MECHANICAL DRAFTING

Aim

The course is aim formaking the studentaware of risk, hazards,accidentsand illnessesrelatedtocommondaytoday,industrialactivitiesandjobsandwaysto prevent/protectthemselvesfromsuchsituations.Italsohighlightsmancommitment toenvironmentalwell–being.

Objectives

Oncompletionof thecourse,thestudentisexpectedtobe familiar withoccupation relatedillnesses/hazardsandpreventive/controlmeasuresthere of. He isalsomade aware ofhisobligationtowardsenvironmentalpreservation.

Course Fees : 50000

Course Fees(NRI) $: 1875

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Scope & Career

Scope & Career

 

Syllabus

Syllabus

COURSE– I:   FIRE ENGINEERING

Unit –I

Basic Fire fightingTechniques,Fire Extinguishers–Typesandsuitability,Fire Hoses–typesandfittingsthereof,Foamandfoammakingequipments, Hydrant pumpsandprimersandfirehydrantsystems.

Unit –II

TankCoolingsystems, powers,sprinklersetc.,IC EnginesandFire crashtender, Fire Alarmsystems, Air craftandshipfires,Buildingconstruction–    Fireprevention methodology–Rescue &escapesystems.

Unit –III

Chemistryof combustion, Typesof firesandextinguishingmethods,Fixedfire fightinginstallations,Major fire fightingappliancesandspecialinstallations.

Unit – IV

Fire– smoke andflame detectors,Storage&handlingof flammable,explosive materials&transportation,Firstaidforburns, Usageofbasic FF appliances, Electricalandchemicalfiresandtheir prevention.

Unit –V

PPE’sfor fire fighting–proximitysuitsetc.,Firesinair–craft& shipprevention, Fire rescue &escapetechniques,Fundamentalsofbuildingdesign –civilengineering fromfirepreventionpoint, NationalandInternational  codesonfire.

Reference Books

1.  Fire  Protection  Hand  Book  –  Publication:  National  Fire  Protection

AssociationUSAAuthor:Quincy–Massachusetts

2. Fire  and  explosion  Hazards  Handbook  of  Industrial  Chemicals Publication: JaicoPublishingHouseAuthor:TatyanaA.Devletshina & NicholasP.Cheremisinoff,Ph. D.

3.  ElectricalSafety,FireSafetyEngineeringandSafetyManagement–

Rao.S

4.  IndustrialFireProtectionHandBook–Publication:CRCPress,Boca

Raton,FL. Author:Schroll,R.C, 2002.

5.  FireLossControl-AManagementGuide–Publication:MarcelDekker

Inc, NewYork –Author:Planer, R. G,1990.

Aim

COURSE – II:   INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

The course isaimedat makingthe studentaware ofvarioussafetyaspectsinindustry asregardstoworkexecutionactivity.Italso awarehimof thevarioushazards,risks andprecautionstobeexercisedinindustrysite works.

Objectives

Oncompletionof thecoursethe studentisexpectedtobeaware of industrial accidents,processes& jobrelatedoccupationalhazards&importanceof safety knowledge inpreventingthem.

Unit –I

Safetyfundamentals,definitions,safe workpractices,Causationtheoriesfor accidents,Importance of workpermitsystem, Accidentinvestigation,Safety inspectionsnorms,RoadSafety,MSDS,Vehicleinspectionsetc.

Unit –II

Hazards inusageof highpressure gases,Risks&controlmeasuresinExcavation, Safetymanagementsystems– Emergencycontrol,Planand  Evacuationplan. Hazard identificationandanalysis.

Unit –III

LegalAspectsofsafety– laws,PPE’s,Importantofusage /suitability,FactoriesAct

1948,CentralPollutionControlBoard,OHSAS-18001andOSHA –Introdution– OH&S Policy–ProcessSafetyManagement(PSM) asper          OSHA performance, Measurementstodetermineeffectivenessof PSM.

Unit – IV

Propertiesof Hazardousmaterials/chemicals, Handlingandstorage of High– pressuregascylinders,Workinconfinedplaces–Risks& Hazards–Paint&Solvent mixing/handling–risks&Precautions.

