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SHORT TERM TRAINING PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME
CALENDAR
April 2016 March 2017

Pathfinder for Excellence in Technical Education

National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, Kolkata


(Established by the MHRD, Government of India)

TECHNICAL EDUCATION MISSION 2020

NITTTR Kolkata envisions to be the lead resource institute for


promoting excellence in technical education, management
education and vocational education & training system
To introduce emerging scientific technologies for development of effective teaching-learning
system in technical education
To increase the outreach of training by adopting flexible & Open Learning Technology
To integrate the world of work with the technical education system
To assist policy makers as a think-tank in formulating TVET strategies
To offer extension services and consultancy appropriate to TVET system, in collaboration with
industry and community partnership
To develop and introduce Quality Management System
To share experience and collaborate with national and international agencies involved in
technical education for mutual benefits
To undertake research in different areas of TVET system

About Us
National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research (NITTTR), Kolkata was established in 1965
as Technical Teachers Training Institute, Calcutta. This was the first of four such Institutes (other three
being at Chandigarh, Bhopal and Chennai) established by the Department of Education, Govt. of India as
fully centrally funded Autonomous Institution. The primary focus of the Institute is to provide in-service
training to the teachers and staff of Degree and Diploma level technical institutions and conduct activities
related to the quality improvement of the technical education system of the country. NITTTR, Kolkata has
been actively involved in improvement of quality of the technical education system in various states
including those in the north-east through innovative academic interventions, providing assistance to policy
makers at the national and state levels, in formulation of educational plans, projects and their
implementation in the fast changing scenario. By virtue of working closely over the last few decades, this
institute has developed a thorough understanding of the technical educational needs of the states in the
eastern region including those in the north-east. Govt. of India, in 2003, accorded national status to the
Institute, in recognition to the expert services rendered for overall improvement of quality of Technical
Education System. NITTTR, Kolkata acts as a catalyst in introducing changes in the various components
of technical education system, plays a proactive role in identifying changes in the industry, technology,
economy and society and acts as a facilitator in this process of change.
Some of the notable national level projects in which the Institute is associated are Nodal agency to Centrally
Sponsored Community Development through Polytechnic Scheme, Designing & conducting AICTE
sponsored Induction Training Programme for fresh teachers of engineering and polytechnic colleges,
Facilitating implementation of Centrally sponsored Scheme for Integrating Persons with Disabilities (PWD)
in the Mainstream of Technical & Vocational Education etc.
The focal activities of the Institute are Short Term Training, Curriculum Development, Learning Resources
Development, Research in the field of Technical Education System, Educational Management and Extension
Services. Besides regular activities, the Institute has been offering, since 2003, AICTE approved M. Tech.
Degree Programme in Manufacturing Technology, affiliated to WBUT. During 2005-2006 two more M.
Tech. Programmes namely Multimedia & Software Systems and Mechatronics Engineering were started.
The M. Tech. Programme in Structural Engineering was also started from 2011-2012. The Institute has
highly qualified faculty members and excellent infrastructural support in the form of well-equipped
laboratories, computers, library facilities, Welding Centre, CAD/CAM and other resources. The institute has
two Extension Centres one at Guwahati and the other in Bhubaneswar for reaching out to its clients in the
North-east and Orissa. At present this Institution is also focusing on others, Teachers Training through
ICT Mode.

CONTENTS
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Page
Nos.
About Us

Preface

ii

I.
II.
III.

Month-wise Programme
National Level Short Term Training
Programmes
Content Updating (CU)
Management (MGT)
Professional Skill Development (PS)

IV.

Special Programme

A.

1-12

13-34
35
36-39
40

B.

E-Learning Programme

C.
(i)

State Level Short-Term Training Programmes


at Extension Centres
Bhubaneswar
46-52

(ii)

Guwahati

Norms of the Programmes

41-45

53-57
58

i).
ii).

In-House Programmes
Special Programmes

58
58

iii).

Collaborative Programmes

58

Participants Profile

59

Financial Norms

59

How to Apply

59

How to Reach NITTTR, Kolkata

60

General Instructions

61

Application Form
Faculty Profile
E-mail Addresses and Phone
Numbers of Faculty Members

62
63-90
91

Preface
Like previous years, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research (NITTTR), Kolkata has prepared its Programme Calendar for the year 2016 2017
based on the training need analysis (TNA) conducted for the technical institutes of Eastern Region. The TNA questionnaire was prepared to have feedback on the
attributes like past training experiences, content updating / refreshment advancement in respective subjects / specialization areas and Education, Pedagogy, Teaching
Skill Development, Curriculum Development, Rural & Community Development, Media Development, Maintenance of Office Equipment, Management, Communication
etc.
In order to fulfill the needs of technical teachers of the eastern regions, ShortTrainings will be offered by
Term Training programmes (STTP) in the following modes are planned.
1. Civil Engineering
1. Contact mode at NITTTR, Kolkata and/or the extension centres
2. Computer Science & Engineering
2. ICT-based Programmes
3. Electrical Engineering
3. In-House Programmes
4. Mechanical Engineering and
4. Demand-based Special Programmes
5. Education & Educational Management related departments
5. Collaborative Programmes
The schedules of the trainings planned in this calendar are not exhaustive. The Institute also offers trainings based on specific needs of various stake holders including
Private Technical Institutes. The Institute also offers In-House training to fulfill the requirement of Faculty Development Programme (FDP) under TEQIP/NEQIP of
various Technical Institutes.
It is intended that all Technical Institutes of the eastern region will come up with their needs and take advantage of services provided by NITTTR, Kolkata. This will
help to upgrade the learning- teaching system of the institutes and in turn, will enrich the education system of the country.
NITTTR, Kolkata conducted UNESCO-UNEVOC supported International Capacity Development Programme on Training of Trainers in Utilizing Bio-Technology for
Sustainable Agriculture for Rural Youth during 23 rd November 4th December, 2015 in collaboration with Vivekananda Institute of Biotechnology, Nimpith, West
Bengal.
Following diagrams represent the focal activities of NITTTR, Kolkata, State-wise distribution of Trainees of STTP and Workshop conducted during the Academic year
2015-16:

State-Wise Distribution of Trainees


Aru. Prd
Manipur
Meghalaya
Tripura
Bihar
West Bengal
And Prd
Kerala
Maharastra
Hariyana
Pondicherry
Uttarakhand
J&K
ii

WORKSHOP CONDUCTED 2015-16


Assam
Mizoram
Nagaland
Sikkim
Jharkhand
Odisha
Karnataka
Delhi
Chattisgarh
Tamil Nadu
Telengana
Chandigarh
Rajasthan

Management
Related
12%

NBA Related
50%

Regional
Workshop
7%
Curriculum
Related
31%

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

Institutional Management in Technical


Education Perspective
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(18-04-2016 - 22-04-2016)

BBSR04
CU01

Mechanical Measurements and Control


[Samiran Mandal]
(18-04-2016 - 22-04-2016)

Limit State Design of Steel


structures
[Mithu Dey]
(25-04-2016 - 29-04-2016)
Laboratory Experiment and
Students Project
[Sagarika Pal]
(25-04-2016 - 29-04-2016)

PS01

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

4th Week
Disaster Management
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(25-04-2016 - 29-04-2016)

CAD for Digital Electronics


[Soumitra Kumar Mandal]
(18-04-2016 - 22-04-2016)

CU124

Arc Welding Process


[Arpan Kumar Mondal
Dipankar Bose]
(11-04-2016 - 22-04-2016)

3rd Week
Institutional Development
[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(18-04-2016 - 22-04-2016)

CU53

BBSR03
GUW02

&

CU91

Basics of Thermal Engineering (Thermal


Engineering I)
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(04-04-2016 08-04-2016)

2nd Week
Control Systems Analysis
Design using MATLAB
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(11-04-2016 - 15-04-2016)

MGT01

CU27

Fundamentals of Computer System and


Basic Computer Use
[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(04-04-2016 08-04-2016)

BBSR02

GUW01

Automata, Languages and Computation


[Samir Roy]
(04-04-2016 08-04-2016)

CU90

BBSR01

1st Week
PLC, LABVIEW and its applications
[S. Chattopadhyay]
(04-04-2016 08-04-2016)

CU89

APRIL, 2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Polymer Composites and


Nanocomposites
[Subrata Mondal]
(09-05-2016 13-05-2016)
Formulation of Operational Plan
for MHRD Sponsored PWD
Scheme
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(25-04-2016 - 29-04-2016)

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

GUW06
CU04

Database Design and Practice


[Ranjan Dasgupta]
(23-05-2016 - 27-05-2016)

5th Week

Electromagnetic Wave
[Anuradha De]
(30-05-2016 - 03-06-2016)

Refresher Course on
Structural Analysis and
Design using Software
[Santanu Bhanja]
(30-05-2016 - 10-06-2016)

Power electronics & Thyristor


based Control System
[Soumitra Kumar Mandal]
(23-05-2016 - 27-05-2016)
Programming and Operations
on CNC Machines
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal]
(23-05-2016 - 27-05-2016)

CU95

Network Principles, Management


& Administration
[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(09-05-2016 - 20-05-2016)
Applications of Thermal
Engineering
(Thermal Engineering II)
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(09-05-2016 - 13-05-2016)

CU32

GUW05
Non-conventional Machining
Process
[Dipankar Bose
Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(16-05-2016 - 20-05-2016)

4th Week
Understanding Accounts,
Procurement of Goods and
occupational health
[Sailendra Nath Mandal
Chanchal Kr. Mitra]
(23-05-2016 - 27-05-2016)
MATLAB Application in
Engineering
[Sagarika Pal]
(23-05-2016 - 27-05-2016)

CU125

Uses of Some Scientific


Visualization Tools
[Kinsuk Giri]
(25-04-2016 - 29-04-2016)

Application of Auto CAD in


Engineering Drawing
[Tushar Kanti Dey ]
(16-05-2016 - 20-05-2016)

CU54

Image Processing using MATLAB


[Indrajit Saha]
(25-04-2016 - 29-04-2016)

BBSR08

BBSR07

Development and Implementation


of Staff Training Programme for
Polytechnic Teachers
[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(09-05-2016 - 13-05-2016)

CU03

BBSR06
GUW04
CU92
ICT01

3rd Week
Software Application in
Analysis and Design Multi
Storied RCC Buildings
[Santanu Bhanja]
(16-05-2016 - 20-05-2016)

CU94

Software Design using Unified


Modeling Language
[Samir Roy]
(02-05-2016 - 06-05-2016)

2nd Week
Physics of Materials
[Anuradha De]
(09-05-2016 - 13-05-2016)

CU93

Finite Element Method in Civil


Engineering
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal
Tushar Kanti Dey]
(02-05-2016 - 13-05-2016)

CU29

Welding Processes & Physics


of Welding
[Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(02-05-2016 - 06-05-2016)

CU30

1st Week
Medical Instrumentation
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(02-05-2016 - 06-05-2016)

CU31

CU28

CU02

GUW03

BBSR05

MAY, 2016

How to write Thesis or


Research Paper
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(30-05-2016 - 03-06-2016)
Laboratory practice in
Chemistry and
Petrochemical Testing
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(30-05-2016 - 10-06-2016)

Hydraulics & Pneumatics


[Dipankar Bose]
(09-05-2016 - 13-05-2016)

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

Numerical and Computational


Techniques for Engineers and
Researchers [Kinsuk Giri]
(13-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)
Exposure on MATLAB
[Anuradha De]
(13-06-2016 - 24-06-2016)

PS04

Understanding Accounts and its proper


maintenance for effective financial
control
[Sailendra Nath Mandal
Chanchal Kumar Mitra]
(13-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

CU06
CU07

8085 & 8086, Microprocessor,


Architecture, Programming &
Interfacing
[Soumitra Kumar Mandal]
(20-06-2016 - 01-07-2016)
Drinking Water, Adulteration of
Food and Health
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(20-06-2016 - 01-07-2016)
Human Resource ManagementTechnical Education Perspective
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(20-06-2016 - 24-06-2016)
Laboratory Safety Management
[Subrata Mondal]
(20-06-2016 - 24-06-2016)

CU36

CU58

Topics of Discrete Mathematics


[Samir Roy]
(13-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)

Medical Instrumentation
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(20-06-2016 01-07-2016)

4th Week

CU37

CU57

Geotechnical Investigation & Testing


[Jagat Jyoti Mandal]
(13-06-2016 - 24-06-2016)

CU126

BBSR10
CU05

3rd Week

MGT02

Leadership & Team Building in


academia
[Habiba Hussain]
(06-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)

2nd Week
Advanced Process Control &
Instrumentation System
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(13-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)

MGT03

AUTOCAD
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(06-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)

CU34

Control Systems - Analysis &


Design using MATLAB
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(06-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)

CU35

IP Networking
[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(06-06-2016 - 17-06-2016)

CU56

1st Week
Rural Engineering
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(06-06-2016 - 10-06-2016)

PS03

PS02

CU96

CU55

CU33

BBSR09

JUNE, 2016

Static and Dynamic Analysis of Seismic


Resistant RCC Buildings
[Santanu Bhanja]
(27-06-2016 - 01-07-2016)
Rural Engineering
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(27-06-2016 - 01-07-2016)
Theory of Internet & Web Page Design
[Ranjan Dasgupta]
(27-06-2016 - 01-07-2016)
Recent Advances in Optimization: Theory
and Applications
[Kinsuk Giri]
(27-06-2016 - 01-07-2016)

Institutional Development
[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(20-06-2016 - 01-07-2016)

NITTTR, Kolkata

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

Turning, Milling & Drilling


[Dipankar Bose
Samiran Mandal]
(18-07-2016 - 29-07-2016)
Effective Teaching
[Habiba Hussain]
(18-07-2016 - 29-07-2016)

NITTTR, Kolkata

BBSR13
CU61
CU64

Computer Numerical Controlled


Machines: Constructional Features
and Programming
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal
Samiran Mandal]
(11-07-2016 - 22-07-2016)
Membranes for Water Treatment:
Challenges and Opportunities
[Subrata Mondal]
(11-07-2016 - 15-07-2016)

ICT02

CU127

Design of Business Applications


using Software Engineering
Approach
[Ranjan Dasgupta]
(18-07-2016 - 29-07-2016)

CU62

PLC Programming and Applications


[Sagarika Pal]
(11-07-2016 - 22-07-2016)

3rd Week
Construction Management
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(18-07-2016 - 22-07-2016)

CU63

CU98

CU39

Electromagnetic Wave
[Anuradha De]
(11-07-2016 - 15-07-2016)

PS05

Introductory Course on Structural


Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal]
(11-07-2016 - 15-07-2016)

CU59

CU08

2nd Week
Induction Training
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(11-07-2016 - 15-07-2016)

CU60

Data Structures and Algorithms


[Samir Roy]
(04-07-2016 - 15-07-2016)

CU98

CU38

BBSR11

1st Week

BBSR12

JULY, 2016
4th Week
Introduction to IS 800-2007
[Mithu Dey]
(25-07-2016 - 29-07-2016)

Power Generation from Energy


Resources
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(25-07-2016 - 29-07-2016)
Simulation and Analysis of Nonlinear
and Adaptive Control Systems
[Urmila Kar]
(25-07-2016 - 29-07-2016)
Electrical Safety & Code of Practices
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(25-07-2016 - 29-07-2016)
Applied Physics experiments with /
without computer interfacing kit for
young Engineers and Scientists
[Anuradha De]
(25-07-2016 - 05-08-2016)

Engineering Thermodynamics
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(18-07-2016 - 22-07-2016)

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

ICT04

ICT03

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

Concept Teaching in Soil


Mechanics
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal]
(08-08-2016 - 12-08-2016)

Microteaching for improving


teaching skills
[Habiba Hussain]
(22-08-2016 - 26-08-2016)
Strategic Management
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(22-08-2016 - 26-08-2016)

NITTTR, Kolkata

BBSR16
GUW09
CU102
CU103
PS08

Optical Fibre & Laser: Principles


& Applications
[Anuradha De]
(22-08-2016 - 26-08-2016)
Application of MATLAB Control
System, Image Processing and
Fuzzy Logic Tool Box
[Sagarika Pal & Urmila Kar]
(22-08-2016 - 02-09-2016)
CFD in Turbomachinery
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(22-08-2016 - 26-08-2016)

ICT05

GUW08
CU40
CU66

CU65

CU10

BBSR15
Role of Technical Institutions in
Community Development
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(08-08-2016 - 12-08-2016)

CU67

Advanced Manufacturing System


[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(08-08-2016 - 12-08-2016)

Introduction to Operating System


[Indrajit Saha]
(22-08-2016 - 26-08-2016)

PS07

Water Quality, Purification and Health


[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(01-08-2016 - 12-08-2016)

Laboratory Practice on Concrete


Materials
[Mithu Dey]
(08-08-2016 - 12-08-2016)
CAD for Digital Electronics
[Soumitra Kumar Mandal]
(08-08-2016 - 12-08-2016)

3rd Week
DC Machines & Transformers
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(22-08-2016 - 26-08-2016)
Environmental Pollution and its
solution
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(22-08-2016 - 26-08-2016)

CU101

CU99
SC09

Introduction to Robotics
[Samiran Mandal]
(01-08-2016 - 05-08-2016)

CU100

Awareness on EHS and ISO 14001


[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(01-08-2016 - 05-08-2016)

2nd Week

PS06

Refresher Course on the Basic and


Advanced Features of a Structural
Engienering Software
[Santanu Bhanja]
(01-08-2016 05-08-2016)
Disaster Management
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(01-08-2016 - 05-08-2016)

GUW07
CU09

1st Week
Design and Implementation of Technical
Curricula in Recent Perspective.
[Urmila Kar & S. K. Naskar]
(01-08-2016 - 05-08-2016)

EDPM0
2

BBSR14

AUGUST, 2016
4th Week
Watershed Management
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(29-08-2016 - 02-09-2016)
Design and Detailing of Reinforced
Concrete Structural Elements
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal]
(29-08-2016 - 02-09-2015)
Collection and Analys of Experimental
Data in Laboratory and Workshop
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(29-08-2016 - 02-09-2016)
Numerical Methods for Fluid
Dynamics
[Kinsuk Giri ]
(29-08-2016 - 02-09-2016)
Development and Implementation of
Staff Training Programme for
Polytechnic Teachers
[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(29-08-2016 - 02-09-2016)

Fundamentals of Limit State Method


of Design of RC Structures with
Special Emphasis on Earthquake
Resistance
[Santanu Bhanja]
(29-08-2016 - 02-09-2016)

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

ICT06

BBSR18

4th Week

TIG & MIG Welding Process


[Dipankar Bose
Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(19-09-2016 - 30-09-2016)
Functional Textiles and Protections
[Subrata Mondal]
(19-09-2016 - 23-09-2016)

CU71

Laboratory & Workshop Manual for Electrical,


Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
[Soumitra Kumar Mandal
Sagarika Pal]
(26-09-2016 - 07-10-2016)

CU130

Computer Aided Design


[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(19-09-2016 - 23-09-2016)

CU70

GUW11
2
CU41
CU69

Simulation & Analysis of Electrical Circuits


[Urmila Kar]
(19-09-2016 - 23-09-2016)

Semiconductor Devices & Solar PV Module


[Anuradha De]
(26-09-2016 - 30-09-2016)

Instruments to Measure Air and Water quality


[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(26-09-2016 - 07-10-2016)

PS11

Design and Modeling of various thermal


systems
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(05-09-2016 - 09-09-2016)
Procurement and custody of Goods and
Services
[Sailendra Nath Mandal
Chanchal Kumar Mitra]
(05-09-2016 - 09-09-2016)

Compiler Design
[Samir Roy]
(19-09-2016 - 23-09-2016)

CU105

Drawing, Analysis and Design of structures by


Limit State Method using software.
[Mithu Dey]
(05-09-2016 - 16-09-2016)
Modelling and Simulation of Mechatronic
System
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(05-09-2016 - 16-09-2016)

3rd Week

Effective Training
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(19-09-2016 - 23-09-2016)

CU106

Teaching of Theory of Machines


[Samiran Mandal]
(05-09-2016 - 09-09-2016)

2nd Week
Sensors, Transducers & Actuators
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(19-09-2016 - 23-09-2016)

CU129

1st Week
Power Generation from Energy Resources
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(05-09-2016 - 09-09-2016)

PS10

PS09

CU104

CU68

CU11

GUW10

BBSR17

SEPTEMBER, 2016

Action Research
[Habiba Hussain]
(26-09-2016 - 30-09-2016)

Quality Improvement in Institutional


Activities
[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(19-09-2016 - 30-09-2016)

Laboratory Instruction
[Soumitra Kumar Mandal
Sagarika Pal]
(05-09-2016 - 09-09-2016 )

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

2nd Week
MATLAB Application in Engineering
[Sagarika Pal]
(17-10-2016 - 21-10-2016)

3rd Week
Real Estate Management
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(24-10-2016 - 28-10-2016)

4th Week

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

CU107

Mechanical Engineering Materials and


Applications
[Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(24-10-2016 - 28-10-2016)

PS12

Laser & Image processing


[Anuradha De]
(24-10-2016 - 28-10-2016)

Pedagogy of Teaching Mathematics


[Kinsuk Giri]
(24-10-2016 - 28-10-2016)

NITTTR, Kolkata

CU12

Industrial Automation using PLC, DCS &


SCADA
[Sagarika Pal]
(24-10-2016 - 28-10-2016)

Cyber Security
[Indrajit Saha]
(31-10-2016 - 04-11-2016)
Analysis and Design of Shallow
Foundations
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal]
(31-10-2016 - 04-11-2016)

CU131

CU73

Teaching Control (Linear & Nonlinear)


Systems
[Urmila Kar]
(17-10-2016 - 28-10-2016)

CU74

CU72

GUW12

BBSR21

1st Week
Project Management
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(03-10-2016 - 07-10-2016)

BBSR20

BBSR19

OCTOBER, 2016

Engineering Chemistry experiments


and Safety
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(31-10-2016 - 04-11-2016)

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

CU109

Developments in Power Plants and


Alternative Fuels
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(07-11-2016 - 11-11-2016)

PS13

Waste Water Treatment: Pollution


Control and Reuse
[Subrata Mondal]
(07-11-2016 - 11-11-2016)
Problem Solving & Decision Making
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(07-11-2016 - 11-11-2016)
Environmental Pollution and Health
Hazards
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(07-11-2016 - 11-11-2016)

Applied Physics experiments with /


without computer interfacing kit for
young Engineers and Scientists
[Anuradha De]
(21-11-2016 - 02-12-2016)
Engineering Thermodynamics and its
Applications
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(21-11-2016 - 25-11-2016)

