NSQF - Mechanic Motor Cycle.pdf

Mechanic Motor Cycle (CTS)

  • Job DescriptionAfter successful completion of the course on ‘Mechanic Motor Cycle’, the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills: (1) repairs, services and overhauls motor cycles, auto rickshaws, scooters etc., to make and keep them roadworthy, (2) examines motor cycle or scooter to locate faults by running engine in stationary position or by driving it on road, (3) dismantles parts such as engine, ignition system, dynamo forks, shock absorbers, gear box etc., as necessary, (4) grinds valves, sets timings, relines brakes, rebushes steering mechanism, replaces worn out parts, assembles gear box clutch etc., (5) performs other tasks to effect repair, cleans and sets carburettor, fits driving chain, wheels silencer, kick, gear, clutch and brake levers and other accessories, (6) adjusts control cables for brake, clutch and accelerator, sets tappets and wheel alignment, tightens loose parts and makes necessary fittings and connections, (7) changes engine and gear box oil, starts engine and tunes it up, (8) tests performance of vehicle by driving on road and makes further adjustments to remove defects noticed if any, (10) assembles motor cycle or auto-rickshaws from assembled parts.
  • CodeDGT/1125
  • SectorAutomotive
  • NSQF LevelLevel 5
  • Notional Hours1980
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    After successful completion of the above course, the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills with proper sequence.

    • Repairs, services and overhauls motor cycles, auto rickshaws, scooters; etc., to make and keep them roadworthy.
    • Examines motor cycle or scooter to locate faults by running engine in stationary position or by driving it on road.
    • Dismantles parts such as engine, ignition system, dynamo forks, shock absorbers, gear box etc., as necessary.
    • Grinds valves, sets timings, relines brakes, rebushes steering mechanism, replaces worn out parts, assembles gear box clutch etc.
    • Performs other tasks to effect repair, cleans and sets carburettor, fits driving chain, wheels silencer, kick, gear, clutch and brake levers and other accessories.
    • Adjusts control cables for brake, clutch and accelerator, sets tappets and wheel alignment, tightens loose parts and makes necessary fittings and connections.
    • Changes engine and gear box oil, starts engine and tunes it up.
    • Tests performance of vehicle by driving on road and makes further adjustments to remove defects noticed if any.
    • May assemble motor cycle or auto-rickshaws from assembled parts.
  • International Comparability
    1. Existence of any official document suggesting the comparability of the qualification with the qualifications in other countries is not known.
    2. However, ITI passed out trainees are getting employment in many Gulf countries, European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore etc.
  • Progression Pathway
    • On successful completion of the course trainee can get themselves enrolled in Apprenticeship training in reputed Industrial organisation.
    • The qualified candidates have scope for lateral entry into the Diploma courses offered by some of the State Governments
  • Planned arrangements for RPL
    1. At present the students who have passed 10th class with minimum 3 years experience can appear for NCVT theory and practical semester examination directly.
    2. The students who have passed SCVT examination can also appear for the NCVT Examination in the relevant semester and Trade directly.
  • Qualification File NSQF - Mechanic Motor Cycle.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    Professional Skills Mandatory 1100 5
    Professional Knowledge Mandatory 260 5
    Workshop Calculation & Science Mandatory 90 4
    Engineering Drawing Mandatory 130
    Employability Skills Mandatory 110
    Extra Curricular Activities Mandatory 90
    In-plant Training/Project Work 120
    Admission & Examination 80