Civil/Structural Design & Drafting

Eligibility :

ITI//Mechanical Draughtsman (Fresh/Experienced)

Key Points of Syllabus

Syllabus:

CIVIL & STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAFTING :-

REINFORCINGDETAILING OF R.C.C MEMBERS

1.      LAYOUT OF BEAMS& SLABS :

2.      LAYOUT OF COLUMNS :

3.      GENERAL:

4.      DETAILING OF SLABS CUT OR OPENINGS :

5.      DIFFERENT SHAPES OF STRUCTURES USEDIN THE BUILDINGS.

a)      Slabs

b)      Beams

c)      Grid beam

d)      Details of main & secondarybeams 

e)      Continuous beam

f)       Cantileverbeam projecting from column

g)      Slopingbeam

h)      Haunchbeams

i)       Cantilever beam with point load (corbel)

j)       Beam column junction-exterior column

k)      Splicedetail for column

l)       Reduction column both sides

m)   Footing-details(independent/ Combined)

n)      Typicalrein details of  foundation

o)      Section oftrench

p)      Staircase-withwaist slab

6.      Different types of foundations-raft,pile foundation, strap foundation etc.

7.      Retaining wall structures

STRUCTURAL DETAILINGFOR STEEL MEMBER

1.      USE OFSTRUCTURAL STEEL :

a)      StructuralShape

b)      General

2.      WELDING :

a)      Weld Type

b)      Weld Size

c)      General

3.      BOLTING :

a)      General

4.      DRAWING :

a)      Engineering Drawing

b)      Workshop Drawing

5.      WELDING :

a)      Weld Type

b)      Weld Size

c)      General

6.      DETAILING PRACTICE:

a)      General

b)      Layout of Drawing

c)      Beam & Column Detailing

d)      Erection Drawing

e)      Opposite Handling

f)       Bracing connection

g)      Abbreviation

7.      TYPICAL CONNECTION DETAILS:

8.      DETAILING EXAMPLE OF STEEL STRUCTURE:

a)      Multi-story Frame Building

b)      Single-story Frame Building

c)      Portal Frame Building

d)      Vessel Support Structure

e)      Piperack

f)       Pipe support

g)      Staircase

 

 

Objective
  • To familiarize student primary technique in engineering drafting practices.
  • To discover how products are designed and communicated in the real world.
  • To help students become better designers of machine parts, plant layouts and related services.
  • To use graphic drafting techniques as a tool for communication, visualization, critical thinking & problem solving.
  • To prepare students to meet or surpass the performance competency areas and to the address performance Indicators of State Technology Education Standards.
Batch No. Category Planned Starting Date Last Date of Admission Completion Date Duration Timings
25002 Weekend Batches 25-Nov-2018 18-Nov-2018 24-Feb-2019 3 Months Sunday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm
25003 Weekend Batches 03-Jun-2019 27-May-2019 09-Sep-2019 3 Months Sunday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm
25004 Weekend Batches 14-Feb-2020 07-Feb-2020 15-Apr-2020 3 Months Sunday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm
Batch No. Planned Starting Date
25002 25-Nov-2018
  • Category : Weekend Batches
  • Last Date of Admission : 18-Nov-2018
  • Completion Date : 24-Feb-2019
  • Duration : 3 Months
  • Timings : Sunday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm
25003 03-Jun-2019
  • Category : Weekend Batches
  • Last Date of Admission : 27-May-2019
  • Completion Date : 09-Sep-2019
  • Duration : 3 Months
  • Timings : Sunday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm
25004 14-Feb-2020
  • Category : Weekend Batches
  • Last Date of Admission : 07-Feb-2020
  • Completion Date : 15-Apr-2020
  • Duration : 3 Months
  • Timings : Sunday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm

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