WOOD WORK TECHNICIAN

Affiliated to NCVT (Govt. of India)

Course Duration
This course is of 27 months (Inclusive of 3 months Industrial Training for eligible candidates) which is extendable to 6 months
Entry Qualification
VIII PASS
No. of seats
Total number of seats available for one academic session is 8
Job Prospects
  • As Carpenters in carpentry shops.
  • Set up own Carpentry/Repairing shop.
  • Welding technician in industries.
  • Can set up own fabrication workshop.
  • Assistant plumber in hotels/industries.
  • Plumber in our own community

Course Introduction

Carpenter Trade is a small scale craftsman course. The duration of the Trade is one year and having two semesters with six months each. During this carpentry skilled trade, students are studies about the things like cutting, shaping and installation of building materials during the construction of buildings, ships, timber bridges, concrete formwork and the like. The trade is career orienting in nature as also it looks like. After passing it successfully students have so many job options including self-employment, the best one ever. Students willing for higher studies can also go for it as it enhances their job scopes.

First Semester

Trade Theory
  • Various safety measures.
  • Demonstration of trade hand tools and equipment.
  • Practice of using trade tools.
  • Practice of different joint and soldering method.
  • Identification of different types of wire and cable.
  • Grouping of cells for a specified voltage and current.
Trade Practical
  • Fundamental of electricity and its laws.
  • Wires, cables and electrical accessories.
  • Chemical and heating effect of electric current
  • Cells and batteries.
  • Basic computers.

Second Semester

Trade Theory
  • Electrical measuring instrument.
  • Power and energy.
  • Electrical wiring system.
  • Electrical appliances.
  • Illumination
  • Magnetism and electro magnetism.
Trade Practical
  • Practice of measuring instrument.
  • Domestic wiring method and testing.
  • Installation of different electrical fixture.
  • Industrial wiring.
  • Practice on earthing.

Third Semester

Trade Theory
  • D.C generator
  • D.C motor
  • Polyphase
  • Alternator
  • A.C circuit
  • A.C three phase motor.
Trade Practical
  • Testing of various electrical circuits.
  • Identification the part of D.C generator and Alternator.
  • Practice of connecting starter for motor.
  • Power wiring for D.C and A.C motor

Fourth Semester

Trade Theory
  • Transformer
  • Generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power.
  • Sub-station equipment, types of indoor & outdoor pole mounting.
  • Under-ground (UG) cable.
Trade Practical
  • Identification of types of transformer.
  • Visit of generating station.
  • Familiarization and operation of various switches.
  • Demonstration and practice in terminating on U.G cable/ bus bag chamber.
  • Synchronizing
  • Control panel wiring.