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Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS)
(Two years/Four Semesters)

Revised in – 2014

Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment (DGE&T)

OR NTC/NAC passed in the “Draftsman Mechanical” trade with 3 years post qualification experience. Entry Qualification : Passed 10th Class with Science and Mathematics under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent 7. one must have Degree/Diploma and other must have NTC/NAC qualifications. (ii) Instructor qualification for WCS and E. Employability skills 40 Hours 28Hours 6 Hours 2 Hours 2 Hours Extra curricular activity 2 Hours . 5.7 Kw. Space Norms : 64 Sq. Name of the Trade : DRAUGHTSMAN(MECHANICAL) 2.Trainees per unit : 16 (Supernumeraries/Ex-Trainee allowed :5) 8a. 8b. 3. Mtrs 6. Desirable Qualification Note: (i) Out of two Instructors required for the unit of 2(1+1). Power Norms : 3. &Sc. as per the training manual.GENERAL INFORMATION 1.40 Two year (Four semesters each of six months duration) 4. Qualification for Instructor : Degree in Mechanical Engineering from recognized university with one year post qualification experience in the relevant field. NCO Code No. OR Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized board of technical education with two year post qualification experience in the relevant field. Duration of Craftsmen Training : : 030. Distribution of training on Hourly basis: Total hours /week Trade practical Trade theory Work shop Cal.D. : Preference will be given to a candidate with Craft Instructor certificate (CIC) in Draftsman Mechanical Trade.

3. etc and private industries in India & abroad. 2. BEML. Ship building and repair 6. Further learning pathways: · · · On successful completion of the course trainees can pursue Apprenticeship training in the reputed Industries / Organizations. In public sector industries like BHEL. design new parts . Knowledge of Technical English terms used in industry. On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for Diploma course. 5. Terminal Competency/Deliverables: After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence. 3. 1. 4. Service industries like road transportation and Railways. Knowledge in CAD/CAM. the candidates shall be gainfully employed in the following industries: 1. NTPC. On successful completion of the course trainees can opt for CITS course. Self employment 4.COURSE INFORMATION 1.assembly . Building & construction. 2. Production & Manufacturing industries. 8. Trainees will work as a junior draughtsman in industry 2. Automobile and allied industries 4. Structural Fabrication like bridges. Introduction: § This course is meant for the candidates who aspire to become a professional Draughtsman. Prepare drawing. drawing 3. . Roof structures. Employment opportunities: On successful completion of this course.details . Infrastructure and defence organisations 7.sections.

Terminology – feature. Warning. Layout of drawing sheet as per B. Personal protective Equipments(PPE):Basic injury prevention. helix & spiral. Definition of ellipse. Health & Safety: Introduction to safety equipments and their uses. Drawing of straight and curved lines. Hazard identification and avoidance. Use of Fire extinguishers. Health.g. Practice in using instruments. DMM . . datum dimension. Basic safety introduction.01) Duration: Six Month Week Trade practical no. parabola. Preventive measures for electrical accidents & steps to be taken in such accidents. Their care and maintenance. Block letters & numerals. principles. cycloid curves. and system failure. functional feature. hyperbola. Response to emergencies e. metal chips/burrs etc. power failure.S. circles etc. construction of involutes.S. Soft Skills: its importance and Job area after completion of training. operation of Electrical mains. Safety and Environment guidelines.I.. polygons. description and use of drawing instruments & various equipments used in drawing office. Definition & method of drawing involutes cycloid curves. Introduction of first aid. Single & double stroke ratio 7: 4. Drawing angles. 7 Dimensioning technique 2 3 4 5 Type of lettering proportion and spacing of letters and words. Disposal procedure of waste materials like cotton waste. Circles. 5: 4 Nomenclature. 1 Importance of trade training. Units of dimensioning. Introduction to 5S concept & its application. Trade theory Importance of safety and general precautions observed in the in the industry/shop floor.I. caution & personal safety message. All necessary guidance to be provided to the new comers to become familiar with the working of Industrial Training Institute system including stores procedures. safety signs for Danger. functional dimension. Lines and their meanings Terms & definitions. parabola & hyperbola. Introduction of PPEs. Lay out of a drawing sheet as per B. Construction of ellipse. Operation of electrical mains. system of dimensioning. List of tools & Machinery used in the trade. Occupational Safety & Health Importance of housekeeping & good shop floor practices. fire.polygons and circles. Introduction of First aid. legislations & regulations as applicable.SYLLABUS FOR THE TRADE OF DRAUGHTSMAN (MECHANICAL) First Semester (Semester Code no. helix & spiral. Different types of lines & their uses in drawing. Basic first aid. 6 Plane geometrical construction triangle. different methods of their construction.

