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:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VA, VB, VC, VD, VE, VF,VH, VM, VN, VP, VR, VT, VW :- FIRST :- COMMUNICATION SKILLS :- 9005

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 Rationale: The Students have been already been exposed to the Language Skills pertaining to English, leading to a better understanding of English & use of grammar, developing a base for the language. Now with a view to achieve some mastery over the language & to develop Communication Skills, which is the main objective of this subject, the basic concepts of communication, Non-verbal and written skills have been Introduced. Objectives: The Students will be able to: 1) Understand and use the basic concepts of communication and principles of effective communication in an organized set up and social context 2) Give a positive feedback in various situations, to use appropriate body language & to avoid barriers for effective communication 3) Write the various types of letters, reports and office drafting with the appropriate format TU -PR 02 PAPER 03 TH 80 Examination Scheme TEST 20 PR -OR 25# TW 25@

Learning Structure:

Applications

To enable the students to communicate effectively by using the concept of communication, appropriate non-verbal and writing skills

Procedures

Techniques of communicating in organizational and social context

Principles governing the appropriate use of non-verbal skills

Techniques of effective writing

Principles

Principle of comprehending the basics of communication

Principles of appropriation and contextualization of the use of body language

Principle of drafting coherent, logical & simple sentences.

Concepts

Concept of formal, informal, verbal, non-verbal types of communication

Concept of body language

Designing the message

Facts

Theory of communication

Theory of non-verbal skills ( Body language)

Formats of letters, Reports, office drafting

Contents: Theory Chapter Name of the Topic Introduction to communication: 1.1 Definition , communication cycle/ process, 1.2 The elements of communication : sender- message channelReceiver Feedback & Context. 1.3 Definition of communication process. 1.4 Stages in the process : defining the context, knowing the audience, designing the message, encoding , selecting proper channels, transmitting, receiving, decoding and giving feedback. Types of communication Formal- Informal, Verbal- Nonverbal, Vertical- horizontaldiagonal Principles of effective communication : 3.1 Definition of effective communication 3.2 Communication barriers & how to overcome them. 3.3 Developing effective messages: Thinking about purpose, knowing the audience, structuring the message, selecting proper channels, minimizing barriers & facilitating feedback. Non verbal- graphic communication: 4.1 Non- verbal codes: A- Kinesecs , B- Proxemics , C Haptics D-Vocalics , E- Physical appearance. F -Chronemics , G Artifacts Marks: 08 4.2 Aspects of body language Marks: 06 4.3 Interpreting visuals & illustrating with visuals like tables, charts & graphs. Marks: 08 Formal written skills : 5.1 Office Drafting : Circular, Notice , and Memo. Marks: 06 5.2 Job Application with resume. Marks: 08 5.3 Business correspondence : Enquiry, Order letter, Complaint letter, and Adjustment letter. Marks: 06 5.4 Report writing : Accident report, fall in production, Progress / Investigative. Marks: 08 5.5 Defining & describing objects & giving Marks: 04 Instructions. Total Hours 04 Marks 08

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Assignments: 1. Communication Cycle (With The Help Of Diagram) 2. Communication Situations (List Of 5 Communication situations stating the type of communication 3. Barriers That Hinder A Particular Communication Situation. (State the type of barrier, and how to overcome them). 4. Developing A Story Or A Paragraph For The Given Topic Sentence.(in a group of 5 6 students) 5. Describing Various Equipments. 6. Identifying The Various Sentences With Their Type Of Writing. (e.g. Scientific, legal, colloquial etc.) 7. Business Letters 8. Letters Of Suggestion 9. Comparative Time Table Of 2 Students 10. Description Of Two Different Persons.(seeing the picture) 11. Letter To The Librarian, Principal 12. Report Writing. NOTE: The above assignments are suggested to be completed in the prescribed work-book. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. No. 01 02 03 04 05 Author Krushna Mohan, Meera Banerji Joyeeta Bhattacharya Jayakaran
R.K. Bansal Harrison and

Title Developing Communication Skills Communication Skills Every ones guide to effective writing

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Year

Publisher Macmillan Reliable Series Apple publishing

J.B. Spoken English for India

First

1972

Excellence in John Thill and Court Land Business Bovee Communication

First

1991

New york- Mc grawHill Publication New york- Mc graw Hill Publication

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FIRST :- ELEMENTS OF ENGINEERING :- 10215

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU -PR -PAPER 02 TH 40 Examination Scheme TEST 10 PR -OR -TW --

OBJECTIVES: The students must be able to : 1) 2) 3) 4) Know basic Instruments used in Civil Engineering . Know fundamentals of Civil Engineering. Know Principles of various Civil Engineering applications. Gain knowledge to plumbing about various electrical requirements, protective devices, wiring systems.

DETAILED CONTENTS: 1.3 CHAPTER 1 Surveying : a. Introduction b. Linear & Angular measurements, Introduction 1 to EDM. c. Leveling d. Plane table Survey e. Job Layout 2. Construction :1) Introduction to load bearing & framed structures 2) Civil Engg. Materials 2 3) Concrete, PCC, RCC 4) Masonry works 5) Foundation, types of foundations 10 12 10 08 CONTENTS A. Elements of Civil Engg. MARKS HOURS

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CHAPTER 6) Finishes

CONTENTS 7) Pre-fab construction 8) Awareness of structural components from Plumbing Engineering point of view. (Preferably an Expert Lectures shall be arranged. No question shall be set on this Topic) B. Elements of Electrical Engg. 1. Fundamental Concepts : Effect of electric currentmagnetic , heating and Chemical, Their appliances such as Electric bells ,Water heater, Electric iron etc., Conductors ,insulators and semi-conductors, 2. Electrical supply system ; A.C. and D.C. supply, Single

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phase and three phase supply system. 3. Electrical wiring : Types of wires , Wiring system, domestic wiring installation ,Protection : devices for over protection such as fuse, circuit breaker , Electric motors , Transformers , switchgears for electric motors (3 phase ) . TOTAL

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REFERENCE: Author Kanetkar & Kulkarni Sushilkumar ABC in Building construction Macay B. L. Thereja. V. L. Mittal BIS Title Surveying & leveling Building construction Building construction Electrical Engineering Basic Electrical Engineering National Building code of India 2005 Year Of Publication Mantri publications 2005 Place Of Publication & Publisher Bureau of Indian Standard, New Delhi

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING : VP : FIRST : PLUMBING DRAWING : 10216

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 01 TU -PR 04 PAPER HRS 02 TH 40 Examination Scheme TEST 10 PR -OR 50@ TW 50@

OBJECTIVES : The student must be able to 1) Prepare plumbing system drawings. 2) Prepare specifications for plumbing material. DETAILED CONTENTS: CHAPTER 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Convention as per IS962-1967. 1.2 Lines, center line, hidden line, break line, section line 1.3 Dimensions- Dimension line, extension line, arrow heads or dots, pointer line, lettering size, style and their significance. 1.4 Symbol for door, windows and other building components. 1 1.5 Symbols used for components in plumbing 1.6 Scale various scale and their significance & presentation of scale. 1.7 Layout of drawing and folding of drawing sheet as per IS962. 1.8 Study of plan section of a three storied residential building. 1.9 Study of working drawings i.e. location map , site 8 4 CONTENTS MARKS HOURS

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CONTENTS plan, Plan of roof, Floor plan, enlarged floor Plan of toilet, Kitchen, Plan elevation & classification of structures including reinforcement details, Riser diagrams. 2.0 Plumbing Drawing

