Certificate course - Fundamental of PHEV & BEV

Hybrid vehicle is that propels itself using both a conventional engine and an electric motor.

Plug-in hybrids have a smaller battery that typically allows an electric range of 20-50 miles, and a gasoline combustion engine that adds another 300 to 500 miles of driving range.

Battery electric vehicles are driven only by their battery and electric motor and typically have ranges of 125-300 miles. Prior to 2018 the market was split roughly 50/50 between plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles. However, in 2018 the market shifted to 66% battery electric vehicle and 34% plug-in hybrids.

Although they have many advantages, the future for PHEVs still looks bleak. some reasons are PHEVs fuel expensive, they are complex to maintain, all-electric vehicles, which have a long range and a high performance. Buyers are now looking forward to all-electric vehicles and will hit the market. The future of plug-in hybrids will be very competitive. It is expected that the PHEVs will disappear when the public gains awareness of the BEVs.

By 2030, not a single petrol or diesel car should be sold in the country. Piyush Goyal, India's minister for power, coal, and new and renewable energy

According to various sources,
The United Kingdom has committed to a plan to ban all sales of gasoline and diesel-engine cars by 2040.
The French government, not to be outdone, says they will match the UK's plan for combustion-engine cars by 2040.
Many German cities have already started to ban older, more polluting cars from their roads.
India are planning to remove all diesel-engine cars from their roads by 2030.
Norway plans to make sure all new cars are zero-emissions by 2025.
Hainan,(China) with a population of more than 9 million residents, aims to entirely eliminate ICEs in the province by 2030
Taiwan hoping to stop the sales of all new diesel and gasoline engine motorcycles by 2035 and four-wheeled vehicles by 2040.

EVs drive new skills requirements in the automotive industry

A working knowledge of basic automotive components and general maintenance necessary for vehicle operations will be emphasized. This course also promotes a basic understanding of alternative fuel and HEV vehicle technology. Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical components. They are responsible for designing the electrical circuitry that allows a gas engine to charge the battery and distribute the electricity from the battery to the electric motor. Electrical engineers also might work on the heating and air-conditioning systems, vehicle lighting, and visual displays. Mechanical engineers design, develop, and test the tools, engines, machines, and other mechanical devices in electric vehicles. Electric vehicle systems are more complex than a traditional internal combustion engine, so they require special manufacturing processes. Many of the workers involved in the manufacture of electric vehicles have previously worked in traditional vehicle manufacturing. As the number of plug-in hybrids and battery-electric vehicles on the road increases, there will be a growing need for charging stations to charge them. Many large utilities companies and some large cities are already developing plans to handle growing numbers of electric vehicles.

jobs will be created as the electric infrastructure is expanded to support these vehicles. These new jobs will cover a wide variety of occupations.

Solar cars

Think of how wonderful it would be if your car could continue running without you spending one Rupee on fuel. The car which can be driven for 300-400 kms at the top speed of 50 km/ hour, can charged by four solar panels of seven amperes current and 53 volts each.

Solar car that can charge itself with integrated solar energy capacity. The German startup, Sono Motors, Sion Solar Car is the first mass-produced electric car.

Do you want to build a solar-powered car? If so, this is the project for you! This training give you fundamental concept, how can you convert fuel powered car to solar powered electric vehicle and enjoy energy independent trip every day any where. After gaining this fundamental, you can join at AEVT upcoming special course to do energy independent rectrofitment, fuel car to Solar Car, Electric Car to Solar Car.
No experience needed. If you want, you can even compete the Solar technology training from Institute of Solar Trchnology

Business Model Innovation

You want to drive innovation more effectively in your organization, for your business models, learn from successful innovators. Our national International guest lecturer equips you with skills to think more creatively and apply your ideas more effectively.
You will also learn concrete techniques to help you nurture a culture of innovation within a team or organization, by maximizing the talent and creativity of those around you.

Must Read more from "WHY AEVT" above section.

Certificate will be Awarded by

Academy of EV Technology, A Unit of Global Advanced Training & Educational Trust, Regd. under NCT New Delhi, Govt. of India


  • Automobile engineer, Entrepreneurs
  • Graduation in any stream
  • Minimum age 18 years, No Upper Age bar for Entrepreneurs


English & Local Language
(Book & Online Examination in English)

Training Methodology:

The course will be delivered in class room board work, lecture using PowerPoint, sharing of case examples, design exercises.

Training Materials:

  • FREE printed book as per Syllabus developed by National and International EV Technology Trainer & Expert
  • EVSE, sample financial models etc.
  • Training & Learning Materials: Wall Chart, Equipment, Measuring Meters, accessories and tools for practical & demonstration only

We believe in "Learn-through-Practical"

  • 1. AEVT follows 70% practical and 30% theory
  • 2. Developing practical knowledge and skill on Motor, Controller, Battery Pack Design, BMS, Charger equipments and Charging Station
  • 3. Discussion on Industrial scenario and business opportunities
  • 4. Unit wise practical Activities

Course Syllabus:

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Unit: B-1

Types of Battery and Classification

A brief classification of li Ion cell technology and its electro-chemistry. Advantage and disadvantages of over different cell technologies.

