ASDC covers the entire automotive value chain, which includes R&D, Manufacturing , Sales and Service and Road Transportation domain that includes Driving as well as skills related to Petrol Pump operations. This includes a wide range of skills – design, development, testing, quality, machining, welding, forging, casting, assembly, selling of components, selling of vehicles, servicing of components, servicing of vehicles. Also, a range of driving skills right from two wheelers to heavy commercial vehicles like trucks, buses, taxis, chauffeurs, three wheelers come under the scope of ASDC.

The Indian auto industry is one of the largest in the world. The industry accounts for 7.1 per cent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The Two Wheelers segment with 80 per cent market share is the leader of the Indian Automobile market owing to a growing middle class and a young population. Moreover, the growing interest of the companies in exploring the rural markets further aided the growth of the sector. The overall Passenger Vehicle (PV) segment has 14 per cent market share.


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    Automotive Engineering Technician

    Automotive engineering technicians assist automotive engineers by conducting tests, performing inspections, making observations, collecting data, making prototypes, and analyzing test data. Those who work in research and development help test automotive systems and parts for safety, performance, quality, and efficiency. When conducting tests, automotive engineering technicians must take care to keep records of test data and observations by taking photographs, creating spreadsheets, or writing reports. They may analyze this data and make suggestions for improvement based on their findings.

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    Automotive Design Engineer

    Automotive design engineers create or improve motor vehicle bodies, parts and accessories. Designers are expected to complete a bachelor’s degree program in industrial design or a related field, such as mechanical engineering.

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    Automobile Designer

    Automobile designers are industrial designers who use both art and engineering to research and create new car designs. Their designs must ensure the safety of the vehicle and operate within regulatory parameters while still creating a great looking, comfortable product that appeals to consumers. Automobile design is a creative but highly competitive career choice.

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    Vehicle Designer

    Vehicle or auto designers conceive and draw the designs of cars and trucks. Working with auto marketers, vehicle designers are responsible for creating ideas for new vehicles that are visually and aesthetically appealing to consumers, as well as safe to drive and economical to manufacture. Car designers also work closely with vehicle engineers so they can incorporate engineering principles, such as aerodynamics and 3-D volumes, in their designs.