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2.1 Preparing working drawing for the plumbing details for below mention items. 1) Indian type wc pan showing the details about position of ablution tap its location of tap and flush valve or flushing cistern. 2) European type wc pan with all details mention in one above, Anglo Indian type pan with all details about position of ablution tap, its 2 location of tap and flush valve or flushing cistern. 3) Cold and hot water tap with shower by using assembly of concealed cock. 4) Wash hand basin showing arrangement of angle cock, bottle trap, pillar cock etc. 5) Hot and cold arrangement with shower by using mixer cock. 6) Arrangement of plumbing for a bath tub. 3.0 Preparing a working drawing for all 3 storied residential building (for plumbing only). 3.1 Tracing of the drawing prepared for 3 storied building. 3 3.2 Preparing ammonia print of above set drawing. The above set drawing shall include the schedule for varies items of plumbing. 3.3 Detailing of plumbing services and preparing plumbing drawings. TOTAL 40 16 8 4 24 8

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A) Preparing 12 Nos. A3 Size Plates for below mentioned


Convention as per IS962-1967. Types of lines, center line, hidden line, break line, section line Dimensions- Dimension line, extension line, arrow heads or dots, pointer line, lettering size, style and their significance. Symbol for door, windows and other building components. Symbols used for components in plumbing Scale various scale and their significance & presentation of scale. Indian type wc pan showing the details about position of ablution tap its location of tap and flush valve or flushing cistern. European type wc pan with all details mention in one above, Anglo Indian type pan with all details about position of ablution tap its location of tap and flush valve or flushing cistern. Cold and hot water tap with shower by using assembly of counsealed cock. Wash hand basin showing arrangement of angle cock, bottle trap, pillar cock etc. Hot and cold arrangement with shower by using mixer cock. Arrangement of plumbing for a bath tub. Plumbing Drawing of Existing Pipe Line of Hostel Building.

B) Preparing working drawing for plumbing arrangement and storm water disposal system for three storied residential building (Preferably by AUTOCAD) REFERENCE: Author CR Mohan & Vivek Anand BIS IS 962 IS 1200 Design & Practical hand book on plumbing National Building code of India 2005 Title Year Of Publication 1967 2005 Place Of Publication & Publisher standard publishers, Distributors, Delhi. Bureau of Indian Standard, New Delhi

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FIRST :- ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS :-

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU 01 PR -PAPER -TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR -OR -TW 25@

OBJECTIVE: Artisan to technocrat course leading to vocational Diploma in plumbing will provide learners with knowledge, skills and training necessary to enter the Plumbing profession. The major aim of the course is to educate and prepare qualified plumber as well as to develop a keen awareness regarding professional responsibilities as a plumber in the minds of artisan. The course emphasis the acquisition of theoretical knowledge and skills pertaining to specialized demand of plumbing profession. Able to : 1 Understand mathematical calculations involved in plumbing process. 2 Apply the mathematical knowledge while designing plumbing system. DETAILED CONTENTS : 1.1 CHAPTER Unit-I : Algebra 1.0 Logarithms: Definition of Logarithms, type of logarithms, laws of logarithms, applications of logarithms, to solve engineering problems. 2.0 Determinants : Definition of Determinants, Order of Determinants, Expansion of Determinants of order 2 and 3, 1 Properties of determinants, Cramers Rule (Solution of Simultaneous equations in two and three unknowns). Application of determinants to cooardinate geometry and to solve engineering problems/ 3.0 Partial fraction rational fraction to resolve given rational fraction into partial fractions. Denominator containing 8 CONTENTS HOURS

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CONTENTS repeated linear factors, Denominator containing irreducible non-repeated quadratic factors, application in engineering problems. Unit-II: Trignometry 4.0 Trigonometric ratios: Trigonometric ratios of any angle, trigonometric ratios of positive and negative angles of any size and signal, fundamental identities, procedure for use of fundamental identities, example using fundamental

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identities and table of accurate angles. 5.0 Trigonometric ratios of allied , compound and multiple angles, Trigonometric ratios of allied angles, Trigonometric 2 ratios of compound angles , Trigonometric ratios of multiple angles and submultiples angles, product, sum, difference formulae. 6.0 Inverse circular function: Definition, principle value of inverse circular functions, relations between inverse trigonometric function, simple problems. 7.0 Properties and solutions of a triangle, Sine Rule, Cosine rule, Tangent Rule, Half angle formulae, Problems. Unit-III: Co-ordinate Geometry 8.0 Point and distance: Points, Cartesian co-ordinate system, relation between Cartesian and Polar co-ordinate, distance formula, type of triangle and quadrilaterals, section 8

formula, midpoint formula, centroid of a triangle, area of a triangle, collinearity of three points. 9.0 Straight lines : slope and intercepts of a line, different forms 3 of straight line, slope intercept form, slope point form, two point form, two intercept form , normal form, general form, and its slope and intercept, acute angle between two lines, condition for two straight line to be parallel and perpendicular each other, perpendicular distance of point from the lines, distance between two parallel lines. 10.0 Circle: Definition of a circle, different forms of a circle, 5

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CONTENTS standard equation of a circle, centre radius form of a circle, diameter form of a circle, general form and its centre and radius, equation of tangent and normal to the circle. Unit: IV Function and Limits: 11.0 Function and limits: functions, concept of constant and variable, definition of function, value of function at a point,

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types of functions, concept of limit and limit of a function, algebra of limits, Standard limit, Limits of algebric, trigonometric and logarithmic function. Unit: V Differential Calculus: 12.0 Definition of derivative of function, derivative by the

method of first principle, laws of derivatives, standard formulae, derivatives of different types of functions. TOTAL

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* TW :- 10 problems per topic to be given to students for practice.

REFERENCE: Author Deshpande S. P. Grewal B. S. Deshpande S. P. Title Mathematics for polytechnic student Engineering Mathematics Calculus Year Of Publication Place Of Publication & Publisher -

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING : VP : FIRST : COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS :

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH -TU -PR 4 Paper Hrs -TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR 50* # OR -TW 25@

* On line examination RATIONALE:


Computer plays an important role in human lives. The primary purpose of using a computer is to make life easier. It is a gateway to a wonderful world of information and various applications. Computers have established an indispensable part in a business, academics, defense, budgeting, research, engineering, medicine, space. This subject introduces the fundamentals of computer system focusing various hardware and software components. It also provides biblical worldview regarding computer ethics by means of Internet.

OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Understand a computer system that has hardware and software components, which controls and makes them useful. Understand the operating system as the interface to the computer system. Use the basic functions of an operating system. Set the parameter required for effective use of hardware combined with and application softwares Compare major OS like Linux and MS-Windows Use file mangers, word processors, spreadsheets, presentation softwares and Internet. Have hands on experience on operating system and different application software Use the Internet to send mail and surf the World Wide Web.

