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Auto Service Technician (Two and Three Wheeler)

Aliases: Mechanic, Technician, Two Wheeler Technician, Repair and Maintenance Technician

Industry/Sector(s): Automotive


JOB DESCRIPTION 1

The tasks ​​an Auto Service Technician (Two and Three Wheeler) is expected to perform include: 

  • Repairing, servicing and overhauling two and three wheeler vehicles
  • Assembling and dismantling parts of the two and three wheeler vehicles
  • Adjusting and aligning two and three wheeler vehicles
  • Maintaining an accurate and up-to-date workplace record
  • Conducting test drives to access the need for repairs
  • Procuring workshop supplies and tools as directed by the supervisor
WORK ENVIRONMENT 1, 4
  • It is not a desk job
  • Need not handle a team
  • Local travelling may be required
  • Part-time work and contractual jobs are available in some cities
  • Work from home option is not available
Working hours
  • Organizations usually work for 5/6 days a week and 8/9 hours everyday. This may vary from organization to organization
  • Shift system is available
  • Overtime may be required
  • Being self-employed is also an option. In this case, the working hours and days will be flexible
Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?

This may vary from organization to organization

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING 1
  • Preferably, 10th
  • Certified training for Auto Service Technician (Two and Three Wheeler) (programme aligned to ASC/ Q 1411 released by Automotive Skills Development Council)
KEY COMPETENCIES 1
  •  Knowledge of the various components of a two and three wheeler vehicle
  •  Knowledge of standard operating procedures for servicing and performing minor repairs of vehicles
  •  Skilled in using various tools and machines used for repairs
  •  Knowledge of identification codes, nomenclature and grades of lubricants
  •  Knowledge of safety, health and environmental policies and regulations
  •  Knowledge of basic technology used in the functioning of various components and aggregates of the vehicle
  •  Skilled in reading and writing at least one language
DESIRABLE COMPETENCIES 1
  • Training in  ASDC Auto Service Technician (two and three wheelers) Certificate or Diploma in Automotive Repair
  • Ability to work in a team
AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING AND LEARNING INSTITUTES 
  • ITIs across India
     
  • Distant learning from DEI-DEP
    www.dei.ac.in/dei/distanceEducation/

     
  • Laurus Edutech Private Limited
    https://www.laurusedutech.com/
AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING SCHEMES/SCHOLARSHIPS 

For scholarship and schemes, use further links like:

  • https://scholarships.gov.in/​
  • http://pmkvyofficial.org/ExploreSectorSkillCouncilDetail.aspx?SSC=OQ%3d%3d
SAMPLE OF TRAINING AND LEARNING COURSES 

http://dget.nic.in/upload/uploadfiles/files/SYL_Mechanic_Motor_vehicle_08_06_14(2).pdf

CAREER PROGRESSION PATH 1, 2

Auto Service Technician (Two and Three Wheeler)  Master Mechanic → Supervisor → Workshop Manager
The progression is indicative

EXPECTED EARNINGS 3

  • For candidates with experience – Rs 8,000 to Rs 13,000 per month
These figures are indicative and subject to change

REQUIRED WORK EXPERIENCE 1
  • Generally, 1-2 years if ASDC Auto Service Technician Level 4 certificate holder or holder of Diploma in Automotive Repair is required
  • Generally, 3-5 years for other qualifications is required
PROBABLE EMPLOYERS 3
  • Two and three wheeler service outlets
  • Motor vehicle and parts dealers
  • Mechanical assembly plant
  • Transport and rental companies
KEYWORDS 
  • Mechanic
  • Vehicle Maintainer
  • Two Wheeler Repairer
  • Three Wheeler Repairer
OCCUPATIONAL CODES AND STANDARDS 
StandardCodeDescription
NCO 20157231.0501Auto Service Technician (Two and Three Wheeler)
ISCO 20087231Motor Vehicle Mechanics and Fitters
NIC 200845200Maintenance and repair of motor vehicles
QP ReferenceASC/Q 1411Auto Service Technician (Two and Three Wheelers)
NSQFLevel 4Not Available
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