QF - Attendant Operator Chemical Plant.pdf

Attendant Operator (Chemical Plant) (CTS)

  • Last Revised
  • CodeDGT/1046
  • SectorChemicals & Petrochemicals
  • NSQF LevelLevel 5
  • Notional Hours4160
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    ATTENDANT OPERATOR (Chemical Plant) has a wide scope of Employability ranging from self-employment, contractual employment to Industrial jobs. On successful completion of this course, the candidates shall be gainfully employed in the industries for following occupations:
    • Laboratory Assistant, Physical
    • Laboratory Assistant, Chemical
    • Process Man, Chemical
    • Bearing Maintenance
    • Reactor Convertor Operator
    • Pump Man (Petroleum Refining)
    • Evaporator Operator
    • Continuous Still Operator, Petroleum
    • Continuous Still Operator, Chemical
    • Crusher Operator, Chemical
    • Autoclave Operator
    • Batch Still Operator, Chemical
    • Ammonia Operator/Ammonia Plant Operator
    • Acid Plant Operator
    • Digester Operator, Paper Pulp
    • Mixing Machine Man Attendant (Chemical)
    • Filter Press Operator
    • Hydro Extractor Operator
    • Drying Chamber Attendant (Drugs)/Chamber Operators
    • Extraction Attendant, Chemical
    • In public sector and private industries in India & abroad.
    • Self employment

  • 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, ITI passed out 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 ‘AOCP’ can also appear for the NCVT Examination in the relevant semester and Trade directly.

