The Centre for Advanced Training on Technologies (CATT)
The Centre for Advanced Training on Technologies provides opportunities for students wishing to pursue a career in the metal machining trades.
The Centre consists of a bright, modern, fully equipped facility capable of preparing students to enter as a software developer in IT industry or as a design engineer in Manufacturing / production / Infrastructure / Aerospace.
Our commitment to program excellence and hands-on approach to learning makes it an excellent place to gain experience for career growth and employment in a variety of trades.
Advanced Training Programs for the students of Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
Oracle Certified Associate (Formerly Sun Certified Java Associate)
Java SE 6 Certification:
The Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 5/SE 6 certification provides an ideal entry into an application development or a software project management career using Java technologies. This worldwide credential validates basic knowledge of Object-Oriented Concepts, UML representation of OO concepts, the Java programming language, and general knowledge of Java Platforms and Technologies. Candidates for this exam include: entry level Java programmers, students studying to become Java programmers, project or program managers working with Java technology in the software development industry.
Oracle Database SQL Certified Expert
The process of becoming Oracle Database certified broadens knowledge and skills by exposing to a wide array of important database features, functions and tasks. Oracle Database certification teaches you how to perform complex, hands-on activities through labs, study and practice. Additionally, Oracle certification exams validate your capabilities using real-world, scenario-based questions that assess and challenge your ability to think and perform. Ultimately, becoming Oracle Certified will help to become a better technologist. Earning this in demand certification will expand your job prospects, promote job stability and fast forward your career.
Microsoft Visual Studio certifications:
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) and Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) on Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
This certification validates the ability to develop applications by using Visual Studio 2010 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4. The available certification paths include - Build rich client applications for the Windows Forms platform by using the Microsoft .NET Framework4.
Data Warehousing Informatica Expert Certification
Knowledge and certification in Informatica provide by real time work experience in IT Industry. This help you to change your current domain to Informatica domain and get a dream JOB. Hands on and practical classes are given after the completion of every major topic of the module by Informatica. The Informatica students are provided with Informatica server access throughout the course. Trainers provide specially made latest material books for Informatica. The real time project domains in Banking, Financial, Retail, Telecom, Supply Chain Management, CRM, Health care and other domains can be carried out.
VLSI and Embedded Real-Time Systems
The Embedded Systems lab supports teaching and research in embedded systems and re-configurable hardware technology. It is a cross-disciplinary facility with collaborative projects across departments such as Aero, EEE, CSE, Mechanical Engg. etc. As embedded systems evolve, design issues become increasingly complex, and previously rigid boundaries between hardware and software components become more fluid. With tight time-to-market constraints and rapidly changing protocols, the need for reconfigurable systems has become a necessity.
Presently, the lab can be used to learn and implement novel ideas revolving around embedded microprocessors and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA's). Equipment in the lab includes FPGA prototyping boards and FPGA development kits, Dynalog 8051 trainer boards and a host of powerful desktop computers running Celoxica's DK1 Handel-C system development environment and Xilinx tools for hardware design. The FPGA prototyping boards use the Xilinx Vertex chip (1 M gates) or the smaller, cheaper Xilinx Spartan-II (200K gates).
Advanced Training Programs for the students of Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering.
Centre for advanced training on technologies provides opportunities for students wishing to pursue a career in the Mechanical Engineering. The centre consists of state-of-the-art facilities capable of preparing students to enter as a design engineer, CAE, CAM or production engineer. Our commitment to program excellence and hands-on approach to learning makes it an excellent place to gain experience for career growth and employment in a variety of fields. List of various training programs are: AUTOCAD (2D CAD), CATIA (3D CAD), ANSYS WORKBENCH (CAE), MATLAB (MATH), HYPER MESH and CADEM (CAM/CNC). Some of the on-going programs for career oriented hands on training:
DESIGN (CAD) – AUTOCAD TRAINING
Brief Training Contents: Understanding the Auto Cad workspace and user interface. Creating 2D Objects (Draw Commands like line, Arc, Circle, Multiline, Rectangle, Ray, Polygon, hatch etc). Editing (Editing Commands like Erase, Copy, Mirror, Offset, Array, Move, Scale, Break, Extend, Chamfer, Fillet etc). Object Properties (Such as layer, Color, Line Type, Match and Change properties etc). Advance Draw Tools (Such as Text writing, Single line Text, Creating Mechanical Symbols). Dimensioning of Drawing (Linear Dimension, Aligned and ordinate dimensioning, Base Leader, Tolerance, Dimensioning Style etc). 3D Drawings (Creating 3D Objects, Concept of 3D, Various Modelling Techniques, Commands such as Extrude, Revolve, Union, Subtract etc). Modelling (Drawing 3D Wireframe, Surface Model and Solid Model). Printing and Plotting (Selection of output device, selecting paper size and orientation, previewing the a drawing, plotting a drawing etc).
