Motor Cycle Assembler Fitter

Minimum ? Diploma/B.E (Mechanical)

Will be updated

The tasks an Assembler (Motor Cycle) is expected to perform include:

Assembling motor cycle, auto-rickshaw, scooter, etc. from finished components, making necessary settings and adjustment and ensuring their correct performance

Keeping various assembly parts in convenient bins near work table

Assembling motor cycle or scooter engine form various parts such as piston, crank shaft, valves, tappets, etc. by necessary tooling, settings and adjustments and fitting it securely with bolts and nuts on machine frame ensuring correct balancing and alignment

Proficiency in fitting parts and components in prescribed order of sequence and assembling various units like gear mechanism, clutch, kick starter, etc.

Adept at making necessary checks and adjustments to fittings and to assembled units at every stage using gauges, callipers and other devices and ensuring that fittings conform to prescribed specifications

Well-versed with fitting various mechanical and electrical connections like driving chain, control cable, control levers, switches to handlebar, magneto cables, oil levels, etc. in machine

Knowledge of starting engine, running it on idle test and rectifying any defects in engine, clutch, gear box, etc. noticed

Proficiency in rejecting defective parts and replacing them with new ones

Adept at rectifying defects indicated on road test by further settings and adjustments as necessary

Well-versed with lubricating all moving parts and points with grease gun


Knowledge of working on batch or line assembly and assembling various units like frame building fork assembly, wheel building, brake assembly, clutch assembly, fuel tank fitting, etc.

Knowledge of driving motor cycle on road to test for efficiency

Physically fit



Time management skills

Ability to work independently

Problem-solving skills

Dealing with complexity

Analytical skills

It needs one to be on their toes

May need to handle a team

Local travelling is not a part of this job role

Part-time work and contractual jobs are available in some cities

Work from home option is not available

Working hours
Working hours are 10/12 hours everyday for 5/6 days a week. This may vary from workshop to workshop

Shift system maybe available

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?

This job is considered mildly hazardous or dangerous

Health hazards include exposure to chemicals, toxic materials, etc.

Occupational hazards include strain on eyes, risk of accidents, injuries, chemical reactions, slips, etc.

For freshers - INR 30,000 to INR 35,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Overview of Automotive Sector in India

The Indian auto industry is known as a global hub for manufacturing compact cars and, therefore, the value of FDI in the sector is also increasing. The FDI in the automotive sector accounted for 3.9 per cent during the years 2000 to 2011. This increased to 6.9 per cent in 2012 and 2013. This is further positioned to increase as more foreign players are looking to expand their manufacturing base in India. Till December 2013, India received 9,99,648 crores of FDI out of which 44,880

crores was in automobile.

The contribution of the auto and auto components sector is pegged at a CAGR of approximately 8% up to the year 2016. Industry growth, changing technology, growing economy, larger income at disposal and lowering first hand life-cycle of cars have triggered requirements for fresh skilling and up-skilling in the sector. By 2022, nearly 15 million people are expected to be employed in automobile sector directly in the industry.

19.1 million people are employed in automobile sector directly or indirectly. This includes manufacturing in OEM, auto components, raw material factories, automobile dealers, service centres, and other enabler sectors. Presently, more than 70 per cent of the auto component companies are SMEs. Access to capital, technology and the high rate of interest would limit their growth. Further, the automotive sector has 56 per cent of workforce which is second highest after telecom sector. By 2022, the employment in this sector is expected to reach 38 million. The incremental employment is higher in indirect employment, which is expected to go up to 68 per cent of the total employment

. As the industry grows, so will job opportunities for Assembler (Motor Cycle).

Automobile manufacturing units across India

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