Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY


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Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF SKILL DEVELOPMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF TRAINING
COMPETENCY BASED CURRICULUM
Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Sector - Automotive

Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology
Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in
Automotive Technology
(Designed in 2019) Version: 1.1
NSQF LEVEL – 6
Qualification Code: DGT/6003
Developed By
Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
Directorate General of Training
CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
EN-81, Sector-V, Salt Lake City, Kolkata – 700 091
www.cstaricalcutta.gov.in

Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The DGT sincerely acknowledges contributions of the Industries, Trade Experts, Domain Experts and all others who contributed in preparation &vetting the curriculum. Special acknowledgement is extended by DGT to the following expert members who had contributed immensely in this curriculum.

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Name & Designation

No.

Sh/Mr./Ms.

Industry/Academic Representative:

1. P. Thangapazham, AGM

2. S. Venkatakrishnan, Dy.Mgr (VSITP )

3. Murugesan.P., Training

DGM –

4. M.Arulmozhivarman, Technical Manager
5. V. Krishanshankar, DGM

6. Atul Chandekar, Divisional Manager, Service Training
7. R. Jayaprasad, Automobile Instructor
8. Dr. R. Subramanian, Prof and Head
9. M.Veerasamy, GM, Service

10. N.Arunkumar, Asst. Manager

11. R.Durai Raj, Asst. Manager DCTC

12. Ramaiah, Senior Manager, Retd.

13. D.Viswanathan, Manager

Senior

14. Shri Dr.K.Annamali, HOD,

Organization
HR Training, Daimler, Chennai Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, Chennai
TVS Training & Services Ltd, Chennai
LansonToyaota, Chennai
Training Ashok Leyland, Chennai Ashok Leyland, Chennai
GTTI-Coimbatore
Department of Automobile Engineering, IRTT,Erode. CARS India Ltd Ashok Leyland, Chennai LansonToyaota, Chennai
Airport Authority of India, Chennai
LansonToyaota, Chennai
Dept Auto Engg, M.I.T, Anna University, Chennai.

Remarks
Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

DGT/MSDE Representative

1. Dinesh Kumar Nijhawan, CFI, DGT/MSDE, New Delhi Director

2. R. Senthilkumar, Director

ATI Chennai

3. M.K.Parial, Joint Director of DGT/MSDE, New Delhi

Chairman
Member Member

Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology

Trg

4. Sandeep Kosaraju, Young DGT/MSDE, New Delhi Professional

Member

5. Madhu Nair, Director I/C

Executive NIMI, Chennai

Member

C.Chandrasekar,

CTI, Chennai

6. Principal/Joint Director of

Training

Member

7. K.Srininvasa Rao, Director of Trg,

Joint NIMI, Chennai

Member

8. S.Mathivanan, Joint Director ATI Chennai of Training

Member

9. Dr.M.Jayaprakasan, Deputy ATI Chennai Director of Training

Member

10. B.Ravi, Deputy Director of ATI Chennai Training

Member

11. C.Yuvaraj, Deputy Director of Section I/C Automotive, ATI Chennai Training

Member

12. R.RajeshKanna,

Training ATI Chennai

Officer- Automotive

Member

13. Ramesh Officer

Kumar,

Training CTI Chennai

Member

Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology
CONTENTS

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Topics Course Information Training System Job Role General Information NSQF Level Compliance Learning Outcome Learning Outcome with Assessment Criteria Syllabus – Professional Skill, Professional Knowledge Syllabus – Employability Skill Annexure I - List of Trade Tools & Equipment Annexure II - Format for Internal Assessment

