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COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :     No. IC1 ,   IC2 , IC3, IC4

Syllabus for  IC -  Induction Course for Group B Officers

 DURATION                         :          10 Weeks (4+2+4)

 DESIGNED FOR                :           Group B � AEE/DEE

 COURSE DIRECTOR        :            Professor (G)

 OBJECTIVE  : To provide exposure in Traction Rolling Stock,EMU,  Traction Distribution, Train Lighting & Air conditioning,   General Services, Computer Applications, Electronics & Instrumentation, Material Science & Testing and NDT.

CONTENTS :

 (I)            TRACTION ROLLING STOCK (MAINTENANCE) 

*      Locomotive & EMU overview - including 3-phase Locos and 3-phase EMUs.

*      Locomotive Design � Adhesion, Tractive Effort, haulage capacity, weight transfer, Comparison between different types of Locomotives, Static & Rotary equipments.

*      Power and Auxiliary Control Circuit, Pneumatic & Braking Circuit

*      Bogie, Wheel arrangement, and types of drives.

*      Maintenance schedules of Loco, TM, auxiliaries, Bogie & other Loco Equipments.

*      Failures and various Modifications.

*      Visit  to loco shed, trip shed and loco POH workshop.

(II)            TRACTION ROLLING STOCK (OPERATION)

*      Motive power and Man power planning - Power Plan, Loco Link & Crew Link.

*      Crew Management and Training � Crew requirement, crew training, Road learning, Classification of Drivers, System of Monitoring and Counseling, Safety.

*      Duties of TLC, CCOR, LI, LP and ALP, Working of TLC, CCOR, use of FOIS.

*      Statistical data preparation for Loco Operation (4 A Statement etc.), LHC.

*      Trip shed, crew booking Lobby / Depot and Running Room management.

*      Carriage and Wagon problems in Loco Operation, parting and stalling.

*      Important case studies/Accident and Breakdown.

*      Collection of evidences at accident site.

*      Visit to crew depot, running room and trip sheds.

 (III)      TRACTION DISTRIBUTION  

*      Railway Electrification.

*      Overhead Equipment.

*      Power Supply Installation.

*      Protection Scheme of TSS.

*      Concept of  Supervisory remote control SCADA.

*      Types of Foundations.

*      Types of Structures.

*      Panto entanglements, TRD Breakdowns.

(IV)      TRAIN LIGHTING & AIR CONDITIONED COACHES

*      Introduction to systems of Train Lighting.

*      Requirement of Coaches.

*      Schedules of maintenance.

*      Drives & Alternators, belts.

*      RRU and ERRU.

*      Batteries including VRLA batteries, Charger and Inverter.

*      Coach wiring, Lighting, and Fans.

*      SG / MOG / EOG / HOG system of coaches

*      Maintenance Schedules of TL and Conventional, RMPU / LHB AC Coaches.

*      Visit to TL/AC Coaching Depot

*      Tenders, Contracts & Arbitration.

  (V)       GENERAL SERVICES

*      Power supply and Distribution systems

*      Principles of Earthing

*      Air-conditioning fundamentals

*      Air-conditioning of Stationary Installations

*      Air-conditioning in LHB coaches

*      Basic concepts of pumps and their salient features

*      Selection, operation and maintenance of pumps

*      Fundamentals of Lighting and Light sources

*      Lighting Design, concept of good lighting and Energy efficient lighting strategies

*      Power Scenario and renewable Energy

*      Lifts and Elevators

(VI)            ELECTRONICS

*      Classification & description of Electronic components.

*      Passive components (R, L, C), circuits, testing and applications.

*      Active Components, Introduction to semiconductor physics, construction and working principle of Active components such as Power Diodes, Zener Diodes, LEDs, BJT, UJT, SCR, GTO, IGBTs, specification, testing & applications.

*      Introduction to OP-AMP and their applications.

*      Introduction to digital electronics and basic digital circuits.

*      Control Electronics of 3-phase locos, 3-phase EMUs, ERRU & Inverters used in Locos & AC Coaches.

*      Oscilloscope familiarization.

(VII)     COMPUTERS

*      Evolution of computers

*      Introduction to computers, its parts and applications.

*      Operating Systems.

*      Word Processing Application.

*      Spreadsheet Application

*      Powerpoint presentation

*      Introduction to Networking, Internet and e-mail.

(VIII)    MATERIAL SCIENCE, CONDITION MONITORING & NDT

*      Classification of Materials, atomic structure & properties.

*      Ferrous & Non - Ferrous Materials, Polymers, Ceramic & Composite.

*      Material Testing for � Hardness, Tensile, Elongation & Metallography.

*      Condition Monitoring of Electrical equipments - basic concepts.

*      Diagnostic Testing of Insulation - IR Value, PI, DAR, SV, DD, PDC, RVM Tests.

*      Tan Delta & Capacitance Measurement.

*      Hipot test, surge comparison test and Partial Discharge test.

*      Condition Monitoring of Oil, Transformers, Cables & Induction Motors.

*      Introduction to Non-destructive Testing (NDT).

*      Magnetic Particle Testing.

*      Liquid Penetrate Testing.

*      Eddy Current Testing.

*      Ultrasonic & Acoustic Emission Testing.

*      Thermal Imaging (Infra Red) and Radiography Testing.

*       Vibration Testing and Shock Pulse Measurement. 

(IX)             PROJECT

 Each Trainee Officer shall undertake a Project individually, which should contain actual field data. The Conclusion / Recommendation should be practically implementable and useful to Railways.

There shall be a Written Examination of maximum 50 Marks in each of the Eight Subjects mentioned above. The Written Exam shall contain questions of both subjective and objective type. The Project shall also carry 50 Marks. The minimum Passing Marks are 60% in each Subject. Two nos. of trainee officers (one scoring overall highest marks and other making best Project) from each IC Course, are awarded Medals in Passing Out Ceremony.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. SPDP 1 to 8

 Sr. Professional Development Programme.

 DURATION                                     :         2    Weeks.

 DESIGNED FOR                            :          Group A Officers with 8-15 years service.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Sr. Professor (GS)


 OBJECTIVE                               :        To impart knowledge of  latest development in the field of Traction Distribution, Traction Rolling Stock, TL & AC and General Services with a view to improve upon the maintenance practice and failures analysis in line with the latest techniques, commensurate with technological developments.

