slip/torque) characteristics. (14 Hrs.) 138. Test for continuity and insulation resistance of three phase induction motors. (5 Hrs.) 139. Perform speed control of three phase induction motors by various methods like rheostatic control, autotransformer etc.(15 Hrs.) Single phasing prevention.No load test and blocked rotor test of induction motor. Losses & efficiency.Various methods of speed control.Braking system of motor.Maintenance and repair.(18hrs.)
140. Perform winding of three phase AC motor by developing connection diagram,test and assemble.(20 Hrs.) 141. Maintain,service and troubleshoot the AC motor starter. (05 Hrs.) Concentric/ distributed,single/ double layer winding and related terms.(09Hrs.)
142. Identify parts and terminals of different types of single-phase AC motors. (5 Hrs.) 143. Install,connect and determine performance of single-phase AC motors. (15 Hrs.) 144. Start, run and reverse the direction of rotation of single-phase AC motors. (10 Hrs.) 145. Practice on speed control of single phase AC motors. (10 Hrs.) 146. Compare starting and running winding currents of a capacitor run motor at various loads and measure the speed. (10 Hrs.) Working principle,different method of starting and running of various single phase AC motors. Domestic and industrial applications of different single phase AC motors.Characteristics, losses and efficiency. (18hrs.)
147. Carry out maintenance,service and repair of single-phase AC motors.(10 Hrs.) 148. Practice on single/double layer and concentric winding for AC motors,testing and assembling.(25 Hrs.) 149. Connect,start, run and reverse the direction of rotation of universal motor.(10 Hrs.) 150. Carry out maintenance and servicing of universal motor. (05 Hrs.) Concentric/ distributed,single/double layer winding and related terms. Troubleshooting of single phase AC induction motors and universal motor. (18hrs.)
151. Install an alternator,identify parts and terminals of alternator. (10 Hrs.) 152. Test for continuity and insulation resistance of alternator. (5 Hrs.) 153. Connect, start and run an alternator and build up the voltage. (10 Hrs.) 154. Determine the load performance and voltage regulation of three phase alternator. (10 Hrs.) 155. Parallel operation and synchronization of three phase alternators.(15 Hrs.) Principle of alternator, e.m.f. equation, relation between poles,speed and frequency. Types and construction. Efficiency, characteristics, regulation, phase sequence and parallel operation. Effect of changing the field excitation and power factor correction. (18hrs.)
156. Install a synchronous motor,identify its parts and terminals.(10 Hrs.) 157. Connect, start and plot V- curves for synchronous motor under different excitation and load conditions.(15 Hrs.) Working principle of synchronous motor.Effect of change of excitation and load.V and anti V curve. Power factor improvement. (09hrs.)
158.Identify parts and terminals of MG set.(5 Hrs.) 159. Start and load MG set with 3 phase induction motor coupled to DC shunt generator. (20 Hrs.) Rotary Converter, MG Set description and Maintenance. (09hrs.)
160. Determine the value of resistance by colour code and identify types.(10 Hrs.) 161. Test active and passive electronic components and its applications. (10Hrs.) Resistors–colour code,types and characteristics. Active and passive components. Atomic structure and semiconductor theory.(09hrs.)
162. Determine V-I characteristics of semiconductor diode. (10 Hrs.) 163. Construct half wave, full wave and bridge rectifiers using semiconductor diode. (10 Hrs.) 164. Check transistors for their functioning by identifying its type and terminals. (10 Hrs.) 165. Bias the transistor and determine its characteristics. (05Hrs.) 166. Use transistor as an electronic switch and series voltage regulator. (05Hrs.) P-N junction, classification, specifications,biasing and characteristics of diodes. Rectifier circuit - half wave,full wave, bridge rectifiers and filters. Principle of operation,types,characteristics and various configuration of transistor. Application of transistor as a switch, voltage regulator and amplifier. (18hrs.)
167. Operate and set the required frequency using function generator. (10Hrs.) 168. Make a printed circuit board for power supply. (10 Hrs.) 169. Construct simple circuits containing UJT for triggering and FET as an amplifier. (10Hrs.) 170. Troubleshoot defects in simple power supplies. (15Hrs.) Basic concept of power electronics devices. IC voltage regulators Digital Electronics - Binary numbers,logic gates and combinational circuits. (09hrs.)
171. Construct power control circuit by SCR, Diac, Triac and IGBT. (15 Hrs.) 172. Construct variable DC stabilized power supply using IC. (10 Hrs.) 173. Practice on various logics by use of logic gates and circuits. (10Hrs.) 174. Generate and demonstrate wave shapes for voltage and current of rectifier, single stage amplifier and oscillator using CRO. (10 Hrs.) Working principle and uses of oscilloscope. Construction and working of SCR, DIAC, TRIAC and IGBT. Principle, types and applications of various multivibrators. (18hrs.)
