Training Report

Motor Bike Repair Technician
2073/02/04 – 2073/05/04

Submitted By: Er. Alok Kumar Chaudhary (HOD)
Automobile Department,
Korea Nepal Institute of Technology

Admin Officer. Mr. the principle of KNIT and the entire KNIT management for providing me the opportunity to conduct and coordinate “Motorbike Repairer and Maintenance Training” from 2071/02/04 to 2072/05/04. Miss Suchita Chaudhary . Mr. for supporting me in the training from beginning to end. sincerity. Miss Sushila Puri. Acknowledgements First of all I would like to congratulate all the participants who are successful completion of this training. Aakash Thapa. Academic Vice principle . Airbind Kumar Chaudhary. Mr. Mr.Lal bdr Basnet . Miss Ajita Sharma.Niraj Tiwari. Mr. Office Helper and Mr. I would like to thanks Mr. Mr Vijay Bista . Lastly I would like to thanks KNIT Administration. I would also like to thanks them for their cooperation. Hum Bd. Ajay Kumar Singh.Parmod poudyal. Store Keeper.C. Account Officer. enthusiasm and continuous effort which led the training to be a successful event. Saroj K. Computer Instructor. Automobile Instructor . Admin and Exam – Vice principle of KNIT.Bikram Baidhawar Chetteri.Automobile Assistance Instructor. Teaching Aids KNIT. hard work. I offer my sincere thanks to Mr.Mr. Mr. . I would like to my sincere thanks to Mr. PC and IG Officer and respective person of KNIT for providing all the support to make this training a successful event. Gautam Chaudhary. KNIT. Mahatara. Dilip Kumar Chaudhary.

1 Participants Performance 3. Introduction 1.3 Routine and log book 4. Conclusion and Recommendations 4.3 Goals of the Training 2.2 Training Evaluation 3.Contents 1.1 Background 1.2 Recommendations .2 Purpose of the Training 1. Methodology 2. Training Outcome 3.1 Teaching Learning Strategies 3.1 Conclusion 4.

2 Purpose of the Training The purpose of this training was to provide skill base motorbike repairer and maintenances who are literate. fun –filled and mutually respectful environment.  Repair and maintenance of lubrication and cooling system.  Repair and maintenance of charging and starting system. 2. The classroom activities were supported by various media such as multimedia projector. Adults learn best when the learning situation is based on experience sharing and learning by doing approach. Keeping this in mind. This 390 hours training was conducted by Automobile Department of KNIT and altogether 18 participants successfully completed the training. The methods and media were also selected considering adult learning principles and strategies.  Repair and maintenance of ignition system. Methodology 2.  Repair and maintenance of transmission system. Various instructional methods such as illustrated talk. 1.1.1 Background KNIT conducted “Motorbike Repaire and Maintenances Training” at KNIT from 2071/02/04 to 2072/05/04.1 Teaching – Learning Strategies It is a known that adults learn best in an informal.  Repair and maintenance of four stroke engine. above 16 year old and Nepalese citizenship. this training was conducted in a non judgmental.Introduction 1.  Repair and maintenance of brake and Control system. oral questions and problem were . Three months (390 hours) course was conducted for local community around the KNIT.3 Goals of the Training At the end of this training.  Repair and maintenance of fuel supply system. 1.  Repair and maintenance of chassis and Suspension system. white board and real objects.  Repair and maintenance of lighting and signaling system. friendly and energizing environment.  Servicing the motorbike. Participants will able to:  Identify motorbike parts and components.

However. Active learners definitely learn more than the passive ones. media. mostly participants were active and enthusiastic in learning activities but some participants were not regular. employed to make this training more effective. which the participants will positively consider to future improvement. so all the participants were encouraged to participate actively. Training Outcome 3. In the addition to that. objectives. evaluation and facilities. Almost participants completed all the tasks according to KNIT criteria. 18 off them completed the training. disciplined and always had patience for learning regardless of their busy family responsibility.  At the end of this training 15 participants participate motorcycle service mechanics L 1 conducted by National Skill Testing Board (NSTB) . 3. we hope that the knowledge and skills gained in the in the training will bring positive changes to participants. enthusiastic. Conclusion and Recommendations 4. there are a issues where we need to improve to make this training more effective and fruitful in the future. it can be further concluded that:-  Mostly participants were very positive. 3. as pointed out by the participants. methodology.2 Training Evaluation Final course evaluation was conducted to collect feedback about the overall training. The training was conducted in totally adult learning environment. 4. As per the final course evaluation conducted by participants. In our observation.  As a result of training approaches and strategies used in this training. This training equipped the community people who want to involve and repair motorbike with necessary skills and knowledge. 18 participants completed the training fulfilling the requirements and criteria. instructional resources.1 Conclusion This 390 hours training was completed successful. From this training. there are a few constructive points of feedback and suggestions. There was a friendly learning environment for the participants during the training.1 Participants Performance The overall performance of the participants was very satisfactory. it can be concluded that the training was successful and the participants liked it and found it very effective for them.

4.2 Recommendations To make training better and more effective in the future.  Training should be organized before and after office hours.  Revise regular training remunerations. .  Provide course coordinator allowances.  Provide electricity during training time.  Entry criteria should be revised. These recommendations also included some key suggestions by the participants. some recommendations have been listed below.