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TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE

DIESEL LOCO MODERNISATION WORKS


PATIALA
Information pertaining to Technical Training Centre / DMW/ Patiala

(a) Basic details :


Name of the Training Centre Technical Training Centre ( TTC )
Name of Controlling Officer Sh. S. K. Babbar
Designation Dy CME / Planning

Address Diesel Loco Modernisation Works,


Patiala -147003
Mobile No. 09779242109
Fax Number 0175-2397247
Email-ID Skbabbar2016@gmail.com
Classroom Timings Monday : 07 00 to 12 00 Hrs
&
13 00 to 17 00 Hrs
Tuesday to Friday : 07 00 to 12 00Hrs
&
: 13 00 to 16 30 Hrs
Saturday : 07 00 to 12 00 Hrs
Classroom Facilities Classrooms are equipped with chairs,
tables, white boards, computer and
Projector.
Hostel Facilities Not available
Messing Facilities Not available

(b) Details of Faculty Gazetted and Non-gazetted : As per annexure A


(c) Calendar of training courses : As per annexure B
(d) Photographs of the training centre : As per annexure C
(e) Important activity undertaken by training centre : ---
(g) Details of course contents : As per Annexure D.
S. Name (S/Sh.) Designation Mobile no. Qualification Experience
No.
1 S.K.Babbar Dy CME/Plg 9779242109 Degree in Mech. Engg. 30 years experience in various fields
And Post Graduate
Diploma in Business &
Marketing
2 S. L. Sharma WM/IE 9779242412 ME (Hons.) 30 years experience in various fields

3 G. P. Singh CWI 9779582475 DIP in Mech. Engg. 30 years experience in various fields

4 N. R. Sharma SSE 9779582142 DIP in Elect. Engg. 30 years experience in various fields

5 N. S. Sidhu SSE 8146641340 DIP in Mech. Engg. 26 years experience in various fields

6 C. P. Shrivastav SSE 9779582003 DIP in Elect. Engg. 29 years experience in various fields

7 S. K. Dogra SSE 9779582137 AMIE/Mech Engg. 28 years experience in various fields

8 N. C. Singla SSE 9779582226 ME/Industrial Engg. 30 years experience in various fields

9 Khushwant Singh SSE 9779592703 Intermediate. App. Mech. 30 years experience in various fields
10 Raghubir Singh Demonstrator 9463377803 ITI 26 years experience in various fields

ANNEXURE-A
ANNEXURE-B
DIESEL LOCO MODERNISATION WORKS, PATIALA
An ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & IS 18001Certified Organisation
TRAINING CALENDAR 2016-17

S.No Course Description APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB
(A) REFRESHER COURSES
1. Supervisor Development Prog. 02-17 05-21 05-20
2. Machinist 04-08 13-17 05-09 03-07 05-09 02-06
3. General Fitter & Tool Maker 02-06 01-05 17-21 19-23
4. T M Fitter 09-13 13-17 25-29 26-30 07-11
5. Diesel Fitter 18-22 20-24 08-12 03-07 12-16 02-06
6. T & C Fitter 25-29 18-22 19-23
7. MW Mechanic 16-20 11-15

Exclusively for DMW Staff


8. MW Electrical & Electrical Fitter 18-22 13-17 22-26 21-25
9. Crane Driver, Rigger & Driver Tech. 25-29 20-24
10. Painter 23-27
11. Carpenter 18-22
12. Welder 16-20 22-26 24-28
13. Telecommunication 19-23
14. RAC 25-29
(B) SPECIAL COURSES
15. Industrial Safety 07 19 16 07 11 15 13 10 08 05 09
16. First-Aid 27 24 19 28 16
17. Fire Fighting 21 26 23 28 25 22 20 17 15 12 16
18. CNC Machine Programming
23-27 04-08 26-30 07-11 09-13
Course for DMW Artisan
For DMW & Z-

19. CNC Machine Programming


25-30 17-22
RLY staff

Course for Supervisors


CNC Machine Sup 16-21 13-18
20.
Maintenance Course
(Electronics & Hydraulics) Artisan 19-24 07-12 01-06 03-08
Kindly send nomination for course no 19&20 in advance by E-mail to: gp_singh_2007@yahoo.co.in , ncsingla3@gmail.com
ANNEXURE C

TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE, DMW, PATIALA

VIEW OF SEMINAR IN TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE


MACHINE SHOP ELECTRICAL LAB

CNC TRAINER LATHE


WORKING CUT MODELOF DIESEL LOCO HYDRAULIC TRAINER

VIRTUAL WELDER TRAINER


HYDRAULIC TRAINER

Cleanliness drive by TTC staff during Swachh Bharat Abhiyan


ANNEXURE D

DETAILS OF COURSE CONTENTS :

01. SUPERVISOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME:


INTRODUCTION
Introduction to the subject course, need & objectives,
Short view of the syllabus to be covered during this programme.

