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NCVT Contents

Gap (if any)

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(i)

Infrastructure

ii.

Infrastructure - components
Rural Infrastructure and
Infrastructure
Infrastructure in India

Masonry

Technical terms
Tools & Uses
Construction materials
Building components
Mortar and concrete
curing
Safety measures

Not covered in any of the Modules of


Draughts Man Civil or the Architectural
Draughtsmanship of NCVT

Contents are elaborate in the TP01/TT01


(weeks 2-5) in Architectural
Draughtsmanship

Urban

Syllabus Under Draughtsman Ship Civil in


TP01/TT01 under weeks 4 - 6 and 9-10
covers this exhaustively

As such
there is no
gap but
contents of
AICTE can
be
Elaborated
so that
there is no
lapses.

iii.

Bar bending

iv.

Technical terms
Tools& uses
Types of steels
Ties and bending methods
Slab reinforcement - one way slab and
Two way slab

Plumbing & Sanitation

No gap but
AICTE
contents
can be
elaborated
so that
important
practical
aspects are
left out
during skill
imparting.
No gap and
needs
elaboration
of contents
or explicitly
contents can
be quoted

Covered in Draughtsman ship under


TP02/TT02 in weeks 18,19 and 20

Technical terms , necessity


Advantages and Disadvantages
Basic materials for Plumbing and
Sanitation
v.

Not covered under Architectural


Draughtsman ship
Coverage under TP02/TT02 of Civil
Draughtsman ship

Painting

Technical terms , necessity


Basics of White washing, Colour
washing and painting

Covered in Workshop Science and Calculation


under week 15 of Architectural
Draughtsmanship TP01/TT01
Covered in Workshop Science and Calculation
under week 15 of Civil Draughtsmanship
TP01/TT01 4 and 6

No gap and
needs
elaboration/
explicitly
contents can
be
mentioned

vi.

Soft skills

LEVEL 2
Infra structure

ii.

No such topics in NCVT Syllabus

Contents to
be
taught/learn
t can be
detailed in
AICTE
Scheme.

AICTE
Contents
can
also
include
basics
as
well as use
of softwares
and
contents can
be
elaborated.

Covered as mentioned in the Level 1

Infrastructure Development - an
overview
Infra structure development in India
Infrastructure Management

Masonry

Setting and marking


Transfer of levels
Brick masonry and types
Quantity estimation of different
components of single room buildings
curing and curing methods
Safety measures

Covered in Weeks 09 and 10 of TP01/TT01 of


NCVT of Draughtsman Civil
Estimation is covered in TP04/TT04 Weeks
17,18, and 19 using software

iii.

Bar bending

iv.

v.

vi.

Covered in TP02.TT02 Weeks 12,13, and 14.


Part is also covered in Weeks 19 to 21 of
TP03/TP04

Plumbing & Sanitation

Basic materials for Plumbing and


Sanitaion
GI Pipe marking, cutting threading,
jointing
PVC -Pipe marking, cutting threading,
jointing

Plumbing and Services are covered in weeks


18 to 20 of TP02/TT02.of Draughtsman Civil.
Welding part is not covered in both
Architectural/Civil D-Ship
Roads are covered in TP03/TP03 of
Draughtsman Civil under weeks 5 to 8 as well
as 17 and 18 weeks

Slab reinforcement -revision


Lintel and sunshade reinforcement
Column and footing reinforcement
Reinforcement for beams

Welding
Fundamentals
fundamentals , safety measures
Roads
fundamental/classification
cross drainage works

of

roads,

AICTE
contents
covers more
details and
basics
of
these may
be
taught
first.
Contents of
Introduction
of Bridges
may also be
incorporate
d
in
AICCTE
contents
otherwise
there is no
gap.

Level III
Infrastructure

ii.

iii.

Infrastructure investment, Economic


growth, Poverty alleviation
Infrastructure sector wise growths
Deficiency of infra sector in India

iv.

