Coaching Classes

Guidance Classes are being conducted by the West Bengal State Centre, The Institution of Engineers (India), Technical Education Cell twice a year, i.e. Summer Session and Winter Session. Summer Session is from January to May and Winter Session is from July to November each year. Guidance Classes for Technician and Senior Technician Members are usually commenced in the midd of January and mid July for Summer and Winter Session, respectively under the guidance of Technical Education Cell.

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Technician members are expected to pass Section A (Non-diploma) course comprises 10 subjects whereas Senior Technician members are eligible to get exemption in six subjects and expected to pass only four subjects in Section A (Diploma).

West Bengal State Centre has been conducting Section A (Non-diploma) and Section A (Diploma) Guidance Classes since long and classes for four common subjects in both are being conducted regularly. For Section ‘B’ Examination, classes are being conducted for 22 Subjects covering five branches of engineering, viz. Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics and Communications, Computer and Civil .

Subjects in Section A (Non-Diloma)

  1. Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing
  2. Material Science and Engineering
  3. Computing and Informatics
  4. Society and Environment
  5. Engineering Physics and Chemistry
  6. Engineering Mathematics
  7. Mechanical Science
  8. Electrical Science
  9. Engineering Drawing and Graphics
  10. Electronics and Instrumentation

Subjects for Section A (Diploma)

  1. Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing
  2. Material Science and Engineering
  3. Computing and Informatics
  4. Society and Environment

Guidance Classes for four common Subjects are being conducted on regular basis for Senior Technician and Technician members.

1. Fundamental of Design and Manufacturing

This subject comprising of two groups viz. i) Design part and ii) Manufacturing. Part- I deals with the matters related to i) Engineering design Process and structures (ii) Searching for design concepts (iii) Manufacturing Processes, (iv) Forming Processes, (v) Principles of machining, (vi) Fundamentals of grinding and finishing operations, (vii) Joining Processes – Welding, soldering brazing, (viii) Design for manufacturability, (ix) Integrated manufacturing system and (x) Group Technology.

2. Material Science and Engineering

This subject basically conceptualizes the composition of materials and metallurgical engineering. The subject broadly deals with (i) Introduction to materials – metals and alloys, ceramic, polymer and semiconducting materials – Introduction and application as engineering material (ii) Defects in solids, diffusion in solids, (iii) Phase diagram, (iv) Mechanical properties, (v) Fracture behavior, (vi) Deformation of metals, (vii) Heat treatment and various methods and thermal properties, (viii) Ceramic metals and polymers, polymerization, mechanization, thermo plastics and thermo setting, elastomers, resins, composite, FRP, nanomaterials, (ix) Electronics properties, magnetism, diamagnetism , paramagnetism , ferromagnetism , magnetic energy , zone theory of solids, zones in conductors and insulators.

3. Computing and Informatics

This subject divided into two parts, i.e. Computing and Informatics.

The computing part deals with (i) Programming languages and Informatics part deals with information systems for decision making, data management and database management technology, office automation system, viz., LAN, WAN, E-mail etc., information systems for business, strategic information system, information Resources management .

In addition to above, the subject deals with computer basics, hardware, software and operating systems, their types and functions, popular O.S. and file management.

4. Society and Environment

The subject is divided into two parts Society and Environment. Part one deals with (i) Social structures and dynamics, (ii) Development process and (iii) Technology assessment. Part – II deals with (i) Ecosystems, (ii) Environmental degradation, (iii) Waste management and (iv) Sustainable development.

5. Disciplinewise Subjects for Section ‘B’ Examination

Mechanical Engineering

  • Engineering Management
  • Mechanics of Fluids
  • Mechanics of Solids
  • Design of Machine Elements
  • Thermal Science & Engineering
  • Design of Machine Elements

Electronics & Communication

  • Engineering Management
  • Communication Engineering
  • Circuit Theory and Control
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Control Systems

Electrical Engineering

  • Engineering Management
  • Circuit and Field Theory
  • Measurements & Control
  • Electrical Machines
  • Control Theory

Computer Science and Engineering

  • Engineering Management
  • Computer Architecture
  • Data Structure
  • Computer Network
  • Programming Language

Civil Engineering

  • Engineering Management
  • Civil Engineering Materials and Construction Practices
  • Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering
  • Principles of Geoinformatics
  • Water Resource System
  • Analysis and Design of Structures
  • Design of RCC and Prestressed Concrete Structures
  • Design of Steel Structure

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