MECHANIC (MOTOR VEHICLE)

Duration: 27 months (Inclusive of 3 months Industrial Training for eligible candidates– extendable to 6 months)

Entry Qualification: 10th pass minimum for sitting in NCVT exam incase trade gets affiliation-8th pass minimum for Internal Certification & Mark sheet

No. of Seats: 12


Brief course contents

First Semester

 Trade Practical  Trade Theory
  • Practical related to safety and health
  • Practice on General workshop tools & power tools and Equipment
  • Practice on General cleaning,Checking and use of nuts,bolts, studs etc
  • Practice on Arc Welding, Gas Welding & resistance welding
  • Soldering
  • Diagnose Series, parallel,series- parallel circuits using Ohm’s Law
  • Cleaning and topping up of lead acid battery and its testing with hydrometer
  • Identification of Hydraulic and pneumatic component
  •  Basic safety precaution and PPE
  • System of measurement and its conversion
  • Marking scheme and material of hand & power tools
  • Study of fastener  
  • Types of screw, nuts, studs, bolts & locking device
  • Study of different types of cutting tool, drilling and Tapping
  • Limit, fits & Tolerance
  • Drilling Machine
  • Introduction to heat treatment
  • Introduction to metallic and non metallic coating
  • Principles and processes of electroplating, galvanizing, vaccumizing, metal spraying, painting and their application.
  • Description of simple soldering and brazing fluxes used on common joints.
  • Fuses and Circuit breaker, Ballast resistor, stripping wire insulation, cable color codes and sizes Description of chemical effects of batteries & Cell
  • Introduction to Hydraulics;
  • Definition of Pascal law, pressure, Force, viscosity with respect to temperature mechanical 
  • Introduction to Engine – types, classification of vehicle on basis of loads, wheel, fuel etc


Second Semester

 Trade Practical  Trade Theory
  • Identification of different types of Vehicles
  • Identification of parts of diesel engine
  • Overhauling of cylinder head –Diesel Engine
  • Removing valves and its part
  • Overhauling piston andconnecting rod assembly
  • Overhauling of crankshaft
  • Checking of flywheel and mounting flanges
  • Cleaning and checking of cylinder block
  • Measuring of cylinder bore for taper & Ovality
  • Removing cylinder liners from scrap
  • Engine assembling
  • Checking and adjusting
  • Coolant and engine oil
  • Fuel injection Pump –Diesel(FIP)
  • Emission Control Devices
  • Practice of removing Alternator and starter motor
  • Practice on trouble shooting for engine not starting due to mechanical and electrical causes.
  • Introduction to Auto Industry and its development in India, history and leading manufacturer
  • Basics of Diesel engine
  • Description of basic 4 stroke diesel principles and cycle
  • Compression – Ignition engine components
  • Difference between:
    • C.I Engine and S. I Engine
    • 4 stroke and 2 stroke
    • Otto cycle and diesel cycle
  • Engine component description and constructional
  • features of cylinder
  • Cylinder head design, Types of Diesel Combustion chamber
  • Importance of Turbulence
  • Types of valves operating mechanism and its importance
  • Description and function of different types of pistons,piston rings and pins
  • Description & functioning of connecting rod
  • Description and function of crank shaft
  • Description and function of fly wheel and vibration damper
  • Different types of cylinder sleeves (liner)
  • Engine assembly procedure
  • Requirement of cooling system and its properties
  • Lubrication system and its need, function of oil,
  • Viscosity and its grade
  • Description and function of air compressor
  • Description of Air Cleaner
  • Description and Function of Diesel fuel injection
  • Vehicle emission standards
  • Types and source of emission
  • Effects of Hydrocarbon
  • Description of charging and starter motor circuit
  • Trouble shooting causes and remedy for engine not starting due to mechanical and electrical cause


Third Semester

 Trade Practical  Trade Theory
  • Practice on adjusting clutch pedal play removing gearbox and clutch assembly from light & Heavy Vehicle.
  • Practice on Removing open type propeller shaft from vehicle, practice on removing universal joints.
  • Overhauling of steering system and Wheel alignment.
  • Overhauling of suspension system.
  • Overhauling of tyre and Wheel.
  • Overhauling of Brake assembly.
  • Clutch & Manual Transmissions- Clutches clutch principles.
  • Final drive & Drive Shafts- Basic layouts.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Steering system.
  • Wheel alignment.
  • Fundamentals.
  • Suspension systems.
  • Wheel and Tyres
  • Braking systems.

Fourth Semester


 Trade Practical Trade Theory
  •  Identification of petrol Engine components.
  •  Overhauling of petrol engine.
  •  Overhauling of fuel pump,carburettors, fuel.
  •  Filter and air cleaners.
  •  Identification of various components of MPFI system.
  •  Identification of Electronic control Unit.
  •  Identification of various sensors
  • Installed in engine & it’s mounting.
  •  Check and replace ignition
  •  Checking ignition timing, Checking & changing a spark  plug, Removing & replacing contact points.
  •  Checking a charging system for the cause of  undercharge.
  •  Checking testing and adjusting electrical parts.
  •  Air Conditioner and Heater.
  •  Checking a heating system.
  •  Carrying out a visual inspection,
  •  inspecting under body components.
  •  Driving practice.
  • History and development of auto industry in India.
  • Intake & exhaust system.
  • Gasoline Fuel System.
  • Introduction to Electronic fuel injection (EFI)
  • fuel supply system.
  • Identification of EFI engine management – EFI operation.
  • EFI sensors.
  • Ignition principles and Faraday’s laws, Primary and secondary winding of transformer.
  • Description and function of Capacitor/condenser, Distributors.
  • Charging system.
  • Starting system.
  • Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) legislation, Vehicle heating, ventilation & cooling system.
  • Description and function of Fixed orifice,Control devices, Thermostatic expansion
  • valve system, Thermal expansion valves, Airconditioning compressors.
  • Description and function of Air bags, Seatbelt,Vehicle safety systems. 
  • Locating vehicle information, Obtaining & interpreting scan tool data.

 Job Prospects

On successful completion of scheduled two years training students will be able to work as -

  •     Assistant mechanics in transport workshops or PWD
  •     Technicians in Auto based industries
  •     Mechanics/ Technicians in Auto workshops in our settlement community
  •     Drivers for Govt. and Private Firms