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DIYguru and L&T Edutech Collaboration to Establish E-Mobility Centers of Excellence in India

DIYguru, in collaboration with L&T Edutech, has established E-Mobility Centers of Excellence in educational institutions across India. These centers feature advanced hardware labs including the EV DriveTrain Experimental Setup & Motor Testing Workbench, EV Electrical Circuit Training Workbench, and Battery, BMS with CAN Protocols Training Workbench.


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Program Overview

With the help of L&T Edutech, DIYguru is planning to establish Centers of Excellence (COE) in Higher Education Institutions around India for E-Mobility. These centers aim at developing a comprehensive E-Mobility vertical that entails the development of education content, finalization of syllabi and production of training videos and set up hardware labs. This is in a bid to improve e-mobility hardwareassisted education and training hence making students ready for electric vehicle (EV) industry which is changing very fast.


  • Content Development: Create detailed and informative content for the E-Mobility vertical, including materials for websites, brochures, and course syllabi.
  • Hands-On Training: Establish state-of-the-art hardware labs to provide practical, hands-on training for students.
  • Skill Enhancement: Equip students with industry-relevant skills in EV technology.
  • Industry Readiness: Ensure students are job-ready and capable of contributing to the EV sector.

Training Modules and Topics Covered

1. Fundamentals of Electric Vehicles

Introduction to EVs:

  • History and Evolution: Detailed exploration of the history of electric vehicles, tracing their evolution from early prototypes to modern electric cars.
  • Types of EVs: Comprehensive coverage of different types of electric vehicles, including battery electric vehicles (BEVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).
  • Components of EVs: In-depth analysis of the key components of electric vehicles, such as batteries, electric motors, power electronics, and control systems.

Battery Technology:

  • Battery Types: Detailed study of various battery types used in EVs, such as lithium-ion, nickel-metal hydride, and solid-state batteries.
  • Battery Chemistry: Exploration of the chemical principles underlying battery operation, including electrochemical reactions and energy storage mechanisms.
  • Battery Safety and Management: Understanding safety protocols, thermal management, and battery management systems (BMS) to ensure optimal performance and longevity of batteries.
  • Lifecycle Management: Techniques for managing the lifecycle of batteries, including charging, discharging, and recycling.

Electric Motors:

  • Working Principles: Comprehensive coverage of the working principles of electric motors, including induction motors, permanent magnet motors, and synchronous motors.
  • Types of Electric Motors: In-depth study of different types of electric motors used in EVs, their advantages, and applications.
  • Motor Controllers: Understanding the design and operation of motor controllers, including pulse-width modulation (PWM) and field-oriented control (FOC).

Power Electronics:

  • Inverters and Converters: Detailed analysis of inverters and converters used in EVs, their operation, and their role in power management.
  • Powertrain Control Systems: Exploration of powertrain control systems, including control algorithms, software, and hardware integration.
  • Energy Efficiency: Techniques for optimizing energy efficiency in power electronics and minimizing losses.

Vehicle Dynamics:

  • Acceleration and Braking: Understanding the dynamics of acceleration and braking in EVs, including regenerative braking systems.
  • Steering Systems: Detailed study of steering systems in EVs, including electric power steering (EPS) and steer-by-wire technologies.
  • Suspension and Stability: Analysis of suspension systems and stability control mechanisms to ensure a smooth and safe ride.

2. Advanced Electric Vehicles

EV Architecture and Components:

  • System Integration: Comprehensive coverage of the integration of various EV components, including battery packs, motors, controllers, and power electronics.
  • Power Distribution: Understanding power distribution in EVs, including high-voltage and low-voltage systems.

Charging Infrastructure:

  • Levels of Charging: Detailed exploration of different levels of charging (Level 1, Level 2, and DC fast charging) and their applications.
  • Charging Equipment: Study of charging equipment, including charging stations, connectors, and protocols.
  • Charging Protocols: Understanding standard charging protocols such as CHAdeMO, CCS, and Tesla Supercharger.

