AN OLDEST AND TRUSTED BRAND IN QUANTITY SURVEYING IN INDIA FOR  CIVIL  MECHANICAL  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS

CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR

(BE AN INDUSTRY READY)

BHADANI’S Quantity Surveying in - Billing Engineering

Invoice Engineering
Level 2 Duration :- 25 Days

  1. Understanding the Role of BHADANI'S Billing Engineer / Invoice Engineering in the Construction Industry of India and World

  2. Billing Engineering Tasks at Site Office and Understanding the Role in Head office with the Client Coordiation
  3. Account Basics requirement for Billing Engineer
  4. Construction Billing Procedures From Client Side as well as Contractor Side
  5. Interim Payment Certification (IPC) from Client Sides as well as Contractor Side
  6. RA Bill Making - Client Billing - Subcontracting
  7. Billing with GST and Without GST - hands of Expertise
  8. CPWD and Corporations and PSU's Techniques of Billing 
  9. Invoice Generation Through ERP 
  10. Claim and Dispute Settlement Procedures and all required techniques in Billing and MIS Generation for the same
  11. Material Engineering Bills for Both Client Side as well as Contractor's Side
  12. Third Party Contractor Billing
  13. Joint Venture Companies / Contractor Billing
  14. Petty/ Vendor Billing 
  15. Preliminary Billing - Post Construction Billing
  16. InterAlia Billing , International Billing Challan Generation
  17. Claim Management Procedures used by Invoice Engineers
  18. Claim of Price Variations as per Norms of Govt. of INDIA
  19. Claim of Quantity Variations as per the Norms of Govt. of INDIA
  20. Mode of Measurement as per IS Codes with Nomenclatures
  21. Claim of Extra Item Analysis of All Kinds of Civil Works During the Site Execution as well as Post Contracting Period
  22. Vendor Vs. Client Bill Reconciliation

ELIGIBILITY:- 10TH PASS OR 12TH PASS OR ANY GRADUATION

DURATION:- 6 MONTHS

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BHADANI’S Quantity Surveying in  Construction Project Planning & Management (CPM)
Level 5 Duration :- 25 Days

  1. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Approach 

  2. Strategical Thinking and Risk Analysis 
  3. Project Planning - Master Plan Generation 
  4. Project Management Procedures Used for Construction Industry by Big MNC's and Construction Companies of India and World
  5. Role of Project Manager in Construction Industry
  6. Project Budget Preparation with all factors analysis in Hand
  7. Actual Situation Comparison with Budget Amount
  8. Progress Monitoring with the Key Indicators Strategy
  9. MS Project Basics - Scheduling 
  10. Project Coordination Techniques with Accounts , HR , Purchase and Procurement Departments with easy solutions 
  11. Management Information Generation
  12. Modern Building Construction Trends Execution Plan & Strategy Building
  13. Resettlement and Rehabilitation (R&R) for speedy progress of work
  14. Quality Assurance with Total Quality Control Planning 
  15. Site (Field) Management Techniques used by Project Managers at Site
  16. Management of Emergencies in High Rise Buildings
  17. Self Inspection for Quality Construction at Site
  18. Cost and Time Controlling Strategies used for Construction Projects
  19. Cash Flow Monitoring - Budget Vs Actual Comparison
  20. Green Sheet Report - Profit and Loss Determination for Construction Projects
  21. SWOT Analysis for Construction Project
  22. JIT Implementation in any Construction Project
  23. ​Earned Value Management (EVM) in Construction Project


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            PUNE


Mumbai12,442,373 11,978,450 Maharashtra [4]
2 Delhi 11,034,555 9,879,172 Delhi
3 Bangalore 8,443,675 4,301,326 Karnataka
4 Hyderabad 6,731,790 3,637,483 Telangana
5 Chennai[5] 6,727,000 4,343,645 Tamil Nadu [6]
6 Ahmedabad 5,577,940 3,520,085 Gujarat [7]
7 Kolkata 4,496,694 4,572,876 West Bengal [8]
8 Surat 4,467,797 2,433,835 Gujarat [7]
9 Pune 3,124,458 2,538,473 Maharashtra [9]
10 Jaipur 3,046,163 2,322,575 Rajasthan [10]
11 Lucknow 2,817,105 2,185,927 Uttar Pradesh [11]
12 Kanpur 2,765,348 2,551,337 Uttar Pradesh [12]
13 Nagpur 2,405,665 2,052,066 Maharashtra [13]
14 Visakhapatnam[a] 2,035,922 982,904 Andhra Pradesh [15]
15 Indore 1,960,631 1,474,968 Madhya Pradesh
16 Thane 1,818,872 1,262,551 Maharashtra
17 Bhopal 1,798,218 1,437,354 Madhya Pradesh
18 Pimpri-Chinchwad 1,729,359 1,012,472 Maharashtra
19 Patna 1,683,200 1,366,444 Bihar
20 Vadodara 1,666,703 1,306,227 Gujarat
21 Ghaziabad 1,636,068 968,256 Uttar Pradesh
22 Ludhiana 1,613,878 1,398,467 Punjab
23 Coimbatore[16] 1,601,438 930,882 Tamil Nadu
24 Agra 1,585,704 1,275,134 Uttar Pradesh
25 Madurai[17] 1,561,129 928,869 Tamil Nadu