diagonal & vernier. Free hand sketching. symbols & abbreviations.I. Importance of free hand sketching.plain. its need in industry & different method of developing the surfaces. 16-17 Development of surfaces bounded by plane. Development of solids intersecting each other. Method of dimensioning & common features. finding out the true shape surfaces cut by oblique planes. venire scale & scales of appropriate uses. First angle and third angle projection. diagonal scales. projections. Intensive free hand sketching of m/c parts along with projection of simple machine parts in lst angle projection. 18 Interpenetration of two prisms with their axes intersecting at right angles. cones. Principle of R. Definition of Intersection & interpenetration curves.S. cones. Principal of orthographic projection. pyramids and frustums in various position. Planes and their normal. . Solution of problems to find out the true shape of surfaces when solids are cut by different cutting planes. Interpenetration of cones & pyramids with their axes intersecting at an angle. Interpenetration of cone cylinder. chords 13 Sectional views – Different types of section. 19 Interpenetration of prisms with their axis intersecting at an angle. Development of surfaces bounded by plane of revolution Development of an oblique cone with elliptical base etc. scales. Intersection of cylinder. Parts not shown in section. machine drawing. Types of sectional views & their uses. pyramids and frustums.8 9-10 11 12 Projection of points and lines. Projections and orthographic projection. their Scale. hatching. Definition of development. Projection of machine parts drawn in the above exercise in 3rd angle projection. cones.prism. practice in drawing free hand straight lines. Importance sectional views. elliptical figures with irregular contour & free hand sketch of a machine part such as tool post of a Lathe. Common method to find out the curve of interpenetration Solution of problems on interpenetration of prism. conventional signs. Constructions of different types of scales. Material and equipment required in sketching. Projection of solids. 15 Conventional sings and symbols. Folding of prints for filing Cabinets or binding as per SP: 46-2003 section lines of different materials.F. curved lines polygons. circles. Different types of section lines and abbreviations as per B. & pyramids with their axes intersecting at an angle. Comparative scales. Projection of plane figures. Projection of solids like prism. 14 Projection of solids. & pyramids intersecting each other.

Revision Examination . Different methods of drawing Isometric views. Oblique projection of solids and machine parts perspective projection of solid. Difference between Isometric drawing & Isometric projection. Isometric scale.20 Isometric projection of geometrical solids. Types of perspective projection Fundamental concept and definition. Principle and types of oblique projection. 21 Isometric projection of a machine part with irregular curves. Free hand isometric drawing of actual objects. 22 23-24 25 Principle of isometric projection. Advantage of oblique projection over isometric projection. Dimensioning an isometric drawing. Location of station point. Isometric projection of a simple Journal Bearing.

types of screw thread. Welded joints. files. Types of bolts and studs. Method of using precision measuring instrument such as vernier height gauges 9 ALLIED TRADE TURNING Plain turning . Different types of locking devices. types of detailed drawing . terms. vernier. cap screws. cold chisel. 6 Types of rivets. 2 Types of nuts and washers. 5 Keys. hammers Description and application of simple measuring tools. Different types of machine screws. callipers. terms and proportions or riveted joints. DMM .Taper turning with different method Safety precaution for lathes Description of parts of Lathe & its accessories. proportion and their uses. use centre punch different types of files. with BIS convention Types of bolts and studs with BIS convention. threads conventions. their proportions and uses. Different types of foundation bolts. etc. machine screws caps screw set screw with BIS convention Foundation bolts with BIS convention. . uses. uses. Method of using precision measuring instrument such as inside & outside micrometers. depth gauges . 8 ALLIED TRADE. terms nomenclature. Description of Welded Joints and their representation (Actual and Symbolic) Indication of Welding Symbol on drawing as per BIS. Types of riveted joints.FITTING Use of different types of fitters hand tools. hacksaws and hack sawing chisels. types of riveted joints with BIS conventions Types of fastening materials. and their proportion. pins and circlips. cotters. Trade theory Screw threads. Working drawing of welded Structures. Types of assembly drawing. circlips and pins with BIS conventions Purpose. 3 4 Locking devices.SYLLABUS FOR THE TRADE OF DRAUGHTSMAN (MECHANICAL) Second Semester (Semester Code no. types of rivets. And proper method of using them. Description of vices. set screws and their specification.02) Duration: Six Month Week Trade practical no 1 Screw threads with BIS conventions (free hand sketching as well as with instruments). stepped turning . preparation of bill of materials. hammers. different types of key (Heavy duty and Light duty) and proportions use of cotters. Conventional representation 7 To prepare working drawing of riveted structure as per conventional system Causes of failure of riveted joint efficiency of riveted joints. Use of welding symbols. Types of nuts & their proportion.