Battery Management Systems (BMS):

  • Design and Operation: Comprehensive study of BMS design, operation, and key functionalities.
  • Battery Health Monitoring: Techniques for monitoring and maintaining battery health, including state of charge (SOC) and state of health (SOH) estimation.
  • Safety Features: Understanding safety features in BMS, including overcharge, overdischarge, and thermal management.

Regenerative Braking:

  • Mechanisms: Detailed study of regenerative braking mechanisms and their role in energy recovery.
  • Efficiency: Techniques for optimizing the efficiency of regenerative braking systems.

EV Standards and Regulations:

  • Safety Standards: Understanding international and national safety standards for EVs.
  • Testing Procedures: Detailed coverage of testing procedures for EV components and systems.
  • Certification Requirements: Understanding certification requirements for EVs and components.

3. Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs)

Types of HEVs:

  • Series HEVs: Understanding the design and operation of series hybrid electric vehicles.
  • Parallel HEVs: Study of parallel hybrid electric vehicles and their advantages.
  • Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs): Comprehensive coverage of PHEVs, including their design and operational principles.

Powertrain Design:

  • Components and Control Strategies: Detailed study of powertrain components and control strategies for HEVs.
  • Energy Management: Techniques for managing energy in HEVs, including power split and energy recovery.

Energy Storage:

  • Hybridization of Energy Storage Systems: Understanding the integration of multiple energy storage systems, such as batteries and fuel cells.
  • Fuel Cells: Study of fuel cell technology, including types, operation, and applications in HEVs.

4. Embedded Systems and Sensors

Microcontroller Programming:

  • Platforms: Comprehensive coverage of microcontroller programming using platforms like Arduino, ESP32, and others.
  • Programming Languages: Understanding programming languages such as C, C++, and Python for embedded systems.

Sensor Integration:

  • Types of Sensors: Detailed study of various sensors used in EVs, including temperature, pressure, proximity, and current sensors.
  • Working Principles: Understanding the working principles and applications of different sensors in EVs.
  • Data Acquisition: Techniques for acquiring and processing data from sensors.

CAN Communication Protocols:

  • Implementation: Understanding the implementation of CAN bus protocols for communication between EV components.
  • Data Exchange: Techniques for efficient data exchange and error handling in CAN communication.

5. EV Business Management

Market Analysis:

  • Industry Trends: Understanding current trends and future projections in the EV industry.
  • Market Opportunities: Identifying market opportunities and potential areas for growth in the EV sector.

Business Models:

  • Startup Strategies: Strategies for launching and managing EV-related startups.
  • Revenue Streams: Understanding different revenue streams in the EV industry, including vehicle sales, charging infrastructure, and after-sales services.

Government Policies:

  • FAME Policies: Detailed study of Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME) policies and incentives.
  • Incentives for EV Adoption: Understanding government incentives for EV adoption, including subsidies, tax benefits, and grants.

Here’s a detailed look at the hardware labs involved:

Lab Setup and Equipment

The labs established through this partnership are designed to provide hands-on experience with various aspects of electric vehicle technology. These labs are equipped with the following:

  1. Electric Vehicles and Components: The labs include 2-wheeler and 4-wheer electric vehicles for demonstration and analysis. This allows students to work directly with actual EVs, understanding their mechanical and electrical systems.
  2. EV Powertrain Components:
    • Electric Motor & Controller System Kit: Enables the study of electric motor functions and controller mechanisms.
    • Inverter System: Essential for converting DC to AC power, students learn about different inverter designs and their applications in EVs.
    • Transmission System: Offers insights into how power is transmitted from the engine to the wheels in electric vehicles.
    • Battery Pack Unit & Battery Cells: Critical for understanding the energy storage in EVs, providing practical exposure to battery management and performance metrics.
  3. Testing and Diagnostics:
    • Battery Management System (BMS) Testing Equipment: Used to analyze the battery’s state of charge and health.
    • Inverter Testing Equipment: Assesses the efficiency and performance of inverters.
    • Motor Testing Equipment: Tests the operational efficiency and health of electric motors.
    • Diagnostic Tools: Essential for identifying and diagnosing faults within the EV system.
  4. Charging and Infrastructure:
    • Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE): Provides practical knowledge on different types of EV chargers.
    • Charger Units: Allows for hands-on experience in managing and operating EV charging stations.
  5. Assembly and Disassembly:
    • Electric Vehicle Tool Kit: Contains all necessary tools for the maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of EV components.
    • EV Chargers and Disassembling Kit: For practical learning on the assembly and disassembly of EVs, which is crucial for understanding vehicle structure and component integration.
  6. Embedded Systems:
    • Microcontrollers and CAN Bus Interface: These tools help in creating custom Battery Management Systems and other control units essential for the functioning of electric vehicles.