26 to 50

Rank City Population
(2011)[3] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
26 Nashik 1,486,973 1,077,236 Maharashtra
27 Vijayawada 1,476,931 851,282 Andhra Pradesh
28 Faridabad 1,404,653 1,055,938 Haryana
29 Meerut 1,309,023 1,039,405 Uttar Pradesh
30 Rajkot 1,286,995 967,476 Gujarat
31 Kalyan-Dombivali 1,246,381 1,193,512 Maharashtra
32 Vasai-Virar 1,221,233 693,350 Maharashtra
33 Varanasi 1,201,815 1,091,918 Uttar Pradesh
34 Srinagar 1,192,792 898,440 Jammu and Kashmir
35 Aurangabad 1,171,330 873,311 Maharashtra
36 Dhanbad 1,161,561 1,065,327 Jharkhand
37 Amritsar 1,132,761 966,862 Punjab
38 Navi Mumbai 1,119,477 704,002 Maharashtra
39 Allahabad 1,117,094 975,393 Uttar Pradesh
40 Ranchi 1,073,440 847,093 Jharkhand
41 Howrah 1,072,161 1,007,532 West Bengal
42 Jabalpur 1,054,336 932,484 Madhya Pradesh
43 Gwalior 1,053,505 827,026 Madhya Pradesh
44 Jodhpur 1,033,918 851,051 Rajasthan
45 Raipur 1,010,087 605,747 Chhattisgarh
46 Kota[18] 1,001,694 694,316 Rajasthan
47 Guwahati 963,429 809,895 Assam
48 Chandigarh 960,787 808,515 Chandigarh
49 Thiruvananthapuram 957,730 744,983 Kerala
50 Solapur 951,118 872,478 Maharashtra

51 to 75

Rank City Population
(2011)[3] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory Ref
51 Hubballi-Dharwad 943,857 786,195 Karnataka
52 Tiruchirappalli[19] 916,674 752,066 Tamil Nadu
53 Bareilly 898,167 718,395 Uttar Pradesh
54 Moradabad 889,810 641,583 Uttar Pradesh
55 Mysore 887,446 755,379 Karnataka
56 Tiruppur[20] 877,778 344,543 Tamil Nadu
57 Gurgaon 876,824 173,542 Haryana
58 Aligarh 872,575 669,087 Uttar Pradesh
59 Jalandhar 862,196 706,043 Punjab
60 Bhubaneswar 837,737 648,032 Odisha
61 Salem 831,038 696,760 Tamil Nadu
62 Mira-Bhayandar 814,655 520,388 Maharashtra
63 Warangal[21] 811,844 530,636 Telangana
64 Guntur[22] 743,354 514,461 Andhra Pradesh
65 Bhiwandi 711,329 598,741 Maharashtra
66 Saharanpur 703,345 455,754 Uttar Pradesh
67 Gorakhpur 671,048 622,701 Uttar Pradesh
68 Bikaner 647,804 529,690 Rajasthan
69 Amravati 646,801 549,510 Maharashtra
70 Noida 642,381 305,058 Uttar Pradesh
71 Jamshedpur 631,364 573,096 Jharkhand
72 Bhilai 625,697 556,366 Chhattisgarh
73 Cuttack 606,007 534,654 Odisha
74 Firozabad 603,797 279,102 Uttar Pradesh
75 Kochi 601,574 596,473 Kerala

76 to 100

Rank City Population
(2011)[3] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
76 Bhavnagar 593,768 511,085 Gujarat
77 Dehradun 578,420 426,674 Uttarakhand
78 Durgapur 566,937 493,405 West Bengal
79 Asansol 564,491 475,439 West Bengal
80 Rourkela 552,970 430,733 Odisha
81 Nanded 550,564 430,733 Maharashtra
82 Kolhapur 549,283 493,167 Maharashtra
83 Ajmer 542,580 485,575 Rajasthan
84 Gulbarga 532,031 422,569 Karnataka
85 Jamnagar 529,308 443,518 Gujarat
86 Ujjain 515,215 430,427 Madhya Pradesh
87 Loni 512,296 120,945 Uttar Pradesh
88 Siliguri 509,709 472,374 West Bengal
89 Jhansi 507,293 383,644 Uttar Pradesh
90 Ulhasnagar 506,937 473,731 Maharashtra
91 Jammu 503,690 369,959 Jammu and Kashmir
92 Sangli-Miraj & Kupwad 502,697 436,781 Maharashtra
93 Nellore 499,575 378,428 Andhra Pradesh
94 Mangalore 499,486 399,565 Karnataka
95 Erode[23] 498,129 173,600 Tamil Nadu
96 Belgaum 488,292 399,653 Karnataka
97 Ambattur 478,134 310,967 Tamil Nadu
98 Tirunelveli 473,637 411,831 Tamil Nadu
99 Malegaon 471,006 409,403 Maharashtra
100 Gaya 463,454 385,432 Bihar

