( A) WORKSHOP PRACTICE (For Electronics Group) Teaching Scheme Theory Practical Hrs per Hrs per week week

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Subject Objective This subject is classified as a Core Technology. It is intended to teach students to understand facts, concepts and techniques of manufacturing of various items used in technology areas. industry. General Instructions Before the start of practicals every instructor will give :Demonstration of basic tools, machinery equipment marking & measuring instruments etc. Demonstration of various operations to be performed sequentially. Explanation of the method of selection of materials (types, quality, quantity, size etc.) Demonstration of marking and measuring instruments and their specific use. Sufficient practice in handling various tools / equipment Sufficient practice of various operations. Procedure to develop safety awareness on shop floor. This will help the students to discharge the function of supervisor in

Examination Scheme Theory Marks/ paper duration -Practical marks -Oral Term-work marks marks -Sessional marks

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Note :- Job mentioned below are only for guideline any other suitable job can be taken up. Detailed Content

Theory And Practical Content
1. Wood Working Shop Any one composite job from the following involving different joints, turning and planing, surface finishing by emery paper, varnishing etc. e.g. square stool, tea-poy ,centre table, chourang, table lamp, bed, sofaset, bookrack, cabinet, notice board, show cases, tables, chairs etc. Note :- One job to be allotted to a group of 2 to 4 student depending on volume of work to be carried out. 2. Fabrication Shop Including ARC gas, welding gas cutting, remetalling of wornout parts or rebuilding of broken parts with gas welding. - One job, which is having marketability to be selected and performed in a group of 2 to 4 student depending on volume of works e.g. Waste paper basket, grill, door and window panel, tree guard, door and window frame, table frame (square pipe 25mm) cooler frame (folding type) etc. - A fitting job need not be a separate activity. It should be practical oriented supporting to other

Theory And Practical Content
manufacturing activities. Some separate fitting job to be performed like e.g. Taper sunkey Preparation of right angle, acute angle, absolute angle, surfaces using filling.

Drilling & tapping on such job. 4.0 Sheet Metal Works One job – Letterbox, trunk, grain container, water heater container, bucket, wastepaper basket, , water draining channel, funnel etc. (Including soldering and pivoting). Note :- Work book to be submitted comprising, job drawing, narration of process adopted in each shop for a given job along with a sketches of tools used for cutting, sketches of necessity tools & equipments with the specification & application.

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(B) WORKSHOP PRACTICE ( For Electronics Group) Examination Scheme Theory Marks / Practica paper duration l marks Oral marks Termwork marks @25 @Int Sessiona l marks -

Teaching Scheme Theory Practical Hrs Hrs per per week week 2

ernal Assessment RATIONALE This subject envisages to develop practical skills in handling various tools, accessories, equipment used in the manufacturing and testing electronic circuits. It will also make the students familiar with the measuring techniques used in electrical/electronics systems. The student will also be able to implement, test electronics circuits on breadboard and prepare PCB. DETAILED CONTENTS Practical part: 1. Identification and use of different tools and accessories used in manufacturing of electronic circuits. • Different types of cutters. • Nose pliers. • Wire strippers • Screw drivers • Lead straightners • Extracters • Soldering Iron • Desoldering Pump • Crimping tool. 2. Study of regulated power supply. Front panel controls and their functions.

3. Study and use of DC and AC voltmeter to measure DC and AC voltage. 4. Study and use of DC and AC ammeter to measure DC and AC current. 5. Study and use analog multi-meter to measure: • AC and DC voltage. • AC and DC current • Different resistor • Continuity testing 6. Study and use digital multi meter to measure: • AC and DC voltage • AC and DC current • Different resistor • Continuity testing 7. Study of function generator. • Front panel controls and there uses. • Frequency changes and amplifies. 8. Study of CRO. • Front panel control and their functions. • Observing different waveforms. • Measurement of amplitude and frequencies. 9. Study of different cables• Co-axial cable • Twisted pair cable • Flat ribbon cable • Fibre optic cable 10. Study of different connectors• BNC connector • Banana connector • Crocodile connector • Male and female Dtype connector • Flat cable connector • Printed circuit connector • UTP connector 11. Study of different switches • Toggle switches-SPST, SPDT,DPST,DPDT • Thumb-wheel switches • Rotary switches • Push on/Push off switches • Keyboard switches-mechanical, capacitive, membrane • DIP switches 12. Study of different display devices • LED display • Seven segment display • LCD display

13. Prepare computer network cable (use different type of cable and connector stated 9 and 10). 14. Study and use bread boards to implement simple electronic circuits using resistors/ capacitors/ diodes/transistors/switches/display devices. 15. Prepare two simple electronic circuits using general purpose PCBs. 16. Prepare two PCBs for simple electronic circuits. • REFERENCES: Books Author Title Electronic Component and Materials Printed circuit boards design and technology

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Publisher & Address Tata McGraw Hills publishing company Ltd., N.Delhi Tata McGraw Hills publishing company Ltd., N.Delhi

S.M.Dhir W.C.Bosshart