What are the companies that hire for a mechanical engineer job that has an aggregate greater than 50 percent?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Ricky Tyler



What are the companies that hire for a mechanical engineer job that has an aggregate greater than 50 percent?

Many of the companies ask for a minimum of 60%. I have not seen companies asking for 50%. If the percentage is above 50% and less than 60%, learn about mechanical software, if possible from a reputable organization. This could help you in your career.

You should not worry about your percentage. You should think about what you can do for an employer. When you have an answer to this, there will be an employer for you. People need you and your skills, not that role.

There are 3 aspects to this ...

  1. Are you cooler?
  2. Are you an experienced professional?
  3. Do you have a topic in your councils that you have an aptitude for?

Well, to the extent that it can scratch my cables, I would add the above-mentioned rating to your question.

First of all, for a cooler show, it's a shitty show, to sum it up for you, big-name companies mostly prefer professionals with a slab of favorable experience ranging from 2 to 3 years. You will have to prepare yourself from the third year. The parameters would instill extensive practice in logical and analytical reasoning. Th

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There are 3 aspects to this ...

  1. Are you cooler?
  2. Are you an experienced professional?
  3. Do you have a topic in your councils that you have an aptitude for?

Well, to the extent that it can scratch my cables, I would add the above-mentioned rating to your question.

First of all, for a cooler show, it's a shitty show, to sum it up for you, big-name companies mostly prefer professionals with a slab of favorable experience ranging from 2 to 3 years. You will have to prepare yourself from the third year. The parameters would instill extensive practice in logical and analytical reasoning. The focus on building your personality along with a touch of lucid English would help you maneuver your course to cement a position for the HR round. After that, everything is improvisation.

Second, being an experienced professional does open doors, trying to fall into the 2 + year bar that would require a lot of patience, if I insist that it would be worth it. Take a part-time management course to get the same finger on many cakes. Many top-tier companies also sponsor it.

Third, saving the best for last would improve your confidence and personality. Knowledge of the literature of your domains is a paramount parameter in your arsenal that changes course. It is imperative that we be solid in our literature to come to terms with the interviewers.

Like I said save the best for last, search your family domain who can get some contacts, just log in. Be attentive, patient, the process is smoothed out if you work with the flow. It is very important that you get an idea if you have some contacts and you are waiting for the right moment ... that is not happening ... entering the system is very necessary. It wouldn't be a walk in the park, even if you have connections and have secured your position in the industry, you should keep the atmosphere around you in such a way that they subtly feel that you are the person for a particular job. You are ostracized in no time.

You have to work hard on all of the above cases.

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I am a mechanical engineer working for the number 1 forging company in India and number 2 in the world (Bharat Forge Limited). I worked for "Make in India".

Any core company is divided into departments such as Sales, Engineering, Contract, Heat Treatment, PPC, Production, etc. Now each department deals with the subjects taught in Mechanical Engineering. For example, the Engineering department needs a deep knowledge of Machine Design, AutoCAD, CATIA, SOLID WORKS, etc. Heat treatment requires knowledge of Materials Science. Production implies knowledge of Manufacturing processes. Quality implies knowledge of the MOS.

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I am a mechanical engineer working for the number 1 forging company in India and number 2 in the world (Bharat Forge Limited). I worked for "Make in India".

Any core company is divided into departments such as Sales, Engineering, Contract, Heat Treatment, PPC, Production, etc. Now each department deals with the subjects taught in Mechanical Engineering. For example, the Engineering department needs a deep knowledge of Machine Design, AutoCAD, CATIA, SOLID WORKS, etc. Heat treatment requires knowledge of Materials Science. Production implies knowledge of Manufacturing processes. Quality implies knowledge of the MOS.

I also worked for DLW as an intern and the process was also the same, it doesn't matter which company you join, as there are a lot of learning opportunities in each main company, what matters is your interest and the subject in which you are good at and want more information. You can join any company and if you are lucky you can get your favorite department.