FINANCE 1
Budget, its appropriation,
Stages of review,
Continuity of the process.

FINANCE 2
Role of audit,
control function expenditure,
What is audit, who is competent to audit, answerability to ability.

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT-1
Suspension, penalties, disciplinary authorities, applets authorities, reviewing
authorities, serving of orders and notices.
DAR inquiries, procedures for imposing penalties.
Dos and Donts for inquiry officers,
Dos and Donts for presenting officer.

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT-II
Need for industrial relations.
Healthy workers participation and management relationship.
A capsule on Factory Act
Role of trade unions, constitution and election of office bearers, levels of
functioning of trade unions, issues to be discussed with trade unions.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT-III
Personnel function (Scope & Organisation)
Selection (Process & methods), performance appraisal, wages & salary
Administration, selection of Employees, grievances, workers participation
PREM
A capsule on Workmens Compensation Act.

PERSONS WITH DISABILITY ACT 1995


Rights and entitlements of persons with disability,
Sensitization towards disabled staff,
Creation of free environment for disabled persons,
Non discriminating environment for disabled persons.

MANAGEMENT - 1
To manage resources like Men, Machines, Materials, Time & Capital.
To strive of optimum utilization thereof.
Planning, Organisation, staffing, controlling.

MANAGEMENT 2
Communication process,
Styles of speakers, Listening, barriers to communicate,
Communication channels.

MANAGEMENT - 3

Priority of needs & motivation,, Marlows Hierarchy needs, factors, motivation.


Leadership styles, poor relationship & styles ( Personality, Develop
Leadership, Action wise theories)
Defining and planning a project, implementation stages controlling, work in
progress, feedback ,project completion.

MANAGEMENT 4
Types of Decisions, Steps & aids in decision making, giving choice in decision.
Common problems (procrastination policy delegator)personal sense of time,
identifying long term goals & plans, planning the day, time effectiveness in offices.
MANAGEMENT 5
Stress management counselling,
Factors responsible for creating stress,
Life styling and attitudes to cope with stress, relaxation techniques.

MATERIAL MANAGEMENT /INVENTORY


Organisation and control,
Material planning and budgeting,
Codification and standardisation,
ABC analysis, sources, selection, and inventory of railways.

HEALTH AND NUTRIATION


Balance diet,
Medical Check up,
First-Aid Box,
Contribution of health of manpower in production

HEALTH EDUCATION & MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY


Nutrition, Hygienes,
First-Aid and Medical check-ups,
Behaviour, Emotions & Stresses,
Attitudes , Learners habits, Personality,
Intellegenous and life cycle of family,

PREVENTION OF NON - COMMUNICABLE DIEASES & FAMILY PLANNING


Aids, Obesity, Diabetes, Hypertension,
Coronary artery diseases and family Planning.

ROLLING STOCK PROGRAMME


Rolling stock programme,
M&P programme, works programme,
Preparation at preliminary and final stages.

DISASTER MANAGEMENT
Introduction of disaster management,
Main type of disasters,
Preparation for pre-disaster
Action during disaster and after disaster,
Responsibilities of management and responsibility of supervisor.

SAFETY
Safety precautions to be observed in workshop
Legal observation
Duties of Shop Incharge and responsibility of management as per Factory Act.

VIGILANCE
Role of vigilance, a guide,
Listening precautions.

CUSTOMER CARE
Customer care and Courtesy- importance of customer,
Concept customer friendly, courtesies which may be extended.

FUTURE TRENDS
Emerging trends on Indian Railways.
What are the future plans on Indian Railways,
Production of 3100 HP Loco & 4000 HP GM Loco.