Stone masonry
Fixing of doors and windows
Plastering and pointing
Quantity estimation of Two bed room
house
Safety measures

Reinforcements for Columns &


footings, one way slabs and two slabs
& beams - revision
Reinforcement for Staircase
Plumbing and Sanitation

Masonry

Bar bending

Building Services, sump, principal of


overhead tank, types of valves and uses
Water meter connection
Water closets, urinals, flush tank
Septic tank and soak pits
Solid Waste and Liquid Waste -

No coverage of anything on Infrastructure


Details
of
Plastering/Stone
masonry/Estimation are covered in the
TP01/TT01 (weeks 9,10) of D-Civil
Details of Bar bending Topic/Plumbing and
Sanitation are already given in the above
Levels
Formwork detailing/Drawing are explicitly
incorporated in NCVT Syllabus
Drawing of Electrical Wiring/Symbols is not
covered in D-ship Civil.
GBT is not taught in NCVT
Soft skills part is not covered

No gap as
such
but
contents are
modularised
over
previous
levels.
Contents of
Soft skills
of AICTE
part can be
spelt out as
in
NCVT
lab
practices/Ca
lculations

Recycling and Reuse


v.

form work

vi.

Electrical House wiring

vii.

Electrical Graphical symbols and signs


Do & Donts in electric field
Types of wires used in wiring
systems of wiring
ISI rules for house wiring
fixing of sockets and switches
types of Electric circuits and
connections(Lights and Fans)
Electrical measuring equipments
Safety Measures
Roads

viii.

ix.

formwork- material
importance of form formwork

Types of Roads
Green Building Technology
Renewable energy, non-Renewable
energy and Green building technologies
Soft skills

LEVEL 4

Topics
of
the
Electrical

i.

Infrastructure

ii.

Urbanisation and Economic growth in


India
Basics of financing infrastructure

Electrical house wiring

iii.

iv.

AC Single phase motor


AC Three phase motor
Connection of single phase motor with
suitable motors
Connection of three phase motors with
DOL starter
Submersible pumps
Transformers -types and working
principles
Visit to substation s- 11KV and 33 KV
safety measures
Painting

Types of paints
Preparation of surface
Wall lapum ,Wall painting
Wood surface polishing , varnishing

Assistant works supervisor

Measurement length, Width, depth in


MKS, FPS system
Menstruation - area, Volumes of
different shapes

House
wiring,
Welding,
Renewable
Energy are
not
explicitly
covered.
Topics
of
Estimation
are
as
mentioned
in the above
level
but
contents
does
not
carry them
to
next
level.
Welding is
not covered
in any of
the Topics
of NCVT
Soft skills
contents
shall
be
spelt
out
explicitly.

v.

Drawing - conventional symbols


Drawing by Manual or AutoCAD
Reading of drawing - Plan, Elevation,
cross section, different elements
Surveying - Leveling
Roads -Types
Bridges - Components
Stores- Receipts and issues
Site visit
safety measures
Welding

vi.

types ,safety measures


Renewable energy

Solar energy and wind energy

vii.

Basics of Interiors

viii.

Soft skills

LEVEL 5

Engineering Drawing

Drawing part is spread over various semesters


in the NCVT syllabus.
Surveying is dealt in weeks 1 to 16 of
TP04/TT04 in a detailed level and all other
aspects of Roads / Building Construction /

No gap and all


contents are
modularized over
different levels.

ii.

Methods of surveying

iii.
Any one Building Construction or
Road or Culverts / Minor Bridges
Building Construction
Soil investigation
Building drawing
Sub structure
Superstructure
Floorings, finishing etc. estimation
Construction materials and tests
Equipment
Workmanship
Roads
Soil investigation, Design of Roads:
Highways (Flexible and Rigid) and
rural Roads
High embankments and Retaining
walls
Construction and maintenance of
Roads
Construction materials and tests
Quantity Estimation
Conducting test for material
Equipment, workmanship
Culverts /Minor Bridges
Selection of site, Hydraulic data
Soil investigation
Sub structure
Superstructure

Culverts and Bridges are speared over


TP02/TT02, TP03/TT03 and TP04/TT04
(weeks 2 16 ) of D-Civil of NCVT.

Construction materials and tests


Quantity Estimation
Construction
Equipment, Workmanship

LEVEL VI
Surveying

ii.