The things that matter when choosing a company are

1 package

2.Location

3.Brand

Now if you want to earn more GATE is an option but some of my friends are working as management trainees at PSU even after passing technical exams and interviews the location is also sometimes good and sometimes in the middle of the any. it means I'm talking about big, well-known companies like Tata Motors, BFL, Maruti, BHEL, ONGC, etc., when a new member of those companies is just a pawn in the game. company and the way it does business. After a period of time you will feel saturation in learning and everything will be just algorithm. If you want to apply your knowledge and do something productive, you have to stand out since the top management of that company is usually a traditional Mechanical Engineer who does not like changes.

MY ADVICE-

If you want to learn and apply knowledge, do further study like M.tech or PhD and then apply for such companies as Masters can apply knowledge and are free to research.

If you just want to make money, join any company, learn the basic procedure in a year, change companies and increase your package.

If you want to be a consultant for large companies, learn Total Productivity Maintenance, you will be the protagonist of all Management and you will be respected.

So the short answer to the question is, it doesn't matter which company you join as they are almost all the same. Pursue your favorite subject or department. All the best.

Let's not just mention the list of top companies that make world-class products.

According to me, no company is the BEST for any field, much less Mechanical Engineering; You know why?

Because you are valuable to the company only until you keep working hard and complete projects on time anyway.

No company will retain you the moment you stop providing supplies for whatever reason. I'm not saying that all companies are bad, but 99% are sheep of the same flock.

Now regarding BEST.

Which company is the BEST depends on your perspective.

If you are a person who is always looking for new challenges

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Let's not just mention the list of top companies that make world-class products.

According to me, no company is the BEST for any field, much less Mechanical Engineering; You know why?

Because you are valuable to the company only until you keep working hard and complete projects on time anyway.

No company will retain you the moment you stop providing supplies for whatever reason. I'm not saying that all companies are bad, but 99% are sheep of the same flock.

Now regarding BEST.

Which company is the BEST depends on your perspective.

If you are a person who is always looking for new challenges, no company is the best, you will always find a lack of challenges and you will get bored while you keep doing similar things for a certain time.

If you are a true patriot and would do nothing but serve the country, help improve technology locally, go around the world, a government institution like BARC or ISRO is the BEST jobs for you.

Now comes the better option than the BEST, which is eventually the choice of about 99% of the people.

Serving the country is one thing, having the satisfaction of working for someone or a company due to the reputation it can give you is another.

But the most important criterion for any person is their financial well-being and that of their family. You don't want to be in a condition where you just don't know what will happen to your family if you die or lose your job suddenly. You need to have enough money / material to keep going until you find another job, at best.

That said, and in the end, the only thing that matters is materialistic comfort, a job that pays you well enough to afford that family vacation once or twice a year, no matter where, a job that pays you well to buy that one. new gaming laptop. You always thought about buying a day, a job that pays enough to pay for the best health care for your family, a job that pays well enough to save some for retirement, it's a GOOD JOB!

These companies offer the largest or most interesting mechanical engineering internship programs that I know of.

  • Boeing: Probably the largest program out there, I'd bet they hire the most ME interns from every company. ME interns work on all of its core products, from its popular commercial aircraft (7x7) to satellites, experimental aircraft, and submarines. Most of the positions are in the Seattle area (Renton, Everett, Bellevue), but Boeing has a large presence in SoCal (Santa Monica, Long Beach) and Missouri (St. Louis).
  • Northrop Grumman / Lockheed Martin: Two Defense Giants
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These companies offer the largest or most interesting mechanical engineering internship programs that I know of.

  • Boeing: Probably the largest program out there, I'd bet they hire the most ME interns from every company. ME interns work on all of its core products, from its popular commercial aircraft (7x7) to satellites, experimental aircraft, and submarines. Most of the positions are in the Seattle area (Renton, Everett, Bellevue), but Boeing has a large presence in SoCal (Santa Monica, Long Beach) and Missouri (St. Louis).
  • Northrop Grumman / Lockheed Martin - Two defense giants involved in nearly every government program. They have offices everywhere, but some big hubs include SoCal, Colorado, Georgia, and Florida.
  • NASA: If you loved science as a kid, you probably dreamed of working at NASA. The mechanical engineers here work on all kinds of interesting space research. Some major sites include Goddard (Greenbelt, MD), Ames (Sunnyvale, CA), Jet Propulsion Lab (Pasadena, CA), and Kennedy Space Center (Cape Canaveral, CA)
  • SpaceX / Tesla: Of course, Elon Musk's companies had to be here. They hire interns from ME for a variety of roles, from avionics and rocket design for Space X to powertrain design and chassis design for Tesla. SpaceX's main facilities are in Texas, SoCal, and Florida, with a satellite office (pun intended ...) in Seattle.
  • Chevron / Exxon: Big money for great oil! Mechanical engineering interns here can work upstream (drilling and oil extraction), midstream (transportation), or downstream (refining). Most locations are in California (San Ramon, Bakersfield, Los Angeles County) or Texas.

