Automotive Techniques

B.Sc. in Automotive Techniques

(Yashwantarao Chavan Maharashtra Open University)

1 Course Code
2 Duration 3years
3 Eligibility HSC pass or equivalent from any recognized Indian or foreign Board
4 Objective
  • Developing students for the leadership position in the Automobile Industry through hands-on experience.
  • To Progress to higher level vocational qualification and job profile in this Industry.
  • To aid the automotive industry with Job ready manpower.
5 Employment Opportunities Manufacturing industry

  • Trainee Engineer Assembly
  • Supervisor quality
  • Research and development
  • Trainee Engineer purchase
  • Supervisor Maintenance
Service Industry

  • Sales Advisor
  • Service Advisor
  • Insurance Advisor
  • Fleet maintenance in charge
6 Training Methodology The program will be delivered through a unique mix of theory and association with live projects that allows them to relate the theory to real-time practical learning.

There will be full time teaching in the First Semester and from Second to the Fourth Semester students will need to be associated with part-time employment while lectures will be conducted on weekends.

7 Syllabus – Three years program Semester 1

  • Analytical Methods for Engineers
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Health, Safety and Risk Assessment in Engineering
Semester 2

  • Personal and Professional Development
  • Workshop Practice
  • Vehicle Electrical and Electronics
  • Engineering Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
Semester 3

  • Mechanical Principles
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles
  • Engine and Vehicle Design and Performance
  • Further Analytical Methods for Engineers
Semester 4

  • Mechatronic Systems
  • Vehicle Systems and Technology
  • Plan and Co-ordinate Vehicle Maintenance
  • Vehicle Parts Management
Semester 5

  • Engineering Design
  • Materials Engineering
  • Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics
  • Quality Assurance and Management
Semester 6

  • Industrial Robot Technology
  • Managing the Work of Individuals and Teams
  • Research Project (Individual)
  • Research Project (Group)
8 Note
  • Subjects of semesters 3,4,5 & 6: due for final approval from the university