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    Program Structure

    First Semester
    • BTAE101
    • Applied Mathematics
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE102
    • Applied Chemistry
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE103
    • Applied Thermodynamics
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE104
    • Computer Programming
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE105
    • Engineering Mechanics
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE106
    • Engineering Drawing
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE107
    • Idsc-1 (Life Coping Skills)
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE108
    • Environment Studies
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 32 Credits

    Second Semester
    • BTAE201
    • Applied Mathematics-II
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE202
    • Applied Physics
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE203
    • Basic Of Electrical And Electonics Engineering
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE204
    • Strength Of Materials
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE205
    • Material Science And Engineering
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE206
    • Automotive Engineering Fundamentals
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE207
    • Workshop Practice
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE208
    • Idsc-2 (Life Coping Skills)
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE209
    • Internship-1
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 36 Credits

    Third Semester
    • BTAE301
    • Applied Mathematics-III
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE302
    • Analog And Digital Electronics
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE303
    • Theory Of Mechanism
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE304
    • Manufacturing Technology
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE305
    • Vehicle Electronics-I
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE306
    • Fluid Mechanicsl
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE307
    • Matlab And Simulink (Lab)
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE308
    • Idsc-3 (Life Coping Skills)
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 32 Credits

    Fourth Semester
    • BTAE401
    • Control Engineering
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE402
    • Computer Aided Design
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE403
    • Ic Engines
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE404
    • Dynamics Of Machinery
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE405
    • Heat and Mass Transfer
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE406
    • Vehicle Electronics-II
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE407
    • Idsc-4 (Life Coping Skills)
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE408
    • Internship-2
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 32 Credits

    Fifth Semester
    • BTAE501
    • Automative Engineering
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE502
    • Reliability Engineering
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE503
    • Robotics and Automation
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE504
    • Design of Automotive Element
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE505
    • Finite Element Method and Analysis
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE506 – I
    • A. Automotive Engine Design
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE506 – II
    • B. Advanced Manufacturing Process
    • BTAE506 – III
    • C. Digital Signal Processing
    • BTAE507
    • Idsc-5 (Life Coping Skills)
    • 4 Credits
    • AUDIT COURSE
    • Disater Management
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 32 Credits

    Sixth Semester
    • BTAE601
    • Auto Product Development
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE602
    • Regulatory Requirements
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE603
    • Hybrid and Electric Vehicle
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE604
    • Vehicle Dynamics
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE605 – I
    • A. Noise Vibrations & Harshness
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE605 – II
    • B. Vehicle Assembly
    • BTAE605 – III
    • C. Powertrain Electronics
    • BTAE606 – I
    • A. Automotive Chassis Design
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE606 – II
    • B. Automotive Materials
    • BTAE606 – III
    • C. Automotive Instrumentation
    • BTAE607
    • Idsc-6 (Life Coping Skills)
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE607
    • Internship-3
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 32 Credits

    Seventh Semester
    • BTAE701
    • Internship
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE702
    • Seminar
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 8 Credits

    Eighth Semester
    • BTAE801
    • Project
    • 4 Credits
    • BTAE802
    • Seminar
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 8 Credits

    Program Overview

    B. Tech Automobile Engineering or Bachelor of Technology in Automotive Engineering is a branch of Mechanical Engineering. B. Tech Automobile Engineering course offers expertness in vehicle designing, testing, assembling and repairing, through the application of automotive technology. In this course, one can also do master in the quality management and control, safety engineering, automotive analytics as well as congregating and insertion of varied automobiles. B. Tech course also includes the research of this course in relation to aerospace and marine engineering. It also entitles the students to reconnoiter new areas, create new approach in the areas of fact-finding and occurrence of mechanization in the area of automobile engineering. After acknowledged completion of B. Tech Automobile Engineering one can pursue M. Tech in Automobile Engineering.

    Key Role of B. Tech. Automobile Engineering
    • Research and Development (R&D) : Research and development is about designing, improving and creating products and services. Some public sectors provide good earning opportunity. This is the most prestigious sector for Automobile Engineers.
    • Manufacturing : Automobile Engineering plays a significant role in the manufacture, design and building of something which is indigenously concludes to be not possible.
    • Design : Design engineering is grounded on CAD tool. This is the most encouraging sector for Automobile Engineers currently.
    • Installation : This is also fundamental plant job for Automobile Engineers. Under the observation of Automobile Engineers the part of machines are installed.
    • Maintenance : Maintenance job is related with preservation of machines using divergent tools of Automobile Engineering.
    • Analysis and testing : This is also a new trending job along with design. In this job you have to experiment with the products. Quality assurance is also the part of it.
    Industries where B. Tech Automobile Engineers can work
    • Automobiles Industries
    • Steel Industries
    • Nuclear Industries
    • Aerospace Industries
    • Communication Companies
    • Thermal Power Industries
    • Power generation industries and many more.