This report presents a conceptual and theoretical implementation of an idea of “Camless IC Engines” as our Final Year Project for BE Mechatronics Engineering. Chapter one comes with an introduction of the idea of camless valve-trains. It explains in detail, the advantages camless IC engines would have over conventional ones if this idea is implemented in commercial vehicles. Second chapter follows with a description of the project and a detailed insight of the components used. Modeling, both mechanical as well as electrical, has been presented in chapter three. Chapter four follows with the detailed and elaborated experimental setup that we followed while moving with the project. It explains our work breakdown and the phases in which we attained the fulfillment of the project requirements with our main focus being laid on control methodology adopted to achieve the variable-valve-timing electronically and accurately. Chapter five gives the results and conclusions arrived upon completion of the project. Last chapter lays down the necessary recommendations in case this project is continued in future by students or professionals in the same field.