Resettlement Courses For Defence Personal

 

1.SECURITY


a. Corporate and Industrial Security, Safety and Fire Protection Management

Industry and security, Security survey and analysis, Physical security and management, Access control system, Security of information, Electronics in aid of security, Security of personnel, Duty deployment, Fire safety and fire protection, Intelligence, Strikes manifestation, Security of Plants, Offices and Monuments, Examination of scene of crime, Investigation, Medical first aid, Bomb threat situation, Crowd control, Fundamentals of public relations, Communication equipment and its management, Security of bank, Security of hotel, Computer in aid of security, Security of personnel, Labour laws, Role of private investigation, Establishment of private security agency and its marketing, Procedure and legal requirements for running a security agency. Fire prevention, Fire hazards, Fire fighting techniques and Portable fire extinguisher, Physics and chemistry of combustion., Hydraulics, Portable chemical fire extinguisher, First stage firefighting equipment, Hose and hose fittings, Breathing apparatus, Foam and foam making apparatus, Ladders, Ropes and lines, Water relaying fire prevention, Fire alarm detection systems, communications, Fire insurance, Building construction, Investigation of fire, Arson investigation, Fire safety of hazardous chemicals, Environmental safety (Eco friendly fire fighting system), Preparing for fire emergency, Fire service legislation, leadership and management.Parking and traffic management in Industry, General Management, Organisational Behaviour, Disaster Management and Business, The Payment of wages act, 1936, The Industrial Disputes act, 1947. The Minimum wages act, 1948, The Emloyees, Provident funds and Miscellaneous Provision act, 1952, The Payment of Bonus act, 1965, The Contact Labour (Regulation and Abolition) act, 1970, The Payment of Gratuity act, 1972, The Equal Remuneration act, 1976, The inter- state migrant (Regulation of employment and conditions of service) act, 1979, Wage structure calculation.

 

b. Assistant Security Officer Course at Regimental Centres

Historical perspective of security, principles of industrial security, organization of industry, security of personnel, security of materials and information, physical security, problems of industrial security, organisation and duties of an industrial security force, prevention of fire in the industry, planning for security, documentation in industrial security and safety, investigation, industrial unrest, sabotage and bomb threat in the industry, electronics in industrial security, industrial security and law, liaison with civil police, disaster planning and emergency control, industrial security and industrial safety, hotel security, bank security, medical first aid, classes of fire, basic fire prevention and protection, first aid fire fighting equipments, uses and maintenance of extinguishers electronic security and surveillance, electronic access control, electronics monitoring, communication skills, environmental awareness post retirement and preparation of CV’s as per DGR’s format.

 

c. Fire and Industrial Safety Management

Fire prevention, fire hazards, fire fighting techniques and portable fire Extinguishers. Physics and chemistry of combustion, hydraulics portable chemical fire extinguishers, first stage fire fighting equipment, fire pumps, hose and hose fittings, breathing apparatus, foam and foam making apparatus, ladders, ropes and lines, standard test for fire service equipment, water relaying fire prevention, chemical fires, practical fire fighting, ammunition and explosives, salvage, small gears and miscellaneous equipment, means of escape, electricity, gas and dust explosion, building construction investigation of fire, arson investigation, resuscitation (Medical first aid) in the industry, automatic fire detection cum control, high rise buildings and means of escape. Electrical fires, their causes and suitable fire fighting systems for them. Fire safety of hazardous chemicals, nuclear fire safety, environmental safety (Eco friendly fire fighting system), preparing for fire emergency, fire service legislations, leadership and management.

Practical

Demonstration and operation of fire extinguishers, General maintenance, procedure and standard tests, Standard hose drill, practice of cleaning, drying repairing and testing under varying pressure, details of hose tower and its requirements, standard ladder drills, demonstration and practice of rescue using extension ladders, their care, maintenance and tests. Standard pump drills, operation of pumps, testing care maintenance and standard test. Practice of all movements of squad drills, work of command and instructional practice of all movements. Knots and lines.

