18 Feb 2008

Implant training at Railways!!!

     I got an opportunity during the 5th semester vacation to visit the EMU workshop @ Avadi which is under the control of Southern Railways.  It was really a tough job to get the permission for this programme.  Once when I entered the workshop I realised that hurdles crossed were of no waste.  It was a well organised training school/workshed where the workers were sincere unlike the other government offices.  I really felt the importance of Industrial visit which was denied by my dept staff members.

Some of the topics which I learnt there was......

  • The operation of Traction motor and its importance in EMU.
  • The testing and working of the compressor.
  • The assembling of the compartments.
  • The drivers cabin and the equipments which he use to control the train.

     It was a pleasant experience for me to learn the concepts from a set of good hearted workers.
I really thank The Railways for giving me an opportunity to undergo Implant training which really helped me to know the depth of electrical dept...


Cheers!!!!!

4 comments:

vidhya said...

Inplant training are just for fun... We can't learn a lot there... i had my IPT in Ennor thermal power station for 10 days... At last i didn't learn anything useful there.. But got a big certificate :P
The funny part is you have got a in depth knowledge from these training ROFL ;)

Ela said...

Good that u enjoyed ur inplant visit...they are useful in their own way...where u meet people who do things and it's fine chance for a student to see the difference between reading in book and getting things done practically..

@vidhya..u can not conclude that u did not learn anything... if u sit and think..u will figure out that atleast u have learned how things are going on on the proffessional level...when i went for my first summer training...it was a different experience for me...i learned a lot although not experimentally..there is always something around the corner for an observing mind! No offense meant though!

Yayathy said...

@vidhya: It is just because that mostly people go for IPT during their vacation which is after a long stress, so obviously they will be in a mood to enjoy. Its up to us to get interested and observe things. We were totally ten members and mostly I will be the only person available at the workshop and all others will have fun under the tree. Everything is within us.

@Ela: It is true that there is a lot of difference between the book and the things done practically which I felt during my first IPT in a switch gear company...

Anonymous said...

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