Management & Technology


09-05-2017 9:00 am - 11-05-2017 5:30 pm


Centrifugal pumps & Compressors are an essential critical and unavoidable equipment group of any process industry. Whether it is steel plant, petroleum refinery, petrochemical complex, thermal power plant, fertilizer plant, Aluminum Company, irrespective of production business involved in, every organization thrives on operation of high speed rotating equipment.

Compressors and gas boosters are common equipment of any industry. Troubles in these machineries results in colossal loss to production. Disruption in supply of utilities like compressed air or high pressure gases or steam and electricity can bring total plant operations to a grinding halt.

Dependence of process operations on un-interrupted availability of high speed machines for operation underlines criticality of this equipment. 100% equipment availability is an essential prerequisite for meeting production targets. 

Operation and maintenance of Centrifugal Pumps and Compressors is a specialized field. Developments like online monitoring of equipment behavior, improvements in design of equipment, improved remedial methods, standardization etc., need to be understood and implemented for enhanced availability of equipment.

This programme is designed to bring in awareness among engineers and engineering managers of various process industries about the necessity to critically analyze and review the operational aspects of this machinery, thereby help achieving near 100% equipment availability by reducing operational expenditure. 

Cetrifugal Pump Compp

Rs.17,250.00 25

16-05-2017 9:00 am - 18-05-2017 5:15 pm


Personality Dev


An all round personality equipped with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes is a pre-requisite for becoming a successful leader.  A positive and pleasant personality will ensure that he / she is able to motivate, inspire and lead the team / department / organisation towards performance excellence.  Hence, the compelling need in all organisations to develop an all roundpersonality in its employees especially the managerial cadres so that it can contribute to efficient, effective and productive functioning at all levels of management.

For developing one’s personality, an open mind, a positive attitude and a learning temperament are essential.

By developing ones personality, the ability to handle people, situations and tasks is facilitated, which is the major attribute that is sought after by all employees.


The objectives of the programme are:

  • To create awareness regarding importance and impact of Personality Development onorganizations
  • To trace the various attributes by way of knowledge, skills and attitudinal changes required to develop the personality.
  • To prepare an action plan and to highlight measures to inculcate these attributes in the Professionals.
Rs.17,250.00 25

22-05-2017 9:00 am - 26-05-2017 5:30 pm



Worldwide, welding is a multi-billion dollar fabrication technology, used extensively in the construction of building, bridges, manufacturing automobile, aircraft, aerospace applications, power & energy sector, shipbuilding and electronic industries. Defects in welds or poor performance of weld can lead to catastrophic failures with costly consequences including losses to property and life.

Virtually every manufacturing industry uses welding process at some stage of manufacturing or in repair or maintenance of process equipment like Industrial Boilers and heavy duty welding of steels plates for ship building etc.

Non-destructive Testing is the most versatile tool to assess quality of components and to ensure their reliability in service.  The increasing applications of Non-Destructive Testing Methods necessitate that the tests and evaluation of components are conducted by competent personnel ensuring uniformity of practice and soundness of technical approach.

The competence of personnel involved can only be ensured by exposing them to a systematic training in the science and practice of non-destructive evaluation. In view of the multi-disciplined back ground and varying experience of entrants to the field of NDT, the course has been developed from fundamentals through advanced.

Rs.28,750.00 24

06-06-2017 9:00 am - 08-06-2017 5:30 pm



In today’s increasingly change-driven world, leaders are called upon to evolve their mindsets and skill-sets to reflect and serve the demands of the new millennium. A novel leadership concept, creative leadership, is surfacing these days and becoming extremely successful to augment the shortages of the conventional leadership continuum. What is creative Leadership how it can be defined and understood, acquired and then how it can be placed in context within the history of the field are certain questions that the one would want to know.  Additionally, skills and behaviours related to leading creatively, which are immediately applicable to leadership practice, must also be outlined and acquired.

Creative thinking and problem solving are indispensible to leaders who want to thrive in times of complexity and change. The decision making is an important component of leadership. Both the concepts – leadership and decision making therefore go hand in hand. How to tackle these issues which keep chasing today’s’ leaders recklessly.

A minimum asset apart from others which a leader should possess is his “followers” or in today’s management terminology is “Team”

Successful organizations owe their success mainly to the good team work.  Individual brilliance is no doubt an asset but if it is complemented with team work, the results would be of a superior order.  Hence, the ability to build strong and winning teams should be nurtured in every organization.  The acronym TEAM means “Together Everyone Achieves More”.  It is also rightly said that “None of us is as good as all of us” – indicating that teams are always superior to individuals. Less “I” and more “WE” in organizations is the key to sustained success and excellence.

Team building is an important factor in any environment, its focus is to specialize in bringing out the best in a team to ensure self development, positive communication, leadership skills and the ability to work closely together as a team to problem solve.