GENERAL
Organisation of railways,
Various departments,
Inter departmental working and any day-to-day working of railways.
ISO
Brief introduction to ISO,
Awareness of Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008, Environmental
Management System ISO 14001:2004 and Occupational Health and Safety
System (OHSAS 18001:2007) ,
Status of ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 in DMW
Quality, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Policy of DMW.

FEED BACK
Feed back of the course,
Shortcomings & suggestions to improve the course further.
Discussions on the queries of participants about the course.
02. FIRST AID
Introduction & Principal of First Aid,
Handling & Transportation of Injured Person,
Respiration & Asphyxia,
Wounds & Bleeding,
Fracture & Dressing/Bandage,
Diarrhoea & Fever,
Management of an unconscious patient & Bites,
Burns & Poisoning,
AIDS,
Donts in First Aid,
Practical Demonstration of First Aid.
03. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY:
Introduction to Industrial safety,
Use of personnel Equipments,
Requirement of industrial safety,
Right to safety and safety principles,
Various causes of accidents,
Prevention of accidents,
Various types of hazards,
Types of various kinds of accidents and their reporting,
Role of management, supervisors & workers on industrial safety,
Safety Committee Meeting and its functions,
Conducting of mock drills and any other.
04. FIRE FIGHTING:
Introduction,
Identification of unsafe condition for fire prevention,
Organizing for fire protection,
Control of emergencies,
Disaster control organization,
General organizational consideration.

05. CNC MACHINE PROGRAMMING:


Introduction to part program,
What is programming,
What the programmer has to do,
Preparatory (G) Functions as: ISO 646 (Fanuc sys & Sinumeric latest), Miscellaneous (M) Function
as: ISO 646 (Fanuc sys & Sinumeric latest),
Common Codes & Addresses for Lathe/ Milling & Drilling Machines,
Procedure associated with part program,
Structure of part program in the tabulation with Example,
Co-ordinates System, Programming Modes,
Absolute & Incremental Modes,
Diameter and Radius Programming,
Program of Step Turning (Absolute),
Program of Step Turning (Incremental),
Step Turning & Threading, Taper Turning,
Step turning with Taper Turning,
Radius Clock Wise, Radius Center Clock Wise,
Parting Subroutine,
Milling Circular & Canned Cycle function,
Milling Rectangular & Canned Cycle function,
Letter Function A, Letter Function C,
Circular Angle Function, Mirror Function, Scaling Function,
Drilling with Repeat Function,
Pick drilling cycle.

06. CNC MACHINE MAINTENANCE:


Basic electronics,
Description of semiconductor devices,
Visit to electronics lab,
Block diagram of CNC,
Detail of PLC of a CNC machine,
Explanation of plc and CNC faults,
Shop floor visit for awareness of electronics circuits & practical implications of electronics circuits,
DC and AC drive of CNC control,
Different types of controls,
Feedback devices & troubleshooting of CNC machine,
Shop floor visit for awareness of electronics circuits & practical implications of electronics circuits.,
Features of different type of machines.,
Basics hydraulics, Machine maintenance.,
Practical on hydraulics in Mechatronics Lab,
Shop floor visit for awareness of hydraulic system,
Hydraulic maintenance.,
Hydraulic trouble shooting.,
Shop floor visit for awareness of hydraulic system.
REFRESHER COURSES

01. Machinist:
Introduction, Tool Materials & Tool Geometry, General purpose machines & special purpose machines , CNC
Part Programming, CNC Tooling and qualified tooling, CNC Machine advantages and disadvantages,
Machining operations, Engine Block & Con. Rod manufacturing process, Capacity utilization, Carbon Brush
Manufacturing Process, Cam Shaft Manufacturing Process, Gear manufacturing and testing processes, ISO
awareness, Disaster Management & feedback .