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Learning Structure:

Application

Preparing various office documents Internet surfing, Familiarize with various hardware components, application of computer system in various domains

Principles

Understanding basic principles of computer system and hardware components

Concepts

Understand the hardware & software

Window components and selection techniques

Preparing &manipulating Documents with Word, spreadsheets, and presentations

Internet browsing & surfing

Facts

Information, Basic hardware Components, Peripheral Devices

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CONTENTS: Theory Note: Contents of theory are to be taught in Practical Period Chapter Name of the Topic Fundamentals Of Computer Introduction Components of PC The system Unit Front part of system Unit Back part of system Unit CPU Memory of computer Monitor Mouse, Keyboard Disk, Printer, Scanner, Modem, Video, Sound cards, Speakers Introduction To Windows 2000/Xp Working with window Desktop Components of window Menu bar option Starting window Getting familiar with desktop Moving from one window to another Reverting windows to its previous size Opening task bar buttons into a windows Creating shortcut of program Quitting windows

GUI Based Editing, Spreadsheets, Tables & Presentation Application Using MS Office 2000 & Open Office.Org
3 Menus Opening, menus, Toolbars, standard toolbars, formatting toolbars & closing Quitting Document ,Editing & designing your document Spreadsheets Working & Manipulating data with Excel Changing the layout Working with simple graphs Presentation Working With PowerPoint and Presentation Introduction To Internet What is Internet Equipment Required for Internet connection Sending &receiving Emails Browsing the WWW Creating own Email Account Internet chatting Usage of Computer System in various Domains Computer application in

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Name of the Topic Offices, books publication data analysis ,accounting , investment, inventory control, graphics, database management, Instrumentation, Airline and railway ticket reservation, robotics, artificial intelligence, military, banks, design and research work, real-time, point of sale terminals, financial transaction terminals. Information technology for benefits of community Impact of computer on society Social responsibilities Applications of IT Impact of IT Ethics and information technology Future with information technology

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List of Practicals Working with Windows 2000 desktop ,start icon, taskbar, Recycle Bin, My Computer icon ,The Recycle Bin and deleted files Creating shortcuts on the desktop The Windows 2000 accessories WordPad editing an existing document Use of Paint drawing tools The Calculator, Clock The Windows Explorer window, concept of drives, folders and files? Folder selection techniques, Switching drives, Folder creation Moving or copying files, Renaming, Deleting files ,and folders Printing Installing a printer driver Setting up a printer Default and installed printers Controlling print queues Viewing installed fonts The clipboard and drag and drop Basic clipboard concepts Linking vs. embedding Moving through a Word document menu bar and drop down menus toolbars Entering text into a Word 2000 document, selection techniques Deleting text Font formatting keyboard shortcuts * Paragraph formatting Bullets and numbering * Page formatting What is page formatting? Page margins Page size and orientation Page breaks, Headers and footers Introducing tables and columns Printing within Word 2000 Print setup Printing options Print preview * Development of application using mail merge Mail merging addresses for envelopes Printing an addressed envelope and letter Creating and using macros in a document * Creating and opening workbooks Entering data

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Navigating in the worksheet Selecting items within Excel 2000 Inserting and deleting cells, rows and column Moving between worksheets, saving worksheet, workbook Formatting and customizing data Formulas, functions and named ranges Creating, manipulating & changing the chart type Printing, Page setup, Margins Sheet printing options, Printing a worksheet * Preparing presentations with Microsoft Power Point. Slides and presentations, Opening an existing presentation , Saving a presentation Using the AutoContent wizard ,Starting the AutoContent wizard Selecting a presentation type within the AutoContent wizard Presentation type Presentation titles, footers and slide number * Creating a simple text slide Selecting a slide layout Manipulating slide information within normal and outline view Formatting and proofing text Pictures and backgrounds drawing toolbar AutoShapes Using clipart Selecting objects Grouping and un-grouping objects The format painter * Creating and running a slide show Navigating through a slide show Slide show transitions Slide show timings Animation effects

* Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 & the Internet


Connecting to the Internet
24. The Internet Explorer program window

The on-line web tutorial Using hyper links


Responding to an email link on a web page

Searching the Internet Searching the web via Microsoft Internet Explorer 25. Searching the Internet using Web Crawler Searching the Internet using Yahoo Commonly used search engines Favorites, security & customizing Explorer 26. Organizing Favorite web sites Customizing options general, security, contents, connection, programs, advanced * Using the Address Book Adding a new contact 27. Creating a mailing group

Addressing a message
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Using electronic mail Starting Outlook Express Using the Outlook Express window 28. Changing the window layout Reading file attachment Taking action on message-deleting, forwarding, replying * Email & newsgroups Creating and sending emails 29. Attached files Receiving emails Locating and subscribing to newsgroups Posting a message to a newsgroup Chatting on internet 30. Understating Microsoft chat environment Chat toolbar
Note : Term work will include printout of Exercises of practicals marked with asterisks ( * )

Learning Resources: Books: Sr. No. 01 02 Author Vikas Gupta Henry Lucas Title Comdex Computer Course Kit Information Technology for management Computer Fundamentals Architecture and Organisation Edition First 7Th Publisher Dreamtech Tata Mc-Graw Hills New Age International Publisher

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FIRST :- APPLIED MECHANICS :-

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU -PR 02 PAPER -TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR -OR -TW 50@

OBJECTIVES: The students must be able to: 1) Understand fundamentals of mechanics 2) Understand different types of frictional forces. 3) Know the basic and applications of simple lifting mechanics. DETAILED CONTENTS : 1.2 CHAPTER Unit: I Introduction 1.0: 1 Fundamentals Concepts: Mechanics, statics, dynamic, rigid 4 CONTENTS HOURS

kinetics, kinematics, space, time, mass, particle, body, body, scalar, vector quantities, fundamental units. Unit-II Force System

2.0 Resolution of forces, concept of force, definition, unit, graphic representation, concept of system of food, non-coplanar, coplanar, concurrent, non- concurrent, and parallel forces,

Resolution of forces in to two components at right angle to each 2 other by analytical method. 3.0 Composition of forces: Law of parallelogram of forces, Varignons Theorem. Composition of Co-planner, concurrent, and non- concurrent forces. Moment of Force, Couples, Lever arm, resultant of coplanar, concurrent and non-concurrent forces. 12

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CONTENTS 4.0 Equilibrium: Definition of resultant and equilibrium, equilibrium of co-plannar concurrent forces, Lamis Theorem, Equilibrium of co-plannar, parallel forces and co-plannar non-concurrent forces. Analytical condition of equilibrium for co-plannar concurrent and non- concurrent forces. Principles of virtual work and reaction of simply supported beam by using principle of virtual work. Unit-III Friction Force 5.0 Friction : Introduction, rough and smooth surfaces, Definition of friction, Friction as a self adjusting force, different types of

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friction. Law of Friction, Co-efficient of friction, angle of friction and angle of repose. Equilibrium of bodies on level inclined planes. Ladder friction with coefficient of friction for one plane only. Unit-IV Simple Lifting Machines 6.0 Definition, Mechanical advantage, velocity ratio, efficiency, relation between them, reversibility of lifting machine, Law of

Machine, Maximum M-A, Maximum efficiency, Study of Machine, differential wheel and axles , Weston differential pully block, simple screw jack, Worm and Wheel, gear trained single and double purchase winch. TOTAL

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List of Practicals : 1) Experimental verification of Theorem of moments. 2) Equilibrium of coplanar concurrent forces using principal of polygon of forces. 3) Verification of Lamis Theorem. 4) Study of forces in the members of jib crane. 5) Equilibrium of parallel forces simply supported beam reaction. 6) To find velocity ratio , M. A. , Efficiency and law of machine for 1. Differential axle and wheel 2. Simple screw jack 26

3. Differential pulley block 4. Worm & worm wheel 5. Single purchase crab 6. Geared pulley block 7. Double purchase crab 8. Sheave pulley block
REFERENCE: Year Of Publication Place Of Publication & Publisher -

