More about the course
This is a useful course for those looking forward to work in machine shops and the manufacturing industries. It equips you with necessary skills in fabrication and helps you get work in industries involved in manufacturing automobiles, white goods, aircrafts, industrial equipment, electrical machines, structures, buildings and so on. In these courses you learn how to make, install or repair a component. The course curriculum focuses on hands-on learning approach that trains you through practical works, assignments, industrial visits and projects. You get to learn reading drawings, examining them, drawing patterns on different metals and cutting them off. Other than that you will learn forming, folding and shaping metals. You also learn drilling or punching holes in metal sections for screws and bolts. Also, cutting metals or joining pieces through welding and other processes. Quality checks and so on.
Benefits and job prospects
The course is very useful in improving your knowledge of metals and the various fabrication works involving sheet metal. You gain skills in welding processes and in following essential safety procedures. Skills learnt come very handy for employment in factories, workshops and in workplaces involving fabrication works. Whether it is manufacturing, transportation or construction, fabrication engineers form an essential part of the work force. They are involved in building bridges, aero-bridges, high-rises and even household sanitary fittings in kitchens and washrooms. The more enterprising ones can even set up their own business in this field by doing a variety of fabricating works.
Diploma Fabrication Engineering Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year
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