YMCA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Community College Of Skill Development

B. Voc. In Automobiles


Introduction

The School of Automotive Skills came into existence in 2017, with a mission to impart knowledge, technical skills & hands-on training in automobiles, focusing on four wheelers, both petrol & diesel, tractor and agricultural implements. The program is designed to introduce the students to the operation of today's complex vehicles by giving them a comprehensive understanding, basic to advanced, of various automotive systems like Transmission, Brakes, Steering and Suspension, Electrical and Electronics, and Engine Performance, etc. Students under this program will acquire the necessary skills to diagnose and repair mechanical and computer controlled electronic systems on the latest models of automobiles. The Indian auto industry is one of the largest in the world. According to Indian Brand Equity Foundation, the industry accounts for 7.1 per cent of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). With such a huge market comes the requirement of skilled people for after sales service of automobiles where trained manpower is required. The School will create a new benchmark in skill development in the Automotive Industry by developing a work force which will be an ideal blend of technical skills and managerial expertise.



Objectives

• To create an end-to-end implementation frame-work for skill development in automobile sector, providing opportunities for quality long and short-term skill training, by providing gainful employment and ensuring career progression that meets the aspirations of trainees.


• To establish cross sectoral, nationally and internationally acceptable standards for skill training in the country by creating a comprehensive program of teaching and training.


• To ensure high quality options for long term training benchmarked to internationally acceptable qualification standards, which will ultimately help to create a highly skilled work-force for the automobile sector.


• To develop and retain a network of highly qualified teachers & trainers in the automotive sector.


• To develop the School as a Centre of Excellence in skill development for Automotive Skills.



Programs offered

• Diploma (1 year)


• Advanced Diploma (2 years)


• B. Voc. (3 years)


Eligibility

• 10+2 in any stream or ITI after 10th or Polytechnic Diploma will be considered as equivalent to 10+2


Admission

• Admission will be based on the merit.


The B. Voc. program is modular in nature with multiple exit points at Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma and B. Voc. Each of the six semesters carries 30 credits, resulting in a total of 180 credits for B. Voc. The credits are accumulated from Certificate to B. Voc. as given below:



Semester Duration Credits (Cumulative) Award
I 6 months 30 ---
II 6 months (1yr) 60 Diploma
III 6 months (1.5yrs) 90 ---
IV 6 months (2yrs) 120 Advanced Diploma
V 6 months (2.5yrs) 150 ---
150 6 months (3yrs) 180 B. Voc.


Career Opportunities

Undergoing the B. Voc. Program in Automotive skills will equip the students with all necessary and essential attributes to service, maintain and over haul various types of automobiles. This in turn will make them ready for the huge market of service and maintenance as well as proficiency in running their own entrepreneurial venture.

The students will be eligible for various positions, starting from entry level in the automobile service sector, of various brands of cars and tractors.



Infrastructure and Equipment

ICGT Lab

Internal combustion engines are those engines where the combustion is carry out inside the engine cylinder. The term internal combustion engine usually refers to an engine in which combustion is intermittent, such as the more familiar four-stroke and two-stroke piston engines, along with variants, such as the six-stroke piston engine and the Wankel rotary engine. The internal combustion engine is quite different from external combustion engines, such as steam engines in which the energy is delivered to a working fluid not consisting of, mixed with, or contaminated by combustion products. Working fluids can be air, hot water, pressurized water or even liquid sodium, heated in some kind of boiler.

It can provide high power-to-weight ratios together with excellent fuel energy density. Generally using fossil fuel engines have appeared in transport in almost all vehicles. The internal combustion engines appear in the form of gas turbines.

A gas turbine, also called a combustion turbine, is a type of internal combustion engine. It has an upstream rotating compressor coupled to a downstream turbine.

Energy is added to the gas stream in the combustor, where fuel is mixed with air and ignited. In the high pressure environment of the combustor, combustion of the fuel increases the temperature. The products of the combustion are forced into the turbine section. There, the high velocity and volume of the gas flow is directed through a nozzle over the turbine's blades, spinning the turbine which powers the compressor and, for some turbines, drives their mechanical output. The energy given up to the turbine comes from the reduction in the temperature and pressure of the exhaust gas.


