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Application Oriented Engineering Curriculum

Civil Engineering Stack

Structural Design

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  • Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings and Practices
  • Practical Design of Structural Steel Members
  • Design of Structural Steel Buildings and Practices
  • Precast Members - Systems & Construction
  • Design of Concrete Structural Members
  • Pre-Engineered Buildings
Construction

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  • Formwork Engineering Practices
  • Concreting Techniques and Practices
  • Heavy Lifting Techniques & Machinery
  • Construction Equipment & Techniques
Transportation Engineering

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  • Bridge Engineering Design Practices
  • Highway and Pavement Engineering
  • Airports and Seaports Engineering
  • Metro Rail Transportation Design & Construction
GeoTechnical

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  • Foundation Engineering Practices
  • Design and Execution of Pile Foundations
  • Deep Excavation and Tunnels
Environmental Engg & WRE

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  • Water Supply Engineering
  • Solid Waste Engineering & Design
  • Sustainable Design of Buildings

SME Pool-Civil Engineering

Dr. C V R Murty

Chief Mentor - Civil Engineering - L&T EduTech
Professor IIT Madras

Founding Dean- IIT Jodhpur

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Balasubramanian R

Lead SME - Civil Engineering- L&T EduTech
M. Tech- IIT Madras

Area of Expertise:

Mr. L.S. Kannan

Head-Concrete Management Department (Buildings & Factories) – L&T Construction
36 years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. K Veerappan

Head-Engineering Design and Research Centre (Buildings & Factories) – L&T Construction
M.E – CEG, 35+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr. Shiv Shanker

PhD (Structural Engg) – University of Texas Austin
20 years of experience in the industry

Area of Expertise:

Dr. Sreenath S

PhD – IIT Madras
9 years of industry experience and
6 years of research experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. V. Jaya Pragash

Head-Geotechnical Engineering-Residential Buildings and Factories BNF IC -L&T Construction, ME (Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering), 22 years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr. S. Rajkumar

Head-Centre for Excellence & Futuristic Department -Building & Factories IC-L&T Construction
20+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr. C. Mekala

Ph.D. - IIT Madras

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Dhinesh K

M. Tech - NIT Calicut

Area of Expertise:

Krishna Madhu

M. Tech - NIT Nagpur

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Amitendra Sarkar

B.E (Civil), Head-System Upgradation & Standardisation- Centre of Excellence-Formwork, 24+ years of experience in the formwork industry

Area of Expertise:

Mr. T. Jagannath

M.E (Structural Engineering)-GCE Salem, DGM-Centre of Excellence-Formwork, 17 years of industry experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. D. Arunkumar

B.E (Civil) – Sona College of Technology
PG (Construction Management) - NICMAR,
14 years of experience in Formwork

Area of Expertise:

Concreting Techniques and Practices (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

The course provides practical knowledge on concrete technology which includes testing of materials, Indian Standard code procedures, handling of concrete at projects, do’s and don’ts for concrete, etc. This course also provides knowledge on Self Compacting Concrete, Pavement Quality Concrete, Dry Lean Concrete and Mass Concrete. The learner will get practical tips on best practices in concrete construction from L&T’s decades of experience in handling hundreds of millions of cubic meters of concrete in its project sites. This course will help the learner acquire application-oriented knowledge in concrete technology.


Key Topics

Concrete Testing of Cement Mineral Admixtures Coarse Aggregates - Types Fine Aggregates – Types Tests on Coarse and Fine Aggregates Water and Chemical Admixtures Blending of Aggregate Various Methods of Mix Design Thumb Rule for Mix Design


Course Objectives

The ‘Concreting Techniques and Practices’ course will help learners understand the importance of making good quality concrete resulting in durable structures. This course will impart knowledge on materials used in concrete, relevant Indian standard codes, and practical aspects on concreting activities at projects.


Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the learner will have the knowledge required for working in a quality control/concrete technologist role in either construction projects or Ready-Mix Concrete plants.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Foundation Engineering Practices (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This course deals with the basics of foundation engineering covering wide range of topics in foundation engineering from analysing the soil to selection of foundation and design of foundations based on the project requirements, developed from L&T’s expertise in the field. A case study with real time examples including relevant images and videos has been provided for better understanding of the course. The theory and concept behind earth retaining structures and the stability of a retaining wall has also been covered.


Key Topics

Soil investigation Shallow foundations Deep foundations Retaining walls Concept of stability and an overview of MSE walls


Course Objectives

To aid learners in understanding the basics of geotechnical engineering by learning the concepts behind soil investigation, selection of foundation based on the soil types, its design and construction methodologies.


Learning Outcomes

By completing this course, the learner will gain knowledge and understanding in the actual execution process, and know the soil behaviour for each type of foundation. The learners will also be able to analyse the soil investigation report and design a type of foundation based on the requirements and understand the basic concepts behind retaining walls, which will aid in real time execution.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Design and Execution of Pile Foundations (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This course deals with the design techniques for deep foundations and covers the execution aspects in detail based on the expertise from L&T. The course covers the step-by-step procedure required for the design and the construction of each type of pile which aids the learners in understanding the real-time execution of a pile. It also covers the overview of the advancements in pile foundation such as CFA piles, Spun piles, and Helical piles. The quality checks to be carried out for different pile types are also covered in this course.


Key Topics

Construction, design & case studies of various types of piles Bored cast in-situ piles Driven cast in-situ piles Precast driven piles Precast concrete piles in pre-bored holes Under reamed piles Methods of load testing Overview of spun piles, helical piles, micro piles CFA piles, steel piles Quality Checks for Pile Foundation Software analysis Challenges faced during execution


Course Objectives

To aid learners in understanding the concepts of pile foundation, its design and its applications.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to understand the basis of implementation of pile foundations and will be able to select the suitable pile type based on the project requirements. They will be able to design the pile foundation and understand the execution process.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings and Practices (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

The course provides key design techniques and practical application aspects from L&T’s decades of expertise in designing structures. The course takes the learner through the typical process in designing reinforced concrete buildings particularly those about 10 stories tall and less than 50 meters in height. This advanced course provides the experience of designing reinforced concrete buildings as it happens in any design office. The course covers schematic design of gravity and lateral load resisting systems in a reinforced concrete building, when to choose a particular system and how to size various components (slabs, beams, columns, shear walls). It also includes calculation of loads and analysis of structure, design and detailing of reinforcement in various components in a hands-on manner.


Key Topics

Codes Design parameters Analysis, design & detailing of various structural elements Structural modeling & coordination Calculations for gravity and lateral loads, analysis in software Bill of quantities


Course Objectives

To help the learners understand the concepts and practical aspects in the design & construction of reinforced concrete buildings.


Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, the learner will know how to do a full-fledged design of any low to medium rise reinforced concrete building.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Design of Structural Steel Buildings and Practices (Civil Engineering)

 DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL STEEL BUILDINGS

About the Course

This course provides the practical aspects in design of a small to medium rise steel building starting from the selection of the appropriate structural system based on building functionality, to the design and detailing of its various components. This course covers the assessment of different loads in the building, application of the same in analysis and design software models, various vertical and lateral load-resisting systems and the basis of its selection, integration of various services in the building, design and detailing of elements and connections, etc. This course also covers the different stages in design to execution of steel buildings briefly.


Key Topics

Structural systems and its components Loads and its assessment in buildings Structural modelling & coordination Analysis and design based on project requirements Key fabrication, execution, and inspection aspects


Course Objectives

To help learners understand the concepts and practical aspects in the design & construction of steel buildings.


Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, learners will be able to design a low to medium rise steel building considering the functional, services integration and execution aspects.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Practical Design of Structural Steel Members (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This course covers the fundamentals of structural steel design from an industry standpoint. Each course topic covers details of various components of a project, which will roll up to the complete design of a fully integrated steel structure. This course exposes learners on the design of steel building elements for a typical building. This will also help in bridging the gap between the design of specific building components and the complete design of a steel structure. The examples and details provided in the course not only gives the learners an essential background on structural steel design, but also provides subject material that closely mirrors details and examples that occur in practice.


