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

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WEEK. NO. 18

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Troubleshoot vehicle Engine components and ascertain repair. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N9438)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 35 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 05 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Engine trouble shooting
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • 127. Perform Trouble shooting Practice with Heavy vehicle for Engine Not starting – Mechanical & Electrical causes, High fuel consumption, Engine overheating, Low Power Generation, Excessive oil consumption, Low/High Engine Oil Pressure, Engine Noise. (35 Hrs)

WEEK. NO. 19 & 20

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Plan & service of electronic control system and check functionally. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N1438)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 50 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 12 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Introduction to EFI Engine Management – EFI operation Modes of EFI, Electronic fuel injection, Idle speed control systems, Feedback & looping, Cold start systems, Air measurement, Air-flow monitoring, Variable intake manifold system, Electrical functions, EFI wiring diagram
    • Electronic control unit (ECU) – EFI system ECU, Electronic control unit settings,
    • Engine speed limiting, Malfunction indicator lamp.
    • Importance of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) & its general format.
    • Use of scan tool and retrievals of codes.
    • EFI sensors- Intake Temperature sensor, Mass airflow sensor, Manifold absolute pressure sensor, Air vortex sensor, Fuel system sensor, Throttle position sensor, Exhaust gas oxygen sensor, Crank angle sensor, Hall effect voltage sensor
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • 128. Carryout Identification of Electronic control Unit. (10 Hrs)
  • 129. Perform Set up for testing, Testing of Electronic Control Circuit. (10 Hrs)
  • 130. Perform Identification of various sensors installed in engine & it’s mounting. (10 Hrs)
  • 131. Check instruments &Gauges on dash board& replace defective gauges. (10 Hrs)
  • 132. Test Temperature sensor, Pressure senor, potentiometer, magnetic induction sensor, cam shaft sensor, crankshaft position sensor. (10 Hrs)

WEEK. NO. 21 

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Diagnose & rectify the defects in vehicle to ensure functionality of vehicle. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N1438)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 25 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 10 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Ignition principles and Faraday’s laws, Primary and secondary winding of transformer, Ignition components, Spark plugs, Spark plug components, Vacuum & centrifugal units, Plug firing voltage,
    • Induction, Inductive system operation, Induction wiring, Hall effect sensors, Hall effect operation, Optical type sensors
    • Distributor less ignition systems, Insulated coils, Distributor less ignition system timing.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • 133. Carryout Diagnosis- Possible causes and remedy for Engine cranks, but will not or hard to start, Poor fuel economy or engine performance. (10 Hrs)
  • 134. Practice Checking ignition timing, Checking & changing a spark plug, Identification and testing of Hall Effect sensor, Optical sensor. Tracing and testing of sensor circuits. (15Hrs)

WEEK. NO. 22 

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Carryout overhauling of charging system. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N1438)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 40 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 10 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Charging system- The purpose of Charging system, charging system components, charging system circuit, Alternator principles, Alternating current, Alternator components, Rectification, Phase winding connections, Rotor circuit, Voltage regulation, System operating voltage, High voltage.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • 135. Check charging system for the cause of undercharge, No charge, and over charge conditions. (10 Hrs)
  • 136. Perform Removing & replacing an alternator, Inspection of rotor for ground, open circuit – field coil resistance, slip ring surface, Fan, bearing. Inspection of stator for ground, open circuit, Inspection of Drive end bearing rotation, Rectifier, brush length compare with service manual. Slip ring surface. (10 Hrs)

WEEK. NO. 23 

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Carryout overhauling of charging system. (Mapped NOS: ASC/N1438)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 40 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 10 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • charging systems, Rotor, Stator,
    • Alternator end frames,
    • Slip ring & brush assembly,
    • Rectifier assembly,
    • Alternator cooling fan.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • 137. Practice Inspecting & adjusting an engine drive belt, Replacing an engine drive belt/ pulleys / Tensioner and their alignments. (10 Hrs)
  • 138. Carryout Trouble shooting, possible causes and remedy for warning lamp does not glow when ignition switch is on, Warning lamp glows dim when ignition switch is on, warning lamp ‘on’ while the alternator is running, Warning lamp glows ‘dim’ while the alternator is running, warning lamp flickers considerably. (10 Hrs)
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