Draughtsman Mechanical (ATS)
- Job Description Follow instructions from Mechanical Engineer and calculate dimensions as required, from available materials (sample). Responsible to develop mechanical design from concept through detailed drawing, understand and help to develop company prepares drawings of machines, plants, mechanical components, equipment, etc. Draws to scale detailed drawings, assembly drawings, showing plain, elevations, sectional views etc. according to nature of work and operations required. Convert IDW files to DWG files& update them.Has the ability to visualize the job, good coordination, mechanical attitude, manual dexterity and perform work related mathematical calculation.
- SectorCapital Goods & Manufacturing
- Notional Hours3120
- Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
- Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
- Proposed Occupation
Draughtsman Mechanicalhas a wide scope of Employability ranging from self-employment, contractual employment to Industrial and Drawing office jobs. On successful completion of this course, the candidates shall be gainfully employed in the industries for following occupations:
- Draughtsman Mechanical
- International Comparability
1. Existence of any official document suggesting the comparability of the qualification with the qualifications in other countries is not known.
2. However, NAC holder trainees are getting employment in many Gulf countries, European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore etc.
- Planned arrangements for RPL
1. At present the students who have passed 10th class with minimum 3 years’ experience in relevant field can appear for NCVT theory and practical semester examination directly.
2. The students who have passed SCVT examination in ‘DraughtsmanMechanical’ trade can also appear for the NCVT Examination in the relevant semester and Trade directly.
- Qualification File QF_ATS_Draughtsman Mechanical.pdf
- Supporting Documents
- Formal structure of the qualification
Title of unit or other component Estimated size (Hours) Level Practice and understand precautions to be followed while preparing drawing with instruments. 48 3 Prepare different types of documentation as per industrial need by different methods of recording information. 48 4 Construct different Geometrical figures using drawing Instruments. 144 4 Draw orthographic Projections giving proper dimensioning with title block using appropriate line type and scale. 96 5 Construct free hand sketches of simple machine parts such as tool post of a Lathe with correct proportions. 96 5 Draw Sectional views showing orthographic, isometric and oblique projections. 216 5 Develop surface and interpenetration of solid in orthographic projection. 96 5 Draw Different types of fasteners and locking devices as per BIS convention. 96 5 Acquire basic knowledge on tools and equipment of Allied trades viz. Fitter, Turner, Machinist, Sheet Metal Worker, Welder, Foundry man, Electrician and Maintenance Motor Vehicles and apply it in day to day work. 384 4 Draw different Couplings and Bearings with Tolerance Dimension and indicating surface finish symbol. 144 5 Create objects on Drawing Space using toolbars, commands and menus in CAD application software. 192 4 Total (Block-I) 1560 5 Customize object drawing on CAD using Toolbars viz. Draw, Modify, and Dimensioning. Format Layer and Style. 96 5 Draw detail and assembly Drawing of machine parts viz., Pulleys, Pipe fittings, Gears and Cams using CAD. 384 5 Draw IC Engine Parts with dimensioning and tolerance using CAD, applying quality concept. 240 5 Draw detail and assembly of Manufacturing and Process tools applying conventional signs & symbols using CAD. 96 5 Measure and inspect different components by using gauges and measuring instruments and check for accuracy without any assistance. 192 5 Create and plot a machine part with assembly, specify detail in Title Block and layout space in CAD. 120 5 Create production drawing of machine part. 192 5 Create objects using 3D Modeling Space and Print Preview and Plotting in CAD. 240 5 Total (Block-II) 1560 5 Basic Training, internal assessment and Examination 1000 5 Total 4120 5
- Formal structure of the qualification