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Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology
1. COURSE INFORMATION
Introduction: The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship is an apex organization for the
development and coordination of the vocational training in our country. The Ministry conducts the vocational training programmes through the Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS), Apprenticeship Training Scheme (ATS), under the Skill Development Initiative (SDI) Scheme, and Craftsmen Instructor Training Scheme (CITS) to cater the needs of different segments of the Labour market. The Directorate General of Training (DGT) acts as a central agency to advise Government of India in framing the training policy and coordinating vocational training throughout India. The day-today administration of the ITIs rests with the State Governments/ Union Territories.
Skill Diploma Initiative:
In addition to that, the Ministry has planned to start Skill Diploma courses to cater the need of demand raised on a comprehensive workforce requirement, under DGT gamut. The proposed skill diploma holders will be trained more on practical competencies (70% Practical & 30% Theory) rather than more of theoretical knowledge offered in polytechnic/Diploma colleges.
Benefits:
Industry Advantage:
The Ministry of skill Development & Entrepreneurship will provide a pool of automotive engineering technician personnel at shop floor supervisor cum worker level, trained to international bench mark for industry. This will also enable industry to take challenges in the Fabrication product development and manufacturing.
Career for Automotive Engineering Professionals:
The Advanced Diploma (Vocational) offers opportunity for upward career progression for the DGT-NTC certificate holders. There is enormous scope to obtain national and overseas appointment for Advanced Diploma (Vocational) holders starting from the ground level to Automobile engineer.
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Course Particulars:

Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology

In this Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology, the trainee is trained on Five Core modules each of 320 hours duration in first year. Each Core module contains professional skill & professional knowledge. In addition to this, the trainee is entrusted with the project work and extracurricular activities to build up confidence. In second year, there are three electives where trainee has to select any of two elective modules, each module containing 320 hours duration with total duration of 640 hours. The trainee will be trained in Industry for 800 hours (as a part of on-the-job training). There will be a common subject for all Advanced Diploma (Vocational) courses on Employability Skills which will be for 160 hours in second year. The module wise course coverage is categorized as below: -

Core Module 1 (Automotive Engineering - Basics): This subject will focus on trainees toreview the concept of workshop safety, Engineering Drawing, Engineering measurements, Fits and tolerances, strength of material, fluid power engineering, Theoretical Engine cycle, Manufacturing concepts and Industrial Engg, Basics of Electrical and Electronics, Vehicle Nomenclature and customer relationship, this will prepare trainees to apply the basics in servicing of vehicles

Core Module 2 (Automotive Electrical and Electronic System - Diagnosis & Repair):This course will prepare the trainees to enhancement skill level in fast pace of technological change impact in Auto Electrical and Electronic system, the development of hybrid and alternative –fuel cars is just one example, the use of isolation meters and scan tools, leads the trainees in diagnostic skills through troubleshooting and service of ignition, Starter motor, Alternator and battery,soelectronics is a vital part of the training for automotive technicians. Telematics, which is an increasingly important automotive technology, is covered in considerable detail (including the theory of GPS navigation systems).
Core Module 3 (Automotive Engines-Diagnosis & Repair (MPFI & CRDI)): On completion of this module, trainees should be able to equip with diagnostic & repair skills in automotive engines. It details the construction, operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of engine (MPFI and CRDI), diagnosis on four-valve-per-cylinder engines, camshaft timing, variable valve timing, and highperformance engines, including, Superchargers, Turbochargers, hybrid engines and highperformance components, finally this course prepares trainees to service today’s vehicles.
Core Module 4 (Automotive Transmission Diagnosis & Repair): Automotive axle and transmission subject will prepare the trainees with diagnostic & repair skills in Power train module of automatic transmissions, manual transmissions, clutch, drive line and drive axle construction and operation including dual clutch systems, various limited-slip differential designs, six-speed transmissions, continuously variable transmissions (CVT), drivelines for front-wheel drive (FWD) and four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicles

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Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology
Core Module 5 (Automotive Vehicle Controls- Brake, Suspension and Steering Diagnosis & Repair): This Module will make the trainees conversant with concept, techniques and practices in automotive vehicle dynamics and safety. The course will cover the brake system controls. Performing hands-on service and repair tasks, diagnosis and service suspension and steering systems on today's cars, including: run-flat tires, shock absorber mountings, electronic power and four-wheel steering systems, and new wheel alignment procedures.
Elective Module 1 (Automotive Air Conditioning and Climate Control System: Diagnosis and Repair): This subject will prepare the trainees in practical and legislative aspects of vehicle climate control systems. Provide professional skill of current A/C systems, refrigerants and the new possible replacement systems like CO2, and includes unrivalled coverage of electronic and electrical control.
Elective Module 2 (Auto body Repair and Refinishing): Auto body repair and refinishing, is an exciting skill area to apply with millions of vehicles on the road today, there is a strong demand for well-trained collision repair technicians. With today’s high-tech vehicles and varied construction methods and repair techniques, competent collision repair takes well-trained, knowledgeable professionals. This course will prepare the trainees repairing a collision-damaged vehicle and estimation, major body/frame repairs, vehicle frame damage measurement and repair, details refinishing and how to prep and paint the vehicle.
Elective Module 3 (Automotive Two-Wheeler – Diagnosis and repair): This subject will prepare a trainee to take carrier in two-wheeler manufacturing company “fit to work” in the assembly line directly. By the end of the program the trainee s equipped with hands on practical skills, basic theoretical knowledge. This course will develop trainee’s capability of performing sequential jobs independently. The content of the subject covers today basic two-wheeler technology to advanced one as ECM and sensor system
Project work /Working Model (Emphasis should be on Teamwork: Knowing the power of synergy/ collaboration), Work to be assigned in a group (Group of at least 4 trainees) from the starting of the Advanced Diploma (Vocational)programme. The group should demonstrate Planning, Execution, Contribution and application of Learning. They need to submit Project report.
On the Job Training: In this module the trainees will be working/training in the Industry for 800 hours. They work as apprentices/Personnel.
Employability Skills: This module is common for all Advanced Diploma (Vocational) courses and the total period is 160 hours. In this module the trainees will improve
• English literacy such as Pronunciation, functional grammar, reading, writing, speaking and spoken English
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Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology • Learn communication skills, listening skills, motivational training, Facing interviews
and behavioural skills. • Understand concepts of Entrepreneurship, Project preparation and marketing
analysis, Institutions support and Investment Procurement. • Understand on productivity, its benefits, affecting factors, comparison with developed
countries, personal finance management. • Understand Safety, Health and Environment Education - Safety & Health, Occupational
Hazards, Accident & safety, First Aid, Basic Provisions, Ecosystem, Pollution, Energy Conservation, Global warming, Ground Water, Environment. • Understand benefits guaranteed under various acts- Factories Act, Apprenticeship Act, Employees State Insurance Act (ESI), Payment of Wages Act, Employees Provident Fund Act, The Workmen's compensation Act. • Understand Quality Tools: Quality Consciousness, Quality Circles, Quality Management System, Housekeeping.
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Advanced Diploma (Vocational) in Automotive Technology
2. TRAINING SYSTEM
2.1 GENERAL
Directorate General of Training (DGT) under Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship offers a range of Vocational Training courses catering to the need of different sectors of economy/ Labour market. The Vocational Training Programmes are delivered under aegis of Directorate General of Training (DGT). Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS) and Apprenticeship Training Scheme (ATS) are two pioneer programmes of DGT for propagating vocational training. Recently DGT has started Advanced Diploma (Vocational)s for different streams and primarily implemented at DGT field institutes such as NSTIs, FTIs and AHI and planned to expand to State Directorates in future.
Automotive Technology course is very much essential in the current scenario due to a lot of demand in Automotive Sector. The course is for two years duration. In the first year there are five core modules each module is credit base and employable. Each module is of 320 hours and is very much independent. In second year, the trainee will be taking two elective modules out of three electives each of 320 hours and will be doing on the job training in Industry for 800 hours. In addition, the trainees will pick up employability skills for 160 hours. After passing out the training programme, the trainee will be awarded Advanced Diploma (Vocational) by DGT which has worldwide recognition.
Candidates need broadly to demonstrate that they are able to: • Read and interpret technical parameters/ documents, plan and organize work processes, identify necessary materials and tools; • Perform task with due consideration to safety rules, accident prevention regulations and environmental protection stipulations; • Apply professional skill, knowledge & employability skills while performing jobs. • Document the technical parameters related to the task undertaken.
2.2 CAREER PROGRESSION PATHWAYS
• Can pursue higher technical education like BE/B. Tech.
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