B. Tech Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Electric Vehicle Technology
4 Years Program
The B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Electric Vehicle (EV) Technology is a comprehensive four-year program offered by the Department of Mechanical and Allied Engineering, School of Engineering, IILM University, Greater Noida.
B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in Electric Vehicle Technology, aims to revolutionize the automotive sector by developing expertise in the complicated details of green and sustainable modes of transportation. Program graduates possess advanced skills in the design, development, operation, and improvement of electric vehicle solutions, along with an in-depth understanding of EV powertrains, battery technology, energy management, and charging infrastructure. After completion of the course, students will learn about electric vehicle design and dynamics, advanced battery technologies, and sustainable automotive practices.
Due to government initiatives such as the FAME India Scheme (2015), the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020, state-specific EV policies, the PLI Scheme for Automobile and Auto Component Industry 2020, etc. promoting sustainable transportation. Government is funding EV research and providing tax rebates to promote EVs. Thus, EV industry needs more specialists and professionals as the EV market is booming.
- Introduction to Electric Vehicle Technology
- Automotive Transmission System
- EV and Battery Management System
- Automotive Electrical and Electronics
- Advanced Automobile Technologies
- Modern Automated and Intelligent Electric Vehicles
- Fuel Cell Technology
- EV integration with AI and ML
- Charging infrastructure
*subject to change as per the needs of Industry
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What Make It Different at IILM University, Greater Noida?
- The program is extremely in line with the requirements of the industry. The curriculum is continuously revised to include the most recent developments and trends in the field of electrical vehicles, verifying that students are well-prepared for employment upon their graduation.
- Opportunity to work with the latest tools and technologies in the field.
- The program is taught by a team of experienced and dedicated faculty members who are experts in their respective fields.
- Collaborations with various industry partners such as MOBEC, Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) and academic institutions CSIR, Jamia Milia Islamia. These partnerships facilitate guest lectures, workshops, and internships, giving students exposure to real-world scenarios and networking opportunities.
Candidate must have passed 10+2 level examination or its equivalent from any recognized Board / University; securing minimum 50% (45% for SC/ST/ Reserve candidates) MARKS in required subject combination (two compulsories (Physics & Mathematics) & one optional (Chemistry/ Bio- Technology / Biology / Technical Vocational subject)) taken together. The candidate is essentially required to pass without any grace marks.
At IILM University, the B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Electric Vehicle Technology explores under the evolving world of electric vehicles, integrating engineering concepts with EV expertise. The curriculum starts with an Introduction to Electric Vehicle Technology, which includes electric vehicle design, powertrain technologies, and sustainable mobility. Modern EVs require advanced battery chemistry and energy storage concepts, which Advanced Battery Technologies covers. Students learn about motors and inverters in electric powertrains in Electric Powertrain and Drive Systems. According to worldwide environmental trends, Sustainable Automotive Practices promotes eco-friendly methods. Smart Vehicle Technologies includes autonomous systems & IoT with EVs. IILM University’s industrial collaboration with MOBEC Innovation provide hands-on training. Students have the opportunity to work on projects like the Design, Modelling and Simulation of Proton Exchange Membrane of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Battery Pack, gaining early exposure to EV research and development.
To bridge the gap between academic learning and professional application, IILM University encourages internships. The institution offers internships in several industries through its collaborations. Students in B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering with an Electric Vehicle Technology specialization benefit from MOBEC Innovation’s collaboration. The collaboration allows learners to work on important projects like the Design and Simulation of Proton Exchange Membrane of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Battery Pack, studying about the EV sector. Such internships are targeted to students’ interests and career ambitions, offering relevance and interaction. In addition to practical experience, they teach problem-solving, teamwork, communication, and project management. This approach prepares students completely for their careers.
Electric Vehicle Technology graduates. As the automobile industry shifts toward ecologic and environmentally friendly electric vehicles, existing automotive giants and new green technology startups offer many opportunities. Tesla Motors, Ford, Mahindra Electric, Tata Motors, and BMW are hiring electric car engineers. Siemens & General Electric, which are expanding into green transportation solutions, generate EV infrastructure and energy management technologies. EV Design Engineers create and develop electric vehicles, while Battery Systems Engineers build secure and effective battery systems. Powertrain Specialists optimize electric powertrain performance and economy, whereas Charging Infrastructure Engineers address the increasing need for fast-charging stations. Project management, research and development, and sustainability professions are also common, offering graduates to help decrease carbon emissions and support renewable energy. Mechanical engineering the foundations and electric vehicle technology knowledge educate graduates with modern transportation challenges. Automotive companies, consultancies, research organizations, & government organizations working on transportation policies as well as infrastructure projects benefit from their expertise.
- EV Design Engineers
- Powertrain Specialists
- Project Manager
- Design Engineer
- Software Developer
- Product developer
- R & D Engineer
- Charging Infrastructure Engineers