Program Details

B. Tech in Automobile Engineering qualifies you to work in a branch of engineering that deals with the study of how to design, manufacture and operate all kinds of moving vehicles such as buses, trucks, cars, two-wheelers, three-wheelers, earth-movers, tractors, and also their respective engineering subsystems.

The First 2 years build a strong foundation of mathematics, material science, applied physics, engineering drawing, computer science, applied mechanics, basics of electronics, i.e. engines, manufacturing.

After 2 years there is one semester of Industrial Training and by the end of the 4th semester the student has already firmed up his area of pursuit. 5th-semester industrial training can be organized in the area in which the student wants to specialize.

The first 4 semesters also include laboratory modules. Depending on the stream of specialization appropriate lab classes are planned. Students also have access to the workshop where the automobile vehicles and components including the engine and their parts are displayed, thereby helping the student to get familiarized with the vehicles and components, their functions, and location in the automobile assembly.

Semesters 6 & 7 include specialized subjects depending on the stream being pursued. Students are also given a flavor of quality engineering, auto product development, manufacturing processes which have become key factors in the successful execution of products in the industrial environment. The syllabus includes subjects of contemporary and emerging technologies, like electric drive and controls, fuel cells. Engineering tools like Matlab and Simulink are a part of the curriculum. Overall the course is structured in a way to give a well-rounded knowledge and practical training to the student on which he can build further and become a valuable contributor in the professional world.

The program will give students broad exposure to the design, development, and testing of automobiles. Furthermore, the program trains them to meet the technological challenges and diverse needs of the industry and society in various areas of automobile engineering and equips them to excel in a truly competitive industry. Students get the opportunity to serve many top-notch Automobile Companies & IT companies.

Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits 
1 APSC 2101 Applied Mathematics I 4
2 APSC 2103 Applied Chemistry 4
3 AUTO 2101 Automotive Engineering Fundamentals 3
4 AUTO 2102 Basic Electronics and Instrumentation 3
5 AUTO 2103 Machine Drawing 4
6 IDSC 101 IDSC – I (Communications Skills –I) 3
7 IEVS 100 Environment studies 3
Total Credits:  24
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits 
1 APSC 2104 Applied Mathematics II 4
2 APSC 2105 Applied Physics 4
3 AUTO 2104 Basics of Electrical Engineering 3
4  AUTO 2105 Materials in Automotive Engineering 4
5 AUTO 2106 Applied Thermodynamics 4
6 AUTO 2107 Vehicle Maintenance – Mechanical 3
7 AUTO 2108 Communications Skills -II  
INTERNSHIP-I

(it must be in two-wheeler OR four-wheeler garage)

8
Total Credits:  30
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits
1 AUTO 2201 Computer Programming – I 3
2 AUTO 2202 Vehicle Electronics 4
3 ENGG 2201 Engineering Mechanics 4
4  AUTO 2203 Manufacturing Technology 3
5 AUTO 2204 Fluid Mechanics 3
6 AUTO 2205 Heat and Mass Transfer 4
7 AUTO 2206 Technical Communication 3
Total Credits:  24
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name  Credits
1 APSC 2202 Engineering Mathematics 4
2 AUTO 2207  

Electric Drives and Control Engineering

4
3 AUTO 2208 Computer Aided Modelling 3
4 AUTO 2209 IC Engines 4
5 AUTO 2210 Computer Programming – II 3
6 ENGG 2203 Strength of Materials 3
7 AUTO 2211 General Aptitude – I  
INTERNSHIP-II 8
Total Credits:  29
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits
1 AUTO 2301 Metrology and Quality Control 4
2 AUTO 2302 Automotive Computer Controlled systems 4
3 AUTO 2303 Design of Automotive Elements 4
4 ENGG 2303 Finite Element Method and Analysis 4
5 ENGG 2301 Theory of Mechanism 3
6  

AUTO 2304

AUTO 2305

AUTO 2306

Elective I

a. Automotive Engine Design**                    

b.  Digital Signal Processing

c. Advanced Manufacturing Process**

4
7 AUTO 2307 General Aptitude – II 3
AUDIT COURSE Disaster Management
Total Credits:  26
 
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name  Credits
1 AUTO 2308 Production Planning and Control 4
2 ENGG 2302 Dynamics of Machinery 4
3 ENGG 2304 Hybrid and Electric Vehicle 4
4 AUTO 2309 Vehicle Dynamics 4
5 AUTO 2310 Robotics and Automation 4
6  

