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Electric Vehicle CADD

Electrical Vehicle CADD

Electric Vehicles (EV) have come as viable and environment-friendly alternatives to vehicles that use fossil fuels and emit polluting gases. Electric vehicles on the other hand use direct electricity for its functioning. Hence, the world is fast adopting EV technology.

CADD Centre is committed to introducing a wide range of comprehensive courses on EV technology covering the entire spectrum – from EV design to charging infrastructure to the maintenance of vehicles – in a phased manner.

  • Course Overview
  • Future of Electric Vehicle Technology
  • Job Titles
  • Entry-level Salary

Currently, CADD Centre offers two courses: EV Technology and Operations. It is a comprehensive primer that gives a conceptual understanding of engineering and sciences related to EV technology. Its modules include:

  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • Propulsion Systems
  • Electric Motors
  • Mechanical Transmission

CADD Centre also offers a Battery Technology and Design course that packs theoretical knowledge as well as practical training in design, simulation, and analysis of all the parts that go into making a complete battery system for electric vehicles. The key modules are:

  • Introduction to Energy System and Batteries
  • Materials used in EV batteries
  • Battery design and manufacturing
  • 3D Modelling of the battery pack using CAD application
  • Packaging and Safety
  • Charge and Discharge Architecture

These courses are ideal for:

  • Diploma / Degree holders in Engineering (any stream)
  • Bachelor’s Degree holders in Chemistry, Physics, Maths
  • Students with exposure to the automobile industry
  • Professionals working in the automobile / IT industry

The courses are taught using high-end software by certified tutors; both classroom & online training is available.

The future vehicles are electric vehicles (EV). The push from India’s National Electric Mobility Mission Plan is expected to put 10 million electric vehicles on Indian roads by 2020 and achieve 30% e-mobility by 2030.

To compete in the future, the industry is investing today in new capacities and competencies. Considering the incredible activity, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship estimates that the EV industry will generate 10 million new, additional jobs within a decade.

Jobs students can look for the following job opportunities:

  • Chemical engineers
  • Electrical engineers
  • Electronics engineers, except computer
  • Industrial engineers
  • Materials engineers
  • Mechanical engineers
  • Mechanical engineering technicians
  • Mechanical drafters
  • Software developers, applications
  • Commercial and industrial designers
  • Chemical engineers
  • Materials engineers
  • Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers
  • Electromechanical equipment assemblers
  • Engine and other machine assemblers
  • Team assemblers
  • Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic
  • Machinists
  • Industrial production managers
  • Mechanics
  • Technicians

Upto Rs 3 lakh per annum (in India)

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