Key Topics

Design of Tension & Compression Members Design of Beams & Plate Girders Roof trusses Design of connections – Bolts & Welds


Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to provide comprehensive knowledge about structural steel and its design as an element in a building.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to perceive the fundamentals in designing the various steel elements & its connections by understanding its behavior thereby gaining confidence in designing a complete structure.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Formwork Engineering Practices (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This is a tailor-made course curated by the Subject Matter Experts of L&T, covering the key selection criteria for formwork, its techniques and the industry requirements in the formwork design for reinforced concrete structures. Formwork is a significant aspect of the construction industry in developed nations. It has significantly improved the standards of the construction industry. The key learnings of this course would be the recent advancements in the formwork systems and their technological advantages over the traditional formwork systems. This course will help the learners build their expertise and knowledge to excel in the construction industry.


Key Topics

Codes & standards Formwork planning & monitoring Analysis, design concepts & detailing of formwork for various RCC elements Drawing & detailing of formwork drawing Bill of quantities Types of formwork Formwork failures & remedies


Course Objectives

To facilitate learners to understand the selection criteria of formwork, its techniques and the industry requirements in the design, decision making and application process of formwork for RCC structures.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will understand:

  • the basic concepts and types of formwork
  • various engineering applications of formwork
  • parameters to be considered in selecting the right formwork system
  • design principles of formwork
  • how the formwork is planned for various structures

This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Heavy Lifting Techniques & Machinery (Civil and Mechanical Engineering)

About the Course

This course covers the recent advancements in the innovative methods for handling critical and special structures while demonstrating the usage of heavy machineries. The engineering principles and their practical applications in lifting systems are explained with case studies. This course is devised to share the experiences of the industry experts with the learners while covering the fundamental concepts of engineering used in heavy lifting, machineries and innovative methods. The course not only covers the latest advancements in usage of heavy lifting equipment, but also deals with the first principles of machine elements. It will cover a wide range of industries such as Oil & Gas, Power & Energy, Infrastructure and Minerals & Mining. This course will broaden the outlook of the learners to complex practical challenges faced in the industry.


Key Topics

Application of Mechanics Lifting Gears and Accessories Basic Elements of Lifting Machines Load Handling Machines Specialised Lifting Machines and Applications Cloud migration needs and process Preparation of Lift Plans Equipment for Horizontal Movement Design of Handling Provisions Basic Design of Load Bearing Structures Non-Conventional Lifting Methodologies Rigging Safety


Course Objectives

To introduce the learners to the basic engineering concepts used in heavy lifting and provide basic knowledge about the various machineries and techniques used in the industry. The course will give learners an understanding on how to develop lift plan including selection of suitable methods, machineries and lifting gears.


Learning Outcomes

The learners will gain knowledge about practical applications of engineering concepts in heavy lifting. The leaners will learn how to choose suitable methods and machineries for various lifting operations in infrastructure, manufacturing, hydrocarbon, power and transportation industries.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Airports and Seaports Engineering (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This course provides the learner with an overview of Planning, Design and Construction of Airport and Seaport. It will provide a roadmap for learners to understand the concepts involved in Civil, Structural, Architectural and MEP functions involved in the Planning and Design of transportation infrastructure projects. These concepts are reinforced with demonstrations and case studies/projects that have been successfully carried out in major cities in India and Abroad. It provides brief knowledge to the learner to steer through their career in the field of transportation engineering. The course also provides information on the rapid advancement of technology in this field and helps the learner to acquire application-oriented knowledge with the help of case studies.


Key Topics

Airport

  • Master planning process of a commercial airport
  • Planning of airside, landside and terminal buildings
  • Design and execution of runways and taxiways
  • Execution of navigational aids and meteorological stations
  • Maintenance, evaluation and rehabilitation of existing runways and taxiways

Seaport

  • Overview of marine structures
  • Operation and components of ports
  • Shore protection and reclamation
  • Design considerations and functional requirements of marine structures
  • Design and construction of permanent and enabling structures

Course Objectives

This course will present the concepts on the design aspects and knowledge on the construction methods. It will provide exposure to the field and serve as base for future practitioners in the field of transportation engineering.


Learning Outcomes

Learners are expected to gain knowledge on the design concepts of different structures and their constructability aspect related to transportation infrastructure.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Metro Rail Transportation Design & Construction (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This course will provide the learner with an overview of major functions involved in the Metro system. It will provide a roadmap for learners to understand the concepts involved in Civil, Structural, Architectural & MEP functions for Planning and Design of Metros. These concepts are reinforced with demonstrations and real case studies/projects that have been successfully carried out in major cities in India and Abroad. It provides brief knowledge to the learner to steer through their career in the field of Metro Rail, which is currently the most sought-after mode of mass transportation in rapidly growing urban hubs. The course also provides insights on the future modes of transportation, to supplement the learner to stay adept amidst the rapid advancement of technology in this field.


Key Topics

Introduction - History and evolution Various functions - Architecture, MEP, HVAC Contracts and Quality in Metros Overview of Elevated Metros Construction Technology - Elevated Metros Analysis and design of Stations and Viaduct Overview of Underground Metros Construction methodology - Top down and bottom up Analysis & Design – Temporary and Permanent Structures Future Tech - High Speed, Maglev etc.


Course Objectives

To introduce learners to the core concepts of planning, systems and procedures, structural analysis, and design of underground and elevated Metros. They will be able to understand the basic concepts about the various types of construction methodologies adopted in the metro industry. The course facilitates the learners to involve in engineering works related to Metro planning, design, and construction.


Learning Outcomes

Leaners will be able to:

  • Identify the various components of Metro & its Planning for various disciplines
  • Overview of Elevated and Underground Metro
  • Analysis and design of Elevated and Underground Metro
  • Understand contracts systems and quality systems in Metro

This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Solid Waste Engineering and System Design (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This course is a unique blend of core concepts of engineering and management for enriching knowledge and skill development on Solid Waste Management. The course will provide a roadmap for learners to understand the fundamentals applied in solid waste collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal with brief introduction on policy and governance. These concepts weaved with demonstrations and real case studies/projects through digital platform will enrich the intricacy of learners to be employable. The practical use cases in biogas technology, composting, material recovery facility, derived fuel technologies, pyrolysis, and on special waste will ensure the learners skill development towards circular economy in waste management. The course is curated with a learner centric approach to provide exposure to design, with practical demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and projects.


Key Topics

Sampling and Characterization of solid waste Design of Hauled and stationary container systems Material recovery facility Refuse derived fuels RDF Decentralized Smart Composting techniquesBiogas and Codigestion Techniques Engineered landfills E Wastes, Plastic Waste, Hazardous waste, Construction, and demolition Waste Sensors and IoT Applications in Solid Waste


Course Objectives

To introduce the learners to the core concepts of Solid Waste Management. They will get basic knowledge about the various types of solid waste, sources, collection types and vehicles, transfer stations, latest treatment technologies, and secured landfill disposal methods. The learners will be exposed to the fundamentals of engineering design, policy guidelines and smart technology-based solutions.


Course Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to

  1. Set up and apply solutions for real time solid waste issues in the society, abiding financial, operational capacities and governance.
  2. Arrive at management solutions for reduction, reuse and recycling of waste depending on the nature and characteristics of municipal solid wastes
  3. Plan and design systems for recycling, material recovery facility, incineration, composting, and landfill selection for municipal solid waste.
  4. Develop smart technology solutions by modelling and sensor networks for collection and monitoring of solid waste

This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Construction Equipment & Techniques (Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering)

About the Course

This course teaches about modern equipment used in construction projects like bridges, roads, runways, building, tunnels etc. Construction equipment is used to complete the task with less manpower, high quality and high safety in the fastest possible way. This course clearly explains the purpose of heavy construction equipment covering Earthmoving equipment, Concrete equipment, Hoisting equipment, Tunnelling equipment, Power Generators, Utility, Finishing and Other construction equipment. It also explains how to identify the right equipment for the right job. In this course, the subject matter experts share their experiences about latest technology, modern construction equipment, chain of equipment and maintenance technics being followed in construction industry. The course will enlighten the learner on typical construction equipment used globally and also covers life cycle management of the equipment.