types of bearing. use of moulding tools.e. IS:2709.C ENGINE Familiarization & Identification of different parts of i. C. slip gauges . Name and brief description of the Hand tools identification of gas cylinders. pin type flexible coupling. classification of couplings. claw coupling. Different types of welded joints and necessary preparation required for these.I. ALLIED TRADE :WELDING & FOUDRY MAN/MOULDER Use of hand tools used In Gas and in electric welding of object by gas and electric according to drawing Different types of mould. tolerance. cores and core dressing. flanged coupling. geometrical tolerance. frictional and anti frictional bearings. Brief description of internal combustion engines. Indications of symbols for machining and surface finishes on drawing(grades and micron values) Production of interchangeable parts. Welding symbols as applied to drawing.10 11 12 ALLIED TRADE MACHINIST Use of jigs and fixtures Simple operations on milling machine such as plain is milling and key way cutting. universal bevel protractor.) Working drawing of a simple bearing and foot step bearing 16 callipers . Marking out castings and forgings.C Motors Generators of common types and their uses Names and brief description of common equipment necessary for sheet metal work Electrical units and quantities. Use of a bearing. crank shaft< injector fuel pump etc. The description. carburettor spark plug. Couplings. Uses and proportion of different types of couplings. Limits. fit. setting up and operation of shaping. mallet. Simple examples of calculation of current voltage. Toleranced dimensioning. Laws of electricity. . 13 Symbols for machining and surface finishes (grades and micron values) 14 Working drawing of(muff coupling. sine bars. Safety precautions. ALLIED TRADE:MMV. etc. cone friction clutch. Hand tools used for molding. geometrical tolerance. friction grip coupling. 15 Working drawing of couplings (oldham’s coupling. Circuit). Different types and uses of joints employed in sheet metal work. slotting and planning machines ALLIED TRADE : SHEET METAL Use of hand tools such as planishing hammers stakes. ALLIED TRADE: ELECTRIAN Familiarization with the measuring instruments machinery and panels used in electrician trade Electrical and Electronic symbols and simple wiring diagrams. bricks prick punch etc.C & D. resistance in series and parallel connection (D. such as cylinder block piston. Materials used for couplings. Engines (Both spark ignition & compression/ignition-2 stroke & 4 stroke engines). Development of surfaces. camshaft. Brief Description of milling shaping slotting and planning machines Quick return mechanism of these machines Name and brief description of common equipment necessary for sheet metal work. universal coupling) couplings. necessity of coupling. dial indicators. Familiarization with IS: 919. use and care of hand tools A.

Advantages of using Autocad Auto CAD main Menu. Introduction to computer. Polar Co-ordinate System Polar Co-ordinate System and Relative Co-ordinate System and Relative Co-ordinate System. windows PRACTICE ON COMPUTER Practice on two useful software via MSWord & MS Excel. Parts of anti frictional bearings (ball. Undo commands 22-23 In-plant training / Project work (work in a team) 24 Revision 25 Examination . Save. MS Office & operating system Introduction to Auto CAD 20 Introduction to Auto CAD.17 18 19 Details and assembly drawing of Plummer block. thrust ball. Break. Difference between frictional and anti frictional bearings. screen menu. Advantages of anti frictional bearings. Erase. Tool bars. command line. needle & taper roller) Materials and proportion of parts. roller. Break. model space Drawing layouts. Undo Exercise using Line. 21 Related Exercises using Absolute Coordinate system. File creation. Open existing drawings. Create Line. Properties of frictional bearing (sliding bearing) materials. Absolute Co-ordinate system . creation of Drawing Sheet as per ISO. Erase. Details and assembly drawing of self aligning bearing (swivel bearing) Material used for frictional bearings.