100 to 125

Rank City Population
(2011)[3] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
101 Jalgaon 460,468 368,618 Maharashtra
102 Udaipur 451,735 389,438 Rajasthan
103 Maheshtala 449,423 385,266 West Bengal
104 Davanagere 435,128 364,523 Karnataka
105 Kozhikode 432,097 436,556 Kerala
106 Akola 427,146 400,520 Maharashtra
107 Kurnool 430,214 269,122 Andhra Pradesh
108 Rajpur Sonarpur 423,806 336,707 West Bengal
109 Rajahmundry[24][25] 419,818 315,251 Andhra Pradesh
110 Bokaro 413,934 393,805 Jharkhand
111 South Dumdum 410,524 392,444 West Bengal
112 Bellary 409,644 316,766 Karnataka
113 Patiala 405,164 303,151 Punjab
114 Gopalpur 404,991 271,811 West Bengal
115 Agartala 399,688 271,811 Tripura
116 Bhagalpur 398,138 340,767 Bihar
117 Muzaffarpur 396,590 305,525 Bihar
118 Muzaffarnagar 392,451 316,729 Uttar Pradesh
119 Bhatpara 390,467 442,385 West Bengal
120 Panihati 383,522 348,438 West Bengal
121 Latur 382,754 299,985 Maharashtra
122 Dhule 376,093 341,755 Maharashtra
123 Tirupati[26] 374,260 228,202 Andhra Pradesh
124 Rohtak 373,133 286,807 Haryana
125 Korba 363,210 315,690 Chhattisgarh

126 to 150

Rank City Population
(2011)[3] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
126 Bhilwara 360,009 280,128 Rajasthan
127 Berhampur 355,823 307,792 Odisha
128 Ahmednagar 350,905 307,615 Maharashtra
129 Mathura 349,336 302,770 Uttar Pradesh
130 Kollam 349,033 361,560 Kerala
131 Avadi 344,701 229,403 Tamil Nadu
132 Kadapa 343,054 125,725 Andhra Pradesh
133 Kamarhati 336,579 314,507 West Bengal
134 Sambalpur 335,761 296,662 Odisha
135 Bilaspur 330,106 274,917 Chhattisgarh
136 Shahjahanpur 327,975 296,662 Uttar Pradesh
137 Satara 326,789 228,175 Maharashtra
138 Bijapur 326,360 228,175 Karnataka
139 Rampur 325,248 281,494 Uttar Pradesh
140 Shivamogga 322,428 274,352 Karnataka
141 Chandrapur 321,036 289,450 Maharashtra
142 Junagadh 320,250 168,686 Gujarat
143 Thrissur 315,596 317,526 Kerala
144 Alwar 315,310 260,593 Rajasthan
145 Bardhaman 314,638 285,602 West Bengal
146 Kulti 313,977 289,903 West Bengal
147 Kakinada 325,985 296,329 Andhra Pradesh
148 Nizamabad 310,467 288,722 Telangana
149 Parbhani 307,191 259,329 Maharashtra
150 Tumkur 305,821 248,929 Karnataka

151 to 175

Rank City Population
(2011)[3] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
151 Khammam 305,000 218,689 Telangana
152 Ozhukarai 300,028 217,707 Puducherry
153 Bihar Sharif 296,889 232,071 Bihar
154 Panipat 294,150 261,740 Haryana
155 Darbhanga 294,116 267,348 Bihar
156 Bally 291,972 260,906 West Bengal
157 Aizawl 291,822 228,280 Mizoram
158 Dewas 289,438 231,672 Madhya Pradesh
159 Ichalkaranji 287,570 257,610 Maharashtra
160 Karnal 286,974 210,476 Haryana
161 Bathinda 285,813 217,256 Punjab
162 Jalna 285,349 235,795 Maharashtra
163 Kirari Suleman Nagar 282,598 153,874 Delhi
164 Barasat 283,443 231,515 West Bengal
165 Satna 280,248 225,464 Madhya Pradesh
166 Mau 279,060 212,657 Uttar Pradesh
167 Sonipat 277,053 214,974 Haryana
168 Farrukhabad 275,750 228,333 Uttar Pradesh
169 Sagar 273,357 232,133 Madhya Pradesh
170 Rourkela 273,217 224,601 Odisha
171 Durg 268,679 232,517 Chhattisgarh
172 Imphal 264,986 221,492 Manipur
173 Ratlam 264,810 222,202 Madhya Pradesh
174 Hapur 262,801 211,983 Uttar Pradesh
175 Arrah 261,099 203,380 Bihar

