Thursday, August 5, 2010

Short term courses offered by Engineering Staff College of India at Hyderabad, India

Engineering Staff College of India an autonomous organ of the Institution of Engineers(India) offers the following useful courses for Engineers

Centre for Climate Change (CCC)
• Kyoto Protocol Programme of Activities (POA)for Multiple Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Projects
• Corporate Green House Gas Inventorisation for Software and Service Sector

Civil, Transportation & Engineering (CTE)
• High Rise Buildings-Planning, Construction & Maintenance
• Good Maintenance Practices for Durability of Structures
• Advance FEM and Programming for Civil & Mechanical Engineers
• Quality Management in Building Construction
• Road Safety Management
• Tunneling in Highway & Irrigation Projects

Environment Management (EM)
• Environmental Issues in Mining Sector-Legal and Statutory Requirements (as per MOEF Guidelines)
• Environmental & Social Issues In Highway Sectors
• Public Private Participation for Urban Local Bodies
• Bio Medical Waste Management – Handling and Safe Disposal Options
• Treatment Methodologies for Quality Drinking Water Supply Systems
• Selection, Operation & Maintenance of Air Pollution Control Equipment

Information Technology (IT)
• Implementation of e-Learning
• Web Technologies
• Preparatory Course for CCNA
• Embedded Systems Testing

Management & Technology (M&T)
• GIS and GPS Applications in Mining Practice
• Operations Management in Hospital Services
• Industrial Lubricant Management
• Advances in Corrosion and Surface Engineering Corporate Social Responsibility – Triple Bottom Line Approach
• Achieving Excellence in Engineering Education

Power & Energy (P&E)
• Distribution Business Management and IT Based Solutions (DRUM)
• Environmental Issues Relating to Transmission Lines
• Condition Monitoring & Residual Life Assessment in Power Plants
• Design Features and Operations of Gas Insulated Substations
• Failure of Transformers – Remedial Measures
• Techno Economics of Power System Operation
• Best Practices in O&M of Wind Mills

Quality & Productivity (Q&P)
• Training Need Analysis and Impact Evaluation
• Best Practices in Lean Manufacturing
• ISO 9001:2008 Lead Auditor Training
• A Qualitative Approach in Defect Prevention (Mistake Proofing – Poka Yoke)
• Integrated Management System (IMS) : ISO 9001,ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001

Water Resources Development (WRD)
• Dam Safety Monitoring and Management
• Use of Total Station and GPS: Field Practice
• Performance Improvement in irrigation Sector
• Environmental issues in Water Resources Sector
• Contract implementation and Dispute Resolution in Water Resources Projects
• Quality Management in Water Resources Projects
• Monitoring and Evaluation of Water Resources Projects

For detail information please contact : Director General, Engineering Staff College of India, Old Bombay Road, Gachi Bowli, Hyderabad 500 032, Website: www.escihyd.org

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