CONTENTS

Traction rolling stock (TRS)

*       Maintenance of conventional Ac locomotives

*       Maintenance of 3 phase locomotives and EMU

Traction operation

*      Rolling stock operation

*      Crew management

*      Power failure and remedial measures for on line failure

Train lighting

*      Train lighting maintenance including Alternators, batteries

General services

*      Pumps and Energy efficient pumping

*      Essentials of good lighting and Lighting design

*      LHB coaches

Traction distribution

*      Railway electrification overview

*      Latest developments in TRD subject

*      Principles of 2 x 25 KV OHE traction

Contract and arbitration

Motivation

Stress management and Time management

Vigilance aspects

Condition monitoring including non-destructive testing

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE    :        No. DIT1, DIT 2, DIT 3.

Special Course for SAG Officers.

DURATION                                            :        8 Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                                     :       SAG.

COURSE DIRECTOR                              :        Sr. Professor (Admn)

OBJECTIVE        :       To familiarize with the latest   technologies critical for Electrical Department   of Indian Railway.  Also a project work assigned to participants by their respective CEEs to be useful for the field application.

CONTENTS

*      Technological Developments in the field of Energy Management

*      Indian Electricity Act, 2003

*      Latest developments in 3 phase with special reference to locomotives , EMUs & Metro Stock.

*      Sensitization & exposure to  up-coming technology like Nano Technology, Green Buildings & possible applications in the Railways. 

*      Vigilance aspect, related to Contract Management & Right To Information Act

*      Organizational Leadership, Emotional Quotient, Time Management & Conflict Management.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                 :        No. AIMM1, AIMM2, & AIMM3

Special  Course for SAG Officers.

DURATION                                          :           8 Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                                  :           SAG.

COURSE DIRECTOR                           :           Sr. Professor(Admn)

OBJECTIVE                              OBJECTIVE         To familiarize with the Advances in Maintenance Management system critical to Electrical Department   of Indian Railway.  Also a project work assigned to participants by their respective CEEs to be useful for the field application.

CONTENTS

*      Maintenance management systems, different strategies & comparison  thereof.

*      Condition based maintenance & application on Railways.    

*      Indian Electricity Act, 2003

*      Maintenance technique specific to  3 phase with special reference to locomotives , EMUs & Metro Stock.

*      Sensitisation & exposure to  up-coming developments in maintenance management & possible  applications in the Railways. 

*      Vigilance aspect, related to Contract Management & Right To Information Act

*      Organizational Leadership, Emotional Quotient, Time Management & Conflict Management.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. MED1.  (Code of Conduct)

Meditation Course.

DURATION                                                 :        12 days.

DESIGNED FOR                                         :        All Dept. Railway Officers.

COURSE CO-ORDINATOR                        :        PROF(G)

OBJECTIVE    :        Meditation helps to live life completely free from all types of mental miseries.  The participant will learn to lead peaceful personal / family life and allow others also to lead similar peaceful life.

CONTENTS

*                   12 Day's stay in specially isolated area for meditation observing noble silence under the guidance of Course Guide.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE    :        No. LHB1 & LHB2

Maintenance of LHB Coaches on Indian Railway.

DURATION                                            :        1 Week.

DESIGNED FOR                                    :        JS/SS.

COURSE DIRECTOR                             :        Sr. Professor (TL)

OBJECTIVE           : To understand the principles of the working of various electronic hardware and software used in LHB Coaches. Also to carry out routine maintenance at depot so as to undertake trouble shooting and identify problems arises during service.

CONTENTS

*      Air Conditioning of AC Coaches.

*      Advantages of LHB Coaches.

*      Different Equipments used on LHB Coaches.

*      Functions, Rating & Lay out  of equipments and Basic knowledge.

*      Block diagram of system, lay out of wiring and under frame equipment.

*      Preventive maintenances.

*       Maintenance schedule for LHB Coaches/A. C. Coaches.

*       Visit to LHB coach maintenance depot    

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        TLAC1 to TLAC3

2 Weeks  course on TL&AC Subjects.

DURATION                                                    :        2 Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                                           :        JS/SS (Officers from Rolling Stock and TRD)

COURSE DIRECTOR                                     :       Sr.Prof(TL)

OBJECTIVE         :        The course is aimed to impart knowledge about subjects in TL/AC, Some topics of General services like airconditioning fundamentals,Power supply distribution, earthing, airconditioning in LHB coaches.

 CONTENTS

 I.               TRAIN LIGHTING & AIR-CONDITIONING OF RAILWAY COACHES & STATIONARY PLANTS

*              Train Lighting systems..

*                Maintenance, Schedules and Problem.

*                Alternators and Regulators for TL/AC with wiring arrangement. 

*                Fire prevention in coaches.

*                 Different types of batteries used in TL/AC & failures, Maintenance                   schedule.

*                Inverters in RMPU AC units in SG Coaches.

*               Reliability in TL/AC.

*               LHB Coaches.

*               Performance of AC coaches and directives of MSG meeting.

*              Comparison of Air-conditioning in LHB and conventional coaches.

*              MSG Meeting ITEMS.

*              Tendering process, Do�s & Don�ts with respect to works tenders.

*               Visit to coaching Dept.

II.      GENERAL POWER SUPPLY & DISTRIBUTION :

*                   Power supply system and distribution in General Service.

*                   Earthing.

*                  Air-conditioning fundamentals 

             CONDITION MONITORING:

*                   Transformer Oil & its Testing.

*                   Cables and it's testing.

*                   Mechanical components.

*                   Lead Acid Batteries & important testing.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. TRS1 to TRS4

Two Weeks course on TRS & TRO Subjects.

DURATION                                   :        2  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                          :        JS/SS (Officers of GS & TRD stream)

COURSE DIRECTOR                  :        Asstt.. Professor                                            

OBJECTIVE                                :        The course is aimed to impart knowledge about basic theory, design and features about locos including 3-Phase Loco and also in operation and maintenance of various locos officers of GS & TRD stream.

CONTENTS

 I.        LOCOMOTIVE OPERATION :

*                    Specific Energy Conservation: with a view to develop appropriate driving techniques.

*               Trouble shooting of electric locomotive.

*                Brake circuit problems (Demonstrations in loco lab).