176 to 200

Rank City Population
(2011)[3][27] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
176 Karimnagar 260,899 205,653 Telangana
177 Anantapur 261,004 Andhra Pradesh
178 Etawah 256,790 210,453 Uttar Pradesh
179 Ambernath 254,003 203,795 Maharashtra
180 North Dumdum 253,625 220,042 West Bengal
181 Bharatpur 252,109 204,587 Rajasthan
182 Begusarai 251,136 93,378 Bihar
183 New Delhi 249,998 302,147 Delhi
184 Gandhidham 248,705 166,388 Gujarat
185 Baranagar 248,466 250,768 West Bengal
186 Tiruvottiyur 248,059 212,281 Tamil Nadu
187 Puducherry 241,773 220,749 Puducherry
188 Sikar 237,579 184,904 Rajasthan
189 Thoothukudi 237,374 216,058 Tamil Nadu
190 Rewa 235,422 183,274 Madhya Pradesh
191 Mirzapur 233,691 205,053 Uttar Pradesh
192 Raichur 232,456 207,421 Karnataka
193 Pali 229,956 187,641 Rajasthan
194 Ramagundam[28] 229,644 236,600 Telangana
195 Haridwar 228,832 175,010 Uttarakhand
196 Vijayanagaram 228,025 174,324 Andhra Pradesh
197 Katihar 225,982 175,169 Bihar
198 Nagarcoil 224,849 Tamil Nadu
199 Sri Ganganagar 224,773 210,713 Rajasthan
200 Karawal Nagar 224,666 148,549 Delhi

201 to 225

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Rank City Population
(2011)[3][27] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
201 Mango 223,805 Jharkhand
202 Thanjavur 222,943 Tamil Nadu
203 Bulandshahr 222,519 Uttar Pradesh
204 Uluberia 222,240 West Bengal
205 Murwara 221,883 Uttar Pradesh
206 Sambhal 220,813 Madhya Pradesh
207 Singrauli 220,257 Madhya Pradesh
208 Nadiad 218,095 Gujarat
209 Secunderabad 217,910 Andhra Pradesh
210 Naihati 217,900 West Bengal
211 Yamunanagar 216,677 Haryana
212 Bidhan Nagar 215,514 West Bengal
213 Pallavaram 215,417 Tamil Nadu
214 Bidar 214,373 Karnataka
215 Munger 213,303 Bihar
216 Panchkula 211,355 Haryana
217 Burhanpur 210,886 Madhya Pradesh
218 Raurkela Industrial Township 210,317 Odisha
219 Kharagpur 207,604 West Bengal
220 Dindigul 207,327 Tamil Nadu
221 Gandhinagar 206,167 Gujarat
222 Hospet 206,167 Karnataka
223 Nangloi Jat 205,596 Delhi
224 English Bazar 205,521 West Bengal
225 Ongole 204,746 150,471 Andhra Pradesh

226 to 250

Rank City Population
(2011)[3][27] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
226 Eluru 203,780 190,347 Andhra Pradesh
227 Deoghar 203,123 Jharkhand
228 Chapra 202,352 79,190 Bihar
229 Haldia 200,827 170,673 West Bengal
230 Khandwa 200,738 172,242 Madhya Pradesh
231 Nandyal 200,516 152,676 Andhra Pradesh
232 Chittoor[29] 189,332 152,654 Andhra Pradesh
233 Morena 200,482 150,959 Madhya Pradesh
234 Amroha 198,471 165,129 Uttar Pradesh
235 Anand 198,282 130,685 Gujarat
236 Bhind 197,585 153,752 Madhya Pradesh
237 Bhalswa Jahangir Pur 197,148 152,339 Delhi
238 Madhyamgram 196,127 155,451 West Bengal
239 Bhiwani 196,057 169,531 Haryana
240 Navi Mumbai Panvel Raigad 195,373 Maharashtra
241 Baharampur 195,223 160,143 West Bengal
242 Ambala 195,153 139,279 Haryana
243 Morvi 194,947 145,719 Gujarat
244 Fatehpur 193,193 151,757 Uttar Pradesh
245 Rae Bareli 191,316 169,333 Uttar Pradesh
246 Khora 190,005 Uttar Pradesh
247 Bhusawal 187,421 172,372 Maharashtra
248 Orai 187,137 139,318 Uttar Pradesh
249 Bahraich 186,223 168,323 Uttar Pradesh
250 Vellore 185,803 177,230 Tamil Nadu