BBSR24
GUW16
CU14
CU110

Electrical Machines and Drives


[Soumitra Kumar Mandal]
(21-11-2016 - 25-11-2016)

CU76

Multimedia in Education Technology


[Indrajit Saha]
(07-11-2016 18-11-2016)

Estimating & Costing of NonConventional Energies


[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(21-11-2016 - 25-11-2016)

CU111

Solid Waste from the Society &


Environmental Sanitation
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(07-11-2016 - 11-11-2016)

GUW15

Design and implementation of


technical curricula in recent
perspective.
[Urmila Kar & S. K. Naskar]
(15-11-2016 - 19-11-2016)

3rd Week
Laboratory Development
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(21-11-2016 - 25-11-2016)

CU75

GUW14

Developing Entrepreneurship Among


Students-role of Polytechnic Teachers
[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(07-11-2016 - 11-11-2016)

2nd Week

BBSR23

1st Week
Intellegent Search Techniques
[Samir Roy]
(07-11-2016 - 11-11-2016)

ICT08

ICT07

MGT05

CU132

CU108

CU42

CU13

GUW13

BBSR22

NOVEMBER, 2016
4th Week
Mechatronics & Automation
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(28-11-2016 - 02-12-2016)
Advances in Welding
[Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(28-11-2016 - 02-12-2016)
Waste Management
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(28-11-2016 - 09-12-2016)
CAD/CAM
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(28-11-2016 - 02-12-2016)

Development of Mechanical Engineering


Laboratory Experiments & Instruction
Sheets
[Samiran Mandal]
(28-11-2016 - 02-12-2016)

Essentials of Outcome based


Education
[Habiba Hussain]
(21-11-2016 - 25-11-2016)

Teaching on structural analysis


and Introduction to FEM
[Mithu Dey]
(15-11-2016 - 19-11-2016)

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

Theory and Practices of Various


Welding Processes
[Arpan Kumar Mondal & D. Bose]
(05-12-2016 - 09-12-2016)

Manufacturing Process
[Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(19-12-2016 - 23-12-2016)
Outcome based Assessment
[Habiba Hussain]
(19-12-2016 - 23-12-2016)

Rural Engineering
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(05-12-2016 - 09-12-2016)

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

ICT10

ICT09

BBSR27
CU18
CU45
CU116

Making Educational Video Films


[Sekhar Chakraborty
Yagamay Das & Prashanta Pal]
(19-12-2016 - 30-12-2016)

CU80

Application of MATLAB in Electrical


Engineering
[Urmila Kar]
(19-12-2016 - 30-12-2016)

CU81

Introduction to IS 800-2007
[Mithu Dey]
(19-12-2016 - 23-12-2016)

CU115

Research Methodology in
Management
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(12-12-2016 - 16-12-2016)

CU17

GUW18
Statistics for Research
[Samiran Mandal]
(12-12-2016 - 16-12-2016)

CU79

Design & Development of e-learning


System
[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(12-12-2016 - 23-12-2016)

4th Week
Causes and effects of
Environmental Pollution
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(26-12-2016 - 30-12-2012)

Control Systems Analysis & Design


using MATLAB
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(19-12-2016 - 23-12-2016)

CU114

Testing of material for concrete and


design of concrete mixes
[Tushar Kanti Dey ]
(12-12-2016 - 23-12-2016)

3rd Week
Engineering Thermodynamics
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(19-12-2016 - 23-12-2016)

PS14

CU16
CU44
CU113

Renewable Energy Sources and


Emerging Technologies
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(05-12-2016 - 09-12-2016)
Modern Control & MATLAB Simulation
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(05-12-2016 - 16-12-2016)

MGT06

Philosophy of limit state method of


design and behaviour of RC Structures
under overloading
[Santanu Bhanja]
(05-12-2016 - 09-12-2016)
Mathematical Logic
[Samir Roy]
(05-12-2016 - 09-12-2016)

2nd Week

BBSR26

1st Week
Fundamental Concepts of Geotechnical
Engineering
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal]
(05-12-2016 - 09-12-2016)
Properties of Materials and Processes
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(05-12-2016 - 09-12-2016)

PS15

CU112

CU78

CU77

CU43

CU15

GUW17

BBSR25

DECEMBER, 2016

Surveying by Total Station


[Santanu Bhanja]
(26-12-2016 - 30-12-2016)
Mathematical and Technical Writing
using LaTeX
[Kinsuk Giri & Indrajit Saha ]
(26-12-2016 - 30-12-2016)
Exposure on MATLAB
[Anuradha De]
(26-12-2016 - 06-01-2017)
LABVIEW & MATLAB Applications in
Engineering
[S. K. Mandal & Sagarika Pal]
(26-12-2016 - 06-01-2017)
Fundamentals and Applications of
Nanomaterials
[Subrata Mondal]
(26-12-2016 - 30-12-2016)
Computations and Optimization
with MATLAB
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(26-12-2016 - 06-01-2017)

Renewable Energy Sources and


Emerging Technologies
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(12-12-2016 - 16-12-2016)

NITTTR, Kolkata

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

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NITTTR, Kolkata

Analysis & Design of Flexible


Pavements
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal]
(16-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)
Watershed Management
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(16-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)

BBSR31

4th Week
Lesson Planning
[Samiran Mandal]
30-01-2017 - 03-02-2017)

CU48

BBSR30
CU22
CU23

3rd Week
Strategic Management
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(16-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)

Advance Programming in C
(Workshop of Co-ordinators)
(Lecture Session over ICT)
(Hands on Practice at NITTTR, Kolkata)
[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(30 & 31-01-2017
20 & 21-02-2017
27-02-2017 01-03-2017)

CU84

Advanced Process Control (ICT)


[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(09-01-2017 - 13-01-2017)

CU47

Theory and Practice on Mechanical


Testing of Metals
[Arpan Kumar Mondal & D. Bose]
(09-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)
Operation and maintenance of
different Water and Petrochemical
Testing Kits
[Sailendra Nath Mandal]
(09-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)
Soft Skills for teachers
[Habiba Hussain]
(09-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)

CU83

Electrical Power System & Protection


[Soumitra Kumar Mandal]
(09-01-2017 - 13-01-2017)

CU118

BBSR29
GUW20
CU21

Introduction to Python Programming


[Tushar Kanti Dey
Rajeev Chatterjee]
(09-01-2017 - 13-01-2017)
Software Application in Analysis and
Design Multi Storied buildings
[Santanu Bhanja]
(09-01-2017 - 13-01-2017)

ICT12

Design of Payroll Systems using


Oracle
[Ranjan Dasgupta]
(02-01-2017 - 13-01-2017)
Engineering Materials and Processes
[Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(30-01-2017 04-02-2017)

CU82

Sustainable Rural Development


Alternative Source of Energy
[U.C.Kumar & A. Rahaman ]
(02-01-2017 - 06-01-2017)

CU117

AutoCAD for Engineers


[Mithu Dey]
(02-01-2017 - 06-01-2017)

CU133

Networking Principle
[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(02-01-2017 - 06-01-2017)

2nd Week
Intelligent Textile Materials
[Subrata Mondal]
(09-01-2017 - 13-01-2017)

PS16

1st Week
Numerical Methods for Fluid
Dynamics
[Kinsuk Giri ]
(02-01-2017 - 06-01-2017)

ICT11
(BBSR)

CU119

CU46

CU20

CU19

GUW19

BBSR28

JANUARY, 2017

Advanced Control Systems & MATLAB


Simulation
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(23-01-2017 - 03-02-2017)

Computational Intelligence for


Knowledge Extraction
[Indrajit Saha & Samir Roy]
(16-01-2017 - 27-01-2017)
Power Electronics Applications
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(16-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)
Tool and Die Design
[Samiran Mandal]
(16-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)
Optical Fibre & Laser: Principles &
Applications
[Anuradha De]
(16-01-2017 - 20-01-2017)

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

CU85
CU86

Power System Analysis


[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(06-02-2017 - 10-02-2017)

Linear Algebra and Differential Equations


[Kinsuk Giri ]
(13-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)

Occupational Health & Safety


Management, OHSAS :1801
[Sekhar Chakraborty
Tushar Kanti Dey ]
(20-02-2017 - 24-02-2017)

BBSR35
GUW23

Power Generation from Energy


Resources
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(20-02-2017 - 24-02-2017)

4th Week
Skill Developments in Laboratory
and Workshops
[Nirmal Kumar Mandal ]
(27-02-2017 - 03-03-2017)
Quality Management & its
Implementation
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(27-02-2017 - 03-03-2017)

CU51

Introduction to Python Programming


[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(13-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)

CU87

Engineering Thermodynamics
[Rayapati Subbarao]
(13-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)

Introduction to Artificial Neural


Networks
[Samir Roy & Indrajit Saha]
(27-02-2017 - 03-03-2017)

PS18

BBSR34

3rd Week
Introduction to Cryptography
[Indrajit Saha]
(20-02-2017 - 24-02-2017)

MGT07

BBSR33
GUW22
CU50

2nd Week
Application of Software in Seismic
Resistant Structure Design
[Santanu Bhanja]
(13-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)

Assessment Tools for Outcome


Based Education
[Urmila Kar]
(27-02-2017 03-03-2017)

Effective Training
[Sukanta Kumar Naskar]
(13-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)

Sensors, Transducers & Signal


Conditioning
[Sagarika Pal]
(06-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)
Skill Development in Workshop and
Laboratory
[Arpan Kumar Mondal
Dipankar Bose]
(06-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)

ICT13

CU120

Fuzzy and Rough Set Theory


[Samir Roy
Indrajit Saha]
(06-02-2017 - 10-02-2017)

CU134

Testing of Pavement Material


[Jagat Jyoti Mandal
Tushar Kanti Dey ]
(06-02-2017 - 17-02-2017)

PS17

Waste Water Treatment: Pollution


Control and Reuse
[Subrata Mondal]
(06-02-2017 10-02-2017)

CU49

GUW21

1st Week
Solid Waste from the Society &
Environmental Sanitation
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(06-02-2017 - 10-02-2017)

CU24

BBSR32

FEBRUARY, 2017

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Safety Management in Chemical


Laboratory
[Subrata Mondal]
(27-02-2017 - 03-03-2017)

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STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

ICT15

Control & Automation


[Soumitra Kumar Mandal
Sagarika Pal]
(06-03-2017 - 10-03-2017)

NITTTR, Kolkata

Design and Implementation of


Outcome Based Curriculum
[Urmila Kar]
(20-03-2017 - 24-03-2017)

BBSR38
GUW26

Advanced Process Control &


Instrumentation System
[Subrata Chattopadhyay]
(27-03-2017 - 31-03-2017)

CU26

Laboratory tests on Civil Engineering


Material
[Mithu Dey]
(20-03-2017 - 31-03-2017)
Modern Welding Methods
[Dipankar Bose
Arpan Kumar Mondal]
(20-03-2017 - 24-03-2017)
Developing Instructional Media
[Sekhar Chakraborty]
(20-03-2017 - 24-03-2017)

4th Week
Introduction to e-learning
[Rajeev Chatterjee]
(27-03-2017 - 31-03-2017)

Construction Management
[Uday Chand Kumar]
(27-03-2017 - 31-03-2017)

CU123

Numerical Methods for Fluid


Dynamics
[Kinsuk Giri ]
(20-03-2017 - 24-03-2015)

Automobile Engineering
[Samiran Mandal]
(27-03-2017 - 31-03-2017)

PS20

3rd Week
Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machines
[Dipankar Bose]
(20-03-2017 - 24-3-2017)

ICT16

GUW25
CU25
CU122

Power Plant Engineering


[Rayapati Subbarao]
(06-03-2017 - 10-03-2017)

PS19

CU52

Digital Control using MATLAB


[Prasanta Sarkar]
(06-03-2017 - 10-03-2017)

ICT14

CU88

8085 & 8086, Microprocessor, Architecture,


Programming & Interfacing
[Soumitra Kumar Mandal]
(06-03-2017 - 10-03-2017)
Introduction to DBMS
[Ranjan Dasgupta]
(06-03-2017 - 17-03-2017)

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2nd Week

BBSR37

1st Week
Surveying by Total Station
[Jagat Jyoti Mandal & Tushar Kanti Dey]
(06-03-2017 - 10-03-2017)

CU121

GUW24

BBSR36

MARCH, 2017

Community Development through


Technical Institutes
[Sheela Yadav Rai]
(27-03-2017 - 31-03-2017)
Indian Electricity Rules and Code of
Practices
[Prasanta Sarkar]
(27-03-2017 - 31-03-2017)

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


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NATIONAL LEVEL SHORT TERM TRAINING PROGRAMMES

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1.

CU01

Limit State Design of Steel


structures

Mithu Dey

25-04-2016

29-04-2016

2.

CU02

Finite Element Method in


Civil Engineering

Jagat Jyoti Mandal


Tushar Kanti Dey

02-05-2016

13-05-2016

3.

CU03

Application of Auto CAD in


Engineering Drawing

Tushar Kanti Dey

16-05-2016

20-05-2016

4.

CU04

Refresher Course on
Structural Analysis and
Design using Software

Santanu Bhanja

30-05-2016

10-06-2016

5.

CU05

Geotechnical Investigation
& Testing

Jagat Jyoti Mandal

13-06-2016

24-06-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the course the participants will be able to


appreciate the understanding principles on plastic analysis of Steel
structures.
design the different structural elements by limit state method.
familiar with the new code IS 800 : 2007
After attending the course the participants will be able to
explain basic concept of finite element method in Civil Engineering
develop formulation for simple structural problems by using finite
element
use a standard software for solving simple structural problems
After attending the course the participants will be able to
draw basic drawing
draw different sections of structures
draw 2D and 3D drawing
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
Understand the role of software in structural analysis and design
Know the basic features of a universally accepted standard software
Develop the software simulation of the prototype structure
Analyse and design real-life civil engineering structures
Participants will be awarded a complete unlimited licenced version
of STAAD.Pro v8i & Staad.foundation Advanced v8i for personal use
on their PCs for full one year for academic purpose
After attending the course the participants will be able to
explain basic concepts on laboratory and field tests of soil as per
requirement of Civil engineering Diploma curriculum
guide students in conducting different laboratory experiments and
carryout field tests related to determination of related parameters
demonstrate different tests on soil for determination of strength and
compressibility parameter of soil

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6.

CU06

Static and Dynamic


Analysis and Design of
Seismic Resistant RCC
Buildings

Santanu Bhanja

27-06-2016

01-07-2016

7.

CU07

Rural Engineering

Uday Chand Kumar

27-06-2016

01-07-2016

8.

CU08

Introductory Course on
Structural Dynamics &
Earthquake Engineering

Jagat Jyoti Mandal

11-07-2016

15-07-2016

After attending the course the participants will be able to


explain basic concept of structural Dynamics
apply these concepts to solve simple structural Dynamics problems
apply these concepts to analyse simple Civil Engineering structures
subjected to Earthquake loading

9.

CU09

Disaster Management

Uday Chand Kumar

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


define disaster
describe different types of disaster
describe types of safety require before disaster
take remedial action after disaster.

10.

CU10

Laboratory Practice on
Concrete Materials

Mithu Dey

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

After attending the course the participants will be able to


explain the physical significance of laboratory tests on Concrete
Materials.
demonstrate to the students on different tests of Concrete Materials
understand the concrete mix design

NITTTR, Kolkata

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


Appreciate the underlying principles of earthquake resistant design of
RC buildings
Differentiate between Static and Dynamic analysis and know the
domain of their application
Use software in Seismic Analysis of RC Buildings
Be familiar with the relevant clauses of IS:1893, IS:4326 and IS:13920
Participants will be awarded a complete unlimited licenced version
of STAAD.Pro v8i & Staad.foundation Advanced v8i for personal use
on their PCs for full one year for academic purpose
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
identify the need of the village people.
describe the rain water harvesting.
describe the need of sanitation.
understand the different scheme of government.

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CU11

Drawing, Analysis and


Design of structures by
Limit State Method using
software.

Mithu Dey

05-09-2016

16-09-2016

12.

CU12

Analysis and Design of


Shallow Foundations

Jagat Jyoti Mandal

31-10-2016

04-11-2016

13.

CU13

Solid Waste from the


Society & Environmental
Sanitation

Uday Chand Kumar

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

14.

CU14

Waste Management

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

28-11-2016

09-12-2016

15.

CU15

Philosophy of Limit State


Method of Design and
behaviour of RC Structures
under Overloading

Santanu Bhanja

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the course the participants will be able to


appreciate the importance of the Limit State Method.
compare with Working Stress Method.
understand the different methods of structural analysis
design the different structural elements (RCC & Steels structures) by
Limit State Method.
use of software to drawing analysis and design the different Structural
elements.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
determine settlement and bearing capacity of shallow foundations
design different types of shallow foundations as per the codal
recommendations.
teach the related topics in more efficient manner
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe different type of waste
identify the importance of waste management
describe the types of waste generated in the society
identify hazards waste
identify needs of sanitation
identify need of Swachhatha Abhiyan
After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire
knowledge of basic concept of wastewater, sampling, preservation,
analysis, interpretation of result and wastewater treatment, Solid waste
management
skill of handling equipment, performing experiments, interpreting
results, preparing test report, providing laboratory instructions to
develop inquiring attitude among the student and evaluation of
laboratory performance in related to wastewater analysis/ treatment
laboratory,
attitude of hand-on working in the laboratory/field
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
identify the principles underlying the limit state method of reinforced
concrete design
understand the fundamental principles for design under seismic forces
and differentiate them from design against other types of loads
be familiar to a computer software for design of RC structural elements

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CU16

Testing of Material for


Concrete and Design of
Concrete Mixes

Tushar Kanti Dey

12-12-2016

23-12-2016

17.

CU17

Introduction to IS 8002007

Mithu Dey

19-12-2016

23-12-2016

18.

CU18

Surveying by Total Station

Santanu Bhanja

26-12-2016

30-12-2016

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


be introduced to Total Station
understand the processes involved in operating Total Station
carry out traversing using Total Station
assimilate and store data from site and plot the traverse.

19.

CU19

AutoCAD for Engineers

Mithu Dey

02-01-2017

06-01-2017

20.

CU20

Sustainable Rural
Development Alternative
Source of Energy

Uday Chand Kumar


Ashadur Rahaman

02-01-2017

06-01-2017

After attending the course the participants will be able to


know the different commands of the Software
draw the 2D and 3D
appreciate the use of AutoCAD in Engg. Field.
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe Rural Development
define Sustainable Development
apply Different Alternate Source of Energy
workout an Energy Audit

21.

CU21

Analysis and Design of


Multi Storied Buildings
using a Software Dedicated
for Building Design only

Santanu Bhanja

09-01-2017

13-01-2017

22.

CU22

Analysis & Design of


Flexible Pavements

Jagat Jyoti Mandal

16-01-2017

20-01-2017

NITTTR, Kolkata

After attending the course the participants will be able to


find out the various properties of materials
design different proportions of concrete mix
After attending the program, participants are expected to be able to
appreciate the understanding principles on plastic analysis of Steel
structures.
design the different structural elements as per new codes:
familiar with the new code IS 800 : 2007

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


be acquainted with the basic methodology of software application in
structural analysis and design
acquire the fundamentals of analysis against all types of loads
be familiar with the design of RC buildings
Know the basic features of a universally accepted standard software for
buildings - ETABS
After attending the course the participants will be able to
comprehend the principles of analysis and design of flexible pavement
as per the recommendations of IRC
able to design flexible pavement following the guidelines of IRC
impart acquired knowledge to students in a systematic manner

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23.

CU23

Watershed Management

Uday Chand Kumar

16-01-2017

20-01-2017

24.

CU24

Testing of Pavement
Material

Jagat Jyoti Mandal


Tushar Kanti Dey

06-02-2017

17-02-2017

25.

CU25

Laboratory tests on Civil


Engineering Material

Mithu Dey

20-03-2017

31-03-2017

26.

CU26

Construction Management

Uday Chand Kumar

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

27.

CU27

Fundamentals of Computer
System and Basic
Computer Use

Rajeev Chatterjee

04-04-2016

15-04-2016

28.

CU28

Software Design using


Unified Modeling Language

Samir Roy

02-05-2016

06-05-2016

29.

CU29

Image Processing using


MATLAB

Indrajit Saha

09-05-2016

13-05-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


define the watershed
describe the need of soil conservation.
identify the different structure of water harvesting
After attending the course the participants will be able to
explain basic concepts on laboratory and field tests of various pavement
material (soil & bituminous) as per requirement of Civil engineering
Diploma curriculum
guide students in conducting different laboratory experiments and
carryout field tests related to determination of related parameters
demonstrate different tests on various pavement material required for
design of flexible pavements
After attending the course the participants will be able to
develop Skill & Knowledge on the fundamentals involved in testing of
various ingredients of Civil Engg. Materials.
familiar with the use of NDT equipments
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
explain the processes involve in construction management.
carry out planning & scheduling techniques.
maintain communication within the hierarchy.
After completing the course the participant will be able to
demonstrate the various parts & components of computer system
explain the concept of network & internet
demonstrate the use of office tools in regular office & academic
activities
use e-mail & other services from internet
use cloud services such as drop box, google drive etc.
After completing the course the participant will be able to
use Unified Modeling Language to
Design a software
Develop a software
Model a software
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
describe the fundamentals of image processing (IP)
apply MATLAB commands to do IP
explain image processing in classroom

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30.

CU30

Uses of Some Scientific


Visualization Tools

Kinsuk Giri

09-05-2016

13-05-2016

31.

CU31

Network Principles,
Management &
Administration

Rajeev Chatterjee

09-05-2016

20-05-2016

32.

CU32

Database Design and


Practice

Ranjan Dasgupta

23-05-2016

27-05-2016

33.

CU33

IP Networking

Rajeev Chatterjee

06-06-2016

17-06-2016

34.

CU34

Topics of Discrete
Mathematics

Samir Roy

13-06-2016

17-06-2016

35.

CU35

Numerical and
Computational Techniques
for Engineers and
Researchers

Kinsuk Giri

13-06-2016

17-06-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the program, the participants will be able to


get idea on basic shell commands on Linux
get the features of gnuplot
visualize multidimensional datas in gnuplot
handle Xmgrace and other softwares
After going through this programme the participants will be able to
explain the various topologies and media of computer Network
define a network; explain the various protocols in TCP/IP suite
explain the concept of switching and routing
demonstrate the basic techniques of network management
explain the concept of basic network security
After attending the course the participants will be able to
get exposure in database design theory
design and develop small database application
After going through this programme the participants will be able to
explain the concept of networking and internetworking
explain the working of Internet
explain the role of RIR and other regulatory bodies
explain the various protocols in Routing, Switching
design campus wide network
configure switches and routers, explain the concept and working
principles of firewall
explain the various technologies related to Wi. Fi. networks
explain the working of Mobile IP networks
Explain the concept of identity management & access management
After completing the course the participant will be able to
Apply knowledge of Discrete Mathematics in real life problems
Solve problems in Discrete Mathematics
Explain Discrete Mathematics in classroom
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
get an overview on different computational algorithms and Numerical
Simulations
get overview on Monte Carlo methods
write hydro code on basic problems
apply hydro code for their specific problems
visualize the data

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36.