*                Man Power Planning and motive power planning.

*                Review of power plan.

*                Optimization of crew and loco links, explanation of above procedures with case studies demonstrating the scope of savings in crew and locomotives. (use of computerized techniques for this purpose).

*                   Line haul cost and loco statistics.

*                Trip Shed maintenance.

II.       3-PHASE LOCOMOTIVES  :

*                   General description and equipment layout.

*                   VVVF Control of induction motor used on TM

*                   Description of power and auxiliary circuits (block diagram level).

*                   Control Electronics - 3 tier control system.

*                   Operation of locomotives including energisation, haulage, different modes of operation.

*                   Diagnostic system and trouble shooting.

*                   Trip schedule & handling of breakdowns.

III.      LOCOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE :

*                    Evolution of locomotives

*                    Tractive Effort , Train Resistance

*                    Weight Transfer and Adhesion

*                   General description and equipment lay out.

*                   Control and power circuit of conventional locomotive

*                   Traction motor maintenance

*                   Pneumatic circuits.

*                   Maintenance Schedule and their periodicity.

*                   Activities in different schedules.

*                  

IV       CONDITIONING MONITORING

*                      Transformer and tap changer,

*               Cables and rotating machines &

*               Axles and armature shafts by UST of contacts by thermography.

*                MSG Items.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :       No.TRD1 To TRD3

2 Week  course on TRD Subject.

DURATION                                   :        2 Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                           :        JS/SS/JAG

COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Sr.Professor (TRD)

OBJECTIVE                                                    :   The course is aimed to impart Knowledge about TRD in general to Officers working in GS,TRS , TRO and Construction .

CONTENTS

I.        OHE :

*      Stages of Railway Electrification. Types of Traction Distribution Systems on IR .

*      Details of OHE Conductors, Cantilever Assembly , contact wire height & stagger, Regulatory Equipments (ATD), Overlaps , turn outs , cross overs , Neutral sections: PTFE; Dynamic neutral section, Section insulators , Current collection dynamics, Principles of Sectioning, Structures and Foundations ,  FBM Code & selection of foundations, Bonding .

II.       PSI & SCADA :

*      Power Supply Systems.

*      Familiarization of Traction Sub-station - Equipments and layout.

*      Protective scheme of 25 kV AC Traction Sub-station.

*      Earthing.

*      Concept of SCADA

III.      ENERGY CONSERVATION ACT :

*      Salient features and Certification procedure & syllabus for Energy Auditor & Manager.

*      Energy Management in TRD Installations.

IV.     INDIAN ELECTRICITY ACT :

*      Salient Features.

V.      CONDITION MONITORING :

*      Testing of  Transformer Oil.

*      Tan Delta Testing.

*      DGA Test.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :       No.RE1 &RE2

1 Week  course on TRD Subject.

DURATION                                   :      1 Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                           :        JS/SS/JAG/SG

COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Sr.Professor (TRD)


CONTENTS

Design of Foundation, Selection of Masts, FBM Code,Types of cements, concrete materials for foundation (Measurements, mixing, curing, quality control etc.), Transmission Line (Survey, Sag Template chart, Tower Design, Foundation, relevant maintenance practices etc.), Special Design of Bridges, Clearance Study for Power Line Crossing, FOB, ROB, through Girder Bridges, Tender documents of OHE, Structure Design,Details of OHE, Design of Dropper/Cantilever, adjustment of ATD, Turn out & Cross overs,Power Supply System, Familiarization of Traction Sub-station,Protection Schemes,etc.


COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. SPE1

Railway Statistics.

 DURATION                                :           1 Week.

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        JS/SS/JA.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Professor (Computer)

�          OBJECTIVE      :        To understand the statistics being maintained on Indian Railway pertains to electrical department.

 CONTENTS

*                          Various methods of maintaining statistics.

*                   Data from Year Book.

*                   Data on various topics such as AC/DC energy conservation.

*                   Locos.

*                   TRD.

*                   Plant & Equipment.

*                   Operations.

*                   Volume of Traffic.

*                   Employment and Wages.

*                   Financial Results.

*                   Data pertains to Electrical Department. in Railway's working.

*                   Line Haul Cost and SEC.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. TOT1, TOT2

Training of Trainers

DURATION                                        :        1 Week.

DESIGNED FOR                                :       TOT-1 at IRIEEN for Principles/Vice Principles(Gazetted                             

                                                                    only) of ETCs IR and TOT-2 for Instructors (Non-                             

                                                                    Gazetted ) of ETCs of IR at CETI Thakurli Mumbai.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                         :        Lecturer.

 OBJECTIVE         :        Methodology and coverage of training in various areas.

 CONTENTS

 Any topics on current Electrical Engineering in -

*                    Traction Rolling Stock (Maintenance).

*                   Traction Rolling Stock (Operation).

*                   Traction Distribution.

*                   Train Lighting.

*                   General Services & Air Conditioning.

*                   Instrumentation.

*                   Electronics.

*                   Computers.

*                   MSG Meeting with list of all subjects.

*                  RTI act & Disability act

*                  Presentation Skillls

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :       Audit1 & Audit 2

          Energy  Audit.  

DURATION                                    :        2 Weeks

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        JS/SS/JAG.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Professor (G)

 OBJECTIVE                               :        To prepare the participants for obtaining the National Certificate for Energy Managers and Energy Auditors on Indian Railways.

CONTENTS

*      Energy Perspective.

*      Energy Management.

*      Syllabus as per Bureau of Energy Efficiency(BEE) to make the participants conversant so as to appear for the examination of Energy Auditors and Energy Managers.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE       :        Contract 1 & Contract 2

   Contract and Arbitration.

DURATION                                :        1 Week.

DESIGNED FOR                           :        JS/SS/JAG.

COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Sr. Professor(TL)

OBJECTIVE                            :        To impart knowledge about preparation of Tender bid document / specification, execution of contracts and handling arbitration proceedings etc.

CONTENTS

*        Legal connotations of Contract.

*        Classification of contracts.

*        Types of tenders.

*        Pre-tendering procedures: Tender Specification/Schedule framing,Framing of Special conditions, Estimate sanction.

*      General conditions of contract - Discussion of specific clauses.

*      Procedure for inviting tender : NIT, precautions to be observed, EMD,

*       Procedure for opening of tender.