Key Topics

Introduction to Construction equipment Basic of Hydraulics Concreting equipment Earthmoving equipment Road making equipment Equipment life cycle management Construction Power and Power Generating equipment & Utility equipment Quarry / Mining Tunnelling equipment / Piling equipment / Vertical access machines Mechanization and digitalisation in construction Horizontal movement vehicles Small machines / Hand toolsSafety in Construction equipment


Course Objectives

To introduce the learner to the various types of equipment that are used in construction projects. The course also explains the major components and the working principles of these construction equipment. The course imparts knowledge about the application of these equipment for performing various construction activities in projects.


Learning Outcomes

The learner will get knowledge about the various equipment used in construction projects, the practical functions that the machines can perform and selection of right equipment for the intended purpose.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Precast Members - Systems & Construction (All engineering streams)

About the Course

The objective of this course is to enhance the knowledge of Students and field engineers about precast and prefabricated building construction. Precast and prefabricated building construction is gaining importance nowadays due to the quality, speed of construction and economic benefit. This type of construction is significantly different from conventional building construction. This course will cover all the important technical aspects and also gives explanations with practical examples for designing precast concrete structures


Key Topics

Basics Different types of precast elements and its system Manufacturing process Techniques involved in the Handling Transportation and ErectionModelling & Design aspects Different types of connections Interdisciplinary coordination Quality defects & it’s remedies Case studies of L&T Executed jobs.


Course Objectives

To help learners understand the concepts about precast fundamentals, precast component behavior, design and structural connections.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to comprehend general principles, various types of elements, design methodology, joints and connections, functional requirements, and construction methods for implementing these elements.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Deep Excavation and Tunnels (Civil Engineering)

About the Course

Underground structures have become very crucial today due to various reasons such as growing urbanization, development of strategic structures like oil storage caverns, hydroelectric projects, improvement in rail road connectivity etc. The need of experts involved in the design as well as site management for these underground structures is rapidly increasing throughout the world. Therefore, this course on deep excavation and tunnels is structured in a way to impart a brief understanding on the various types of underground Tunnels, Caverns and Shafts, its components, construction methodology and certain basic design aspects in the field on geotechnical/rock engineering and tunneling.


Key Topics

Introduction to Underground Tunnels Site Investigation Tunnel Construction Methods Tunnel Design Methodologies Tunnel Support Systems Instrumentation and Monitoring Design and Construction of Deep Excavations Caverns, Shafts and Underground Stations Design Software’s Used for Design


Course Objectives

  • To introduce learners to the various concepts associated with underground tunnels.
  • The learners will get basic knowledge about the various types of construction methods adopted for tunnels, caverns and deep excavations and the design methodologies associated with each construction technique in accordance to the latest state of the art.

Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to:

  • Understand the different types of underground structures, components associated with it and its support system.
  • Arrive at the right construction technique to be adopted for tunneling based on various conditions.
  • Understand the basics of various design methodologies being practiced.
  • Understand the basics of design software's used in the industry for design of underground structures.
  • Get and overview and importance of Instrumentation and
  • Monitoring in tunneling

This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Stack

Electrical Power Systems

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  • Power Transmission & Distribution
  • Industrial Power System Analysis
  • Practitioner's Approach to Power System Protection & switchgear
  • Power System Operation and Control
  • Renewable Energy & Power Evacuation
  • Smart Grid Technologies
  • Electrical Power Distribution Engineering and Automation
  • Integrated Engineering of MV Substation
Applied Electronics

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  • Microprocessors & Applications – A Practical Approach
  • Embedded System Design
  • FPGA Design for Industrial Applications (VLSI)
  • Digital Image Processing
  • Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
Control and Instrumentation

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  • Control System Engineering
  • SCADA and Substation Automation
  • Electric Vehicles and Control
Applied Computer Engineering

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  • Wireless Sensor Networks and 5G technology
  • Pervasive Computing for Industry 4.0
Building Services

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  • Advanced Electrical System Design for Buildings
  • Extra Low Voltage System Design for Buildings

SME Pool-Electrical Engineering

Dr. Jayanta Pal

Chief Mentor - Electrical Engineering - L&T EduTech Professor Emeritus- IIT Kharagpur

Area of Expertise:

Dr Ajit Pal

Chief Mentor - Electronics Engineering- L&T EduTech Professor- IIT Kharagpur

Area of Expertise:

Mr. K K Jembu Kailas

Lead SME - Electrical Engineering - L&T EduTech
B.E. (College of Engineering Guindy)

Area of Expertise:

Mr. C.S. Seshadri

Advisor – L&T Construction
39+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Srinivasan S

VP & Head - Engineering, Power Transmission & Distribution, L&T Construction, B.E. (Kamaraj University, Madurai), 38+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr. P Rangarajan

Ph.D - College of Engineering Guindy

Area of Expertise:

Dr. Deva Brinda Deepak

Ph.D - College of Engineering Guindy

Area of Expertise:

Dr. Venkatalakshmi B

Ph.D - College of Engineering Guindy

Area of Expertise:

Integrated Engineering of MV Substation (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

About the Course

This course has a unique blend of fundamental concepts and engineering methodology for substations up to 33kV. The course is structured pragmatically to help the learner understand the industry practices in carrying out the engineering for substations and selection of various substation equipment in accordance with Indian & International Standards. In addition, it covers the electrical safety rules, safe operating procedures and an overview of maintenance practices to give a holistic understanding of the subject.


Key Topics

Substation design principles Transformers Switchgear Protection DC & AC auxiliary system Control/Aux components Control schemes Layout engineering Earthing & lighting protection Building services


Course Objectives

To help learners understand the concepts behind substation engineering and design. The course also aims to give exposure to the requirements of practical projects which are not covered in regular curriculum.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to understand the key concepts of design, construction, operation and maintenance of electrical substations.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Industrial Power System Analysis (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

About the Course

The ‘Power System Analysis and Stability’ is a fundamental course in the branch of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, which deals with modelling and analysing of the entire power system which consists of various components such as generators, power transformers, bus bars, circuit breakers, transmission lines, loads etc. This course also provides exposure to industrial software tools like ETAP (Electrical Transient and Analyser Program) and PSCAD (Power System Computer aided design). Our present-day power system is a giant network with interconnected systems and requires extensive power system studies at almost all stages of its planning, operation and control. Power plants generate myriads of gigawatts of power every day, further; the power is carried to the consumer premises with the aid of transmission lines and distribution lines. While transporting power from generating station to consumer premises, the system may come across many challenging phenomena such as, overload, short circuit, and other types of faults. Therefore, ‘Power System Analysis and Stability’ is an important course for every practicing engineers should know to become a good power system protection engineer or transmission and distribution engineer.


Key Topics

Per unit analysis Power flow studies or load flow analysis Fault calculations and analysis AC-DC load flow analysis Power system stability analysis Synchronous machine modelling and representation in stability studies Voltage enhancement methods


Course Objectives

Learners will learn the power system concepts, various power system components, power system behaviour, load flow analysis, modelling of power system networks and stability enhancement methods in power systems.


Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to understand various aspects of power systems, perform analysis and modelling on power systems and identify the stability enhancement methods in power systems.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Microprocessors & Applications – A Practical Approach (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

About the Course

This course on ‘Microprocessors and Applications’ is a foundational course for obtaining the knowledge and skills in the area of Embedded Systems. The course has been designed with a clear vision and roadmap for the undergraduate programme with fundamentals of digital electronics, applied in designing microprocessors and microcontrollers, leading to application-specific embedded boards and real time operating systems. The course provides the learners an ability to visualize the applied principles of digital systems and to correlate the role of microprocessors in every domain of life. The concepts of the course are weaved with perfect demonstrations through digital platform along with use cases, which provide complete learner engagement. During the course, the instructional model is designed to ensure that the learner has opportunities to explore modular tasks using simulation platforms and to gain practical experience by executing an in-course project.