Unit: B-2

Li ion cell Parameters

  • Battery cell parameters like cell voltage
  • Cell AH, Specific energy, life Cycle
  • Charging and discharging curve of li ion cells
  • C-rating,
  • Self discharge and other parameters like SOC, DOD

Unit: B-3

Battery Pack Sizing Considerations

  • Battery Pack sizing consideration like Time and charge/discharge cycles
  • Beginning of life (BOL)
  • End of life (EOL), Time
  • Battery life testing

Unit: B-4

Battery Charging, Protection, and Management System

  • why a BMS need for a battery pack
  • BMS building blocks
  • BMS characteristics
  • BMS operation
  • BMS classification

Unit: B-5

Battery Pack Sizing

size battery pack with considering all aspect of condition -
  • Range Calculation
  • Battery Capacity
  • Battery String Calculation

Unit: B-6

Battery Pack construction

  • Material need to assemble battery pack
  • Wires, connector selection, heat shrink, cell holder etc.
  • Different types of accessories related to battery pack construction
  • Battery Pack Assembly line - Cell testing & sorting, Module Formation, Spot Welding, Module BMS
  • Battery Pack Assembly line - Thermal management, Module to Pack Formation, Master BMS intregration
  • Battery Pack Assembly line - Pack Housing, Testing, Quality Certification

Unit: B-7

Battery Pack Assembly process

  • Manufacturing process of battery pack
  • Safety Considerations for BMS (Thermal Runaway, Short Circuit Detection etc)
  • Functional Safety Overview
  • Brief discussion about different machineries used in manufacturing
  • Flow chart of assembly process of li ion battery pack
  • Technical details of manufacturing machineries

Unit: B-8

Financial Projection of Li ion battery pack Manufacturing

  • Cost analysis of different machineries and manpower requirements
  • Return of Investment (ROI) of li ion battery pack business
  • Business projection to start a li ion battery pack business

UnitCodePaper Detail
* per class 45 Munutes, Per day 8 class.

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Course Fee for 72 hours (within one month) Entrepreneurship Training - Advance Certificate EV Technology & Business Management

Course Fee for Indian Students

#Fees detailAmount
1Registration FeeRs.3000
2Training FeeRs.
3E-Libery FeeRs. 00.00
4Study Material FeeRs. 00.00
5Exam FeeRs. 00.00

GST @18% Extra
Pay Total Course Fee at the time of Registration/admission.

Course Fee for International Students

#Fees detailAmount
1Registration Fee$ 42
2Training Fee$99
3E-Libery Fee$ 00.00
4Study Material Fee$ 00.00
5Exam Fee$ 00.00

GST @18% Extra
Pay Total Course Fee at the time of Registration/admission.

Academy of EV Technology
A Unit of 

Global Advanced Training & Educational Trust
An Autonomous Institute Reg. under
ISO 9001:2008 Certified Orginazation,

Traditional Learning vs. AEVT Skill Training

Education is all about learning the theory. Traditionally, an education may reinforce knowledge in which that you already have a foundation.
And that's where AEVT Skill training differs; AEVT training gives you the skills to do something rather than just know about something. Training can be specific to your need, your work experience or your skills-gap.

Why AEVT Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate Program

  1. Understand the core technology, principles of design thinking
  2. Familiar with success Business Model to think about your business
  3. Apply design thinking principles to identify innovation potential in your products/services

You Will Gain

  1. A greater understanding of the technology that needs to succeed
  2. Deeper insights into the people you are serving - a powerful tool for market research, to capture value for customers
  3. Each course consists of assignments and a final exam. The teaching team also provides feedback on select assignments.
  4. Develop a strategic framework for assessing market opportunities
  5. Link between Innovation, marketing and meaning of customer value

Take your career to new heights

The Indian auto industry faces a talent crunch as it gears up for the impending electric vehicle (EV) revolution there just aren't enough engineers with expertise in the field. Current demand is pegged at more than 5,000 engineers - mostly in the electric, electronic and mechanical disciplines - which is likely to touch 15,000 over the next two years or so, according to staffing company TeamLease.

Stay up to date with industry

Find the latest technology in AEVT libraries and archives, journals, publications, magazines and AEVT channel, you'll find the latest engineering and technology thinking ready and waiting. Looking for something to inspire you? Our E-Magazine is packed with articles, Projects of our Alumni, interesting facts and authoritative coverage, making it an exceptional read.

Personal and professional support

Take advantage of AEVT Entrepreneurs business facilities, our wealth of services. At AEVT, you're free to work, network and relax in your city. our network of local and international groups cover a whole host of disciplines so you can connect and collaborate wherever you are and whatever you do.

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