*        Briefing Notes.

*        Tender Committee functions, , Negotiation

*      Tender Acceptance, Contract Management.

*      Contract  Termination (Clause 61), Determination (Clause 62), Risk & Cost Tenders.

*      Vigilance case studies

*      Arbitration: Act provisions, procedure of asking for arbitration, arbitrator appointment, conducting arbitration, drafting of award, review of award, challenging award, Clause 63 (expected matters) and Clause 64, Power of Courts, time limits at various stages as laid down in Act and GCC.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE    :        No. PD1,  PD2 & PD2.

Personality Development.  

DURATION                                    :        1 Week.

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        JS/SS/JAG/SG.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Sr. Professor (Admn)

 OBJECTIVE                                :        Personality is a combination of multiple aspects of a human being.  The course is a confidence building process.  It helps one to understand better through the process of self-analysis.

CONTENTS

*      I             Leadership skills.

*                   Communication skills

*                   Effective Time Management.

*                    Personal effectiveness

*                   Motivation

*                 Presentation skills

*                 Stress management

*                 Goal setting (Management by objectives)

*                 Emotional intelligence

*                  Management in government (sharing of experiences)

*                 Stress management

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. SJ 1

Special Course for IRSEE ( For the Batch which has completed 25 years of service )

DURATION                                :        3 days.

DESIGNED FOR                           :        IRSEE-1985 Batch Officers.

COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Sr. Professor (Admn)

OBJECTIVE                           :        Sharing of experience on Indian Railway.

CONTENTS

Seminar and Group discussion on various topics pertaining to working on Railway Electrical Engineering (TRS, TRO, TRD, TL&AC, GS, Instrumentation, Condition Monitoring, Electronics, Computers etc.).

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             : Ref

Refresher Course for IRSEE

DURATION                                :         1 Week.

DESIGNED FOR                           :        IRSEE  

COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Sr . Professor (EMU)

OBJECTIVE                               :        To discuss current problems in the field  Working and to find out possible solution in various areas of railway electrical engineering (viz. TRS / TRO / TRD/ TL&AC & GS etc.).

 CONTENTS

 I         TRACTION ROLLING STOCK (MAINTENANCE)

*                  Maintenance problems of important equipment like traction motors, pneumatic equipment and discussion of MSG items.

 II.       TRACTION ROLLING STOCK (OPERATION)

*                          Collection of evidences at accident site and accident enquiry, case studies, electric loco problems.  Three phase loco operation, wheel skidding, case study.

 III.      TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                    Panto entanglement and OHE breakdown management.

 IV.      TL / AC & General Services.

*                  SMF Batteries, V belts, fire prevention in coaches, anti-theft measures for protection of TL material.  Maintenance of DG Sets.

 V.       GENERAL SERVICES & AIR CONDITIONING

*              I.E. Rules, Energy Conservation Act, Energy Audit.

*                 Problems of roof mounted units and extracts of MSG Meetings for AC Coach.

*                 Modern developments in AC coaches.

*                 Energy effective lighting system, Different failures in TL/AC�s .

*                 Global warning & Role of Electrical Engineers on Indian Railways.

VI.      INSTRUMENTATION

*                    Application of Non Destructive Techniques/Condition Monitoring Tools in Maintenance Management.

 VII.    GENERAL

*                  Contract management, dealing DAR cases in division, office procedure/file management.  Selection Procedures.  Tenders & Quotations.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. MS1

Material Science Course for Working Officers.

 DURATION                                    :        1 Week.

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        JS/SS/JA.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :     Professor(G)

 OBJECTIVE                               :        To understand and appreciate the  Specifications of components and materials correctly in order to understand the working of equipment of diverse makes and designs as well why and how it fails.

CONTENTS

*    Classification of materials � metallic, polymer, ceramic & composite.

*    Structure of materials � atomic, micro and macro.

*    Properties of materials � physical, mechanical and chemical.

*    Basics of Ferrous Metallurgy � explanation of iron-carbon diagram, TTT etc.

*    Different types of steel and Heat treatment of steel.

*    Non-Ferrous Metals � copper, aluminum, and various alloys.

*    Polymers � general classification, rubber, paints & lubricants.

*    Ceramics � types and properties.

*    Composites � types and properties.

*    Testing of material � for hardness, tensile, impact, metallography etc.

*      Fasteners and Welding.

*     Non Destructive Testing Methods � Magnetic Particle Testing, Liquid Penetrate Testing, Ultrasonic Testing, Acoustic Emission Testing, Thermal Imaging (Infra Red) Testing, Radiography, Vibration testing, Shock Pulse Measurement, Wear Debris Analysis, etc.Condition Monitoring of insulating oil, cables, transformers, and motors. Insulation Resistance, PI, DAR, SV, DD, PDC, RVM Tests, C and tanδ measurement, and Partial Dicharge

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE     :        No. IRSE / 1

Appreciation Course for IRSE Probationers.  

DURATION                                :        1 Week . 

DESIGNED FOR                           :        IRSE  Batch Probationers. 

COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Professor (Computer)                                                 

OBJECTIVE                               :        General exposure in areas requiring an Interface with electrical department e.g. pumping, illumination of building and railway electrification etc.

 CONTENTS

 I         TRACTION ROLLING STOCK and  OPERATION

*                 Organisational Structure.

*           Familiarization and functions of power equipment in Loco.  Weight   transfer, adhesion, requirements of high speed bogie.

*          Overview of Loco Lab.

*          Electric Loco Operataion

*      Introduction to Loco Maintenance

II.       TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                 History and importance of railway electric traction.

*          Organisational structure.

*           Interface with track.  Safety precautions to be taken while removing/changing rails and watering of coaches.

*           Bonding.  Rails/Girder bridges/Fencing etc.

*           Inter-departmental co-ordination.  Slewing, raising, turnout/crossover, unloading of concrete sleepers.

*                 OHE Yard.  Introduction to various OHE components.

*                 Requirements from RE.

IV.      GENERAL SERVICES

*                  Organisational structure.

*            Pumping, Pipelines and Conversion.

*            Building code interface with electrical wiring.

*             Illumination and ventilation.

 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. IRSSE / 1

Special Course for IRSSE (S&T) Probationers.

