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DIEMS, AURANGABAD

IN-PLANT TRAINING (IPT)

IN PLANT TRAINING INSTRUCTION MANUAL


(2013-2014)

M.S.P.M.s
Deogiri Institute of Engineering and Management Studies, Aurangabad
URL: http://www.dietms.org

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INDEX
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Title
Important dates
Objectives
Do's and Don'ts
What to learn during IPT
The In Plant Training Report
Form No. 1 (Joining Report)
Form No. 2 (In Plant Training Progress Report)
Form No. 3 (In-Plant Training Rating Sheet - Confidential)
Form No. 4 (In Plant Training Report Format)
Contact details (In-Plant and Project Coordinator)

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1. Important Dates
Sr.No.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Dates

Activity

Reporting for In-Plant Training (IPT) in allotted industries.


Last date of Receipt of Joining Report to the institute.
Form No. 2 (In Plant Training Progress Report)
Seminar I (Completion of @ 1 weeks of In-Plant Training )
Seminar II (Completion of @ 2 weeks of In-Plant Training )
Confidential Report (Form No. 3)
Submission of In-Plant Training Report
Final In-Plant Training Seminar and Report

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2. OBJECTIVES
In-Plant training is meant to correlate theory and actual practices in the industries. Through this In-Plant Training:
1. Students are exposed to Industrial environment, which cannot be simulated in the Institute.
2. Students work under factory discipline.
3. Students will be able to understand the psychology of the workers, their habits, attitudes and approach to
problems along with the practices followed either at factory or at site.
4. Students get familiarized with various Design, Manufacturing, Analysis, Automation and Purchase, 5S, Six
Sigma, TPM, Materials, Machines, Processes, Products and their applications along with relevant aspects of Industry
management.
5. Students realize the size and scale of operations in Industry.
6. Students get opportunity to apply their knowledge in problem solving and in Project assignment by using
Techniques.
7. Students are able to understand relevant application oriented subjects better in subsequent term.
8. Students understand various constraints of time and cost within which goods are produced and services rendered
in specified quantum.
9. Students appreciate need for co-ordinate effort of various persons at different levels in different departments in
achieving set goals and targets.
10. Students understand the scope, functions and job responsibility-ties in various departments of an organization.
This is a very good opportunity to learn under a different environment, but students gain is dependent on positive
attitudes and approach to training, keenness and attitude of enquiry to learn.

3 Do's and Don'ts for the students during In-Plant Training


Your attitude and discipline should be exemplary. Maintain good relations with the company authorities.
1. Maintain excellent relations with all and particularly with your Supervisor(s).
2. Be punctual and regular. In case of difficulties, approach your Supervisor.
3. Write your diary daily and show it to your supervisors whenever they demand
4. Permit for your physical check by the security men of the organization, if required.
5. Maintain good health throughout the training.
6. Show exemplary behavior by observing the manners and etiquettes.
7. Always carry Identity Card and produce the same on demand.
8. Do not disturb the workers in their work and do not enter into any discussion with them.
9. Do not record any information or copy out any drawing or part thereof without prior and proper permission.
10. Do not operate any instrument / machine / apparatus without specific instruction of your Supervisor and without
his supervision.
11. Do not carry any valuables.
12. Students who are found to be irregular, misbehaving in any way or indulging in any mischief will have to face
disciplinary action.

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4. WHAT TO LEARN DURING IN PLANT TRAINING


During the In Plant Training period, the student should try to learn different aspects of professional industry.
Following aspects whichever are applicable should be included in your study.
2.

Introduction.
Name of construction site with address.
Nature of construction work and various structural components.
Nature of ownership, executing and supervising authority.
Architect and Structural Engineer.
Registered office Layout.

2.

Total Employment:
Technical.
Administrative.

3.

Activities.
Project information
Commencement of the work and tentative completion
Present Status of work
Various types of scaffolding, Formwork, lifting devices

4.

Budgets/Project planning/scheduling
CPM/PERT of the project.
Mode of availability of finance.
Type of inventory control.

5.

Site of precast units for the work and its mode of transportation.

6.

Material Used
Concrete
Fly ash
Slag
Silica-fume etc.

7.

Fire Safety norms.

8.

Safety Measures:
Safety measures during and post construction.
Post construction maintenance provisions

9.

