MECHANIC MOTOR VEHICLE 2nd year WEEK WISE NSQF SYLLABUS (SPILT UP)

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WEEK. NO. 08

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :- Plan & perform maintenance, diagnosis and servicing of Vehicle Control System. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N9437)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 245  Hrs; Professional Knowledge  62  Hrs  (for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Steering Systems: – Description and function of Steering systems,
    • Principles of steering, Rack-and-pinion steering system,
    • Recirculation ball & nut steering system,
    • Four-wheel steering systems, collapsible steering system.
    • Steering boxes & columns
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Following practical to be Practiced On Light & Heavy Vehicle:
  • 99. Practice on removing the drop arm, Check and adjust the turning angle, align the drop arm and steering wheel with the front wheel. Check and correct toe-in. (08 Hrs)
  • 100. Practice on removing steering wheel, steering gearbox. (09 Hrs)
  • 101. Inspect and overhaul steering boxes, adjusting steering gear backlash, pre-load and adjust toe-in, toe-out, camber angle, castor angle, kingpin inclination and wheel run out. (08 Hrs)

WEEK. NO. 09

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :- Plan & perform maintenance, diagnosis and servicing of Vehicle Control System. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N9437)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 245  Hrs; Professional Knowledge  62  Hrs  (for above learning out come)
  1. TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
      • Description and function of Steering columns, Rack-and-pinion gearbox, Helix, Variable ratio steering, Worm gearbox, Power Assisted steering, Steering process, Flow-control valve, Electric power assisted steering, Basic electric power steering operation
      • Steering arms & components- Forward control vehicle steering, Steering linkages,
        Joints, Bushes/bushings
      • Wheel alignment fundamentals:- Basic principles of wheel alignment, wheel base, wheel track, king pin inclination, Caster, Camber, Scrub radius, Toe-in & toe out, Toe-out on turns, Turning radius, Thrust angle &centrelines.
    TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
    • 102. Check &top up power steering fluid, (5 Hrs)
    • 103. Carryout Pressure testing a power steering system, Flushing a power steering system, (10 Hrs)
    • 104. Carryout Inspecting & adjusting an engine drive belt, (5 Hrs)
    • 105. Carryout Servicing a steering system, (08 Hrs)
    • 106. Practice servicing wheel bearings. (07 Hrs)
    • 107. Perform Troubleshooting- Causes and remedy for abnormal wear of tyre, wheel wobbling, poor self centring, hard steering, and vehicle pulling to one side. (5 Hrs)

WEEK. NO.  10  &  11

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :- Plan & perform maintenance, diagnosis and servicing of Vehicle Control System. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N9437)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 245  Hrs; Professional Knowledge  62  Hrs  (for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Suspension Systems:- Principles of suspension, Suspension force, Unsprung  weight, Wheel unit location, Dampening. Types of suspension-Suspension systems, Solid axle, Dead axle,
    • Description, function and advantages of non independent suspension Independent suspension, Rear independent suspension, Rear-wheel drive independent suspension, electronically controlled air suspension (ECAS), Adaptive air suspension operation.
    • Types of springs – Description and function of Coil springs, Leaf springs, Torsion bars, Rubber springs.
    • Shock absorber types- Description and function of Hydraulic shock absorbers, Gas-pressurized shock absorbers, Load-adjustable shock absorbers, Manual adjustable-rate shock absorbers, Electronic adjustable-rate shock absorbers, Automatic load-adjustable shock absorbers
    • Front suspension types & components- Mc person Strut suspension, Short/long arm suspension, Torsion bar suspension
    • Rear suspension types & components-Rigid axle leaf spring suspension, Rigid axle coilspring suspension, Independent type suspension, Rigid non-drive suspension.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Following practical to be Practiced On Light & Heavy Vehicle :
  • 108. Practice on visual Inspection of chassis frame for crack, bent and twists. (10 Hrs)
  • 109. Carryout Overhauling and Inspection of shackle, leaf spring, front & rear suspension. (09 Hrs)
  • 110. Practice on removing, inspection and assembling of shock absorber (09 Hrs)
  • 111. Practice Lubricating a suspension system. (08 Hrs)
  • 112. Perform Trouble shooting for Suspension system defects: Wheel hop, ride height (unequal and low), noises under operation, fluid leakage, excessive travel, bounce, worn dampers, worn joints/damaged linkages, vehicle “crabbing”. (09 Hrs)
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