Mechanic (Motor Vehicle) is a motor vehicle mechanical vocational trade. In this trade students are taught about skills like servicing, repairing and major overhauling of motor vehicle like Scooter/ Motor Cycle, Cars, Trucks and Buses; maintain all types of vehicles by work of suspensions, transmission, brakes, steering work, basic electrical and electronic work; fault diagnosis in petrol/diesel engines including MPFI engine, engine fitted with turbocharger, engine scanning, car A/C system and different relay operations. Trade is very good from job point of view as it opens many career fields for them at various places.
The main tasks of these technicians are:
The trainee attending the course on ‘Mechanic Motor Vehicle’ shall be able to perform basic fitting , grinding, surface finishing, sheet metal, bending, and welding operations and carry out electrical/electronic, nondestructive, and battery tests, in an automobile workshop. The trainee shall be able to identify the components of petrol engine, check functionality of dashboard gauges and various sensors installed in engine, carryout repairs in the fuel feed system, perform engine tune up, troubleshoot petrol engines, electrical, starting, charging, and AC systems, and overhaul the petrol engine.
Trade Test and Certification:
A) All-India Trade Tests are conducted by the Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development And Entrepreneurship under the aegis of the National Council for Vocational Training in July and January every year for various examinations.
B) National Trade Certificates are awarded to the successful candidates.
C) National Trade certificate is a recognized qualification for recruitment to relevant posts and services in Central/State Government establishments.
Some students opt to go for Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or Diploma in Automobile Engineering studies through JEXPO or VOCLET.
Self Employment Opportunities:
1) Starting own workshop/Service Station
2) Tyre, Tube repair shop.
3) Electrical and Battery repair shop.
Can work as a Mechanic in reputed workshop/Service Centre, Technician in various Automobile Manufacturers, Automobile Auxiliary units and Government Transport corporations. Work as a Driver.There is a lot of demand for machinist in major industries like Ashok Leyland, TVS Motor Co., Carborundum Universal and also various small-scale industries at different industrial estates.
We have signed MOU with Hyundai motors in training and placement of our ITI students. They are directly employed in Hyundai service centers after having successfully passed out.
Our Major recruiters:
|Intake capacity per unit:
|Minimum Age limit:
|24 x 2
The academic session commences from August every year.
Mechanic Motor Vehicle Entry Qualification & Course Durations – ITI
• Passed 10th class examination with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent.
• 2 Year course durations.
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