Technologies Used

10. Social Benefits and Implication

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11. Building and Construction.
Built up area
Type of construction
12. Drawings (if available)
13. Quality control
Quality Policy.
Quality measures.
14. Budgetary provisions, control and cost analysis
What do you think could be done in the particular areas you are working?
To improve communication?
To increase the competitiveness of your firm?
To encourage good design?
To improve standards of quality?

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5. INPLANT TRAINING REPORT


In addition to work diary (A-4 size register), you are required to submit an In plant Training Report along with
details of organization / factory, where you have received training. You have to submit a detailed report of training
in the industry incorporating study of plant / product / process along with intensive in-depth study on any one of the
topics such as (1) Processes (2) Methods (3) Tooling (4) Equipment etc., highlighting aspects of quality,
productivity and system. Student should take notes throughout his training period and prepare a framework in
consultation with factory. The report shall be presented in the following manner.
1. Certification
2. Index.
3. Introduction (Report)
4. Company background-organization and activities.
5. Scope and object of the study / personal observations.
6. Result / Inference / Conclusion.
7. Suggestions / Recommendations for improvement / enhancement to industry, if any.
8. Acknowledgements.
9. List of reference (Library books, magazines and other sources)
Guidelines for evaluation / assessment of the report
1. Introduction, Acknowledgements, references.
2. Company background activities.
3. Training areas / Training details.
4. General presentation, neatness and accuracy of the data furnished.
5. Report contents, with data, graphs, drawings, etc and observations.
6. Result / Reference / Conclusion.

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Form No. 1

6. Joining Report

Date:

To,
The Director,
Deogiri Institute of Engineering and Management Studies,
Aurangabad.

Respected Sir,
As per your instructions I have reported myself for the In-plant Training in
*
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
On Date at __________________AM / PM
Countersigned

Yours obediently
Signature of student

Signature of the Officer


Of the Organization and

Name:
Roll No:

Seal of the Organization

* The student should write the name of the organization where he/she is placed for the In Plant Training.
Every student should submit this form to the Director, Deogiri Institute of Engineering and Management Studies,
Aurangabad by --------------- else his / her term will not be accepted.

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7. In plant Training Progress report

Form No. 2

Name of the student..Roll No...


Course: - Final year B.E.. .Academic Year:
Dept. / Plant / Section. was present..days, Leave(s)
sanctioned..days, was absent..days.
Week

Date (From To)

No.

Brief Weekly Report about the work done and


observations made

1
2
3
4

N.B.: Additional information, if any, may please be written on separate sheet.


Assessment / Remarks of the Training Office on the basis of work performed by the trainee:
Criteria

Attendance

Conduct /Discipline

Progress

Motivation

Cooperation

*Grades
*Grade assigned: A = Excellent, B = Good, C = Fair, D = Average, E = Poor

Signature of the Student

Signature of the concerned Officer


of Organization

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FormNo. 3

8. Confidential
(The form is designed to bridge the gap for academic evaluation and improvement of skills of trainee)
Record of Progress of Trainee
Name of the Trainee: _______________________________________________________
Date of Commencement: ______/__________/___________________
Progress Report for the period: ____ /____ /____ to ____ /____ /____
Your opinion (Please tick the grade):
Sr.No.

Grades Parameter

Technical Knowledge

Commitment

Willingness to learn

Hardworking

Communication Skills

Positive Attitude

Obedience

Sincerity

Team Spirit

10

Leadership

Excellent

Good

Fair

Average

Suggestions, if any:
For effective implementation of training:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
To inculcate any specific industry oriented skills:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Signature of Manager of the


Industry / Establishment
Name:

Signature of Officer / Executive


In-charge of Training
Name:

Seal of the Industry / Organization

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Form No. 4

9. In-Plant Training Report format


1. The In-Plant Training Report shall be typed on A-4 size white bond paper.
2. Typing shall be with spacing of 1.5 or 2.0 using black ribbon or carbon on one side of the paper.
3. Margins :- (i) Left 37.5 mm. (ii) Right, top and bottom 25 mm.
4. Binding :- Hard with golden embossing on the front cover of brown colour
5. Front cover of hard bound report:- It should be identical to first title page.
6. Format for title page (First Page) (Centre justified) (Default font size TNR-12)
7. Format for Certification page (Second page)
8. The third page will be certificate issued by the industry regarding the completion of training.
9. The fourth page would be for acknowledgement, which would be followed by index page (Fifth page).

