B.Tech Automobile Engineering
B. Tech in Automobile Engineering qualifies you to work in a branch of engineering which 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, electric vehicle and also their respective engineering subsystems.
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.
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 engine and its parts are displayed, thereby helping the student to get familiarized with the vehicles and components, their functions, and location in the automobile assembly.
Semesters 5 & 6 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, Simulink, AutoCAD, CATIA, Ansys are a part of the curriculum. Overall the course is structured has been designed 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.
7th and 8th semester have been kept for Industrial training, project semester, semester exchange program. Internships provide students with numerous perks. They gain experience, develop skills, make connections, strengthen their resumes, learn about a field, and assess their interest and abilities. Providing an internship allows that job to facilitate a positive future. Benefit your small business. The program will give students a broad exposure in the design, development, and testing of automobiles Engineering. 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.
|Automotive Engg (Design and Testing)||Automotive Engg (Manufacturing)||Automotive Engg (Auto Electronics)|
|Semester 1||Semester 1||Semester 1|
|Applied Mathematics I||Applied Mathematics I||Applied Mathematics I|
|Applied Chemistry||Applied Chemistry||Applied Chemistry|
|Applied Thermodynamics||Applied Thermodynamics||Applied Thermodynamics|
|Computer Programming||Computer Programing||Computer Programing|
|Engineering Mechanics||Engineering Mechanics||Engineering Mechanics|
|Engineering Drawing||Engineering Drawing||Engineering Drawing|
|IDSC-I [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-I [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-I [Life Coping Skills]|
|Semester 2||Semester 2||Semester 2|
|Applied Mathematics II||Applied Mathematics II||Applied Mathematics II|
|Applied Physics||Applied Physics||Applied Physics|
|Electrical and Electronics Engineering||Electrical and Electronics Engineering||Electrical and Electronics Engineering|
|Strength of Materials||Strength of Materials||Strength of Materials|
|Material Science and Engineering||Material Science and Engineering||Material Science and Engineering|
|Automotive Engineering Fundamentals||Automotive Engineering Fundamentals||Automotive Engineering Fundamentals|
|Workshop Practice (Lab)||Workshop Practice (Lab)||Workshop Practice (Lab)|
|IDSC-2 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-2 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-2 [Life Coping Skills]|
|Semester 3||Semester 3||Semester 3|
|Applied Mathematics III||Applied Mathematics III||Applied Mathematics III|
|Analog and Digital Electronics||Analog and Digital Electronics||Analog and Digital Electronics|
|Theory of Mechanism||Theory of Mechanism||Theory of Mechanism|
|Manufacturing Technology||Manufacturing Technology||Manufacturing Technology|
|Vehicle Electronics I||Vehicle Electronics I||Vehicle Electronics I|
|Fluid Mechanics||Fluid Mechanics||Fluid Mechanics|
|Matlab and Simulink (Lab)||Matlab and Simulink (Lab)||Matlab and Simulink (Lab)|
|IDSC-3 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-3 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-3 [Life Coping Skills]|
|Semester 4||Semester 4||Semester 4|
|Control Engineering||Control Engineering||Control Engineering|
|Computer Aided Design||Computer Aided Design||Computer Aided Design|
|IC Engines||IC Engines||IC Engines|
|Dynamics of Machinery||Advanced Manufacturing Technology||Microprocessor and Applications|
|Heat and Mass Transfer||Heat and Mass Transfer||Digital Signal Processing|
|Vehicle Electronics II||Vehicle Electronics II||Vehicle Electronics II|
|IDSC-4 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-4 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-4 [Life Coping Skills]|
|Summer Internship||Summer Internship||Summer Internship|
|Semester 5||Semester 5||Semester 5|
|Automotive Engineering||Automotive Engineering||Automotive Engineering|
|Reliability Engineering||Reliability Engineering||Reliability Engineering|
|Robotics and Automation||Robotics and Automation||Robotics and Automation|
|Design of Automotive Element||Design of Automotive Element||Powertrain Electronics|
|Finite Element Method and Analysis||Finite Element Method and Analysis||Automotive Instrumentation|
|Elective I||Elective I||Elective I|
|IDSC-5 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-5 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-5 [Life Coping Skills]|
|Semester 6||Semester 6||Semester 6|
|Auto Product Development||Auto Product Development||Auto Product Development|
|Regulatory Requirements||Regulatory Requirements||Regulatory Requirements|
|Electric Vehicle||Electric Vehicle||Electric Vehicle|
|Vehicle Dynamics||Introduction on Vehicle Assembly||Power Electronics|
|Elective II||Elective II||Elective II|
|Elective III||Elective III||Elective III|
|IDSC-6 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-6 [Life Coping Skills]||IDSC-6 [Life Coping Skills]|
|Semester 7||Semester 7||Semester 7|
|Semester 8||Semester 8||Semester 8|
- State of art labs, Automobile & Manufacturing Engineering workshop will be established to impart practical training to the students. Emphasis will be on lab work, skill training and practicals. The Symbiosis University will set up specialized Automobile Engineering labs with skill training equipment imported from Germany. These specialized skill training kits will enable the students to develop a strong foundation of the basics and build complex applications through extensive practical work and real-life simulations. A Mahindra & Mahindra Service Station on the campus will provide students with the job training through the company.
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Few Seats are reserved for Discretionary Quota Seats. Only students with the high academic record are considered for Discretionary Quota Seats. The fees for Discretionary Quota Seats will be double the Academic fees for Indian Students to be paid to the University.