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CV, Graduate Automotive Engineer Looking Globally

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 40844
(06/09/1988, male)
List top 5 skills: automotive engineering, catia v5, dfmea, product development, quality monitoring
Short Bio:

I am a passionate, result driven enthusiast who had recently completed Bachelors Automotive Engineering from Coventry university. I have managed my studies with work and other commitments, which has enabled me to improve skills in time management, multitasking and quality management.

I am looking forward for an opportunity to showcase the qualities I have earned from university as a student and a staff in an organisation which is a reputed firm in the Automotive Industry.

Current location: 

Kerala, India - View on map



Spoken languages: 

Arabic, english, german, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil

Locations I am interested in working:



Career Objective

Hard working, Passionate and Technical oriented automotive engineering graduate who combined studies with working and other commitments is seeking an opportunity to work with powertrain or product development divisions. Keen to enhance technical skills alongside personal and professional development. Possess valuable project experience within the degree and has also developed skills in leadership, communication, planning, management and attention to detail from work experiences with Coventry University and other organisations.



2011 – 2015
BEng (Honours) Automotive Engineering
Coventry University, Coventry, England 

Working part-time and managing studies has helped to polish skills in technical applications, time management, decision making and to develop effective communication and interpersonal skills. 

Learned to use industry standard software’s to model, analyse and validate vehicle behaviour, components and systems 

Industrial visits to Jaguar Land Rover, Vauxhall, Nissan and Morgan provided wider idea of the operations involved in the development of an automobile from a design sketch to a production model Final year individual project: Experimental investigation of Automotive Aerodynamics

Investigate the airflow around the rear wing of a Mini Countryman WRC car from the 2012 Season 

The airflow around the stock rear wing was analysed using specialist software 

A modified design was generated using SOLIDWORKS and was tested in wind tunnel to validate the improvement in the flow characteristics  Both models were tested in the state of the art Mercedes F1 wind tunnel

2008 – 2011:
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Udaya Polytechnic College, Tamil Nadu, India 

Three years of Diploma has helped in improving good knowledge in technical applications, engineering Standards, process planning and development`

Core Modules:

Automotive Engines: 

Studied the design, operating parameters and performance calculations of an engine

Analysed solutions for combustion calculations on spark ignition and combustion ignition engine 

Looked into engine breathing (Supercharging and turbocharging) and engine emissions

Product Innovation: 

Explored the possibility of incorporating an air compressor into VW Golf’s 1.4TSi engine to improve its efficiency more than the NEDC cycle. Used Exhaust gas regeneration (EGR) to feed the compressor 

Researched and evaluated the market to analyse the viability of the product 

Generation of different concepts were made according to market and customer requirement 

Selection of concept was made by analysing them with tools like LCA, QFD, PDS, Concept/Criteria matrices, DFM, DFA, FMEA, DFMEA and Quality and Value analysis 

Also a powered tail gate mechanism was designed for a Land Rover Discovery. The mechanism was designed in CATIA and was developed by following all the product innovation tools

Intelligent transportation systems 

Developed a broad understanding about automated systems to make automobiles safer  Learned to programme an automated engine control unit or safety system using LabVIEW 

Factory visit to Jaguar Land Rover helped in understanding the attention to detail manufacturer’s emphasis on developing automated systems

Vehicle Safety and Structures 

Investigated the structural and occupant injury outcome of 2014 Toyota Prius at a 35mph frontal impact 

The vehicle body was meshed using Hyper mesh software 

Relevant information’s were extracted from the National Highway transport safety administration (NHSTA) website data plot. From the injury criteria obtained, the legal values are compared to see if the injury plots are in safe limits 

An outlook into the Euro NCAP legal requirements during the design and development was developed


Volunteering Experience
Auditor for Responsible Futures, National Union of Students/NUS
May 2015


The sustainability report and activities of Worcester University for the last three years were audited.

Had an interactive session with students and staffs about the sustainable activities carried out so far.

Visited Worcester campus and interviewed some of the senior personnel’s at the university about their view on sustainability and their targeted goals for the coming years


Work Experience

November 2013 – July 2015
Data Collection and Inputting assistant at Graduate Destinations, Coventry University


Destination of leavers from Higher education (DLHE) surveys were conducted to recent graduates to collect information and input them to the university database

This confidential information was considered by professional bodies to determine the ranking of the university in various league tables

As a result of the collective team effort, Coventry University became the 15th best University in the UK as per The Guardians University league table 2016

Ambassador – Sustainable Transportation at Green@CU, Coventry University (October 2014 – May 2015)

Responsibilities: Promote environmental friendliness by organising campaigns about the possibilities of recycling throughout Coventry university campus

Implemented car sharing and promoted the usage of cycles to reduce the carbon footprint caused by the IC engine emissions

Free bike workshops were organised. New electric car charging points will be functional in the future


August 2014 – September 2014
Conference Ambassador
Coventry University Saudi Aramco summer conference


Worked with the organisers to create and modify schedules, handle the queries of delegates and manage a team to provide assistance if required

Successfully lead a team of four delegates and motivated them to complete a project “Cost effective method for minimising the hazards caused by improper disposal of automotive batteries”


October 2013 – September 2014
Research support staff
Coventry University Research Solutions


Work with research assistants to improve the overall quality of teaching by carrying out module evaluation surveys, preparing questionnaires, scanning, inputting and emailing


Technical Skills

Lab work:

Possess strong diagnostic and analytical skills due to hands on learning experience. 

CAD and IT: MATLAB, CATIA, SOLIDWORKS, Hyper mesh, CES selector, LabVIEW and MS-Office 

Log Books:  The use of log books in every design coursework’s has improved the attention to detail, inputting and organisation of the collected data



Passionate about automotive and motorsport industry. 

Follows the journals and forums discussing the change from the NEDC to WLTP and also about the EPA Federal Test Procedure

Support organisations which promote Sustainability 

Study about the trends in civil aviation. Visits nearest airports for Aviation photography

Make travel videos and upload them in YouTube 

Keen to learn new languages.







Basic understanding in German and Arabic