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Bangladesh is a densely populated country. Over population adversely affects the economic development and progress of a country. It creates problem of foods, Communication, Education, Housing, Health, Sanitation, Employment etc. But if we can provide training to our unskilled people through technical (Trade/Vocational) Course we may convert them into skilled workers and solve the unemployment problem and earn foreign currency also.

Bangladesh Technical board is authorized by parliament of our country to introduce control and develop (Board/Vocational) curriculum. In this regard BTEB has approved for Conducting General Electrician course by the vocational institute. The Syllabus has been prepared as per present need in the job market.

Objectives :

  1. Cover procedures, processes, equipment and terminology employed in electrical works along with related fields
  2. Practice Electrical equipment and industrial safety rules & regulations.
  3. Provide the students with the basic and practical knowledge on electrical equipment.
  4. Stress the theory and practical application on all types concerned job.
  5. Ensure the theory and practical application on all types of circuit and connection.
  6. Practice the theory and practical application on all types of electrical testing.
  7. Provide the students with the ability to set up, maintain and operate all types of electrical equipment.
  8. Develop idea and analyze drawing & blue print of electrical plan.
  9. Emphasis the theory and practical application on all types of motors and generator.
  10. Study theory and practical application of transformer.

Course Outline :

Duration of Course

Total 360 hrs

6 day per week, per day 3hrs

Theory = 60 hrs

Theory =1hr, per lesson

Practical = 240 hrs

Practical =2hrs, per practice

Basic  Competency & Communicative English = 60 hrs

Total=3hrs, per working day

Entry Qualification :

Minimum class eight/JSC/JDC or equivalent

Employment Opportunities :

  1. Government service
  2. NGO’s
  3. Abroad
  4. Self Employment
  5. Private company
  6. Mills and factory
  7. Others (Manufacturing, Construction, Engineering, Fabrication, Repair and maintenance and Technical Education)