DURATION                                :           1 Week .

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        IRSSE  Batch Probationers.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Professor (Computer)

  OBJECTIVE                               :        Exposure in interface areas.

CONTENTS

I         TRACTION ROLLING STOCK & TRACTION ROLLING OPERATION

*                Organizational Structure.

*               Overview of Loco Lab.

*                Electric Loco Operation

*                            Man Power Planning.

*                Foot Plate Inspection.

*                Various mileages- and working hour rules for drivers.

*                 Co-ordination between section controller and TLC.

            II        TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                          History and importance of railway electrification.

*                 Basic concepts of TRD with special reference to bounding and earthing. Auxiliary transformers, clearances, mileage phones etc.

*                 Safety precautions.

III.      TRAIN LIGHTING, AIR CONDITIONING & GENERAL SERVICES

*                          Basic concepts  of Train Lighting & Air conditioning.

*                 Basic concepts of General Services .

*                 Prevention of theft.

*                   Energy conservation.

:        :        Exposure in interface areas. 

  CONTENTS

 I         TRACTION ROLLING STOCK and  OPERATION

*                 Organisational Structure.

*           Familiarization and functions of power equipment in Loco.  Weight   transfer, adhesion, requirements of high speed bogie.

*          Overview of Loco Lab.

*          Electric Loco Operataion

*    Introduction to Loco Maintenance

II.       TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                 History and importance of railway electric traction.

*          Organizational structure.

*           Inter-departmental co-ordination.  Slewing, raising, turnout/crossover,  unloading of concrete sleepers.

*          OHE Breakdowns

*           OHE Yard.  Introduction to various OHE components.

IV.      GENERAL SERVICES

*                  Organizational structure.

*            Pumping, Pipelines and Conversion.

*            Illumination and ventilation.

 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. IRSS / 1

Special Course for IRSS Probationers.

DURATION                                    :        1 Week .

DESIGNED FOR                            :        IRSS  Batch Probationers.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Professor (Computer)                                                 

OBJECTIVE                                   :        Familiarization of different equipments in  Railway Electrical engineering.  To tell about different technical specification of important equipment and development in areas of electrical department.  Familiarization with NDT for material and testing of electronic devices.

CONTENTS

 I         TRACTION ROLLING STOCK and TRACTION ROLLING OPERATION

*                 Evolution of electric loco.

*                 Classification of electric locos; location of equipment.

*                 Explanation of power circuit of locomotive.

*                 Operation of electric locomotives

 II       TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                          History and importance of railway electric traction.

*                 Different types of OHE Fittings.

*                 RDSO Specifications and testing of OHE items.

*                 Approved list of suppliers by RESO/CORE.  Need of approved supplier.

IV.      TRAIN LIGHTING

*                         Importance of train lighting as passenger amenity.

*                 A broad view of train lighting systems in use.

*                 Familiarization with equipment - Alternators/regulators, batteries, fans, power car equipment in EOG/MOG rakes.

 V.       GENERAL SERVIES & AIR CONDITIONING

*                 Distribution of power supply .

*                 Water supply pumping installations.

*                 General lighting.

*                 Air conditioning.

VI.      ELECTRONICS

*                   Over view of three phase  locomotive.

VII.     INSTRUMENTATION

*                 Role of Testing in Material Management.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. IRTS1

Appreciation Course for IRTS Probationers.

DURATION                                    :        1 Week .

DESIGNED FOR                            :        IRTS  Batch Probationers.

COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Professor (Computer)                                                

OBJECTIVE                           :        Exposure in interface areas.

CONTENTS

I.        TRACTION ROLLING STOCK & TRACTION ROLLING OPERATION

*           Organisational Structure.

*           Types of Locos.

*    Familiarization and functions of power equipment in Loco.  Weight    transfer, adhesion etc.

*            Man Power Planning.

*            Maintenance of Loco and Schedules.

*            Co-ordination between section controller and TLC.

II.              TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                  Power Blocks.

*            Maintenance of TRD schedules of OHE.

III.            TRAIN LIGHTING

*          Systems of Train Lighting & AC.

IV.            GENERAL

*         Project Management for R.E. and construction department.

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. IRPS1

Appreciation Course for IRPS Probationers.

DURATION                                :        1 Week.

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        IRPS  Batch Probationers.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                     :        Professor (Computer)                                                 

OBJECTIVE                               :        Exposure in interface areas.

CONTENTS

I.        TRACTION ROLLING STOCK & TRACTION ROLLING OPERATION

*                          Organisational Structure.

*                Types of Locos

*                            Man Power Planning.

*                 Various mileages- and working hour rules for drivers.

*                 Co-ordination between section controller and TLC.

*                 Calculations of various statistics and daily position.

V.             TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                         History and importance of railway electric traction.

*                Man Power Planning.

VI.            TRAIN LIGHTING

*                           Systems of Train Lighting.

*                 Man Power Planning.

*                 Prevention of theft.

VII.          GENERAL

*                 Project Management for R.E. and construction department.

 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :        No. IRAS1

Special Course for IRAS Probationers.

DURATION                                    :        1 Week.

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        IRAS  Batch Probationers.

 COURSE DIRECTOR                    :      Professor(Comp)                                                          

OBJECTIVE                                :        Exposure in interface areas.

CONTENTS

 I         TRACTION ROLLING STOCK & TRACTION ROLLING OPERATION

*                 Organizational Structure

*                 Man Power Planning.

*                 Various mileages- and working hour rules for drivers.

*                 Maintenance of Locos, Schedules, requirement of materials.

II        TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

*                 History and importance of railway electric traction.

*                 Man Power Planning.

*                 Tariff.

III.      TRAIN LIGHTING, AIR CONDITIONING & GENERAL SERVICES

*                 Systems of Train Lighting.

*                 Man Power Planning.


SYNOPSIS, SESSION-PLAN &SYLLABUS OF COURSES

Phase-I & Phase-II of IRSEE Prob. CONDUCTED BY SR.PROF.(G)

 

1.IRSEE (Prob) – Phase – I :-8 weeks = 40 days = 160 Sessions

Synopsis - To impart basic knowledge of all fields of major electrical assets used in Railways, like Train Lighting, Air-conditioning, electrical general services including pumps & lighting,Traction Distribution, Locomotive maintenance and operation, introduction to applied-electronics and computer applications used on Railways, material science, condition monitoring, personality development, Budget, WP, RSP and M&P, Estimates, Contract-management, Arbitration.