Rs.17,250.00 24

12-06-2017 9:00 am - 16-06-2017 5:30 pm

MPI Thematic



Non-destructive tests are main tools in manufacturing, fabrication, in-service inspections, and overhaul operations of Systems to ensure product integrity and reliability. They are also meant for controlling manufacturing processes, lowering cost of production and to maintain a uniform quality level. In Construction activities, NDT ensures the quality of materials employed, during the fabrication it helps in ascertaining various joining processes, while during in-service tests of product or systems, NDT inspections ensure that the products in use continue to have the necessary integrity to ensure their usefulness and the safety. Magnetic Particle testing, Liquid Penetrant Testing, Radiographic Testing Ultra Sonic Testing, Electro-magnetic Testing and Visual Testing are most frequently used test methods. MT or MPI is most sought after methods among all of them.

In Magnetic Particle Testing one or more magnetic fields are used to locate surface and near-surface discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials.  The magnetic field can be applied with a permanent magnet or an electromagnet.  When the magnetic field encounters a discontinuity transverse to the direction of the magnetic field, the flux lines produce a magnetic flux leakage field of their own.  Because magnetic flux lines don't travel well in air, when very fine coloured ferromagnetic particles ("magnetic particles") are applied to the surface of the part, the particles will be drawn into the discontinuity, reducing the air gap and producing a visible indication on the surface of the part.  The magnetic particles may be a dry powder or suspended in a liquid solution, and they may be coloured with a visible dye or a fluorescent dye that fluoresces under an ultraviolet ("black") light.


The objective of this programme is to impart in depth theoretical as well as practical training the participants so that they can understand the concept and usefulness of the test and enable them to employ the test correctly on various situations in their profession and draw correct conclusion Certification of NDT techniques are issued on successful passing of the exam in the respective methods as per the ASNT recommended practice SNT- TC-1A-2006.

Rs.28,750.00 25

20-06-2017 9:00 am - 22-06-2017 5:30 pm


The world of business moves on the Demand-Supply continuum. In a globalized environment, market leadership will depend on how quickly the demand is met by the supply chain. Supply Chain Management (SCM) has thus emerged as a tool for Competitive Advantage and Supplier Relationship Management is one of the key elements of an effective and efficient supply chain.

India is rapidly developing into an economic powerhouse. Organizations both in the Public and Private sectors are at a point in history when opportunities need to be seized not only to remain competitive but also to grow exponentially. In the not so distant past, Suppliers were looked upon as mere “vendors”, but with the emergence of best practices in SCM, the role of Supplier Relationships has changed dramatically. Today, Supplier Relationship Management has been acknowledged by many organizations as a functional activity that can add value to an organization’s growth.

            This interactive Programme on Supplier Relationship Management will focus on Buyer-Seller relationships and how such relationships can be leveraged to enhance the overall profitability of the supply chain.

Rs.17,250.00 23

28-06-2017 9:00 am - 29-06-2017 5:30 pm



The Right to Information (RTI) Act ushered in a new wave of transparency and accountability in India. With this, the citizens have a powerful and transformative tool to hold their Governments accountable. Since 2005, people have used the RTI act for various reasons ranging from grievance redressal, service delivery and awareness to deeper and challenging issues like policy change reasons, abuse of authority, corruption scams and spending of the Government. Citizens, who have awareness of the act though still a minority, have contributed to improved performance and transparent governance. At the same time awareness on RTI, for the government officers will enable them serving the people in the letter and spirit of the real Swaraj. 


The objectives of the programme are:

  • To make Participants aware of the RTI act in detail
  • To learn from best practices elsewhere for better implementation of RTI act.
  • To learn auditing of proactive disclosure for better compliance
  • To understand the issues faced in implementation of the act.
Rs.11,500.00 24

05-07-2017 9:00 am - 07-07-2017 5:30 pm



Problem Solving, Conflict Resolving and Decision Making are the core competency of any effective executive. Understanding, learning and mastering these PS CM and DM skills, build potential of the executives towards a senior Leadership role.

While the Environment, Education & Experience are on one axis of Business Success Matrix, Change Challenge and Communication are on the other Axis. The process of Interaction and integration of these parameters on the matrix, results in Problems Solving (PS), managing Conflicts (CM) and Decision Making (DM). Managing and mastering the art of PS CM and DM is the secret to Success Therefore, learning to manage PM CM and DM is integral to enhancing peak –performance.

Conflict may be defined as a struggle or contest between people with opposing needs, ideas, beliefs, values, or goals. Conflict is a conflict of values & interests. Conflict in teams and groups is inevitable and a part of growing process. Conflict not handled in time and properly, can escalate and lead to nonproductive results. Conflict handled properly can benefit the organisation both in terms of growth and throughput.

