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Duration :
Eligibility : 10th with Science & Mathematics
Intake : 25/40/60(As approved by AICTE/State Govt.)
Pattern of the Examination : Semester System
Assessment Type : The assessment will we carry out through credit point system/Learning Based Out comes
Theory & Practical Ratio : 50: 50
Industrial Training: Included after IInd Semester
Ecology & Environment : As pe Government Directions a subject named Environmental Science & Energy Management has been included.
Entrepreneurship Development: A subject on Entrepreneurship Development has been incorporated after IInd Semester.
General Proficiency : A provision of 6 periods per week has been made. It Included of various cocurricular activities like games, hobby clubs, seminars, declamation contests, extension lectures, NCC, NSS, cultural activities and discipline etc.


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1.1 General Safety rules of workshop
1.2 State the General Safety Measures to be observed in Workshop.
1.3 State the General housekeeping activities
1.4 Prepare a list of general safety Rules to be followed in Workshop
2.1 Layout of Shop
2.2 Sketch & Label Details of shop Layout
2.3 Type of jobs produced in fitting shop
2.4 Understand the functions of fitting shop
2.5 Understand different Metals, Alloys & their Sections
2.6 List the Commonly used Metals, Alloys.
2.7 State at least Five Sections, Shape & Size of Metals, Alloys.
2.8 Use relevant IS Code for commonly used materials with their samples of
different Cross sections.
2.9 Fitting tools.
2.10 Know use of fitting tools, sketch various tools & label their parts.
2.11Classify fitting tools as marking tools, Clamping devices, striking tools, cutting
tools etc.
2.12 Know the marking out & inspection instruments such as surface plate, marking
block, scriber, tri square, Bevel protractor etc.
2.13 Fitting operation :- Use of Various fitting tools, inspection & measuring
Instruments to produce given jobs.
2.14 Choose correct Shape & Size of Blank metal for a given drawing.
2.15 Marking as per drawing using correct method, tools & sequence.
2.16 Choose correct sequence of operations for the job viz. Sawing, filing, scraping,
drilling & Tapping
2.17 Select appropriate Tools, inspection and measuring instruments.
2.18 Clamping the job in correct position in an appropriate clamping device.
2.19 Perform the operation with appropriate body posture, method & precision,
exercising personal judgment of need of the force.
2.20 Inspect the job as and when necessary.
2.21 Introduction to screw threads.
2.22 Know common types of screw threads & the terminology used.
2.23 Sketch and label details of Metric & Whitworth thread.
3.1 Carpentry shop lay out.
3.2 Sketch & Label Details of shop Layout.
3.3 Type of jobs produced in carpentry shop.
3.4 Understand the functions of carpentry shop.
3.5 Introduce type of jobs produced by carpenter.
3.6 Commonly used raw materials
3.7 Know commonly used raw materials &their commercially available size.
3.8 Name various type of raw materials used such as Timber: - logs, planks, battens
etc. Ply, Teak ply, block board, sun mica, Formica etc.
3.9 Carpentry tools: - Know various carpentry tools with their specifications and
uses e.g. Different saws, chisels, Files, gauges, scales, hammers, tri squares,
planners, vice etc.
3.10 Carpentry Joints Introduction of various joints like T, corner, mortise &
tennon joints, dovetail, pin, cross half lap joint, etc.
3.11 Choose correct shape &size of timber blank for a given job drawing.
3.12 Do marking as per drawing using correct method, tools &sequence.
3.13 Identify correct operations e.g. sawing, chiseling, planning, grooving etc.
3.14 Select appropriate Tool , inspection & measuring Instruments.
3.15 Clamping the jobs in correct position in an appropriate clamping device.
3.16 Perform the operation with appropriate body posture, method & precision,
exercising personal judgment of need of the force
3.17 Inspect for size & quality of finish as and when necessary.
3.18 Assemble the components produced. Inspect for proper joint quality &take
remedial steps.
4.1 Study, demonstration and identification of common electrical materials such as
wires, cables, switches, fuses, ceiling roses, PVC Conduits, PVC Channels and
allied items, tools along with electrical instruments such as voltmeter, ammeter
and multimeter
4.2 Study of electrical safety measures and demonstration about use of protective
devices such as fuses, MCBs, ELCBs and relays including earthing
4.3 Identification of phase, neutral and earth of domestic appliances and their
connection to two pin/three pin plugs.
4.4 Preparation of a house wiring circuit on wooden board using fuse, switches,
socket, holder, ceiling rose etc. in PVC conduit and PVC casing and capping
wiring system
4.5 Study of common electrical appliances such as electric iron, electric kettle,
ceiling fan, table fan, electric mixer, electric Geyser, gas geyser, desert cooler,
Heater, refrigerator, water purifier
4.6 Introduction to lead-acid battery, identification of parts and its working.
4.7 Installation of inverter with battery and to connect two or more batteries in series
and in parallel (knowledge of a.c. and d.c.)
4.8 Charging of a battery and testing it with the help of hydrometer and cell tester

1-Workshop Technology by R S Khurmi ( S.Chand Publsihers)

2-Workshop Technology by  Hajra Chaudhry Part 1 & 2 ( Media Promoter, Mumbai)

3-Workshop Technology by  T L Choudhary ( Khanna Publishers, New Delhi)

4-Workshop Technology by Raghuvanshi Part 1 & 2 ( Dhanpat Rai & Co.,)

5-Workshop Technology I,II,III, by S K Hajra, Choudhary and A K Chaoudhary. MediaPromoters and Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Bombay

6. Workshop Technology by Manchanda Vol. I,II,III India Publishing House, Jalandhar.

7. Manual on Workshop Practice by K Venkata Reddy, KL Narayana et al; MacMillan

India Ltd. New Delhi

8. Basic Workshop Practice Manual by T Jeyapoovan; Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd.,

New Delhi

9. Workshop Technology by B.S. Raghuwanshi, Dhanpat Rai and Co., New Delhi

10. Workshop Technology by HS Bawa, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers, New Delhi.

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