Some honorable mentions. All of these companies have excellent internship programs for ME, but they don't have a very large recruiting presence in most schools.

  • Apple: Apple is a VERY mechanically focused company. They really try to seek out the best of the best, but entering as an intern can be difficult because they don't recruit from so many schools. Most (if not all interns) are located in the various Cupertino, CA offices
  • Amazon Lab126 - Like Apple, but they recruit from even fewer schools. The main office is in Sunnyvale, CA
  • Intel: Intel has a large presence in most schools, but if you ask them about mechanical engineering internships, most recruiters won't know what to answer. Most ME internships are in facilities management, which may not be to everyone's liking. The main campuses for ME interns are in Arizona (Chandler) and Oregon (Hillsboro)
  • Walt Disney Parks and Resorts / Imagineering: From what I've gotten, it's an amazing place to do an internship. Building rides and attractions for the biggest theme parks in the world has to be very exciting!

Actually none. Most companies don't need as many engineers as the software industry.

There are many talented and experienced people who are willing to work hard.

So why should companies hire cooler people with a big investment and who will have to get more training period to get into industrial shape? These are some of the reasons that mechanical companies don't hire many newbies.

I, one of you, also faces the same things.

Here is something that may work. If you really want to get your dress dirty, become a mechanical engineer.

  1. Try to be placed from
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Actually none. Most companies don't need as many engineers as the software industry.

There are many talented and experienced people who are willing to work hard.

So why should companies hire cooler people with a big investment and who will have to get more training period to get into industrial shape? These are some of the reasons that mechanical companies don't hire many newbies.

I, one of you, also faces the same things.

Here is something that may work. If you really want to get your dress dirty, become a mechanical engineer.

  1. Try to get a placement from your university
  2. Always work or learn or do something that is related to the Mechanical field.
  3. Try to learn as much as CAD software (solidworks, CATIA, ANSYS).
  4. Brush up on your basics from time to time.
  5. The hard opinion is learning to decipher the GATE test. Not for higher education, but to pass many good and respectable government job exams (like ISRO).
  6. There are other job oriented courses like NDT, HVAC, Piping ... but you may or may not get a job. Then the Middle East will become your paradise.

Life as a mechanical engineer is very difficult at first, but it helps you find yourself, where you want to be.

As my mother says, 'you took mechanical engineering for a reason, you love so why commit yourself to something less that is less your dream'.

Everyone will get a first job if they try all possible roots. The first job is the key to the second ... committing to your first salary, but never the second.

Good luck.

The top companies that hire mechanical engineers are many, to name a few:

ABB Group, BAARC, BHEL, BEML, Bosch Group, BNPM, BPCL, Caterpillar, CELHPCL, Coal India Ltd, DRDO, Ford Group, GAIL, GSECL, HPCL, Hundai Group, IOCL, IPR, Kirlosker Group, L&T Group, MDL, MECL, Mahendra & Mahendra group, NFL, NALCO, NHPC, NLC Ltd, NTPC, Oil India, OPGC Ltd, ONGC Ltd. Electric network, Reliance groups, RITES, Tata group, THDC, TVS group, WBSEDCL, etc.

A mechanical engineer to be placed in a central company / good company, must have the basic ideas on some of the subjects (with some practical exposition). That aside, you can even choose a handful

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The top companies that hire mechanical engineers are many, to name a few:

ABB Group, BAARC, BHEL, BEML, Bosch Group, BNPM, BPCL, Caterpillar, CELHPCL, Coal India Ltd, DRDO, Ford Group, GAIL, GSECL, HPCL, Hundai Group, IOCL, IPR, Kirlosker Group, L&T Group, MDL, MECL, Mahendra & Mahendra group, NFL, NALCO, NHPC, NLC Ltd, NTPC, Oil India, OPGC Ltd, ONGC Ltd. Electric network, Reliance groups, RITES, Tata group, THDC, TVS group, WBSEDCL, etc.