Key Topics

8-bit RISC microprocessor 8-bit CISC microcontroller Different communication interfaces ARM processors AVR microcontrollers Case study using AVR microcontroller-based development boards


Course Objectives

Learners will be introduced to generic architecture, addressing modes and interrupts of microprocessors and microcontrollers. This course will also help learners understand assembly language programming for microprocessors and microcontrollers, principles of interfacing I/O & memory, programmable peripheral interfaces and modular development boards.


Learning Outcomes

On completion of the course, the learner will be able to

  • Manipulate the relation of digital circuits in building the structure of microprocessors and microcontrollers
  • Understand the various functionalities of microprocessors and microcontrollers
  • Compare the performance of microprocessors with that of microcontrollers
  • Select the appropriate microprocessors and microcontrollers for different applications
  • Characterize the different interfacing mechanisms of microprocessors and microcontrollers
  • Develop simple assembly language programs
  • Articulate the role of microprocessors and microcontrollers in modular embedded systems

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Practitioner's Approach to Power System Protection & switchgear (Electrical Engineering)

About the Course

Power system protection and switchgear plays a crucial role in establishing reliable electrical power systems. Improperly designed protection systems can lead to major power failures. Due to the increasing dependency of electricity, such power failures can have a serious impact on society and the economy. Application knowledge of power system-protection is key when it comes to optimising the reliability level of electrical infrastructure. With the advances in protection and communication technology in recent decades plus the strong increase of renewable energy sources, the design and operation of power system protection systems has become ever more challenging. The course provides an up-to-date presentation of the role of protective relays in protecting the power system equipment. It provides a theoretical summary along with examples of real-life engineering applications to a variety of technical problems, thereby bridging the gap between the theoretical advances, experimental validations and practical engineering.


Key Topics

Power system overview Basics of power system protection Types & effect of electrical faults Instrument transformers with an insight into optical transformers used in power industries Working principle and operation of protective relays Protection of transformers with testing demo Protection of motors and relays used Protection of transmission lines Working principle and application of low, medium, and high voltage switchgear, circuit breakers


Course Objectives

The aim of the course is to help learners familiarise themselves with power system protection and switchgear. The learners will understand power system apparatus protection, static/numerical relays-its selection and application, functioning of different high voltage/low voltage switchgears and selection of the same for industry applications.


Learning Outcomes

On completion of the course, the learner will be able to identify the causes of abnormal operating conditions of the power apparatus in power system, select suitable protection schemes for different power apparatus and diagnose reasons for the various abnormal behaviour of switchgear operation.


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Electrical Power Distribution Engineering and Automation (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

About the Course

The course on ‘Electric Power Distribution Engineering and Automation’ is a practical-oriented course blended with conceptual knowledge covering the latest technological trends like SCADA & automation developed using L&T’s expertise in the field. The course also includes various aspects of power distribution, indoor and outdoor equipment up to 33kV. The course adopts a cross-disciplinary approach to ensure that the learners understand site execution, testing and commissioning. Throughout the course, safety aspects have been emphasised in every area of work.


Key Topics

Overview of generation, transmission and distribution Various distribution substations Different types of distribution schemes Survey techniques for distribution lines Construction of overhead distribution line Components of distribution network Classification of distribution schemes Different stringing methods for overhead lines Protection system and testing & commissioning of distribution system Distribution through underground cabling SCADA and automation for distribution system


Course Objectives

The course aims to impart knowledge on various aspects of power distribution like equipment installation, line survey, electrical safety, testing and commissioning. Also, to provide exposure to learners to the industrial practices, recommendations of Indian standards, electrical equipment offered by the leading manufacturers and the uses of the equipment in real life cases.


Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to understand power distribution in a holistic manner.


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Advanced Electrical System Design for Buildings (Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Architecture)

About the Course

When entering a mall, a hospital, or any commercial building, have you ever wondered how the electrical system would be designed to give you the hassle-free experience of maintaining the ambient temperature and lighting, your smooth movement across different floors, the signage indicators, or the emergency backup in case of a cut off?

This experience is made available to you with a robust, yet simple and accurately calculated electrical design done by the engineers of today. Through this course, we intend to give you an in-depth knowledge in such designs.

This course covers all the major areas such as planning the layout, the outdoor and indoor aspects of electrical equipment, talks about sizing the equipment, designing the detailed electrical points, lighting, cabling, installation, commissioning, testing and operation & maintenance.

Key Topics

Electrical System Design Overview Load Estimation and Calculation Single Line Diagram Switchyard and Substation Planning Lighting & Earthing System Cables, Cable Tray, Laying and Installation USP & Battery Sizing and Calculations

Course Objectives

To help the learners to understand the advanced concepts on how to approach various building related electrical system designs in line with current industrial practices and material availability in the market.

Learning Outcomes

The learners will have a complete idea on how to perform:

  • Various electrical calculations
  • Equipment sizing
  • Layout planning
  • Know various codes, standards, regulations to be followed and
  • Importance of coordination with other discipline

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Extra Low Voltage System Design for Buildings (Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Architecture)

About the Course

Today, with all the technological advancement, the challenge is making the electrical items consuming the lowest power to work. Extra low voltage, as the name spells out, briefs electronic and digital equipment that is now becoming a part of our day-to-day infrastructure which works consuming the least power, say at voltages from 5V to 24V DC and 230V AC.

Be it offices, malls, hospitals, commercial & residential buildings, all are becoming smart from security to access to indoor/outdoor building management.

This course explains in details, systems that are now integral part of any infrastructure. The course covers in detail about all that is needed for any Building Management System.


Key Topics

Principles of Extra Low Voltage (ELV) System Analogue and IP based CCTV Camera System Access Control System, its applications, design, installation, testing and commissioning Public Address System, its working philosophy, design aspects Building Management System Networking, Fiber Optics, its design, installation, testing and commissioning Screening & Protection System, its equipment, working and types

Course Objectives

  • To give learners, an overall understanding of the concepts behind
  • Extra Low Voltage systems and how to apply those concepts in real world applications.
  • Learners can know how the solution can be deployed in residential, commercial for the purpose of better control and security.

Learning Outcomes

  • Visualize an ELV solution for a given industry problem, conceptually design a solution and know what it takes to implement the same on the ground.
  • Analyze and develop solutions for problems in the extra low voltage system and identify their applications

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Cyber Physical Systems for Industrial Applications

About the Course

The purpose of this course is to take a holistic view of Cyber Physical Systems, with a focus on various computational features for engineering disciplines such as complex communications, control and information fusion for Industrial Application. The course also aims to provide adequate practical exposure to hardware and software co-design in the development of Cyber Physical Systems for industries.

Key Topics

Embedded Systems ARM Processors Embedded C Cyber Physical Systems Micro Python

Course Objectives

The Course aims to address the following aspects:

  • To provide a thorough understanding of the fundamental ideas of Cyber Physical Systems (CPS).
  • To teach the applications of Cyber Physical components, such as sensors, actuators, processors, communication devices etc.
  • To learn and apply the fundamentals of embedded C and Micro Python programming for CPS applications.
  • To address features required in building CPS in application such as Healthcare, Smart Civil Structures and Smart Cities, Mechatronics, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Industrial Automation etc.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, learners will be able to

  • Get a thorough knowledge and expertise of Cyber Physical Systems design paradigms, architectures, opportunities, and problems, both in terms of software and hardware. Analyze the CPS’ specification and implement the same for real time industrial applications.
  • Expand their knowledge of CPS design through hands-on experiments and project-based learning.
  • Improve their employability and entrepreneurship capacity as a result of knowledge advancement in current trends in CPS.