CU36

Theory of Internet & Web


Page Design

Ranjan Dasgupta

27-06-2016

01-07-2016

37.

CU37

Recent Advances in
Optimization: Theory and
Applications

Kinsuk Giri

27-06-2016

01-07-2016

38.

CU38

Data Structures and


Algorithms

Samir Roy

04-07-2016

15-07-2016

39.

CU39

Design of Business
Applications using Software
Engineering Approach

Ranjan Dasgupta

18-07-2016

29-07-2016

40.

CU40

Introduction to Operating
System

Indrajit Saha

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

41.

CU41

Compiler Design

Samir Roy

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

42.

CU42

Multimedia in Education
Technology

Indrajit Saha

07-11-2016

18-11-2016

43.

CU43

Mathematical Logic

Samir Roy

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the course the participants will be able to


get acquainted with Internet System
get exposure in TCP/IP protocols
design & develop web-page(s)
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
learn on Linear and nonlinear optimization, Combinatorial optimization,
Stochastic optimization, Fuzzy Optimization, Optimal control, Multiobjective
optimization, Evolutionary computing
apply optimization techniques in different fields like - Information and
communication networks, Financial modeling, Supply chain and
Inventory Control, Transportation and Logistics, Industrial engineering
etc.
After completing the course the participant will be able to
identify appropriate data structure and algorithms in computation
analyze an algorithm
design appropriate data structure and algorithms in computation
After attending the course the participants will be able to
get exposure in various issues related to software engineering
get exposure in business application development process
design small business application
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
get exposure how computers work
demonstrate how system designs
explain operating system in classroom
After completing the course the participant will be able to
design compilers
implement compilers
explain compilers in classroom
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
describe the multimedia components
get exposure in various multimedia related software
prepare a small computer based training material
After completing the course the participant will be able to
explain Mathematical Logic in classroom
solve problems related to Mathematical Logic
apply Mathematical Logic in real life problems

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44.

CU44

Design & Development of


e-learning System

Rajeev Chatterjee

12-12-2016

23-12-2016

45.

CU45

Mathematical and
Technical Writing using
LaTeX

Kinsuk Giri
Indrajit Saha

26-12-2016

30-12-2016

46.

CU46

Design of Payroll Systems


using Oracle

Ranjan Dasgupta

02-01-2017

13-01-2017

47.

CU47

Computational Intelligence
for Knowledge Extraction

Indrajit Saha
Samir Roy

16-01-2017

27-01-2017

48.

CU48

Advance Programming in C
(Workshop of Coordinators)
(Lecture Session over ICT)
(Hands on Practice at
NITTTR, Kolkata)

Rajeev Chatterjee

30-01-2017
20-02-2017
27-02-2017

31-01-2017
21-02-2017
01-03-2017

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After going through this programme the participants will be able to


explain the concept of e-learning
design the basic requirement of ICT infrastructure for e-learning
explain synchronous and asynchronous e-learning models
explain the various standards available for e-learning
explain the basis terminologies such as Learning Objects, sharable
Content Objects, SCORM
explain and demonstrate ADDIE Model of ISD
demonstrate the various concept of e-content, LMS, interactive
Multimedia Presentation
develop e-content chunks/learning object in their own subject domain.
implement the curriculum for effective instructional design
design and develop e-content using various standards, tools and
technique
exhibit and demonstrate the process of e-content creation.
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
describe the fundamentals of LaTeX
use LaTeX commands
prepare the scientific and non-scientific documents
After attending the course the participants will be able to
get exposure in various process of Payroll Systems
get exposure in designing the processes using Software Engineering
approach
design & develop the system
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
get exposure in Computational Intelligence (CI)
apply CI for knowledge extraction
design an expert system
After going through this programme the participants will be able to
explain the concept of arrays to the student
write programme related to various manipulation in the array
explain the concept of pointer
explain the concept of structures
explain the concept of linked list
write programme related to pointer, structures, & linked list.

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49.

CU49

Fuzzy and Rough Set


Theory

Samir Roy
Indrajit Saha

06-02-2017

10-02-2017

50.

CU50

Introduction to Python
Programming

Rajeev Chatterjee

13-02-2017

17-02-2017

51.

CU51

Introduction to Artificial
Neural Networks

Samir Roy
Indrajit Saha

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

52.

CU52

Introduction to DBMS

Ranjan Dasgupta

06-03-2017

17-03-2017

53.

CU53

Laboratory Experiment and


Students Project

Sagarika Pal

25-04-2016

29-04-2016

54.

CU54

Power electronics &


Thyristor based Control
System

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal

23-05-2016

27-05-2016

55.

CU55

Control Systems - Analysis


& Design using MATLAB

Prasanta Sarkar

06-06-2016

17-06-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After completing the course the participant will be able to


design Fuzzy and Rough systems for real life problem solving
implement Fuzzy and Rough systems for real life problem solving
explain Fuzzy and Rough systems in the classroom
After going through this programme the participants will be able to
write simple program using Python language
use loop & control structure
edit different commercial software packages of finite element method
as per user requirement
design & solve complex problem
After completing the course the participant will be able to
identify problem domains to apply artificial neural networks
apply artificial neural networks to solve real-life problems
explain artificial neural networks in classroom
After attending the course the participants will be able to
get acquainted with Database Management System
get exposure in database design theory
design and develop database application
After attending the course the participants will be able to
select the laboratory experiments and projects as per curriculum
perform experiments and record the data properly
prepare laboratory manual for different experiments
write project report in proper format
evaluate the laboratory and project performance of students
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
study performance characteristics of Power Diode, MOSFET, SCR IGBT,
DIAC and TRIAC
describe Single Phase and Three Phase Uncontrolled and Controlled
Converters
understand Commutation of SCRs, Inverter, Chopper and Cycloconverter
study AC and DC Drives, UPS, Power factor Improvement
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
model Physical Systems
analyze in Time & frequency domain features
determine Input Output Stability
design Controller
apply MATLAB Control System Toolbox in simulation

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56.

CU56

Exposure on MATLAB

Anuradha De

13-06-2016

24-06-2016

57.

CU57

Medical Instrumentation

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

20-06-2016

01-07-2016

58.

CU58

8085 & 8086,


Microprocessor,
Architecture, Programming
& Interfacing

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal

20-06-2016

01-07-2016

59.

CU59

Electromagnetic Wave

Anuradha De

11-07-2016

15-07-2016

60.

CU60

PLC Programming and


Applications

Sagarika Pal

11-07-2016

22-07-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme,the participants will be able to


explain the different aspects of MATLAB & Simulink
apply MATLAB for mathematical calculations, graphics and Numerical
analysis by developing different types of matlab files
develop experimental or mathematical models using different Simulink
Toolboxes
develop simple GUI files & publish documents
After attending the course the participants will be able to
understand Cells, Digestive System, Excretory System, Endocrinology
describe Origins of electro-physiological signal and their characteristics
design practical clinical sensors and transducers
understand the operation of X-ray, Fluoroscopy and Radiography,
Pacemaker, Magnetic Resonance Imaging etc.
explain Electric shock hazards and safety devices
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe Architecture and working principles of 8085 and 8086 Microprocessors.
describe Addressing modes & instruction sets of Micro-processors.
write Assembly Language programmes.
design Interfacing circuits.
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe the fundamentals of Electromagnetic (E.M.) theory, the basic
formalism by Maxwell & related history
identify the sources of production of various E.M. waves, different E.M.
bands properties
list the applications of E.M. theory in the various fields of Physics and
Engineering
describe the integral approach to communication theory where
communication is made with Radio / Microwaves antenna or through
fiber optic wave guides.
After completing the course the participant will be able to
explain working principle of PLC
describe architecture of PLC system
develop PLC programmes
apply PLC in various control systems

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61.

CU61

Power Generation from


Energy Resources

Sheela Yadav Rai

25-07-2016

29-07-2016

62.

CU62

Simulation and Analysis of


Nonlinear and Adaptive
Control Systems

Urmila Kar

25-07-2016

29-07-2016

63.

CU63

Electrical Safety & Code of


Practices

Prasanta Sarkar

25-07-2016

29-07-2016

64.

CU64

Applied Physics
experiments with / without
computer interfacing kit
for young Engineers and
Scientists

Anuradha De

25-07-2016

05-08-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


understand potential sources of conventional energies for power
generation
describe potential sources of non-conventional energies for power
generation
understand environmental aspects of power generation
appreciate about various power projects
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain with example linear and nonlinear control systems
explain the need for nonlinear control
analyze nonlinear control systems using various techniques
simulate nonlinear control systems using MATLAB /Simulink
design laboratory experiments using MATLAB/Simulink
Explain need for Adaptive Control
Describe various adaptive control schemes with suitable diagram.
Illustrate adaptive control scheme with suitable example
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
understand Safe Working Regulations of Electrical Installations
familiarize with Preventive Maintenance of Sub-stations and Generating
Stations switchgears
familiarize with Preventive Maintenance of Overhead Equipment and
Transmission Lines
use code of practice for Earthing Installation, electrical wiring etc.
understand Extracts from Indian Electricity Rules 1956 & Electricity Act
2003
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
perform some Applied Physics experiment and develop instructional
manual
use EXPeyes, an interfacing kit for Computer based experiments
write simple programme using Python software and perform
experiments
perform some experiments of Basic Physics / Electronics with computer
interfacing kit
set a new experiment using the interfacing kit

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65.

CU65

CAD for Digital Electronics

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

66.

CU66

Optical Fibre & Laser:


Principles & Applications

Anuradha De

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

67.

CU67

Application of MATLAB
Control System, Image
Processing and Fuzzy Logic
Tool Box

Sagarika Pal
Urmila Kar

22-08-2016

02-09-2016

68.

CU68

Modelling and Simulation of


Mechatronic System

Prasanta Sarkar

05-09-2016

16-09-2016

69.

CU69

Simulation & Analysis of


Electrical Circuits

Urmila Kar

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, participants are expected to use CAD to


explain basic principles of Digital Circuits, Programmable Logic Array,
simple PLDs (SPLD), Complex Programmable Logic Devices
design complex digital circuits using PLDs, PLAs, PALs, CPLDs and
uPGAs
apply VHDL & Verilog Software to design Digital Circuits
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
identify the characteristics of optical fibre, types, advantages,
disadvantages
explain the basic principle of Laser, Properties, Types, characteristics
and related hazards
list the various applications of laser with / without optical fibre
state the technologies used in optical communication with optical fibre
record several characteristics & applications of optical fibre & laser by
performing various experiments & through field visit.
After completing the course the participant will be able to
use MATLAB commands
apply Control System Tool Box Commands
illustrate Simulink Modeling techniques
apply Image processing Tool Box Commands
apply Fuzzy Logic Tool Box Commands
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
develop mathematical model of electrical system, Electo-mechanical
system, active and passive electrical network etc.
develop mathematical model of Mechanical System, Fluid, Thermal and
Hydraulic Systems
analysis, Design and integration of dynamic systems.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain concepts of electrical circuits and networks
explain the need for circuit analysis
illustrate the techniques of circuit analysis
identify the mathematical tools for circuits & network analysis
develop models for circuit analysis using Pspice & MATLAB
design experiments for effective illustration of Pspice as teaching tool

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70.

CU70

Semiconductor Devices &


Solar PV Module

Anuradha De

26-09-2016

30-09-2016

71.

CU71

Laboratory & Workshop


Manual for Electrical,
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal
Sagarika Pal

26-09-2016

07-10-2016

72.

CU72

Teaching Control (Linear &


Nonlinear) Systems

Urmila Kar

17-10-2016

28-10-2016

73.

CU73

Industrial Automation using


PLC, DCS & SCADA

Sagarika Pal

24-10-2016

28-10-2016

74.

CU74

Laser & Image Processing

Anuradha De

24-10-2016

28-10-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


list different types of materials
explain the different properties of semiconductor like, electric & optical
list different types of semiconductor devices
describe the working principles of various semiconductor devices and
their applications
describe the principles of Solar module and identify its various
parameters
After completing the course the participant will be able to
choose experiments from the detailed curriculum
perform the experiments
record and analyze the experimental data
write the instruction manual for students
evaluate the laboratory performance of students
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
analyze content of Control systems course
identify learning outcomes of the course
develop taxonomy table for selected modules
select appropriate teaching strategies
select appropriate teaching techniques and aids
prepare lesson plan
practice delivery of instruction as per plan in simulated classroom
environment
After completing the course the participant will be able to
explain Conventional control techniques for industrial automation
describe complex controls such as ratio, cascade, feed forward etc.
develop programme on PLC and DCS for process automation
explain SCADA systems for various process control systems
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
acquaint with the basic principle of Laser, properties, characteristics,
various types of Laser, various applications & hazards
get knowledge on Laser Experiments & be familiar with the experiment
on image processing using laser
get knowledge about capturing of image and transferring the same to
the computer
process / analyze the image with image processing software

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Co-ordinator (s)

Date

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75.

CU75

Electrical Machines and


Drives

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal

21-11-2016

25-11-2016

76.

CU76

Applied Physics
experiments with / without
computer interfacing kit
for young Engineers and
Scientists

Anuradha De

21-11-2016

02-12-2016

77.

CU77

Renewable Energy Sources


and Emerging Technologies

Sheela Yadav Rai

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

78.

CU78

Modern Control & MATLAB


Simulation

Prasanta Sarkar

05-12-2016

16-12-2016

Application of MATLAB in
Electrical Engineering

Urmila Kar

19-12-2016

30-12-2016

Exposure on MATLAB

Anuradha De

26-12-2016

06-01-2017

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80.

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CU79

CU80

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


perform maintenance of transformers, DC motors, Induction Motors,
synchronous generators and electrical appliances
learn different drives for AC & DC Machine
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
perform some Applied Physics experiment and develop instructional
manual
use EXPeyes, an interfacing kit for Computer based experiments
write simple programme using Python software and perform
experiments
perform some experiments of Basic Physics / Electronics with computer
interfacing kit
set a new experiment using the interfacing kit
After attending the programme the participants will be able to:
understand Energy Sources and their utilization
explain Environmental aspects of electric energies generation
understand the scope of Solar Thermal Conversion and Solar
Photovoltaic system
describe about wind energy, Geothermal energy and Biomass
apply Non-conventional energies through various agencies viz.
WBREDA
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
understand State Variable Technique
apply State Variable Technique in Controller Design
apply MATLAB Control System Toolbox for simulation.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
solve simple problems using MATLAB programming
construct simple models using Simulink
analyze electrical engineering problems using MATLAB/ Simulink
simulate electrical systems using MATLAB/Simulink
explain the use of MATLAB/ Simulink in teaching Electrical Engineering
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
explain the different aspects of MATLAB & Simulink
apply MATLAB for mathematical calculations, graphics and numerical
analysis by developing different types of matlab files
develop experimental or mathematical models Simulink Toolboxes
develop simple GUI files& publish document

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81.

CU81

LABVIEW & MATLAB


Applications in Engineering

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal
Sagarika Pal

26-12-2016

06-01-2017

82.

CU82

Electrical Power System &


Protection

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal

09-01-2017

13-01-2017

83.

CU83

Power Electronics
Applications

Sheela Yadav Rai

16-01-2017

20-01-2017

84.

CU84

Advanced Control Systems


& MATLAB Simulation

Prasanta Sarkar

23-01-2017

03-02-2017

85.

CU85

Power System Analysis

Sheela Yadav Rai

06-02-2017

10-02-2017

86.

CU86

Sensors, Transducers &


Signal Conditioning

Sagarika Pal

06-02-2017

17-02-2017

87.

CU87

Power Generation from


Energy Resources

Sheela Yadav Rai

20-02-2017

24-02-2017

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After completing the course the participant will be able to


understand fundamentals of LABVIEW
implement LABVIEW applications in Engineering
illustrate applications of MATLAB in Engineerin
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
explain construction, operating principle, and applications of different
electrical machines
describe Per unit System and Fundamentals of Power Flow
describe Power System Stability
find Numerical Solution of Transient Stability
explain Power System Operation and Control
describe Power System Protection
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
understand various components of Power Electronics
explain Power device & converter
know voltage source Inverter
know current source Inverter
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
understand the Recent Trends in Automation & Control
use Modern Control Technique in controller design
use Robust Control Technique in controller design
implement Intelligent Control Techniques
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
describe the structure of Power System
understand the parameters of transmission line
represent power system components
know symmetrical & unsymmetrical faults
After completing the course the participant will be able to
define & classify sensors and transducers
measure different process parameters
design & implement signal conditioning circuit for different sensors
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
understand potential sources of conventional energies for power
generation
describe potential sources of non-conventional energies for power
generation
understand environmental aspects of power generation
appreciate about various power projects

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88.

CU88

Digital Control using


MATLAB

Prasanta Sarkar

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

89.

CU89

Basics of Thermal
Engineering (Thermal
Engineering I)

Rayapati Subbarao

04-04-2016

08-04-2016

90.

CU90

Arc Welding Process

Arpan Kumar
Mondal
Dipankar Bose

11-04-2016

22-04-2016

91.

CU91

Mechanical Measurements
and Control

Samiran Mandal

18-04-2016

22-04-2016

92.

CU92

Applications of Thermal
Engineering
(Thermal Engineering II)

Rayapati Subbarao

09-05-2016

13-05-2016

93.

CU93

Non-conventional
Machining Process

Dipankar Bose
Arpan Kumar
Mondal

16-05-2016

20-05-2016

94.

CU94

Programming and
Operations on CNC
Machines

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

23-05-2016

27-05-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


understand sampled data control system
design digital control system using both classical & modern control
techniques.
familiarize with MATLAB Control System Tool Box.
apply MATLAB for Control System Tool Box in Controller design &
simulation
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
paraphrase the basics of thermodynamics.
apply laws of thermodynamics in various problems.
appreciate more about entropy and the processes of perfect gases.
identify and analyze thermodynamic air cycles.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
analyze the principles of arc welding processes
classify different arc welding processes and their applications
perform independently various arc welding processes
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
explain the principles of measurement of physical quantities
explain the basic principles of control system.
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
interpret the working principle and features of steam engines, turbines
and condensers.
explain the basics of I.C. Engines and analyze the performance.
identify the functions of gas turbines.
assess various processes in a steam power plant.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
explain the utility of non-conventional machining processes
state working principles of different non-conventional machining
processes
practice on non-conventional machining process
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain CNC Technology.
develop programs in CNC machines
operate CNC machines

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95.

CU95

How to write Thesis or


Research Paper

Rayapati Subbarao

30-05-2016

03-06-2016

96.

CU96

AUTOCAD

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

06-06-2016

17-06-2016

97.

CU97

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal
Samiran Mandal

11-07-2016

22-07-2016

98.

CU98

Computer Numerical
Controlled Machines:
Constructional Features
and Programming
Turning, Milling & Drilling

Dipankar Bose
Samiran Mandal

18-07-2016

29-07-2016

99.

CU99

Introduction to Robotics

Samiran Mandal

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

100.

CU100

Advanced Manufacturing
System

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

101.

CU101

CFD in Turbomachinery

Rayapati Subbarao

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

102.

CU102

Collection and Analys of


Experimental Data in
Laboratory and Workshop

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

29-08-2016

02-09-2016

103.

CU103

Numerical Methods for


Fluid Dynamics

Kinsuk Giri

29-08-2016

02-09-2016

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:


describe the steps involved in writing a thesis.
identify the scope of a thesis.
construe the results in a better way.
derive conclusions from the plots and contours made.
discover the ways of writing a research paper.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
draw parts in 2D and 3D.
interpret sectional view of an engineering part.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
specify Turning centre and Machining Centre.
develop programs on CNC Vertical machining Centre.
operate machining Centre.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
state principles of turning , milling , drilling operations
perform turning ,milling operations in the workshop independently
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe the construction of industrial robots
explain the applications of industrial robots
assess the economic justification of robot
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
describe different types of automation in manufacturing.
measure performance of an Automated Manufacturing System
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
identify the basics of CFD.
apply fundamentals of CFD to various systems.
understand the basics of turbomachinery.
relate CFD to turbomachinery.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain Design of Experiment
develop Response surface
explain Analysis of Variance
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
get an overview of the trends in Numerical methods
use of finite element methods
get an overview of basic fluid dynamics
apply numerical methods to solve fluid dynamical equations

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Prog
Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

104.

CU104

Design and Modeling of


various thermal systems

Rayapati Subbarao

05-09-2016

09-09-2016

105.

CU105

Computer Aided Design

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

106.

CU106

TIG & MIG Welding


Process

Dipankar Bose
Arpan Kumar
Mondal

19-09-2016

30-09-2016

107.

CU107

Mechanical Engineering
Materials and Applications

Arpan Kumar
Mondal

24-10-2016

28-10-2016

108.

CU108

Developments in Power
Plants and Alternative Fuels

Rayapati Subbarao

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

109.

CU109

Engineering
Thermodynamics and its
Applications

Rayapati Subbarao

21-11-2016

25-11-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:


distinguish the working principles of various thermal systems.
discuss the basics of power plants, gas turbines and internal
combustion engines.
experience various design and modeling procedures.
model power plants or energy production devices.
prepare and model a thermal system of their choice.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
model a three dimensional part.
explain different steps of a design process
design an engineering part with commercial software
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain principles of TIG Welding
explain principles of MIG welding
do hands on practice on TIG and MIG welding
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
know various materials and their properties
state the application of engineering materials
perform the characterization of different engineering materials
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
understand the need and importance of alternative fuels in power
section.
recognize the necessity of newer fuels in transportation.
analyze alternative sources of energy.
explore the possibilities in making modifications to power plant
scenario.
investigate about various alternative fuels available.
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
paraphrase the basics of thermodynamics.
apply laws of thermodynamics in various problems.
interpret the working principle and features of steam engines, turbines
and condensers.
explain the basics of I.C. Engines and analyze the performance of gas
turbines.
review the processes of a steam power plant.

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Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

110.

CU110

CAD/CAM

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

28-11-2016

02-12-2016

111.

CU111

Development of Mechanical
Engineering Laboratory
Experiments & Instruction
Sheets

Samiran Mandal

28-11-2016

02-12-2016

112.

