Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Workshop on “ Refrigeration Engineering & Cold storage “

Solar Agriculture institute of India in association with The Institute of Engineers (India) and Visvesvaraya Technological Institute  is Organising  Workshop on “ Refrigeration Engineering & Cold storage “  
on 4th June 2014,  2-00 pm to 5-00 pm at The Institute of Engineers (India),  Dr. B.R.Amedkar Veedhi, Bangalore 560001.

Primer on COLD STORAGES- Coming new Growth sector in India A Workshop for Agro-business Owners, managers and Farmers addressing drastic need for reducing waste using Cold-Storages with Off Grid Solar PV Power and other applications including Fisheries, Fruits, Vegetables and Greens. Govt of India offers Various promotional subsidies for developing Cold Storages Introducer : Mr.Prasanth Sakhamuri, Director, HHV Solar, Dabaspet, First Member of the Advisory Board to the SAII.

Speakers :
Shri. Srikanth N Seelin, Founder & Chairman, SAII Bangalore, India & Santa Clara Calif. USA *President, Seelink Technologies, USA Advisor to Universal Semiconductor InC., and Consultant to Silicon Valley firms

Shri Dhiren Mody, Phoenix, Arizona, USA * Instructor to Engrs. @ ASHRAE Principal ERS InC., HVAC,Refrigeration and Cold-Storage expert of 40+ years.

Dr.C B Jagannatha Rao, DSc.(Agri)-Tokyo, Co-founder SAII India- Former senior UN officer and Advisor to 23 countries, international Agriculturist Recognized Silk expert and promoter of Hydroponics, Precision-Farming
While a few Cold Storages have already made a big entry into India with various Collaborations from Europe etc …. These are a few and far in between. India loses an estimated Rs.90,000+ Crore rupees annually in wasted grains, fruits and vegetables and a vast amount in fisheries due to mere lack of cold-storage facilities along the
coastal regions of India. Cold storage involves far more than storing products and items at a Low temperature. It needs pre-processing and this varies item by item.

Pioneering learning opportunity for Agro-Biz Park Owners; Engineers, Academia State Govt,.MSME, SME & Solar PV Industrialists seeking new growth opportunities.

For Registration please Contact: Dr. C.B.Jagannatha Rao, 9844084038, or

Mr. Srinivasa, 9916533275 , Email: agrisolar123@gmail.com or info@agrisolar.in

Workshop on Introduction to TQM and Seven Basic Tools of Quality by FKCCI Bangalore

Workshop on 'Introduction to TQM and Seven Basic Tools of Quality'
Wednesday , 4th June 2014 from 2.00 p.m. to 6 p.m. 
Cabinet Hall, FKCCI, K.G. Road, Bangalore-560 009
The workshop aims at building awareness about best TQM practices and trains the participants on the seven basic tools of quality with real life examples. This workshop will develop the skills among the participants about solving the shop floor level or operational level quality and service delivery issues and problems successfully basic tools of quality. This will help in improving quality and productivity which in turn leading to higher customer satisfaction.
          Introduction to Total Quality Management (TQM)
          Basic principles of TQM
          TQM and Competitive advantage
          Basic philosophies of TQM
          Introduction to SQC and SPC
          Seven basic tools of quality-Check sheets, Pareto diagram, Histogram, Cause Effect diagram, Scatter diagram, Control charts and Flow charts
          Application of Seven tools
Dr. Manjunath VS, Professor and Director of NITTE School of Management, Bangalore
Beneficial for
Supervisors/Design engineers/Project engineers/Office administrators/Purchase officers/Quality engineers/ Production engineers/ Inspectors/Managers/ Banking Executives/ Customer Service Executives/ Management Executives
Delegate Fee
Rs. 700/- per participant
Cash/Cheque /D.D. to be made in favour of the FKCCI, Bangalore

About the Faculty: Dr. Manjunath VS holds three Masters Degrees - M.Tech in Manufacturing Science, Masters in Human Resource Management and Engineering and Masters Degree in Foreign Trade. He is shortly completing his PhD in the area of Human Resource Management. He is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt. He has more than 20 years of industry and teaching experience. He has worked in Bharat Electronics, Mysore Thermo Electric Limited and John Fowler India Limited in the areas of Production planning and quality control. At present he is working as  Professor and Director of NITTE School of Management. He is a certified Six sigma Black Belt and handles several consulting assignments in the areas of TQM and Six sigma.

He has conducted about 50 workshops in the areas of TQM, Seven tools of quality, Six Sigma, Lean Management, Personality Development, Supervisory Development, Supply Chain Management, etc. and has trained more than 1000 executives. He has also trained more than 500 faculty members of Polytechnic, Engineering and Management.

