INDUSTRIAL TRAINING WING (ITW)
Industrial training happens to be one of the fundamental building blocks for a marine engineer and the same is chartered by the Industrial Training Wing, one of the oldest schools of CMET established in 1991. ITW provides trainees with the requisite exposure to machines, where they hone their skills on a wide gamut of manufacturing and repair processes which form an integral part of the first line maintenance onboard ships. ITW imparts practical workshop technology training on lathe machines, milling machines, arc welding, gas welding, brazing and soldering, forging, sheet metal smithy, pipe bending, drilling, tapping, threading, filing, fitting and few other common workshop practices. Training at ITW is aimed at establishing familiarity and a certain comfort level in a trainee, to operate workshop machinery. In addition to four different machine shops and a repair & maintenance cell, the Wing also has a sophisticated AutoCAD laboratory where trainees are introduced to digital design tools.