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Light Motor Vehicle with Gears Action Learning Lab: Yamaha

The University has established an action learning laboratory on light motor vehicles with gears in partnership with Yamaha. The laboratory is equipped with live motor cycles for hands on experiential learning and all required tools as per the Yamaha Training Standard Operating Procedures.

Aim of the action learning laboratory

To enable students to gain basic, comprehensive and in-depth understanding of two wheeler engines, transmission system, electrical system and suspension system.


To provide hands on knowledge, experiential learning and practice linked pedagogy on the following:

  1. Engine Functions
  2. Engine Assembly
  3. Overhauling the engine
  4. Functioning and Overhauling of the transmission system
  5. Overhauling suspension system and replacement of oil, seals and others.
  6. Electrical fault diagnostics
  7. Engine condition monitoring


  1. Ability to diagnose fault manually
  2. Able to use of various precision measuring instruments
  3. Able to use different engine assembling and disassembling tool
  4. Ability to calculate luminescence value and adjust the head, fog and taillights accordingly
  5. Ability to overhaul any Yamaha motorcycle
  6. Enhancing Employability and Entrepreneurship


Caters to

BTech, MTech, Skills for Success (SFS) and Domain Courses (All UG course including BSc), Diploma, CTS – ITI (DGT/NCVET), CITS-

ITOT ( DGT/ NCVET) and World Skills participants.

The students will be able to carry out preventive, scheduled and breakdown maintenance of any motor cycles. The students of World Skills are trained on their required test projects and in a real time simulated environment.

Market Linkages

The cardinal goal of the learning laboratory is endowing students with required skills and competencies pertaining to passenger cars. Because of the rigor of the learning, students are and will be able to choose path of entrepreneurship, enhanced employability and excel in their job profile.