Master Certification in EV Powertrain Architecture and Energy Storage System

A comprehensive EV course on EV Powertrain Architecture and Energy Storage System that gives you exposure to various computational tools for EV Applications. This EV technology course is highly recommended for engineering students.

Next Cohort Starts: 31st October, 2023

Eligibility: Students with minimum 50% or equivalent passing marks

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06 Months Live + Online Classes

Learn through online lectures delivered by our Top Ranked Faculty (after working hours)

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Placement Highlights

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Participating Companies

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6.9 LPA

Average CTC

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30 LPA

Highest CTC

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60 %

Average Salary Hike

Top Skills You Will Learn

Selection & Design of Powertrain, Battery, Motor Modelling & Controller, BMS & BTMS, Understanding of Aerodynamics, EV Control Methods, EV Charging and Homologation and Testing

Who Is This Programme For?

Engineering Graduates, who are looking to skill themselves

Job Opportunities

Battery Pack Engineers, Vehicle Dynamics Engineers, CAE Analyst, Homologation Engineers, Quality Engineers, Design Engineers, Project Engineers, Simulation and Testing Engineers, Motor Design Engineers, BMS Application Engineers.

Minimum Eligibility

Students with minimum 50% or equivalent passing marks

Join the Electric Vehicle industry

By 2026, IDC predicts Electric Vehicle and cognitive computing spending will reach $52.2 billion. Electric Vehicle is one of the hottest professions.

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Annual Job Growth By 2026

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50 M

Expected New Jobs By 2030

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Rs.3.5L -12L

Average Annual Salary

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Master Certification in EV Powertrain Architecture and Energy Storage System

Certified by MG Motors

Complete all the courses successfully to obtain the certification from MG Motor

• Earn a Certification in EV Engineering

• Widely recognized and valued programmed in EV Engineering


Case Studies

EV Operating Cost and Infra Challenges

Perform basic calculations pertaining to various challenges faced by the industry in terms of – cost, charging, battery pack size, etc. to understand the on-ground scenarios. These will be accompanied by market data and studies to give a wider perspective and view into the industry.

Motor Modelling and Design

Modelling of different kinds of the motor on the basis of various parameters such as battery voltage, back electromotive force coefficient, and winding resistance. Comparative study of BLDC motor vs IM motors vs PMSM motors on the basis of its design, performance, efficiency.

EV Charging Station & Road Map Challenges

Comparative study of the charging system i.e. onboard and off-board charging system. The case study focuses on the load requirement and infra challenges faced by the EV industry in all parts of the country.

Battery Pack Thermal Management 

Battery pack thermal management strategy and methods used in different vehicles as per the applications. The optimization on the basis of cooling efficiency, of the system, and power management.


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Industry Projects


Case Study


Tools Covered

MODULE 1 - Electric Machine Design and Industry Prospects

History of EV (EV in 19th Century and Golden Era of EV)

EV Policies and regulations

EV Market scenario Global and India

EV Sales Globally and Sales in India

EV Charging Infra structure


Degree of Hybridization (Micro Mild and Full hybrid)

Full Hybrid Classification (Parallel Hybrid, Series Hybrid, Series Parallel and complex Hybrid)

Fuel Cell Vehicle and FCHEV

EV Technology (Basic Electrical & Electronics, Basics of Magnetism)

EV Components

Battery and BMS

EV Powertrain systems architecture and types

Motors (Types of motors)

EV Control systems

High voltage systems and Safety precautions

Introduction to Powertrain

Vehicle Coordinate System

Powertrain Equation

Aerodynamics and Its Calculation – Drag Equation

Drag Coefficient

Drag Calculation

Tire Construction and Specification

Wheel Rolling without Slipping

Wheel Dynamics ROLL vs SLIP vs SKID

Contact Patch

Hysteresis Loss

Tyre Parameters

Powertrain calculation for 2W – Calculating Parameters

Power Calculation

Motor and Torque Calculation – Torque Calculation

Gearbox Selection

Motor Characteristics

Motor Types and Design – PE and Motor Control

Basic Understanding of Motor

SRM Motor

Introduction of BLDC Motor

Control Principles

Motor for EV

Regenerative Braking

Motor Control

Motor Control Quadrant

AC Motor Control

Asynchronous vs Synchronous Motor


Motor Geometry

Add Winding and Material

Simulating E Magnetics

Parameters and Drive Cycle

Setting Up Parameters

Calculation of Energy Consumption

MODULE 2 - Battery Pack Design and Selection

History of Battery

Types of energy storage system

Why Li-Ion Cells

Lithium Cells Working

Battery Terminologies

Lithium Chemistry

Cell Types – Form Factors

Lithium Cell Materials

Lithium Cell Failures

OCV and SOC of Cell

Linear Polarization

Finding RC Values

Hysteresis Voltage

Enhanced Self Correcting Model

Cell Testing and CoulombicEfficiency

Temperature and OCV

Dynamic Testing

Model Simulation

Physics Based Modeling – Intro

Charge Continuity

Mass Continuity Eqn

Thermal Energy and Potential

Thermodynamics Law and Gibbs Free Energy

Electrochemical Potential

Absolute Activity

Binary Electrolyte Behaviour

Electrolyte Mass Continuation Eqn Pt1

Electrolyte Mass Continuation Eqn Pt2

Boundary Conditions

Battery Modelling – Cell Assembly Model

Battery Case Design Principles

Battery Case Design – Model

Battery Pack – Component Packaging

Cell Operating Condition and Life

Improving Cell Life

Battery Calculation Basics

Energy Consumption Pt01

Energy Consumption Pt02

Energy Consumption – Drive Cycles

Average Consumption

Cell Arrangement

Cell Bonding

Cell Arrangement Pt 2

Introduction to Battery Pack Design

Battery Case Design Principle

Battery Case Design – Model

Battery Modelling

Battery Pack Design for 2 W

Battery Pack Design for Bi Cycle

Battery Pack Design on Soft

Pack Design for 4W

Battery Testing


What is BTMS?

Types of BTMS

BTMS in India

Thermal Paste (1C Discharging)

Thermal Paste (3C Discharging)

1 C Discharging

1C Discharging Software Simulation

3C Discharging

3C Discharging Software Simulation

MODULE 4 - Control Methods

Introduction to Power Electronics

Introduction to Diodes

Introduction to Transistor and its Working

Intro to Thyristor and its Working

Introduction to Rectifiers

Types of Rectifier

Uncontrolled Rectifier

Controlled Rectifier

Simulating Rectifier on Simulink

Introduction to Chopper

AC & DC Link Chopper

Boost Converter

Buck Converter

SCR Triggering Methods

Understanding of Laws

Motor & Its types

Speed Torque Characteristics of EV & ICE

Principle of Electric Machines

Back EMF and Torque of DC Machine Lecture

Control System for EV

Design of Closed Loop Feedback Control System

Control System types and Classification

Controller Types focused on CL System

Power Electronics and Motor Drives

EV Powertrain Tuning

Motor Drive Unit

PMSM Current Control

EV Control Unit and CAN Communication

MODULE 5 - EV Charging

Introduction to EVSE

Safety of EVSE Infra

Sites & Maps

Related Technology

EV Charging Connector – SAE

IEC62196 Connector


Introduction to Bharat AC

CHAdeMO Connector

Communication Protocol

Charging Methods and Algorithm

Communication Protocol– OSI Introduction

Layered Architecture 01

Layered Architecture 02

OCPP and CSMS– OCPP and CSMS Introduction

Benefits of OCPP


Functions of OCPP

Charger Technologies

Intro to Power Electronics Devices

Switch Configurations

Turn Off Mechanism and Harmonics

AC Charging Levels

Intro to Charging Levels and Modes

DC Charging Levels

Charging Modes

Charging Modes Case Study

Charging Levels and Modes

Fast Charger– Fast Charging Intro

Fast Charger Safety

DC Charging – Region wise spread

DC Connectors

Tesla Supercharger

Tesla Supercharger Billing n Connectors

Mega Chargers

Introduction to Smart Grid

Definitions 01

Definitions 02

Smart Grid

V2G Technology

Application and performance parameters – Application of V2G

Unidirectional V2G

Bidirectional V2G and Efficiency

Charging Standard and Circuit – SAE and ISO-IEC Std

Signaling Circuit

MODULE 6 - Homologation and Testing

Intro to Homologation

Introduction to Vehicle Categories (A&C)

L Category Vehicles

M Category Vehicles

N Category Vehicles

T Category Vehicles

Introduction to CMVR

CMVR Part 1

CMVR Part 2

Registration of Motor Vehicle

Control of Transport Vehicle

Construction Equipment and Maintenance of Motor Vehicle

AIS Committee


EEC and ECE Regulations

Homologation for Export

Homologation for Import

Types of Test Track for Homologation

Hardware in Loop

Driving Cycle

Static Test – Dimension & Masses

Static Test – Brakes

Static Test – Steering

Static Test – Lightning

Static Test – Noise

Static Test – Seatbelt

Static Test – Windscreen

Introduction to Dynamic Testing

Dynamic Testing – Acceleration

Dynamic Testing – Brake

Dynamic Testing – Handling, Stability and Traction

Dynamic Testing – Emission

Testing – Retrofitting

Horn Test

Safety Glass Test

Windscreen Test

Rear View Mirror Test

Hinges and Latches Test

Demist and Defrost Test

Field of Vision Test

Powertrain Component Test – Motor Power

Max 30 minutes power

Battery Safety Criteria


Hybrid Vehicle Test – M and N Category

Hybrid Retro fitment Kit

Electric Kit for Conversion

AC Charging

DC Charging

Admission Details

Candidates can apply to this Master Certification in EV Powertrain Architecture and Energy Storage System certification program in 3 steps. Selected candidates receive an offer of admission, which is accepted by admission fee payment.


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Submit Application

Tell us about yourself and why you want to do a PMC certification


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Application Review

An admission panel will shortlist candidates based on their application


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Selected candidates can start the PMC program within
1-2 weeks

Admission Fee & Financing

The admission fee for this Master Certification in EV Powertrain Architecture and Energy Storage System is ₹ 89,999 (Incl. taxes). This fee covers applicable program charges and MG Motor Certification.

Financing Options

We are dedicated to making our programs accessible. We are committed to helping you find a way to budget for this program and offer a variety of financing options to make it more economical.

No Cost EMI

We have partnered with the following financing
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at 0% interest rate with no hidden costs.

Financing as low as

₹ 4,999/month*

Other Financing Options

We provide the following options for one-time payment

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Total Admission Fees

₹ 89,999

(Incl. taxes)