  • Qualification File QF - Attendant Operator Chemical Plant.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Estimated size (Hours) Level
    Semester – I
    • Plan and organize the work to make job as per specification applying different types of basic fitting operations and Check for dimensional accuracy. [Basic fitting operations – marking, Hack-sawing, punching, Chiselling, Filing, Drilling, countersinking 280 4
    • Plan and organize the work to make job as per specification applying different types of basic fitting operations and Check for dimensional accuracy. [Basic fitting operations – marking, Hack-sawing, punching, Chiselling, Filing, Drilling, countersinking 80 4
    • Select and ascertain measuring instrument and measure dimension of components and record data. 40 5
    • Set up apparatus, instrument and conduct experiments in Physics laboratory to determine physical quantity/constants and verify laws. 200 5
    • Set up apparatus, instrument and conduct experiments in Chemistry laboratory to determine concentration of solutions, PH, melting point, boiling point, compare properties of metals & alloys, prepare chemicals. 160 5
    Semester – II
    • Plan, identify and perform different operations/experiments related to safety and general awareness in chemical industry. [Different Operations – select and operate fire extinguisher, identify chemical hazards, read & obtain relevant data from MSDS, det 80 4
    • Identify and install/connect instrument/devices to measure pressure, temperature, flow and level, density and record readings. [Different instrument/devices – Bourdon tube pressure gauge, capsule type gauge, mercury in glass thermometer, bimetal thermom 240 5
    • Apply a range of skills to execute pipe joints, dismantle & assemble valves & fittings with pipes and test for leakages. [Range of skills – Cutting, Threading, gasket cutting, lagging of pipeline, Joining and use of locking devices] 240 5
    • Plan, study, dismantle, clean and assemble different machines &components used for fluid transportation & check functionality. [Different Machines & Components – Pumps-centrifugal, gear pump, metering pump, screw pump, multistage compressor] 160 5
    • Plan, dismantle, repair and assemble different damaged mechanical components used for power transmission & check functionality. [Different Mechanical Components-, Gearbox, bearings] 80 5
    Semester – III
    • Plan, identify & perform experiments to determine viscosity of oil & select oil for particular application at certain temperature, Reynold’s Number to predict flow pattern in a conduit. 80 5
    • Plan, identify & perform experiments to measure the flow rate of a fluid using given flow measuring instrument, and hence coefficient of discharge. 160 5
    • Draw the operating characteristics of different types of pumps to find the optimum conditions for operating the pump and its selection. 120 4
    • Determine experimentally the pressure drop due to friction for a fluid flowing through a pipe, verify the effect of pipe roughness on friction, and express the frictional loss in fittings and valves through the Equivalent length of fittings. 80 5
    • Plan, identify & operate different Heat exchange equipments & calculate heat transfer rate. [Heat exchange equipment’s-Double Pipe Heat exchanger, Shell & tube Heat exchanger, plate heat exchanger] 160 5
    • Plan, identify & operate different Evaporators to obtain economy & heat transfer rate. [Evaporation equipment’s- Vertical tube evaporator, multiple effect evaporator] 80 5
    • Plan, identify & operate cyclone separator to remove particulates from an air, gas, or liquid. 40 5
    • Plan, identify & operate packed distillation column, sieve tray column, identify effect of different packings, demonstrate the effect of height of packing, & effect of reflux ratio. 80 5
    • Identify, types the functionalities of pressure vessels; list various types of pressures, state various terminologies related to pressure vessels. 40 5
    Semester – IV
    • Identify, operate & state different types of extraction unit & select most appropriate extractor. 80 5
    • Operate an absorption column & carry out experiment to determine flooding velocity. Explain about gas absorption, packed tower and different types of packings. 80 5
    • Identify types of crystallization equipments and know their basic operations. 40 4
    • Identify, operate & state different types of filtration units. Study the parts and functions of plate and frame filter press & select appropriate unit. 160 5
    • Identify the different modules of DCS , function, Wire and connect I/OS field devices to the I/O Modules. 40 5
    • Identify modules of PLC, its function, Wire and connect the digital I/OS field devices to the I/O Module of PLC 40 5
    • Identify to operate different types of mixing equipment like ribbon blender. 40 5
    • Identify, operate different types of drying equipments & determine rate of drying. Demonstrate the effect of operating parameters on drying of solids. Identify the time of drying for the constant rate period & falling rate period. Select appropriate dry 40 5
    • Identify, demonstrate, operate different size reduction machines. Find out critical speed of the Ball mill. 120 5
    • Operate Screening Equipment. Determine screen effectiveness of a sieve. 40 5
    • Set up, operate humidification & dehumidification operations. Measure dry bulb & wet bulb temperatures and find out relative humidity. Demonstrate & Operate cooling tower. 80 4
    • Identify & demonstrate the various types of conveyors like belt conveyor, screw conveyer and bucket elevators and list their components and uses. 40 5
    • Conduct sedimentation operation and draw sedimentation curve. Differentiate between settling, sedimentation and decantation operations. 25 4
    • Identify the function of Chemical reactor; list various types of chemical reactors, state various accessories of Chemical reactors. 15 5
    Generic Learning Outcomes
    42. Recognize & comply safe working practices, environment regulation and housekeeping. 20 5
    43. Understand and explain different mathematical calculation & science in the field of study including basic electrical. [Different mathematical calculation & science -Work, Power & Energy, Algebra, Geometry & Mensuration, Trigonometry, Heat & Temperatur 25 5
    44. Interpret specifications, different engineering drawing and apply for different application in the field of work. [Different engineering drawing- Geometrical construction, Dimensioning, Layout, Method of representation, Symbol, scales, Different Proje 15 5
    45. Select and ascertain measuring instrument and measure dimension of components and record data. 55 4
    46. Explain the concept in productivity, quality tools, and labour welfare legislation and apply such in day to day work to improve productivity & quality. 35 5
    47. Explain energy conservation, global warming and pollution and contribute in day to day work by optimally using available resources. 15
    48. Explain personnel finance, entrepreneurship and manage/organize related task in day to day work for personal & societal growth. 10
    49. Plan and organize the work related to the occupation. 10
    50. Revision, Project work and Examination 15
    Sub Total (A) 4160
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