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MCCIA Electric Vehicle Training program – 2nd Edition

MCCIA Electric Vehicle Training Program - 2nd Edition

Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) is among the few Chambers of Commerce in India that was founded prior to independence, at a time when the country’s economic activities had yet to completely thrive.

With the goal of fostering industrialisation and economic growth, MCCIA assisted in the establishment of significant industrial estates in the region, including as the International Convention Centre, Pavana Industrial Estate, Electronic Co-operative Estate, and Hadapsar Industrial Estate.

India is set to become a manufacturing hub for electric vehicles in the next five years with the Indian EV industry representing a Rs 500B opportunity by 2025.

Under Phase-II of the FAME India Scheme the Government intends to make an ambitious push for electric mobility by incentivizing EV manufacturing as well as early adoption. It is also an important tool to develop pollution free transport and to save on the oil imports bill.

The MCCIA decided to undertake a capacity-building workshop in electric cars, focusing on present business settings, future expectations, and safety precautions.

The MCCIA’s new initiative is geared for businesses and educational institutions. Experts in the field of electric vehicles have long advocated for increased capacity building among students, industry players, and others, as well as more widespread dissemination of current standards in car bodies, power trains, and other inputs, regulatory and policy frameworks, and available schemes.

“Because EVs are taking off in a significant way, and Pune is an auto hub, we need to keep an eye on this trend for the sake of the industry. Infrastructure for EVs is critical, as is health and safety”

said Prashant Girbane, Director General, MCCIA.

The Electric Vehicle Training Program by MCCIA, meticulously prepared by current and past auto industry professionals and experts, primarily focuses on EV technology trends, engines and transmissions such as hybrid technology, batteries, and battery management systems (BMS), the latter of which is critical in ensuring battery and charging equipment safety.

What you will learn:
  • Introduction & Technology Trends
  • EV Direction & EV Architectures
  • EV Performance / Range & Sizing Calculations
  • REM’s / EV Motors
  • Hybrid Transmissions & BEV Transmissions
  • Battery & BMS
  • EV Motor Calibration
  • EV Integration & Validation
Who should attend this PROGRAM?

This training would be especially beneficial for:

  • Auto/Ancillary sector decision makers (2, 3 and 4 wheelers) who wish to learn the fundamentals of electric cars and related technologies and trends.
  • Managers, Engineers, Vehicle Service Engineers, Vehicle Dealers interested in learning more about the major components of electric vehicles and
  • Integration Start-ups in EV’s / Batteries & e-Power trains, MSME’s interested in getting into the EV business Educational Institutes / Students / Training Institutes.
  • Suppliers and Manufacturers of Charging Stations.

(Participation in this course does not require prior understanding of EVs. However, it would be advantageous if the delegates have a technical background in order to comprehend the topics that will be covered throughout the sessions.)


This course will provide a unique chance to gain an overview of Technology, Innovations, Government Policy, and the newest trends, as well as an opportunity to network, share ideas, debate critical concerns, and so on.

Timeline: January & February 2022

  • Delegate Fee for MCCIA Members: Rs.12,000/- per participant (Exclusive of 18% GST)
  • Delegate Fee for Others: Rs.15,000/- per participant (Exclusive of 18% GST)

Online registration is available at www.mcciapune.com. Alternatively, you can mail on prashantj@mcciapune.com.

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