LIST OF EQUIPMENTS:-

• Fuel supply of diesel engine model

• Four stroke single cylinder diesel engine

• Cut section model

• Four stroke four cylinder petrol engine

• Cut section model

• Cooling system of automobile model

• Stroke single cylinder diesel engine

• Calorimeter to plot heat balance sheet

• Model steam engine

• Model wancal motor

• 150 cc petrol engine

• Gas analyzer


Syllabus

Semester - I
Sr. No. Subjects Credits
1. Basic English for Executives 5
2 Computer Fundamentals 5
3 Management Process 5
4 Retailing Concepts 5
5 Inventory Managements 5
6 Business Ethics 5
Total 30



Semester - II
Sr. No. Subjects Credits
1. Functional English for Executives 5
2 Consumer Behaviour 5
3 Retails Marketing and Sales Management 5
4 Customer Relationship Management 5
5 IT Applications in Retail Management 5
6 Store Operations Management 5
Total 30


Semester - III
Sr. No. Subjects Credits
1. Soft Skills and Personality Development 5
2 Data Analysis and Business Decisions 5
3 Economics Foundation of Business Environment 5
4 Business Correspondence 5
5 Basics of Automobile/IT Sector 5
6 Human Resource Management 5
Total 30



Semester - IV
Sr. No. Subjects Credits
1. Total Quality Management 5
2 Production Management 5
3 Managing Retail Strategies 5
4 Marketing Management 5
5 Legal Aspects in Business 5
6 Summer Training 5
Total 30


Semester - V
Sr. No. Subjects Credits
1. Business Research Methodology 5
2 Management Information’s Systems 5
3 Franchisee and Brand Management 5
4 Dealership and parts Management 5
5 International Retailing 5
6 Entrepreneurship Development 5
Total 30
Semester - VI
Sr. No. Subjects Credits
1. Industrial Training 30
Total 30


Faculty

A highly experience faculty with very rich and diversified experience in industry, research and teaching:



Dr. Sandeep Grover

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Industrial Engineering, Quality Management, Application of Systematic Approach. He has more than 28 Years of teaching experience & 01 year of industrial experience.



Dr. M.L. Aggarwal

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is designing. He has more than 29 Years of teaching experience & 0.5 year of industrial experience.



Dr. Raj Kumar

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Thermal, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, I.C. Engines, Power Plants. He has more than 22 Years of teaching experience.



Dr. Tilak Raj

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Flexible Manufacturing systems, Cutting tools. He has more than 24 Years of teaching experience & 03 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Vikram Singh

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Quality management. He has more than 14 Years of teaching experience & 01 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Arvind Gupta

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Thermal, CFD, Energy, RAC. He has more than 21 Years of teaching experience & 04 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Hari Om

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is welding Engineering. He has more than 16 Years of teaching experience & 02 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Lakhwinder Singh

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Material Technology, Fluid Dynamics. He has more than 15 Years of teaching experience & 02 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Vikas Turk

Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is JIT Manufacturing. He has more than 19 Years of teaching experience.



Dr. Niranjan Mangla

Associate Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Thermal Engg., Vedic Science and Technology. He has more than 13 Years of teaching experience 03 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Associate Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Industrial Engg. He has more than 17 Years of teaching experience & 01.5 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Vasudev Malhotra

Associate Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Advanced Manufacturing and Automation. He has more than 17 Years of teaching experience.



Dr. Mukesh Gupta

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is CAD/CAM, Power Plants. He has more than 11 Years of teaching experience.



Dr. Naresh Yadav

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

He has more than 05 years of teaching experience & 05 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Sandhya Dixit

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

She has more than 05 years of teaching experience & 05 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Sanjeev Goyal

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Robotics & Automation. He has more than 10 Years of teaching experience & 01 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Bhaskar Nagar

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

He has more than 05 years of teaching experience & 05 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Rajeev Saha

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Operation Management, Web Management. He has more than 07 Years of teaching experience & 13 years of industrial experience.



Dr. Nikhil Dev

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Thermal Engg. He has more than 10 Years of teaching experience.



Dr. Rajesh Kumar Attri

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D

Expert Area is Quality Management, Operations Management, Manufacturing Technology. He has more than 07 Years of teaching experience & 01 year of industrial experience.



Dr. Krishan Verma

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Aviation Technology, CAD/CAM, Mechanical Design. He has more than 12 Years of teaching experience.



Dr. Mahesh Chand

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is Supply Chain Management, Industrial Engineering, MCDM Approaches. He has more than 07 Years of teaching experience.



Dr. O. P. Mishra

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), Ph. D.

Expert Area is JIT Supply Chain, Machines & Mechanisms. He has more than 10 Years of teaching experience & 22 years of industrial experience.



Mr. Surender Singh

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), M. Tech.

has more than 05 Years of teaching experience & 05 years of industrial experience.



Mrs. Shefali Trivedi

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), M. Tech.

Expert Area is Mechanical metallurgy, forming powder metallurgy. She has more than 03 Years of teaching experience.



Mr. Nittin Panwar

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.), M. Tech.

Expert Area is Thermal Engg. He has more than 03 Years of teaching experience.