Instrument Mechanics

Trades Affiliated to NCVT and SCVT
Names of the No. of Shifts Seating Total Affiliation
Trade (linked to the Units Running Capacity Seating Date/Copy of
respective Syllabus   (I/II/III) per unit Capacity DGT order Link
with DGT website)         (SCANNED)
Fitter 15 3 26 390  
Electrician 15 3 26 390  
Electronics Mech. 3 3 26 78  
Instrument Mech. 2 2 26 52  
Mech.RA&C 2 2 26 52
Welder 2 2 21 42

Student Report


Trade Name Fitter
Course Duration 2 Year
Minimum Qualification 10th Pass
Apprenticeship Training 3 Years including 2 year basic Training

  Skills Acquired

1.Simple marking out according to simple blue print.
2.Filing/ hack sawing and chipping
3.Heat treating operations like hardening, tempering and annealing.
4.Rivet lap and butt joint/
5.Butt and fillet welds Gas & Arc.
6.Gas cutting.
7.Chucking, centering, plain turning, taper turning, boring and thread cutting.
8.Precision marking, fit contours and geometrical figures and make male and female parts.
9.Drill holes, counter bore and spot face.
10.Use height and depth gauge, micrometer and vernier calipers to an accuracy of 1/1000/100 mm.
11.Markup, punching, cutting, chipping and file jobs as per blue prints and able to finish an accuracy of 0.003/ 0.08 mm.
12.Operate a bench drill and to drill ream holes.
13.Fit dowel pin, studs, bolts and dovetailed sides etc.
14.Use of sine bat and slip gauges, inspect angles.
15.Remetal, scrap and assemble bearings.
16.Make simple jigs & fixtures.
17.Dismantle & assemble simple machine parts and accessories.
18.Repair broken gear tooth.

  Employment Option

  Self-employment Option