Author Kumar S. S. Deo. Beer & Johnson Singer

Title Applied Mechanics Applied Mechanics Engineering Mechanics Applied Mechanics

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING : VP : SECOND : PLUMBING ESTIMATION : 10217

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 03 TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS 03 TH 80 Examination Scheme TEST 20 PR -OR 50 # TW 25@

OBJECTIVES: The student must be able to 1) Estimate the plumbing project costing for building. 2) Prepare specifications for plumbing material. 3) Follow the formalities for tender and quotations DETAILED CONTENTS : 1.7 CHAPTER Plumbing Estimate Estimates purpose Introduction to process of detailed estimate. PWD method of taking out quantities. Sequence to be adopted for plumbing estimate. Unit for measurement Recording measurement of 1 various item. Analysis of rate, the process, tank work, factors affecting analysis of rate. Preparing detail estimate for water supply and sanitary arrangement separately for 3 storied residential building. Provisions in an estimate. Specifications 2 Types, Brief, Detailed Manufacturers, Standard Drafting detailed specifications for any 4 items of 15 07 40 18 CONTENTS MARKS HOURS

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CHAPTER plumbing.

CONTENTS Tender and tender process Contract Types- item rate, percentage rate, Lump sump, Cost plus, target, Sub contract Conditions of contract -Time limit, liquidated damages unliquidated damages, Price variation, defect liability period, termination of contract, Extra items etc. General Conditions of contract Earnest money

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deposit, Security deposit, Period of completion. Etc. Indian Contract Act. 3 Contractor class, vendor registration process Tender documents Brief tender Notice Detailed tender Notice General Conditions of Contract Conditions of Contract Form of Agreement Schedule A Schedule B Specifications Preparing Draft Tender paper for any one work. TOTAL 80 39 25 14

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Practical List ;
A) Preparing Analysis of rate for any four items from Water supply and any four items from sanitary. (Preferably by using M.S. Excel).

B) Preparing Detailed Estimate for Plumbing and sanitary arrangement for a 3 storied residential Building (Preferably by using M.S. Excel). C) Preparing Detailed Specifications for any four items from Water supply and any four items from sanitary. D) Preparing Draft Tender Document for the plumbing work for 3 storied residential building this shall include the below mentioned items 1) Brief tender notice 2) Detailed tender Notice 3) Condition of contract 4) Form of agreement 5) Schedule A 6) Schedule-B 7) Detailed Specifications prepared in D 8) Ammonia Print of working Drawing prepared in 3.20 above. REFERENCE: Author CR Mohan & Vivek Anand B. N. Dutta B. S. Patil IS 962 IS 1200 Design & Practical hand book on plumbing Estimating and Costing Estimating and Costing Title Year Of Publication 1967 Place Of Publication & Publisher standard publishers, Distributors, Delhi.

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING : VP : SECOND : PLUMBING ENGINEERING I : 10218

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 05 TU -PR 06 PAPER HRS 03 TH 80 Examination Scheme TEST 20 PR 50 # OR -TW 50@

OBJECTIVES : The students must be able to 1) Understand the elements of plumbing. 2) Know the procedure for sanctioning the plumbing plan. 3) Design and execute water supply systems for building. 4) Design and execute the drainage system for building. DETAILED CONTENTS : 1.5 CHAPTER 1. Introduction Introduction History of Plumbing - Types of Building 1 Building construction in India- Climate and EnvironmentInstallation of services. 2. Elements of Plumbing The Role of Plumber- Purpose of Plumbing- Simplicity of Plumbing- Objectives of Plumbing, Sewer Air, purposes of traps- Purposes of venting- supply pipes- Drainage & vent 2 pipes- Installation of Plumbing- Plumbing Codes & standards Cross Connections- Prevention of Cross Connections & Back Flow-Local administrative authorities, approval of authorities- Licensing of plumbers, application for obtaining water supply connections. Section A Water Supply Systems 3 3. Building Water Supply 10 11 10 05 05 02 CONTENTS MARKS HOURS

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CONTENTS Introduction Quality of Water-Treatment of WaterCorrosion-Phenomenon, Types and preventive measures Conveyance of Water- Per Capita Demand- Service Connections- Installation of Pipes and Fittings.

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4. Pipes, Joints and Fittings Introduction- Water pipes- Galvanized iron pipes 4 Copper pipes Rigid PVC pipes- CPVC, Green PPRC, Composite pipes- KiTEC, Unipipe, Jointing materials10 08

5. Valves and Terminal Fittings Introduction- Control valves- Sluice Valves- Scour Valves- Float Valves- Reflux Valves- Flap ValvesButterfly Valves- Pressure Relief Valves- Pressure 5 reducing Valves- Air Valves- Globe Valves- gate ValvesPillar taps- Bib-taps and Stop Valves- Self- closing Valves- Flush Valves- Mixing Valves- Aerated faucetsShower rose- Waste Couplings. Section B Building Drainage Systems 6. Sanitary Fixtures Introduction- Classification of sanitary fixtures- Soil fixtures- EWC-Indian Water closet-Anglo-Indian water 6 closest-Bidets- Urinals- Ablution Fixtures- WashbasinsSink bathroom fixtures- Flushing cisterns- bathroom accessories- Sanitary fittings- Faucets and their usesmaterials of sanitary fixtures. 7. Building Drainage System Introduction- Principles of building drainage- Nature of drainage phenomena- Systems of plumbing- Siphonic 7 action- traps and for appliances- Capacity and sizing of pipes- House drainage- Anti- siphon and vent pipesinstallation of pipes-testing of pipes. Drainage Pipes- CI, Ac, PVC Pipes and Sewers- CI, 10 08 10 08 10 13

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CONTENTS Concrete pipes, AC, PVC- Jointing- Resting of Pipes Pre-Stressed Concrete pipes Asbestos Cement pipes PVC pipes. 8. Septic Tank and Drain-fields Introduction- Sewer designs- - Laying,, Jointing ,,septic

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tank- Appurtenances- Aerobic and Anaerobic Filtersdisposal of effluent-advantages & disadvantages of septic tank. 9. Rainwater (Storm) Drainage Introduction Measurement of rainfall- Runoff of waterPiping SystemStormwater drainageDesign

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considerations- Surface run-off-closed drains-Rainwater harvesting harvesters. TOTAL -Surface impoundingArtificial rain

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Practicals:
1. Preparation of following joints (any five) Galvanized iron Copper pipe joints P.V.C. pipe joints C1 pipe joints SWR pipe joints Concrete pipe joints A.C. pipe joints Cock fitting Valve fitting G.I. pipe concealed Copper pipe concealed 2. TESTING -any two Testing of pipe 34

Testing & calibration of meter Instuction of valve,(case defect & remedies threaded & flange type) Testing of valve,( threaded & flange type) 3. Preparation of following fittings(any three) E.W.C. Fitting I.W.C. Fitting Urinal Fitting Wash basin Fitting Sink Fitting 4. Study of septic tank construction 5. Study of Disposal drainage 6. Maintenance & repairs of various apparatus cause defects & remedies. 7. Study of modern plumbing 8. Types of different pipe service connections with water meter. REFERENCE:
Author Title Year of Publication Place Of Publication & Publisher

Prof Subhash Patil Svend Plum Harold E. Babbit S.G .Deolalikar C.R. Mohan & Vivek Anand Prof. S. M. Patil BIS