CU112

Theory and Practices of


Various Welding Processes

Arpan Kumar
Mondal
Dipankar Bose

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

113.

CU113

Statistics for Research

Samiran Mandal

12-12-2016

16-12-2016

114.

CU114

Manufacturing Process

Arpan Kumar
Mondal

19-12-2016

23-12-2016

115.

CU115

Fundamentals and
Applications of
Nanomaterials

Subrata Mondal

26-12-2016

30-12-2016

116.

CU116

Computations and
Optimization with MATLAB

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

26-12-2016

06-01-2017

117.

CU117

Theory and Practice on


Mechanical Testing of
Metals

Arpan Kumar
Mondal
Dipankar Bose

09-01-2017

20-01-2017

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Programme Objectives

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


define automation.
classify automation.
operate automated system.
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
classify the skills developed in laboratory
classify the laboratory experiments
develop laboratory experiments
prepare laboratory instruction sheets
evaluate laboratory skills
After attending the course the participants will be able to
classify various welding processes and their applications
understand the principles of various welding processes
perform independently various welding processes
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
use methods of descriptive statistics for analysis of research data
use of inferential statistics in research
design of experiments in experimental research
After attending the course the participants will be able to
explain the utility of different manufacturing processes
state working principles of various manufacturing processes
do hands on practice on manufacturing processes
After attending this program, the participants will be able to
explore the concept of nanotechnology.
describe the fundamental of nanoscale materials properties.
explain the various carbon based nanomaterials.
explore the applications of nanomaterials in various fields.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
fit curves with dependent and independent variables
write down MATLAB m-file and functions
optimise function using various gradient and non- gradient methods
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
know various testing methods
analyze the theory behind various mechanical testing methods
perform various mechanical testing for mechanical characterization of
metals

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Prog
Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

118.

CU118

Tool and Die Design

Samiran Mandal

16-01-2017

20-01-2017

119.

CU119

Engineering Materials and


Processes

Arpan Kumar
Mondal

30/01/2017

04/02/2017

120.

CU120

Skill Development in
Workshop and Laboratory

Arpan Kumar
Mondal
Dipankar Bose

06-02-2017

17-02-2017

121.

CU121

Power Plant Engineering

Rayapati Subbarao

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

122.

CU122

Modern Welding Methods

Dipankar Bose
Arpan Kumar
Mondal

20-03-2017

24-03-2017

123.

CU123

Automobile Engineering

Samiran Mandal

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

124.

CU124

Polymer Composites and


Nanocomposites

Subrata Mondal

09-05-2016

13-05-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


design cutting tools
design dies
design jigs and fixtures
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
understand the basics of engineering materials
know various engineering materials, their properties and applications
understand the processing of various engineering materials
state working principles of different materials processing methods
After attending the course the participants will be able to
state principles of turning , milling operations
perform turning, milling operations in the workshop independently
know the applications of turning, milling operations
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
acquire the knowledge of power plant layouts and their types.
analyze various power generation cycles.
appreciate the working of coal, nuclear and gas turbine power plants.
enlist sources of waste heat and identify the methods of heat recovery.
explain the constructional features of non conventional energy source
devices.
appreciate the economical and operational aspects of power plants.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
define different terms and concepts of the modern welding
state different laws and principles of Modern Welding methods
know the recent developments in the field of welding
After attending the course the participants will be able to
classify the Automobiles
describe the construction of Automobiles
explain the principle of working of different subsystems of Automobiles.
After attending this program, participants will be able to
explain the fundamental of nanotechnology.
compare the micro fillers and nano fillers.
explore the fundamental of composites and nano-composites.
compare the properties of composites and nanocomposites.
explore the applications of composites and nano-composites.

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Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

Programme Objectives

125.

CU125

Laboratory practice in
Chemistry and
Petrochemical Testing

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

30-05-2016

10-06-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to gain and
develop
knowledge of modern principles of laboratory experimentation in n
chemistry and petrochemical testing,
skill of handling conventional and modern sophisticated equipment,
preparation of laboratory instruction sheets, interpreting experimental
results, providing laboratory instruction such as to develop in enquiring
attitude among students, preparing related test reports, related
engineering /environmental,
attitude of hands-on-working in the laboratory/field.

126.

CU126

Drinking Water,
Adulteration of Food and
Health

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

20-06-2016

01-07-2016

127.

CU127

Membranes for Water


Treatment: Challenges and
Opportunities

Subrata Mondal

11-07-2016

15-07-2016

128.

CU128

Water Quality, Purification


and Health

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

01-08-2016

12-08-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire


knowledge of basic concept of drinking water, sampling, preservation,
analysis, interpretation of result, national and international standards and
adulteration of food, Water Contaminants monitoring, control
and impacts on health, treatment techniques for production of safe
drinking water
skill of handling equipment, performing experiments, interpreting results,
preparing test report, providing laboratory instructions to develop inquiring
attitude among the student and evaluation of laboratory performance in
related to water analysis/treatment laboratory,
attitude of hand-on working in the laboratory/field
After attending this program, the participants will be able to
explain the fundamental of membrane separations.
identify the various type of membranes.
describe the waste water treatment using environmental friendly membrane
technology.
explore the challenges in the membrane technology for waste water
treatment.
describe the membrane fouling and its control in the membrane separation.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire
knowledge of different water quality parameters of drinking water,
sampling, preservation, analysis, interpretation of result and human health,
different water purification system
skill of handling equipment, performing experiments, interpreting results,
preparing test report, providing laboratory instructions to develop inquiring
attitude among the student and evaluation of laboratory performance in
related to water analysis/treatment laboratory,
attitude of hand-on working in the laboratory/field

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Prog
Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

129.

CU129

Functional Textiles and


Protections

Subrata Mondal

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

130.

CU130

Instruments to Measure Air


and Water quality

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

26-09-2016

07-10-2016

131.

CU131

Engineering Chemistry
experiments and Safety

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

31-10-2016

04-11-2016

132.

CU132

Waste Water Treatment:


Pollution Control and Reuse

Subrata Mondal

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

133.

CU133

Operation and Maintenance


of different Water and
Petrochemical Testing Kits

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

09-01-2017

20-01-2017

134.

CU134

Linear Algebra and


Differential Equations

Kinsuk Giri

13-02-2017

17-02-2017

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending this program, the participants will be able to


explore the concept of functional textiles.
describe the heat and moisture management in clothing.
describe the UV blocking textiles.
explore the applications of textiles in the medical fields.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire
knowledge of different measuring device of Air and Water quality
skill of handling different device, performing experiments, interpreting
results, preparing test report, providing laboratory instructions to develop
inquiring attitude among the student and evaluation of laboratory
performance in related to water and petrochemical testing laboratory,
attitude of hand-on working in the laboratory/field
After attending this program, the participants will be able to knowledge of
modern techniques used in chemistry laboratory experimentation safety,
skill of handling conventional and modern sophisticated equipment,
preparation of laboratory instruction sheets, interpreting experimental
results, providing laboratory instruction such as to develop in enquiring
attitude among students, preparing related test reports, related engineering
/environmental,
attitude of hands-on-working in the laboratory/field.
After attending this program, the participants will be able to
explain the various techniques to characterize waste water.
evaluate the characteristics of various industrials waste water.
explain the waste water treatment using low cost adsorbents and nano
sized adsorbents.
describe the waste water treatment using membrane technology.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire
knowledge of operation and maintenance of different water and
petrochemical testing kits
skill of handling different kit, performing experiments, interpreting results,
preparing test report, providing laboratory instructions to develop inquiring
attitude among the student and evaluation of laboratory performance in
related to water and petrochemical testing laboratory,
attitude of hand-on working in the laboratory/field
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
get the general ideas of ordinary differential equations and linear systems
digest the idea of vector spaces, subspaces, span, linear independence and
dependence, bases and dimension
solve different kind of differential equations and understand the different
kinds of solutions

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Prog
Code
MGT01

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Programme Title

Date
From

To

Week

II. MANAGEMENT (MGT)

Institutional Management
in Technical Education
Perspective

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

18-04-2016

22-04-2016

136.

MGT02

Human Resource
Management-Technical
Education Perspective

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

20-06-2016

24-06-2016

137.

MGT03

Laboratory
Management

Subrata Mondal

20-06-2016

24-06-2016

138.

MGT04

Awareness on EHS and


ISO 14001

Sekhar
Chakraborty

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

139.

MGT05

Problem
Solving
Decision Making

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

140.

MGT06

Research Methodology in
Management

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

12-12-2016

16-12-2016

141.

MGT07

Occupational Health &


Safety
Management,
OHSAS :1801

Sekhar
Chakraborty
Tushar Kanti Dey

20-02-2017

24-02-2017

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Safety

&

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify the components of institutional management
apply the components of institutional management
apply some management tools for institutional management
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
discuss the components of HRM
apply the components of HRM
identify the functions of HR Manager
After attending this program, participants will be able to
explain the proper housekeeping in the laboratory area.
identify the personal protective equipment for laboratory works.
evaluate the risk assessment of hazardous laboratory works.
demonstrate the compressed air safety management.
explore the hazardous waste management in the laboratory.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
describe important aspects of EHS
identify various aspects of EHS in environmental management
identify various tests practiced for monitoring purposes
interpret test results with given situation
understand the basic tenets of ISO 14001 environmental standards
develop a plan of action for maintaining environment in organizational life
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify different phases in problem solving
apply different phases of problem solving
analyze different situation for taking decision
apply systematic approaches for taking effective decision
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify the components of research
develop research proposal
analyze research data
develop research report
After attending the course the participants will be able to
aware about various hazards and accidents at sites
take necessary precaution to be taken
able to manage health & safety of the workers in their concerned
organization

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Prog
Code

Programme Title

Date

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

142.

PS01

Formulation
of
Operational
Plan
for
MHRD Sponsored PWD
Scheme

Sheela Yadav Rai

25-04-2016

29-04-2016

143.

PS02

Leadership
&
Team
Building in academia

Habiba Hussain

06-06-2016

17-06-2016

144.

PS03

Understanding Accounts
and
its
proper
maintenance for effective
financial control

Sailendra Nath
Mandal
Chanchal Kumar
Mitra

13-06-2016

17-06-2016

145.

PS04

Institutional
Development

Sekhar
Chakraborty

20-06-2016

01-07-2016

146.

PS05

Effective Teaching

Habiba Hussain

18-07-2016

29-07-2016

147.

PS06

Role
of
Technical
Institutions
in
Community Development

Sheela Yadav Rai

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


understand the activities of PWD Scheme
prepare Operational Plan of PWD Scheme
maintain accounts of PWD Scheme
collaborate with other organization for effective implementation of the
scheme
discuss the Physical Achievement Report
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
analyse the leadership attributes of teachers
identify teacher's role as a leader in the classroom
develop learning team in the classroom
apply strategies for effective classroom management
After attending the Programme the participant will able to understand
basic of accounts and accounting principal
the art of recording, classifying and summarizing the transactions
how to prepare financial and economic information after occurrence of any
financial transaction relating to the entity
how to keep the financial records in a regular and most systematic manner
in taking economic decisions by the authorities.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify different aspects of institutional development
develop a process and systems approach to institutional development
undertake a gap analysis of the institutional development
develop a plan of action for implementation
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
analyse the components of effective teaching
plan instruction
apply appropriate instructional strategy
monitor students learning
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain the various community Development programme
implement various Schemes
explain the role of Technical Institutions
conduct the need Analysis Survey

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Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

Programme Objectives

148.

PS07

Microteaching for
improving teaching skills

Habiba Hussain

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


correlate classroom teaching & microteaching
classify teaching skill
practice a few skills of teaching in simulated environment
reflect upon their teaching for further improvement

149.

PS08

Development and
Implementation of Staff
Training Programme for
Polytechnic Teachers

Sekhar
Chakraborty

29-08-2016

02-09-2016

150.

PS09

Procurement and custody


of Goods and Services

Sailendra Nath
Mandal
Chanchal Kumar
Mitra

05-09-2016

09-09-2016

151.

PS10

Quality Improvement in
Institutional Activities

Sekhar
Chakraborty

19-09-2016

30-09-2016

152.

PS11

Action Research

Habiba Hussain

26-09-2016

30-09-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


identify the importance of training activity in the context of HRD in the
changing scenario.
conduct needs assessment among fellow colleagues
enlist various role dimensions of a trainer.
get acquainted with various training methods on the basis of types of
learning.
develop step-by-step approach towards planning and implementing a
training program.
get acquainted with methodology for evaluation of the effectiveness of a
training program.
After attending the programme the participant will be able to understand
regulation of public procurement
the objectives of ensuring transparency, accountability and probity in the
procurement process
fair and equitable treatment of bidder promoting competition
efficiency and economy maintaining integrity and public confidence in the
procurement process
about the inventory management i.e. Custody of goods and its periodical
verification
about the management of contracts
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify the quality parameters in institutional activities
explain principles underlying QMS
explain fundamentals of TQM
use basic management tools for day to day problem solving
develop a strategic plan for quality improvement in polytechnic
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explore principles of action research
explain the steps in action research
develop a research proposal

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Prog
Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

Programme Objectives

153.

PS12

Pedagogy of Teaching
Mathematics

Kinsuk Giri

24-10-2016

28-10-2016

154.

PS13

Essentials of Outcome
based Education

Habiba Hussain

21-11-2016

25-11-2016

155.

PS14

Outcome based
Assessment

Habiba Hussain

19-12-2016

23-12-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


explore basic principles of assessment
distinguish between traditional & outcome based assessment
review existing criteria of assessment
design tool for measuring learning outcome

156.

PS15

Making Educational Video


Films

19-12-2016

30-12-2016

157.

PS16

Soft Skills for Teachers

Sekhar
Chakraborty
Yagamay Das
Prashanta Pal
Habiba Hussain

09-01-2017

20-01-2017

158.

PS17

Effective Training

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

13-02-2017

17-02-2017

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


explain the components of educational video
write ETV scripts
develop educational video film for use in teaching-learning sessions
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify the individual differences among students
manage classroom behavior
identify the components of classroom communication
relate communication with motivational function of a teacher
improve classroom interaction
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify different phases of training
explain training cycle
apply methodologies for implementing training
evaluate training programme with appropriate models

NITTTR, Kolkata

After attending the program, the participants will be able to


state the objectives of teaching mathematics
design tools required for teaching various mathematical principles
explain the use of learning aids in teaching mathematics
explain the meaning of students achievement in mathematics
construct well balanced question paper
plan to teach concepts, problem solving, proofs, a full fledged lesson in
mathematics
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
analyse the components of OBE
review existing course of study
describe OBE paradigm
identify key issues in implementing OBE

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Code

Programme Title

From

To

Urmila Kar

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

159.

PS18

Assessment
Outcome
Education

160.

PS19

Developing Instructional
Media

Sekhar
Chakraborty

20-03-2017

24-03-2017

161.

PS20

Community Development
through
Technical
Institutes

Sheela Yadav Rai

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

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Tools for
Based

Date

Week

Sl.
No

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


identify features of Outcome Based Education (OBE)
explain the approach of developing Outcome Based Curriculum(OBC)
explain the need for assessment tools
identify assessment tools for OBE
identify issues related to effective assessment in OBE
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain the essential components related to design of instructional media
use instructional media effectively in teaching-learning activities
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain about the various community Development programme
understand the various Schemes
identify the need
conduct the need Analysis Survey
form self-help group

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Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

IV. SPECIAL PROGRAMME

1.

SPL01

MATLAB and Its Applications

May June, 2016

2.

SPL02

September October, 2016

3.

SPL03

Students Counseling and


Classroom Teaching
Training to the Farmers on
Agriculture (different areas) for the
State of West Bengal

4.

SPL04

5.
6.

SPL05
SPL06

Induction Training
(Phase-III) for the State of Odisha
Teaching Methodology
Outcome Based Education and
Accreditation*

Uday Chand Kumar

Date and Venue will be intimated in


consultantation with Gram Pradhan (Gram)
Sabhapati (Block) Sabhadhipati (Zilla Parishad).
there will be numbers of such Programme
Note: duration of the programme may be 1 to 5
days (Maximum) depending on the training
needs of the Farmers, TA/DA & Fooding &
Lodging will be borned by the NITTTR, Kolkata.

Habiba Hussain
Urmila Kar
Habiba Hussain
Urmila Kar

04-04-2016

14-04-2016

16-05-2016
27-06-2016

20-05-2016
08-07-2016

1
2

Venue

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Port


Blair, Andaman & Nicobar Island
NITTTR, Kolkata

NITTTR, Kolkata
Womens Polytechnic, Aizawl, Mizoram
Govt. College of Engineering &
Technology, Serampore, Hooghly

* For faculty members of all Govt. Engineering Colleges of West Bengal.

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B.

E-LEARNING PROGRAMME (ON-LINE PROGRAMME DELIVERY THROUGH ICT MODE):

Government of India has approved two projects National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NME-ICT) (mission
document at www.sakshat.ac.in) and the National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) in order to leverage the potential of ICT in
providing high quality personalized and interactive knowledge modules over the internet to offer short term training programm es in cutting edge
technologies for the faculty of polytechnics and engineering colleges. In order to assist the Government in realizing the goals of these two Missions,
NITTTR, Kolkata has decided to offer programmes throughout 2015-2015. A list of the training programmes the Institute proposes to offer through ICT
Mode is provided below:
Prog Code

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Programme Title

From

To

Dipankar Bose

09-05-2016

13-05-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


describe various elements of oil powered hydraulic systems
Iilustrate working principles of air powered pneumatic systems
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to
paraphrase the basics of thermodynamics.
apply laws of thermodynamics in various problems.
appreciate more about entropy and the processes of perfect gases.
identify and analyze thermodynamic air cycles.
familiarize the basics of fuels and combustion.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
explain basic concepts of Geotechnical Engineering and its applicability in
Civil engineering
apply these concepts to solve practical problems
impart acquired knowledge to students in a systematic manner
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
describe different components of strategic management
apply different components of strategic management in their field of work
identify tools used in strategic management
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
Know the history and evolution of reinforced concrete design
Identify the principles underlying the limit state method of reinforced
concrete design
Understand the fundamental aspects for design under flexure, shear and
compression with reference to earthquake resistant design
Be familiar to a computer software for design of RC structural elements

1.

ICT01

Hydraulics
Pneumatics

2.

ICT02

Engineering
Thermodynamics

Rayapati
Subbarao

18-07-2016

22-07-2016

3.

ICT03

Concept Teaching in
Soil Mechanics

Jagat Jyoti
Mandal

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

4.

ICT04

Strategic
Management

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

5.

ICT05

Fundamentals of Limit
State
Method
of
Design
of
RC
Structures
with
Special Emphasis on
Earthquake
Resistance

Santanu Bhanja

29-09-2016

02-09-2016

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Date

Week

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Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal
Sagarika Pal

05-09-2016

09-09-2016

Environmental
Pollution and Health
Hazards

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

ICT08

Teaching on
structural analysis
and Introduction to
FEM

Mithu Dey

15-11-2016

19-11-2016

9.

ICT09

Rural Engineering

Uday Chand
Kumar

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


identify the need of the village people.
describe the rain water harvesting.
describe the need of sanitation.
understand the different scheme of government.

10.

ICT10

Renewable Energy
Sources and
Emerging
Technologies

Sheela Yadav Rai

12-12-2016

16-12-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to:


understand Energy Sources and their utilization
explain Environmental aspects of electric energies generation
understand the scope of Solar Thermal Conversion and Solar Photovoltaic
system
describe about wind energy, Geothermal energy and Biomass
apply Non-conventional energies through various agencies viz. WBREDA

Prog Code

Programme Title

6.

ICT06

Laboratory Instruction

7.

ICT07

8.

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After completing the course the participant will be able to


choose experiments from the detailed curriculum
perform the experiments
record and analyze the experimental data
write the instruction manual for the students
evaluate the laboratory performance of students
After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire
knowledge of basic Air quality, Drinking Water quality, Wastewater,
construction water, Noise Quality, Intensity of light and impact of each
quality parameter on human health,
skill of handling conventional & modern sophisticated equipment,
performing related experiments in the laboratory, interpreting
experimental results, preparing related test-reports with
remarks/comments (if any),
attitude of hand-on working
After attending the program, participants are expected to be able to
know the different teaching technique
explain the different methods of structural analysis
analyse the structures with the FEM

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Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

11.

ICT11
(BBSR)

Advanced Process
Control

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

09-01-2017

13-01-2017

12.

ICT12

Optical Fibre & Laser:


Principles &
Applications

Anuradha De

16-01-2017

20-01-2017

13.

ICT13

Safety Management
in Chemical
Laboratory

Subrata Mondal

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

14.

ICT14

Control & Automation

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal
Sagarika Pal

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

15.

ICT15

Design and
Implementation of
Outcome Based
Curriculum

Urmila Kar

20-03-2017

24-03-2017

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Programme Objectives

After attending the course the participants will be able to


familiar with closed loop control system
design the conventional complex control system like ratio, cascade, feed
forward, selective, override control etc.
apply the control system in distillation column in industry
know the architecture and operation of PLC
implement the PLC in DCS and SCADA for advanced process control
system
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
identify the principles of optical fibre, Types, Advantages, Disadvantages,
Attenuation & Dispersion
acquire knowledge about the basic principle of Laser, Properties, Types,
characteristics and related hazards
acquire an in-depth knowledge about various applications of laser with /
without optical fibre
state the various technologies used in optical communication with optical
fibre with laser
After attending this program, the participants will be able to
explain the safety management in the chemical laboratory.
evaluate the risk assessment in the chemical laboratory.
demonstrate the fire safety management in the chemical laboratory.
explore the waste management in the chemical laboratory.
After completing the course the participant will be able to
explain Conventional and complex control techniques for industrial
automation
apply microprocessor and microcontroller for process automation
apply PLC and DCS for various control systems
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify features of Outcome Based Education(OBE)
explain the approach of developing Outcome Based
Curriculum(OBC)
identify assessment tools for OBE
identify issues related to effective assessment in OBE

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Prog Code

Programme Title

ICT16

Indian
Electricity
Rules and Code of
Practices

16.

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Prasanta Sarkar

Date

From

To

Week

Sl.
No

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


familiarize with Indian Electricity Act & Rules
familiarize with National Electric Code
use codes & standard followed in electrical Installation
understand safe working regulation for Electrical Installation

PROCEDURE:

The proposed programmes will be hosted in the Institutes website along with the dates of their commencement. Any technical institute can select the
programme it wants to participate and write directly to NITTTR, Kolkata for the programme and its date of commencement. In order to participate in
the e-Learning programme an Institute should have the following accessories as given in the next page.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ICT BASED TRAINING PROGRAMME:

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3.
4.
5.
6.

