This course is based on the job required to perform by an automobile technician at different related industries and organizations in Nepal and abroad. The Diploma in Automobile Engineering program extends over three years. Each year is divided into two semesters. There are six semesters in total within the period of three years. This curriculum includes the core subjects like physics, chemistry, and mathematics applicable in the field of auto-mechanical engineering. It also includes language subjects like Nepali and English applicable for the communication in the field of automobile. The second year course focuses on the basic disciplinary subjects of Automobile Engineering. Similarly, third year comprises of the disciplinary subjects of Automobile Engineering. It also has provision of elective subjects in the specific areas of automobile engineering. The course structure and the subject wise contents that follow reflect the details of this curriculum. In short, this curriculum guides its implementers to produce competent and highly employable middle level technical workforce in the field of automobile engineering. The contents of individual subjects prescribed in the curriculum are incorporated in the light of “must to know and must to do” principle.
This curriculum has following objectives to:
– Produce middle level competent workforce in the field of automobile engineering.
– Prepare such technicians who are able to work in the automobile sector related local workshop and industrial settings of the country.
– Meet the demand of such technical workforce for the automobile industries of Nepal.
– Reduce the dependence on employing such technicians from foreign countries.
– Prepare technical workforce demonstrating positive attitude and respect for the profession and socio-cultural values.
– Create self-employment opportunities.
First Year ( First Semester)
Engineering Mathematics I
Workshop Technology I (Metal & wood work)
Elements of Electrical Engineering
First Year ( Second Semester)
Engineering Mathematics II
Workshop Technology II (Foundry & Welding)
Second Year ( Third Semester)
Machine Elements and Mechanism
Elements of Engineering Economics
Metrology and Measurement
Second Year ( Fourth Semester)
Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines
Elective (One of the following)
a. Body Shop Repair and Maintenance
b. Motor Cycle Repair & Maintenance
c. Automobile Air Conditioning
d. Automobile Service Management
Third Year ( Fifth Semester)
Computer Graphics (AutoCAD)
Fundamentals of Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Machine Design, Estimating and Costing
Automotive Technology III
Occupational Health and Safety
Third Year ( Sixth Semester)
Automotive Electronics II
SEE with minimum 1.6 GPA
SLC Pass or SEE with minimum second division or 45%
TSLC in Automobile Engineering with minimum 67%.
Should pass entrance examination as administered by CTEVT
On the basis of merit list in the entrance examination administered by CTEVT (allotment of quotas will be as per the CTEVT rule)
Medium of instruction shall be in English and Nepali.