TWO-WHEELER SERVICE TRAINING

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Department of automobile engineering has conducted one day training on Two-Wheeler service for II year students on Thursday(3-9-2015) under the guidance of Dr. Antony aroul raj  and  staff members
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To impart theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of diagnostics and maintenance for the student of automobile engineering

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Trained lateral entry students ware identified and specific training topics are allocated for each student prior to the date of workshop .

The topics handled by the students are  as follow

1) Engines and transmission system -Maheshwaran & Manoj

2) Electrical systems -Athish

3) periodic maintenance of auxiliary systems -Ashwin

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  • Hands on training
  • Enhanced knowledge sharing among students
  • Queries on service point of view
  • Active participation of regular and lateral entry students
  • Do’s and Don’ts of 2-Wheeler troubleshooting are explained
  • Critical components were explained with cut section models

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CONCLUSION

The points discussed during training program are summarised and additional tips were added by Mr.D.Balajee, AP/AUTO followed by comment of other staff members. Complimentary gifts were awarded to the students for volunteer involvement

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