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Participating Institutes should ensure that ICT/e-class room is available and equipped with necessary hardware and software components and
inform the status to NITTTR, Kolkata well in advance (minimum 45 days before)
Minimum 75% attendance for each session is required for obtaining certificates
Attendance sheet has to be certified by the co-ordinator/Head of the Institute
After completion of the ICT based programme, all relevant documents (hard copies) such as, registration sheet, attendance she et, feedback
form etc., should be sent to NITTTR, Kolkata for further action
Provision of Tea & Snacks and Working Lunch (as per NITTTR, Kolkata norms) will be made to the participants
For any further clarification, kindly contact the programme co-ordinator of NITTTR, Kolkata

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1.

Workstation / PC

2.

LCD Displays

3.
4.

5.
6.
7.
8.

Item

Camera
Long
cable
to
connect
Camera
and PC
Audio Mixer
Microphone
Speakers
Long VGA Cables

9.
10.
11.

Keyboard
Mouse
DVI-VGA
Convertors

12.

Audio
Cable
&
Connectors
Digital Writing Pad
/Notepad

13.

Configuration

Quantity

2 GB RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, Windows XP / Vista /


Windows 7 OS, video capture cards
If single display mode: 1 desktop monitor could be used.
If multi display mode: Projector (Dell LCD Projector Model
1209)/Big LCD TV (42 recommended) could be used.
Note: Projectors should be connected to UPS
Web Camera / Handy Camera

Yamaha MG-102 Mixer


Professional Mike / headphone Mike according to the audience
Professional speaker / Head Phone
Length depends on the distance between PC and displays.
Should be VGA male and Female connectors

Remarks

Can support up to four displays (1 graphics card has two outs)

As per the
availability (14)

TVs can have both wall mount and stand facilities

1
1

It would be better to have a tripod if using Handy Camera


Cable depends on the output port of camera

1
As per the need
As per the need
1-4

If professional Mike and speaker is being used


According to the user, you can have cordless or collar mike
According to the audience at teacher side
To connect displays to the PC (If PC is far away from the
displays)

According to the input / output ports

1
1
0-4 (depends
on the video
card(s) of the
PC)
As needed

iBall Take Note Premium A4

Optional

To support 4 displays, 2 graphics cards are needed, one can


support 2 outs

If PCs video card (s) has DVI out for displays. For taking video
output from PC to displays.

To connect microphone and speakers to the mixer


For writing on whiteboard of A-VIEW (instead of mouse)

The approximate value in monetary terms of the equipment/accessories excluding the computer and the internet connection would be around Rs. 2.00 to Rs. 3.00
Lakh

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STATE LEVEL SHORT TERM TRAINING PROGRAMMES AT EXTENSION CENTERS

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Co-ordinator (s)

Date
From

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Week

Venue: NITTTR Kolkata Extension Centre BHUBANESWAR


Prog Code

Programme Title

1.

BBSR01

PLC, LABVIEW and its


applications

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

04-04-2016

2.

BBSR02

Control Systems Analysis & Design


using MATLAB

Prasanta Sarkar

11-04-2016

15-04-2016

3.

BBSR03

Institutional
Development

Sekhar
Chakraborty

18-04-2016

22-04-2016

4.

BBSR04

Disaster Management

Uday Chand
Kumar

25-04-2016

29-04-2016

5.

BBSR05

Medical
Instrumentation

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

02-05-2016

06-05-2016

NITTTR, Kolkata

08-04-2016

Programme Objectives
After attending the course the participants will be able to
familiar with the architecture of PLC system.
understand the working principle of PLC
describe and develop interfacing of input output devices with PLC
write and run PLC programme on a PLC system
implement the PLC and Lab View in Measurement & Control System and its
trouble shooting apply PLC in DCS.
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
model Physical Systems
analyze in Time & frequency domain features
determine Input Output Stability
design Controller
apply MATLAB Control System Toolbox in simulation
The Training will enable the participant to
identify components of institutional development
relate institutional developmental issues with quality dimensions
develop a process approach towards development of institution
undertake gap analysis prevailing in the institution
prepare an action plan for developing the institution in view of practical
constraints
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
define disaster
describe different types of disaster
describe types of safety require before disaster
take remedial action after disaster.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
understand Cells, Digestive System, Excretory System, Endocrinology
describe Origins of electro-physiological signal and their characteristics
design practical clinical sensors and transducers
understand the operation of X-ray, Fluoroscopy and Radiography, Pacemaker,
Magnetic Resonance Imaging etc.
explain Electric shock hazards and safety devices

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6.

Prog Code

BBSR06

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date
From

To

Week

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Physics of Materials

Anuradha De

09-05-2016

13-05-2016

7.

BBSR07

Software Application
in Analysis and
Design of Multi
Storied RCC Buildings

Santanu Bhanja

16-05-2016

20-05-2016

8.

BBSR08

Understanding
Accounts,
Procurement of
Goods and
occupational health

Sailendra Nath
Mandal
Chanchal Kr. Mitra

23-05-2016

27-05-2016

9.

BBSR09

Rural Engineering

Uday Chand
Kumar

06-06-2016

10-06-2016

10.

BBSR10

Advanced Process
Control &
Instrumentation
System

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

13-06-2016

17-06-2016

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Programme Objectives
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
list different types of materials
analyze the fundamentals of crystal structure, deformations and various
related applications
identify the different properties of materials like, electric, magnetic, & optical
properties
state the functions of various devices based on the different properties of
materials
record relevant information related to various experiments through field visit.
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
be acquainted with the basic methodology of software application in structures
acquire the fundamentals of analysis and design of RC buildings
Participants will be awarded a complete unlimited licensed version of STAAD.Pro v8i
& Staad.foundation Advanced v8i for personal use on their PCs for full one year for
academic purpose
After attending the Programme, the participant will be able to understand
about occupational health hazards in upkeep and maintaining office records
basic of accounts and accounting principal
regulation of public procurement
the objectives of ensuring transparency, accountability and probity in the
procurement process
about the inventory management i.e. Custody of goods and its periodical
verification
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
identify the need of the village people.
describe the rain water harvesting.
describe the need of sanitation.
understand the different scheme of government.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
familiar with closed loop control system
understand the pressure, Temperature, Flow & Level Measurement system
know hazardous area classification
utilize the electrical instruments in hazardous area in process plant
design the conventional complex control system like ratio, cascade, feed
forward, selective, override etc.
apply the control system in distillation column in industry
know the fundamental of PLC, DCS and SCADA

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Co-ordinator (s)

Programme Title

Date
From

To

Week

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11.

BBSR11

Induction Training

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

11-07-2016

15-07-2016

12.

BBSR12

Construction
Management

Uday Chand
Kumar

18-07-2016

22-07-2016

13.

BBSR13

Introduction
800-2007

Mithu Dey

25-07-2016

29-07-2016

14.

BBSR14

Design and
Implementation of
Technical Curricula in
Recent Perspective.

Urmila Kar
Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

15.

BBSR15

DC Machines &
Transformers

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

16.

BBSR16

Watershed
Management

Uday Chand
Kumar

29-08-2016

02-09-2016

to

IS

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives
After attending the course the participants will be able to understand the
concept of Teaching Learning
roll of a Teacher
instructional Objectives & Lesson Planning
classroom Motivation
measurement & Evaluation
instructional Media & Computer Assisted Instruction(CAI)
laboratory Development, Instruction & Evaluation
construction of Test ITEMS
design and Development of Projects for Students
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
explain the processes involve in construction management.
carry out planning & scheduling techniques.
maintain communication within the hierarc
After attending the program, participants are expected to be able to
appreciate the understanding principles on plastic analysis of Steel structures.
design the different structural elements as per new codes:
familiar with the new code IS 800 : 2007
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain the concepts of curriculum development
discuss various approaches of curriculum design
identify the curriculum components needed for technical courses.
identify implementation issues in need-based curriculum.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
understand the working principle, operation and maintenance of the following
machines
DC Generator, DC Motor, Transformer, Stepper Motor, Brush less Motor
classify the Hazardous areas in Industries for selecting the machines in
operation
familiar with the source of ignition in Industries.
explain the Electrical Protection system used in Hazardous area.
know the ingress protection.
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
define the watershed
describe the need of soil conservation.
Identify the different structure of water harvesting

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Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date
From

To

Week

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17.

BBSR17

Power Generation
from Energy
Resources

Sheela Yadav Rai

05-09-2016

09-09-2016

18.

BBSR18

Sensors, Transducers
& Actuators

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

19.

BBSR19

Project Management

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

03-10-2016

07-10-2016

20.

BBSR20

MATLAB Application
in Engineering

Sagarika Pal

17-10-2016

21-10-2016

21.

BBSR21

Real Estate
Management

Uday Chand
Kumar

24-10-2016

28-10-2016

22.

BBSR22

Intellegent Search
Techniques

Samir Roy

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

23.

BBSR23

Laboratory
Development

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

21-11-2016

25-11-2016

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Programme Objectives
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
understand potential sources of conventional energies for power generation
describe potential sources of non-conventional energies for power generation
understand environmental aspects of power generation
appreciate about various power projects
After attending the course the participants will be able to
classify the Different types of Transducers & Actuators used in Industry.
familiar with the overview of measurement system and selection of instruments
understand fundamental of pressure, flow, temperature, level, velocity,
acceleration, vibration, position, displacement measuring transducers used in
process industries.
apply the Transducers Actuators in process Control Systems.
know the concept of Intrinsic safety instruments
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
Identify the components of project
apply tools used for managing projects
apply appropriate software for managing projects
After completing the course the participant will be able to
use MATLAB commands
apply Control System Tool Box Commands
illustrate Simulink Modeling techniques
apply Image processing Tool Box Commands
apply Fuzzy Logic Tool Box Commands
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe Real Estate management
explain different types of Building
explain Real Estate Economy
carry out Real Estate marketing
describe Real Estate Related laws
After completing the course the participant will be able to
design intelligent search for problem solving
implement intelligent search for problem solving
explain intelligent search for problem solving
After attending the course the participants will be able to
familiar with the Laboratory Experiments as per curriculum
prepare the list of equipment for the laboratory
design and Develop the Laboratory Experiments
develop the Laboratory Instruction
understand the method of Laboratory Evaluation

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Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date
From

To

Week

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Programme Objectives
After attending the course the participants will be able to
understand the fundamental of Mechatronic System
understand Mechatronics and Mechatronic System Dynamics.
application of Sensors & Transducers in Mechatronics & Robotics
design the conventional complex control system like ratio, feed forward,
selective control etc.
use of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Lab View for Mechatronics
system Application.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
explain basic concepts of soil mechanics
comprehend the principles of evaluating the physical and strength parameters
of soil
comprehend the principles of evaluating the compaction and consolidation
characteristics of soil
impart acquired knowledge to students in a systematic manner
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
paraphrase the basics of thermodynamics.
apply laws of thermodynamics in various problems.
appreciate more about entropy and the processes of perfect gases.
identify and analyze thermodynamic air cycles.
familiarize the basics of fuels and combustion.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire
knowledge of basic concept of Air quality, Drinking Water quality, Wastewater,
construction water, Noise Quality, Intensity of light and impact of each quality
parameter on human health,
skill of handling some kit, performing related experiments, interpreting
experimental results, preparing related test-reports with remarks/comments (if
any),
attitude of hand-on working in the laboratory/field

24.

BBSR24

Mechatronics &
Automation

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

28-11-2016

02-12-2016

25.

BBSR25

Fundamental
Concepts of
Geotechnical
Engineering

Jagat Jyoti
Mandal

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

26.

BBSR26

Engineering
Thermodynamics

Rayapati
Subbarao

19-12-2016

23-12-2016

27.

BBSR27

Causes and effects of


Environmental
Pollution

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

26-12-2016

30-12-2012

28.

BBSR28

Numerical Methods
for Fluid Dynamics

Kinsuk Giri

02-01-2017

06-01-2017

After attending the program, the participants will be able to


get an overview of the trends in Numerical methods
use of finite element methods
get an overview of basic fluid dynamics
apply numerical methods to solve fluid dynamical equations

29.

BBSR29

Intelligent Textile
Materials

Subrata Mondal

09-01-2017

13-01-2017

After attending this program, the participants will be able to


explain the concept of intelligent materials and systems.
describe the phase change materials and its applications in textile fields.
explore the shape memory polymers and its applications in textiles.
describe the conductive materials for the textile applications.
explore the intelligent textiles for space, defences.

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Prog Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date
From

To

Week

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Programme Objectives
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
describe different components of strategic management
apply different components of strategic management in their field of work
identify tools used in strategic management
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
analyze the content for teaching
prepare the lesson plans
prepare questions on the content for evaluation of student performance
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe different type of waste
identify the importance of waste management
describe the types of waste generated in the society
identify hazards waste
identify needs of sanitation
identify need of Swachhatha Abhiyan
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
understand the use of software in Seismic Analysis of RC Buildings
be familiar with static and Dynamic analysis as per Indian Standards
appreciate the underlying principles of earthquake resistant design
be familiar with the relevant clauses of IS:1893 and IS:13920
Parti cipants will be awarded a complete unlimited licenced version of STAAD.Pro v8i
& Staad.foundation Advanced v8i for personal use on their PCs for full one year for
academic purpose

30.

BBSR30

Strategic
Management

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

16-01-2017

20-01-2017

31.

BBSR31

Lesson Planning

Samiran Mandal

30-01-2017

03-02-2017

32.

BBSR32

Solid Waste from the


Society &
Environmental
Sanitation

Uday Chand
Kumar

06-02-2017

10-02-2017

33.

BBSR33

Application of
Software in Seismic
Resistant Structural
Analysis and Design

Santanu Bhanja

13-02-2017

17-02-2017

34.

BBSR34

Introduction to
Cryptography

Indrajit Saha

20-02-2017

24-02-2017

After attending the program, the participants will be able to


describe the fundamentals of Cryptography
demonstrate how to maintain the privacy of computer data
explain cryptography in classroom

35.

BBSR35

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

36.

BBSR36

Skill Developments in
Laboratory and
Workshops
Surveying by Total
Station

Jagat Jyoti
Mandal
Tushar Kanti Dey

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


acquire Different types of employable skills.
assess the performance of learner.
After attending the course the participants will be able to
introduced to Total Station
understand the processes involved in operating Total Station
carry out traversing using Total Station

37.

BBSR37

Fluid Mechanics &


Fluid Machines

Dipankar Bose

20-03-2017

24-3-2017

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After attending the programme the participants will be able to


define different terms and concepts of fluid mechanics
state different laws and principles
judge students problem solving capabilities
explain working principles of various fluid machines

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38.

52

Prog Code

BBSR38

Programme Title

Introduction to elearning

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Rajeev Chatterjee

Date
From

To

Week

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives
After going through this programme the participants will be able to
explain the concept of e-learning
explain synchronous and asynchronous e-learning models
explain the various standards available for e-learning
explain the basis terminologies such as Learning Objects, sharable Content
Objects, SCORM
explain and demonstrate ADDIE Model of ISD
demonstrate the various concept of e-content, LMS, interactive Multimedia
Presentation
develop e-content chunks/learning object in their own subject domain.

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(ii)

For participants from Technical Institutions in North East States only

Venue: NITTTR Kolkata Extension Centre GUWAHATI


Prog
Code

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Date
From

To

Week

Sl.
No

1.

GUW01

Automata, Languages and


Computation

Samir Roy

04-04-2016

08-04-2016

2.

GUW02

CAD for Digital Electronics

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal

18-04-2016

22-04-2016

3.

GUW03

Welding processes &


Physics of Welding

Arpan Kumar
Mondal

02-05-2016

06-05-2016

4.

GUW04

Development and
Implementation of Staff
Training Programme for
Polytechnic Teachers

Sekhar Chakraborty

09-05-2016

13-05-2016

5.

GUW05

MATLAB Application in
Engineering

Sagarika Pal

23-05-2016

27-05-2016

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Programme Objectives

After completing the course the participant will be able to


Apply Formal Languages and Automata in computation
Implement Formal Languages and Automata in software
Explain Formal Languages and Automata in classroom
After completing the course the participant will be able to
Use MATLAB commands
Apply Control System Tool Box Commands
Illustrate Simulink Modeling techniques
Apply Image processing Tool Box Commands
Apply Fuzzy Logic Tool Box Commands
After attending the course the participants will be able to
State different laws and principles of welding
Explain working principles of various welding methods
Understand the physics of welding
The Training will enable the participant to
Identify the importance of training activity in the context of HRD in the
changing scenario.
Conduct needs assessment among fellow colleagues
Enlist various role dimensions of a trainer.
Get acquainted with various training methods on the basis of types of
learning.
Develop step-by-step approach towards planning and implementing a
training program.
Get acquainted with methodology for evaluation of the effectiveness of
a training program.
After completing the course the participant will be able to
Use MATLAB commands
Apply Control System Tool Box Commands
Illustrate Simulink Modeling techniques
Apply Image processing Tool Box Commands
Apply Fuzzy Logic Tool Box Commands

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To

Week

Date
From

Anuradha De

30-05-2016

03-06-2016

Refresher Course on the


Basic and Advanced
Features of a Structural
Engineering Software

Santanu Bhanja

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

GUW08

Environmental Pollution and


its solution

Sailendra Nath
Mandal

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

9.

GUW09

Design and Detailing of


Reinforced
Concrete
Structural Elements

Jagat Jyoti Mandal

29-08-2016

02-09-2015

10.

GUW10

Teaching
Machines

Samiran Mandal

05-09-2016

09-09-2016

Sl.
No

Prog
Code

Programme Title

6.

GUW06

Electromagnetic Wave

7.

GUW07

8.

of

Theory

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

of

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


Describe the fundamentals of Electromagnetic (E.M.) theory, the basic
formalism by Maxwell & related history
Identify the sources of production of various E.M. waves, different E.M.
bands properties
List the applications of E.M. theory in the various fields of Physics and
Engineering
Describe the integral approach to communication theory where
communication is made with Radio / Microwave antenna through fiber
optic wave guides.
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
be acquainted with the basic methodology of software application in
structures
acquire the fundamentals and some advanced features of analysis and
design of a standard CE Software
Participants will be awarded a complete unlimited licenced version of
STAAD.Pro v8i & Staad.foundation Advanced v8i for personal use on
their PCs for full one year for academic purpose
After attending the programme the participants will be able to acquire
knowledge of basic concept of Outdoor & Indoor Air, Drinking Water,
Wastewater, construction water, Noise Quality, Intensity of light and
impact of each quality parameter on human health,
skill of handling some kit, performing related experiments, interpreting
experimental results, preparing related test-reports with
remarks/comments (if any),
attitude of hand-on working in the laboratory/field
After attending the course the participants will be able to
Comprehend the principles of design and detailing as per the
recommendations of IS codes of practice
Design different RCC structural elements as per IS code of practice
Teach the related topics in more efficient manner
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
Analyze the concepts of theory of machines
Prepare the lesson plans on topics of theory of machines
Develop short answer items

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To

Week

Date
From

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

Cyber Security

Indrajit Saha

31-10-2016

04-11-2016

GUW13

Developing
Entrepreneurship Among
Students-role of
Polytechnic Teachers

Sekhar Chakraborty

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

14.

GUW14

Design and implementation


of technical curricula in
recent perspective.

Urmila Kar
Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

15-11-2016

19-11-2016

15.

GUW15

Estimating & Costing of


Non-Conventional Energies

Sheela Yadav Rai

21-11-2016

25-11-2016

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


describe various type of Non-conventional Energies Sources
understand the scope of Solar energy, Solar Thermal Conversion, Solar
Collector, Wind Energy
estimating & costing of various energies

16.

GUW16

Advances in Welding

Arpan Kumar
Mondal

28-11-2016

02-12-2016

17.

GUW17

Properties of Materials and


Processes

Nirmal Kumar
Mandal

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

After attending the course the participants will be able to


know the recent trends in welding
different terms and concepts of the welding technology
know the applications of welding in different fields of manufacturing
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
state the different properties of materials
identify appropriate manufacturing process for a particular material

Sl.
No

Prog
Code

11.

GUW11

Effective Training

12.

GUW12

13.

Programme Title

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Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme the participants will be able to


Identify different phases of training
Explain training cycle
Apply methodologies for implementing training
Evaluate training programme with appropriate model
After attending the program, the participants will be able to
Describe the fundamentals of Cyber Security
Demonstrate how to maintain the privacy of computer data
Explain cyber security in classroom
The Training will enable the participant to
identify why entrepreneurship development is important
inculcate basic entrepreneurial characteristics among the students
differentiate between various types of enterprise
Describe what is entrepreneurial
Analyse various stages of entrepreneurial development
Understand the role of teachers promoting entrepreneurship among
students
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
explain the concepts of curriculum development
discuss various approaches of curriculum design
identify the curriculum components needed for technical courses.
identify implementation issues in need-based curriculum.

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To

Week

Date
From

Prasanta Sarkar

19-12-2016

23-12-2016

Networking Principle

Rajeev Chatterjee

02-01-2017

06-01-2017

GUW20

Introduction to Python
Programming

Tushar Kanti Dey


Rajeev Chatterjee

09-01-2017

13-01-2017

21.

GUW21

Waste Water Treatment:


Pollution Control and Reuse

Subrata Mondal

06-02-2017

10-02-2017

22.

GUW22

Engineering
Thermodynamics

Rayapati Subbarao

13-02-2017

17-02-2017

23.

GUW23

Quality Management & its


Implementation

Sukanta Kumar
Naskar

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

24.

GUW24

8085 & 8086,


Microprocessor,
Architecture, Programming
& Interfacing

Soumitra Kumar
Mandal

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

Sl.
No

Prog
Code

18.

GUW18

Control Systems - Analysis


& Design using MATLAB

19.

GUW19

20.

Programme Title

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the programme, the participants will be able to


model Physical Systems
analyze in Time & frequency domain features
determine Input Output Stability
design Controller
apply MATLAB Control System Toolbox in simulation
After going through this programme the participants will be able to
explain the various topologies and media of computer Network
define a network; explain the various protocols in TCP/IP suite
explain the concept of switching and routing
demonstrate the basic techniques of network management
After attending the course the participants will be able to
write simple program
able to edit different commercial software packages of finite element
method as per user requirement
able to design complex problem
After attending this program, participants would be able to:
learn concept of functional textiles.
learn heat and moisture management in clothing.
learn the UV blocking textiles
learn the medical textiles etc.
At the end of the programme, the participants will be to:
paraphrase the basics of thermodynamics.
apply laws of thermodynamics in various problems.
appreciate more about entropy and the processes of perfect gases.
identify and analyze thermodynamic air cycles.
familiarize the basics of fuels and combustion.
After attending the programme the participants will be able to
identify core components of Quality Management
identify the Principles of Quality Management System
implement the concept of Quality Management
apply the tools for implementing Quality Management
After attending the programme, the participants will be able to
describe Architecture and working principles of 8085 and 8086 Microprocessors.
describe Addressing modes & instruction sets of Micro-processors.
write Assembly Language programmes.
design Interfacing circuits.

