Mechanical, Metallurgy & Aeronautical Engineering  students

Learn NDT with Industry veteran of 25+ Years

Srinivas Bommakanti - Trained 5000+ Freshers

Regular Assessments

Certification Assistance

Dedicated Support

Why NDT as a career option


Non-destructive Testing as a career option is one of the lucrative opportunities for engineering (Mechanical, Metallurgy, Aeronautical, Petroleum branches ) and diploma holders in many manufacturing industries in India.  
With a couple of years of experience, the doors will be opened in many International manufacturing hubs like Germany, Singapore, USA, Dubai and the middle east

Sectors which have NDT jobs

  • Automobile
  • Defence (DRDO, DRDL, DMRL, etc)
  • Aerospace (HAL, TATA Aerospace, etc) 
  • Power (NTPC, JSW, NHPC, etc) 
  • Railways 
  • Shipbuilding 
  • Engineering Construction Companies (L&T, TATA Projects, etc)



NDT Plus is designed to ensure that the learner has a strong fundamental understanding of the concepts, various testing methods, application and how to apply them in real time scenarios

You shall learn the below important aspects in the course

The most common testing methods in NDT used in industries
Which method is applicable to which type of industry, material
How to apply various methods  
Types of materials to be used suitable for each of these methods  
Ability to determine the results (Helps in career progression)  
Ability to certify the fitness of a product  

Learn 2 Testing methods



Liquid Penetrant Testing(LPT)

2 Live Sessions
14 pre-recorded lectures in Liquid Penetrant Testing  
Multiple Choice question assessments at the end of each lecture  
2 mid and 1 final assessment
Course completion certificate


Magnetic Particle Testing (MPT)

4 Live Sessions
19 pre-recorded lectures in Magnetic Particle Testing
Multiple Choice question assessments at the end of each lecture  
3 mid and 1 final assessment
Course completion certificate

Course Curriculum


1. Introduction to Penetrant Testing (PT)
2. What is the need for PT?
3. What can be and cannot be inspected with PT?
4. What discontinuities found with PT?

Steps in PT procedure Principle of PT   
1. Steps in PT procedure
2. Precleaning- what, why, when, where & how?
3. Types of impurities in flaw
4. Types of pre-cleaning based on impurity

Application of penetrant Properties of penetrant-Technical, physical
1. Modes of Application of penetrant

Dwell time Dwell time-what, why, how much time?
1. Factors effecting dwell time
2. Recommended dwell time

Excess penetrant removal
1. What is excess penetrant?
2. Why to remove excess penetrant?
3. How to remove excess penetrant depending on type of penetrant?
4. Selection of type of penetrant

Developer Application What is a developer?
1. Why to apply developer?
2. How to apply developer?
3. Types of developer?

1. What is interpretation?
2. What is an evaluation?    Are they both the same?
3. False indications, non-relevant indications and relevant indications- their occurrences in PT

Post cleaning
1. What is post cleaning?
2. Why to clean the object after PT?
3. How to clean the object after PT?

Factors effecting PT What are the factors effecting penetrant testing?
1. Temperature
2. Light requirements
3. Performance of penetrant
4. Performance of Developer
5. How to control them?

1. What is defectology?
2. What is a discontinuity?
3. What is a defect?

Acceptance Standards
1. What are acceptances Standards?
2. What is the criterion for Acceptance/Rejection of a part

NDT Codes and Standards What are Codes & standards? Are they both same?
1. Few of internationally known NDT Codes & standards
2. Brief description of some known Codes & Standards

History of PT
1. History of PT, Advantages and limitations of PT
1. Basic MPT procedure.
2. Benefits over PT
3. How MPT does works

Basics of magnetism Principle
1. Basic theory of magnetism
2. Definition of magnet
3. Laws of magnetism
4. Properties of magnetic lines of force
5. Units of magnetic field/questions

Types of material Diamagnetic
1. Paramagnetic
2. Ferro magnetic

Properties of magnetic material Susceptibility-definition
1. Permeability-definition
2. Retentivity-definition
3. Residual magnetic field
4. Co-ersive force
5. Reluctance
6. Saturation point
7. Hysteresis curve, uses of hysteresis curves

