Awarded ByInfrastructure University
Duration2 Years 6 Months
About the course
Diploma in Automotive Engineering course is a specialised branch of Mechanical Engineering, covering the areas of automotive engines, transmission, suspension, braking systems, electrical and electronics, comfort and safety, automotive workshop technology and management. Graduates of this programme are expected to be involved in the automotive maintenance and manufacturing sectors. These sectors include design, testing, servicing and manufacturing of a wide range of vehicles such as private or public transportation, and light or heavy vehicles. This course will get to learn about the application of mechanical, thermodynamic, pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical principles with an aim to resolve engineering problems. During the period of their study, they will get to know as to how to design and produce visual interpretations of the automobiles and their components. They would also be involved in developing test procedures as well as conducting tests by using physical testing methods and software packages. Another interesting aspect of the course is that students would also get an opportunity to supervise and inspect the installation, modification, and commissioning of mechanical systems at the industrial facilities or plants.
- Private vehicles or public transports
- Automotive workshops
- Manufacturing and maintenance for vehicle manufacturers
Automotive Engine 1, Automotive Workshop Technology, General Chemistry, Circuit Theory, Engineering Drawing, Hydraulic & Pneumatics, Mathematics 1, Mathematics 2, General Physics, Science Laboratory, Statics, Technical English 1, Co-Curriculum I
Automotive Braking System, Automotive Electrical and Electronics 1, Automotive Electrical and Electronics 2, Automotive Engine 2, Automotive Fuel System Dynamics, Automotive Ignition System, Automotive Transmission System, Mathematics 3, Strength and Machine Laboratory, Strength of Materials, Thermofluid, Thermofluid Laboratory
Automotive Comfort and Safety System, Final Year Project, Suspension and Steering System, Workshop Management and Administration
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