Program Aim

This diploma program provides training in mechanical equipment and tools. The program places equal emphasis on understanding of production and metals applications and proper techniques for building, testing and systems. Graduates find employment in the areas of factories, mechanical applications, welding applications. Many jobs relate to the installation, operation, maintenance and design of complex mechanical equipment and tools. Graduates work for a wide range of government agencies, private companies, and educational institutions. Some graduates are employed as assistants to scientists and engineers on research and development projects.

 

 

Mode and Duration of Study

The student must pass two years of study, during which he must cover theoretical and practical teaching hours, including (2270) hours (270 hours of summer training), and a total of (130) units. The study in the department is based on the annual system of study.

 

Graduation Requirements

Diploma is obtained in the field of mechanics technology after passing the theoretical and practical tests according to the number of units and weekly hours. The student must succeed in the stages (first and second stages) during a period of two years. The results of the final examinations of the students shall be received by the examination committee in the department. The minimum limits of success shall be 50%. The student must complete the summer training period in one of the government agencies according to the specialization for a period of (60) days during the summer holiday in the first stage and be evaluated by the summer training committee through periodic visits and a surprise evaluation form to be filled by the trained body. Also, there is a requirement to succeed and then get a diploma certificate, the student must submit on the second stage a research project in his major followed up by a supervisor and it is conducted at the end of the year, as the duration of the preparation of the research and the date of delivery and discussion is pre-defined and information of the student and then discuss Students research by a specialized committee in the scientific department. Al-Dour Technical Institute /mechanical Techniques Diploma Requirement. The above-mentioned students collect a score of 50% according to the course. The grades are presented to the students before the final exams. The following table (1) shows how to calculate the grades of the students during the first semester, the second semester.

 

 

Courses

The curriculum vocabulary is presented to the students at the beginning of the semester. The lecturer will show the weekly agenda during which the curriculum will be covered. Daily to enhance student follow-up during the study period. Students are also informed of the dates of the quarterly and final exams through the presentation of the university calendar of students. There may be a mismatch in the timing that there is a creep in the timing because of the security situation in the province. During the period of study in the scientific department, the student assessment procedures are carried out through:

  1. Daily examinations.
  2. Student response through active participation in the lecture.
  3. Follow up on homework assignments.
  4. First and second semester exams.

 

The student collects an assessment score calculated from 50% according to the nature of the material the exam is conducted for students according to the exam schedule and with special exam books and sealed by the exam committees where the examination books are delivered to the teacher of the subject after the names are withheld from the notebooks and the books are corrected by the teaching staff and delivered to the exam committees which collect the degree of pursuit with the final exam score.

 

Task Theoretical course Practical course Summation
First semester exam 10 10 20
       
Second semester exam 10 10 20
       
Activity of the year include: 10 10
Examinations
Duties
Class activity
  30 20 50
Final exam 40 10 50
Summation 70 30 100

 

To contact the department

mech.dep@ntu.edu.iq