DIYguru is Skill partner for NITI Aayog Electric Vehicle Mobility Vision 2030 and has prepared a one-of a-kind Electric Vehicle Certification Course of 30 Days in partnership with E-Mobility companies providing you with online courses and Hands-on Workshops. Such extensive coursework is A FIRST IN INDIA.
Most automobile companies are vowing to switch to electric, a cleaner, and sustainable alternative. An ‘electric’ revolution is coming to automobile sector in India. But, the industry is facing a shortage of talented, aptly skilled engineers needed for the transition to electric drives as the primary source of motive power. Help fill that gap and gain an edge with DIYguru’s Hybrid and Electric Vehicle (H.EV.) curriculum. The electric vehicle online course provides advanced knowledge and hands-on, in design, analysis, control, calibration, and operating characteristics of H.EVs. Students and Professionals can integrate any number of these industry-ready certified courses into your skill-set.
Transport is essential to modern living. It drives economic growth, allowing countries to trade goods and communities to connect with one another. We are innovating to help people and goods move around an ever more crowded world more cleanly and efficiently.
Advances in mobility over the past century have helped to drive global economic growth, transforming countries and lives. Now, fast-growing populations and emerging economies are boosting demand.
And global trends such as urbanisation and internet connectivity are transforming the way people and products move around the world. By 2050, the number of people living in cities could double as the world population passes 9 billion, and the number of cars could double from 1 billion today.
There is a need to improve fuel efficiency and air quality by reducing emissions; both local emissions that cause air pollution in our towns and cities and the carbon dioxide (CO2) that contributes to global climate change. We see a mosaic of fuels and engines developing: some will be suited to short journeys within urban areas, while others could be better for longer journeys between cities.
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For electric vehicles, materials scientists are needed. “It’s clear we have to understand the chemicals in the battery to develop better batteries and extend the range of the vehicle,”
“Two years ago, clients were more selective about having automotive experience. But now there are opportunities for those who’ve worked outside the sector. People are coming in from communications, and other safety-critical areas such as rail and aerospace. There’s a lot of crossover. It’s a bright outlook: a vacancy-heavy, skills-short market.”
Unless you are living under a rock, by this time it is known that petrol and diesel vehicles are not a part of the foreseeable future. Pollution is way over tolerance, fossil fuel prices are through the roof and we must do something about climate change. (Yes folks! It is real). After more than a century of peddling vehicles that pollute, automobile manufacturers are making a transition to cleaner alternatives.
Globally, the electric car stock is projected to reach 20 million by 2020 and 70 million by 2025. India itself is estimated to see 30.81 million electric vehicles sales by 2040. . As industry slowly shifts to electric alternatives, a surge in demand for skilled engineers and workers is inevitable. India is estimated to have more than 30.81 million electric vehicles sales by 2040. By 2022, the world-wide electric vehicle value chain will likely be greater than $250 billion (Source: World Bank Study). In a plan issued in May, 2017, titled “India Leaps Ahead: Transformative Mobility Solutions for All,” the government think tank, National Institution for Transforming India sets a target date of 2030 to end sales of new cars with combustion engines
Having the right skills is crucial to be a part of this transition. Henceteam DIYguru has prepared a one-of a-kind Electric vehicle certification with online courses and Hands-on Workshops. Such extensive coursework is A FIRST IN INDIA
Who Can Participate?
Automotive enthusiasts (No academic qualification mandatory)
Engineers interested in pursuing further studies on the part-time or full-time basis in Automotive, Electrical, Electronics, and Mechanics sector.
COURSE KEY HIGHLIGHTS
Chassis Design | Suspension and Braking | e-Powertrain | Charging Circuit | Ergonomics | Electric Safety and Standards | Troubleshooting | Testing overall | Career Counselling
Industry Scenario :
This program follows the practical approach of learning (PLA model) to educate and offer cutting edge training to prepare engineers for the future industry workforce demand due to the emerging dynamic technological shift.
Here is a look at what each of the aspirants are doing in the field of electric cars that has got everyone talking.
Ever since the clarion call given by the Modi government to electrify all cars by 2030, manufacturers have gone into overdrive to prepare for the impending new normal. These include setting up of battery manufacturing plants, investing in setting up charging stations, investment in product and component development. Here is a look at what each of the aspirants are doing in the field of electric cars that has got everyone talking.
No concrete details available about the company’s plan but work has already started on building electric vehicles. It hopes to launch these vehicles based on ‘customer preferences’. Additionally, parent company Suzuki Motor Corporation is setting up a Rs 1,200 crore lithium ion battery plant in Gujarat in association with Denso and Toshiba Corporation.
Perhaps before by the end of this year Tata Motors will have launched the electric version of its largest-selling car Tiago. More such experiments are underway including an electric version of the Nano. Electric Tata buses are already under trials and are tested by some state transport undertakings.
M&M is the only company to have commercially launched fully electric cars in the Indian market. These started with a compact four-seater e2o and later graduated to e-Verito. Later, electric versions of Supro and a three-wheeler were launched.
The company which glamourised EVs on the world stage Caris considering building an electric car factory in India. The US-based company headed by billionaire Elon Musk wants to develop India as a counter challenge to China, which is the battery producing capital of the world. Last year, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari visited Tesla facility in San Francisco and invited Musk to set up a factory in India.
EV00 : Welcome
EV01 : Intro to Electric Vehicle
EV0101 – Flow Chart of Course
History of Electric Vehicle
EV02 : The End and the Beginning of Electric Era!
EV03 : Electric Revolution
Role of EVs in the energy transition
Are Mass and Weight the same thing?
Distance & Displacement Explained
Uniform & Non Uniform Motion
What is Velocity
What is Acceleration
What is Force Part – 1
What is Force Part 2
What is Friction?
What is Rolling Friction?
Factors Affecting Friction
Converting Between English and Metric Units
Calculating the Electrical Unknowns of a DC Series Circuit
Calculating the Electrical Unknowns of a DC Parallel Circuit
Explaining the Relationship of an Electromagnetic Field
Analyzing Time-Series Data for Distance, Speed, and Acceleration
I spent at least 2 hours daily working on the course and this course week took me a month to complete. The problem sets are designed in such a way that one is forced to read and do further research to accomplish them.
The course helped me channelize my time and effort. Since a large number of contents were available online, this particular course substantially increased my productivity by providing a , much needed, reference.