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Manish Anand is an IIT Kanpur alumnus with an MBA in Technology and innovation management from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Seoul. He currently heads iHUB, a Technology Innovation Hub hosted at IIT Roorkee.
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An Electric Vehicle Course is a program or training that provides individuals with knowledge and skills related to Electric Vehicles (EVs). These courses typically cover various aspects, including EV technology, maintenance, charging infrastructure, safety protocols, and environmental considerations.
To start an Electric Vehicle Course, you can follow these steps:
Eligibility for an Electric Vehicle Course may vary by program and institution. In general, individuals with a background in automotive engineering, electrical engineering or a related field may be eligible. Some courses are also open to enthusiasts, automotive industry professionals, or individuals seeking a career change. It’s advisable to check the specific admission criteria of the institution offering the course.
Top companies like Tesla, which is known for advanced EV technology, Tata Motors and Ford, both are renowned for investing heavily in electric vehicles. Other companies like Nissan, BMW, and Volkswagen Group, are focusing on EV innovations. Keep in mind that industry dynamics may have evolved, so check current sources for the latest information.
Yes, pursuing a career in Electric Vehicles can be a good choice for several reasons: