Foundation Course for GATE– Electrical Engineering

  • Last Update : November 23, 2021
  • English
  • 15 students Per Batch
4.9 (10 Review)
total 30 hours
Who can take this course

This certification course is designed for students and professionals, who are,

  • Automotive enthusiasts with minimum qualification of VIII standard
  • ITI / Diploma / B.E / B.Tech students of any Engineering stream
  • Willing to develop projects in EV mobility
  • Faculties / Teaching professionals
  • Introduction

    Arindam Lahiri, CEO, Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC) said “As the technology-cost curve is becoming steeper, more technologies are finding their way into the automotive sector at present. Be it hybrid technology or electric vehicles, the automotive industry is evolving at a rapid pace. The program’s goal is to train engineering and diploma students to fill the supply deficit of the skilled automotive workforce. The industry has to cope with rapid digitalization to meet the growing demands of our consumers. It is facing a rising skills shortage."

    The government had initiated the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan in the year 2013 to put 6-7 million electric vehicles on Indian roads by 2020 and committing to achieving 30 percent e-mobility in the country by 2030. To achieve this goal India will need to create a skilled and trained workforce that has expertise in design and testing, battery manufacturing and management, sales, services, and infrastructure of electric vehicles.

  • Course Description

  • Course Content
    • Introduction to Electric Vehicle Industry and History of Electric Vehicles

    • Flow chart for Designing an Electric Vehicle

    • Pre-requisite: Mass, Weight, Distance, Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration, Force, Types of friction, Calculating electrical unknowns.

    • Hybrid Electric Vehicle Components

    • Electrical Domain

      • How electric cars work?
      • Assumptions and Design phase
      • Motors: DC Motor, BLDC, Induction motor and PMSM motor
      • EV Batteries, types, calculations and Management systems
      • Controllers
      • Assignment No.1
    • Mechanical Domain

      • Automotive components: Power train, Suspension system and Steering systems
      • Loads: Forces, Mass and Weight distributions
      • Vehicle Dynamics
      • Suspension system and suspension geometry
      • Aerodynamics
      • Assignment No.2
    • Fundamentals of Data Analytics

    • Practical demonstration of E-bike

    • Project Development (Do It Yourself) and Certification Exam

    • Expert talk from Industries and Future study,

  • Job Opportunities in EV market

    A quick glance at job postings from various electric vehicle companies shows that they are looking for skilled engineers capable in a variety of domains for job profiles in EV safety, Software, Motor Calibration in vehicles, Power Electronics, Mechanical design, etc.,

    Field of Engineering Job Nature
    Electrical Engineering Working on motors, Quality Control, Testing of Battery packs, EV charging solutions, etc.
    Mechanical Engineering Thermal systems, Vehicle parts design and Manufacturing
    Computer Science and Engineering Developing algorithms for Battery Management systems (BMS), Making IoT modules for sharing real-time data generated by EV, Using AI to improve the efficiency of BMS
    Chemical Engineering Manufacturing of Lithium, ion cells, Manufacturing / Assembly of Battery Packs, Recycling of Batteries
    Electronics and Communication Engineering Developing firmware for Battery Management system, Developing Infotainment system, Manufacturing and installing sensors in the vehicle, etc.
    Mechatronics Engineering Vehicle design, Robotics for parts assembly, Powertrain component development.
Duration 30 Working days @ 1Hr.30min per day (Mon. to Sat.))
15 Sundays @ 3Hrs
Number of Students 15 students per batch (for individual attention)
Mode of Training Offline
Timing 7.00 p.m to 8.30 p.m (From Monday to Saturday)
10.00 a.m to 1 p.m (on Sunday)


Course fees reduction will be provided for a group of 5 students from the same school / college / organisation.

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