Plumbing Engg (Theory Design and Practice) Plumbing Practice and Design volume I and II Plumbing Plumbing Design and Practice Design and practical handbook on plumbing Building Services National Building code of India 2005

1994 2005

Tata Mc Graw hill Publishing company , New Delhi Standard Publishers , New Delhi Patil Publications, Goregaon, Mumbai. Bureau of Indian Standard, New Delhi

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING : VP : SECOND : COMPUTER AIDED DRAWING :

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH -TU -PR 04 PAPER HRS TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR -OR -TW 50@

Rationale: It is the age of computer. Architect / Engineers prepares most accurate and descent presentation of plans to satisfy the clients. Use of computer software such as AutoCAD, Felix Cad, Auto Civil enables Civil Engineers to prepare quality drawings in shortest possible time. This helps in reduction in the laborious, tedious work of draftsmanship. Working drawings are also prepared with the help of computer. In view of this computer aided drawing has been included in the present curriculum. Objectives: Students will be able to: 1) 2) 3) 4) Use different CAD commands for drawing. Prepare line plans with CAD software. Prepare submission drawing/working drawing for the buildings with CAD software. Prepare drawings of civil engineering structures.

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LEARNING STRUCTURE:

Application

Prepare Submission, Working, Presentation Drawing Of Civil Engineering Structure For Execution With Cad Software

Procedural

Drawing Plan, Elevation And Section Of Building And Other Civil Engineering Structures With Cad Software

Principle

Planning And Designing As Per Requirement

2d Commands - Drawing Commands - Editing And Modifying Commands

Concept

Building Codes

Building Bye- Laws

Principles of Planning

CAD Software

Facts

B) Types Of Lines, Symbols

Civil Engineering Softwares

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Contents: Topic Contents CAD Software Meaning, various CAD software available in the market AutoCAD, Felix Cad, Auto Civil, 3D Max ; etc.)Starting up of CAD, CAD Window, Tool bar, Drop down menu, Command window, Saving the drawing. Introduction of Graphic screen. CAD Commands WCS icon, UCS icon, co-ordinates, drawing limits, grid, snap, ortho features. Drawing commands, line, circle, polyline, multiline, ellipse, polygon etc. Editing commands Copy, move, offset, fillet, chamfer, trim, lengthen, mirror, rotate, array etc. Working with hatches, fills, dimensioning, text etc. Submission / Working Drawing Generation of line plan, Detailed Plan, elevation, section, site plan, Area statement Generation of 3D view and print commands Introduction to Auto Civil , 3D Max.

1.0

2.0

3.0

Note: Above theoretical aspects should be covered in the practical periods. Practical: A) Building Drawing: Following exercises shall be completed with CAD software and Print of all the drawings should be prepared on A3 / A4 size paper 1) 2) 3) 4) Preparation of line plan of a residential building. Preparation of line plan of a Public building. Preparation of detailed plan of a small residential building . Preparation of submission drawing of residential building showing Plan, Elevation, Section, Schedule of openings, Site Plan and Area Statement

B) Civil Engineering Drawing. Preparation of Drawings with CAD software for the following exercises (Any THREE) and Print of all the drawings should be prepared on A3 /A4 size paper. 1) 2) 3) 4) Plan, Cross Section and Longitudinal section of a Culvert (Pipe culvert/Box Culvert). Section of an Earthen Dam. Plan and Section of K. T. Weir. Cross Section of Retaining wall.

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5) Bonds in brickwork Plan and Elevation for English bond and Flemish bond for one brick thick wall. 6) Cross Section of ESR. 7) Cross Section of Clarri-flocculator.

Learning Resources: Books : Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5. Title Reference Manual of AutoCAD Reference Manual of Felix cad Reference Manual of Intel CAD Reference Manual of Auto Civil Reference Manual of 3D-Max Author AutoDesk Felix CAD Publisher

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING : VP : SECOND : ON JOB TRAINING :

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH -TU -PR * PAPER HRS TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR -OR 25# TW 50@

* - 8 Hrs. per day, Six days a week, for 3 weeks RATIONALE: The student is expected to undergo implant training of Three weeks at sites related to Water Supply Engineering, Sanitary Engineering , Advanced Plumbing Systems, Various Piping Systems etc. The student will submit a report on his training at site. The report shall consist of Site Details, Drawings, Typical Estimates, Special Procedures / Techniques / Material / Tools offered. The student will maintain daily dairy during his training. OBJECTIVES: The student must be able to 1) Develop insight of plumbing process. 2) Inculcate the sense of responsibilities towards plumbing project.

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SEMESTER-III

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- THIRD :- TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT :- 10219

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU -PR -PAPER 02 TH 40 Examination Scheme TEST 10 PR -OR -TW --

Objective: - At the end of this subject, the student possesses the knowledge regarding concepts of TQM , different techniques recommended for quality management, problem solving techniques, process quality and applies the knowledge of different work situation. The student follows the principles of quality management.

Note :- Practicals to be conducted in class room along with theory periods Sr. No Contents Marks Hrs Chapter 1 Introduction to Total Quality Management 1) The concept of TQM 2) The Quality Pioneers 1 5 4 3) Quality and business performance 4) Quality & cost analysis, Quality Control & Inspection 5) Quality Control & Quality assurance 6) Service Quality vs. product Quality Chapter 2 Strategic Quality planning 2 1) Strategy & Strategic planning process 2) Strategic Quality management Mission, Environment, product / market scope 3)Policy Wheel 3 2

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Chapter 3 Management process Quality 1) Brief history of Quality 2) Product Inspection and process control 3) Statistical Quality control 4) Deming cycle 5) Quality function development 6) Just in time (J I T) 7) CAN BAN System 8) KAIZEN Technique 9) T P M (Total Productive Maintenance ) 10) The human side of process control Chapter 4 Benchmarking 1) The evolution of bench marking 2) The essence of bench marking 3) Types of bench marking (Strategic & operational ) 4) The bench marking process 5) Measurement of performance Chapter 5 Organizing for T Q M 1) The organizational system 2) Quality implementation 3) Small Group & employee involvement 4) Quality circles 5) Cross functional teams Chapter 6 The cost of Quality 1) Definition 2) Three views of quality cost 3) Measuring quality cost 4) The use of quality cost information 5) Stress management 6) Accounting system & Quality management 7) Introduction to PERT & CPM Chapter 7 Seven tools of Problem solving 1) Introduction 2) Check Sheets 3) Flow charts 4) Graphs 5) Histogram 6) Pareto chart 7) Cause & Effect diagram 8) Control charts 43

Chapter 8 Criteria for Quality Programs 1) ISO 9001-2000 2) The Malcolm Baldrige Award 3) QS 9000 4) ISO 14000 5) JRD Quality Award Chapter 9 Special topics in Quality 1)Process capability Attributes process capability, Variables, Tolerance & specification, Capability index, process management 2) Reliability Introduction, product life cycle, measure of reliability. 3) Introduction to Six Sigma The history , Concept , Features & benefits TOTAL

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Term work Term work to be submitted along the jobs, should contains the following 1)Work Book 2)Job drawing 3)Sketches of used jobs Student has to compile the assignment & Journal

Reference: Sr. No. 1. 2. Name of the Book Quality Control & TQM by Industrial organization & Engineering & economics Total Quality Control Industrial Engineering & Production & Operations Management Aurthor P.C. Jain T.R. Banga S.G. Sharma Arvind V. Feigenbaun Nandkumar K. Hukeri

3. 4.