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Mechanical Engineering Stack

Process Plant Engineering

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  • Industrial Piping Engineering
  • Utility Systems in Chemical Process Plants
  • Ventilation & Airconditioning System Design for Buildings
  • Design of Fire and Life Safety System for Buildings
  • Industrial Applications of Heat Exchangers and Thermal Design
  • Thermodynamics and Heat & Mass Transfer – An Industrial Context
Manufacturing

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  • Industrial Practices in Manufacturing with Ferrous Materials & Alloys
Power Plant Engineering

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  • Power Plant Engineering - An Industrial Context
  • Power Plant Boiler & Auxiliary Systems
  • Power Plant Steam Turbine & Auxiliary Systems

SME Pool-Mechanical Engineering

Dr. S R Kale

Chief Mentor – Mechanical Engineering – L&T EduTech
Professor - IIT Delhi

Area of Expertise:

Mani Sankar Chakraborthy

Lead SME - Mechanical Engineering – L&T EduTech M.S. - Southern Illinois University, US
37+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr. N M Rao

Ph.D – IIT Kharagpur

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Mihir M. Patel

Head of Engineering-Advanced Value Engineering & Technology (AdVENT)-L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering M.S. - University of North Dakota, USA
35+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Arvind Kaushik

Advanced Value Engineering & Technology (AdVENT)-L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering M. Tech. (Chemical Engg.) – IIT Kanpur TUV certified Functional Safety Professional
35+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Ms. Sweta Kanchanwala

B.E - Instrumentation and Control,
14+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Power Plant Engineering - An Industrial Context (Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering)

About the Course

The course provides an overview of coal and gas based thermal power plant, nuclear power plant. It takes a multidisciplinary approach to real life applications and practices of thermal power plant. The course is precisely designed to cover technological advancement in systems and equipment. The course topics include the system engineering and design aspects, technical features and constructional details of all the major equipment, their auxiliary systems and balance of plant systems.


Key Topics

Indian power scenario Thermodynamics Boiler, steam turbine, generator Balance of plant systems Gas based power plant Nuclear power plant Power plant layout and piping Electric power generation, evacuation and power distribution within plant Control and instrumentation systems


Course Objectives

  • To impart practical knowledge on real-life industrial applications of multidisciplinary technical equipment and systems in thermal power plant and nuclear power plant
  • To develop total theoretical & practical knowledge of layout & processes
  • Exposure to latest technologies and software used in power plant engineering
  • To develop essential skills and to provide virtual exposure for efficiently handling any equipment & systems in an EPC power project or power plant

Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to enhance their knowledge and work in the design, construction and operation of thermal power plant.


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Design of Fire and Life Safety System for Buildings

About the Course

This course provides key design techniques and practical application aspects related to Fire and Life Safety Engineering. It takes the learner through the design, Installation and Maintenance of Active and Passive Fire Protection Systems which are typically installed in Infrastructures. This advanced course provides the learner the experience of designing fire protection systems in line with design standards and statutory requirements. It is developed in a manner to provide information via real time case studies and design examples which will support the learner’s understanding about the design of active fire protection systems. The course also includes description about the various passive fire protection systems that can be implemented into fire safety design to ensure a fire safe infrastructure or premise.


Key Topics

Elements of fire Building Classification Hazard Classification Active fire protection systems Fire Resistance Passive fire protection systems Life Safety Codes and Standards Statutory requirements


Course Objectives

The course will present concepts and practical aspects of Design, Installation & Maintenance of Active and Passive fire protection Systems.


Learning Outcomes

Learners are expected to be able to do a full-fledged design of Active Fire Protection System and Specify Passive fire protection system requirements in a Building.


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Ventilation & Air Conditioning System Design for Buildings (Mechanical Engineering)

About the Course

The course provides key design techniques and practical application aspects in designing HVAC systems. The course takes the learner through the typical process of designing HVAC systems, particularly for Buildings, with various applications. This course will help learners to design HVAC systems for buildings with a practical approach and real time methods used in the industry. The course covers the fundamental concepts of Air-conditioning and refrigeration systems along with the important calculations used to design efficient air-conditioning and ventilation systems. Learner will also gain knowledge on various life safety systems used in buildings during fire / emergency conditions. Real time examples of Heat load calculations, Duct static pressure drop calculations, Pump head calculations are taught to students in this course by L&T’s Subject matter experts who themselves have worked on designing many iconic buildings in India and abroad. Learners are also taught about various types of HVAC equipment’s and building side components. This information with real time site installation photographs will help learners understand the systems and components with better clarity.


Key Topics

Fundamentals Heat load calculations HVAC equipment’s – Chillers, Cooling towers, Pumps, Air Handling Units, and Building side components Demand control Ventilation systems Variable Refrigerant flow Systems External Duct static Pressure calculations Pump head calculations Life safety System design


Course Objectives

The course will present concepts and practical aspects of design of various HVAC systems for Building applications


Learning Outcomes

Learners will get thorough knowledge on fundamental concepts and will be able to design HVAC systems for various building applications.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Industrial Piping Engineering (Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Petroleum Technology)

About the Course

Piping in simple words is an arrangement to transfer fluids (liquids and gases) from one point to another through closed circular conduits. Industrial Piping is, however, an intricate and specialised subject with a huge domain. The same has been classified under the various heads by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), significant ones being, Power piping for power plants, Fuel gas piping, Process piping, Pipeline systems for liquid hydrocarbons & other liquids and others. Piping has its own complexities and importance in the industry and is multidisciplinary in nature. A piping engineer plays an important role in addressing them and coordinate amongst various disciplines of engineering.


Key Topics

Introduction to Flow Regimes Two-Phase Flow-Homogeneous Model, Separated & Drift Flux Models Piping System Components, Pressure Drop in Single phase and Two-phase flows Pipes, Pipe Fittings & Flanges, Valves Piping Drawings & Graphics Flexibility Analysis of Pipes Supports, Expansion Joints, Jacketing, Vibration, Insulation & Cathodic Protection Transient Analysis of Pipes ASME Section B31.1, 31.3, 31.4 Pipe Construction


Course Objectives

  • Familiarize with Single & Two-Phase flow through Pipes & Pressure Drop Calculations
  • Acquaint with Pipe design, Pipes, Fittings, Valves, Supports, Stress & Flexibility Analysis
  • Provide insight into ASME B 31 Standards for Power, Process and Hydrocarbons Piping Systems as well as Pipeline construction

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand Single & Two-Phase Fluid flow dynamics in Piping systems
  • Envisage Two-Phase Flow Regime formation for a given Pipe Diameter for specified fluid flow
  • Carry out the sizing of Pipe subjected to Internal Pressure as well as External Pressure, Flexibility Analysis using widely referred ASME B 31 Standards

This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Power Plant Boiler & Auxiliary Systems

About the Course

The course provides concepts and practical aspects related to Boiler and Auxiliaries for power plants. The course takes the learner through the Boiler plant layout and basic design. It further takes the learner through a deep dive into the design of major components of boiler, boiler structure, boiler major systems, boiler feed water system, boiler coal milling system, boiler duct, fans, air heaters, emission abatement system such as NOx and SOx, electrical systems of boiler, instrumentation and control and civil construction in boiler plant. The course also gives a glimpse of the manufacturing, quality assurance and control, construction, commissioning and operational aspects of boiler and auxiliaries for fossil fuel power plants.

Key Topics

Layout & basic design Major components Structure Major systems Feed Water System Coal milling system Duct, fans & air heaters NOx & SOx reduction system Electrical systems Instrumentation & control Civil construction Manufacturing Quality assurance &control Construction Commissioning & operation

Course Objectives

The course will present deep dive concepts and practical aspects of design, emission control, manufacturing and quality assurance, instrumentation and control, construction, commissioning and operation of boiler and auxiliaries for power plants.

