M.Tech. E-Mobility

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This course explores new challenges of the future of automobile industries and provides a basic understanding of the working of different storage devices – from a single cell to pack level, different motors used in electric mobility, power electronics and drives, drivetrains, and interfacing knowledge.

The program also includes numerous aspects of electrical charging at the grid level, smart metering, and system integration. To accelerate and adopt electric vehicles in India, Government has launched the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) in 2020 and proposed 100% electric vehicles by the year 2030. NEMMP is the key motivating factor for the M.Tech. program in E-mobility, and the primary goal of this program is to produce skilled and talented manpower required for future automobile industries.

Duration

Duration

2 Years (4 Semesters)

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UPES’ curriculum framework is holistic in its overall structure and yet focuses on the individual need of the student to discover, experience, explore and challenge. Along with the core subject, students have the option to choose from subject-focused specialisations. They are also allowed to choose minor/exploratory subject from other schools at UPES that are: School of Engineering, School of Computer Science, School of Law, School of Business, School of Health Sciences, School of Design, School of Modern Media, and School of Liberal Studies.

Further, based on the multifaceted needs of the global workplace and evolving lifestyles, the curriculum offers Signature and Life-Skills courses through School for Life. To round off this learning experience, students are required to do mandatory internships in the social sector, government/public sector, and industry. The combinations available for students to pick and choose from are endless, ensuring both depth and width of knowledge.

Details

PEO1

Postgraduates will become leading researchers and professionals in E-Mobility, creating and disseminating new knowledge.

PEO2

Students will be able to pursue advanced studies or life-long learning while staying current with technological advances.

PEO3

Postgraduates will display social responsibility, contribute to nation building and evolve as global leaders in their specific domains.

PEO4

Postgraduates will be ethical and professional in their demeanour.

 

PSO1

To develop skills in the field of electric vehicle technology and provide a foundation on computational platforms.

PSO2

To enhance the capability of conducting independent research and entrepreneurship in E-mobility.

After completion, postgraduates can work in the following areas:

  • Electric Vehicle OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers)
  • Automotive Industry: Two-wheeler, three-wheeler, four-wheeler, and heavy vehicles
  • Battery (pack and module) Manufacturing Units
  • BMS Industry (Smart and Cloud based BMS)
  • E-motor Design and Manufacturing Industry
  • Converter and Inverter Industry
  • EV Chargers Industry
  • EV Infrastructure Industry

The curricula for the program have been framed in consultation with industry, academia, alumni, and parents to make the student industry-ready after post-graduation.

SEMESTER I

 

Course Code Course Credits
  E-mobility, Electric, and Hybrid Vehicles 4
  Automotive Technology 4
  Vehicle Dynamics 4
  Power Electronics and Drives 4
  Battery Management System & Charging Infra 4
  Automotive Technology Lab 1
  EV Machine Design 1
  EV Drives 1
  TOTAL 23

 

SEMESTER II

 

Course Code Course Credits
  Intelligent Transportation Systems 4
  Legal Framework (Vehicle Certification, Standards, Policies & Compliances) 4
  Automotive Embedded System 4
  Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning 4
  EV Modelling and Simulation 4
  AI & ML Lab 1
  Automated Embedded Lab 1
  EV Modelling and Simulation Lab 1
  TOTAL 23

 

SEMESTER III

 

Course Code Course Credits
  Project-1 10
  TOTAL 10

 

SEMESTER IV

 

Course Code Course Credits
  Project-2 16
  TOTAL 16

 

We, at the department, believe in experiential teaching and learning and strive to imbibe problem-solving skills and critical thinking in students. The following practices are in place to improve the quality of teaching-learning and student experience:

  • Design and review of individual course plans at the beginning of session
  • Course Completion Report (CCR)
  • Academic planning and monitoring
  • Real-world/Project-based assignments
  • Quality laboratory experience
  • Encouraging advanced learner
  • Slow learners support
  • ICT-enabled classroom (sound system, mic and projector)
  • Guest lectures from industry experts
  • Industry-led courses
  • Certification courses
  • Professional Software Training (PST) and Certification
  • NPTEL lectures
  • Prototype development
  • Use of virtual labs
  • Participation in competitive events (in-house/national/international)
  • Participation in conferences/seminars/workshops (national/international)
  • One-year industry-based project.

1. Minimum 60% marks at Higher and Senior Secondary level (10th and 12th).
2. B. Tech/B.E. in any discipline with minimum 60% marks. GATE/NET qualification will be preferred.

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PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1

Postgraduates will become leading researchers and professionals in E-Mobility, creating and disseminating new knowledge.

PEO2

Students will be able to pursue advanced studies or life-long learning while staying current with technological advances.

PEO3

Postgraduates will display social responsibility, contribute to nation building and evolve as global leaders in their specific domains.

PEO4

Postgraduates will be ethical and professional in their demeanour.

 

PROGRAM-SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

PSO1

To develop skills in the field of electric vehicle technology and provide a foundation on computational platforms.

PSO2

To enhance the capability of conducting independent research and entrepreneurship in E-mobility.

CAREER PROSPECTS

After completion, postgraduates can work in the following areas:

  • Electric Vehicle OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers)
  • Automotive Industry: Two-wheeler, three-wheeler, four-wheeler, and heavy vehicles
  • Battery (pack and module) Manufacturing Units
  • BMS Industry (Smart and Cloud based BMS)
  • E-motor Design and Manufacturing Industry
  • Converter and Inverter Industry
  • EV Chargers Industry
  • EV Infrastructure Industry

The curricula for the program have been framed in consultation with industry, academia, alumni, and parents to make the student industry-ready after post-graduation.

CURRICULUM

SEMESTER I

 

Course Code Course Credits
  E-mobility, Electric, and Hybrid Vehicles 4
  Automotive Technology 4
  Vehicle Dynamics 4
  Power Electronics and Drives 4
  Battery Management System & Charging Infra 4
  Automotive Technology Lab 1
  EV Machine Design 1
  EV Drives 1
  TOTAL 23

 

SEMESTER II

 

Course Code Course Credits
  Intelligent Transportation Systems 4
  Legal Framework (Vehicle Certification, Standards, Policies & Compliances) 4
  Automotive Embedded System 4
  Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning 4
  EV Modelling and Simulation 4
  AI & ML Lab 1
  Automated Embedded Lab 1
  EV Modelling and Simulation Lab 1
  TOTAL 23

 

SEMESTER III

 

Course Code Course Credits
  Project-1 10
  TOTAL 10

 

SEMESTER IV

 

Course Code Course Credits
  Project-2 16
  TOTAL 16

 

INNOVATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING

We, at the department, believe in experiential teaching and learning and strive to imbibe problem-solving skills and critical thinking in students. The following practices are in place to improve the quality of teaching-learning and student experience:

  • Design and review of individual course plans at the beginning of session
  • Course Completion Report (CCR)
  • Academic planning and monitoring
  • Real-world/Project-based assignments
  • Quality laboratory experience
  • Encouraging advanced learner
  • Slow learners support
  • ICT-enabled classroom (sound system, mic and projector)
  • Guest lectures from industry experts
  • Industry-led courses
  • Certification courses
  • Professional Software Training (PST) and Certification
  • NPTEL lectures
  • Prototype development
  • Use of virtual labs
  • Participation in competitive events (in-house/national/international)
  • Participation in conferences/seminars/workshops (national/international)
  • One-year industry-based project.
Eligibility

1. Minimum 60% marks at Higher and Senior Secondary level (10th and 12th).
2. B. Tech/B.E. in any discipline with minimum 60% marks. GATE/NET qualification will be preferred.

Selection Criteria

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