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B.Tech. (Automobile Engineering)

Why take this course?

Automobile engineers generally tend to specialize in a particular area. The most common areas of specialization include Exhaust Systems, Engines and Structural Designs. No matter what an engineer decides to specialize in, she or he is almost always required to work on all three aspects of the automobile engineering process; research, designing as well as testing. There are millions of vehicles on roads in every corner of the world, and Automobile Engineers are the people responsible for that.

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What will I experience?

  • One will be able to learn to identify the different parts of the automobile
  • Learn the working of various parts like engine, transmission, clutch, brakes
  • Know how the steering and the suspension systems operate
  • Understand the environmental implications of automobile emissions

What opportunities might it lead to?

India is now at the forefront in Automotive Technology with ranking as 6th largest Passenger Vehicle Manufacturer. We aspire to be third largest manufacturer by 2026, as per Automotive Mission Plan (AMP-2026). In coming years, Indian automotive and component industry will be required to design automotive systems and components with proper techniques and analysis. For this, we would require around 65 Million manpowers in the next 10 years. The industry offers many challenging and interesting roles to skilled professionals. Some of the common job roles include:

  • Designing, development and manufacturing of vehicles
  • Creating blueprint of vehicles and its components
  • Maintenance and Service Engineer in automobile workshops, aircraft industries, aviation, marine vessels, and diesel power stations
  • Automobile Technicians
  • Bike Mechanics
  • Diesel Mechanics
  • Car Mechanics
  • Automobile Designer
  • Executive and Managerial Positions

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Technology

Course Commencement

June 2018

Eligibility

Pass in PUC / 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry / Computer Science / Electronics as one of the subjects and obtained at least 60% marks (55% in case of SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together.

B.Tech. Lateral Entry

The candidate should have a diploma or an equivalent qualification from a recognized university or institution (approved by DTE) with 45% marks (40% in case of SC / ST) in the final year examination. They are also required to clear the prescribed subjects as specified by Jain University.

Study Campus

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