Learning Outcomes

Learner is expected to build up capability in design, emission control manufacturing and quality assurance, instrumentation and control, construction, commissioning and operation of boiler and auxiliaries for power plants.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Power Plant Steam Turbine & Auxiliary Systems

About the Course

The Steam Turbine is a machine that converts the thermal energy of pressurized steam and transforms it into mechanical work. The turbine generates a rotary motion which is used to drive the electrical generator that generates electrical power. This course is designed with topics related to different industry oriented technical & functional areas of Steam Turbine and its Auxiliary systems & equipment in a power plant. The various modules and topics provides the learner detailed information and thorough industry-based knowledge on design, technical features, manufacturing, commissioning & operation of the specific technical areas of Steam Turbine & its Auxiliary systems.

Key Topics

Overview Thermodynamics & basic design Major components Governing System & valves Lube oil System Gland sealing System Regenerative Feed heating system Condenser Electrical systems Instrumentation & control Civil construction Manufacturing Erection Commissioning & operation

Course Objectives

To develop in-depth knowledge of the Learner on real-life applications of engineering -thermodynamics in a Steam Turbine, its design Philosophy & constructional details including assembly of large capacity steam turbine used in powerplants.

To give exposure to the manufacturing procedures of various components of a steam turbine, its erection, commissioning as well as operational procedures of a large capacity steam turbine.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, the Learner is expected to know about the essential skills for designing, manufacturing, erecting and commissioning of a large capacity Steam Turbine & its Auxiliary Systems in a Power plant and also have knowledge about efficient operation of large capacity Steam Turbine & its Auxiliary Systems in a power plant.


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Utility Systems in Chemical Process Plants (Process Engineering)

About the Course

The course provides key design techniques and practical application aspects for designing of all the utility systems encountered in Chemical Process Industry (CPI). The course takes the learner through the typical process in designing these utilities including scheme conceptualizing, equipment involved, layout related, process control of system, procurement strategy, inputs required for design, process deliverables produced. This course provides the experience of designing these utility systems.

Key Topics

The utilities covered will be

Compressed Air Nitrogen Fuels systems Hot Oil Systems Power HVAC Refrigeration Water systems (potable, sea water, raw water, fire water, DM water, BFW) ETP Steam & Condensate Safety Relief / Flare systems and Miscellaneous utilities

Course Objectives

The course will present:

  • System Design considerations of all utility systems in CPI
  • Scheme design, equipment involved, layout considerations, procurement strategy

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, the learner will be able to conceptualize and design any utility system which is required in any specific CPI


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IT Courses Stack

Software Developer

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  • Programming Foundations : Fundamentals & Databases
  • Succeeding in Web Development : Full Stack & Frontend
  • Essentials I : HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Learning Python, Java & SQL Programming
  • Beginners Guide to C# & Programming Foundation : Web Security
  • Search Techniques for Web Developers & Learning ECMAScript 6+
  • Essentials II : Git, React, Node, SQL, NoSQL
  • Learning REST APIs & DevOps Foundations
Data Engineer

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  • Foundation: Databases & Dataframes, Data Engineering Tools, ETL Pipelines
  • Essentials I : NoSQL, Apache Spark
  • Architecting Big Data Applications: Batch Mode & Real time
  • SQL : Data Reporting & Analysis
  • Advanced NoSQL for Data Science
  • SQL : Tips, Tricks & Techniques
  • Cloud NoSQL for SQL Professionals
DevOps Engineer

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  • Building Blocks, Infra Automation, Continuous Delivery, Reliability Engineering
  • Learning Ansible, Puppet, Chef, Docker
  • Continuous Delivery / Continuous Integration
  • Learning Jenkins & Software Version Control
  • Essentials: Lean & Agile, DevSecOps, Infra as Code, Monitoring & Observability, Site Reliability Engineering
  • Kubernetes: Containerisation, Cloud Native Ecosystem, Microservices
  • SQL : Tips, Tricks & Techniques
Individual Courses

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  • ITF-1 Hardware
  • ITF-2 Windows and Linux
  • ITF-3 Network - Part 1
  • ITF-4 Network - Part 2 and Network Services
  • ITF-5 Application, Database, Storage, Backup and Security
  • Automation Foundation 1
  • Automation Foundation 2
  • Cloud Modernization

SME Pool - IT

Mr. Jothiganesh Nagarajan

Vice President – IT Transformation, New Way of Working Group (NWOW), LTI, 3+ decades of experience in the IT Industry

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Saransundar N

Sr. Technical Architect, LTI Certified professional in AWS, Azure, GCP, Vmware,
10 years of IT experience

Area of Expertise:

IT Foundation – Unleash power of Operating System & Network

About the Course

This course is made with the objective of familiarising the students with the basic skills required for the IT Industry and to serve as a pre-requisite for any of the IT advanced courses. Students will gain deep understanding of Operating Systems (OS), Types of OS, Booting process, networking & network services like DHCP, DNS.

Key Topics

  • IT Infra, Booting, Kernel Architecture, IT Foundation
  • Windows, Linux, OS, Registry, Protocols, Journaling
  • Network, Network Services, DHCP, DNS
  • IT basics, Basics of File, Layers of Network

Course Objectives

This course will help the students to understand the components of a computer operating system, elements of network, devices used to achieve a network connection and understanding the network services.

Learning Outcomes

Learners are expected to:

  • Learn Operating System (OS) and Kernel Architecture
  • Understand Booting, Memory management, Process Management, File System and Device Management in Windows & Linux OS.
  • Learn Networks and its different Layers.
  • Learn about the Network Services

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IT Foundation – 7 Essential Components of IT Infrastructure

About the Course

This course would familiarise the students with the basic skills required for the IT Industry and serves as a pre-requisite for any of the advanced IT courses. Advanced and upcoming concepts like Architecture, Full stack, Database management System, Cloud, Security, Automation and Storage, will require this course to serve as a platform for transitioning and deeper expertise.

Key Topics

IT Foundation IT Infra IT Basics Hardware Application Database Cloud Security Automation Overview Storage Backup EF Codd SOAP REST DBMS RDBMS SQL DAS RAID RTO RPO

Course Objectives

This course will help the students to understand the Hardware, Application, Database, Cloud, Security, Automation Overview, Storage & Backup concepts.

Learning Outcomes

Learners are expected to:

  • Learn about computer Hardware & Peripherals
  • Understand the basics of Database Management System and SQL.
  • Learn about IT Cloud and Storage Features
  • Understand the need for Data Security and the various measures.
  • Understand the Industrial relevance of IT Automation.

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Horizontal Courses Stack

Horizontal Courses

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  • Building Information Modelling
  • Geospatial Techniques
  • Project Management for Engineers
  • Applied Industrial IoT
  • Cloud Adoption and Management Techniques
  • Engineering Graphics and Design
  • Finance for Professionals
  • Safety for Professionals
  • Integrated Approach to Building Services
  • AI and Edge Computing
Humanities

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  • A Professional's Approach to Law and Ethics
  • Public Policy for Young Professionals

Horizontal Courses Stack

Prof. V T Chandra Sekhar Rao

Dean - L&T Institute of Project Management ,
38+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr. Y. Pari

Ph.D - Institute of Ocean Management, Anna University, Associate Vice-President, MindTree NxT, 23 years of industry experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr. T Jeyapoovan

Ph.D. - Anna University

Area of Expertise:

Mr. M.Kamarajan

B.E - Mechanical
42+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Krishna Nirmalya Sen

Head – Environmental Health & Safety (Metallurgical & Material Handling) - L&T Construction PhD-University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES)
35 years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Chidambaram CT

Head – Electrical Engineering (EDRC-Buildings & Factories) – L&T Construction
35+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. R.Balakrishnan

Head – MEP Design (EDRC-Buildings & Factories) – L&T Construction B.E (Electrical) – Delhi University
33+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Manoj Gupta

Head – HVAC Engineering (EDRC-Buildings & Factories) – L&T Construction B.E (Mechanical)
27+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. G. Madane

Chief Engineering Manager – Public Health Engineering (EDRC-Buildings & Factories) – L&T Construction B.Tech (Civil)
20+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Dr.S. Kalirajan

Deputy Dean-L&T Institute of Project Management Ph.D – Anna University
32+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. S. Padmanathan

Chief Engineering Manager – Fire Engineering & Mechanical System (Buildings & Factories) – L&T Construction
B.E (Mechanical) – CEG, MBA (Operations Management)
30 years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Ms. Haima Haldar

Head of Digital Engineering-L&T construction B.Arch-Jadavpur University, PG (Business Management) - XLRI Jamshedpur
23+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. B.S. Mukund

B.E. (Civil) - Bangalore University Head - Project BIM Implementation - L&T Construction
26+ years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Mr. Raja P

B.Tech (ECE) - SRM University
22 years of experience

Area of Expertise:

Applied Industrial IoT (All Engineering Streams)

About the Course

This niche course gives an insight into the latest digital technology – Internet of Things used across various industries. The course will help the learner understand the different layers of industrial IOT that engineers use to sense, aggregate, process and visualize the data to take better business decisions. Industrial Internet of Things, which is one of the emerging technologies, has a high demand in today’s industry. This course gives an overview of the IoT technology and its application in the industry through interesting case studies.


