RATIONALE The knowledge of this subject is required of all diploma holders who wish to choose industry/field as this career. This course is designed to develop understanding of various functions of management, role of workers and engineers and providing knowledge about safety and labour, industrial laws and management in different areas. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Principles of Management    Management, different functions of management: Planning, organizing, coordination and control. Structure of an industrial organization. Functions of different departments. Relationship between individual departments.


Human and Industrial Relations            Human relations and performance in organization. Understand self and others for effective behaviour. Behaviour modification techniques. Industrial relations and disputes. Relations with subordinates, peers and superiors. Characteristics of group behaviour and trade unionism. Mob psychology Grievance, handling of grievances. Agitations, strikes, lockouts, picketting and gherao Labour welfare. Workers’ participation in management.

3. Professional Ethics     Concept of ethics. Concept of professionalism. Need for professional ethics. Code of professional ethics.


1948. Labour Welfare schemes. Training strategies and methods 7. rewards.  4.   9. Job satisfaction and job enrichment. Sales Tax. Methods for improving motivation. Staff development and career development. Income Tax. Various types of Taxes-Production Tax. Functions of a leader. Labour. promotion. pay. Workmen Compensation Act 1923. 5. Accidents and Safety 2 . Payment of Wages Act 1936. 6. Wage Payment   Introduction Classification of wage payment scheme. Leadership     Need for leadership. Incentives. Provident Fund Act. Manager as a leader. Industrial and Tax Laws    Importance and necessity of industrial legislation. Local Tax. Types of labour laws and disputes. Typical problems of professional engineers. 8. Industrial Dispute Act 1947. Human Resource Development    Introduction. Excise Duty. Employee’ State Insurance Act. Brief description of the following Acts: The Factory Act 1948. Professional bodies and their role. Motivation      Factors determining motivation Characteristics of motivation. Factors for accomplishing effective leadership.

Cost Elements of Cost. Safety procedures. Safety stock. Journal. Industrial Engineering and Management by TR Banga. Marketing and Sales Sellers and Buyers markets. Balance Sheet. monopoly. temporary. Economic ordering quantity. perfect competition. Classification of accidents. Safety measures-Do’s and don’ts & good housekeeping (5S). 13. fork trucks. Re-order. inventory control model. Project appraisal. Hoist.         10. Contribution. various management techniques for control of environmental pollution. road accident. 12. solid waste and noise. according to nature of injuries i. return on investments. trucks. Accidents-prone workers. Sales. 3 . fatal. Materials Management Material in industry. Market conditions. OP Harkut. Stores equipment. Interpretation of Statements. water. Ration Analysis. Break even analysis. Cranes. Industrial Engineering and Management by OP Khanna. according to event and according to place. Safety measures during executions of Electrical Engineering works. ABC Analysis. Safety consciousness & publicity. Profit and Loss Account. fires and erection and construction accidents. 2. Effects of accidents. oligraphy. 3. 11. Environmental Management Basics of environmental pollution. Recommended Books : 1. Stores records. Budgets. Delhi. Material handling. Manual lifting. Industrial Management by VK Sharma. Action to be taken in case of accident with machines. conveyors. various control acts for air. purchase records. level. Causes of accidents-psychological. Pricing Policies. Dhanpat Rai Publications. physiological and other industrial hazards. Financial Management Important. purchasing procedures. ledger. Cardex. Marketing. Project financing. electric shock. Bin card.e.

Thakur Kailash. Bhandari. 6. Sharma BR. Nem Chand and Brothers. Prentice Hall of India.M. 5. 7. 8. New Delhi. Environmental and Pollution Awareness: Satya Prakashan. 9. Industrial Organisation and Management by Tara Chand. Marketing Management by Philip Kotler. Handbook of Small Scale Industry by P. New Delhi Principles of Management by Philip Kotler. Roorkee 4 . TEE Publication. Environment Protection Law & Policy in India: Deep & Deep Publication. New Delhi.4.

VI 090262 .TRACTORS AND EARTH MOVING MACHINERY RATIONALE Diploma holders in Automobile Engineering may have to deal with repair and maintenance of tractors and earth moving machinery. Hydraulic System Functions of hydraulic system. tread design. Tractor Wheels and Tyres Salient features of wheels. tyres and wheel base/wheel tracks. types of engine used. tractor stability and weight distribution 2. applications of tractors. 3. main tractor assemblies. Prominent make of Indian – Tractors. Selection criteria. Supplementary System Power take off shaft. brakes and steering of Indian tractors. belt pull traction control unit. Basics trends in tractor design. Tractor Classification of tractors. 4. power requirement. power transmission. forces acting on a tractor on move. draw bar working. 5. Specifications of wheels and tyres. three point linkages. integral hitch system. effect of tyre inflation. This subject provides knowledge about such vehicles and equipment DETAILED CONTENTS 1. parallel pull and rolling resistance. clutch. Tractor Chassis Salient features of engine. draft control system. differential lock. final drive. maintenance and operation of tractors. dual versus tendum tyres. functions of farm tractors. Position control and Mixed control. 5 . human factor in tractor design. classification of hydraulic controls for hitches. hydraulic components. method of attaching implements.0902 – DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING SEMESTER .