Any one - Building Construction or


Roads or Culverts / Minor Bridges
other than already studied in level 5

iii.

Cross Drainage Works


Cross Drainage Works for Roads

iv.

AutoCAD 1

Building Construction
Soil investigation
Building drawing
Sub structure
Superstructure
Floorings, finishing etc. estimation
Construction materials and tests
Equipment
Workmanship

Surveying is dealt in weeks 1 to 16 of


TP04/TT04 in a detailed level and all other
aspects
of
Roads/Building
Construction/Culverts and Bridges are speared
over TP02/TT02, TP03/TT03 and TP04/TT04
(weeks 2-16 )of D-Civil of NCVT.

No gap and
details
of
skills to be
attained is
to be spelt
out
explicitly

Roads
Soil investigation, Design of Roads:
Highways (Flexible and Rigid) and
rural Roads
High embankments and Retaining
walls
Construction and maintenance of
Roads
Construction materials and tests
Quantity Estimation
Conducting test for material
Equipment, workmanship
Culverts /Minor Bridges
Selection of site, Hydraulic data
Soil investigation
Sub structure
Superstructure
Construction materials and tests
Quantity Estimation
Construction
Equipment, Workmanship

LEVEL VII
Surveying

ii.

Auto CAD 2

iii.
Any subject or combination of the
following subjects totaling 600 or more hrs

AUTOCAD is taught in Week 21 of the


TP04/TT04 at the introductory level
Bridges, Water supply, Irrigation Structures,
Sanitary Engg are covered in the weeks 1 to 18
in detail in TP03/TT03
Steel Structures are taught in TP02/TT02
weeks 15,16, and 18

No gap but
contents can
be
elaborated
and explicit.

a)

Any one
Building Construction or Roads or
Culverts /Minor Bridges other than
already studied in level 5 or level 6

b)

Major bridges
Including Alignment and Geometry
Soil investigation
Scaffolding and Form work
Sub structure
Superstructure
Construction materials and tests
Quantity Estimation
Study of bearings
Construction, Load test
Equipment, Workmanship

c)

Steel structures

Fundamentals of design of steel


structres : merits and demerits , loads,
structural sections
Joints: Bolts, Rivets, Welded joints
Column bases,
Columns
Beams
Trusses construction
d)

Pre-stressed bridges

PSC/Retrofitting of Bridges & Bldgs are not


topics under the NCVT Syllabus of D-civil and
Architecture Civil.

Materials used and their propertiesconcrete, high strength steelSpecifications I.S. Code provisionsLosses in pre stressing.
Cable profile Anchorage Zones.
Construction / Methods of pre stressing
and observation
Equipment, workmanship
Conducting tests for materials and
Load tests
Materials used and their propertiesconcrete, high strength steelSpecifications I.S. Code provisionsLosses in pre stressing.
e)

Water supply

Sources of water
Water demand
Quality of water and testing
Water supply system: collection and
treatment, conveyance and distribution
Systems of supply
Water sump and Over head tank etc.
f)

Sanitary Engineering

Sewage
Systems of sewage disposals
Types of Sewers and Appurtenances
Methods of disposal of solid wastes
and sanitation, Sewage treatment plants

Construction
Rural sanitation
g)

Irrigation structures

Earthen Dams: selection of site, ayacut


assessment
Types of Earthen Dams, Methods of
Construction, Causes of failure, Design
Criteria, selecting a suitable
preliminary section for an earthen
Dam, Determination of line of seepage
or phreatic line in Earthen Dam ,
stability of u/s and d/s
slopes, seepage control in Earthen
Dam, Design of filters, slope protection
Hydraulic structures for canals:
Canal falls necessity, locations,
various types and description of each
type, Head regulator, sluices and cross
regulator- location, construction
h)
Repairs and Rehabilitation of
buildings
Causes of deterioration
Evaluation Tests
Construction Chemicals
Specification For execution of Repairs
Techniques for repairs of Rehabilitation
i)
Repairs and Rehabilitation of
Bridges

Causes of deterioration
Evaluation Tests
Construction Chemicals
Specification For execution of Repairs
Techniques for repairs of Rehabilitation