Key Topics

Industrial IoT solution Sensors for IIoT applications Understanding the Edge - IIoT Gateways Connectivity & protocols for IIoT IIoT Platform architecture IIoT data management and analytics IIoT security


Course Objectives

To give learners an overall understanding of the concepts behind Industrial Internet of Things and how to apply these concepts in real world applications.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to visualize an IoT solution for a given industry problem, conceptually design a solution and know what it takes to implement it.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Project Management for Engineers (All Engineering Streams)

About the Course

This course has been designed to help the learners get an understanding of the importance of project management during the life cycle of projects. The learners would get insights on the end-to-end process from planning to execution of large projects, which would be explained by way of case studies. This course covers all the aspects of project management that are critical for the implementation of projects. The ‘Project Management for Engineers’ is a key course for every engineer who aspires to become a Project Manager.


Key Topics

Project management fundamentals & methodology Emerging trends Scope management Scheduling Costing & estimation Quality management Project risk management Communication & negotiation Resource management MS Project


Course Objectives

To help learners understand the concepts of project management and how to apply them in real world projects. The course also aims to provide a practical understanding of various project management tools and techniques.


Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, learners will be able to describe project lifecycle, list different contracting strategies, define the project scope, create a work breakdown structure, estimate task duration, cost and resources, identify and prioritize risks, implement risk response, identify and engage with stakeholders through active listening and effective communication, understand the cost of quality, importance of managing environment, health and safety in projects, explain the supply chain strategies, describe the project monitoring process, use MS Project for planning, tracking and monitoring projects.


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Geospatial Techniques (All Engineering Streams)

About the Course

This course covers the surveying methodologies and mapping of geographical features. It also gives an insight into the latest technology and tools that are used in the industry. This course on new-age technologies is key for every engineer who is keen to understand the geospatial industry. The course captures the fundamentals of location technology and gives a glimpse of the various geospatial components that are used for solving real-world problems. Also, the learners would get insights into the tools & techniques that are applied across various projects.


Key Topics

Geospatial technology Survey & mapping Sensors & scanners Platforms Satellite positioning Stockpile quantity estimation Subsurface investigation & bathymetry survey Spatial analysis & GIS database Decision support systems Future trends


Course Objectives

To teach learners proven concepts, business practices, applications of geospatial Technology and help them understand how they are leveraged in handling real world business challenges of engineering and construction industry.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to visualise and understand various aspects of geospatial technology, its components and applications in various phases of engineering & construction project lifecycle.


This course abstract is being provided only for information to intended recipients and shall not be circulated or distributed in any manner. All IPR in respect of this solely belongs to L&T.

Cloud Adoption and Management Techniques (All Engineering Streams)

About the Course

This exclusive course curated by the Subject Matter Experts of L&T, gives a complete understanding about the cloud technology and adoption framework. It also covers the techniques, operations & maintenance processes that are vital for the migration to cloud environment. This product agnostic course equips the learners with immense knowledge about Cloud technologies and adoption techniques, which are essential to perform various roles in Cloud IT services industry that includes Cloud strategy, assessment, solution, deployment, migration, management, and optimization.


Key Topics

Cloud adoption overview Cloud adoption strategy Cloud adoption framework Cloud readiness assessment Cloud assessment and outcomes Cloud migration needs and process Manage and operate Cloud economics


Course Objectives

To help learners understand the IT & Cloud concepts, cloud adoption framework and cloud migration & management techniques along with industry best practices.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to articulate and apply different techniques essential for adoption, migration or management of cloud services irrespective of the cloud service provider.


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Building Information Modelling (All Engineering Streams)

About the Course

Building Information Modeling - BIM is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architectural, engineering and construction professionals the insight and tools to efficiently plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructure. The course addresses the rapidly evolving needs of the built environment sector with respect to the emergence of BIM as a working practice. BIM manager plays a crucial role in advising clients, internal and external stakeholders on the benefits of BIM, and in implementing and managing the major BIM processes. This requires the demonstration of a complete knowledge of the BIM process & the ability to create the project environment in which BIM can realise its full potential.

In this course, learners will be guided through each of the major project stages, from the strategic definition of the project right through to handover, operations and end of use. At each stage, the trainer will demonstrate how to balance technical requirements with project management skills, so the learners are confident in implementing BIM methodology. The course covers the key skills and competencies required for implementing BIM-Building Information Modelling to AECO-Architecture, Engineering, Construction & Operation projects.


Key Topics

Evolution of BIM Introduction to BIM Design authoring Visualisation Interference/clash check Documentation & Common Data Environment (CDE) Level of Development Field BIM Introduction to 5D & Asset Information Model (AIM)


Course Objectives

To enable learners to understand the concept of Building Information Modeling and application of the same in the life cycle of the project.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will understand & apply the fundamentals, design concepts, visualization and applications of BIM.


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Finance for Professionals (All Engineering Streams)

FINANCE FOR ENGINEERS

About the Course

The course ‘Finance for Professionals’ provides an overview of the role of finance in an organisation. Engineers need to have a basic understanding of finance to realise the impact of their decisions on the organisation and to improve their decision-making skills. This course will help future engineers have a competitive advantage in their work place as they would have a holistic understanding of the business. The course covers key economic indicators of growth, finance metrics that define organisational performance, recent trends in costing, application of time value of money, risk management and tax management.


Key Topics

Economics Finance vocabulary and financial statements Financial statement analysis Working capital Management Cost Management Time value of Money Risk Analysis Tax


Course Objectives

To give learners an overview of finance and develop their finance sense.


Learning Outcomes

Learners will understand how their work and effort contribute to organisational financial performance, equips them with financial acumen and tools so as to optimise outcomes.


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Engineering Graphics and Design (All engineering streams)

About the Course

The course provides the fundamental knowledge on engineering graphics and design, which is used for technical communication in the industry. The practical expertise of L&T has been leveraged for the course development to help the learners understand and apply the knowledge as it is being done in the field. This course covers the fundamentals of engineering graphics involving geometrical 1D, 2D, and 3D objects. The knowledge of engineering graphics gained through this course can be applied to design and draw simple machine parts, small office and residential buildings. Computer Aided Design is introduced and discussed in a practical way with an exposure to Building Information Modelling. This course facilitates the learners to have a clear understanding on how to apply the knowledge of graphics in their respective disciplines for engineering design.


Key Topics

Drawing Codes Manual Drafting Traditional Engineering Graphics Computer Graphics and Computer Aided Design Solid Modelling Building Information Modelling Design Project


Course Objectives

To help learners draw engineering drawings of objects in manual and computer aided drafting methods, read and interpret the drawing of simple machine components, buildings, etc., and apply the knowledge for creative engineering design.


Learning Outcomes

Upon completing this course, the learners can draw and read 1D, 2D and 3D drawings of geometrical objects, simple machine components and small buildings. They will also be able to create a graphic solid model of a new component in their respective branches of engineering.