6 . 3. New Delhi. Recommended Books : 1.6. Earth Moving Machinery Description and working principles of:      Bull Dozer Leveller Front end loader Cranes Scrapper 7. Asia Publishing House. Tractors and Agriculture Equipment by Jain and Roy. 2. Dhapat Rai and Sons. Repair and Maintenance Faults and their rectification in tractor and maintenance of tractor. Manual of Tractors by J Konard. Farm Machines and Equipment by CP Nakra.

Driving  Principle of Driving 7 . application for various uses Traffic offences.comprehensive and third party insurance Procedure to get Accidental claim and compensation. Motor Vehicle Act Motor Vehicle Act . Requisites and formalities for following:      2. Licensing of drivers and conductors of motor vehicles Registration of old and new vehicles Private and commercial vehicle control of transport vehicles Transfer of vehicle .MOTOR VEHICLE ACT AND TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT RATIONALE A diploma holder in Automobile Engineering is supposed to have knowledge about significance of vehicle accident. accidental vehicle claim procedure from insurance company and about Motor Vehicle Act. essentials and appropriate practices covering Motor Vehicle Act.Main Provisions :Salient features of Motor Vehicle Act. Surveyor duties. DETAILED CONTENTS 1.Local and State to State Different forms. Therefore.0902 – DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING SEMESTER . Insurance of Vehicles       Meaning of Insurance and its necessity Different types . provisions in the act. applications Permit consideration for transport and public service 3. penalties and procedures Inspection and Fitness of Vehicle Fitness of vehicle -meaning and purpose. it is essential to teach them Motor basic principles. knowledge of transport management systems and techniques would also be an asset to him. Relations between company and surveyor Duties of driver in case of accident and injury to a person 4.VI 090263 . Besides.

Dutie s of Drivers.purpose. Analysis of Accident. and prevention of Road Accident. management of fleet. Causes. Training of Drivers and Mechanics. Duties of Helper towards safety of vehicles/passengers/goods and self 6.      5. Maintenance of logbook. night. Organization. Duties of conductor. theory of fares/freight Roadworthiness requirement. General layout of modern service station. Pollution Control     Different contents of exhaust gas Prescribed standards for pollution Control of pollution Fuel efficiency 7. Recommended Books : 8 . Different types of cards and their use in maintaining service station records. like hilly area. Spare parts section and dealership service section.Service station and its functions. Driving procedure Driving precautions Driving in abnormal conditions. Taxation – Structure and formalities relating to calculating and paying the relevant taxes. Economy of replacement. fog. Accounts and books. Transport Management History of transport with special reference to road transport in India Modes of Road transport. importance and requirements Different types of driving licenses Procedure to get driving license Road Safety     Road Signs/signals Traffic rules Imposition of Penalties for violation of rules Act and Articles. Assessment of used vehicles for sale and purchase. History sheet. Structure of fleet organization. heavy traffic and rain Driving License . State transport optimum utilization of fleet.

3. New York by WJ Hudson and James'. Satish Bahadur. 4. State Motor Vehicle Rules. 6. Ronald Press Company. 5. 9 . Transport in Modern'India by KP Bhatnagar. Motor Vehicle Act with Rules by B. DN Aggarwal and SC Gupta. Motor Vehicle Act of India (with Latest Amendment). 2.S. Motor Transportation: Principles and Practices Constantin.1. Kohli. III' and IV by Central Institute of Road Transport Pune. Transport Management Vol.