Unit –V

Transportation&storageof hazardousmaterials/chemicals, Threshold, Limitsof

chemicals, Limitsofflammability,PPE’susage–Respiratory& Non- Respiratory.

COURSE – III:   CONSTRUCTION SAFETY

Unit –I

 

Workat Heights–scaffoldings& laddersusage, Type of scaffolds,safety requirements,designandloadfactors. Defects& inspectionnorms, Typesof ladders, upkeep, defectsandgoodmaintenancetips.

 

Unit –II

Riggingsafety,materialhandling, slings,Hoists, Liftingtackles,chainblocks, Derricksetc.,Safetyinpaintmixing,solventhandling& paintstorage,risk&control measures.

Unit –III

Cranes,FLT’s&earthmovingequipment–Risksandpreventivemethods, Mechanicalhazards,Safetyinheavymachinery/ equipment          movement,vehicle

/mobile equipmentinspectionchecklist.

Unit – IV

Safetyinhazardousareas, Taggingbarrication, warningsignsetc.,Hotworks- risks

& controlmeasures,Precautionsinusageof portable Grinders,Drillingmachines, Coldcuttingmachines,Jackhammersetc.

 

Unit –V

Tools& Tacklesmaintenance andupkeep,Commonshopfloorinjuries–Firstaid andpreventive measures, LiftingandmanualHandlingofheavy   machinery, Precautionsinusageof highpressure compressedair,Pneumatic tools.

– IV:   OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH &ENVIRONMENT

Unit –I

Commonoccupationaldiseases/ailmentsinworksite andcontrolmeasures,Soil, water andairpollution- classification, sources  and  engineeringmethodsincontrol of variouspollutants.

Unit –II

Sourcesof Noise &VibrationinIndustriesandinEnvironment- Controlmethods– Effects of Noise andvibrationonHumanandenvironmentalsystems-Wildlife conservation, Deforestation& landdegradation.

Unit –III

Care of eyes, Nose, Throat, Teethandskinrelatedailments&their treatment, Housekeepingandoccupationaldiseases- IndustrialHealthMonitoring- Legal Aspects.

Unit – IV

Occupationaldiseases&IndustrialHygiene- Industriallighting& ventilation–

Preventive medicines.

Unit –V

 

FactoriesActandLegalaspectsof pollutions–laws,Principlesof Firstaid-Firstaid for commonailments/ on- site injuries.

Audience & Eligibility

Audience & Eligibility

  • Diploma  in Mechanical// Chemical// Production Engineering
  • 10th pass / 8th
  • Draftsmen
Mock Interviews

Mock Interviews

We train our junior engineers to present themselves well and pass their interviews .They are well prepared through continuous mock interviews that provides confidence to our engineers.

A detailed session of the below mentioned format for the mock interview is provided by DA.

 

  • Interviews
  • On-Campus Interviews
  • Interview tips
  • Sample Interview Questions
  • Behavioral Interviews
  • Technical Interviews
  • Site Visits
  • Dress for Success
  • No Show Interview Policy
  • Industry Research Guide
  • Industry Expectations
  • Thank You Letters
  • Email Correspondence
Training Features

Training Features

  • Since 14 years.
  • Our mentors have 3 to 10 year industrial knowledge.
  • Senior lead engineers convert the candidates to junior engineers..
  • Live Chat with faculty.
  • Virtual class rooms.
  • Audio & Video tutorials.
  • Based upon real projects.
  • In Plant visit for candidates..
  • Hands on training on leading software.
  • Career counseling & guidance .
  • 100 % job oriented training program.
  • Best placement records are maintained till now.
Personality Development

Personality Development

Who has a good personality?

Anyone who presents himself well, deals with problems wins situations and influence people through excellent communication and interpersonal skills, has a pleasing personality. DA will polish the interpersonal skills of the engineers matching the industry.

  1. Leadership in Projects
  2. Interpersonal Relations with colleagues
  3. Communication in organizations
  4. Stress Management at work
  5. Group Dynamics and Team Building
  6. Conflict Management
  7. Performance Appraisal
  8. Time Management at work
  9. Motivation

We have professionals from the personality development, who will train each and every raw engineer of DA, to fit the industry culture in terms corporate behaviour.