Move. Extrude. Array. Copy. nos. Layers Modify Layers. Chamfer. stepped and built up pulleys. 5 6 7 8-9 Dimensioning drawings. Scale. CAD: Drawing practice using 3D primitives. Hatch Commands. pulley ratio etc. DMM . Break. Undo 2 CAD: Exercise using Trim. Inserting drawings. Print preview Pulleys-solid. Chamfer Commands. Copy. Plotting.SYLLABUS FOR THE TRADE OF DRAUGHTSMAN (MECHANICAL) Third Semester (Semester Code no. Undo commands with Absolute Co-ordinate system. Layers and Modify Layers. Creating styles in dimensioning. Rotate. Make Block. Revolve command Setting User co-ordinate Systems. Plotting. 4 CAD: Practice using Creating templates. Trim. rope pulleys. Print preview Introduction to 3D.03) Duration: Six Month Week no. Revolve command. Inserting drawings. belt pulleys and drive. Fillet. Create Line. Standard pulleys width of pulley face. Modifying styles in dimensioning. Arc of contact. Break. Of belts needed in V-belt drive. 3D primitives. Offset. Erase. Insert Block. Offset. Modifying styles in dimensioning. CAD: Creating styles in dimensioning. CAD: Drawing practice using Dimensioning drawings. . velocity ratio chain drive. Materials of belts slip and creep Velocity of belt. Creating templates. Erase. Fillet. Rotating. Insert Block. Polar Co-ordinate System and Relative Co-ordinate System. 3 CAD: Exercise using Move. Trade practical Trade theory 1 CAD: Exercise using Line. Rotate. union 3D drawing by using User co-ordinate systems. Belts-power transmitted by belt. Arc and Circle commands. Make Block. Array. velocity. Extrude. Hatch Commands. Scale. Simple exercise in calculation of belt speeds. subtract. Pulleys-pulley with different types of arms.

Piston. Types of cam. kinds of motion. Types of followers. Using CAD.C. Brief description of different types of pipe joints. Different types of pipes lay out systems. Use of Cams in industry.10-11 Pipe fittings. Different types of gears. Engines) with the application of tolerances. unions.I. Using Autocad.C. Brief description of petrol. Cross Head. 20-21 Working drawing of connecting rods (I. Terms used in cam. diesel and gas engines 22 23-25 26 In-plant training / Project work (work in a team) Revision Examination . 17-19 Working drawings of Eccentrics. Pipe threads. Different types of pipe joints Piping materials and specifications of W. & Steel pipes. Related theories. Cast gears and machined gears.C. Pipe fittings. Steam engine (I. displacement diagrams. bevel & worm. 12-14 Working drawing of gears such as spurs helical. Use of udomograph for drawing profile of gears etc 15-16 Cams with different motions to followers. Engine) with the application of tolerances. valves etc. different types of follower Drawing. Specifications of fittings. flanges. worm and worm wheel Use of gears in transmission of power.

Dead wt.create a sketch – create a new part Trade theory Working principle of valves and their description. 5 Drawing of a drilling Jig 6 7 Detailed drawing of a milling fixture Practice in designing a simple drilling jig for drilling holes in a given component. Different locating methods clamping devices. Drawing of dies & punches for the production of simple work pieces Blow off cock & simple carburettor Sketching & Assembly Drawing of Tail stock and Revolving centre.Menu Bar – Command manager – Feature manager – Design Tree – settings on the Default options – suggested settings – key board short cuts. Safety valve.I.04) Duration: Six Month Week no. Specification for rolled sections. Related theories of press tool with tolerance Working of Blow off cock & simple carburettor Related Theory Related Theory Related Theory Numbering of drawings and standard parts. press accumulator. different types of gauges and their uses. taper etc. Brief description. Brief treatment of the principle Involved and the precautions to be observed. ram etc. Lay out of Machine foundations. 8 Different types of gauges. Function of gauges. Sketching & Assembly Drawing of Rams bottom safety valve Sketching & Assembly Drawing of Tool post of a shaping machine Sketching & Assembly Drawing of Machine Swivel vice & pipe vice. Assembly drawing of reciprocating pump. Use of templates in industry. Lay out of machine Foundation. Different locating methods clamping devices. 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Assembly and detail drawing of Tool post of a lathe using Autocad Sketching of a Press Tool giving nomenclature of each part.S. Familiarization with SP:46-2003 Introduction to Solid works User interface . such as plug.SYLLABUS FOR THE TRADE OF DRAUGHTSMAN (MECHANICAL) Fourth Semester (Semester Code no. 1 -2 Trade practical 4 Valve: such as lever safety vale. DMM . Create the best profile – create a sketch – create a . Sketching features – applied features – Constraints–Create / Modify – constraints. Structural steel roof truss joints and supports. thread. snap. Related theories. working principle and function of hydraulic jack. Hydraulic and pneumatic conventional signs and symbols Structural steel roof truss joints. Structural Steel B.

