Chennai startup launches course in EV technology

With a view to providing in-depth learning on electric vehicles to undergraduate engineering students, Chennai-based startup Skill-Lync has partnered with Ansys, a global leader in design and simulation software provider, to launch a basic course in EV technology.

The course, to be provided free, will cover different mechanical and electrical aspects of simulations with respect to an electric vehicle, including design and simulation and setting up of the charging infrastructure.

As part of the partnership, Ansys has provided access to several softwares to create an introductory course to understand the basics of electric vehicles. The duration of this course is eight to 12 weeks. Students can complete the courses using the Ansys student version of the software available free of cost.

Mr Surya P, Co-founder & CEO, Skill-Lync, said, “There is no other platform in the world that focuses on teaching in-depth technical skills to non-software engineering students the way we do. We strongly believe that EV will play a significant role in the future of the world and these students will be building tools that will help electric vehicle OEMs and their suppliers predict and simulate real world scenarios through Ansys products.”