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Certified Electrician - Basic Engineering Skills

How It Works

  1. 1. Select Certification & Register
  2. 2. Receive a.) Online e Learning Access (LMS)    b.) Hard copy - study material
  3. 3. Take exam online anywhere, anytime
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

Benefits of Certification

Rs.3,499 /-

Vskills has developed a new strategic framework for Skill Development for early school leavers and existing workers, especially in the unorganized sector to improve their employability called Trade Employable Skills (TES).

Trade Employable Skills does effective assessment and certification of candidates in different trade disciplines like Electrical, Electronics, Agriculture, Chemical, Automobile, IT, etc to make them job ready.

Why should one take this certification?

To demonstrate clear understanding and practical aspects and to get a visible recognition for this knowledge.

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Practice Test

Companies that hire Electrician - Basic Engineering Skills

All small and medium companies need certified employees who have the requisite skills. There are more jobs opening up in the economy on a regular basis with the fast growth of the country.

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  Safey precautions in workshop 

  • Safey precautions
  • Common Hand Tools –Saw
  • Types of saw


  • Types of Plane
  • Marking gauge
  • Construction
  • Wing compass
  • Marking tool

Firmer Chisel 

  • Parts of a chisel
  • Types of chisels
  • Firmer chisel
  • Bevel-edge firmer chisel
  • Paring chisel
  • Mortise chisel
  • Mallet
  • Types and uses of Mallet
  • Carpenter’s Hammer
  • Pasts of Hammer head
  • Holding tool


  • File specification
  • Length
  • Cut of file
  • Types of cut
  • Single cut
  • Double cut
  • Rasp cut
  • Curved cut
  • Parts of file
  • Tip or point
  • Face or side
  • Edge
  • Heel
  • Shoulder
  • Tang
  • Handle
  • Engineer’s steel rule
  • Material and sizes of steel rules
  • Graduation
  • Try square

Hacksaw frame and blade

  • Types of hacksaw frames
  • Bold frame
  • Adjustable frame
  • Adjustable frame tubular types
  • Hacksaw blades
  • Types of hacksaw blades
  • All-hard blades
  • Flexible blades
  • Pitch of the blade
  • Pitch of blades
  • Setting of the saw
  • Staggered set
  • Wave set
  • Classification of sets


  • Parts of a drill
  • Use of a coolant
  • Cold Chisel
  • Parts of a chisel
  • Common types of chisels


  • Parts of a benchvice
  • Pipe vice
  • Open pipe vice
  • Outside micrometer
  • Vernier caliper
  • Graduations and reading of vernier caliper
  • Marking media
  • Different Market Media
  • Jenny caliper
  • Punch
  • Drilling machine
  • Tap and wrench 

Die and die stock

  • Uses of  dies
  • Types of dies
  • Different types of threads


  • Riveting
  • Uses
  • Material
  • Types of rivets
  • Sizes of rivets
  • Selection of rivet size
  • Method of riveting
  • Rivet set
  • Spacing of rivets
  • Riveted Joint

Screw pitch gauge/Thread gauge 

  • Purpose
  • Construction features

Tools used for sheet metal work  

  • Straight snips
  • Bent snips
  • Soild punch
  • Hollow punch
  • Pin punches
  • Angle steel
  • Folding steel
  • Folding bar
  • ‘C’ clamp/cramp
  • Stakes
  • Hatchet stake
  • Square stake
  • Blow-horn stake
  • Bevel-edged square stake
  • Mallet
  • Metal sheet
  • Types of sheet


  • Soldering method
  • Soldering iron (soldering bit)
  • Types of soldering copper bits

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