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Refresher Course for SSEs & JEs (Mechanical):

   (Coordinator – Sh. Abhishek Shukla)

  •        Policy circulars/ guidelines issued by CAMTECH, RDSO, Railway Board etc.
  •        Design developments, Maintenance, Troubleshooting for Rolling Stock and                      Workshops.            
  •        Motivation, Stress Management, Personality Development.
  •        Safety, Labour laws, Factory Act, Pollution Control laws etc.
  •        Field visits to Production Units / Major depots.
  •        Material Management, Tenders and Contracts, Technical English, Office                            Communications etc.
  •        Establishment Rules, D&AR, Rajbhasha.
  •        C&M Lab procedures, Elementary Electronics, Welding processes, Accident                    Investigations etc.


Basic MS-Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and E-Office: 

   (Coordinator – Sh. Vikas Meena)

  •        Introduction to Computer systems, application and basic Cyber-safety.
  •        Training on MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint.
  •        Training on usage of Internet and E-communication.
  •        Introduction to E-Office and its use in Indian Railways.

NDT Course for Mech and C&M Supervisors:

  (Coordinator – Sh. Vikas Meena/D.R. Fredrick)

  •        Introduction to Destructive &Non-Destructive Testing.
  •        Dye penetration test of Rolling stock items.
  •        Zyglo testing, Magnetic particle testing of various components of Rolling Stock.
  •        Ultrasonic testing of Axle and other items of Rolling Stock.
  •        Radiographic testing (X-ray, Gamma-ray, etc.)


        Introduction to Electronics, Automation & Control System:

         (Coordinator– Sh. Manvendra Singh)

· Introduction to Mechatronics and its applications – system automation, remote monitoring and analysis.

·  Introduction to PLC, Embedded Systems, Microprocessor and integrated circuits.

·  Boolean Algebra, Logic gates, Gate design.

·  Hands on Microprocessor programming.

·  Practical sessions for circuit building- Electrical and Hydraulic trainers.


Introduction to Train Sets: 

   (CoordinatorSh. Dipesh Kumar)

  • Introduction to Train-Set – Design, Features, Major Sub-systems, Maintenance        Instructions.
  • Train-18 bogie and comparison with LHB FIAT bogie. Major components and Maintenance.
  • AC-DC-AC power transmission system, Major sub-assemblies / components and Maintenance.
  • Overview of PIPAS, Door Control, Vacuum Bio-toilets, Braking System, Water supply, HVAC, Furnishings, Train Control & Monitoring System etc.
  • EP, ED, Blended braking, major components, maintenance, defects and troubleshooting practices.
  • Important Infrastructure, Materials, M&P required.

 Introduction to 3D Modelling & 3D Printing:

  (Coordinator – Sh. Prateek Srivastava)

·Introduction to 3D Modelling – Modelling tools, co-ordinate system and modelling Operations.

·Engineering Drawing & CAD Drawings.

·Hands on training on 3D modelling software – Unigraphics NX.

·Hands on training on 3D printing software.

·Rapid prototyping using 3D modelling and Printing.


Excellence in Welding for Supervisors: 

(Coordinator – Sh. U. S. Dwivedi)

  •        Introduction to welding process- types and uses, new technological developments.
  •        Welding terminology and Welding process used for Rolling Stock manufacture and maintenance.
  •        Heat effect-welding process, machine and electrode selection.
  •        MMAW, CO2, TIG/MIG welding, Oxy-acetylene, LPG and Air Plasma cutting.
  •        Types of welding machines, current and voltage selection and their effects, grounding      and other precautions, welding defects-identification and prevention.
  •        Welding Environment, welding skill for quality weld, rating.

Introduction to Electrical Locomotives: 

(Coordinator – Sh. Prateek Srivastava)

  •         Electric Locomotive- Types, Features and General Arrangements.
  •         Brake system, compressor system and pneumatic circuit.
  •         Auxiliary equipment-GR, transformer, blowers, ARNO, Relays.
  •      Various Circuits-Power circuits, Tap changer circuits, signalling circuits, compressor         control circuits etc.
  •         Maintenance schedule, Instructions.


Refresher for HHP (GM) Loco & DEMU: 

(Coordinator – Sh. Avadhesh Kumar)

  • GM Locomotive and DEMUs- Features and General Maintenance.
  • Lube Oil system, Fuel Oil system, Water Cooling system- working principle, design, maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Microprocessor Control System, power transmission system- working principle, design, maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Rotating machines, Computer controlled brake system- working principle, design, maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Latest instruction from RDSO and DLW, modifications, field performance etc


Effective Workplace Management:

  (Coordinator– Sh. Naveen Chand Jaiswal)

·Role of stores, Finance, Audit etc. – structure, working systems and procedures etc.