Interference detection. Insert subassemblies. symbols and leaders. Edit definition. auxiliary views. Annotations. create part configurations. chamfering and Editing a feature definition. std. Reattach and replace dimensions. Part design tables. 3 views. Exercise on Screw jack – Part model – assembly-detailing Revision Exploded views – Configuration manager. Bill of materials. auxiliary views. mirror pattern. Animation controller. standard 3 views. Revolved features using axes. Drawings & Detailing. Driven (Reference) Dimensions. Alternate position view. add fillets. detail views. Exercise on simple Drill jig – Part model – assembly-detailing Drawings & Detailing. symbols and leaders. Named views. Named views. section views. section views. new part Extrude bosses and cuts. create drawing sheets. the Hole wizard. Components configuration in an assembly. Creating Centrelines. Insert subassemblies. filleting. Bottom up assembly modelling Components configuration in an assembly. section views. Creating ribs. Driving dimensions. Add drawing items. and chamfer changing dimensions. Add drawing items. create drawing sheets. Add drawing items.16 17 18 19 20 21 22-23 24 25 Exercise Using Copy & Paste. Simulation Revision In-plant training / Project work (work in a team) Revision Examination . standard 3 views. Simulation Introduction to plot & Different ways of plotting. Add mates (degree of freedom). Edit sketch. Edit sketch plane. create drawing sheets. circular patterning changes and Rebuild problems. Named views. Annotating Holes and Threads. Inset Design Table. Create a new assembly. Inset new design table. Insert components into an assembly. Drawings & Detailing. Creating Centrelines. Annotating Holes and Threads. detail views. Interference detection. Difference between sweep and loft Using library features. auxiliary views. detail views.

5. Set square celluloid 45⁰ (250 X 1. pen Spring bow lengthening bar. 21 set . French-curves (set of 12 celluloid) Mini drafter 4 nos.TRADE: DRAUGHTSMAN (MECHANICAL) LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENTS A: Trainee’s Tool Kit: Sl. tube with lead. pen drawing liner. point driver. 1. No. interchangeable. 2. screw driver Instrument. Name of the items Draughtsman drawing instrument box containing Quantity 21 set Compasses with pencil point. Set square celluloid 30⁰-60⁰ (250 X 1.5 mm) 21 set 4. divider spring bow.5 mm) 21 set 3. Divider pen point interchangeable.

9. 16. 4. No additional items are required to be provided for the batch working in the second shift except the items from Sl. latest version. 12. 21 Nos. 2 Nos. 13. 21 Nos.B: General Machinery & Shop Outfit Sl. AUTODESK INVENTOR. 1 No. 19. 1. 1 No. 2. 21 Nos. 1 No. 8 Nos. . printers LCD projector /OHP External storage device (8 GB ) 4. each 1 No. [Optional software. 6. 17. CATIA & PRO-E (CREO-2)] 1 No. No. 2 Nos. 2. 1 No. 1 No. CAD with latest Licensed version. 18. 11. 8 users 7. 2 Nos. Plotter (Max. 8 Nos 5. A0 size) Laser Jet printer latest model UPS . 14. 8. 1 to 5 under trainee’s kit. 1 No.5 KVA White Board for using LCD projector (optional) Instructor Table Instructor Chair Almirah steel 3D Visualiser Computer table Computer chairs/stool Table for server. Name & Description of Machine Quantity Chest of drawer 8 drawers( Standard) Draughtsman table Drawing board (700mm x500 mm) IS: 1444 Draughtsman stool Computer Latest version compatible for running CAD software.Latest Version of SOLIDWOKS. 2 Nos. Note: 1. Sever (True dedicated sever) Software: MS. preloaded with windows and 20” colour Monitor. 21 Nos. 15. 1 No. No. Institute having dedicated computer lab may use the same for CAD training provided sufficient infrastructure available otherwise same need to be developed. 3.