02. Diesel Fitter:


Introduction, Two Stroke & Four Stroke I.C. Engines, Turbo Super Charger, Construction details and
specifications of Diesel Electric Locomotive, Fuel Oil System & Fuel Injection Equipments, Air Brake System,
Lube Oil System & Water Cooling System, Under Frame Camber, Buffers & CBC Coupling, Bogie
Constructional Details, and Modifications carried out on Diesel Electric Locomotive. Practical demonstration on
simulator for assembly of Diesel components. ISO Awareness, Disaster management & feedback.
03. Gen. Fitter:
Introduction Engineering Drawing, Limits, Fits and Tolerance, Hand Tools, Jigs & Fixtures, Fasteners, Threads
and Joints, Measuring Instruments, Destructive Testing & Non-destructive testing, Power transmission,
Bearings mounting & dismounting , Revision of Heat Treatment, quarry session, ISO awareness , Disaster
Management & feedback.
04. Welder:
Basic knowledge of Electricity, Various type of Electrodes, Gas Welding & Oxy Cutting Welding, MIG & TIG
Welding, Practical training on Virtual welder, Welding of Cast Iron & Stainless Steel, Welding defects & its
remedies, Submerged & Plasma Arc Welding, Health & Safety aspects in Welding, Arc Welding principles D.C
& A.C, Welding Plant & current requirement, Inspection& non-destructive test of welding, Robotic welding
techniques/ Automation of welding & its advantages, Heat Treatment Process, ISO awareness, Disaster
Management & feedback.
05. T.M Fitter:
Introduction to Electrical Engineering, Insulating materials used for rewinding of Traction Motors and Traction
Generators, Traction Machines, Commutator and its construction, Armature Winding & Stator winding, Process
of manufacturing of Stator & Armature coils, Process of rewinding of Traction Motor and Traction Generator &
Alternator, Testing facilities for TM , TG & Traction Alternator, Common defects on D.C. Machines and their
remedial measures, EMD TA Manufacturing & repairs, Overhauling of AC Traction Motors (Siemens Make ),
ISO awareness and disaster Management & feedback.
06. T & C Fitter:
Basic electrical fundamentals, electrical control components i.e. relay, contactors, switches etc. Excitation
Control System, overhauling and rewinding of auxiliary D.C. Machines, safety devices and their working. Main
features of Microprocessor Control System (MBCS) .Micro Controller Based Governor (M.C.B.G). Comparison
between WDM2, WDM3A, WDM3D & WDG3A Locomotives. Latest Electrical Modifications being done at
DMW during Rebuilding of Locomotives, loco load box testing, ISO awareness, Disaster Management &
feedback.
07. Crane Drivers:
Signals & Safety Rules, Construction features of Crane, Functioning of Electrical System, Daily cleaning and
lubricating schedule, Working of Crane, Working of Diesel Engine, Trouble shooting of Diesel Engine,
Preventive Maintenance of Cranes, Slings, Tackles, Wire Ropes and Knots, Safety and First Aid, ISO
Awareness & Disaster Management & feedback.
08. Rigger:
Use of Measuring tape and other simple Measuring instruments, Preparation before cutting a rope for Splicing,
Length of rope to be left for Splicing, Knowledge of tool used for Splicing, Splicing a wire rope with or without
Thimble, How to Splice a Cotton or Manila rope, How to remove slight kinks from wire rope, Strength of wire
ropes, Chain / manila ropes, Cotton ropes & Nylon ropes etc, Crane Signal, Different Weight that can be lifted
with Crane at corresponding angle of Jib, Crane breakdown & power failure, Rigging Tackles, Preventive
maintenance of Wire ropes, Chain Slings & Lifting Tackles, First Aid, Fire Fighting & Safety at work, ISO
Awareness and Disaster Management & feedback.
09. Driver Tech:
Knowledge about Road rules and Symbols, Knowledge of various parts of vehicles which are important with
respect to safety such as brakes, steering, gear and control etc, Working and difference between two stroke
and four stroke engines, Control and knowledge of speed, acceleration and tyre pressure and driving on all
types of roads, Knowledge about all types of dashboard meters such as oil pressure, temperature, ampere
meter, charging of battery etc, Working and difference between Petrol Engine and Diesel Engine, Awareness
about allowed and safe load. (Carrying capacity of vehicle.) Knowledge of daily maintenance of Battery such
as terminals cleaning, electrolyte level and general safety, Knowledge about running maintenance such as
oiling, brake adjustment, ignition adjustment and oil level etc, Knowledge of driving of all vehicles such as car,
fork lifter, truck, bus etc and knowledge of their parts, Knowledge about starting, stopping & driving of vehicle,
should hold heavy duty driving license, Knowledge about lubrication. (Parts which are not lubricated
automatically), ISO Awareness & Disaster Management & feedback.
10. Carpenter:
Introduction, Classification of Timber. Types of timber, Structure of a Timber tree, The specific uses of different
types of timber. Conversion and market forms of timber, Seasoning of wood. Common defects in timber,
Plywood and preservation of timber, Carpentry marking and measuring tools, Carpentry cutting tools.
Sharpening of wood working tools. Care and safety precautions during working, Carpentry processes such as
making, sawing, planning, boring, grooving etc. Safety in carpentry shop, Types of wooden Joints &
precautions while making joints, Auxiliary materials used in wood making, Wood polishing materials as Paints,
Varnish and Lacquers etc, Estimation of cost, ISO awareness, Disaster Management & feedback.
11. Painter:
Knowledge of colours and paints such as primary and secondary colour, synthetic enamel, deco paint, stowing
paints etc, Knowledge of various types of putties, their preparation and specific use, Knowledge of various
types of thinners used in painting, their specific use and knowledge of other solvents used in painting,
Knowledge of methods for removal of old paints, Procedure for painting interior and exterior surfaces. Uses of
under coat and final coat, Knowledge of stencil cutting and working, letter writing in English, Hindi and Colour-
coding, Knowledge of various types of equipments such as sanding disc, putty applying tool, putty cutting etc,
Knowledge of various types to machines and their maintenance used in painting such as cup gun, pressure
feed, air less painting etc, Knowledge of calculating the quality of paint required for specific use under
standard conditions, Knowledge of simple drawing used in painting and preparation according to the drawings,
ISO awareness, Disaster Management & feedback.
12. Electrical Fitter:
Basics of Electricity, Power factor improvement, causes of low power factor and losses of low power factor,
Indian Electricity Rules, Electrical Accidents, Earthing and safety, Maintenance of Electrical sub station and
transformers, Testing and Commissioning of Electrical installations, ISO awareness, Disaster Management &
feedback.