 

d. Advance Diploma in Fire and Industrial Safety

Physics and chemistry of combustion, classification of fire and extinguishing media, portable fire existinguishers, foam and foam making eqpt, breathing apparatus, fire protective clothing, ladder, ropes and lines, bends and hitches, small gears. Pumps and primers, water tender and special appliances, water relay system, hydraulic, automobile basics. Importance of industrial safety, causes of accidents & their preventive measures, safety policy, safety and loss control, work permit system, fire prevention and industrial safety. Fire alarm systems, detection and communication, fixed fire fighting systems. Fire station and organization, duties of fire station staff, paramedics and first aid.

 

2.COMPUTER AND IT

 

a. DOEACC ‘O’ LEVEL

IT Tools and Business System, Internet Technology and Web Design, Programming and Problem Solving through ‘C’ Language, Application of .NET Technology, Introduction to Multimedia, Introduction to ICT Resources, PR Practical. (Eligibility- Should have passed Class XII to appear for DOEACC Certification. See about DOEACC Courses.)

 

b. MCP-Two Modules (Server and Client)

MSCE Module (Server side) on networking systems: Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment(Exam 70-290) Managing and Maintaining Physical and Logical Devices, Managing Users, Computers, and Groups, Managing and Maintaining Access to Resources, Managing and Maintaining a Server Environment, Managing and Implementing Disaster Recovery, MSCE Module (Client side) : Deploying Windows 7, Configuring Hardware and Applications, Configuring Network Connectivity, Configuring Access to Resources, Configuring Mobile Computing, Monitoring and Maintaining Systems that Run Windows 7, Configuring Backup and Recovery Options. (Should have fair knowledge on computer fundamentals and work experience in IT domain. Participants can appear for Microsoft Certification.)

 

c. Book Keeping & Accountancy Using Tally/Computerised Accounting

Accounting - meaning, objectives and basic terms, theory base of accounting, origin and recording of transaction, trial balance and errors, financial statements, trading account, profit and loss account and balance sheet, depreciation, reserves and provisions, bills of exchange, accounts of non-profit organizations, accounts from incomplete records, computer awareness, introduction to computers, meaning and features, fundamental of computers, operating system, role of computer in accounting, flow-chart, types of process in relation to accounting system such as spread sheet, database and work processor, accounting package tally- use and practice.

 

d. Desk Top Publishing

Introduction to computers, Windows, Adobe Page Maker, Corel Draw and Adobe Photoshop

 

e. Diploma in Desktop Publishing

Detailed study on Desktop Publishing, Introduction to computers, Windows, Adobe Page Maker, Corel Draw and Adobe Photoshop etc.

 

f.Networking & Managing Routers & Switches

Advance Networking (N+): Networking Fundamentals; Transmission Media; Transmission Media Connections; Networking Models & Protocols; Networking Management System; Planning Network Installation; Installing the Network; Network security & Backup Systems; Troubleshooting Network Problems. CCNA: Basics of Networking & Design of simple networks; Describe network communications using layered models; Understanding protocols with layered approach; understanding TCP/IP and UDP; IP addressing and subnetting; VLSM, FLSMCIDR and summarisation;Perform an initial configuration on a router; How to configure Cicso  routers; Evaluate the characteristics of routing protocols & routed protocols; Advanced implentation of routing protocols; Configure routing protocols giv en user requirement; Develop an access list to meet user specifications; Describer the Spanning Tree process; Evaluate key characteristics of WANs; IOS Back up & Passwork breaking technique of routers & switches; Identify Security threats to a network and describe general methods to mitigate those threats; Project report and Seminar report  submission. (Should have fair knowledge on computers. Participants can appear for Cisco Certification.)