CATIA is the World's Leading Solution for Product Design and Experience. It is used by leading organizations in multiple industries to develop the products we see and use in our everyday lives. CATIA delivers the unique ability not only to model any product, but to do so in the context of its real-life behavior: design in the age of experience. Systems architects, engineers, designers and all contributors can define, imagine and shape the connected world.
CATIA’s Design, Engineering and Systems Engineering applications are the heart of Industry Solution Experiences to address specific industry needs. This revolutionizes the way organizations conceive, develop and realize new products, delivering competitive edge through innovative customer experiences.
Brief Training Contents: Introduction to Sketcher Work-Bench. Starting CATIA, General Commands, Toolbars, Customization etc. Part Design Work-Bench: Sketcher Toolbar, Sketch based Features like Pads, Pockets, Shaft, etc. Dress up features like Fillets, Chamfers, Drafts, Shell, etc. Transformation Features like Translation, Rotation, Symmetry, Mirror etc). Wireframe & surface Design Workbench (Common Toolbars): Wireframe toolbar ((Points, Lines, Planes, Projection, Intersection, Spline, Connect, Helix, Circle). Surfaces toolbar (Extrude, Revolve, Sphere, Cylinder, Offset, Sweep, Fill, Multi-section, Blend). Assembly Design Workbench: Top-down & Bottom-up assembly design approach. Move & manipulating parts using compass. Constraints Assembly feature. Drafting Workbench: Page setup & customization. Layout & templates. Common toolbars Generative design toolbars - Geometry creation & modification, Tools Interactive design toolbars - Generating views & Generate BOM, Generate dimension
ANALYSIS (CAE) – ANSYS TRAINING
Brief Training Contents: Introduction to the Finite Element Method. General Steps of the Finite Element Method. Explanation of 1D, 2D and 3D Elements with examples of ANSYS Elements. Derivation of stiffness matrix equation. Types of analysis that can be done using ANSYS. ANSYS Workbench Overview. ANSYS Mechanical Overview. Solid Modelling. Meshing. Setup Conditions. Structural Analysis. Thermal Analysis. Linear Buckling Analysis. Modal Analysis.
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING (CAM / CNC) - CADEM (CNC PROGRAMMING AND MACHINING) TRAINING
Brief Training Contents: Introduction to CNC Technology. Features of CNC turning and milling centers. Programming Introduction to CNC. Practice in part programming. Practice in CADEM Turning and Milling Softwares. Practice in operation of CNC turning machines. Subroutine techniques and use of cycles Practice in operating a machining center. Tool Joining and selection of sequences of operations. Tool setting on machine
SOME IMPORTANT RESEARCH DRIVEN PROJECTS
MOTION SENSED TRACKED EXCAVATOR
WHY MOTION SENSING?
Designing a go-kart is by no means an easy task for the students. A go-kart is an ongoing process at IARE in the design and development for go- kart racing championship on a regular year on year basis as it is adventurous. The Go-kart is a hybrid vehicle. The hybrid vehicle typically achieves greater fuel economy by Oxygen enrichment and lower emissions than conventional internal combustion engine vehicles, resulting in fewer emissions being generated. Keeping the environmental concerns in mind, hybrid vehicles are the future of automobile industry. An innovative technology is adopted for replacing the differential with multi-plate clutches.
Students of Mechanical Engineering have successfully through the Acceleration and braking test, Skid-pad test, Auto-cross along with Endurance test achieving 3rd position in Design and 4th in Innovation. Because of undertaking and participating in such projects, the scholastic proficiency of the students has escalated. The college being a centre for origination for innovative ideas and enhancement of skills to accomplish their goals.