251 to 275

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Rank City Population
(2011)[3][27] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
251 Mahesana 184,991 Gujarat
252 Khammam 184,210 159,544 Telangana
253 Sambalpur 184,000 153,643 Orissa
254 Raiganj 183,612 165,212 West Bengal
255 Sirsa 182,534 160,735 Haryana
256 Danapur 182,429 131,176 Bihar
257 Serampore 181,842 197,857 West Bengal
258 Sultan Pur Majra 181,554 164,426 Delhi
259 Guna 180,935 137,175 Madhya Pradesh
260 Jaunpur 180,362 160,055 Uttar Pradesh
261 Panvel 180,020 104,058 Maharashtra
262 Shivpuri 179,977 146,892 Madhya Pradesh
263 Surendranagar Dudhrej 177,851 156,161 Gujarat
264 Unnao 177,658 144,662 Uttar Pradesh
265 Hugli and Chinsurah 177,259 170,201 West Bengal
268 Alappuzha 174,164 177,029 Kerala
274 Shimla 169,578 142,555 Himachal Pradesh

400 to 500

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Rank City Population
(2011)[3][27] Population
(2001) State or Union Territory
414 Adilabad 117,167 Telangana
497 Amaravati 103,000 Andhra Pradesh

See also

ELIGIBILITY:- 10TH PASS OR 12TH PASS OR ANY GRADUATION

BHADANI’S  quantity surveying in tendering & construction contract management

( national and international contracting and competitive bidding)
Level 3 & 4:-
​​​ Duration :- 30 Days

  1. Tendering Documents Preparation

  2. Tendering Documents Submission Guidelines

  3. Tender Review Reports Generation (T.R.R) for the Contractors as well as Consultants
  4. Technical Bidding As per Government Laws and as per BHADANI'S Technique
  5. Financial Bidding As per Government Laws and as per BHADANI'S Technique
  6. ​Statutory Documents Preparation Techniques for the Tender 
  7. Purchasing and Negotiation Techniques used by Clients and as well as Contractor's Side
  8. Pre-Bid Meeting Strategy Building and Coordination with Client 
  9. Finding Deviations and Clarify with the Client
  10. Tender Hunting 
  11. Reverse Auctioning Strategy Building and Pressurizing client for the tender
  12. Pooling Technique to use effectively for the Tender to get Maximize Benefits
  13. Evaluation Strategy - Bidding Strategy - Relationship Building 
  14. Indemnify the Tender with the Use of Effective Monitoring of the Tender
  15. Entering Into Contracts - Strategy Building Approach - Scientific Approach
  16. Construction Contracts Documents Formulation and Preparation
  17. Procedures in Contract Management - Pre - Construction and Post Construction Phase
  18. Clearing , Forwarding and Transport 
  19. Transport Management
  20. Interpretation of Contracts and Contract Terms
  21. Cost Overrun and Time Overrun - Strategy Building Approach
  22. Indian Laws for Construction Contract Management
  23. FIDIC International Laws (EPC Turnkey Projects)
  24. Work Order Preparation ( Like Alstom Siemens Etc.)
  25. Live Project Training for Procurement and Negotiation Techniques

Students will get training on the below mentioned modules:-

QUALITY CONTROL QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR ALL ENGINEERS

Module1

Roles and Responsibilities of QA / QC Engineer – Civil
Module 2

Introduction to ISO 9001 . ISO 9004 , ISO 14000. ISO 19011
Module 3

International Codes and Standards
Module 4

Drawings and Abbreviations
Module 5

Excavation and Backfilling
Module 6

Construction of Asphalt Concrete paving
Module 7

Concreting Works
Module 8

Pre Stressed Concrete – Bridge Girders
Module 9

Concrete Trial Mix Test, Concrete Compressive Strength Test , Compaction (Density) Test etc.
Module 10

Receiving Inspection , In process Inspection & Final Inspection
Module 11

Control of Nonconforming of Items / Products
Module 12

Calibration of Monitoring & Measuring Equipment
Module 13

Project Quality Plan
Module 14

Preparation of Inspection Test Plans – ITPs
Module 15

Preparation of QC Procedures


MOU OF "CENTER OF EXCELLENCE"

CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR

(BE AN INDUSTRY READY)

DURATION:- 6 MONTHS

HVAC DESIGN AND DRAFTING COURSE  FOR ALL

1.Prelude to HVAC

 a. Fundamentals
 b. Modes of Heat Transfer
 c. Sensible Heat and Latent Heat
 d. Codes and Standards

2.Basic Components of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration machines

 a. Basic Refrigeration System or Vapor Compression Cycle
 b. Pressure – Enthalpy Chart
 c. Function & Types of Compressor
 d. Function & Types of Condenser
 e. Function & Types of Expansion Valve
 f. Function & Types of Evaporator
 g. Accessories used in the System
 h. Refrigerant and Brines

3. Classification of Air-Conditioning System 
  a. Window A/C
     i.Working of Window A/C with Line Diagrams
  b. Split A/C
     i.Types of Split A/C
     ii.Working of Split A/C with Line Diagrams
  c. Ductable Split A/C
     i.Working of Ductable Split A/C with Line Diagrams
 d. Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV)/Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)
 e. Ductable Package A/C
     i.Working of Ductable Package A/C with Line Diagrams
     ii.Package Roof Top Units
 f. Central Plant Chill Water System

