Diploma in Automobile Engineering

Chemical engineering is sometimes called ‘process engineering’ because it involves finding the best sequence of chemical and physical processing operations, and the right operating conditions, to convert raw materials into higher-value products. These products include fuels, plastics, metals, pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs and clean water.

Chemical engineers design, trouble-shoot and manage the large-scale processes that make these everyday products, in a safe, sustainable and cost-effective manner.

The expertise of chemical engineers is essential to the design, operation and management of processes in many industry sectors such as:

  • oil and gas
  • minerals processing and metals
  • petrochemicals, polymers and synthetic fibres
  • bulk chemicals, like cement and fertilisers
  • advanced materials used in the automotive, electronics and aerospace industries
  • pharmaceuticals
  • consumer products, from detergents to cosmetics.



Semester-1
  • Strength of Materials
  • Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
  • Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Manufacturing Methods
  • Mathematics
     
Semester-2
  • Engineering Analysis and Numerical Methods
  • Heat Transfer and Combustion
  • Automotive Petrol Engines
  • Design of Machine Elements
  • Measurements and Instrumentation
Semester-3
  • Design of Mechanical Systems
  • Automotive Diesel Engines
  • Material Science & Technology
  • Power Units and Transmission
  • Automotive Chassis
Semester-4
  • Automotive Electrical Systems & Electronics
  • Vehicle Body Engineering
  • Two and Three Wheelers
  • Automotive Pollution and Control
  • Quality Control & Reliability Engineering
Semester-5
  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • Operations Research and Industrial Management
  • Advanced Manufacturing Technology
  • Ethics in Engineering Profession
  • Engineering Economy & Financial Management
Semester-6
  • Transport Management and Automobile Industry
  • Optimisation for Engineering Design
  • Computer Simulation of I.C Engine Processes
  • Management Information Systems
  • Industry Visit & Viva

Why Civil and Construction Engineering?


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