Training and Implementation

The labs are integral to the training programs where students engage in:

  • Hands-on Practical Training: Includes direct interaction with EV technologies.
  • Project-Based Learning: Involves real-world projects from converting ICE vehicles to EVs, developing BMS, and more.
  • Research and Development: Students can participate in ongoing research projects which enhances their learning and provides deeper industry insight.

The collaboration between DIYguru and L&T Edutech to establish E-Mobility Centers of Excellence (COE) has yielded several significant outcomes:

Enhanced Practical Skills

Hands-On Experience:

  • Practical Training: Students receive hands-on training with state-of-the-art EV hardware, including drivetrain components, electrical circuits, and battery management systems.
  • Real-World Applications: Training includes real-world scenarios, such as diagnosing and fixing faults in EV systems, which enhances their practical skills and problem-solving abilities.

Project-Based Learning:

  • Innovative Projects: Students engage in project-based learning, which involves designing, building, and testing EV components. This not only reinforces theoretical knowledge but also encourages innovation and creativity.

Industry-Ready Workforce

Skill Development:

  • Comprehensive Curriculum: The curriculum covers all aspects of EV technology, from fundamentals to advanced topics, ensuring students are well-versed in the latest industry standards and practices.
  • Embedded Systems and Sensors: Training on microcontroller programming and sensor integration prepares students for roles in developing and maintaining sophisticated EV systems.

Employment Opportunities:

  • Job Readiness: By the end of the program, students are equipped with the skills required to meet the demands of the EV industry. This includes expertise in battery management, power electronics, and vehicle dynamics.
  • Industry Connections: Partnerships with L&T Edutech provide students with valuable industry connections, increasing their chances of securing employment in the EV sector.

Innovation and Research

Encouraging Innovation:

  • Research Opportunities: The COEs serve as hubs for research and development in EV technology, encouraging students and faculty to undertake innovative projects.
  • Collaborative Environment: The collaboration fosters a collaborative environment where students can work alongside industry experts and researchers, leading to the development of new technologies and solutions in the EV field.

Cutting-Edge Technology:

  • Advanced Labs: The labs are equipped with the latest technology, enabling students to experiment with cutting-edge tools and equipment. This exposure to advanced technology prepares them for future technological advancements in the industry.

Continuous Improvement:

  • Feedback Mechanisms: The program includes mechanisms for continuous feedback and improvement, ensuring that the curriculum remains up-to-date with industry trends and technological advancements.

Institutional Benefits

Enhanced Reputation:

  • Academic Excellence: The establishment of COEs enhances the reputation of participating institutions, positioning them as leaders in EV education and research.
  • Attracting Talent: The advanced training facilities and industry connections attract top talent, both students and faculty, to the institutions.

Economic Impact:

  • Skilled Workforce: By producing a skilled workforce, the program contributes to the economic development of the region, supporting the growth of the EV industry and related sectors.
  • Industry Partnerships: The collaboration with L&T Edutech opens up opportunities for further partnerships and funding, benefiting the institutions and their stakeholders.


The partnership between DIYguru and L&T Edutech is a significant step towards advancing EV education in India. By developing comprehensive training content and setting up state-of-the-art labs, this initiative bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical skills. It prepares students for the future of mobility, highlighting the importance of industry-academia collaboration in driving technological advancements and fostering innovation in the EV industry.


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