4. Categories of Air Conditioning 
 a. All air system 
 b. All water system 
 c. Air - water system
 d. Direct Refrigerant system
5. Study of Psychometric Charts
 a. Dry Bulb Temperature
 b. Wet Bulb Temperature
 c. Dew Point Temperature
 d. Relative Humidity
 e. Humidity Ratio
 f. Processes
  i.Heating
  ii.Cooling
  iii.Cooling and Dehumidification
  iv.Heating and Humidification
  v.Finding Values Using the Chart

6. Load Calculation.
 a. Survey of Building
 b. Cooling Load Steps
 c. Finding Temperature difference(?T) (Wall, Glass, Roof , Partition)
 d. Finding ‘U’ Factor (Wall, Glass, Roof, Partition)
 e. Finding Ventilation requirement for IAQ
 f. Load Calculations (Manually using E-20 form)
 g. ESHF, ADP & Air Flow Rate(CFM) Calculation

7. Air Distribution System
 a. Duct-Definition & Terminology 
 b. Duct Design consideration
 c. Duct sizing methods 
 d. Duct sizing as per Aspect Ratio
 e. Finding Duct size using Ductlator
 f. Selection of Diffusers and Grilles
 g. Gauge selection for Sheet Metal
 h. BOQ Preparation for Duct System.
 i. Legends and Symbols used in the HVAC Industry
 j. Duct Materials and Insulation materials used in HVAC Industry
 k. Concept of CAV & VAV


8. Static Pressure Calculation
 a. Selection of Motor HP
 b. Selection Fan/Blower RPM
 c. Selection Air Handling Units.

9. Hydronic System
 a. Classification of Water Piping 
 b. Pipe sizing for chill water system
 c. Fittings used in the HVAC Piping System
 d. Valves used in the HVAC Piping System
 e. Function of Valves
 f. Pump Head Calculation
 g. Selection of Pumps

10. VRF/VRV System
 a. Selection of VRF/VRV Equipments
 b. Indoor unit grouping
 c. Copper Pipe Sizing
 d. Refnet Pipe Selection

11. Air Conditioning Concepts
 a. District Cooling System
 b. Green Building
 c. Clean Rooms

12. Ventilation systems
 a. Kitchen ventilation system
 b. Car parking ventilation system
 c. Toilet Exhaust Ventilation System

13. Fire Protection (Awareness) 


14. HVAC software’s 
 a. XL sheet for Load Calculation
 b. Carrier Block Load for Load Calculation (HAP)
 c. Duct sizer for Duct sizing
 d. TroxCADBase for Diffuser & Grilles
 e. Pipe sizer for Pipe sizing
 f. Psychrometric Software

15. Improving Employability Skills 
 a. Resume Writing Skills
 b. Interview Skills Empowering
 c. Empowering of Interpersonal Relationships
 d. Stress Management
 e. Positive Attitude Development
 f. Self-Motivation
 g. Sentence formation
 h. Presentation skills
 i. Roles & Responsibilities of Design Engineers
Project Work:
• Two projects have to be completed before getting the Certificate and Placement Assistance.

HVAC Course Duration : 45 days

Eligibility
Any Graduation, Diploma


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CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR

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-BEST COURSE FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL HVAC PLUMBING DESIGN COURSES AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS IN INDIA AS BHADANI'S LEADING AND TRUSTED TRAINING PROVIDERS IN DELHI PUNE BANGALORE KOLKATA ODISHA JAIPUR GHAZIABAD MAHARASHTRA FOR QUANTITY SURVEYING TENDERING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS CLAIM MANAGEMENT AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT BRANCHES IN PUNE DELHI GHAZIABAD JAIPUR BANGALORE PUNE CHENNAI KOLKATA ODISHA