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- THIRD :- PLUMBING HYDRAULICS-I :- 10220

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS 02 TH 40 Examination Scheme TEST 10 PR -OR 25# TW 50@

RATIONALE : The students deals with flow measurement & equipment , cavitation, gas & air lock, Rain water Harvesting, measurement & capacity of storage tank , Reuse of rain Water, Pump Installation System. Etc. OBJECTIVES : The student must be able to 1. Understand the Principles of flow through pipes and their measurement. 2. Design and execute the drainage system. 3. Manage the roof top water harvesting. 4. Install various types of pumps and pumping station. 5. Design sump well DETAILED CONTENTS : 2.3 CHAPTER CONTENTS Introduction, properties of water , Different types of water 1 to be handled by the plumber. Sewage , Plain , Sea, Chemical Water. Introduction to Pressure & Measurement of Pressure, Unit 2 of measurement, Storage Tank Capacity, Pump Requirement, siphon age, Discharge by Venturi . Introduction of Flow , Types of Gravity , Types of flow, 3 Flow under gravity. Flow through pipes , Head loss, Water hammer, flow 4 5 6 formulae and Nomograms. Cavitations, air & gas locks Energy equation & its applications 10 5 5 11 1 4 5 5 7 8 8 3 MARKS HOURS

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CHAPTER

CONTENTS TOTAL

MARKS 40

HOURS 32

Practical : 1. Measurement of pressure of fluides by any one device. 2. Measurement of discharge by venturimeter. orifice meter. 3. Measurement of discharge by venturimeter. 4. Measurement of discharge by orifice meter. 5. Testing and Calibration of pipes for various parameters like velocity, discharge, etc.

REFERENCE: Author
Prof Subhash Patil

Title
Plumbing Engg (Theory Design and Practice) Plumbing Design and Practice Design and practical handbook on plumbing Fluid mechanics Hydraulics Plumbing and sanitation Basic course in plumber Royal Plumbing and sanitary engineering.

Year Of Publication
1994 -

Place Of Publication & Publisher


Tata Mc Graw hill Publishing company , New Delhi Standard Publishers , New Delhi -

S.G .Deolalikar C.R. Mohan & Vivek Anand Modi & Seth R. S. Khurmi Gupta Kaushik J. S. Birdie and G. S. Birdie Pritam Thakur

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- THIRD :- PLUMBING ENGINEERING - II :- 10221

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 04 TU -PR 04 PAPER HRS 03 TH 80 Examination Scheme TEST 20 PR 50# OR -TW 50@

RATIONALE : This Subject deals with the Water Supply Systems in multistoreyed buildings , High rise Buildings, Services such as Water supply, Storage tanks , pumps, fire systems, domestic gas supply, plumbing installation & maintenance etc. OBJECTIVES : Student should be able to industrial 1. Understand type of water heating, systems used in residential building. 2. Different types of Water Supply Systems and its components used for High rise Buildup. 3. Installation pipe line used for Domestic Gas Supply. 4. Various types specialized plumbing systems used in Medical Gas cold regions, salt water, emergency showers, Lawn Sprinklers etc. 5. Develop the skill required for install and maintain various plumbing system including preventive measures.

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CHAPTER Hot Water Supply

CONTENTS

MARKS HOURS

Introduction- quantity of hot water Size of vessel for storage Types of heaters- Tank-less water heaters- geysers- Central hot 1 water system Hot water piping layout principles of designReturn circulation system- Solar Thermal Energy- Solar heating systems- Testing. High rise Buildings IntroductionDevelopments in IndiaClassification of 10 10

buildings- Water supply systems- Pressure reducing valveMultiple storage tank Break pressure tank- Hydropnumatic system- Hot water supply systems- Sizing of pipes- Vent Pipes2 Thermal Insulation Properties of insulating materials common materials- Testing of the system- Fire protection systems- Requirement of Water Sprinkler Systems - Pumps for high-rise buildings- - Building drainage for high- rise buildings. 20 16

Domestic Gas Supply


3 Introduction- Characteristics of gas- Service and distribution piping Flow of gas Quantity of gas- Installation of gas pipes Compressed gas installations- Pressure in the system. 10 10

Lawn Sprinklers
Introduction Interior- Planing- Roof Large Exterior Planting 4 Lawn Sprinklers- Access to control valves- Filtration ValvesHydraulic design. 08 04

Specialize Plumbing Systems


Emergency Systems- Fixtures for the Disabled- Laboratory 5 Plumbing High Quality Water Supply- Fuel- gas, Medical gases Supply- Plumbing in cold regions- Salt water supply systems- Emergency Showers- Post Mortem slabs. 20 14

Plumbing Installation and Maintenance


6 Ducts for plumbing services- Sleeves- Clean-outs- Noises in plumbing Hangers and supports- Vacuum breakers- causes of 12 10

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CHAPTER

CONTENTS water leakages, preventive and curative measures. Dos & Dons in Plumbing (Preferably an expert Shall be arranged & no question shall be set on this topic.)

MARKS HOURS

TOTAL
Practicals: 1) Study of Solar system installation 2) Study of Concealed piping for water supply in high rise building. 3) Study of installation details of Jacuzzi and sona bath system. 4) Installation of centrifugal and sub mersible pump. 5) Study of PVC- welded joints used for different piping systems. 6) Study of gas supply system. 7) Demonstration of Sprinklers and fountains. 8) A visit to a drip irrigation system site. 9) Demonstration of Rain water harvesting system.

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10) Visit to different sites to study Fire fighting system used in residential, commercial complex, Hotels, public buildings and Industries. 11) Installation of automatic water level controller. 12) Installation of hand pump. 13) Assembling and troubleshooting hand pump. 14) Study of Electronically operated (Laser beam Operated) tap and flushing system. 15) Study of water filtration system. 16) Emergency shower and Eye wash fountain. 17) Trouble shooting for smooth & good plumbing *Note : Necessary to prepare a visit report wherever site visit is mentioned. REFERENCE: Author Prof Subhash Patil Prof S.M.Patil Harold E. Babbit Title Plumbing Engg (Theory Design and Practice) Building Services Plumbing Year Of Publication Place Of Publication & Publisher Patil Publishers Goregaon , Mumbai -

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S.G .Deolalikar C.R. Mohan & Vivek Anand

Plumbing Design and Practice Design and practical handbook on plumbing

1994

Tata Mc Graw hill Publishing company , New Delhi Standard Publishers , New Delhi

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- THIRD :- PLUMBING DESIGN I :- 10222

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU -PR 04 PAPER HRS 03 TH 80 Examination Scheme TEST 20 PR -OR 25# TW 50@

RATIONALE : This subject deals with the plumbing arrangement, pipe calculation, Sizes of pipes, Disposal of drainage, Septic Tank, Design of storage water tank, Design of pump room. calculation of flow , use of code standards etc. OBJECTIVES : Student must be able to Design and draw / prepare layout for 1. Sanitary fixture 2. Under ground reservoir roof tank used in multistoried building. 3. Lay Piping systems for Water Supply, drainage. 4. Soak pits, Septic tank. 5. Foul water drainage for building. 6. understand and use the code and standards for Water Supply System used in various types of Buildings. DETAILED CONTENTS : 2.2 CHAPTER 1 CONTENTS Arrangement: Floor walls of toilet bath amenities , door & window layout False ceiling minimum space required . Water Supply in buildings i) 2 Calculation of size of underground reservoir for multistoried building, size of roof tank, ii) Diameter of pumping main power of pump set. 15 8 15 8 MARKS HOURS

Water pipe sizing in buildings


Calculation of design flow rate of water supply pipe line in 3 building, calculation of effective length of pipe, diameters of pipe of a residential building, head loss due to fiction, 30 10

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CHAPTER

CONTENTS calculation of number of smaller dia water pipes that can be connected to bigger diameter pipe, calculation of dia of cold water pipe as per plumber chart.

