About Udyam Prakashan

Udyam Prakashan English    16-Sep-2020
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Udyam prakashan is a ‘no profit -no loss’ section 8 company working for last 5 years in the field of imparting technical knowledge and information.

Udyam Prakashan is a team of Engineers and professionals devoted to spread technical knowledge and information in manufacturing sector. It is started with the objective of publishing technical books and magazines related to engineering in Indian regional languages, to bring the updated technical knowledge and information at the doorstep of common shop floor technicians.

There are thousands of small and medium engineering industrial units spread all over India. Although there is a lot of employment generation in these units, most of the workers and operators on the shop floor have little or no knowledge of English language. If this work force is to be technically educated to increase its efficiency; then it is mandatory to impart training in their local language, which they can grasp easily. Obviously, the right books are very important, so our team is working on books which should be useful to the existing and new entrants in MSME sector, which can help them to learn GOOD PRACTISES for work shop working.

There are 4 books under preparation Mechanical Handbook, Sulabh Yantrashala, Pragat Yantrashala and Assembly –Disassembly Which are likely to be published in the first quarter of 2021. These books are being created to make shop working as ‘Knowledgeable working’ enabling to improve performance. Upcoming books would focus on the features of CNC machines and its appropriate applications with case studies. Some books/booklets would also cover the basic knowledge of different trades.

With the same vision, we launched a magazine named ‘Dhatukam’ (metal working) in Marathi in June 2017 and subsequently in Kannada, Hindi and Gujarati language. These professional magazines contribute to industry by publishing important information about the new techniques, new experiments being conducted in the respective areas, new tools and equipment which have been introduced in the market. If one comes across something interesting in such a periodical; it is shared with friends and colleagues. Thus, new technical information spreads in the industry.

Our magazines ‘Dhatukam’ (metal working) in Marathi, Dhatukarya in Hindi, Lohkarya in Kannada and Dhatukam in Gujarati are similar to European or American magazines like ‘Modern Machine Shop’. The main objective of this magazine is to share the latest information about all the modern techniques of producing machined parts using machine tools, with readers. The magazine also contains information about the improvement activities, new products, new processes and improvements. It is our endeavour to give useful knowledge and information to the workers, supervisors and officers in every issue of this magazine.

We are circulating these magazines to around 50000 small and medium scale machine shops, big corporates and technical educational institutes in India, putting all languages together. It definitely has made an impact and being appreciated by the readers. We also intend to start magazine in Tamil in near future.