Metro Stations
Mundka, Rajdhani Park, Nangloi Railway Station, Nangloi, Nangloi, Surajmal Stadium, Udyog Nagar, Peeragarhi, Sachdev Park, Paschim Vihar, Madi Pur, Shivaji Park, Punjabi Bagh, Ashok Park Main, Satguru Ram Singh Marg, Moti Nagar
Mundka, Rajdhani Park, Nangloi Railway Station, Nangloi, Nangloi, Surajmal Stadium, Udyog Nagar, Peeragarhi, Sachdev Park, Paschim Vihar, Madi Pur, Shivaji Park, Punjabi Bagh, Ashok Park Main, Inderlok
Rithala, Rohini West, Rohini East, Pitampura, Kohat Enclave, Netaji Subhash Place, Keshav Puram, Kanhya Nagar, Inderlok, Shastri Nagar, Pratap Nagar, Pulbangash, Tis Hazari, Kashmiri Gate, Shastri Park, Seelam Pur, Welcome, Shahadra, Mansarovar Park, Jhilmil, Dilshad Garden 
Jhangirpuri, Adarsh Nagar, Azadpur, Model Town, G.T.B Nagar, Vishwa Vidyalaya, Vidhan Sabha, Civil Lines, Kashmiri Gate, Chandni Chowk, Chawri Bazar, New Delhi, Rajiv Chowk, Patel Chowk, Central Secretariat 
Dwarka Sec-9, Dwarka Sec-10, Dwarka Sec-11, Dwarka Sec-12, Dwarka Sec-13, Dwarka Sec-14, Dwarka, Dwarka Mor, Nawada, Uttam Nagar West, Uttam Nagar East, Jank Puri West, Jank Puri East, Tilak Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Tagore Garden, Rajouri Garden, Ramesh Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Shadipur, Patel Nagar, Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh, Jhandewalan, R K Ashram, Rajiv Chowk, Barkhaba Road, Mandi House, Pragati Madan, Inderprastha, Yamuna Bank, Laxmi Nagar, Nirman Vihar, Preet Vihar, Karkar Duma, Anand Vihar ISBT
Dwarka Sec-9, Dwarka Sec-10, Dwarka Sec-11, Dwarka Sec-12, Dwarka Sec-13, Dwarka Sec-14, Dwarka, Dwarka Mor, Nawada, Uttam Nagar West, Uttam Nagar East, Jank Puri West, Jank Puri East, Tilak Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Tagore Garden, Rajouri Garden, Ramesh Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Shadipur, Patel Nagar, Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh, Jhandewalan, R K Ashram, Rajiv Chowk, Barkhaba Road, Mandi House, Pragati Madan, Inderprastha, Yamuna Bank, Laxmi Nagar, Nirman Vihar, Preet Vihar, Karkar Duma, Anand Vihar ISBT, Kaushambi, KB Vashali 
Dwarka Sec-9, Dwarka Sec-10, Dwarka Sec-11, Dwarka Sec-12, Dwarka Sec-13, Dwarka Sec-14, Dwarka, Dwarka Mor, Nawada, Uttam Nagar West, Uttam Nagar East, Jank Puri West, Jank Puri East, Tilak Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Tagore Garden, Rajouri Garden, Ramesh Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Shadipur, Patel Nagar, Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh, Jhandewalan, R K Ashram, Rajiv Chowk, Barkhaba Road, Mandi House, Pragati Madan, Inderprastha, Yamuna Bank, Mayur Vihar -1, Mayur Vihar -1 Extn., New Ashok Nagar, Noida Sec -15, Noida Sec -16, Noida Sec -18, Botanical Garden, Golf Course, Noida City Centre 
 
Central Secretariat, Udyog Bhwan, Race Cours, Jor Bagh, A.I.I.MS, Green Park, Hauz Khas, Malviya Nagar, Saket, Qutab Minar, Chatarpur, Sultan Pur, Ghitorni, Arjan Garh, Guru Dronacharya, Sikandarpur, MG Road, IFFCO Chowk, Huda City Centre 
Central Secretariat, Khan Market, JLN Stadium, Jangpura, Lajpat Nagar, Mool Chand, Kailash Colony, Nehru Place, Kalkaji, Govind Puri, Okhla, Jasola, Sarita Vihar, Mohan Estate, Tughlakabad, Badar Pur Border 

ELIGIBILITY:- 10TH PASS OR 12TH PASS OR ANY GRADUATION

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BHADANI’S Quantity Surveying in Estimation Civil - Construction
Level 1 - Duration :- 45 Days