MARKS

HOURS

External Water Supply for building


Calculation of rate of flow through each pipe of a water 4 supply network proposed for housing complex. Design of external water supply system of a single storyed residential complex. TOTAL Practical 1) Design of pumping unit for multistoried building including under reservoir, roof tank and all piping. 2) Design of plumbing network for a multistoried building in respect of pipe diameter , material specification, effective length, head loss for a given flow rate . 3) Calculation of flow through each pipe of a water supply network for housing complex. 80 32 20 6

REFERENCE: Author C.R. Mohan & Vivek Anand B-31-3 Megassy Title Design and practical handbook on plumbing American Society of Mechanic Engineers Pressure vessel handbook Year Of Publication Place Of Publication & Publisher Standard Publishers , New Delhi -

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FOUR :- PLUMBING HYDRAULICS II :- 10223

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU -PR 02 PAPER 02 TH 40 Examination Scheme TEST 10 PR -OR -TW 50@

RATIONALE : The students deals with flow measurement & equipment , cavitation, gas & air lock, Rain water Harvesting, measurement & capacity of storage tank , Reuse of rain Water, Pump Installation System. Etc. OBJECTIVES : The student must be able to 6. Understand the Principles of flow through pipes and their measurement. 7. Design and execute the drainage system. 8. Manage the roof top water harvesting. 9. Install various types of pumps and pumping station. 10. Design sump well DETAILED CONTENTS: 2.3 CHAPTER 1 meter etc. Rain storm water drainage: Introduction measurement of rainfall, collection of runoff, piping system, storm water 2 drainage, design considerations, road surface runoff, hydraulic design, disposal of rainwater. Roof top Harvesting : Introduction, importance, Policies, 3 design of system for buildings Pump and Pump houses : Introduction, Installation and commissioning , Characteristics of centrifugal pumps, use 4 and selection of pumps , horse power of pumps , Pumping power and pump laws , Pumping station (sewage)Sump and 15 9 10 7 10 7 CONTENTS Discharge measuring devices: Venturimeter, Orifice 5 3 MARKS HOURS

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CHAPTER pumping systems.

CONTENTS sump well structures ,Design of sump well ,Automation in

MARKS

HOURS

TOTAL Practical: 1) Identify parts of centrifugal pumps & state there function. 2) Identify parts of reciprocating pumps & state there function. 3) Testing and installations of pumps. 4) To find various losses in pipes. 5) Study of rain water harvesting project for a residential building. REFERENCE: Author
Prof Subhash Patil

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Title
Plumbing Engg (Theory Design and Practice) Plumbing Design and Practice Design and practical handbook on plumbing Fluid mechanics Hydraulics Plumbing and sanitation Basic course in plumber Royal Plumbing and sanitary engineering.

Year Of Publication
1994 -

Place Of Publication & Publisher


Tata Mc Graw hill Publishing company , New Delhi Standard Publishers , New Delhi -

S.G .Deolalikar C.R. Mohan & Vivek Anand Modi & Seth R. S. Khurmi Gupta Kaushik J. S. Birdie and G. S. Birdie Pritam Thakur

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FOUR :- PLUMBING DESIGN II :- 10224

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH 03 TU -PR 04 PAPER 03 TH 80 Examination Scheme TEST 20 PR -OR 25# TW 50@

RATIONALE : This subject deals with the plumbing arrangement, pipe calculation, Sizes of pipes, Disposal of drainage, Septic Tank, Design of storage water tank, Design of pump room. calculation of flow , use of code standards etc. OBJECTIVES : Student must be able to Design and draw / prepare layout for 7. Sanitary fixture 8. Under ground reservoir roof tank used in multistoried building. 9. Lay Piping systems for Water Supply, drainage. 10. Soak pits, Septic tank. 11. Foul water drainage for building. 12. understand and use the code and standards for Water Supply System used in various types of Buildings. DETAILED CONTENTS : 2.2 CHAPTER CONTENTS MARKS HOURS

Foul water drainage in buildings


Design of horizontal drain by discharge unit method. 1 Diameter of vertical stock in multistoried building, design of horizontal drains using manning formula, Calculation of fixture unit loading units as per National building code. 16 06

Septic Tank, Soak away pits


2 3 4 Total capacity of septic Tank & soak a way pit by rate of water supply method & fixture discharge method. Fire fighting systems design for multistoried building. External Foul water drainage for buildings design calculations 12 18 06 08 10 04

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CHAPTER calculations 5 6 7 8

CONTENTS

MARKS

HOURS

Use of code and standards. Principles of piping layouts. Pipe spacing calculations Meter bend calculations. TOTAL

06 08 06 04 80

04 04 05 02 39

Practical 1) Prepare the layouts of sanitary fixtures & their pipe connections in a multi storied building. 2) Design of horizontal drain by discharged unit method and by using manings formula. 3) Design of septic tank. 4) Design of fire fighting system for multi storied building. 5) Design of external foul water drainage.

REFERENCE: Author C.R. Mohan & Vivek Anand B-31-3 Megassy BIS Title Design and practical handbook on plumbing American Society of Mechanic Engineers Pressure vessel handbook National Building code of India 2005 Year Of Publication 2005 Place Of Publication & Publisher Standard Publishers , New Delhi Bureau of Indian Standard, New Delhi

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FOUR :- PROJECT :-

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH -TU -PR 04 PAPER -TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR -OR 50# TW 50@

RATIONALE : This Subject Deals with the Management of Communication , leadership, Materials Quality, Purchase Procedure , Scheduled of Activities, Safety Management., Quality Management,

Quality certification etc.


OBJECTIVES : The student must be able to 1. Sign and execute the project. 2. Visualize the various difficulties in executing the project. 3. Rectify the defects occurred in completing the project. DETAILED GUIDELINES: 2.5 A) Study of a sample case for design of complete water supply, sanitary and Rain water system. Detailed working drawing for 10 storied Residential building shall be submitted by the student. a) Collection of data. b) Defining Strategy of designing as per relevant codes & Standards . c) System Design & Selection of material. d) Preliminary drawing for discussions. e) Working Drawings. f) Preparing Detailed estimate. g) Order information. Inspection & testing. Completion Drawing. (as built drawing) B) Preparing Project Report for the design & details given in A above

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FOUR :- SEMINAR :-

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH -TU -PR 2 PAPER -TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR -OR 50# TW --

RATIONALE:- Due to globalization effective communication is utmost important in industries. Which requires the collection, compilation & presentation of technical information in effective manner. So this subject is included to develop the presentation skill of student. SEMINAR SELECTION Seminar should be based on recent topics. It should cover the latest development in the field of Plumbing for water supply, sanitation, rain Harvesting etc. The seminar report should consist of minimum 20 to 30 pages & submitted at the end of semester. The student has to give presentation in front of the external examiner.

