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TECHNICAL, INDUSTRIAL, VOCATIONAL & ENTREPRENEUSHIP TRAINING

DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER OPTION) CURRICULUM

MODULE I MODULE IIMODULE IIIEXAMS

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MODULE I – ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION SYSTEMS

3.0.1 Introduction

3.0.1 General Objectives

3.0.3 Key Competence

3.1.0. Communication Skills (66 Hours)

4.1.0. Life Skills (66 Hours)

5.1.0. Information and Communications Technology (99 Hours)

6.1.0. Entrepreneurship (66 Hours)

7.1.0. Engineering Mathematics (66 Hours)

8.1.0. Physical Science (48 Hours)

9.1.0. Mechanical Science (66 Hours)

10.1.0. Materials, Processes and Workshop Practice (66 Hours)

11.1.0. Engineering Drawing (66 Hours)

12.1.0. Electrical Engineering Principles (66 Hours)

13.1.0. Electrical Installation Practice (117 Hours)

14.1.0. Solar Installation Systems (66 Hours)

15.1.0. Analogue Electronics I (66 Hours)

16.1.0. Electrical Measurements and Fault Diagnostics (66 Hours)

MODULE II - ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION AND TRANSMISSION

17.2.0 Control Systems (66 Hours)

18.2.0 Analogue Electronics II (88 Hours)

19.2.0 Engineering Mathematics II (66 Hours)

20.2.0 Digital Electronics (66 Hours)

21.2.0 Engineering Drawing and Design (44 Hours)

22.2.0 Industrial Programmable Logic Controllers (66 Hours)

23.2.0 Business Plan (44 Hours)

24.2.0 Electric Circuit Analysis I (66 Hours)

25.2.0 Building Services and Protection (66 Hours)

26.2.0 Electric Power Generation and Transmission (88 Hours)

MODULE III-INDUSTRIAL MACHINES AND CONTROLS

27.3.0 Engineering Mathematics III (88 Hours)

28.3.0 Microcomputer Technology (44 Hours)

29.3.0 Industrial Organization and Management (66 Hours)

30.3.0 Microprocessor Systems (66 Hours)

31.3.0 Estimating, Tendering and Engineering Services Contracts (66 Hours)

32.3.0 Trade Project (44 Hours)

33.3.0 Electromagnetic Fields Theory (44 Hours)

34.3.0 Machines and Utilization (88 Hours)

35.3.0 Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution (88 Hours)

36.3.0 Power Electronics (66 Hours)