Courses that are offered are divided into two major groups; which include long courses and short professional and tailor-made courses.
Long Courses The long courses are further subdivided into part time Ordinary Diploma courses (NTA 4 - NTA 6) and part time National Vocational Training Award courses (NVTA 1 - NVTA 3).
The Ordinary Diploma courses include automotive technology, electrical engineering, telecommunication and civil engineering. The National Vocational Training Award courses include automotive mechanics, masonry, Electrical installation, motor rewinding, air conditioning and refrigeration, computer maintenance, radio and TV servicing, welding and fabrication, and fitter and turner.
Professional and Tailor-Made Courses Professional or Tailor-made courses which are run on short term bases include, computer application programs, auto electrics circuit wiring, maintenance and repair, auto electronics maintenance and repair, AutoCAD, diesel engine maintenance and repair, automotive body maintenance and repair, motor rewinding, design of welding machines, maintenance and repair of air conditioners and refrigerators
Computer maintenance and repair, radio and TV servicing, construction management, irrigation scheme management, welding and fabrication techniques, and fitter and turner.
Industrial Practical Training section (IPT)
Introduction Industrial Practical Training (IPT) is among the components covered in the three years Ordinary Diploma Certificate and Undergraduate programs in Engineering. Industrial Practical Training in this context means practical training taken by all eligible students outside the College at a given time of the academic year in industries, factories, workshops, laboratories or at construction sites
Objectives of Industrial Practical Training • To give students an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge and skills gained during the tutorial semesters to real practical situations in industries/fields. • To increase skills gained in the College workshops and to get used to different equipment not used at the Colleges/Institutes • To realize the importance of cooperation and good humanrelationship at a workplace • To give students a chance to appreciate and participate in manual work • To give students an opportunity to appreciate that cost estimation and efficiency are important factors to be considered during engineering decisions • To give students a chance to know organizational and management problems in engineering activities • To give students a chance to identify projects that can be done during their course work.