ELECTRONICS MECHANIC 1st YEAR WEEK WISE NSQF SYLLABUS (SPILT UP)

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WEEK. NO. 11

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :- Plan and execute  soldering & de-soldering of various electrical components like Switches, PCB & Transformers for electronic circuits. (Mapped NOS: ELE/N7812)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 25 Hrs; Professional Knowledge 05  Hrs  (for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Different types of soldering guns, related to Temperature and wattages, types of tips.
    • Solder materials and their grading.
    • Use of flux and other materials.
    • Selection of soldering gun for specific requirement.
    • Soldering and De-soldering stations and their specifications.
    • Different switches, their specification and usage.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Various Switches
  • 44. Practice soldering on different electronic components, small transformer and lugs. (04 Hrs.)
  • 45. Practice soldering on IC bases and PCBs. (04 Hrs.)
  • 46. Practice de-soldering using pump and wick. (04 Hrs.)
  • 47. Join the broken PCB track and test. (04 Hrs.)
  • 48. Identify and use SPST, SPDT, DPST, DPDT, tumbler, push button, toggle, piano switches used in electronic industries. (04 Hrs.)
  • 49. Make a panel board using different types of switches for a given application. (05 Hrs.)

WEEK. NO. 12

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :- Test various electronic components using proper measuring instruments and compare the data using standard parameter. (Mapped NOS: ELE/N5804)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 100 Hrs; Professional Knowledge 25  Hrs  (for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s Law.
    • Resistors; types of resistors, their construction & specific use, color-coding, power rating.
    • Equivalent Resistance of series parallel circuits.
    • Distribution of V & I in series parallel circuits.
    • Principles of induction, inductive reactance.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Active and Passive Components
  • 50. Identify the different types of active electronic components. (06 Hrs.)
  • 51. Measure the resistor value by colour code and verify the same by measuring with multimeter. (06 Hrs.)
  • 52. Identify resistors by their appearance and check physical defects. (06 Hrs.)
  • 53. Identify the power rating of carbon resistors by their size. (06 Hrs.)

WEEK. NO.  13

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :- Test various electronic components using proper measuring instruments and compare the data using standard parameter. (Mapped NOS: ELE/N5804)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 100 Hrs; Professional Knowledge 25  Hrs  (for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Behaviour of inductor at low and high frequencies.
    • Series and parallel combination, Q factor.
    • Capacitance and Capacitive Reactance, Impedance.
    • Types of capacitors, construction, specifications and applications. Dielectric constant.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • 54. Practice on measurement of parameters in combinational electrical circuit by applying Ohm’s Law for different resistor values and voltage sources. (06 Hrs.)
  • 55. Measurement of current and voltage in electrical circuits to verify Kirchhoff’s Law. (06 Hrs.)
  • 56. Verify laws of series and parallel circuits with voltage source in different combinations. (06 Hrs.)
  • 57. Measure the resistance, Voltage, Current through series and parallel connected networks using multi meter. (06 Hrs.)
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