 

COURSECONTENTSFORPHASE-ITRAININGOFIRSEE (PROB)ATIRIEEN

 I         TRACTIONROLLINGSTOCK(MAINTENANCE)

1.Organizational structure & types of locomotives.

2.Power, Auxiliary & Brake circuit of AC Locos (conventional & 3 phase).

3.Loco equipment at roof, body, cabs & under-frame, in detail.

4.Bogie suspension system and drives.

5.General working of Electric Loco Shed.

6.Various Maintenance schedules of IA, IB, IC, AOH, & IOH .

7.Power & control circuit of ac & dc EMUs & MEMUs.

8.Working of EMU Car Shed & Workshop.

9.3 - Phase Locos & 3 Phase acdc EMUs.

II.       TRACTIONROLLINGSTOCK(OPERATION)

1.Organizational structure & duties of persons in TRO Organization.

2.Manpower & motive power planning- Crew Link & Loco Link for coaching, and assessment of crew for goods operation, Power Plan.

3.Crew Management – Training, Monitoring and Counseling of drivers. Safety category, road-learning, personal stores, downloading of ESMON data.

4.Rest & Mileage Rules, HOER & steps to reduce over-hours working.

5.Working of TLC, crew-depots, running rooms & trip-shed.

6.Safety, G & SR pertaining to loco & running staff.

7.Tractive effort, Adhesion and weight transfer.

III.      TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

1.Organizational structure and duties of Officers & Staff.

2.Need, benefits & justification of Railway Electrification.

3.Description of Over Head Equipments in detail.

4.Description of Power Supply Installations, in detail.

5.Description of Supervisory Remote Control (SCADA), in detail.

6.Study of drawings (LOP, SED etc.), various bonds & SOD.

7.Working of TPC, maintenance-depot & tower-wagon in detail.

8.Types of Foundations, Structures, cantilevers, & jumpers.

9.Maintenance Schedules of OHE, PSI & TSS.

IV.TRAIN LIGHTING AND AIR CONDITIONING OF COACHES

1.Organizational structure & duties.

2.Introduction to various systems of Train Lighting.

3.Drive-system & belts, Alternators & Regulators.

4.Batteries, different types & maintenance.

5.Types of coaches, Coach wiring, lighting, and fans.

6.Maintenance Schedules of Primary & Secondary Maintenance.

7.Rake links, requirement of coaches.

8.Fundamentals of air conditioning.

9.Air conditioning systems on coaches.

10.Power Cars & Pantry Cars.

11.Contract & Arbitration.

12.Various Plan Heads & introduction to Budget, RSP, WP, M&P.

 

 

V.     GENERAL SERVICES

1.Organizational structure.

2.Power Supply systems, substation equipments & maintenance.

3.General concepts of earthing.

4.Essentials of good lighting & Energy Conservation in Lighting.

5.Water supply pumping installations.

6.Window/ package AC, central plants, water coolers and refrigerators.

7.Lifts & escalators.

8.Maintenance schedules and practices for sub-stations, service-buildings and stationary ACs.

VI.      COMPUTERS

01.Word Processing & spread sheet application.

02.Use of Indian Language (Rajbhasha) on computers.

03.Introduction to Networking.

VIIMATERIAL SCIENCE

1.Classification of materials, effect of structure & processing on material-properties, steps in selection of materials.

2.Metals, Polymers, Ceramics & Composites.            

3.Classification and specifications of Steels used in Railways.

4.Carbon-Iron Diagram, Various heat treatment processes.

5.Fatigue, Corrosion, & Fracture – causes & prevention.

6.Lubricants & Paints- Specifications, properties and selection.

7.Rubber components – Specification, storage, & testing.

8.Electrolytic Copper – case studies of failure of catenary/contact.

9.Composites- types, properties & application in Railways.

10.Ceramics- types, properties & application in Railways.

11.Mechanical properties & Testing – for Tensile Strength, Hardness etc.

 

VIII CONDITION MONITORING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS

01.Condition Monitoring of Electrical equipment - basic concepts.

02.Diagnostic Testing of Insulation - IR, PI, DAR, SV, DD, RV, & PDC,

03.Tan Delta & Capacitance Measurement.

04.Condition Monitoring of Insulating Oil.

05.Hipot test, Surge-comparison test and Partial Discharge test.

06.Condition Monitoring of Transformers, Cables & Motors.

07.Acceptance, Routine & Type Tests on major equipment.

08.Vibration Monitoring, SPM, and wear-debris analysis.

IXPERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT :- Motivation & Communication Skills.

 

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2.IRSEE (Prob) – Phase – II :-6 weeks = 30 days = 120 Sessions

Synopsis - To impart detailed knowledge of common failures & POH maintenance of major equipment, case-studies, Reliability Action Plan, Vision 2020 pertaining to electrical department, RDSO’s SMIs, TCs, Decisions of MSG/ESC meetings.

 

COURSECONTENTSFORPHASE-IITRAININGOFIRSEE (PROB)ATIRIEEN

 I         TRACTIONROLLINGSTOCK(MAINTENANCE)

01.POH & MTR of Electric Locomotives.

02.Bogie repairs.

03.Traction Motor Maintenance.

04.Case Studies of Unscheduled Liftings.

05.UES & Must Change Items, RSP, M&P and idea of budget.

06.Under-frame- Springs, Gears, wheels, axle-box, wheel-profile.

07.Roller and Suspension Bearings, fits & tolerances.

08.MSG items, latest developments in TRS.

09.Various SMIs, TC & Modification Sheets issued by RDSO

10.ac EMU & MEMU - Power Circuit & equipments.

11.Brake system IRA VB2 and EMU Brakes.

 

II.      TRACTION ROLLING STOCK (OPERATION)

1.Trouble shooting of locos- Electrical and Pneumatic.

2.Trip Shed activities – safety checks, roof checking in power-block.

3.Tips for good engineman-ship to avoid stalling, parting, wheel-skidding.

4.Statistical data, Statement 4-A, SEC,Line Haul Cost & CRS Sanctions.

5.Carriage & Wagon problems in loco operation - Case studies.