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Prog
Code

25.

GUW25

Numerical Methods
Fluid Dynamics

26.

GUW26

Advanced Process Control


& Instrumentation System

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From

To

Kinsuk Giri

20-03-2017

24-03-2015

Subrata
Chattopadhyay

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

Programme
Co-ordinator (s)

Programme Title

for

Date

Week

Sl.
No

NITTTR, Kolkata

Programme Objectives

After attending the program, the participants will be able to


get an overview of the trends in Numerical methods
use of finite element methods
get an overview of basic fluid dynamics
apply numerical methods to solve fluid dynamical equations
After attending the course the participants will be able to
familiar with closed loop control system
understand the pressure, Temperature, Flow & Level Measurement
system
know hazardous area classification
utilize the electrical instruments in hazardous area in process plant
design the conventional complex control system like ratio, cascade, feed
forward, selective, override etc.
apply the control system in distillation column in industry
know the fundamental of PLC, DCS and SCADA

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NORMS OF THE PROGRAMMES
i).

In-House Programmes

Demand based training programmes/workshop will be organized in the campus of the client institutes with flexible duration according to the convenience
of the clients. The expenditure for programmes conducted at Govt./Govt. aided technical institutions, excluding those institutions covered under TEQIP,
will be borne by NITTTR, Kolkata according to the norms of the Institute. Course fee will be charged for conducting such programmes in other categories
of technical institutions (For details, please visit us at www.nitttrkol.ac.in).
ii).

Special Programmes

Tailor-made training Programmes/Workshops will be conducted at the main campus or any one of the Extension Centres of the Institute at
Bhubaneswar/Guwahati to cater to the special needs felt by the Directorates of Technical Education or organizations/Industry. Interested participants
are invited to send their proposals to the Director, NITTTR, Kolkata.
iii).

Collaborative Programmes

Such programmes will be conducted in collaboration with technical institutions / industries by sharing of resources on chargeable basis. The Institute
has organized such programmes in collaboration with national and international organizations like Colombo Plan Staff College, United Nations Educational,
Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO), United Nations International Childrens Emergency Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Development Programme
and Industries like Indian Oil Corporation and various reputed technical institutions. Special courses were offered for personnel of Indian Railways
Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and State Resource Centre for Adult Education, West Bengal. Interested organizations/ institu tions
are invited to contact us to the Director, NITTTR, Kolkata.

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PARTICIPANTS PROFILE
The training programmes are open to sponsored in service teachers and staff of degree and diploma level technical institutions of the country and also to the
sponsored serving professionals from field / industry.
However, the programmes organized at Extension Centers are open to participants, only from technical institutions of respective State/ Region, as specified.
Financial Norms
a)

Course Fees:
Course fees will be charged for STTPs conducted at NITTTR, Kolkata and its Extension Centres only from the participants of Institutions covered under
TEQIP/Participants from Industry. (For details please visit us at www.nitttrkol.ac.in)
However, there is no course fee for the participants from Govt./Govt.-Aided/Self-Financed institutions, but not covered under TEQIP.

b)

Facilities:
The participants from Govt./Govt.-aided technical institutions, excluding those from institutions covered under TEQIP, are entitled for reimbursement of
TA/DA by NITTTR, Kolkata as per norms.
TA will be reimbursed as per entitlement (Govt. of India Rules). (Please visit us at www.nitttrkol.ac.in)
Air fare will only be reimbursed if travelled by Air India and Air Ticket(s) are purchased directly from Air India/from the Official Website of Air India.
Air Ticket may be purchased from Authorized travel agent of Govt. of India as announced from time to time. As of now authorized travel agent of Govt. of
India are M/s Ashoke Tours & Travels, M/s Balmer Lawrie and IRCTC.
However, TA/DA for other participants are to be borne by the sponsoring authority or self. Working Lunch and training materials would be provided to all
participants attending training programmes.

c)

Hostel:
Accommodation is available in the Institute Hostel on first-come-first-served basis from Sunday to Saturday during training days but family accommodation
would not be available. (For details, please visit us at www.nitttrkol.ac.in)

How to Apply
Intending participants may use photocopy of the Application Form given on Page No. 62 for registration to each STTPs. The filled in form should be sent
through proper channel/appropriate sponsoring authority. Application Form should be sent to the Academic Co-ordinator for STTPs at NITTTR, Kolkata and
to the Consultant in respective Extension Centre.

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How to Reach NITTTR, Kolkata
The Institute is located near Labony Bus Stand (Sector-III) in Salt Lake City and can be reached by taxi from Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International
Airport and also from Howrah, Shalimar, Sealdah and Kolkata Railway Stations.

Distance
Howrah Railway Station 42 min (8.1 km) via Maniktala Main Rd
Sealdah Station 26 min (7.4 km) via Beliaghata Main Road and Broadway Rd
Kolkata Railway Station 16 min (4.8 km) via Canal Circular Rd
Shalimar Station 38 min (18.8 km) via Parama Island Flyover
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport 27 min (11.5 km) via Kazi Nazrul Islam Sarani/VIP Rd
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)

Please send your application preferable 30 days before the commencement of the programme.
Normally course will commence at 10:00 a.m. as per venue. Participants are advised to registration before 10:00 a.m. on the first day
of the programme.
Outstation participants are advised to avail the Hostel facility one day before the commencement of their programme.
In all cases, the selection letters will be despatched one month before the date of commencement of the course.
All applications should be forwarded through proper channel. Application without the recommendation of the sponsoring authority will
not be entertained.
All participants should have to produce the release letter at the time of the joining in the course. Separate release order should be
produced against each course.
Applicants may send their application by Post/Fax or the same can be directly submitted in the Despatch Section of NITTTR, Kolkata.
In case the date of commencement of course happens to be a holiday, the course may be held as announced.
Participants are requested to submit only one Application for a particular Short-Term Training Programme.
The selection list for each STTP will be available on the Website or over phone (No. +91-33-2358-7442) 1(One) week before the
commencement of the Programme.
Air Travel will be allowed in Economy Class by Air India only. The teachers should submit Boarding Pass with TA bills.

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Faculty Profile
Dr. Phalguni Gupta
Phone: 91 (033) 2337-0479/4125/ 66251919 (Extn: 212)
Email: pg.nitttr.kol@gmail.com / phalgunigupta@nitttrkol.ac.in

Phalguni Gupta who is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK), Kanpur, India, has
joined this Institute (on Deputation) as the Director with effect from 25 April 2014. He received the Doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Technology
Kharagpur, India in 1986. He works in the field of biometrics, data structures, sequential algorithms, parallel algorithms, image processing. He is an author
of 3 books and 14 book chapters. He has published more than 300 papers in International Journals and International Conferences. He was the Principal
Investigator of several research projects in the area of Biometric Systems, Image Processing, Graph Theory and Network Flow. Prior to joining IITK in 1987,
he worked in Space Applications Centre Ahmedabad, Indian Space Research Organization, India.

A teacher can never truly teach unless he is still


learning himself. A lamp can never light another lamp
unless it continues to burn its own flame.

- Rabindra Nath Tagore


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Dr. Anuradha De
Phone: 91 (033) 66251992 (D)/66251919 (Extn: 992)
Email: anuradhade52@yahoo.com/anuradha@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Anuradha De is a faculty member in the Department of Science. As a National scholar, she
joined and graduated from Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata with Physics Honours, post
graduated from Science College and Ph.D from Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics. All these
degrees were conferred on her by the University of Calcutta. She did her post doctoral work in
Osaka University, Japan.
Apart from her interest in the field of Applied Physics, her interested areas include subjects
related to laser & Optical fibre, computer interfacing, Matlab software and solar energy. Since
joining at the Institute in 1996, Dr. De has offered several STTPs in the above mentioned areas.
Around 30 numbers of International / National / Conference papers and one book on 'Optical
fibre & Laser: Principles & Applications', published by New Age International Publisher are in her
credits. She coordinated actively in developing various training package on 'Textile, Clothing &
Footwear' during 2003-2005 under National Vocational Education Qualification and Certification
Framework (NVEQCF) programme of MHRD and various curricula on 'Retail' during 2009-2011
under National Skill Development Mission (NSDM) of MHRD, Government of India. Apart from
her various administrative activities of the Institute, at present, she is also involved in TEQIP II
activities of SPFU of West Bengal under NPIU, Government of India.

List of Short-Term Training Programme


SL.
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Prog.
Code
BBSR06
GUW06
CU56
CU59
CU64

6.

CU66

7.

CU70

8.
9.

CU74
CU76

10.
11.

CU80
ICT12

Programme Title
Physics of Materials
Electromagnetic Wave
Exposure on MATLAB
Electromagnetic Wave
Applied
Physics
experiments with / without
computer interfacing kit
for young Engineers and
Scientists
Optical
Fibre&
Laser:
Principles & Applications
Semiconductor Devices &
Solar PV Module
Laser & Image processing
Applied
Physics
experiments with / without
computer interfacing kit
for young Engineers and
Scientists
Exposure on MATLAB
Optical Fibre& Laser:
Principles & Applications

Date
From
To
09-05-2016 13-05-2016
30-05-2016 03-06-2016
13-06-2016 24-06-2016
11-07-2016 15-07-2016
25-07-2016 05-08-2016

22-08-2016

26-08-2016

26-09-2016

30-09-2016

24-10-2016
21-11-2016

28-10-2016
02-12-2016

26-12-2016
16-01-2017

06-01-2017
20-01-2017

Education is the manifestation of the divine


perfection, already existing in man.

- Swami Vivekananda
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Shri Arpan Kr. Mondal


Phone: +91(033) 66251985(D)/ 66251919 (Extn. 985)
Email: arpan.nitttrk@gmail.com /arpan@nitttrkol.ac.in

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1.

Shri Arpan Kumar Mondal is a faculty member in the Department of Mechanical Engineering,
National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research Kolkata. He is currently pursuing
his doctoral study in Mechanical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. He
did M. Tech from National Institute of Technology Rourkela and B. Tech from Haldia Institute
of Technology under WBUT. He has 14+ publications in reputed International Journals and
Conferences. He has been a reviewer of more than 5 international journals. Apart from
Teaching and R&D, he has also been involved in several projects, organizing
workshops/conferences, installation of labs, preparation of course materials etc.
His areas of interests include Welding Technology, Fusion welding processes, Submerged Arc
Welding, Computational Welding Mechanics, Heat transfer in welding, Residual stress and
distortion, Application of optimization in manufacturing, Production Engineering,
Manufacturing Technology, Plastics Technology, Composites and Bio-materials for artificial
implants.

SL.
No
1.
2.

Prog.
Code
CU90
GUW03

3.
4.
5.

CU93
CU106
CU107

6.
7.

GUW16
CU112

8.
9.

CU114
CU117

10.

CU120

11.
12.

CU119
CU122

Programme Title
Arc Welding Process
Welding processes & Physics of
Welding
Non-conventional Machining Process
TIG & MIG Welding Process
Mechanical Engineering Materials
and Applications
Advances in Welding
Theory and Practices of Various
Welding Processes
Manufacturing Process
Theory and Practice on Mechanical
Testing of Metals
Skill Development in Workshop and
Laboratory
Engineering Materials and Processes
Modern Welding Methods

Date
From
11-04-2016
02-05-2016

To
22-04-2016
06-05-2016

16-05-2016
19-09-2016
24-10-2016

20-05-2016
30-09-2016
28-10-2016

28-11-2016
05-12-2016

02-12-2016
09-12-2016

19-12-2016
09-01-2017

23-12-2016
20-01-2017

06-02-2017

17-02-2017

30/01/2017
20-03-2017

04/02/2017
24-03-2017

Education is the most powerful weapon which


you can use to change the world.

- Nelson Mandela
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Dr. Dipankar Bose
Phone: 91 (033) 66251981 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 981)
Email: dipan88@yahoo.co.in/dbose@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Dipankar Bose is a faculty member in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and his
present research area includes Non-traditional Engineering, Reliability Engineering, Welding
Technology, Fluid Power Engineering etc. He graduated from the University of Calcutta,
India in Mechanical Engineering and received his post graduate and doctoral degrees in the
area of Mechanical Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
Since joining at the Institute from NERIST, Deemed University, Arunachal Pradesh in 2003,
Dr. Bose has offered several STTPs in the areas of Non-Traditional Machining, Fluid Power
Technologies, Various Welding Processes, Fabrication Techniques, Metrology and
Measurement. He has published more than 40 papers in various international and National
Journals and Proceedings and is a life member of ISTE. At present, he is the Chairman,
Purchase Committee of the Institute. Beside this, he is also a member of other external
academic bodies of WBUT.

List of Short-Term Training Programme


SL.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Prog.
Code
CU90
ICT01
CU93
CU98
CU106
CU112

Programme Title

CU117

CU120

10

BBSR37

Arc Welding Process


Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Non-conventional Machining Process
Turning, Milling & Drilling
TIG & MIG Welding Process
Theory and Practices of Various
Welding Processes
Theory and Practice on Mechanical
Testing of Metals
Skill Development in Workshop and
Laboratory
Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machines

11

CU122

Modern Welding Methods

Date
From
To
11-04-2016
22-04-2016
09-05-2016
13-05-2016
16-05-2016
20-05-2016
18-07-2016
29-07-2016
19-09-2016
30-09-2016
05-12-2016
09-12-2016
09-01-2017

20-01-2017

06-02-2017

17-02-2017

20-03-2017

24-3-2017

20-03-2017

24-03-2017

An investment in knowledge pays the best


interest.

- Benjamin Franklin

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Dr. Habiba Hussain
Phone: 91 (033) 66251947 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 947)
Email: habs2@rediffmail.com/habiba.hussain@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Habiba Hussain is a faculty member in the Department of Education. A post-graduate in BioSciences (Spl. Biotechnology) & in Education, she earned her Doctorate Degree in Education
from GGDU, Bilaspur, M.P.
She joined this Institute in January, 2002. She has teaching and training experience of more than
15 years. She has been actively involved in the long-term as well as short-term training
programmes since 2002. She has also contributed towards the world-bank research projects
under Tech-Ed II. Since her joining in this Institute, she has offered training programmes in
several themes under the broader areas of Educational Technology, Educational Psychology,
Management in Education, HRM, Soft Skills, Research Methodology, Educational Measurement &
Evaluation.
She is in the editorial board of IJVE, a bi-annual peer reviewed research journal published by
PSSCIVE, India. She is a life member of several academic bodies. She has published several
papers and articles in journals & conferences.

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Sl.
No
1

Prog.
Code
PS02

2
3

PS05
PS07

4
5

PS11
PS13

6
7

PS14
PS16

Programme Title
Leadership & Team Building in
academia
Effective Teaching
Microteaching for improving
teaching skills
Action Research
Essentials of Outcome based
Education
Outcome based Assessment
Soft Skills for Teachers

Date
From
06-06-2016

To
17-06-2016

18-07-2016
22-08-2016

29-07-2016
26-08-2016

26-09-2016
21-11-2016

30-09-2016
25-11-2016

19-12-2016
09-01-2017

23-12-2016
20-01-2017

Education is not preparation for life,


education is life itself.

- John Dewey
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Dr. Indrajit Saha
Phone: 91 (033) 66251930 /66251919 (Extn: 930)
Email:Indra.raju@gmail.com /indrajit@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Indrajit Saha is a faculty member in the department of Education Technology, NITTTR,
Kolkata. He did his postdoctoral research work at the National Research Council, Italy and
University of Wroclaw, Poland. He was the visiting research scientist at CWI, Netherlands,
INRIA France, IIT-CNR, Italy, ICM in University of Warsaw (UW), Poland. He received his
Ph.D. Degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from Jadavpur University and
Bioinformatics from Polish Academy of Sciences after completing M.Tech in Computer
Science & Engineering from University of Kalyani. He has co-authored about 50 research
papers in various International Journals and Conferences. Dr. Saha is an active member of
the board of reviewers for more than 30 International Journals. His research interest
includes Education Technology, Multimedia Systems and Applications, Computational
Intelligence, Computational Biology, Machine Learning, Image Processing and Pattern
Recognition.

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3
4

Prog.
Code
CU29
CU40
GUW12
CU42

CU45

CU47

7
8
9

CU49
BBSR34
CU51

Programme Title
Image Processing using MATLAB
Introduction to Operating System
Cyber Security
Multimedia
in
Education
Technology
Mathematical
and
Technical
Writing using LaTeX
Computational Intelligence for
Knowledge Extraction
Fuzzy and Rough Set Theory
Introduction to Cryptogrtaphy
Introduction to Artificial Neural
Networks

Date
From
To
09-05-2016 13-05-2016
22-08-2016 26-08-2016
31-10-2016 04-11-2016
07-11-2016 18-11-2016
26-12-2016

30-12-2016

16-01-2017

27-01-2017

06-02-2017
20-02-2017
27-02-2017

10-02-2017
24-02-2017
03-03-2017

The roots of education are bitter, but the


fruit is sweet.

- Aristotle
68

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Jagat Jyoti Mandal
Phone: 91 (033) 66251920 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 920)
Email: jjm_civil03@yahoo.co.in/jjmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Jagat Jyoti Mandal is attached to the Department of Civil Engineering of National Institute
of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR), Kolkata, as a faculty member since
2008. After graduating with Honours in Civil Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, he obtained his
M.Tech in Civil Engineering (with Specialization in Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering)
and Ph.D in Civil Engineering from IIT Kharagpur. He has taught various subjects of Civil
Engineering at Graduate and Post-Graduate level at various institutes for the past 30 years. He
has around sixteen articles in International and National journals and conference proceedings.
His areas of interest include Numerical Geo-technique, Soil and Structural Dynamics and their
applications in Earth quake Engineering, Ground Improvement Techniques. He has conducted
Short Term Training Programmes on various topics including Geotechnical Investigation and
Testing, Analysis and Design of Foundations, Ground Improvement Techniques, Testing of Civil
Engineering Materials, Introductory Courses on Applications of FEM in Civil Engineering,
Introductory courses on Soil and Structural dynamics, Design of Reinforced Concrete structural
Elements, Surveying by Total Station and so on.

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Prog.
Code
CU02

CU05

CU08

ICT03

GUW09

CU12

BBSR25

CU22

9
10

CU24
BBSR36

Programme Title
Finite Element Method in Civil
Engineering
Geotechnical Investigation &
Testing
Introductory Course on Structural
Dynamics & Earthquake
Engineering
Concept Teaching in Soil
Mechanics
Design
and
Detailing
of
Reinforced Concrete Structural
Elements
Analysis and Design of Shallow
Foundations
Fundamental Concepts of
Geotechnical Engineering
Analysis & Design of Flexible
Pavements
Testing of Pavement Material
Surveying by Total Station

Date
From
To
02-05-2016
13-05-2016
13-06-2016

24-06-2016

11-07-2016

15-07-2016

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

29-08-2016

02-09-2015

31-10-2016

04-11-2016

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

16-01-2017

20-01-2017

06-02-2017
06-03-2017

17-02-2017
10-03-2017

Educations purpose is to replace an empty


mind with an open one.

- Malcolm S. Forbes
www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

69

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Kinsuk Giri
Phone : +91-33 66251994 (D) / 66251919 (Extn : 994)
Email : kinsuk84@gmail.com / kinsuk@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Kinsuk Giri is a faculty member of Mathematics in the Department of Science, NITTTR, Kolkata.
His main research area is Numerical and Computational Astrophysics which includes
Hydrodynamics, Accretion and Outflows around compact objects, Shocks in Accretion, Viscous
Flows, Two Component Accretion Flow, Magneto hydrodynamics, etc. He received both graduate
and post graduates in Mathematics from Visva-Bharati Central University and was awarded NETJRF & LS in Mathematical Sciences in 2008 by CSIR-UGC. Dr. Giri was awarded Ph.D. (Science) in
2013 in Numerical and Computational Astrophysics, with an emphasis on computational fluid
dynamics and accretion flows in astrophysics from S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences,
India (Degree awarded by Jadavpur University, Kolkata). Subsequently he joined as a MOST
Postdoctoral Fellow at National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. After completing his 2 years postdoc
tenure, he joined NITTTR, Kolkata as an Assistant Professor on September, 2015.
Dr. Giri has published about 25 research papers in International Journals and International
Conferences. The work developed in his Ph.D thesis addresses very important and relevant issues
of accretion processes around black holes. His thesis received the Outstanding Ph.D Thesis
Award by Springer-Verlag, Berlin and was published as a Book in 2014. During his research and
academic career, he delivered 5 invited lectures and contributed several talks within India as well
as abroad during his Academic visits to various countries, e.g., Italy, Sweden, Russia, Japan,
France, Taiwan, China etc. He is in the editorial and reviewer board of few International and
National Journals.

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1

Prog.
Code
CU30

CU35

CU37

CU103

PS12

CU45

BBSR28

CU134

GUW25

Programme Title
Uses
of
Some
Scientific
Visualization Tools
Numerical and Computational
Techniques for Engineers and
Researchers
Recent Advances in Optimization:
Theory and Applications
Numerical Methods for Fluid
Dynamics
Pedagogy of Teaching
Mathematics
Mathematical
and
Technical
Writing using LaTeX
Numerical Methods for Fluid
Dynamics
Linear Algebra and Differential
Equations
Numerical Methods for Fluid
Dynamics

Date
From
To
09-05-2016
13-05-2016
13-06-2016

17-06-2016

27-06-2016

01-07-2016

29-08-2016

02-09-2016

24-10-2016

28-10-2016

26-12-2016

30-12-2016

02-01-2017

06-01-2017

13-02-2017

17-02-2017

20-03-2017

24-03-2015

A true education is an ornament in times of prosperity


and it is a refuge in times of adversity.

- Aristotle
70

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Mrs. Mithu Dey
Phone: 91 (033) 66251964 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 964)
Email: mithudey2007@rediffmail.com/mdey@nitttrkol.ac.in

Mrs. Mithu Dey is a faculty member in the Department of Civil Engineering and her present
research area include Numerical analysis, FRP composite plate, Software Application in
Structural Engineering etc. She graduated from Jadavpur University and completed M. Tech.
degree from BESU in the field of Structural Engineering.
She served this Institute for more than six years teaching in this institute. She has taught
various topics of Civil Engineering at Graduate and Post-Graduate level. She has conducted
Short Term Training Programmes on various topics including Design of Steel Structures using
latest code(IS 800-2007), advanced Structural analysis, Drawing using software, Lab oriented
programme and so on.