2 2. Based on the broad competencies listed above.VI 090264 . entrepreneurial support system.7 How to start a small scale industry Procedures for registration of small scale industry List of items reserved for exclusive manufacture in small scale industry Assessment of demand and supply in potential areas of growth Understanding business opportunity Considerations in product selection Data collection for setting up small ventures 10 .2 1.3 (2) Concept/Meaning Need Competencies/qualities of an entrepreneur Entrepreneurial Support System 2.6 3. Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI).4 3.1 1.3 2.ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT RATIONALE Entrepreneurship Development and Management is one of the core competencies of technical human resource.4 District Industry Centres (DICs) Commercial Banks State Financial Corporations Small Industries Service Institutes (SISIs).1 2. opportunity identification.2 3.0902 – DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING SEMESTER . following detailed contents are arrived to develop the stated competencies. DETAILED CONTENTS (1) Entrepreneurship 1. project report preparation and understanding of legal and managerial aspects can be helpful in motivating technical/ vocational stream students to start their own small scale business/enterprise.1 3. National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) and other relevant institutions/organizations at State level (3) Market Survey and Opportunity Identification (Business Planning) (6 hrs) 3. Creating awareness regarding entrepreneurial traits.3 3. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).5 3.

water and noise pollution standards and control Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs) for safety at work places (8) Miscellaneous 8. Job Satisfaction Leadership Labour Welfare Workers participation in management Recommended Books : 1. Panchkula (Haryana) Entrepreneurship Development by CB Gupta and P Srinivasan. Sales Tax. functions of management viz planning.2 Elementary knowledge of Income Tax.4 Concept of ecology and environment Factors contributing to Air.5 8.6 8.(4) Project Report Preparation 4.1 6. Sultan Chand and Sons.1 4.3 8. Excise Rules Factory Act and Payment of Wages Act (7) Environmental considerations 7.1 8.3 5.7 Human relations and performance in organization Industrial Relations and Disputes Relations with subordinates. Patent Rules. Operational Aspects of Production Inventory Management Basic principles of financial management Marketing Techniques Personnel Management Importance of Communication in business (6) Legal Aspects of Small Business 6.2 7.2 5.4 5. New Delhi 11 .5 5. Water. Noise pollution Air.2 4. 2.4 8.1 5. peers and superiors Motivation – Incentives. Rewards.3 7.1 7. Aapga Publications.7 Principles of Management (Definition. coordination and control. A Handbook of Entrepreneurship. Edited by BS Rathore and Dr JS Saini.6 5.2 8. organisation.3 Preliminary Project Report Techno-Economic feasibility report Project Viability (5) Managerial Aspects of Small Business 5.

New Delhi Handbook of Small Scale Industry by PM Bhandari Marketing Management by Philip Kotler. Environmental Engineering and Management by Suresh K Dhamija. Environmental Protection Law and policy in India: Deep and Deep Publications. 6. New Delhi Total Quality Management by Dr DD Sharma.3. Prentice Hall of India. 5. 4. 7. Sultan Chand and Sons. SK Kataria and Sons. 8. New Delhi Environmental and Pollution Awareness by Sharma BR. New Delhi. New Delhi Thakur Kailash. 9. Principles of Management by Philip Kotler TEE Publication 12 . Satya Prakashan.

Big– end bearings and crank shaft bearings. 13.Measuring of bore for wear and ovality. starter turns the engine but engine doesn’t start. Hence this sub ject. lack of power.FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND DRIVING PRACTICE RATIONALE A diploma holder in Automobile Engineering should have reasonable practice on fault diagnosis with the help of latest machines like engine analyzer etc. 10. valve parts. use of engine analyzer. engine noises and knocks. measuring bearing clearances by gauges. 7. Stress has also to be laid on the use of exhaust gas analyzer and other machines for the maintenance of automotive. Emission test using smoke meter (Diesel). high oil consumption. 8. seat reconditioning lapping testing. engine produces black and white smoke. piston crown. replacing of piston and piston rings. 11. Engine out put and efficiency. Inspection of crank shaft – bearing replacement and setting of journal bearing. Emission test using exhausts gas analyzer (Petrol).removing carbon deposits from engine combustion chamber.VI 090265 .0902 – DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING SEMESTER . high fuel consumption. replacing worn out parts and tappet adjustment. engine fires but dies out. List Of Practicals : 1 -6 Trouble Shooting of Engine: Diagnosing and rectifying the following troubles Engine overheating. Student should also be proficient in driving and in maintenance of vehicle. servicing the cylinder bore. engine misfire. decarbonising of engine . 14. Valve servicing : Refacing. Reconditioning of engines . Decarbonising brushes and tools. 12. 9. Engine testing and find out fuel consumption. poor acceleration. 13 .

