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Siemens Automation Program

Siemens Automation Program

Siemens Automation Program



PLC is used in the fully automated industries or plants or process. The actual processes handled and controlled by the controllers which are nothing but the programming logic controllers. Thus, PLC plays a very important role in automation section. It is a heart of control systems and constantly monitors the state of the systems through input devices and generates the control actions according to the logic given in the user program.

Industrial Automation and electric drives technology have made significant developments after several decades of the dynamic evolution of power semiconductor devices, converters, pulse width modulation (PWM) techniques, advanced control and simulation techniques. Recently its applications have been fast expanding in industrial, commercial, residential, transportation, utility, aerospace, renewable energy systems, electric/hybrid vehicles and military environments, primarily due to reductions in cost and size and improvements in performance.

MIET is a pioneer institute for providing Industrial Automation Training in PLC (Programmable Logic Controller), SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), HMI (Human Machine Interface), Motor’s, Drives, Sensors, Actuators and Switch Gears. We help in moderating vitality by executing different vitality effective projects for streamlined execution of the systems and to support the operation and upkeep of the establishment.

Our program looks at Automation systems engineering as a synergistic function between hardware and software. Students learn the essential concepts of Automation systems development through a practical, hands-on approach utilizing relevant software with advanced lab. This course is design & developed in coordination with IATC (Certified Siemens Training Center, Chandigarh). We conduct the basic course in regular curriculum and summer/winter advanced training for interested students. Our course consists of two basic modules. Advanced Training is provided by Siemens certified IATC trainers at or institute after the completion of basic modules

Name of the Centre/Academy: Siemens Automation Lab

Established in Association with: IATC, Chandigarh

Objective : To provide an industry oriented platform in the college imparting technical education on automation and producing self-reliant, self-sufficient automation engineers, capable of meeting new industrial challenges.

SPoC: Masood Anzar (Asstt. Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering)

Faculty members involved in the centre activity.

Masood Anzar              (EE)

Avinash Kumar            (EE)

Nidhi Aggarwal            (EE)

Hitlendra Pratap Singh (EC)

Prashant Kumar      (EC)

Varun Singhal        (EC)

Mohini Singh         (EC)



Basic Industrial Automation with PLC, HMI (CM-I)

Course Content:

  1. Introduction to PLC (S7-1200) and its internal structure
  2. Introduction to TIA Portal Step 7 Professional V 14
  3. Programming of Switches and Push Button Communication of Step 7 with S7-1200
  4. Programming Instructions for different kind of switches
  5. Programming with Timers, Counters and Comparators
  6. Introduction to Human Machine Interface (HMI)
  7. HMI Communication with S7-1200
  8. Programming of HMI with digital input, output
  9. Programming of HMI with analog input
  10. Data Handling with HMI

Basic Industrial Automation with Drives (CM- II)

Course Content:

  1. Introduction to Drive Technology (AC/DC)
  2. Basic Components of Drive.
  3. Introduction to operating panels ""(BOP, AOP, IOP)
  4. BOP Commissioning and Parameter Commissioning
  5. Commissioning with STARTER software
  6. STARTER User Interface
  7. Programming the digital inputs of AC Drives
  8. Programming the analog inputs of AC Drives
  9. Programming the Input Functions of AC Drives
  10. Commissioning with TIA Portal
  11. Understanding Drive Manual
  12. Commissioning of DC Drive
  13. Digital Inputs Configuration of DC Drive
  14. Digital Output Configuration of DC Drive

Course Outcome

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

CO1: Analyze the working of PLC S7-1200 and its individual components.

CO2: Identify, formulate, and analyze industrial automation problems covering the application of PLC & HMI.

CO3: Design the human machine interface for digital and analog inputs.

CO4: Implement the project with the new tools of automation.

Course Outcome

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

CO1: Analyze the role and working of each component of AC/DC drives

CO2: Commission and control the working of DC Drive with BOP, Starter and TIA

CO3: Identify, formulate, and analyze industrial automation problems covering the application of PLC & HMI.

CO4: Develop application based program for I/O of drive

Students Trained/Under Training 


2016 - 2017

2017 - 2018

Odd Semester

Even Semester

Odd Semester



ME VII 2014

ME VI -2015

EC V - 2014

EE VII-2014

EC VI -2015

ME V – 2014

EE III-2016




(AC & DC Drives)


ME VIII -2014

ME VII 2015


EE VIII-2014

EC VII 2015


EE IV-2016



Session (Even/Odd)


Students Involved

2016-2017 Odd


ME VII 2013, EE VII-2013, EE III-2015

2016-2017 Even


ME VI -2015, EC V A-2015

2016-2017 Even


ME VIII -2013, EE VIII-2013, EE IV-2015

2016-2017 Even

Industrial Visit

For ME VIII & EE VIII students

2016-2017 Even

Summer Training (TM-I)

4 Students

2016-2017 Even

Basic Certification

10 Students

2017-2018 Odd


EC VII - 2014, ME VII - 2014

2017-2018 Odd


ME VII 2015, EC VII 2015

  1. No of Faculties Trained = 10
  2. Training Program during Summer/Winter Vacation.
    Advance Automation Training (Siemens Certification)  (TM-I) : 10 days@5 hrs/day
    Advance Automation Training (IATC Certification)      (TM-II): 10 days@5 hrs/day
  3. Proposed activity/training program during session 2018 -19:
    Industrial Visit (Proposed On 29 Sept)
    Guest Lecture