·Online tendering through IREPS.

·Procurement of Stock and Non-Stock items through iMMS.

·Framing of tender conditions, scope, payment terms, contractor obligation, Railway obligation, dispute resolution etc.

·Introduction to GCC for works and GCC for services.

·Framing of material specifications, placing indent, follow-up, inspection, rejection, warranty claims, bills etc. Introduction to SCC for Stores.

·Procedure for works through quotations route.

 LHB Coach Maintenance:

  (Coordinator – Sh. Pushpak Ranjan)

·Introduction to LHB, Comparison with ICF coaches.

·Design Features of FIAT bogie, LHB Shell, Interiors, Materials, Force transmission, Safety Features etc.

·Major sub-assemblies and Components, Modifications.

·Maintenance Schedules and Locations (Depot/Workshop), Activities, Infrastructure, T&P, M&P required,

·Material requirement must change items, common defects, identification of defects, Troubleshooting etc.

·Smart Coach Features and Utility.


Short Course on IMWB, WILD, HAHW & OMRS: 

   (Coordinator– Sh. Abhishek Shukla)

·Concept and Working Principles of IMWB, WILD, OMRS, HAHW etc.

·Utility, Benefits, Status on Indian Railways.

·Alerts / Reports generated, JPO/Protocols for action.

·Infrastructure requirement, site selection and installation.

·Maintenance, Calibration, Troubleshooting.

     Railway Couplers –Design, Maintenance and Defects: 

(Coordinator – Sh. DipeshKumar)

  •        Types of Couplers, locking / unlocking procedures.
  •        Components and constructions details of IR rolling stock couplers
  •        Coupler Defects, Maintenance Guidelines, Use of Gauges.
  •        Instructions and Precautions to avoid accidental uncoupling.

Design, Maintenance, Trouble-shooting of Air Brake, Air-Dryers, PEASD, WSP & FIBA in Locos/Coaches/DEMUs: (Coordinator – Sh. Pushpak Ranjan)

·Various types of Air-brake system.

·Working Principle of the Distributor Valve, Brake Cylinder, ACP, FIBA& WSP System with maintenance practice.

·Maintenance and Trouble shootings, investigation of airbrake system/component failure cases, case studies and decoding of various defect Codes for Fault Diagnosis of WSP system.

· Demonstration of various component of WSP system

Bio-toilets – Design, Maintenance, Trouble-shooting: 

(Coordinator – Sh. U.S. Dwivedi)

  •        Evolution of Bio-Toilet in IR- need and Role of CAMTECH & DRDO.
  •        Designs, Working Principle and Maintenance Procedures.
  •        Laboratory test, Common Defects, Precautions and Trouble shooting.
  •        Bio-Vacuum Toilets.

      Disaster Management and Accident Investigation: 

(Coordinator – Sh. Dipesh Kumar)

  • Introduction to Railway accidents, types, causes, statistics and Disaster Management
  • ART, SPART, ARME, 140T cranes – Design, Equipment, Maintenance, Operating          Procedure,    Inspection etc. and Field visit.
  •    Detailed study of accident causes, how to Identify and Establish, Case studies,             Accident manual, Track measurements and maintenance practices, recording of dimensions etc.
  • Role of Supervisor and Railway Personnel at Accident site
  • Management of Accident site, Measurements at Accident site and observations, preservation of clues, records, Preliminary Investigation and reporting at accident sites.

·Report preparation and further actions

Train Examination Pattern- Practices, Infrastructure and New Developments:

(Coordinator – Sh. Abhishek Shukla)

·Policy instructions for Coaching and Freight examinations (RPC-4 etc).

·Various freight train examination -End to End, Premium, CC. Validity & Revalidation of BPC.

·Infrastructure and Material requirement in Pitlines, Sicklines, Yards and Depots.

·Smart Yard, Automated Inspection Systems, Coach Washing Plant, Lighting, Camtech Pitline etc.

·Maintenance practices and Record Keeping during maintenance.

Course on Safety, Health, Environment:

(Coordinator – Sh. Naveen Chand Jaiswal)

  •        General Environment, Working Environment and Hazards.
  •        Ergonomics, Cleanliness, Hygiene, Implementation of 5-S
  •        Safety Features in Rolling Stock
  •         Safety Protocols during fire accidents, electrocution, derailments etc.
  •        Workplace safety, Safety Rules, PPE, Factory Act, Contractual Labour act, Minimum Wages Act etc.
  •        Prevention and control of Pollution Act, OHSAS 18000, ISO 14000, Green Ratings etc.

Source : Northern Railways / Indian Railways Portal CMS Team Last Reviewed : 01-12-2023  

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