AUTO 2311

AUTO 2312

AUTO 2313

Elective II

a. Noise, Vibrations & Harshness

b.  Powertrain Electronics

c. Vehicle Assembly

4
7 AUTO 2314 Entrepreneurship  
INTERNSHIP-II 8
Total Credits:  32
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits
   
1 AUTO 2401 Internship 13
2 AUTO 2402 Open Elective – I 4
Total Credits:  17
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name  Credits
1 AUTO 2403 Automotive Body and Suspension Engineering 4
2 AUTO 2404 Vehicle Integration 4
3 AUTO 2405

 

AUTO 2406

 

ENGG 2401

Elective III

a. Automotive Chassis Design

b. Automotive Instrumentation

c. Industry 4.0

4
4 AUTO 2407 Project 13
5 AUTO 2408 Seminar 2
6 AUTO 2409 Employability Skills 3
Total Credits:  30
SEM I
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits 
1 APSC 2101 Applied Mathematics I 4
2 APSC 2103 Applied Chemistry 4
3 AUTO 2101 Automotive Engineering Fundamentals 3
4 AUTO 2102 Basic Electronics and Instrumentation 3
5 AUTO 2103 Machine Drawing 4
6 IDSC 101 IDSC – I (Communications Skills –I) 3
7 IEVS 100 Environment studies 3
Total Credits:  24
SEM II
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits 
1 APSC 2104 Applied Mathematics II 4
2 APSC 2105 Applied Physics 4
3 AUTO 2104 Basics of Electrical Engineering 3
4  AUTO 2105 Materials in Automotive Engineering 4
5 AUTO 2106 Applied Thermodynamics 4
6 AUTO 2107 Vehicle Maintenance – Mechanical 3
7 AUTO 2108 Communications Skills -II  
INTERNSHIP-I

(it must be in two-wheeler OR four-wheeler garage)

8
Total Credits:  30
SEM III
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits
1 AUTO 2201 Computer Programming – I 3
2 AUTO 2202 Vehicle Electronics 4
3 ENGG 2201 Engineering Mechanics 4
4  AUTO 2203 Manufacturing Technology 3
5 AUTO 2204 Fluid Mechanics 3
6 AUTO 2205 Heat and Mass Transfer 4
7 AUTO 2206 Technical Communication 3
Total Credits:  24
SEM IV
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name  Credits
1 APSC 2202 Engineering Mathematics 4
2 AUTO 2207  

Electric Drives and Control Engineering

4
3 AUTO 2208 Computer Aided Modelling 3
4 AUTO 2209 IC Engines 4
5 AUTO 2210 Computer Programming – II 3
6 ENGG 2203 Strength of Materials 3
7 AUTO 2211 General Aptitude – I  
INTERNSHIP-II 8
Total Credits:  29
SEM V
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits
1 AUTO 2301 Metrology and Quality Control 4
2 AUTO 2302 Automotive Computer Controlled systems 4
3 AUTO 2303 Design of Automotive Elements 4
4 ENGG 2303 Finite Element Method and Analysis 4
5 ENGG 2301 Theory of Mechanism 3
6  

AUTO 2304

AUTO 2305

AUTO 2306

Elective I

a. Automotive Engine Design**                    

b.  Digital Signal Processing

c. Advanced Manufacturing Process**

4
7 AUTO 2307 General Aptitude – II 3
AUDIT COURSE Disaster Management
Total Credits:  26
 
SEM VI
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name  Credits
1 AUTO 2308 Production Planning and Control 4
2 ENGG 2302 Dynamics of Machinery 4
3 ENGG 2304 Hybrid and Electric Vehicle 4
4 AUTO 2309 Vehicle Dynamics 4
5 AUTO 2310 Robotics and Automation 4
6  

AUTO 2311

AUTO 2312

AUTO 2313

Elective II

a. Noise, Vibrations & Harshness

b.  Powertrain Electronics

c. Vehicle Assembly

4
7 AUTO 2314 Entrepreneurship  
INTERNSHIP-II 8
Total Credits:  32
SEM VII
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name Credits
   
1 AUTO 2401 Internship 13
2 AUTO 2402 Open Elective – I 4
Total Credits:  17
SEM VIII
Sr No Subject Code Subject Name  Credits
1 AUTO 2403 Automotive Body and Suspension Engineering 4
2 AUTO 2404 Vehicle Integration 4
3 AUTO 2405

 

AUTO 2406

 

ENGG 2401

Elective III

a. Automotive Chassis Design

b. Automotive Instrumentation

c. Industry 4.0

4
4 AUTO 2407 Project 13
5 AUTO 2408 Seminar 2
6 AUTO 2409 Employability Skills 3
Total Credits:  30