We lay strong emphasis on the Teaching methodology that we adopt, so that every engineer who joins us, leaves with strong technical knowledge. We begin with going “Back to the Basics” and make sure that every student is made conversant with Electrical Fundamentals. What differentiates us from other institutes is, this approach to learning, where each and every student gets to work on real controllers to get a feel of the actual Project environment.
we realized is a fast growing field and there is going to be a huge demand for
Automation engineers in India & abroad. With special impetus being given to
manufacturing, in order to meet global standards of productivity, efficiency
and quality, industries have to use Automation. Every Machine Manufacturer,
System Integrator and End User has a need for Automation engineers and this
need is only going to increase.
In spite of this
need, the Industry is unwilling to pay these starting Engineers highly because
they know that the skill levels are quite low and they have to invest time,
resources and money in training them. That is where we want to make a
difference. Since we are also part of this Industry, we know what is expected
out of Engineers and hence we have designed our curriculum, class rooms and lab
in such a way that we can prepare them to be deployable on projects as soon as
they are recruited.
There are many
types of controllers in the world and it is impossible for an Engineer to learn
all of them. Technology keeps evolving and changing. We prepare them to learn
on their own. We teach them the nuances of Solution
building so that even when faced
with a new set of devices, they are confident enough to work on them.
From Automobiles to Agro-products. From Hardware to Software. From Satellites to Submarines. From Televisions to Telecom. From Pharma to Biotech. From Paper to Power Plants. From Roads to Bridges. From Houses to Smart Cities. From Friendship to Partnership. From Profit to Progress. Whatever you want to make: Make in India.
The Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi, has launched the ‘Make in India’ initiative to place India on the world map as a manufacturing hub and give global recognition to the Indian economy. As a result of this, India’s manufacturing sector could touch US$ 1 trillion by 2025. Several mobile phone, luxury and automobile brands, among others, have set up or are looking to establish their manufacturing bases in the country. The focus of the Make in India programme is on 25 sectors.
Thanks to this initiative and the increase in foreign direct investment, the year 2016 is anticipated to create about 3.5 million job opportunities. A survey conducted by the Indian arm of US-based staffing firm, ManpowerGroup, said, employers predict an increase of almost 42% in the hiring numbers. “Industries like manufacturing and automation will now witness a major boost,” said AG Rao, group MD, ManpowerGroup India, at the “Make in India” week celebration in February 2016. Growth, Productivity, Efficiency, Return on Investment are all terms associated with Automation. To achieve the goals that we, as a country, have set for ourselves, Automation is a necessity. Opportunities are tremendous and growth potential is enormous. What is needed is Knowledge & Skill, which is where we come in.
This is a 6 month program. This is a comprehensive program
where students learn theory of PLCs, HMIs, VFDs and Servo Controllers,
along with SCADA. Focussed attention is paid on students picking up Programming
skills irrespective of the Controller. Once they are confident with their
Programming techniques, they are introduced to actual PLCs & HMIs. They
learn SCADA development and integration with PLCs. Finally they work on VFDs
& Servo Controllers.
the end of this course, you will be able to program on most known brands of PLC
& HMI, for medium applications. You will be able to architect a display
philosophy and develop an application for monitoring, control & acquisition
of data. You will also be able to program VFD/Servo Controller for
position/speed/torque based applications.