Automobile Engineering

Automobile Engineering deals with designing the vehicle, Manufacturing new products/ new vehicle, repairing, servicing vehicles. It is indeed a sub branch of mechanical engineering and also known as automotive engineering or vehicle engineering. It involves studying motor systems, design, technology and many more. The rapid advancement in technology in recent years has ushered in a new era of hi-tech vehicles, making the business environment in the Indian auto industry very conducive. Your prospects as an automobile engineer will be favorable, as the sector is growing at a very fast clip. Automobile engineering field requires a lot of determination, dedication and hard work.

Automobile engineering is one of the most rewarding and promising careers for young aspirants.

List of Courses:-
  • Diploma in Automotive Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Automotive Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Automotive Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering
  • Master of Technology in Automotive Engineering

Basic Eligibility


To pursue an undergraduate course in automotive engineering, candidates should be 10+2 pass with 50% marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics from recognized Board examination.


To pursue a postgraduate course in automotive engineering, candidates should have Bachelor’s degree in automotive engineering / Bachelor in Technology in automotive from recognized University.


Eligibility Criteria for Diploma courses: -

To pursue Diploma course in automotive engineering, candidates should be 10+2 pass in science stream with 50% marks in Physics, Math’s and Chemistry subjects from recognized board examination.

Core Subjects
  • Transmission Principles

  • Engine Electrical systems

  • Circuits and Electronics

  • Engine Principles

  • Power train Systems

  • Automotive Design and Manufacturing

  • Steering and Suspension

  • Fuel and Emission Control Systems

  • Fluid Mechanics

  • Heat Transfer

Job Prospects

Automobile manufacturing industries such as TELCO, L & T, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra & Mahindra, Heldex India, Bajaj Auto and Gabrial employ automotive engineering graduates as Supplier Warranty Recovery Specialist, Underbody Engineer, Senior Production Engineer, Quality Engineer, Mechanical Design Engineer and Driver Instrumentation Engineer.

Automotive engineer jobs need constant up gradation of skills to keep pace with technological advancements. Many of Automotive engineering graduates also join defense services of the country. Some even setup own business venture or take up traditional teaching profession.

Pay package: -

For fresh graduates the average pay package offered ranges in between Rs. 15,000 to Rs20,000 per month. However, the remuneration varies depending on the size of the organizations, profile, qualification and experience, depending on these factors they can earn as much high as Rs. 1,00,000 per month.


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