6.Unusual occurrences in loco operation - Case studies.

7.Types of accidents & enquiry, Disaster management.

8.Important case studies of CRS Enquiries.

9.FOIS & CMS.

II.              TRACTION DISTRIBUTION

1.Basic principles of OHE designs.

2.Sectioning principles of OHE.

3.Protective scheme of 25 kV Traction Substation.

4.Types of TRD Break downs / Accident Management.

5.Panto entanglements, ATD maintenance issues.

6.Various types of traction-tariff, Regulatory Authorities.

7.Latest developments in TRD, Oliver-G, 2x25KV system.

8.MSG Meeting Items, SMIs & Technical Circulars issued by RDSO.

IV.      TRAIN LIGHTING & AC OF COACHES

1.Failures of TL & AC equipment & remedial Action Plan.

2.Fire in coaches - causes, remedies & case-studies.

3.LHB Coaches – depot-maintenance, downloading of failure-data.

4.Manufacturing & POH activities of coaches.

5.16/20 Point Action Plan & Instructions of Rly. Bd.

6.MSG Meeting Items.

7.ImportantSMIs & Modification sheets issued by RDSO

8.DOs & DONTs on Works Contract & Vigilance - Case Studies.

9.PPP mode of contracting.

V.        GENERAL SERVICES & AIR CONDITIONING

1.Failures of distribution transformers and Safety devices.

2.Electrical Fires in stationary installations - Causes and Prevention.

3.I. E. Act, Rules, Energy Conservation Act.

4.Welding systems, energy metering.

5.Global Warming, Green Energy & Role of Electrical Engineers.

6.BEE’s latest Directives, Building Code (ECBC).

VI.     COMPUTERS

1.Web Designing.

2.Visual Basic.

3.Auto CAD.

VI.      NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING

1.Introduction to Non-destructive Testing (NDT).

2.Magnetic Particle Testing.

3.Liquid Penetrate Testing.

4.Eddy Current Testing.

5.Ultrasonic Testing.

6.Acoustic Emission Testing.

7.Thermal Imaging (Infra Red) Testing.

8.Radiography Testing.

VII ELECTRONICS

 

    1. Electronics used in ERRU, SIV, Coach-Inverter etc.
    2. Experiments on PWM & VVVF Model in Labs.

 

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COURSE NUMBER & TITLE             :    COMP1, COMP2 & COMP3         Special  Course on COMPUTERS

DURATION                                    :        1 Weeks

 DESIGNED FOR                           :        Officers of all Departments (upto SG)

 COURSE DIRECTOR                    :        Professor (Computer)                                             

OBJECTIVE                                  :      

*        To equip with working  knowledge along with hands on training of  basic office automation tools.

CONTENTS                                                         

*    Coverage of all features of entire Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Access  and Power Point

*     Basics of Database Management Design covering aspects of table design, query , forms, reports .

*     Networking & Data Communication including brief introduction to networking protocols,

*     Network design, network hardware and software selection.

*    AutoCAD

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :    EMU1& EMU2

 Special  Course On EMU & MEMU

DURATION                              :      1  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      JS/SS (Officers working in EMU & MEMU  Sheds)

COURSE DIRECTOR                  :      Asst Professor  

OBJECTIVE                             :     The course is aimed to impart knowledge about   basic theory, design and features of EMU & MEMU including 3-        Phase and also operation and maintenance of EMU                                              

CONTENTS

I.          EMU & MEMU  OPERATION :

*    Train resistance - Speed Time Curve,  tractive effort, haulage power, with a view to help the participants to decide the choice of  EMU in suburban & MEMU in Main Line service.

*    Specific Energy Conservation: with a view to develop appropriate driving techniques.

*    Study of Power, Auxiliary and Light and fans and signalling circuit; Trouble shooting of  EMU & MEMU.

*    Study of Brake circuit and its problems.

*    Man Power Planning and requirement of EMUs in service.

*    Line haul cost and EMU statistics.

II.         3-PHASE EMUs/MEMUs (Future Prospective)  :

*    General description and equipment layout.

*    VVVF Control of induction motor used as TM

*    Description of power and auxiliary circuits (block diagram level).

*    Control Electronics.

*    Operation of 3-Phase EMUs including energisation, different modes of operation.

*    Diagnostic system and trouble shooting.

*    Maintenance schedule & handling of breakdowns.

III.        EMU & MEMU MAINTENANCE :

*    General description and equipment lay out.

*    Maintenance Schedule and their periodicity.

*    Activities in different schedules.

*    Out station  maintenance.

*    Study of Air Spring in Secondary suspension.

IV            CONDITIONING MONITORING

*    Transformer oil,

*    Cables and rotating machines

*    Axles and armature shafts by UST;  Contacts by thermography; Pins & cottors by magnetic particle and die penitration test;

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :   QITP1 &QITP2

 Special  course on Quality of Inspection  &                                                          Testing & Testing Principles.

DURATION                              :      1  Weeks

DESIGNED FOR                      :      JS/SS /JAG

COURSE DIRECTOR             :      Sr.Professor(G)   

OBJECTIVE                       :     To impart knowledge about Quality control mechanisms

CONTENTS

*     1.  Quality � concept, factors affecting quality, cost of quality, variability, SD.

*    Quality Control � Need for Statistical Quality Control (SQC), SQC tools.

*    Methods of SQC � Control Charts, process limits, process capability, etc.

*    Inspection by sampling � need & comparison with 100% inspection.

*    Inspection by attributes, Inspection by variables, sampling, sample-size.

*    Acceptance Sampling, OC curve, AQL, LTPD, Sampling Plans, etc.

*    Normal, reduced, tightened & discontinue of inspection.

*    Experience sharing by Officers from M/S RITES.

*    TPM, TQM, Six Sigma and Lean control.

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :   ETO1, ETO2 & ETO3

   Special course on Electric Traction Operation

DURATION                              :      1 Week.

DESIGNED FOR                      :      JAG/SAG

COURSE DIRECTOR             :      Sr.Professor(TRD)   

OBJECTIVE                           :     Making Trainees aware about the TRO Organization Concepts and Functioning

CONTENTS

*     Train Dynamics � Adhesion, train-resistance, tractive effort (TE) etc.

*    Loco Haulage Capability � Load Tables, TE vs. Speed Curves.

