B.Tech/M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Automobile Manufacturing

 

 

Course Offered

Duration (in years)

Eligibility Criteria

B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering (Automobile Manufacturing)

4

12th standard pass with Physics, Maths, Chemistry/ Computer Science with at least 60% marks.

M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering (Automobile Manufacturing)

6

 

 

On successful completion of 4 years course the student will receive B.Tech Degree and those who successfully complete 6 years course will receive M.Tech Degree.Students have the option to exit after 4 years, with only B.Tech Degree.

Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices to large systems. Mechanical engineers play a central role in such industries as Automobile Manufacturing (from the car chassis to its every subsystem—engine, transmission, sensors).

The automotive industry represents some of the largest companies in the world, from car manufacturers to fuel specialists. As an engineer you can expect to work for one of these industrial titans. FISITA’s Honorary Committee is made up of some of the most diverse and dynamic automotive companies, and if you are looking for a good place to start your career take a look at the advance curriculum structure of Automobile Manufacturing offeredbyThe Neotia University,that will yield vivid career pathways.This will be achieved by an approach involving rigorous and comprehensive academic course work covering theory, fundamentals and hands-on experience with real-world applications.

Course Structure 

Semester 1

Subject Name

Credit Points

Engineering Physics-I

5

Computer Programming in C

5

Mathematics-I

3

Basic Electronics

5

English for Communication

3

Graphics & Engineering Drawing

4

TOTAL

25

Semester 2

Subject Name

Credit Points

Engineering Physics-II

5

Mathematics-II

3

Advanced C Programming Lab

2

Introduction to Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

5

Environmental Science

3

Engineering Chemistry

5

Manufacturing Processes and Workshop Practice

4

TOTAL

27

Semester 3

Subject Name

Credit Points

Applied Statistics & Probability

3

Engineering Mechanics

3

Metrology and Measurement

3

Manufacturing Technology-I

3

Engineering Thermodynamics

3

Material Science & Engineering

3

Machine Drawing-I

2

Metrology and Measurement Lab

2

Manufacturing Tech. lab - I

2

Thermo Dynamics lab

2

Applied Mechanics Lab

2

TOTAL

28

Semester 4

Subject Name

Credit Points

Numerical Methods & Optimization Techniques

2

Business English & Technical Writing

3

Strength Of Material

3

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines

3

Machining and Machine tool

3

Automotive System fundamentals

3

Machine Drawing-II

2

Numerical Methods Lab

2

Fluid Mechanics Lab

2

Machining and Machine tool Lab

2

Material Testing Lab

2

Automotive Systems Lab

2

TOTAL

29

Semester 5

Subject Name

Credit Points

Design of Machine Elements

3

Automotive Electrical & Electronics

3

Mechanisms and Machines

3

Theory Of Automotive Engine

3

Industrial Engineering & Operations Research

3

Automotive Pollution & Control

3

Design Practice-I

2

Automotive Engine Laboratory

2

Confidence Building & Behavioral Skill

2

Machining and Machine tool Lab

2

Automotive Electrical & Electronics Lab

2

TOTAL

28

Semester 6

Subject Name

Credit Points

Economics for Engineers

3

Dynamics of Machine

3

Auto fuel and lubrication

3

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

3

Automotive Transmission System

3

Open Elective - I

3

Design Practice- II

2

Automotive Transmission Lab

2

Dynamics of Machine Lab

2

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab

2

Mandatory (Industrial Training of 4 weeks)

1

TOTAL

27

Semester 7

Subject Name

Credit Points

Heat & Mass Transfer

3

Dynamic Analysis and Control System Design of Automatic Transmissions

3

Two Wheelers and Three Wheelers

2

Vehicle Technology (Automotive Chassis & Body Engineering)1

3

Departmental Elective-I

3

Open Elective - I

3

Design Practice- II

3

Heat & Mass Transfer Lab

2

Advanced Manufacturing Technology Lab

2

Project (Part-I)

2

Seminar, Presentation on training & research

2

TOTAL

25

Semester 8

Subject Name

Credit Points

Quality & Reliability Engineering

3

Departmental Elective - II

3

Open Elective - III

3

Vehicle Performance And Testing

3

Project (Part-II)

6

Applications of CAD in Automotive Design

2

Comprehensive Viva Voce

2

Vehicle Performance And Testing Laboratory

2

TOTAL

24

  • Career Prospect for Mechanical Engineering in Automobile Manufacturing

    Automotive engineers design the systems and mechanisms of cars. These professionals ensure that automotive designs and systems conform to budgeted quality and cost specifications. Similar to other types of mechanical engineers, automotive engineers analyse potential problems in design and work to solve those problems, design and retest prototypes of cars and car parts, and oversee the manufacturing of automotive. Computers are a big part of how automotive engineers do their jobs.

    Automotive engineering is a subcategory of mechanical engineering. Due to the lack of specialized programs for automotive engineering, many aspiring automotive engineers enrol in a mechanical engineering bachelor's program.Most automotive engineers work on a full-time basis, although many work more than 40 hours a week on occasion. Such engineers usually work as part of a team. Although most of their time will be spent in an office setting, engineers may need to occasionally travel to car manufacturing plants, as well.

    Consider a master's degree. While a master's degree in automotive engineering is not required to work in the field, earning this higher-level degree will provide students with advanced knowledge and skills. In addition to learning about innovative designs and systems, a master's degree will also provide research opportunities.

    An automotive engineering internship will provide students with experience in the field and offers them an opportunity to apply what they have learned in a classroom to professional situations. These internships are offered through automotive suppliers or manufacturers and opportunities may be available to specialize in a specific area. Specializations could be in simulation software, robotics or infrastructure.

 

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  • Campus: Monday - Friday 10AM - 4PM
  • Phone: 1800 419 0909
  • Email: contact@tnu.in
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