Diploma in Automobiles Engineering

Diploma in Automobiles Engineering:

About the programme:

The changing automotive technologies have created a demand for the new set of knowledge and skills in the automobile working professionals. This program is designed to impart effective training to develop skilled technician to can have meet the present day requirements of the automobile different industry. The programme broadly focuses on basics of automobile engineering, systems design, sales, service & maintenance etc. The pass outs from this programme can find placement opportunities in automobile manufacturing industries, automobile service industries, and ancillary units to automobile manufacturing industries, automobile design units, Govt and public sector organisations e.t.c. There exists scope for entrepreneurship and self employment.

Students can find opportunity for higher education both in automobile engineering and mechanical engineering field.

Teaching methodology:

Theoretical concepts through class room teaching followed by practical/laboratory teaching, group discussion, role play etc. Field visit / Industrial visit are a part of the programme for better under standing of concept! topics.

Laboratories / workshop available in the department:

  • Automobile Workshop
  • Thermal Lab
  • Machine Workshop
  • Cut Section Model Lab
  • Carpentry &Welding Shop
  • Strength of Material Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines Lab
  • Modern Equipment Lab

Specific Instruction to students:

  1. Students need to wear uniform dress code for Laboratory classes
  2. Follow safety Precaution in the laboratories
  3. 75 % attendance compulsory for theory classes
  4. 100 % attendance is desirable for practical classes

Activities in the Department:

  1. Expert lecture
  2. Industrial visit! fields visits
  3. Students seminars
  4. Short term training programs

Faculty members / staff:

  1. Sh. D. Devarasiddappa; HOD i/c
  2. Sh. Rinchin Tashi Tsumkhapa, Lect.
  3. Sh. Rolin Sorum, Lect.
  4. ShVinay Kumar;STA
  5. Sh. Hibu Saa; Laboratory Assistant

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE FOR AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

Term 1

G101 Communication Skill-I
G103 Mathematics-1
G105 Physics-I
G107 Chemistry-I
G109 NSS1/NCC1
G201 Engineering Drawing -I
G203 Workshop Practice-I
G206A Introduction to Computer Programming

Term2

G102 Communication Skill -II
G104 Mathematics II
G106 Physics II
G108 Chemistry II
G110 NSS2/NCC2
G202 Engineering Drawing II
G204 Workshop Practice II
G205 Engineering Mechanics

Term3

G301 Environmental Education
AE401 Automobile Drawing
AE402 Manufacturing Processes
AE403 Strength of Materials and Machine Design
AE405 Heat Power Engineering
AE406 Fluid Mechanics and Machines
AE410 Workshop Practice -III
G207 Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Term 4

G302A-F Softcore 2
AE408 Automobile Engine -I
AE411 Automobile Chassis
AE503 Transport Management and Motor Vehicle Act
AE504 Automobile Workshop
AE404 Theory of Machines
AE508 Auto Body Work Practices

Term5

AE409 Automobile Engine -II
AE407 Metrology and Quality Control
AE505 Automobile Power Train
AE 506 Automobile Electronics
AE510 Driving Practice
AE502 Vehicle Maintenance and Garage Practice 

Term 6

AE509 Project
AE501 Automotive Air Conditioning
AE507 Auto Engine Reconditioning
AE511 Technical Seminar
AE 512 Industrial Training (3 weeks OJT+1week orientation)
AE601-605 Elective I
AE601-605 Elective II

Industrial Training: Students have to undergo Industrial Training in one phase during the vacation after the 4th semester. The training shall be for a duration of not less than 5(five) weeks. A Student who does not complete the Industrial Training shall not be eligible for admission in the 5th Semester.