checking and replacement of defective springs. Aligning of connecting rod. 17. Setting and grinding of camshaft journa ls. telescopic gauge. tappet and rocker arm and adjusting valve tappets. 22. 16. The students may be taken to a service industry. valve guides. use of direct reading micrometer. Driving Practice on the road to gain proficiency in driving. measuring ovality and taper of cylinder bore. inside micrometer. Tyre retreading. Practice in bending and nipple forming of fuel pipes. Heat treatment of crankshaft. Surfacing of cylinder heads. 20. Servicing of valves and valve mechanism – Replacement of valves. 18. valve seats. measuring of ovality and taperness of journals and crank pins. 21. 29. Practice on honing cylinder blocks. Recommended Books : 14 . 31. 26. Overhauling of wheel and axles. cylinder blocks and manifolds on cylinder head refacing machine. 30. Practice in fitting cylinder liners – sleeving and desleeving. 19. 28. skimming the brake drum. 23. measuring ovality. Demonstration of crankshaft metal sapraying and grinding. 24. 25. Bleeding of brakes. Visit to tractor workshop is must at least for two days. crack detection and demagnetising. 50% of the time should be given to driving. 27. Practice for piston ring removal. Practice on cylinder boring machine. Practice in nozzle grinding and lapping. using cylinder dial gauge. setting of injection pressure and nature of spray. Practice in brake drum turning. Overhauling of power brakes. refacing of valves.15. keeping allowance of clearances.

Satya Prakashan. Kirpal Singh. New Rajinder Nagar. Standard Publisher. New Delhi. R-686. Dialogue. Delhi.1. Geneva. Automobile Engineering by Dr. 3. Gupta.B. Maintenance and Repair of Motor Vehicle by H. Automobile Engineering by Sh. R.O. 15 . 2. New Delhi.

VI 090266. they would like to execute. Project work. Selection of project assignment Planning and execution of considerations Quality of performance Providing solution of the problems or production of final product 16 . students should be asked to identify the type of project work. It is also essential that the faculty of the respective department may have a brainstorming session to identify suitable project assignments. therefore. For this purpose. There should not be more than 3 students if the project work is given for a group. The project work identified in collaboration with industry may be preferred. Projects related to repair and maintenance of automobiles Projects related to increasing productivity Projects related to quality assurance Projects related to estimation and economics of production Projects connected with repair and maintenance of plant and equipment Projects related to identification of raw material thereby reducing the wastage Any other related problems of interest of host industry.PROJECT WORK Project work aims at developing skills in the students whereby they apply the totality of knowledge and skills gained through the course in the solution of particular problem or undertaking a project. should match the strengths of students.No. A suggestive criteria for assessing student performance by the external (personnel from industry) and internal (teacher) examiner is given in table below : S. The students should identify or given project assignment at least two to three months in advance.0902 – DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING SEMESTER . Each teacher is expected to guide the project work of 5-6 students. marks 10 10 20 20 Rating Scale Excellent 10 10 20 20 Very good 8 8 16 16 Good 6 6 12 12 Fair 4 4 8 8 Poor 2 2 4 4 1. The students have various aptitudes and strengths. Performance criteria Max. The project assignment can be individual assignment or a group assignment. 2. 4. 3.

students must get “Overall Good grade” failing which the students may be given one more chance of undergoing 8 -10 weeks of project oriented professional training in the same industry and re-evaluated befo re being disqualified and declared “not eligible to receive diploma ”. It would be better if specific nearby industries are approached for instituting such awards. The internal and external examiners will evaluate students separately and give marks as per the study and evaluation scheme of examination.5. The external examiner. 2. 9. preferably. 17 . This criteria must be followed by the internal and external examiner and they should see the daily. weekly and monthly reports while awarding marks as per the above criteria. 3. It is also important to note that the students must get more than six “goods” or above “good” grade in different performance criteria items in order to get “Overall Good” grade. 8. 6. Sense of responsibility Self expression/ communication skills Interpersonal skills/human relations Report writing skills Viva voce Total 10 5 5 10 10 100 10 5 5 10 10 100 8 4 4 8 8 80 6 3 3 6 6 60 4 2 2 4 4 40 2 1 1 2 2 20 The overall grading of the practical training shall be made as per following table In order to qualify for the diploma. It is also proposed that two students or two projects which are rated best be given merit certificate at the time of annual day of the institute. should evaluate the students performance as per the above criteria. who has been associated with the projectoriented professional training of the students. Important Notes : 1. 7. 4. The criteria for evaluation of the students have been worked out for maximum marks. a person from industry/organization.

It is also proposed that two students or two projects which are rated best be given merit certificate at the time of annual day of the institute. 18 . It is proposed that the institute may organize an annual exhibition of the project work done by the students and invite leading Industrial organisations in such an exhibition. It would be better if specific industries are approached for instituting such awards.The teachers are free to evolve another criteria of assessment. depending upon the type of project work.

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