13. RAC:
Basics about Air Conditioning & Refrigeration and its definition, Comfort Air Conditioning for human being,
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning equipments used in DMW, WAC, Split AC, Refrigerator, Deep freezer, cooling
cabinet, Water cooler Panel ACs central AC plant, Types of compressors used in Air Conditioning /
Refrigeration i.e. open type, semi-sealed, thematically sealed, Rotary, Introduction of different parts of central
AC Plant i.e. DX type, Chillier type, Latest developments in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, ISO awareness,
Disaster Management & feedback.

14. Telecommunication:
Ohms Law, Series and Parallel connection of resistance, Basic Electricity, Maintenance of telephone
instrument, Maintenance of power plant, Maintenance of line plant, Knowledge of PA system microphone,
amplifier horn type and box type speaker, Basic knowledge of FAX machine operator console, Type of
telephone exchange there facilities and uses, General knowledge of walkie-talkie set, VHF set etc, UHF &
Microwave equipments, Cable jointing, General knowledge of fault finding of under ground and overhead
cables, Knowledge of OFC cable, General knowledge of PRS, ISO awareness & feedback.

15. M W Mechanical:
Features of different types of machines, Types of machine maintenance, Maintenance tools, Machine
Foundation and Levelling, Power Transmission mechanism, Automobiles, Lifting Tackles, Fluid Power,
Hydraulics & Pneumatics (Training in Mechatronics Lab), Bearings, ISO Awareness, Disaster Management &
feedback.

16. M W Electrical:
Electricity and introduction to electronics, knowledge of relays, contactor and switches, A.C. fundamentals and
electrical circuits, transformer, study of D.C. Machine Study of A.C. Machine Knowledge about different control
components Measuring instruments Voltage stabilizer and D.C. stepper motor earthlings and cable
maintenance, ISO awareness, disaster Management & feedback.
17. Tool Maker:
Hand tools used by Tool Maker. Limits, Fits & Tolerances Introduction to Measuring instruments. Digital &
conventional measuring instruments, Reading, calibration, handling and their uses etc. Cutting tools their
types, uses and materials. Surface finish , Lapping, honing , polishing and scrapping Heat treatment and
metallurgy Engineering drawing Jigs and fixtures Machine operations, grinding operations and machine
cutting tools Simple workshop calculations and their conversions Various types of Fasteners, locking devices
& their uses ISO Awareness Disaster Management & feedback.