What Is ITI Diesel Mechanic
ITI Diesel Mechanic is a course in which students learn to repair, maintain, build diesel engines. They are trained in the use of tools, machines, assembling, disassembling diesel engine parts, and so on.
It comes under Engineering Category.
Benefits Of ITI Diesel Mechanic
There are many benefits of this vocational course like the following:-
- The duration of the course is very small.
- Corse Fee is very less as compared to other courses.
- Students are provided with the skills required at the industrial level.
- Students can start their own diesel-mechanical shop after this course
The duration of the ITI Diesel Mechanic vocational course is of 1 year. There are 2 semesters each of 6 months.
To take admission into the ITI Diesel Mechanic course, you need to be at least 10th pass with science and mathematics.
College fee depends on various factors like whether you are taking admission in private or government college and in which state the college lies and so on.
The approximate fee in government colleges is from INR 2000 to INR 3000.
The approximate fee in private colleges is up to INR 30,000.
Note :- Fee may vary from college to college.
Syllabus Of ITI Diesel Mechanic
This course is divided into 2 subjects:-
- Trade Theory
- Trade Practical
Some topics that you will study in 1st semester of ITI Diesel Mechanic
|Trade Theory||Occupational Safety and health, System of Measurement, Cleaning Tools, Fasteners, knowledge about electricity like Ohm’s law, Resistance, Voltage, potential difference, etc., Drilling Machine, Battery, and Cells, Non-Destructive Testing.|
|Trade Practical||Practical knowledge about electricity, Practice of Drilling, cleaning, joining wire, making rectangular tray, and so on.|
Some topics that you will learn in the 2nd semester of ITI Diesel Mechanic
|Trade Theory||Principals of Diesel Engine, knowledge about pistons, Crank Shaft, Flywheel, Cooling System, Fuel System, Intake and Exhaust Sytems, Marine Engine, Stationary Engine, and so on.|
|Trade Practical||Practical knowledge of diesel engines, crankshaft, marine engine, and so on.|
- National Council Vocational Training (NCVT) – It is a national level certificate that you get when you pursue an ITI course from a national-level government college. NCVT certificate is much better than the SCVT certificate.
- State Council Vocational Training(SCVT) – It is a state-level certificate that you get when you pursue an ITI course from a state-level government college.
It is recommended that after completing the course you should do Apprentice Training. You can develop your practical skills through apprentice training.
Some Benefits Of Apprentice Training
- Practical knowledge increase after Apprentice Training.
- Your experience of working in the industry increases.
- You can earn a stipend from ₹8000 to ₹10,000 per month in this training.
- If you are doing apprentice training from government industries like ONGC, NTPC, Railways, Indian Oil then it has maximum benefits.
Career Options & Job Opportunities After ITI Diesel Mechanic
Job Profiles After ITI Diesel Mechanic
- Machine Operator
- Pump Operator
- Tool Handler
- Auto Fitter
- Laboratory Assistant
- Diesel Mechanic and so on.
In the following government organizations you can find jobs after this vocational course:-
- Indian Oil and so on.
Salary After Diesel Mechanic Vocational Course
Salary depends upon many factors like whether you are working in the private sector or the public sector, years of experience you have, the skills you have, and so on. As a fresher, you can expect up to INR 10,000 per month.
Diesel Mechanic is a course in which students learn how to use tools, machines, diesel engines, etc. They learn about assembling, disassembling parts of the engine, cooling system, different parts of diesel engines, brake system, electronic system, and so on.
There are basically two subjects in this course i.e Trade theory and Trade Practical in both semesters. In Trade Theory you will get complete theoretical knowledge of diesel engines and many more systems like cooling systems, electronic systems, and so on. In Trade Practical you will do practical work related to topics that you study in Trade theory.
Salary after this course depends upon various factors like the type of organization i.e private or government in which you are working, your experience, and so on. But as a fresher, you can expect an average of INR 10,000 per month.