Registration will be restricted to 70 participants on first come first serve basis. For more details contact Mr. Shama Prasad Pattaje, Jt. Secretary, Mob � 99860 43959 or email- spp@fkcci.in

Friday, May 23, 2014

ASNT NDT Level III & Level II Job vacancies in India for Ship Structural Fabrication Company

ASNT NDT Level III & Level II Job vacancies - Ship Structural Fabrication Company in India
ASNT NDT Level III & Level II Job vacancies - Ship Structural Fabrication Company in India

An large ship structural, marine engineering company wants to recruit for the following job vacancies

Job Description: NDT Inspectors ASNT or ISNT NDT Level II or III in UT, RT, MT & PT

Experience: Minimum 03 years of experience as NDT Level II Inspector / ASNT NDT Level III with knowledge of computer applications / software like MS Office, MS Excel is essential

No of vacancies: 33+10

Job aspirants interested to apply for the above jobs and who meets the above eligibility can ONLY apply by e-maling their resumes to : careers@trinityndt.com  with the subject line Job Code: TNECON. Emails without job code are not considered.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Aviation & Air transport - Interesting facts

General Facts
• Air transport covers the shortest distance between two points, generally 30% shorter than the same route taken by a form of land transport.
• Aviation boasts high occupancy rates exceed 75%, compared to 40-50% for trains and 30% for Cars.
• Aviation now transports over 2.2 billion passengers annually.
• 40% of international tourists now travel by air.
• The world's 2,092 airlines have a total fleet of nearly 23,000 aircraft.
• Air transport pays over US$40 billion annually to use its infrastructure - airport and air navigation services - through specific landing, passenger and air traffic control fees.
• Over the past 40 years, emissions of hydrocarbons from aviation have been reduced by 90%.

Fly your business with Aviation

• Aviation's global economic impact is estimated at US$3.5 trillion, equivalent to 8% of world Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
• The air transport industry generates a total of 32 million jobs globally.
• In Europe, more than 7.5 million jobs depend on air transport.
• Air transport is responsible for 40% of inter-regional exported goods (by value).
• 25% of all companies' sales are dependent on air transport.
• 70% of businesses report that serving a bigger market is a key benefit of using air services.

Aircraft Fuel Efficient than Car!
• Modern aircraft achieve fuel efficiencies of 3.5 liters per 100 passenger-kilometers.
• The next generation aircraft (Airbus A380 & Boeing 787) use less than 3 liters of fuel per 100 passenger-kilometers (78 passenger-miles per US gallon). This exceeds the efficiency of any modern compact car on the market.
• Fuel prices now represent the largest share of airlines’ operational costs, reaching record levels of 26% in 2006.
• Hydrogen – already used for fuel-cell systems – may become an option to power aircraft engines as from 2050.

Courtesy Mr Satish Mishra, Tata Steel

Monday, May 19, 2014

QA/QC with NDT Level II job vacancies for Forging Company - Bangalore, India

QA/QC with NDT Level II job vacancies for Forging Company - Bangalore, India
QA/QC with NDT Level II job vacancies for recruitment in a Forging Company

A leading forging company is looking for experienced QA/QC personnel with NDT Level II certifications.

Educational Qualifications: Diploma (DME) or B.E/B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

NDT Certifications: NDT Level II as per ASNT SNT TC 1A is preferable

Experience : Minimum 02 years in QA/QC functions in a manufacturing company

Note: Preference will be given for the candidates with QA/QC experience in a forging industry

Place of working: Bangalore, India

Candidate meeting the above eligibility can apply by emailing their resumes to 'careers@trinityndt.com'   and specify the job code as 'MEQAQC' in the subject line. E-mails without reference to the above QA/QC job code are NOT considered for the said post.

Last date for applying to the post is: 30th May 2014

Welders Jobs Vacancies in Bangalore, India for Fabrication shop

Welders Jobs Vacancies in Bangalore, India for Fabrication shop

A fabrication shop manufacturing structures in Bangalore, India requires experienced welders with GMAW, GTAW, MIG Welding experience of atleast 1-3 years. Work location will be at Bangalore, India. Eligible welders can email their resumes to Trinity NDT, at the email ID : trinityndt@gmail.com with the post code in subject line as 'PEWELDER' Last date for application is 30th May 2014

Monday, May 12, 2014

“World Metrology Day” Bangalore, India

Celebration of  “World Metrology Day” jointly organised by Metrology Society of India –Southern Region and Central Manufacturing Technology Institute, (CMTI), Bangalore.
Venue: CMTI Campus, Tumkur Road, Bangalore-560022
Date and Time: 20th May, 2014, 4:00 PM
On this occasion, the organizers are honouring the following three men of great eminence for their outstanding contributions.
Dr. Baldev Raj, President - Research, PSG Institutions
Mr.A.S.Kirankumar, Director, SAC - ISRO, Ahmedabad
Dr. E.S. Raja Gopal, Emeritus Professor, IISc, Bangalore

For more details contact: R Sadananda Murthy, General Secretary, MSI-SR, CEO, Sushma Industries, Mobile: 09972013326 Email: msisr2010@gmail.com

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

NDT certification training course - Jaipur, Rajasthan, India on Ultrasonic Testing

Trinity Institute of NDT Technology has organized NDT Training course on Ultrasonic testing-UT Level II as per ASNT SNT TC 1A at a process plant near Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Brief view of participants at the training venue. The program emphasizes on usage of Ultrasonic -UT testing techniques to identify the flaws during inward material inspection of plates, gears, forgings, castings, welds, Ultrasonic thickness gauging of pipes, tubes and corroded components and also at maintenance inspection of process plants. The course is well received by the participants from maintenance department of the process plant near Jaipur, Rajasthan in India.
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Friday, May 2, 2014

NDT Delegates from Philippines, Qatar, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria - Level 2 Training

Trinity NDT has organized NDT Level II certification training courses at the training centre in Bangalore, India in April 2014. The program got immense response from not only Indian participants, also the participants from Philippines, Qatar, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria. With this the total number of nationalities got training by Trinity Institute of NDT Technology, India has reached 34 since the year of inception in 2002.

Trinity NDT's training programs are unique of its contents and the trainers are top class experts in the chosen field. Experience the best of NDT Training with Trinity NDT. For more information visit: www.trinityndt.com

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