 

g. Web Designing:

Images and the Web, HTML Text Formating, Adding links with HTML, HTML Tables,  HTML Forms, MTNL Frames, Interactive tools, Internet Security Management concepts.

 

3.CERTIFICATE COURSE IN MANAGEMENT

 

a. Certificate in Business Management

Economic analysis and policy, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Organization Behaviour, Manufacturing & Materials Management, Marketing Management, Legal aspects in Management, Managerial computing, Business research methods, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Project Management, Strategic Management, Industrial Marketing, Service Marketing, Human Resources Management, Communication & Presentation Skills, Financial Management, Sales and Distribution Management, Operations Management, Retail Management, Managing Conflicts & Negotiations,  Entrepreneurship Development and Management Information System.

 

b. Certificate in Supply Chain Management/Logistic Management

Marketing Channels, Types of channel structures, Principles of channel Design,Managing Channel Partners, Conflict Management, Introduction to International Retail formats, Order Processing Systems, Types of Inventory Management, Transport System.

 

c. Retail Management

Retail Concepts and Environment. Principles of Retail selling, Effective Stores mangement, Effective inventory planning and control, Retail marketing and brand management, Promotional planning and execution, People management in retail, Supply chain processes and their vital importance to the retail industry, Vendor selection, Development and performance analysis, Consumer behaviour, Customer relationship management, Hiring, Training & retaining manpower in retail business, Principles of visual merchandising and space planning, Retail technologies available and its application.

 

d. Administration of Academic Institutions

Institutional level management, management of education and role of state policies, inventory management & budgeting, maintenance of records & registers, time table management, handling accidental situations, general overview of all national level advisory & regulation bodies, arrangement & organization of co-curricular activities, school function, sports day, annual day, carnivals, fete, seminars, conferences, hobby clubs & academic clubs, management of school auxiliary services, canteen, mess, hostel, transport, security, bookshop, uniform shop, general sanitation & health education.

 

e. Business Management

Economic analysis and policy, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Organisational Behaviour, Manufacturing & Materials Management, Marketing Management, Legal aspects in Management, Managerial computing, Business Reearch Methods, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Project Management, Strategic Management, Industrial Marketing, Service Marketing, Human Resources Management, Communication & Presentation Skills, Financial Management, Sales  and Distribution Management, Operations Management, Retail Management,Managing conflicts & negotiations, Entrepreneurship Development and Management Information System.

 

f.Supply Chain Management

Marketing channels, types of channel structures, principles of channel design, managing channel partners, conflict management, introduction to international retail formats, order processing systems, types of inventory management and transport system.

 

g. Retail Management

Retail concepts and environment, principles of retail selling, in-store customer service and after sales service, basic principles of retail marketing, store operations, management and supervisory skills, essentials of store display, introduction to sourcing and purchasing, stores and inventory management, retail technologies (store level), case studies in retail management - international and domestic, soft- skills attitude, interpersonal skills, communication and interview skills.

 

h. Marketing & Sales Management

Marketing – An overview, evolution of marketing and approaches to its study, marketing concepts, the marketing system, marketing processes and extra micro- nvironmental factors, marketing management, marketing organizational structure, market analysis, consumer demand and segmentation, consumer behaviour and buying motives, consumer decision making, product planning and development, product related strategies, pricing policies and strategies, marketing research, physical distribution, marketing channels, distribution channel system and wholesaling,  marketing. Channels – Retailing, promotion of marketing, communication process, advertising management of sales force/personal selling, sales policies, business ethics and mart organization. Discount and prices, distribution and relation with other distributors, publicity, attitude towards customers and consumers, attitude towards competitors, attitude towards employees of the business, how retailers should be helped to resell, window displays and window dressing and principles of window display.

 

i.Facilities Management

Gain an insight into Facilities Management and understand Global trends; Recognize and respond to the significance of context, organisation setting, people, process and time for facilities management; Optimize & advance Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); critically evaluate leadership & process in Facilities Management.

 

 

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