Whereas conflict needs to be resolved, problems have to be solved. Both may look alike but differ in their nature and in details and hence needs different treatment.

Symptoms of the problem often mislead us. Problem solving thus entails identifying the root cause and genesis of the problem.  In any business or industry, the ability of an employee to solve problems can mean the difference between success and failure. Lacking the ability to solve problems effectively, can be a source of anxiety and stress for any individual. Problem solving is not an exact science, although there are guidelines that a person can follow to become a successful problem-solver.

Flexibility and open-mindedness is an essential part of being able to solve problems, whether it is in our personal life or on-the-job. Possessing advantageous problem solving skills requires a person to understand the problem thoroughly, create a plan to solve the problem, seeing the plan through and reviewing the plan to ensure that the problem is solved and is not repeated. When a person has difficulty in imagining a solution to a problem, it is because he is overwhelmed with the details of the problem and lacks the ability to break down the problem or see the big picture.

Decision-making is the study of identifying and choosing alternatives based on the values and preferences of the decision maker. Decision-making is one of the central activities of management and is a huge part of any process of implementation.


11-07-2017 9:00 am - 14-07-2017 5:30 pm


In various sectors of planning & development like mining, construction, infrastructure and power - geospatial technologies have emerged as the most efficient tools for data capture, planning and management. Amongst data capture techniques, 3D scanners have emerged as most efficient technology. This combines technologies like –satellite remote sensing, photogrammetry, maps, GPS, total station, leveling, LiDAR etc.

The equipment is fitted with scanner (like LiDAR), photogrammetric cameras, GPS and related software to generate 3-dimensional digital maps for a variety of applications. This latest system is fast, efficient and cost effective.

3D data capture techniques are growing. Laser scanners are the latest.  In a short time, a laser scanner captures huge data in 3600 range and generates point clouds capable of producing high quality 3D maps and other outputs.

This course also covers the process of integrating desperate (heterogeneous) spatial data for generating GIS outputs.

3D LASERThematic

Principle of 3d Laser scanner: Use of ground-based device that uses a laser to measure the 3D coordinates of a given region of an object’s surface automatically, in a systematic order at a high rate in (near) real time


The topics that would be deliberated during the programme are:

Data capture techniques with focus on 3D laser scanner, maps, total station, satellite imagery and image interpretation, photogrammetry, levelling and other latest techniques.

  • Integration of spatial data from different sources including Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s) to generate GIS data bases for applications
  • Basics of 3D LASER Scanner technology
  • Current trends in survey & geospatial technologies
  • Map projections and coordinate systems
  • Map scales and accuracies vis-a-vis integration of spatial data bases
    • Photogrammetry and LiDAR technologies
    • Geo-referencing of satellite imagery using maps and field observations
    • Image Processing for RS and also for LiDAR and 3D LASER scanner
    • Techniques for integrating total station, levelling and 3D LASER scanner databases
    • Drone based 3D surveying including area  and volume calculations
    • Area / volume calculation and generating Outputs    
    • Integration of GPS / GIS with ERP system (SAP) in mining operations
    • Hands-on exercises with GIS Software
    • DGPS Principles and applications,
    • Demonstration of GPS, DGPS instruments and  latest 3D LASER scanner
    • Group Discussions
    • Two social visits
Rs.23,000.00 25

25-07-2017 9:00 am - 28-07-2017 5:30 pm



Viewed in the context of globalization and the globalised nature of procurement processes, in the present era, the Material and Supply Chain Management (SCM) is truly a crucial function for success of any organization. This function is not only an ‘in-bound' chain in terms of supply to the manufacturing units, but more importantly fast and timely supply to numerous outlets meant to reach every customer in the world. The 'out-bound' chain is thus the sustaining arm of the business and when these two are integrated the emerging picture indeed is crystal clear in terms of the significance of SCM to success of business.

Many companies traditionally focused on increasing efficiency by addressing how they could improve each step in their core processes. Hence, in most organizations, the manufacturing function is now in a more matured state as compared to Materials and Supply Chain Management (SCM) functions, especially in ‘flow’ type of processes of high volume.

Supply Chain integration spells the difference between the view of logistics as amalgamation of discrete functions of transportation and distribution and the new vision of SCM that links all players and activities involved in converting the raw materials into products and delivering those products to ultimate users at the right time and the right place in the most efficient manner. In dynamic environments, characterized by demand uncertainty, significant seasonality, short product life cycles, intense competition, etc., companies that organize for functional integration outperform others who are not organized for functional excellence. Information and Communication Technology has also emerged as a force multiplier in this field. Solutionslike SAP have also brought about a revolution in this field. Hence optimization of Material & SCM function in any organization has assumed greater importance in the present era. 

Rs.23,000.00 23