Safety Management

Safety Management

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Aim and Objective:

The Bachelor of Science – Fire & Industrial Safety Programme is to reach over the youth of the country by eradicating the disasters and offering them bright career opportunities in fire and industrial safety which is grasped, has the potential to change their life for the betterment within the course period of enrollment.

Duration The Programme

The duration of the programme of study is Three years and students shall complete the programme within a period of 7 years from the year of admission and the programme will comprise the subjects given in regulations.

Medium of Instruction

English will be the medium of instruction for the programme.

Eligibility for Admission

10th + 2 or I.T.I (2 years) or Equivalent

Course Content :

The course consists of the following modules

First year
Part – I    Language: (01) Telugu or (02) Hindi or (03) Tamil or (04) Malayalam or (05) Kannada
Part – II    English Prose and Composition
Part – III    Fundamentals of Fire & Safety
Part – IV    Safety Engineering
Part – V    Safety in Construction Industry
Part – VI    Practical Viva – Voce on Industrial Safety

Second year
Part – I    Language: (01) Telugu or (02) Hindi or (03) Tamil or (04) Malayalam or (05) Kannada
Part – II    English Poetry and Drama
Part – III    Fire Engineering
Part – IV    Environment & Pollution
Part – V    Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health
Part – VI    Practical Viva – Voce on Fire Fighting

Final year
Part – I    Safety & the Law
Part – II    Safety Management
Part – III    Safety in Chemical & Electrical Industry
Part – IV    Fundamentals of Disaster Management
Part – V    Dissertation and Viva

Scheme of Examinations

The total marks for each course is 100. There will be two examinations each year, one regular, one supplementary.

Course Subjects Duration Max. Marks Min. Marks for a Pass
FIRST YEAR
Part – I Language: (01) Telugu or (02) Hindi or (03) Tamil or (04) Malayalam or (05) Kannada 3 hours 100 40
Part – II English: Prose and Composition 3 hours 100 40
Part – III Fundamentals of Fire & Safety 3 hours 100 40
Part – IV Safety Engineering 3 hours 100 40
Part – V Safety in Construction Industry 3 hours 100 40
Part – VI Practical Viva – Voce on Industrial Safety 3 hours 100 40
SECOND YEAR
Part – I Language: (01) Telugu or (02) Hindi or (03) Tamil or (04) Malayalam or (05) Kannada 3 hours 100 40
Part – II English: Poetry and Drama Fire Engineering 100 40
Part – III Environment & Pollution 3 hours 100 40
Part – IV Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health 3 hours 100 40
Part – V Practical Viva – Voce on Fire Fighting 3 hours 100 40
FINAL YEAR
Part – I Safety & the Law 3 hours 100 40
Part – II Safety Management 3 hours 100 40
Part – II Safety in Chemical & Electrical Industry 3 hours 100 40
Part – IV Fundamentals of Disaster Management 3 hours 100 40
Part – V Dissertation and Viva 3 hours 100 40

 

Passing Requirements

A candidate passing in all subjects will be classified as follows:

Marks Classification
a.) 50% and above but less than 60% Second Class
b.) 60% and above, but less than 75% First Class
c.) 75% and above First Class with Distinction

 

A candidate will be declared to have passed the examination in First Class or First Class with Distinction if he/she has passed all the courses in the first appearance and obtained an aggregate of not less than 60 or 75% of marks respectively.