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After completion of 4th semester in B.E. Electrical Engineering, the students have the opportunity to pursue specialisation in Hybrid & Electric Vehicles.


Students who undertake Electrical Engineering, would have an option to pursue specialisation in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles. This innovative program will cover a variety of aspects of future vehicle design, technology and management. The coursework provides advanced knowledge and hands-on labs facility to learn design, analysis, control, calibration, and operating characteristics of HEVs.

Hybrid and electrical vehicles are surely the future. India had enforced Bharat stage IV norms across the country since October 2010, based on the European emission norms. Each stage specifies a certain limit on pollutants released, which is controlled by the type of fuel made by the oil companies, and the up-gradations and modifications made by the auto firms to their vehicles. Considering the environmental impact, rising pollution levels and health hazards due to vehicular pollution, the Indian Oil Ministry recently took the view that the country should switch over directly from BS-IV to BS-VI fuel standards. Thus, pushing stringent emission norms for engine designers to make vehicles with modifications, striving for maximum efficiency and minimum pollution – and in turn increase the scope for employ-ability in the field.


Students who graduate from Chitkara University with specialisation in Hybrid and Electric Engineering can find their career progression in research and test services to the Automotive, Defence, Aerospace and Rail sectors. Graduates can find various roles in the field as:

  • Automotive Manufacturing Engineer
  • Automotive Technical Consultant
  • Automotive Designer
  • Quality Assurance Manager

The future sounds intriguing as Engineers continue to develop the next generation vehicles, while standing at the forefront of innovations. Students will:

  • Learn the nuances of design, production and manufacturing of cars, trucks, buses or motorcycles.
  • Learn to combine tools and methods used in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Safety and Software Engineering, integrating both aesthetic as well as safety features.
  • Study additional modules including, control and calibration, vehicle modeling, vehicle dynamics, lightweight structures, new sustainable materials and recycling, electro-mobility and intelligent transportation systems.

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