TECHNICAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE


TSDC

    In-Charge : Mr Tarun Chaudhary


    The Centre was established in 2012 with the objective of training the students in various skill oriented crafts. Earlier, the centre was a part of what is known as the Carpentry and Metal Workshop.


    The centre aims at acquainting the students with the nuances of making various products through the medium of wood, metal and glass. The students are trained in the technique and process of making products in various mediums. They are exposed to methods like kiln formed glass, painting on glass with metal oxide, stained glass with copper tape and lead came, wood cutting, turning on lathe machine, planing, joining, metal cutting, welding, joining and fixing. The creativity of the students finds expression in awe-inspiring products like wooden and glass chessboard, actual size wooden car, life size human figure wood and glass, as well as in metal rods, wooden and metal animals, toys, glass fish, games like tick-tack in glass and wood, elephant bookshelf, etc. The students use scrap material to make their products. Department also has provision of fire extinguisher and safety measures like safety goggles, gloves, helmet, apron, etc.


    The students make the trophies themselves for the various events organised by the School such as trophies for Annual French Festival, Debates, House events, etc.


    The Centre also invites artists and artisans to orient the students in sculptures made from scrap, metal sculptures, making shields with M-Seal and fibre, etc. The Centre is well equipped with a variety of machines and tools. It has a furnace, a 3-D Printer, CNC Router, lathe machine, planner, welding machines, shaper, etc. The students are trained to use all these machines and tool in order to produce extraordinary craft products. These products are displayed at the Annual Prize Giving Ceremony Exhibition.


    The students trained at the Centre go on to study in various elite design Colleges, thus inspiring the upcoming batches to explore their creativity and experiment with their ideas. The Centre takes pride in the efforts and dedication of its students who convert their innovative ideas into remarkable products.


    Technical Skills Development Centre Report - 2017-18 | 2016-17


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