Suggested topic are


Presentation in seminar for minimum 30 minutes on any of the topics mentioned below a) Advanced water supply systems. b) Advance Sanitary Engineering System. c) Rain water harvesting. d) Water Recycling system. e) Fountains f) Fire fighting systems.

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME SUBJECT CODE

:- VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING :- VP :- FOURTH :- ON JOB TRAINING (OJT) :-

Teaching & Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme TH -TU -PR * PAPER -TH -Examination Scheme TEST -PR -OR 25# TW 50@

*- 8 Hrs. per day, Six days a week, for 3 weeks RATIONALE : The student is expected to undergo implant training of Three weeks at sites related to Water Supply Engineering, Sanitary Engineering, Advanced Plumbing Systems, Various Piping Systems etc. The student will submit a report on his training at site. The report shall consist of Site Details, Drawings, Typical Estimates, Special Procedures / Techniques / Material / Tools offered. The student will maintain daily dairy during his training. OBJECTIVES : The student must be able to 1. Develop insight of plumbing process. 2. Inculcate the sense of responsibilities towards plumbing work.

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE SEMESTER SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE


Teaching Scheme TH 01 TU -PR 02

: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING : VP : FOURTH : ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT :


Examination Scheme PAPER HRS -TH -TEST -PR -OR -TW 50@

Teaching and examination scheme:

RATIONALE: Entrepreneurship development is a part of the subject consists of topics related to the development of entrepreneurial skills and other details such as personnel management, quality control and creative thinking. OBJECTIVES - The Students Shall able to know Development of entrepreneurial skills & other details such as selection of product lines, site selection, financial aspects personnel management, quality control & creative thinking

SR. NO.

Emphasizes the development of enterprising qualities among young engineers.

CONTENTS: Theory CONTENTS ENTERPRENEUR & ENTERPRENEURSHIP 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Needs, scope for self-employment with special reference to selfemployment scheme and sources of assistance in Central & State Government Organization like DIC, SIDA, SISI, NSIC, SIDO, Financial institutes and Banks 1.3 Entrepreneurial values, attitude & motivation. Identifying & developing entrepreneurial competence and networking, entrepreneurial culture. Characteristics of successful entrepreneur and successful enterprise 1.4 The causes of failure and identification of entrepreneurship abilities through self assessment and other technique INFORMATION COLLECTION 2.1 Information gathering Techniques 2.2 Produce and services 2.3 Product specification 2.4 Market research, Survey COSTING & TENDER PROCESS 3.1 CONCEPT OF ENTERPRENERSHIP 3.2 Product Selection 3.3 Concept of costing. HOURS

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2.

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3.4 Market Survey 3.5 Project Report Preparation 3.6 Marketing 3.7 Finance, Account & Auditing 3.8 Accounting and Analysis Bank Operation i.e. Debit and Credit Book Keeping, Financial Software packages, invoicing and chalans 3.9 Tender & tender process. HUMAN RESOURCE & QUALITY MANAGEMENT 4.1.Human resource functions 4.2 Training & Development of Human Resource 4.3 Self &Other Awareness &Development 4.4 Motivation 4.5 Concept of Quality 4.6 Total Quality Management 4.7 Quality Circle INTERACTION WITH VARIOUS AGENCIES 5.1 Banks, Insurance Co. 5.2 Department of labour 5.3 Transport & Logistics

5.

5.4 Sales Tax Income Tax & Excise Department 5.5 Local Municipal Corporation
5.6 Environment 5.7 Electricity Board / Water Supply / Department of Land Record/ Register of Stamp Duty Total

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ASSIGNMENTS: -1. Make a market survey for selection of your product. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Interact with minimum five customers & understand their needs & requirements of your product. Interact with minimum two Entrepreneurs & prepare the report. Approach any financial institute to get financial aid to start your new enterprise. Approach to DISTRICT INDUSTRIES CENTRE & collect the data to start new establishment. Collect information about various insurance schemes regarding to industry. Prepare report for approval of SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES UNIT CERTIFICATION. Approach the appropriate authority of SALES TAX / EXISE DUTY / ELECTRICITY / WATER SUPPLY, & gather the information in view of starting a new establishment.

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Learning Resources: Books:


Sr. No. 1 N.V.Srivastava 2 Joseph K.Mandass Entrepreneurship & Venture Management 3 4 5 Banga & Banga Project Planning & Entrepreneurship Uday Pareek Behavioral Process in Organization O. P. Khanna Production management --Name of Author Name of Books Training Manual on human Resource Management & Organization Learning Publisher --

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ARTISAN TO TECHNOCRAT Vocational Diploma in Plumbing List of Tools & Equipments Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Name of Equipment / Machine Valves & termnal fitting scoare valve pressure reducing valve pressure reducing valve non return valve air relief valve Gate valve waste coupling push cock Wall mixer with telephone shower Piller tap Bib cock short body Stop cock Self closing Valve Showar water meter European water closet with all fitting (colour)(flushing cistern, bricket etc.) Indian W.e.pan with all systems (fittings) Urinal stall with all fittings Peduistal wash basin (colour) Persolen kitchen sink Stainless steel kitchen sink Nahani trap Gali trap Bottle trap Grease trap Drawing board T Square Trangular Square Measuring Steel Tape Adjustable Hacksaw frame Chisel cold Chisel cold. Lead caulting set Lead pot (melting) Ball pen hammer Adjestable pipe die set (B.S.P.) Pipe wrench Pipe wrench Pipe wrench Pipe wrench Electric hand drill machine Specifications 3 (75mm) sluice valve 3 (75mm) 3 (75mm) 3 (75mm) 3 (75mm) 3 (75mm) 3 (75mm) 1.25 (32mm) 1.25 (32mm) 1.5m.long flexible tube (15mm) (15mm) (15mm) (15mm) (15mm) 6(150mm) No. Required 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 6 2 2 4 6 6 4 6 1 2 Sets 2 Sets 2 Sets 2 2 2 4 4 4 2 10 10 10 25 25 25 25 1 set 1 25 to 2 set 10 10 1 2 2

25 mm. 20 mm

1.5 lb 1/2 to2(15mm 50mm) 3.50mm 4.50mm 900mm 100mm

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43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67

Hydraulic pipe bending Retchet pipe die set Hydraulic pressure machine for testing leakage of G.I. pipe fitting Pime vice Water heater Geyser Solar water heater system (medium) Pump centrifugal Pump Submerssible Automatic water controller Hand pump Fire fighting system used in building Emerency showar & eye wash fountain Jacuzzi and sona bath system Computer P4 with laser printer and all assessory & auto cad loaded PVC welding plant Electrical pump set E.D.pedestal grinder Stone cutter (portable) Venturi meter Electrical pump set Retchet pipe dia set Tiles grinder with grinding wheel Sprinkles system (Agriculture) Orifice meter

50 mm 15 mmm to 32 mm (B.S.P.)

1 1 set 1

50 mm

3 HP 3 HP

6 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 set 1 set 1 set 5

(1HP)

3 HP 32 mm to 50 mm

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 set 1 1 set 1

ARTISAN TO TECHNOCRAT Vocational Diploma in Plumbing List of Furniture Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name of Furniture Steel lockers 8 compartments with individual lockers Computer table Glass board Chair with writing pad Steel almari with self Steel table Teacher chair Chair for computer Specifications (1980 x 910 x 480 mm) 8 x 4 6.5 x 3 (18 gauge) 4 x 3 No. Required 4 5 2 25 2 2 2 10

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