10. Sketches should be drawn on separate sheet (minimum A4 size) and be inserted at proper places. The sketches
should be drawn in black ink and be numbered.
11. Tables should preferably be typed in the text only.
12. The mathematical symbol should be typed or neatly written so as to match darkness of the text.
13. The last item on the index should be references.
14. Students who have undergone In-Plant Training in more than one industry can bind the report as a single copy
and will attach certificate of each industry in chronological order.
15. Page number must appear on the right hand top corner of each page starting after index page.
16. The contents of the seminar can be decided by the internal guide / department and student.
17. Minimum number of copies = 5 Copies (Central Library + Department + Internal Guide + External Guide +
Student). The copy of External Guide (Industry Guide) will be submitted by the student after completion of training.
The number of copies to external guide will be proportionate to the number of industries where he/she has
undergone In- Plant Training.

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Report of In-Plant Training
(TNR-14, Bold)
In
{Title of Industry}(TNR-18, Bold)
By
{Name of student}(TNR-16, Bold)
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for
Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Branch Name) (TNR-14, Bold)
Of
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Aurangabad. (TNR-14, Bold)
Department of ____________Engineering, (TNR-14, Bold)
Deogiri Institute of Engineering and Management Studies, (TNR-16, Bold)
Aurangabad. (TNR-14, Bold)
20

-20

Form No.5

10. CERTIFICATE (TNR-16, Bold)


This is to certify that the In-Plant Training Report
Submitted by
(Name of Student) (TNR-14, Bold)
(Roll No: __)
Is completed as per the requirement of the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada
University, Aurangabad in partial fulfillment of
Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Branch Name) (TNR-14, Bold)
For the academic Year 20__ - 20__

Internal Examiner

IPT Coordinator

Head of Department

Director (TNR -12, Bold)

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SAMPLE COPY
Report of In-Plant Training
In
Nirman Gold Construction, Pvt. Ltd., Aurangabad
By
Mr. Shaikh M.Z.
Roll No: 001
Submitted in partial fulfillment for confirring
Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Civil),
Of
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Aurangabad.

Department of Civil Engineering,


Deogiri Institute of Engineering and Management Studies,
Aurangabad.
20

- 20

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SAMPLE COPY
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that Mr. Shaikh M.Z.
Has completed the In-Plant Training at
Nirman Gold Construction, Pvt. Ltd., Aurangabad

And submitted the In-Plant Training Report as per the


requirement of the
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad
in partial fulfillment of
Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)
For the academic Year 20

Internal Examiner

IPT Coordinator

- 20

Head of Department

Director

Contact Details:

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UNDERTAKING
Date:
To,
The Director,
DIETMS,
Aurangabad
Sub: - IN-PLANT TRAINING (IPT)
Respected Sir,
As a part of syllabi of B.E. Degree course of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
Aurangabad, I have to undergo IPT for final term from -------------to -----------. During IPT I undertake to follow
rules and regulations stated below:
1. I will submit a joining report in the prescribed form, duly countersigned by the Officer of the Organization where
I am assigned to undergo IPT.
2. I will be entirely under the disciplinary control of the organization where I am placed and will abide by the rules
and regulations of the said organization.
3. I will be entitled for leave during training period as per rules laid down by the organization / apprentice act.
Before proceeding on leave I will take prior permission from the authorities.
4. I will submit timely all the reports duly filled in and countersigned by the Officer of the Organization to the
institute as mentioned in the instruction manual.
5. I am aware that my part-II term of Third year will be granted if and only if: a) I attend training in allotted
organization/industry on their all working days b) Undergo training to the satisfaction of In-charge officers and
guide (faculty member) from institute c) On successful completion of training.
6. I will follow the stipulated term of training programmed.
7. I hereby undertake that, the institute will not be responsible for any mishap / accident during the training period
and also for my any act contrary to law.
8. I hereby undertake to get insured by taking Accidental Insurance Policy before joining the training for the
prescribed training period.
9. If, I will be eligible for stipend as per the policies of the organization where I am undergoing IPT.
10. I will obey and follow all the instructions and guidelines mentioned in In-Plant Training Instruction Manual
provided by IPT Coordinator.

Yours faithfully,

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Signature:

Address for Correspondence

Name:
Class:
Roll No:
E-mail id:

Contact No.

Signed before IPT Coordinator:

Prof. Shaikh. M.Z.


IPT Coordinator
E-mail: shaikh_zubair@rediffmail.com,
Shaikhzubair31 @gmail.com
Mobile:No. 9762551333/0240-2367544.

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