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Prog.
Code
CU01

BBSR13

CU10

CU11

ICT08

6
7
8

CU17
CU19
CU25

Programme Title

Date
From
25-04-2016

To
29-04-2016

25-07-2016

29-07-2016

Laboratory Practice on Concrete


Materials
Drawing, Analysis and Design of
structures by Limit State Method
using software.
Teaching on structural analysis and
Introduction to FEM

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

05-09-2016

16-09-2016

15-11-2016

19-11-2016

Introduction to IS 800-2007
AutoCAD for Engineers
Laboratory tests on Civil Engineering
Material

19-12-2016
02-01-2017
20-03-2017

23-12-2016
06-01-2017
31-03-2017

Limit State
Design of
structures
Introduction to IS 800-2007

Steel

The aim of education is the knowledge not


the facts but of values.

- William Ralph Inge

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

71

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Shri Nirmal Kumar Mandal
Phone: 91 (033) 66251973 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 973)
Email: mandal_nirmal@yahoo.com/nkmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in

Shri Nirmal Kumar Mandal is a member of faculty in the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and
his present areas of interest include Computer Graphics, CAD/CAM, CNC Machines, FEM, and
Mechanical Vibrations etc.. He had graduated from Bengal Engineering College (now IIEST) and
received his post graduate degree in the area of Production Engineering from the Jadavpur
University.
Since his joining at NITTTR, Kolkata in October 1994, he offered several STTPs in the areas of
Computer Graphics, Automated Manufacturing System, Automation, FEM, CAD/CAM and its
allied areas. He has also served the Institute with several administrative responsibilities like
Senior Administrative Officer, member, Board of Governors etc.
He has about 20 publications in various National and International journals and conferences.

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1

Prog.
Code
CU94

2
3

CU96
CU97

4
5

CU100
CU102

6
7
8
9

CU105
CU110
GUW17
CU116

10

BBSR35

Programme Title
Programming and Operations on CNC
Machines
AUTOCAD
Computer
Numerical
Controlled
Machines: Constructional Features
and Programming
Advanced Manufacturing System
Collection and Analys of Experimental
Data in Laboratory and Workshop
Computer Aided Design
CAD/CAM
Properties of Materials and Processes
Computations and Optimization with
MATLAB
Skill Developments in Laboratory and
Workshops

Date
From
To
23-05-2016
27-05-2016
06-06-2016
11-07-2016

17-06-2016
22-07-2016

08-08-2016
29-08-2016

12-08-2016
02-09-2016

19-09-2016
28-11-2016
05-12-2016
26-12-2016

23-09-2016
02-12-2016
09-12-2016
06-01-2017

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

Education is a progressive discovery of


our ignorance.

- Richard Cecil

72

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Prasanta Sarkar
Phone: 91 (033) 66251937 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 937)
Email: sarkarprasant@gmail.com/ psarkar@nitttrkol.ac.in

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Dr. Prasanta Sarkar is a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering since 2005.
He received B.Sc degree from Calcutta University in 1978, Graduate degree in Electrical
Engineering from The Institution of Engineers (India) in 1985, ME degree in Electrical Engineering
from Allahabad University in 1991 and Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute
of Technology, Kharagpur, in 2001.
From 1982 to 1992, he served Northern Railway, Allahabad as Electrical supervisor and from 1992
to 2005 as faculty in North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, Nirjuli, Arunachal
Pradesh. He has about 34 years of working experience in academics and Industry in the field of
Electrical Engineering. His present areas of interest include Control Systems, System Identification,
Model Order Reduction and Intelligent Control. He is a life member of Indian Society for Technical
Education, System Society of India and member, The Institution of Engineers (India) and Institute
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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Prog.
Code
BBSR02

CU55

CU63

CU68

CU78

GUW18

CU84

8
9

CU88
ICT16

Programme Title
Control Systems - Analysis &
Design using MATLAB
Control Systems - Analysis &
Design using MATLAB
Electrical Safety & Code of
Practices
Modelling and Simulation of
Mechatronic System
Modern Control & MATLAB
Simulation
Control Systems - Analysis &
Design using MATLAB
Advanced Control Systems &
MATLAB Simulation
Digital Control using MATLAB
Indian Electricity Rules and Code
of Practices

Date
From
11-04-2016

To
15-04-2016

06-06-2016

17-06-2016

25-07-2016

29-07-2016

05-09-2016

16-09-2016

05-12-2016

16-12-2016

19-12-2016

23-12-2016

23-01-2017

03-02-2017

06-03-2017
27-03-2017

10-03-2017
31-03-2017

Education is training the mind and not


stuffing the brain.

- Swami Ranganathananda

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

73

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Shri Rajeev Chatterjee
Phone: 91 (033) 66251909 (D) / 66251919 (Extn: 909)
Email: chatterjee.rajeev@gmail.com/rajeev@nitttrkol.ac.in

Shri Rajeev Chatterjee is working as a faculty member in the Dept. of Computer Science &
Engineering of National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Kolkata, since
January 2001. Previously he was working as a Lecturer in an Engineering College. He obtained
his Bachelors Degree in Engineering from Karnataka University, Dharwad in the field of
Computer Science. He obtained his Master of Technology degree in Multimedia and Software
Systems from West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata. He has more than 15 years of
teaching experience at Graduate and Post-Graduate levels. He has around seven articles in
International and National conference proceedings.
Rajeev Chatterjee has conducted a number of Training Programmes for the teachers of various
institutes including Polytechnics, Engineering Colleges, NITs and Universities in the area of
Fundamentals of Computer Systems, Computer Networking, Mobile and Personal Area
Networking, Programming in C/C++, e-Learning and related areas. He has also conducted
teachers training for Vocational Education System. His areas of interest include IP based
Networks, Design and Development of IT Infrastructure, e-Learning, Confidence Based
Learning, Human Computer Interaction, ICT in Education, IT and ITES in Vocational Education
System. He is also a member of National Syllabus Committee of NEILET in the area of
Multimedia.

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Prog.
Code
CU27

CU31

3
4

CU33
CU44

5
6
7

GUW19
GUW20
CU48

8
9

CU50
BBSR38

Programme Title
Fundamentals of Computer System
and Basic Computer Use
Network Principles, Management &
Administration
IP Networking
Design & Development of e-learning
System
Networking Principle
Introduction to Python Programming
Advance Programming in C
(Workshop of Co-ordinators)
(Lecture Session over ICT)
(Hands on Practice at NITTTR, Kolkata)
Introduction to Python Programming
Introduction to e-learning

Date
From
To
04-04-2016
15-04-2016
09-05-2016

20-05-2016

06-06-2016
12-12-2016

17-06-2016
23-12-2016

02-01-2017
09-01-2017
30-01-2017
20-02-2017
27-02-2017

06-01-2017
13-01-2017
31-01-2017
21-02-2017
01-03-2017

13-02-2017
27-03-2017

17-02-2017
31-03-2017

Education is the Kindling of a Flame, not the


filling of a vessel.

- Socrates
74

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Ranjan Dasgupta
Phone: 91 (033) 66251954 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 954)
Email: ranjandasgupta@hotmail.com/ranjandasgupta@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Dasgupta is a member of faculty in the Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering and his present
research area includes E-Learning, Software Engineering, Cloud Computing etc. He had graduated from
the University of Calcutta, India in Electronics and received his post graduate and doctoral degrees in
the area of Computer Science from the same University.
Since his joining at NITTTR, Kolkata from Jadavpur University in 1993 he offered several STTPs in the
areas of DBMS, Software Engineering, C Programming and Networking. He had also served the Institute
with several other responsibilities like Chairman, Purchase Committee, Chairman, Library Committee,
member, Board of Governors etc. At present he has the responsibility of the Secretary, Academic Council.
He is also connected with several other external academic bodies like AICTE, NBA.
He had more than 50 publications in various conferences and journals and is a member of IEEE Computer
Society.

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2

Prog.
Code
CU32
CU36

CU39

CU46

CU52

Programme Title
Database Design and Practice
Theory of Internet & Web Page
Design
Design of Business Applications
using Software Engineering
Approach
Design of Payroll Systems using
Oracle
Introduction to DBMS

Date
From
To
23-05-2016
27-05-2016
27-06-2016
01-07-2016
18-07-2016

29-07-2016

02-01-2017

13-01-2017

06-03-2017

17-03-2017

Education has to produce the perfect man sound in


character, active in mind and strong in body.

- Plato
www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

75

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Rayapati Subbarao
Phone: 91 (033) 66251974 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 974)
Email: rssubbarao@hotmail.com/rsrao@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Rayapati Subbarao is a faculty member in the department of Mechanical Engineering, NITTTR,
Kolkata. He obtained his doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Technology Madras. He did
M.Tech from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. Dr. Subbarao has more than 13 years of
experience in Teaching, Research & Development and Training. Earlier, he worked at IIT Delhi, VIT
University, Vellore and KL University, Vijayawada. He has 37+ publications in reputed International
Journals and Conferences. Apart from Teaching and R&D, he has also been involved in
workshops/conferences, installation of labs, preparation of course materials and lab handouts. He
is recipient of National and State Merit Scholarships. He is a Member of Institution of Engineers
(India) (MIE) and is a Life member of Indian Society of Heat and Mass Transfer (ISHMT), Fluid
Mechanics and Fluid Power (FMFP), Combustion Institute (India) and Indian Society of Technical
Education (ISTE). He has represented school and college in Elocution, Essay writing and Quiz at
state and district levels. He has been a reviewer of projects/publications at various levels for the
last few years. Recently, he has been the reviewer for ASME GT India 2014 and FMFP 2015,
Reviewer for Proceedings of the Instn of Mech Engrs, Part A: Journal of Power and Energy. He is
also involved in paper setting for UG and PG course in other Universities/autonomous colleges. He
worked in USA and visited South Korea to present a paper in an International conference. He was
involved in works like EU-Asialink program and ABET, USA accreditation.

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Prog.
Code
CU89

Programme Title

CU92

CU95

4
5
6

ICT02
CU101
CU104

CU108

CU109

9
10

BBSR26
GUW22

Basics of Thermal Engineering


(Thermal Engineering I)
Applications
of
Thermal
Engineering
(Thermal Engineering II)
How to write Thesis or
Research Paper
Engineering Thermodynamics
CFD in Turbomachinery
Design and Modeling of various
thermal systems
Developments in Power Plants
and Alternative Fuels
Engineering Thermodynamics
and its Applications
Engineering Thermodynamics
Engineering Thermodynamics

11

CU121

Power Plant Engineering

Date
From
To
04-04-2016 08-04-2016
09-05-2016

13-05-2016

30-05-2016

03-06-2016

18-07-2016
22-08-2016
05-09-2016

22-07-2016
26-08-2016
09-09-2016

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

21-11-2016

25-11-2016

19-12-2016
13-02-2017

23-12-2016
17-02-2017

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

Educating the mind without educating the


heart is no education at all.

- Aristotle
76

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Sagarika Pal
Phone: 91 (033) 66251938 (D) / 66251919 (Extn: 938 )
Email: spal922@yahoo.co.in/sagarikapal@nitttrkol.ac.in

List of Short-Term Training Programme

Dr. Sagarika Pal is a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering and his present
research area includes Sensors, Measurement, Process Control and Mechatronics. She graduated
in Instrumentation Engineering and received her post graduate degree with specialization in
Measurement and Instrumentation from the University of Calcutta. She was awarded doctoral
degree in the area of Robotics from Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
Since joining at the Institute Dr. Pal has offered several Short Term Training Programmes (STTP)
in the areas of Sensors and Transducers, Measurement, Advanced Process Control, PLC and
Automation, Mechatronics, MATLAB and its Application in Engineering etc. She has published more
than 40 papers in various National, International Journals and Conference Proceedings and is a
life member of Institution of Engineers (India) and Forum of Scientists, Engineers and
Technologists (FOSET). At present, she is involved in various Institutional activities apart from
teaching.

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Prog.
Code
CU53

2
3
4

GUW05
CU60
CU67

CU71

6
7

BBSR2
0
CU73

CU81

CU86

Programme Title
Laboratory Experiment and Students
Project
MATLAB Application in Engineering
PLC Programming and Applications
Application of MATLAB Control System,
Image Processing and Fuzzy Logic Tool
Box
Laboratory & Workshop Manual for
Electrical,
Electronics
and
Instrumentation Engineering
MATLAB Application in Engineering
Industrial Automation using PLC, DCS
& SCADA
LABVIEW & MATLAB Applications in
Engineering
Sensors,
Transducers
&
Signal
Conditioning

Date
From
To
25-04-2016 29-04-2016
23-05-2016
11-07-2016
22-08-2016

27-05-2016
22-07-2016
02-09-2016

26-09-2016

07-10-2016

17-10-2016

21-10-2016

24-10-2016

28-10-2016

26-12-2016

06-01-2017

06-02-2017

17-02-2017

To succeed in your mission you must have


single minded devotion to your goal.

- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam


www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

77

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


List of Short-Term Training Programme

Dr. Sailendra Nath Mandal


Phone: 91 (033) 66251908 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 908)
Email: drsailen@hotmail.com/snmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Sailendra Nath Mandal is a faculty member in the Department of Science and his
present research area includes Environmental Science & Engineering. He graduated
from the University of Calcutta, India in Chemical Engineering and received his post
graduate and doctoral degrees in the area of Chemical Engineering from the same
University. Since joining at the Institute from University of Calcutta in 1997, Dr. Mandal
has offered several STTPs in the areas of Drinking Water Quality, Ambient Air Quality,
Wastewater Treatment, Solid Waste Management, Applied Chemistry, Environmental
Science & Engineering etc. He has published more than 75 papers in various
conferences and journals and is member IIChE, ISEC, ICCE, MIEE, FOSET. At present,
he is the Faculty in-Charge of Accounts. Beside this, he is also a member of other
academic bodies like AICTE.

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Prog.
Code
BBSR08

CU125

PS03

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

CU126
CU128
GUW08
PS09
CU130
CU131
ICT07
CU14
BBSR27
CU133

Programme Title

Date
From

To

Understanding Accounts, Procurement of Goods


and occupational health

23-05-2016

27-05-2016

Laboratory
practice
in
Chemistry
and
Petrochemical Testing
Understanding
Accounts
and
its
proper
maintenance for effective financial control
Drinking Water, Adulteration of Food and Health
Water Quality, Purification and Health
Environmental Pollution and its solution
Procurement and custody of Goods and Services
Instruments to Measure Air and Water quality
Engineering Chemistry experiments and Safety
Environmental Pollution and Health Hazards
Waste Management
Causes and effects of Environmental Pollution
Operation and Maintenance of different Water and
Petrochemical Testing Kits

30-05-2016

10-06-2016

13-06-2016

17-06-2016

20-06-2016
01-08-2016
22-08-2016
05-09-2016
26-09-2016
31-10-2016
07-11-2016
28-11-2016
26-12-2016
09-01-2017

01-07-2016
12-08-2016
26-08-2016
09-09-2016
07-10-2016
04-11-2016
11-11-2016
09-12-2016
30-12-2012
20-01-2017

He who opens a school door, closes a


prison.

- Victor Hugo

78

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Samir Roy
Phone: 91 (033) 66251988 (D) / 66251919 (Extn: 988)
Email: samir.cst@gmail.com /sroy@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Samir Roy is attached to the Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering of National Institute
of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR), Kolkata, as a faculty member since
2005. After graduating with Honours in Physics from the Presidency College, Kolkata, he
obtained his B.Tech, M.E and Ph.D degrees, all in the field of Computer Science & Engineering.
He has taught various topics of Computer Science at Graduate and Post-Graduate level at
various institutes for the past 23 years. He has around fifty articles in International and
National journals and conference proceedings. He has authored a text book entitled
Introduction to Soft Computing: Neuro-Fuzzy and Genetic Algorithms with a co-author which
has been published by Pearson. His areas of interest include Educational Informatics, Artificial
Intelligence, Soft Computing, Theory of Computation. He has conducted Short Term Training
Programmes on various topics including Artificial Intelligence, Formal Languages & Automata,
Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Object Oriented Software Design, Unified Modeling
Language, Data Structures, Computer Aided Technical Presentation and so on.

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GUW01

CU28

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

CU34
CU38
CU41
BBSR22
CU43
CU49
CU51

Programme Title
Automata, Languages and
Computation
Software Design using Unified
Modeling Language
Topics of Discrete Mathematics
Data Structures and Algorithms
Compiler Design
Intellegent Search Techniques
Mathematical Logic
Fuzzy and Rough Set Theory
Introduction to Artificial Neural
Networks

Date
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04-04-2016
08-04-2016
02-05-2016

06-05-2016

13-06-2016
04-07-2016
19-09-2016
07-11-2016
05-12-2016
06-02-2017
27-02-2017

17-06-2016
15-07-2016
23-09-2016
11-11-2016
09-12-2016
10-02-2017
03-03-2017

The highest education is that which does not


merely give us information but makes our life
in harmony with all existence.

- Rabindra Nath Tagore


www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

79

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Samiran Mandal
Phone: 91 (033) 66251982 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 982)
Email: samiran_m04@yahoo.com/
samiran.mandal@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Samiran Mandal is a faculty member in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and
his present research area includes Robotics, Machining Science, Powder Metallurgy. He
graduated from the University of Burdwan, in Mechanical Engineering and had his post
graduate degree in the area of Mechanical Engineering from IIT Kharagpur.
After completion of M. Tech, he worked in Telco Jamshedpur as design engineer. He did
his Ph. D from I.I.T Kanpur, and joined NITTTR, Kolkata in 1994. Dr. Mandal has offered
several STTPs in the areas of Robotics, Automobile Engineering, Welding Processes,
Product Design, Fabrication Techniques, Metrology and Measurement. He has published
number of papers in various National Journals and Proceedings and was a member of IEEE.
Beside this, he is also a member of the external academic body of IIEST.

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CU91

CU97

3
4
5
6

CU98
CU99
GUW10
CU111

7
8
9
10

CU113
CU118
BBSR31
CU123

Programme Title
Mechanical Measurements and
Control
Computer Numerical Controlled
Machines: Constructional Features
and Programming
Turning, Milling & Drilling
Introduction to Robotics
Teaching of Theory of Machines
Development of Mechanical
Engineering Laboratory
Experiments & Instruction Sheets
Statistics for Research
Tool and Die Design
Lesson Planning
Automobile Engineering

Date
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To
22-04-2016

11-07-2016

22-07-2016

18-07-2016
01-08-2016
05-09-2016
28-11-2016

29-07-2016
05-08-2016
09-09-2016
02-12-2016

12-12-2016
16-01-2017
30-01-2017
27-03-2017

16-12-2016
20-01-2017
03-02-2017
31-03-2017

Education has for its object the


formation of character.

- Herbert Spencer

80

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


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Dr. Santanu Bhanja


Phone: 91 (033) 66251923 (D) / 66251919 (Extn: 923)
Email: san244in@yahoo.com/ sbhanja@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Santanu Bhanja is a faculty member in the Department of Civil Engineering and his present
research area includes High Performance Concrete, Reinforced Concrete Design, Earthquake
Resistant Design, Software Application in Structural Engineering etc. He graduated with Honours
from Jadavpur University, completed M Tech from IIT, Kharagpur and Ph.D from Jadavpur
University in the field of Structural Engineering.
He served the industry for seven years both in the private and Government sectors before
joining the Civil Engineering Department of the Bengal Engineering College (Deemed University)
in 1996 where he served about a decade before taking up the present assignment. He has
guided several students at Master Degree level and one student has been awarded Ph.D degree
in 2013 under his guidance. He has successfully completed a Research Project sponsored by
the Fly Ash Unit of DST, Govt. of India in 2012. He has published number of papers in reputed
Journals like Cement and Concrete Research, ACI Materials Journal, Indian Concrete Journal,
Journal of the Institution of Engineers etc. and contributed a number of technical papers in
National and International Seminars and Conferences. He has chaired technical sessions in
International Conferences. He as acted as a key technical speakers in a number of Seminars/
Engineers Meets/Skill and Technology transfer programmes organized by reputed cement
manufacturers and in an awareness programme on Earthquakes aired live by DD Bangla.

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Programme Title

BBSR07

CU04

CU06

ICT05

Date
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To

Software Application in Analysis and


Design Multi Storied RCC Buildings

16-05-2016

20-05-2016

Refresher Course on Structural Analysis


and Design using Software
Static and Dynamic Analysis and
Design of Seismic Resistant RCC
Buildings
Fundamentals of Limit State Method of
Design of RC Structures with Special
Emphasis on Earthquake Resistance

30-05-2016

10-06-2016

27-06-2016

01-07-2016

29-08-2016

02-09-2016

GUW07

Refresher Course on Structural Analysis


and Design using Software

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

CU15

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

7
8

CU18
CU21

Philosophy of Limit State Method of


Design and behaviour of RC Structures
under Overloading
Surveying by Total Station
Analysis and Design of Multi Storied
Buildings using a Software Dedicated
for Building Design only

26-12-2016
09-01-2017

30-12-2016
13-01-2017

BBSR33

Application of Software in Seismic


Resistant Structure Analysis and
Design

13-02-2017

17-02-2017

All knowledge that the world has ever received


comes from the mind, the infinite library of the
universe is in our own mind.

- Swami Vivekananda
www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

81

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Sekhar Chakraborty
Phone: 91 (033) 66251959 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 959)
Email: sekhar_nitttr@yahoo.com/schakraborty@nitttrkol.ac.in
Mobile No: 9432357398

Dr. Sekhar Chakraborty is a faculty member in department of Educational Planning &


Management, NITTTR, Kolkata. A Chemical Engineer from Jadavpur University, he served for a
long time in the industry and in the Technical Education Department of the state of West Bengal
as a Deputy Director before joining this institute in 1996. Shri Chakraborty obtained his masters
and doctoral degrees in Chemical Engineering from the same University.
Since his joining this institute he has had developed several need based faculty training
programmes covering a wide area of the technical education system. Of late Prof. Chakraborty
has been focusing on a wide variety of identified areas for training purposes covering quality &
environmental management, institutional development, occupational health & safety, media
application in teaching-learning system, making effective presentation, soft-skills development,
teachers role in entrepreneurship development among students etc. He has also developed a
unique training program on development of a human resource training function.
Prof. Chakraborty has substantial research experience in the field of technical education system.
In addition, Prof. Chakraborty is the Faculty-in-Charge of LRC and till date, has made several
educational video films. Besides being an acknowledged trainer Dr. Chaktraborty has sixteen
publications to his credit.