175. Design layout of control cabinet, assemble control elements and wiring accessories for: (i) Local and remote control of induction motor. (15 Hrs.) (ii) Forward and reverse operation of induction motor. (10 Hrs.) (iii) Automatic star-delta starter with change of direction of rotation. (15 Hrs.) (iv) Sequential control of three motors. (10 Hrs.) Study and understand Layout drawing of control cabinet, power and control circuits. Various control elements: Isolators,pushbuttons, switches, indicators, MCB, fuses, relays, timers and limit switches etc. (18hrs.)
176. Carry out wiring of control cabinet as per wiring diagram, bunching of XLPE cables, channeling, tying and checking etc. (15 Hrs.) 177. Mount various control elements e.g. circuit breakers,relays, contactors and timers etc.(10 Hrs.) 178. Identify and install required measuring instruments and sensors in control panel. (10 Hrs.) 179. Test the control panel for its performance. (15 Hrs.) Wiring accessories: Race ways/ cable channel, DIN rail, terminal connectors, thimbles, lugs, ferrules, cable binding strap, buttons, cable ties, sleeves, gromats and clips etc. Testing of various control elements and circuits. (18hrs.)
180. Perform speed control of DC motor using thyristors / DC drive. (18 Hrs.) 181. Perform speed control and reversing the direction of rotation of AC motors by using thyristors / AC drive. (18 Hrs.) 182. Construct and test a universal motor speed controller using SCR. (14 Hrs.) Working, parameters and applications of AC / DC drive. Speed control of 3 phase induction motor by using VVVF/AC Drive. (18hrs.)
183. Assemble circuits of voltage stabilizer and UPS. (10 Hrs.) 184. Prepare an emergency light. (10 Hrs.) 185. Assemble circuits of battery charger and inverter. (10Hrs.) 186. Test, analyze defects and repair voltage stabilizer, emergency light and UPS. (05Hrs.) 187. Maintain, service and troubleshoot battery charger and inverter. (07Hrs.) 188. Install an Inverter with battery and connect it in domestic wiring for operation. (08Hrs.) Basic concept, block diagram and working of voltage stabilizer, battery charger, emergency light, inverter and UPS. Preventive and breakdown maintenance. (18hrs.)
189. Draw layout of thermal power plant and identify function of different layout elements. (5 Hrs.)190. Draw layout of hydel power plant and identify functions of different layout elements. (5 Hrs.) 191. Visit to transmission / distribution substation. (10 Hrs.) 192. Draw actual circuit diagram of substation visited and indicate various components. (5 Hrs.) Conventional and non- conventional sources of energy and their comparison. Power generation by thermal and hydel power plants. (09hrs.)
193. Prepare layout plan and Identify different elements of solar power system. (05 Hrs.) 194. Prepare layout plan and Identify different elements of wind power system. (05 Hrs.) 195. Assemble and connect solar panel for illumination.(15 Hrs.) Various ways of electrical power generation by non-conventional methods. Power generation by solar and wind energy. Principle and operation of solar panel. (08 hrs.)
196. Practice installation of insulators used in HT/LT line for a given voltage range. (5 hrs.) 197. Draw single line diagram of transmission and distribution system.(5 Hrs.) 198. Measure current carrying capacity of conductor for given power supply. (5 hrs.) 199. Fasten jumper in pin, shackle and suspension type insulators. (10 Hrs.) Transmission and distribution networks. Line insulators, overhead poles and method of joining aluminum conductors. (09hrs.)
200.Erect an overhead service line pole for single phase 230V distribution system in open space. (10 Hrs.) 201. Practice on laying of domestic service line. (10 Hrs.) 202. Install bus bar and bus coupler on LT line. (5 Hrs.) Safety precautions and IE rules pertaining to domestic service connections. Various substations. Various terms like – maximum demand, average demand, load factor, diversity factor, plant utility factor etc. (09hrs.)
203. Identify various parts of relay and ascertain the operation.(5 Hrs.) 204. Practice setting of pick up current and time setting multiplier for relay operation. (5 hrs.) 205. Identify the parts of circuit breaker, check its operation. (5Hrs.) 206. Test tripping characteristic of circuit breaker for over current and short circuit current. (5 hrs.) 207. Practice on repair and maintenance of circuit breaker. (5 hrs.) Types of relays and its operation.Types of circuit breakers,their applications and functioning. Production of arc and quenching. (09hrs.)

Project work / Industrial visit: a) Battery charger/Emergency light b) Control of motor pump with tank level c) DC voltage converter using SCRs d) Logic control circuits using relays e) Alarm/indicator circuits using sensors


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