Tuesday, August 23, 2016



A question for all you engineers : what do Pepsi , Reynolds pens and Hero Honda bikes have in common? Give up? They all use automation in some way during the manufacturing process. Automation is everywhere and it has taken a pivotal role in today’s industrial age causing many companies to be dependent on PLCs and PLC-trained personnel. So if you are new to PLCs, never heard of them, or know them well, it is time to get training and I’ll tell you why:

Career Opportunities :

For those who may not know about automation or PLCs, allow me to explain. Automation is defined by Google as: the use of largely automatic equipment in a system of manufacturing or other production process. That is true, but for a more awesome explanation, let’s talk Dosas! The video below shows how dosas can be made in an automated machine. Go ahead and check it out.

What isn’t shown in this video is the brains behind the operation or what controls the timing, temperature, level, speed, etc. of these processes. That is of course the PLC or Programmable Logic Controller. Getting the training you need, to develop, install and support PLC systems like these can open up a wealth of career opportunities for you. Who wouldn’t want that?!

PLCs are your Friend :

Engineering is the science of solving problems. Electrical Engineering is solving those problems electrically. Automation was born to solve problems faced by production facilities but it can also be used to solve problems at home. Learning the basics of PLC technology can give you the knowledge to automate tasks performed around the house. For example, a PLC system can be used to prevent the overflow of water from the overhead tank.

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Monday, August 15, 2016

How is ProGyaan different from other PLC Training centres?



The curriculum in all our courses has been designed by Senior Project Engineers who, by virtue of working on large projects with reputed companies, know what is expected out of Automation Engineers. We have also taken the help of Senior German Automation Experts with extensive International exposure to enhance our course content.

Teaching Methodology

We lay strong emphasis on the Teaching methodology that we adopt, so that every engineer who joins us, leaves with strong technical knowledge. We begin with going “Back to the Basics” and make sure that every student is made conversant with Electrical Fundamentals. What differentiates us from other institutes is, this approach to learning, where each and every student gets to work on real controllers to get a feel of the actual Project environment.


Effective Learning

We take our work very seriously and do not compromise on the quality of education we provide. Hence we closely monitor every student’s attendance and give them periodic tests to assess their performance. We make it mandatory for every student to complete all exercises given to them and to show the working of their programs on the Controllers in the lab.


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Tuesday, August 9, 2016



PLC Scada Training in Chennai is available in many institutes. But, Automation is not only about PLC. The Industry today expects much more from an Automation Engineer. There is a wide gap between what is required in the Industryand what the students know, when they start their careers.

At ProGyaan, we offer one Certificate course and 3 Diploma courses. All our courses begin with the fundamentals of Electricals, as is required for an Automation Engineer.

Course details:

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

PLC Scada Training in Chennai | Progyaan


ProGyaan Learning Centre is an Automation Learning Centre in Chennai. It has been founded by the Directors of an Automation Solutions company, TransforthEngineering Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,along with Engineers from the project team at Transforth. PLC Training in Chennai is not a new concept. But, we found a need to start this institute, because, as employers, we found a severe lacking in the Engineers we recruited and we had to spend 
6 months to train them before we could send them for projects.

Automation, we realized is a fast growing field and there is going to be a huge demand forAutomation engineers in India & abroad. With special impetus being given to manufacturing, in order to meet global standards of productivity, efficiency and quality, industries have to use Automation. Every Machine Manufacturer, System Integrator and End User has a need forAutomation engineers and this need is only going to increase.

In spite of this need, the Industry is unwilling to pay these starting Engineers highly because they know that the skill levels are quite low and they have to invest time, resources and money in training them. That is where we want to make a difference. Since we are also part of this Industry, we know what is expected out of Engineers and hence we have designed our curriculum, class rooms and lab in such a way that we can prepare them to be deployable on projects as soon as they are recruited.
There are many types of controllers in the world and it is impossible for an Engineer to learn all of them. Technology keeps evolving and changing. We prepare them to learn on their own. We teach them the nuances of Solution building so that even when faced with a new set of devices, they are confident enough to work on them.

Sunday, July 31, 2016



This is a 3 month program. In this course, students first learn about PLCs & HMIs. After the Basics are covered, the course moves on to Good Programming practices where they work on Real Life Project Scenarios. Once they are thorough with Programming Techniques, they move on to working with Controllers & HMIs.

By the end of this course, you will be able to program on most known brands of PLC & HMI, for medium scale applications.

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