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BBSR03
GUW04

3
4
5

PS04
MGT04
PS08

PS10

GUW13

8
9

PS15
MGT07

10

PS19

Programme Title
Institutional Development
Development and Implementation
of Staff Training Programme for
Polytechnic Teachers
Institutional Development
Awareness on EHS and ISO 14001
Development and Implementation
of Staff Training Programme for
Polytechnic Teachers
Quality Improvement in Institutional
Activities
Developing Entrepreneurship
Among Students-role of Polytechnic
Teachers
Making Educational Video Films
Occupational Health &Safety
Management, OHSAS :1801
Developing Instructional Media

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18-04-2016
22-04-2016
09-05-2016
13-05-2016
20-06-2016
01-08-2016
29-08-2016

01-07-2016
05-08-2016
02-09-2016

19-09-2016

30-09-2016

07-11-2016

11-11-2016

19-12-2016
20-02-2017

30-12-2016
24-02-2017

20-03-2017

24-03-2017

Education is the movement from


darkness to light.

- Allan Bloom
82

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Mrs. Sheela Yadav Rai
Phone: 91 (033) 66251997 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 997)
Email: sheelayadavrai2007@mail.com/
sheelayadavrai@nitttrkol.ac.in

Mrs. Sheela Yadav Rai is a faculty member in the department of Community Development
& Rural Technology (CDRT), NITTTR Kolkata. She did her graduation Electrical & Electronics
Engineering from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam and Master of Engineering in Power
System from Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi. She has published papers in
seminars/conferences. Her areas of interest are Rural development, Non-conventional
Energy, Power System & Power Electronics.
She has taken active participation in developing various training packages on 'Textile,
Clothing & Footwear' during 2003-2005 under National Vocational Education Qualification
and Certification Framework (NVEQCF) programme of MHRD and various curricula on
'Organized Retail Sector' during 2009-2011 under National Skill Development Mission
(NSDM) of MHRD, Government of India.

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PS01

CU87

PS06

BBSR17

GUW15

CU77

ICT10

8
9
10

CU83
CU85
CU87

11

PS20

Programme Title
Formulation of Operational Plan for
MHRD Sponsored PWD Scheme
Power Generation from Energy
Resources
Role of Technical Institutions in
Community Development
Power Generation from Energy
Resources
Estimating & Costing of NonConventional Energies

Date
From
To
25-04-2016
29-04-2016
25-07-2016

29-07-2016

08-08-2016

12-08-2016

05-09-2016

09-09-2016

21-11-2016

25-11-2016

Renewable Energy Sources and


Emerging Technologies
Renewable Energy Sources and
Emerging Technologies

05-12-2016

09-12-2016

12-12-2016

16-12-2016

Power Electronics Applications


Power System Analysis
Power Generation from Energy
Resources
Community Development through
Technical Institutes

16-01-2017
06-02-2017
20-02-2017

20-01-2017
10-02-2017
24-02-2017

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

A teacher who is attempting to teach without


inspiring the pupil is hammering on cold iron.

- Horace Mann
www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

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Dr. Soumitra Kumar Mandal


Phone: 91 (033) 66251970 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 970)
Email: mandal_soumitra@yahoo.com/skmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Soumitra Kumar Mandal is a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering,
National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR), Kolkata since 2004. He
obtained B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from Bengal Engineering College, Shibpur, Calcutta
University and M.Tech in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Power Electronics from
Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He obtained Ph.D degree from Punjab
University, Chandigarh. He has taught various subjects of Electrical Engineering at Undergraduate
and Post Graduate level for the past 20 years. He has published about fifty papers in International
and National Journals and Conferences. His research interests are in the field of Computer Control
Drives, Microprocessor and Microcontroller based system design, embedded system design and
Neuro-fuzzy computing.

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Code
GUW02
CU54

CU58

4
5
6

CU65
ICT06
CU71

7
8

CU75
CU81

CU82

10

GUW24

11

ICT14

Programme Title
CAD for Digital Electronics
Power
electronics
&
Thyristorbased Control System
8085 & 8086, Microprocessor,
Architecture, Programming &
Interfacing
CAD for Digital Electronics
Laboratory Instruction
Laboratory & Workshop Manual
for Electrical, Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering
Electrical Machines and Drives
LABVIEW & MATLAB Applications
in Engineering
Electrical
Power
System
&
Protection
8085 & 8086, Microprocessor,
Architecture, Programming &
Interfacing
Control & Automation

Date
From
18-04-2016
23-05-2016

To
22-04-2016
27-05-2016

20-06-2016

01-07-2016

08-08-2016
05-09-2016
26-09-2016

12-08-2016
09-09-2016
07-10-2016

21-11-2016
26-12-2016

25-11-2016
06-01-2017

09-01-2017

13-01-2017

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

You have to dream before your dreams


come true.

- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam


84

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Subrata Chattopadhyay
Phone: (0674) 2300776
Email: subrata0507@gmail.com/schattopadhyay@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Subrata Chattopadhyay is a faculty member in Electrical Engineering Department and In


Charge of Extension Center, Bhubaneswar. He received his Ph. D (Tech) in Instrumentation
Engineering from the University of Calcutta, India in 2006, preceded by M. Tech [Instrumentation],
B. Tech. [Electrical] and B. Sc in Physics, in 1993, 1991 and 1987 respectively.
He served as a Deputy Manager [Projects & Maintenance] in Electrical and Instrumentation
Engineering of Chemical and Manufacturing Industries in India and then joined as an Assistant
Professor in Electrical Engineering Department at this Institute in 2003. At present he is working
as a Professor in Electrical Engineering and In-charge of NITTTR Kolkata Extension Centre,
Bhubaneshwar. He introduced, as head of Electrical Engineering Department, a new Post Graduate
Programme [M. Tech. in Mechatronics Engineering], the first of its kind in Eastern India at NITTTR
Kolkata, with required development of the Department to accommodate the same. He is highly
involved in Teaching and Research and his present investigation is on innovation of noble
techniques of measurement & control based on Sensor and Transducer development, Process
Automation, PLC and Distributed Control System, Mechatronics, Robotics etc. He has nearly 70
publications in various International and National journals and conferences to his name.

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BBSR01

2
3

BBSR05
BBSR10

4
5
6
7

CU57
BBSR11
BBSR15
BBSR18

8
9
10

BBSR23
BBSR24
ICT11
(BBSR)
GUW26

11

Programme Title
PLC, LABVIEW and its
applications
Medical Instrumentation
Advanced Process Control &
Instrumentation System
Medical Instrumentation
Induction Training
DC Machines & Transformers
Sensors, Transducers &
Actuators
Laboratory Development
Mechatronics & Automation
Advanced Process Control
Advanced Process Control &
Instrumentation System

Date
From
04-04-2016

To
08-04-2016

02-05-2016
13-06-2016

06-05-2016
17-06-2016

20-06-2016
11-07-2016
22-08-2016
19-09-2016

01-07-2016
15-07-2016
26-08-2016
23-09-2016

21-11-2016
28-11-2016
09-01-2017

25-11-2016
02-12-2016
13-01-2017

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

If you cant explain it simply, you dont


understand it well enough.

- Albert Einstein
www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

85

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Subrata Mondal
Phone: 91 (033) 66251917 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 917)
Email: subratamondal@yahoo.com/subratamondal@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Subrata Mondal is an Assistant Professor at the National Institute of Technical Teachers Training &
Research (NITTTR), Salt Lake City, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Prior to this assignment, Dr. Mondal has
worked at The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Earlier, he was employed with
various universities such as National University of Singapore, Singapore; Colorado State University, USA;
Monash University, Australia; and The University of Queensland, Australia. He got his doctoral degree in
Polymer Science from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR, M.Tech in Fiber Sc. &
Tech. from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and B.Tech. in Textile Technology from the
University of Calcutta. Dr. Subrata Mondal has immense interest in the field of interdisciplinary research
and teaching relating to polymeric biomaterial for soft tissue engineering, novel membrane separation,
polymer composite, nanocomposite and bio composite, smart polymeric materials, functional textiles,
and laboratory safety management.
As of now he has 42 referred international journal publications, 2 USA patents, 4 book chapters, 6 nonreferred journal papers and 18 conferences with citation over 1400, h-index 17 and i-10 index of 24.
Currently, Dr. Mondal is an editorial board member of International Journal of Chemical Engineering,
International Journal of Polymer Science, Journal of Membrane Science and Technology, Journal of
Chemistry, Journal of Chemical Engineering and Material Science, and International Journal of Membrane
Science and Technology. So far, he has reviewed over 150 manuscripts from over 75 different referred
journals. Based on his research performances, he has received several international awards. Dr. Mondals
researches have been featured in Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) television channel,
Queensland Business Review and Australias Anthill (Australias largest online communities for
entrepreneurs). Dr. Mondal has also reviewed research proposal from USA-Israel BARD fund (www.bardisus.com).

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Code
CU124

MGT03

CU127

CU129

CU115

6
7

BBSR29
GUW21

ICT13

Programme Title
Polymer Composites and
Nanocomposites
Laboratory Safety
Management
Membranes for Water
Treatment: Challenges and
Opportunities
Functional
Textiles
and
Protections

Date
From
To
09-05-2016
13-05-2016
20-06-2016

24-06-2016

11-07-2016

15-07-2016

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

Fundamentals and
Applications of
Nanomaterials

26-12-2016

30-12-2016

Intelligent Textile Materials


Waste Water Treatment:
Pollution Control and Reuse
Safety Management in
Chemical Laboratory

09-01-2017
06-02-2017

13-01-2017
10-02-2017

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

Live as if you were to die tomorrow, Learn


as if you were to live forever.

- Mahatma Gandhi
86

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

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Shri Sukanta Kumar Naskar


Phone: 91 (033) 66251932(D) / 66251919 (Extn: 932)
Email: sukanta_naskar@yahoo.com/sknaskar@nitttrkol.ac.in

Shri Sukanta Kumar Naskar is attached to Curriculum Development Centre of National Institute of
Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR)-Kolkata since 2008. He joined NITTTR-Kolkata
in the year of 1997 as faculty member of Educational Planning and Management. He did his B.Tech.
with honours from Jadavpur University and M.Tech from IIT-Kharagpur. He taught subjects related
to Production Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at undergraduate and post graduate levels.
He is having experience in handling various education project related to Technical Education System
including World Bank Assisted Technician Education (Tech. Ed.) Project. He has around twenty
publications in national and international journals and conference proceedings. He also contributed
as presenter in developing five Educational Video films. His areas of interest include Total Quality
Management, Project Management, Human Resource Management, Industrial Management and
has conducted short term training programmes in the related fields.

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MGT01

MGT02

BBSR14

4
5
6
7
8

ICT04
GUW12
BBSR19
MGT05
GUW14

MGT06

10
11
12

BBSR30
PS17
GUW23

Programme Title
Institutional Management in
Technical Education Perspective
Human Resource ManagementTechnical Education Perspective
Design and Implementation of
Technical Curricula in Recent
Perspective.
Strategic Management
Effective Training
Project Management
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Design and implementation of
technical curricula in recent
perspective.
Research Methodology in
Management
Strategic Management
Effective Training
Quality Management & its
Implementation

Date
From
To
18-04-2016
22-04-2016
20-06-2016

24-06-2016

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

22-08-2016
19-09-2016
03-10-2016
07-11-2016
15-11-2016

26-08-2016
23-09-2016
07-10-2016
11-11-2016
19-11-2016

12-12-2016

16-12-2016

16-01-2017
13-02-2017
27-02-2017

20-01-2017
17-02-2017
03-03-2017

The function of education is to teach one to think


intensively and to think critically, intelligence plus
character that is the goal of true education.

- Martin Luther King, Jr.


www.nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

87

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

Dr. Tushar Kanti Dey


Phone: 91 (033) 66251921 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 921)
Email: tkdiitr@gmail.com / tkdey@nitttrkol.ac.in

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Dr. Tushar Kanti Dey is a faculty member in the department of Civil Engineering, NITTTR,
Kolkata. He obtained his doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee after
completing M. Tech from National Institute of Technology Durgapur. Dr. Dey has worked as a
Junior Research Fellow in Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee for almost 3 years. Earlier, he
worked as Lecturer at Thapar University, Patiala. He has 16 publications in reputed International
Journals and Conferences. Apart from Teaching and R&D, he has also been involved in
workshops/conferences, installation of laboratory, preparation of course materials and laboratory
handouts. He is a Member of Institution of Engineers (India) (MIE). He has been a reviewer of
projects/publications at various levels for the last few years. Recently, he has acted as a reviewer
for book published by the Journal of Bridge Engineering, ASCE. He is also involved in paper
setting for UG and PG for Punjab Technical Universities and other Universities/autonomous
colleges. He has been actively involved in NBA, TIET and ABET accreditation works.

Prog.
Code
CU02

CU03

CU16

4
5
6

GUW20
CU24
MGT07

BBSR36

Programme Title
Finite Element Method in Civil
Engineering
Application
of
Auto
CAD
in
Engineering Drawing
Testing of Material for Concrete and
Design of Concrete Mixes
Introduction to Python Programming
Testing of Pavement Material
Occupational
Health
&Safety
Management, OHSAS :1801
Surveying by Total Station

Date
From
To
02-05-2016
13-05-2016
16-05-2016

20-05-2016

12-12-2016

23-12-2016

09-01-2017
06-02-2017
20-02-2017

13-01-2017
17-02-2017
24-02-2017

06-03-2017

10-03-2017

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I


remember. Involve me and I learn.

- Bengamin Franklin
88

NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017

Dr. Uday Chand Kumar


Phone: 91 (033) 66251998 (D)/ 66251919 (Extn: 998)
Email: udaychandkumar@gmail.com/uckumar@nitttrkol.ac.in

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Dr. Uday Chand Kumar is a faculty member in the Department of Community Development & Rural
Technology and his area of Interest is in Rural Development.
He graduated from the University of North Bengal in Civil Engineering and obtained his post graduate degree
in the area of Civil Engineering from M.I.T. Muzaffarpur.
He worked in Ghosh & Ghosh as a Consultancy Officer, Architectural Design Cell, Cuttack and Bhattacharya
& Associate then R.K. Mission Shilpamandir, Belur as Lecturer. He did his Ph. D from ISM, Dhanbad and he
also completed Master Degree in Science (Ecology & Environment), Master of Arts (Rural Development). Dr.
Kumar joined NITTTR, Kolkata in 1994.
Dr. U. C. Kumar has offered several STTPs in the areas of Rural Development, Disaster Management, Rural
Water Supply and Sanitation, West Management etc., He has published a number of papers in various
National & International Journals.

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7
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BBSR04
BBSR09
CU07
BBSR12
CU09
BBSR16
BBSR21
CU13

9
10

ICT09
CU20

11
12

CU23
BBSR32

13

CU26

Programme Title
Disaster Management
Rural Engineering
Rural Engineering
Construction Management
Disaster Management
Watershed Management
Real Estate Management
Solid Waste from the Society &
Environmental Sanitation
Rural Engineering
Sustainable Rural Development
Alternative Source of Energy
Watershed Management
Solid Waste from the Society &
Environmental Sanitation
Construction Management

Date
From
25-04-2016
06-06-2016
27-06-2016
18-07-2016
01-08-2016
29-08-2016
24-10-2016
07-11-2016

To
29-04-2016
10-06-2016
01-07-2016
22-07-2016
05-08-2016
02-09-2016
28-10-2016
11-11-2016

05-12-2016
02-01-2017

09-12-2016
06-01-2017

16-01-2017
06-02-2017

20-01-2017
10-02-2017

27-03-2017

31-03-2017

Education is not the learning of facts, but


the training of the mind to think.

- Albert Einstein
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STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


Dr. Urmila Kar
Phone: 91 (033) 66251931 (D) / 66251919 (Extn: 931)
Email: urmilakar@rediffmail.com/ urmilakar@nitttrkol.ac.in

Dr. Urmila Kar is a faculty member in Curriculum Development Centre of NITTTR, Kolkata since 2008
and has more than 25 years of teaching experience at Graduate and Post-Graduate levels. Her
present research area includes Nonlinear System Dynamics and Control, Fuzzy Logic Control,
Engineering Education, Competency Based Curriculum Design, Design and Implementation of
Outcome Based Curriculum. She obtained her BE degree in Electrical Engineering from Regional
Engineering College, Silchar and MEE degree with specialization in Control System from Jadavpur
University. She obtained her doctoral degree in the area of Fuzzy Logic Control from Jadavpur
University, Kolkata.
Since joining at the Institute, Dr. Kar has offered several Short Term Training Programmes (STTP)
in the areas of Electric Circuits, Linear and Nonlinear Control, Fuzzy Logic Control, MATLAB and its
Application in Engineering, Exposure to Scilab, Design and Implementation of Technical Curriculum,
Competency Based Curriculum Design, Design and Implementation of Outcome Based Curriculum,
Effective Teaching and Students performance Evaluation etc. She has published more than 20
papers in various National, International Journals and Conference Proceedings and is a member of
the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) and life member of Indian Society of Technical Education
(ISTE) and All India Association for Educational Research (AIAER). At present, she is functioning as
Academic Coordinator of the Institute.

List of Short-Term Training Programme


SL.
No
1

Prog.
Code
CU62

BBSR14

CU67

CU69

CU72

GUW14

CU79

PS18

ICT15

Programme Title
Simulation and Analysis of
Nonlinear and Adaptive Control
Systems
Design and Implementation of
Technical Curricula in Recent
Perspective.
Application of MATLAB Control
System, Image Processing and
Fuzzy Logic Tool Box
Simulation & Analysis of Electrical
Circuits
Teaching Control (Linear &
Nonlinear) Systems
Design and implementation of
technical curricula in recent
perspective.
Application of MATLAB in Electrical
Engineering
Assessment Tools for Outcome
Based Education
Design and Implementation of
Outcome Based Curriculum

Date
From
25-07-2016

To
29-07-2016

01-08-2016

05-08-2016

22-08-2016

02-09-2016

19-09-2016

23-09-2016

17-10-2016

28-10-2016

15-11-2016

19-11-2016

19-12-2016

30-12-2016

27-02-2017

03-03-2017

20-03-2017

24-03-2017

The Principal goal of education is to create individuals


who are capable of doing new things, not simply of
repeating what other generations have done.

- Jean Piaget
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NITTTR, Kolkata

www.nitttrkol.ac.in

STTP SCHEDULE 2016 - 2017


E-mail Addresses and Phone Numbers of Faculty Members
Name
Dr. Anuradha De
Shri Arpan Kumar Mondal
Dr. Dipankar Bose
Ms. Habiba Hussain
Dr. Indrajit Saha
Dr. Jagat Jyoti Mandal
Dr. Kinsuk Giri
Mrs. Mithu Dey
Shri Nirmal Kumar Mandal
Dr. Phalguni Gupta
Dr. Prasanta Sarkar
Shri Rajeev Chatterjee
Dr. Ranjan Dasgupta
Dr. Rayapati Subba Rao
Dr. Sagarika Pal
Dr. Sailendra Nath Mandal
Dr. Samir Roy
Dr. Samiran Mandal
Dr. Santanu Bhanja
Dr. Sekhar Chakraborty
Mrs. Sheela Yadav Rai
Dr. Soumitra Kumar Mandal
Dr. Subrata Chattopadhyay
Dr. Subrata Mondal
Shri Sukanta Kumar Naskar
Dr. Tushar Kanti Dey
Dr. Uday Chand Kumar
Dr. Urmila Kar

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Email-ID
anuradhade52@yahoo.com, anuradha@nitttrkol.ac.in
arpan.nitttrk@gmail.com, arpan@nitttrkol.ac.in
dipan88@yahoo.co.in, dbose@nitttrkol.ac.in
habs2@rediffmail.com, habiba.hussain@nitttrkol.ac.in
indra.raju@gmail.com, indrajit@nitttrkol.ac.in
jjm_civil03@yahoo.co.in, jjmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in
kinsuk84@gmail.com, kinsuk@nitttrkol.ac.in
mithudey2007@rediffmail.com, mdey@nitttrkol.ac.in
mandal_nirmal@yahoo.com, nkmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in
pg.nitttr.kol@gmail.com, phalgunigupta@nitttrkol.ac.in
sarkarprasant@gmail.com, sarkarprasant@yahoo.com,
psarkar@nitttrkol.ac.in
chatterjee.rajeev@gmail.com, rajeev@nitttrkol.ac.in
ranjandasgupta@hotmail.com, ranjandasgupta@nitttrkol.ac.in
rssubbarao@hotmail.com, rsrao@nitttrkol.ac.in
spal922@yahoo.co.in, sagarikapal@nitttrkol.ac.in
drsailen@hotmail.com, snmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in
samir.cst@gmail.com, sroy@nitttrkol.ac.in
samiran_m04@yahoo.com, samiran.mandal@nitttrkol.ac.in
san244in@yahoo.com, sbhanja@nitttrkol.ac.in
sekhar_nitttr@yahoo.com, schakraborty@nitttrkol.ac.in
sheelayadavrai2007@mail.com, sheelayadavrai@nitttrkol.ac.in
mandal_soumitra@yahoo.com, skmandal@nitttrkol.ac.in
subrata0507@gmail.com, schattopadhyay@nitttrkol.ac.in
subratamondal@yahoo.com, subratamondal@nitttrkol.ac.in
sukanta_naskar@yahoo.com, sknaskar@nitttrkol.ac.in
tkdiitr@gmail.com, tkdey@nitttrkol.ac.in
udaychandkumar@yahoo.com, uckumar@nitttrkol.ac.in
urmilakar@rediffmail.com, urmilakar@nitttrkol.ac.in

NITTTR, Kolkata

Telephone No.
66251992
66251985
66251981
66251947
66251930
66251920
66251994
66251964
66251973
66251900
66251937
66251909
66251954
66251974
66251938
66251908
66251988
66251982
66251923
66251959
66251997
66251970
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66251917
66251932
66251921
66251998
66251931

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For further information, please contact:


The Consultant
NITTTR Kolkata Extension Centre,
Guwahati
Girls Polytechnic Campus,
Bamuni Maidan
Guwahati-781 021
Assam
Tel/Fax: +91 (361) 2652344

The Academic Coordinator


NITTTR, Kolkata
Block-FC, Sector-III
Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700 106
Tele/Fax: (033) 2358-7442/66251901
PBX : +91-(33) 66251919
Fax: +91 (33) 2337-6331
Email: academic@nitttrkol.ac.in
academicnitttr@yahoo.com

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The Consultant
NITTTR Kolkata Extension Centre,
Bhubaneswar
Government Polytechnic Campus,
Chandrasekharpur
Bhubaneswar-751 023
Odisha
Tel/Fax: +91 (674) 2300776
Email: nitttrbbsr2000@gmail.com