A Programmable Logic Controller – PLC, also known as programmable controller, is the name given to a type of computer commonly used in commercial and industrial control applications. PLCs can differ from office computers in the types of tasks that they perform and the hardware and software they require to perform these tasks.

All PLCs monitor inputs and other variable values, make decisions based on a stored program, and control outputs to automate a process or machine.

PLC (Programmable logic Control) is hardware industries and digital computer control system aimed at automating the electromechanical processes. In PLC Training students are taught to monitor the processes involved in the input devices to generate a signal which controls the output devices

In the earlier stages of development, the control and sequencing was mainly composed of relay, cam trainers, and drum sequencers. But it was quite hectic to update as it was time consuming and expensive. The father of PLC is considered to be Dick Morley.

The first PLC was created by Bedford Associates (named as 084) in 1968, when they took up the challenge from GM Hydramatic for replacement of electronic equipments for a hard wired relay systems based on paper written by Edward Clarke. Certain developments took place around the years when Mitsubishi launched Q series in launched in 2002.


  • Introduction to PLC SCADA
  • Digital Electronics Basics
  • PLC Fundamentals, PLC Hardware and Architecture
  • Wiring Different field Devices to PLC
  • Creating applications with Programming Software
  • Programming Languages, Basic Instructions
  • Load/and/or/out/and Read/Write instructions
  • Compare/Add/Sub/And/or -blocks instructions
  • Move, File Handling, Timer, Counter block
  • Master control/set/reset function
  • Advance Instructions
  • Upload/Download/Monitoring of programs
  • Forcing of I/OS, Fault finding/troubleshooting and documentation
  • Monitoring/Modifying Data table values
  • Communication with SCADA software
  • Hands on experience on real time applications

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

  • Introduction to SCADA software
  • Creating New SCADA Project
  • Creating database of Tags
  • Creating and Editing Graphic display
  • Attaching controls to graphic objects sizing, Blinking, Filling
  • Analog Entry, Movement of objects, Visibility
  • Real time and Historical Trending
  • Creating Alarms and Events
  • Application of scripts
  • Communication with PLC/excel/different protocols
  • Net DDE Communication
  • Fault finding/Troubleshooting

Panel Designing and Auto Cad

  • Introduction to switch gears and accessories
  • Basics of control and power drawings
  • General protection involved in panel
  • Load management (connected load, running load, load factor)
  • Indications (Ammeter, Volt Meter, PF and KW Meter etc.)
  • Preparation of general arrangement diagrams, busbar sizing
  • Electrical Protection
  • Preparation of power and control circuits
  • General wiring guidelines/practices
  • Maintenance and troubleshooting of control circuits in live panels


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