P. S. Pune Chairman TATA Motors. Hatia. R C Agnihotri Principal Mentor Larsen & Tourbo Ltd. Ltd. Organization Mentor Council Designation Members of Sector Mentor council 1.K. Bhubaneswar IIT Madras.LIST OF TRADE COMMITTEE MEMBERS Sl. Principal L&T Institute of Technology 19.. Bengaluru Member Member Member Member L&T Institute of Technology. Ranchi-834003. 10. 2. Kharagpur721302. Pune HMT. K Venugopal Director & COO 18. Tamil Nadu Bobst India Pvt. West Bengal Central Tool Room & Training Centre (CTTC). B. Lakshmanan. Kharagpur721302. Uday Apte 16.Rao. 4. West Bengal IIT Kharagpur. Gujarat-382424 IIT Delhi. Vice-President. N. Ramakrishnan. DGQA. Mumbai:400001 IIT.) Dr. Maity. Professor Dr. Asstt. 5. Roorkee-247667. Dr. Hatia. Uttarakhand IIT Gandhinagar. Professor Dr. Sunil Khodke Training Manager 14. H B Jagadeesh. Roorkee. 6. Shahane. Mumbai BOSCH Ltd.Damahe.Jain. R Senior Manager 20. 160030 Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member .Swiss Training Centre Chandigarh. Anil Kumar Singh. Manager/HRDC 12. A. Professor 9. Chennai Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Name & Designation Sh/Mr/Ms.P. D. Jharkhand NIFFT. New Delhi-110016 NIFFT.A. R.K. Professor Dr.. Pune TATA Motors. Manager 17. (Corporate Trg. Krishna Murthy Principal Scientific Officer 13. Professor Dr. P. Sr. N.Bandyopadhyay Professor Dr. Sridharan. Chennai. Bengaluru Member Indo.Ray. Debdas Roy. P. Professor 11. S. MD 3. P. Ajay Dhuri 15.K. 7. No. Ranchi-834003.V. Ramesh Babu N. Tamil Nadu CQA(Heavy Vehicles). Bengaluru NTTF. Professor 8.. Ranipet. Jharkhand IIT Kharagpur. Peenya.

Kolkata NIMI.N. Pvt. Karnataka Govt. Lakshmi Narayanan. Mahendar (DDT) Shrikant S Sonnavane (T.I) A. N.. B. N. New Delhi. M.Charles (TO) Sukhdev Singh (JDT) Ravi Pandey (V.O) K. 30. Banglore.Renukaradhya.R Sr. 25..R. T. Ltd. 27. Dasarathi.O) T. 29. Bengaluru CADEM Tech. 33. Tumkur Road. Dist. Sr. 32.O) Samir Sarkar (T.G.Venkatesh Reddy. Mentor CSTARI. 23.Instructor 40. 22.. Nagasrinivas (DDT) G. 34. Draughtsman M.ITI Dhanuvachapuram Trivendrum.E. Assistant Training Officer 41. ITI. 35. ITI Velhe. Maharashtra ITI Howrah Homes. ITI. Bengaluru Member Member Member Members of Core Group 36. Ltd..O) K. Bangalore Skill Sonics. B. (ADT) H. 26.G. Dy. 39. L. Kerala Govt. Tumkur Road. Nasakar (T. 46. Distt: Pune..Director/Principal Grade I. Pvt. Tamil Nadu Member Skill Sonics. K.N.V. Ram Eswara Rao (T.Kajale. Govindan. ATI Kanpur ATI Kanpur ATI Kolkata ATI Kolkata RDAT Hyderabad ATI Mumbai ATI Chennai ATI Mumbai ATI Hyderabad Co-ordinator Member Team Leader Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member FTI Bangalore ATI Chennai Member Member Govt.K. 31. Bengaluru Ohm Shakti Industries.Mani Member Member . Subrata Polley. JTO 37. Tamil Nadu DET. Srihari. Bangalore CADEM Tech. Banglore.O.V. Eswarappa (DDT) G. ITI Coimbatore. 38.21. Venugopal Parvatikar 43. Karnataka Govt. 24. Nath. Instructor VINOD KUMAR. Principal. West Bengal Govt. Kadam (T. Sunil Kumar Gupta (Director) DGET HQ. D 45.S. Anbalagan.M.O) J. 28. Member Member Member Member Member Member Other industry representatives 42. Chennai. Venkata Dasari 44.