  1. Understanding the Role of BHADANI'S Quantity Surveying in the Construction Industry

  2. Checklist of All Kinds of Civil Works at Site.

  3. Construction Methodologies of Civil Works and How it works in Construction Industry
  4. Construction Activities Identification Analysis and Report Generation
  5. Making Project Chartered and Feasible Reports
  6. Project Risk Analysis and Action Reports
  7. Understanding and Reading the Structural and Architectural Drawings
  8. Quantity Take off From the Drawings Like PCC , RCC , Reinforcement , Shuttering Etc.
  9. Quantity Take off From the Architectural Drawings (Like Brickwork, Plaster Painting Putty Work Etc.)
  10. Faster Take off Methodologies from Drawings of Civil
  11. Analysis of All Kinds of Civil Drawings with Proper Presentation in Excel Formats
  12. Management Information System (MIS) Generation and Preparation in Proper Formats as per IS Standards
  13. Estimation of All Kinds of Civil Works 
  14. Estimation Technique  During Design Phase 
  15. Estimation Technique During Pre-Construction Phase
  16. Estimation Technique During Post-Construction Phase
  17. Calculator Making of Concrete Steel, Brickwork, Plaster Painting Etc.
  18. Pre-Engineered Building (PEB) Estimation 
  19. Costing Techniques of All Kinds of Civil Works (Concrete , Brikcwork, Earthwork, Finishing Work, Wood Work, Steel Work, Demolishing Works Etc.)
  20. Costing Techniques- Risk Based Costing
  21. Costing Techniques - Parametric Costing
  22. Costing Techniques - Machinery Transport Management and Costing
  23. Costing Techniques - Scope Estimation and Cost Analysis
  24. S-Curve Reporting 
  25. Labour Deployment Planning As per Budget 
  26. Labour Economics and Productivity Analysis
  27. Labour Output Analysis as per IS Code, Schedule of Rates and As per BHADANI'S New Technique
  28. Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) and Management
  29. Machinery Output Analysis as per Market Standards
  30. Profit and Loss Analysis in Labour and Machinery Deployed at Construction Site
  31. Daily Work Report (DWR) Preparation as per Quantity Surveyor Standards
  32. Bar Bending Schedule (BBS) of All RCC Structures Like Footing Beams Slabs, Columns , Raft , Footing, Staircase Etc.
  33. ​Bill of Quantity (BOQ) Take off (Material and Preparation)
  34. Rate Analysis of All Kinds of Civil Works
  35. Material Reconciliation Techniques from Contractor and Client's Side
  36. Material Procurement Strategies as per the techniques used in Quantity Surveying
  37. FREE  LANCE Quantity Surveying with Hands on Practice

MODULE 1:-

CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL AND PRACTICES


MODULE:-2

ESTIMATING AND COSTING


MODULE:- 3

SURVEYING AND LEVELING


MODULE:- 4
CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES




QUANTITY SURVEYOR COURSE IN KOLKATA

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Real Estate Management Training Institute BHADANIS

​​​BHADANI’S PLUMBING DESIGN AND DETAILING COURSE FOR ALL ENGINEERS

Plumbing Designing  Duration 45 Days (30 Days + 15 Days Project)

1. Plumbing Systems
a. Fundamentals of Plumbing System
b. Introduction, Definitions & Concepts
c. List of codes & Standards
d. Fixtures, Faucets and Fixture fittings
i. Washbasin
ii. Water Closet
iii. Bidet 
iv. Bathtub 
v. Shower 
vi. Urinals
vii. Kitchen sink
viii. Floor Drain


2. Design of Domestic Water Supply and Distribution System
a. Requirements of Water Supply system
b. Water Demand Calculations Water
c. StorageCalculationsUndergroundSump(UGS)sizing
ElevatedstorageReservoir(ESR)sizingInternalWater
Supply System
d. Direct Pumping System
e. Hydro-pneumatic system
f. Over Head tank distribution system
g. Design Procedure for Internal Water Supply System
h. Flow rate (q) & Loading Unit (z)-From probability equation
i. Hazen Williams Formula for Head loss Calculation 
InternalWater Supply Pipe sizing calculations
Pumping Calculations- HP/Watts
j. Number of tapping to be connected Heavier Size Pipes.
k. Material used in internal water supply system
l. . External. Water Supply System
m. Number of Population served
n. Number of Fixtures served by Each Pipe
o. Design Procedure for External Water supply System External 
Water Supply Pipe Sizing Calculations Material used
in External water supply system 
p. Water Supply Schematic Layout


3. Design of Sanitary Drainage System
a. Requirements of Sanitary Drainage System
b. Types of Sanitary Drainage Systems
c. Single stack system
d. Single stack (partially ventilated ) system
e. One Pipe System
f. Two Pipe System
g. System requirement for Internal Sanitary Drainage System
h. Internal Sanitary Drainage Pipe Sizing Calculations
i. Design Procedure for External Sanitary Drainage System
j. External Sanitary Drainage Pipe Sizing Calculations
k. Calculation of Slope by Manning’s formula
l. Calculating Depth of Inspection Chamber/Manholes
m. Sanitary Drainage Schematic Layout 
n. Design of Storm Water Drainage System
o. Design of Basement Drainage System
p. Using Manning’s Formula and Rational formula
q. Storm Water Drainage Pipe Sizing Calculations
r. Material used in Sanitary Drainage system


4. Drawings – Plumbing Layouts
a. Legends used in Plumbing 
b. Legends used in Plumbing 
c. Typical Floor Plan-Plumbing Layout
d. Enlarged Kitchen & Utility-Plumbing Layout
e. Riser Diagram for multi storied buildings.


5. The Other aspects
a. Life Cycle of the Project
b. Different stages in Design and Drafting
c. Communication between the different teams,
d. Mode of communication using standard formats
and templates
e. Project Management Tools
f. Maintaining Safe and healthy working environment


6. Employability Skills Improving
a. Resume Writing Skills Improving 
b. Interview Skills En powering
c. En Powering of Interpersonal Relationships.
d. Stress Management.
e. Positive Attitude Development.
f. Self-Motivation.



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