Types of magnetization Relationship-electric field and magnetic field
1. Importance of magnetic field direction
2. Longitudinal magnetization
3. Circular magnetization

Equipment for longitudinal magnetization
1. Equipment for circular magnetization
2. Selection of equipment
3. Magnetic field distribution-Long. & circular

Magnetic particles
1. Required properties of magnetic particles Type of magnetic particles, application
2. Selection of magnetic particles

Type of currents Alternating current-source
1. Direct current-source
2. HWDC –source, benefits of HWDC
3. Selection of type of current

Demagnetization - Definition of demagnetization
1. Need for magnetization
2. Demagnetization methods
3. Small parts and large parts

Inspection techniques Continuous technique
1. Residual technique
2. Selection of technique

Factors effecting MPT Temperature
1. Light requirement
2. Performance of equipment
3. Direction and Adequacy of the magnetic field
4. Concentration of magnetic particles

Reference blocks Field indicator/Pie gauze-USES
1. ASTM reference block-uses
2. BHEL test piece-uses
3. Ketos ring-uses

Instrumentation Portable equipment
1. Mobile equipment
2. Stationary equipment
3. Selection of instrumentation

Manufacturing processes, discontinuities associated
1. Welding
2. Casting
3. Rolling
4. Forging

Interpretation & evaluation of indications Definitions
1. False indications
2. Non-relevant indications
3. Relevant indications
4. Preservation of indications

Acceptance standards Acceptance/rejection-MPT
1. Standards related to MPT

NDT codes & Standards What is a code?
1. What is a standard?
2. Few global codes & standards

2 Mock interviews (Personalized)
Resume guidance
Functional interview questions (Group)
Behavioural interview questions Preparation (Personalized)
Sessions about the do's and don'ts of an interview

Course delivered by


Srinivas Bommakanti

Co-Founder, NDT Plus

Srinivas is an NDT Certified Trainer (ASNT - SNT - TC - 1A Norms) has an overall experience of 25 years, with the last 16 years being spent in training more than 7000+ participants in India and Abroad. As part of his assignments, he had travelled to countries like Oman, SriLanka, etc to provide exclusive training to employees of International companies like Velosi certification, AIB VINCOTTE, Srilankan Airlines, Ceylon petroleum corporation.

Over the last 10 years, he has imparted his knowledge for more than 5000 fresh graduates and helped them to start their career in Quality Control, specifically in the Non-Destructive Testing field.

Course Highlights


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Sample Lecture - Preview


Trainer Success Stories


Rambabu Musini
 Quality Engineer

 "I am lucky to say that I got trained by one of the finest teaching faculty versatile by his knowledge and teaching style where a student understands the concepts very well. His concept-oriented teaching methods make students feel confident and can apply practically by his teaching methods. Here I am not exaggerating by saying so but as an average student, I am saying this by my heart. I have got to learn both certifications i.e., ASNT LEVEL II & NAS 410 from Srinivas Sir." 

Vinod Kumar
Managing Director

 "The methodology used by Srinivas was laced with ample examples related to the real job application which was simple, yet effective in enhancing ghte knowledge of our team." 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Course completion certificate will be given by NDT PLUS on successful completion of course.

Industrial accepted (NDT LEVEL-1 OR 2 Certification will be issued by NDT level-3 (given by Certification governing bodies like American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) upon the meeting of norms of SNT- TC- TC- 1A (Education, Experience, Training and Certification)

YES, For entry-level positions, companies will look for candidates who have the understanding of the methods and how to conduct them rather than recruiting candidates with ZERO knowledge in NDT and getting them trained to meet the industrial need. In this regard, Certificate issued by NDT PLUS is suitable so that you can start delivering your job.

Regarding authenticity to certify the quality of a product, NDT LEVEL -2 certificate issued by ABOVE CERTIFICATION BODY is required for which the candidate should meet the above-mentioned norm

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