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The Diploma of Automobile Engineering (DAE) program at GE Group of Institutions is a three-year course designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience required to excel in the field of automobile engineering. The program covers a wide range of subjects, including automotive technology, vehicle design, automotive electronics, engine mechanics, chassis systems, and vehicle diagnostics.


  1. Automotive Design and Styling:

    • Specializing in automotive design and styling focuses on the aesthetic and ergonomic aspects of vehicle design.
    • Students learn about design principles, CAD modeling, styling techniques, and prototype development.
  2. Automotive Manufacturing Processes:

    • Specializing in automotive manufacturing processes delves into the methods and technologies used in vehicle production.
    • Students study manufacturing techniques, assembly processes, quality control, and lean manufacturing principles.
  3. Automotive Diagnostics and Testing:

    • Specializing in automotive diagnostics and testing focuses on the diagnosis, troubleshooting, and validation of vehicle systems.
    • Students learn about diagnostic tools, testing procedures, data analysis, and vehicle calibration techniques.
  4. Automotive Safety Engineering:

    • Specializing in automotive safety engineering involves the study of vehicle safety systems, crashworthiness, and occupant protection.
    • Students explore safety standards, crash testing methodologies, accident reconstruction, and injury biomechanics.
  5. Vehicle Aerodynamics:

    • Specializing in vehicle aerodynamics focuses on the study of airflow around vehicles and its impact on performance and efficiency.
    • Students learn about aerodynamic principles, wind tunnel testing, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), and drag reduction techniques.
  6. Advanced Automotive Electronics:

    • Specializing in advanced automotive electronics delves into the design and integration of electronic systems in vehicles.
    • Students study vehicle networking, embedded systems, sensor technologies, autonomous driving systems, and electric vehicle (EV) technologies.
  7. Automotive Powertrain Systems:

    • Specializing in automotive powertrain systems involves the study of engines, transmissions, drivetrains, and propulsion technologies.
    • Students explore engine design, fuel injection systems, hybrid powertrains, transmission technologies, and powertrain optimization.
  8. Vehicle Dynamics and Control:

    • Specializing in vehicle dynamics and control focuses on the analysis and optimization of vehicle handling, stability, and performance.
    • Students learn about suspension design, steering systems, tire dynamics, vehicle stability control, and chassis tuning.
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Program Overview

The Diploma of Automobile Engineering (DAE) program at GE Group of Institutions is a comprehensive three-year course designed to provide students with a solid foundation in automobile engineering principles, practical skills, and industry-relevant knowledge. Here’s an overview of the program:

Duration: The DAE program is a three-year course divided into six semesters. Each semester covers specific subjects and practical training to ensure a well-rounded education in automobile engineering.

Curriculum: Our curriculum is carefully designed to cover a wide range of topics essential for automobile engineers. Subjects include Automotive Technology, Vehicle Dynamics, Engine Mechanics, Automotive Electronics, Chassis Systems, Vehicle Diagnostics, and Automotive Safety. The curriculum balances theoretical knowledge with practical applications, ensuring that students develop a strong understanding of both.

Hands-on Training: Practical training is an integral part of the DAE program. Students have access to well-equipped laboratories and workshops where they can work on automotive systems, components, and vehicles. Laboratory sessions allow students to conduct experiments, diagnose faults, and perform repairs, enhancing their practical skills and understanding of automotive technology.

Industry-Relevant Projects: Throughout the program, students engage in industry-relevant projects that simulate real-world automotive engineering challenges. These projects encourage teamwork, problem-solving, and innovation while providing students with hands-on experience in designing, building, and testing automotive systems.

Faculty Expertise: Our faculty members are experienced engineers, educators, and industry professionals with expertise in various areas of automobile engineering. They bring a wealth of industry experience and academic knowledge to the classroom, providing students with mentorship, guidance, and practical insights into the automotive industry.


The curriculum for the Diploma of Automobile Engineering (DAE) program at GE Group of Institutions is meticulously designed to provide students with a well-rounded education in automobile engineering, covering both theoretical concepts and practical applications. The curriculum is structured to ensure that students develop a strong foundation in core engineering principles while also gaining specialized knowledge in automotive technology. Here’s an overview of the curriculum:

First Year:

  1. Mathematics I
  2. Engineering Drawing
  3. Basic Workshop Practice
  4. Electrical Engineering Fundamentals
  5. Engineering Mechanics
  6. Automobile Engineering Fundamentals
  7. Computer Applications in Engineering

Second Year:

  1. Mathematics II
  2. Strength of Materials
  3. Thermodynamics
  4. Automotive Electrical and Electronics
  5. Automotive Engines
  6. Automotive Chassis and Transmission
  7. Vehicle Dynamics and Suspension Systems

Third Year:

  1. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics
  2. Automotive Systems Design
  3. Automotive Pollution and Control
  4. Automotive Materials and Metallurgy
  5. Vehicle Body Engineering
  6. Automotive Maintenance and Troubleshooting
  7. Project Work and Industrial Training

Electives (Optional):

Students may have the option to choose elective courses based on their interests and career goals. Elective courses may include:

  1. Automotive Design and Styling
  2. Automotive Manufacturing Processes
  3. Automotive Diagnostics and Testing
  4. Automotive Safety Engineering
  5. Vehicle Aerodynamics
  6. Advanced Automotive Electronics

Practical Training:

In addition to theoretical coursework, the DAE program includes hands-on practical training to provide students with real-world experience in automotive engineering. Practical sessions are conducted in well-equipped laboratories and workshops, where students learn to use diagnostic tools, perform maintenance tasks, troubleshoot automotive systems, and conduct experiments.

Industry Projects:

Throughout the program, students work on industry-relevant projects that allow them to apply their knowledge and skills to solve practical engineering problems. These projects often involve collaboration with industry partners, providing students with valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities in the automotive industry.

Internship and Industrial Training:

Students are required to undertake internships and industrial training during their final year of study. This provides them with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in real-world automotive engineering environments, build professional networks, and apply their classroom learning to practical situations.

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