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Safety for Professionals (Any Engineering Discipline)

About the Course

This course primarily focuses on providing a basic understanding about safety and health at workplace. This course covers several aspects of occupational safety and health, with orientation on statutory frameworks, coupled with the wealth of experience shared by subject matter experts. Classification of Hazards and their impact on employee’s safety and health; and applicable risk control measures being followed at workplaces are also covered. This course also offers information on significance of Process safety management, safe systems of works such as Permit to Work, Lock Out and Tag Out (LOTO), Safety inspections, emergency preparedness etc. The course details about widely accepted concepts and techniques of Hazard analysis and Risk calculation, incident investigation techniques provided with practical scenarios and examples.

Key Topics

Significance of Occupational Safety & Health at Workplace Classification of Incidents Calculation of Safety Metrics Safety Legislation in India Safety & Health Management Systems Safety in Design Workplace Hazards and Control Role of Working Environment in Safety Safe Systems of Work Hazardous Material Handling Process Safety Management Hazard Analysis Techniques Occupational Health and Hygiene Incident Investigation Procedures

Course Objectives

  • Introduce the learners to the basics of occupational safety and health at workplace, including various workplace hazards and risk control measures.
  • Create understanding about national and international guidelines and standards associated with safety and health.
  • Safe systems of work as well as important aspects of various incident investigation techniques and emergency response procedures.

Learning Outcomes

The learners shall get familiarized with the practical aspects of safety and health at work including standards and some statutory requirements. Learners will be able to gain knowledge on various workplace hazards and their control measures including incident investigation


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A Professional's Approach to Law and Ethics

About the Course

Ethics is integral to understand the basic conduct of humans, both professional and personal. Most professionals often face dilemmas in vital decision making. It is necessary for professionals to abide by certain codes of conduct as well as have a clear understanding of what is right and wrong, legal and illegal, in the professional sphere to ensure a healthy and safe environment. By extension, it is important that professionals are made aware of the laws of the land to understand the legal implications of their conduct. From a public policy perspective, it becomes all the more essential for them to have a basic understanding of laws that affect them, their conduct, and their interaction with government and society.

This course is structured keeping in mind the need to familiarise the learners with various laws they would be required to apply in their professional life on a day-to-day basis. The contents of the course are divided into lessons that deal with various areas of law; such as:

  • Study of professional ethics
  • Insights into law of contract
  • Study on dispute resolution
  • Study on labour laws
  • Study on Intellectual Property Rights and Taxation
  • Insights into basic laws governing companies.

Each lesson is structured keeping in mind that the learners, do not have a background in law. For this purpose, the course aims to break down the complex legal principles into simple concepts with illustrations that make these concepts more easily understandable and relatable.

Key Topics

Professional ethics General Principles of Contracts Management Arbitration and Mediation Corporate and commercial laws Laws relating to engagement of labour Law relating to intellectual property Law of taxation

Course Objectives

The aim of this course is to enable learners to make informed ethical and legal choices in their professional capacity. The course further endeavors to sensitize the learners to the legal and ethical issues that may arise during the course of their employment. This course also provides an adequate exposure to the various laws that are relevant in their day-to-day professional life.

Learning Outcomes

To become aware of the range of laws that can impact the role of professionals, in the discharge of their professional duties. The learner will be able to make informed decisions when faced with ethically conflicting situations by relating to a number of practical scenarios discussed in the course. The Learner becomes aware of the boundaries of his duties and responsibilities, and discharges his role in the society as a better individual.


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Public Policy for Young Professionals

About the Course

Public Policy looks at how economics, sociology, political science interacts to impact our lives. Leadership roles will require people who can design solutions taking socio-economic impacts into consideration. This course will equip Young Professionals to learn how to influence policy, to ask the difficult questions, and to make decisions backed by data. The course is built largely in case-based format, and each module uses real-life examples to drive home the learning points. It is carefully designed for a balance between breadth and depth appropriate at the introductory level.

Key Topics

Need for Public Policy Implementation of Public Policy Public Policy challenges for India Strategic dimensions of Public Policy implementation Sector perspectives – Infrastructure, Urbanisation, Education, Health, Banking & Capital Markets Role of Technology in delivering public service Emerging challenges in Public Policy Role of Markets in Solving Challenges

Course Objectives

This course will enable learners to develop a sound understanding of the importance of public policies in achieving social outcomes. It will orient the learners to public policy tools, concepts, and decision-making processes that shape social outcomes and helps them to develop a basic understanding of India’s political, administrative, financial, and regulatory systems.

Learning Outcomes

Learners are expected to be able to understand the big challenges in society, learn how to influence policies and make the right choice on the role that they want to take in addressing these challenges.


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Campus to Corporate (English Proficiency + Placement Readiness)

About the Course

This course is designed to improve placement readiness and every aspect of English language learning across listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course has been accredited by AICTE NEAT and listed on the NEAT portal. The course is inclusive of a baseline assessment, self-paced and adaptive lessons and a certification exam upon completion of the course. Institutions also have the opportunity to opt for a two-day training that can be delivered in-person at the institution’s campus.

Key Topics

Interview Guidelines Business Etiquette Presentation Formal writing Grammar Reading Comprehension Listening Comprehension Non-Verbal Communication Vocabulary

Course Objectives

To offer placement focused guidance across interview best practices, formal communication and business etiquette.

To give learners a comprehensive understanding of English language & its application across reading, writing, communication, vocabulary & grammar

Learning Outcomes

Learners will be able to proficiently use English as a medium of communication in interviews and in any professional working environment.

Learners will be better prepared to answer common interview questions, express confidence in body language and present with clarity.


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AI and Edge Computing (Horizontal)

About the Course

This is a beginner level course for aspiring engineers of Edge Computing/IoT/AI developers to acquire practice-based AI and Machine Learning skills and Edge Computing fundamentals. The course has been designed with a clear vision on future developments of Edge Computing in industrial applications along with a mission of importing all essential fundamentals for the undergraduate engineers. The course has been weaved with necessary concepts of applied mathematics and python programming to inculcate the hands-on skills of design and development of machine learning algorithms. The course contents are meticulously presented so that the learner will be able to visualize the applied areas of ML algorithms and will be able to correlate & decide the preferences among Cloud, Fog and Edge Computing. The concepts on the designing of Edge Computing Systems are provided with relevant demonstrations through Tensorflow and Tensorflowlite frameworks, which provide complete learner engagement. During the course, the instructional model is designed to ensure that the learner has opportunities to explore modular tasks using retrospectives and to gain Higher order thinking skills. The course elevates the learner’s practical experience using edge computing hardware demonstrations. The learners will also be assured with the outcomes by executing an in-course project module.

Key Topics

AI-Edge Relational model Supervised Unsupervised Reinforced Gradient Descent Cross Entropy Neural Networks ANN CNN RNN Python TinyML Scikit Learn TensorFlow TensorFlowlite Arduino Nano BLE Autonomous Vehicle Load Prediction in Substation ML for Reservoir Engineering DL in Construction Industry

Course Objectives

Objectives of the course are:

  1. Introduce composite relational model of edge computing along with Machine Learning and IoT architecture
  2. Impart the ML and IoT frameworks suitable for Edge Computing
  3. Elevate the learners with a knowledge and practice on tools supporting for Edge Computing solutions
  4. Offer pilot training on modular development boards of Tiny ML

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the course, the learner will be able to

  • Relate the AI, ML and Python programming in the context of Edge Computing
  • Model Python based ML solutions for simple applications
  • Develop ML and IoT frameworks for EC architecture
  • Defend for various ML algorithms and CNNs for their compatibility with EC
  • Estimate hardware and software tools appropriate for Tiny ML
  • Adapt EC based architecture for various applications of
    1. Civil engineering like construction management, transportation engineering, naval architecture etc.
    2. Electrical engineering like load prediction, multi-channel characterization etc., for substations
    3. Mechanical engineering domains like reservoir engineering, upstream sector of O&G Industry etc.,

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