*    Enginemanship � Good driving, steps to avoid stalling, parting & large SEC.

*    Loco Requirement � Assessment based on Power Plan, Pass train links.

*    Crew Requirement � Assessment based on Power Plan, duty-hr, train links.

*    Crew Training � Initial, promotional, refresher and simulator training, ZTC.

*    Working of TLC organization � Coordination with Tfc, FOIS, duties of TLC, etc

*    Working of Crew Depot � Rest, PME, Road Learning, Yard Detention, etc.

*    Management of Running Room and Trip Shed.

*     Duties of ALP, LP, LI and CCOR.

*     Line Haul Cost and SEC.

*    Safety Items to be monitored by TRO organization, Disaster Manaement.

*     TRO Performance Parameters.

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE  : PAM1 & PAM2

(SPECIAL COURSE IN PASSENGER AMENITIES AND    MODERNISATION)

Duration                :       1 week

Designed for           :      JS/SS/JAG/SG

Course Director        :     Sr professor (TL)

OBJECTIVE:  To impart  training regarding Passenger amenities and Modernisation

CONTENTS

*    Modern Passenger amenities in coaches

*    Passenger amenities at stations

*    Salient features of LHB coaches

*    Comfort air conditioning  in LHB coaches

*    VVVF drives

*    Motivation/stress management

*    Design of good lighting in coaches/stations

*    Latest developments like facade lighting / LED lighting (Visiting faculty)

*    Green building technologies

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :    EL1 & EL2

   Special  Course On Electric Lighting

DURATION                              :        1  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      JS/SS/JAG/SG

COURSE DIRECTOR               :      Sr. Professor (GS)   

OBJECTIVE                             :     Modern Train Lighting concepts

CONTENTS

*    Light Sources

*    Design of Good lighting

*    Latest trends in lighting (Visiting Faculty)

*    Visit to lighting products factory

*    Visit to photometric laboratory

*    Lighting design using software

*    Energy conservation in lighting

*    Clean development mechanism (Visiting Faculty)

*    Contract and arbitration

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :    ENCES1 & ENCES2

   Special  Course  On exploitation of Non �

    Conventional Energy sources

DURATION                              :         1  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      JAG/SAG

COURSE DIRECTOR               :       Sr.Professor(GS)   

OBJECTIVE                             :  

                                                   To increase awareness about Non Conventional  Energy Sources 

CONTENTS

*    Power scenario and renewable energy

*    Clean development mechanism and Global warming (Visiting faculty)

*    Fuel cell technologies

*    Modern Lighting including LED lighting

*    Developments in Solar energy

*    Details of wind turbine and developments(Visiting faculty)

*    Visit to wind farm of M/S Suzlon

*    Motivation/stress management

*    Energy conservation

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :    DTMP1 & DTMP2

 Special  Course On Development in   Technologies for Motive Power.

DURATION                              :      1  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      JAG/SAG

COURSE DIRECTOR               :      Professor (Electronics)   

OBJECTIVE                             :  A course   is designed to impart insight into the latest development in the field of Electric Traction Technology

CONTENTS

*    Development to bogies ,

*    Traction Motors Braking Traction Control systems;

*    Cab Signalling

*     Loco superstructure

*     EMU

*     Auxiliaries ,

*     Protection Systems

*     3 phase locomotives

*     Brain Storming sessions.


COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :    Elect1, Elect2 & Elect3                                                         

 Special  course on Electronics

DURATION                              :      2  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                        :    JS/SS 

COURSE DIRECTOR                  :      Professor (Electronics)   

OBJECTIVE                             :     To familiarize with principles of working, testing of  electronic devices.  AC/DC drive system used on railways.  Theory and application of microprocessors on railways.

CONTENTS

*    Semi-conductor devices, power diodes, power transistor, SCR, Triac, GTO, IGBT.

*    Power electronics: Rectifiers, DC Chopper, Inverters.

*    Electric drives. (D.C. Drives and A.C. Drives).

*    Instrumentation system.

*    Microprocessors and micro controllers.

*    Digital Electronics. (Logic gates, Coder, Decoders, MUX, Demux, Flipflop, D latch, Counters, Registors, Memories).

*    Analog electronics (operational amplifiers) - Transducers, single conditioners.

*    Application of electronics to machine tools.

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :    CDM

  One day seminar on Clean Development                                                         Mechanism.

DURATION                              :      One day.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      All Electrical Department Officers

COURSE DIRECTOR                  :      Professor(Loco)   

OBJECTIVE       :    To impart basic knowledge pertaining to 

Clean Development Mechanism .

CONTENTS

*    Global warming ,

*    Clean Development Mechanism ,

*    CDM project cycle ,

*    Approved methodologies in Energy Conservation .

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :    ECBC

 One day seminar on Energy Conservation

                                                            Building Code.

DURATION                              :      One day.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      All Electrical Department Officers

COURSE DIRECTOR                  :      SR.Professor(GS)   

OBJECTIVE                             :     To impart basic knowledge pertaining to 

Energy Conservation Building Code .

CONTENTS :

*     Energy Conservation Building Code ,

*    Gruha Rating and Case study in improving performance of buildings.

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :   DIDO1  & DIDO 2

 Special  Course On Development &    Improvement in Design in OHE.

DURATION                              :      1  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      JS/SS/JAG

COURSE DIRECTOR                  :      SR.Professor(TRD)   

OBJECTIVE                             :     To impart knowledge pertaining to

Design and development in design of OHE and PSI .

CONTENTS

Design of droppers , cantilevers , structures and foundations . Capacitor Bank design , Earthing Design . Developments in OHE and PSI design .

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE   :   METRO1

 Special  Course On Emerging Technologies

                                                           For Metro

DURATION                              :      1  Weeks.

DESIGNED FOR                        :      JS/SS/JAG

COURSE DIRECTOR                  :      Professor (ELECTRONICS)   

OBJECTIVE                                  :     A curtain raiser course for Railway and Metro Railway officers to give idea about Metro Rail Projects.

CONTENTS            :    

*    Metro Traffic Planning

*    Scope of Metro Projects

*    Metro Projects Financing

*    Metro Project Execution scheduling

*    Rolling Stock Technology Options

*    Track Technology Options

*    Technologies for signalling

*    Manpower planning for maintenance.




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