Origin

After the Indian independence, there was a realization of the need for the development in all fields-production both agricultural and industrial, education, health etc. However, in the then existing education system, only a very minute percent of the youngsters were able to obtain admission to some professional courses, eventually producing young people for a white-collared clerical job. At the same time it was found that for industrial development, basic man-power at the grass root level, i.e as skilled and semi-skilled technicians was lacking by and large the country. It was under such a background that the Hebich Technical Training School (now Institute) was formed in 1964 under the dedicated service of two German technicians Mr. A.Bauer and Mr. H.Weber. The Basel Mission which was at the forefront of service to the community in several fields saw that by starting a Technical Training Institute on the pattern of the training imparted to youngsters in W. Germany they could serve the society and the nation in many ways. It was planned to be a job-oriented 4 year course in the field of production shop/tool room in the mechanical engineering line.

Fees and General Rules

Fees: As  fixed  by  the  Management  from  time  to  time  to  be  paid  before admission. No stipend, scholarship or freeship will be given by the Institute. No refund of any fees paid is admissible.

General Rules : All the general rules and regulations of the Institute in force at the time of admission to the advanced course and those that may be modified / framed during the period of training will have to be strictly adhered to.

Subject of Theoretical Instruction

(a)   Workshop Technology

Description of lathe, lathe tools, accessories, turning operation; shaping; slotting, planning-machines, tools and operations; types of milling machines, milling cutters, milling operations; accesories to milling machines; cylindrical and surface grinding, tools grinding, centreless grinding; necessary calculations for setting up of machines; safety precautions with tools and machines.

Workshop Technology

(b)   Estimation

Estimation of Weights and material costs; calculation of labour charges; overhead expenses; depreciation of machinery, apportioning overhead expenses in the estimation; costing, calculation of prime cost, production cost and total cost. Machine Hour Rate; Machining time for various operations.

(c)   Machine Design

'Strength of materials; stresses; Belt drive; Gear drive; Transmission of torque by shafts; Coupling bolts; Pressure vessels.  Feed and Speed of cutting, Beams.

(d)   Industrial Management Industrial economics-Types of management-Plant layout and Materials handling – Personnel Management – Materials Management – Production Management – Industrial legislation; wage and wage administration.

(e)   Design and Drawing Assembly and Detail Drawings, Machine Parts, Gears, Springs, bearing, job holding devices – mandrels, collets, design of jigs and fixtures.

(f)   Personality development & Communication

Advance Spoken English training, Time Management, Financial Management, Communication skills, Interview skills.

AIMS

  1. To impart high skill
  2. To stress dignity of labour
  3. To practice mature thinking
  4. To train in self reliance
  5. To respect moral values
  6. To regard spiritual values
  7. To value devotion to work
  8. To keep abreast of new developments in one’s occupation
  9. To provide Job oriented training
  10. To inculcate and maintain high discipline.