A mechanical engineer to be placed in a central company / good company, must have the basic ideas on some of the subjects (with some practical exposition). Other than that, you can even pick a handful of them to master the concept. Surely there are many job opportunities available. Please do not directly think about joining good companies. With some experience in small or medium industries, things are going to go very well.

In mechanical engineering there are four large groups / areas such as:

i) Manufacturing engineering, ii) Thermal engineering, iii) Design engineering, iv) Industrial engineering.

You decide which area of ​​mechanical engineering you want to focus on and begin to focus in that direction.

Try to learn the latest software skills in your area of ​​interest.

Have faith in the Almighty and yourself, and move on, all the best.

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You can try the following options to get a job at a major engineering firm: -

1. Get a cover letter from your university principal addressed to "EVERYONE CONCERNED" recommending your candidacy to the Company and try to meet with the Manufacturing Units in the industrial belt where you live or closer to your location and check if there are vacancies.

2.PSU (BHEL, NTPC, SAIL, IOCL, BPCL, THERMAL POWER STATIONS) hires new engineers as management trainees. Apply to them after GATE.

3.Identify experienced engineers already working in manufacturing companies and ask them to refer to their

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You can try the following options to get a job at a major engineering firm: -

1. Get a cover letter from your university principal addressed to "EVERYONE CONCERNED" recommending your candidacy to the Company and try to meet with the Manufacturing Units in the industrial belt where you live or closer to your location and check if there are vacancies.

2.PSU (BHEL, NTPC, SAIL, IOCL, BPCL, THERMAL POWER STATIONS) hires new engineers as management trainees. Apply to them after GATE.

3. Identify experienced Engineers already working in Manufacturing Companies and ask them to refer their candidacy. Many recruits happen this way.

4. Make sure you have updated your technical skills, communication skills, and that you are solid in your basics. Blaming the university for a lack of teaching staff or adequate infrastructure will not work. You must justify why it is worth the selection.

5. Contact experienced engineers dealing with turnkey projects at reputable companies such as contractors and look for apprenticeships. They always select new engineers and train them, but they pay very little and the work will be hard. The experience gained is very useful.

6. You can also undertake the commercialization of industrial products that require you to travel extensively throughout the city, the state or even the country. This will give you the opportunity to learn about many industries and search for suitable vacancies. The relationship you develop in this job can lead to good placements, very often.

If you are looking for work in the IT industry, develop technical skills, communication skills and search for vacancies directly and through job portals.

Best wishes.

Getting a job at a major company depends on your experience and the specific job. However, as a recent graduate, the critical first step to an interview is a CV that stands out from all the rest. A good CV will have elements like this:

  • A transcript showing good grades.
  • Any work or internship experience that is relevant to the job.
  • Evidence that you can learn quickly and solve problems, from school contests and senior projects.
  • Examples that show you are familiar with CAD and engineering software
  • Evidence that you are passionate about mechanical engineering, from your own hobbies and personal projects.
  • References You Will Know
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Getting a job at a major company depends on your experience and the specific job. However, as a recent graduate, the critical first step to an interview is a CV that stands out from all the rest. A good CV will have elements like this:

  • A transcript showing good grades.
  • Any work or internship experience that is relevant to the job.
  • Evidence that you can learn quickly and solve problems, from school contests and senior projects.
  • Examples that show you are familiar with CAD and engineering software
  • Evidence that you are passionate about mechanical engineering, from your own hobbies and personal projects.
  • References that will say that you are a mature and intelligent person, who knows that you still have a lot to learn.

Post your CV on engineering job sites and submit it to any company where you want to have work experience. Add a cover letter that emphasizes your interest in the company and that you want to work there for a long time. It should be clear, complete, well-formatted, and brief.

Before you go on a job interview, be sure to search websites and books on what to do in an engineering job interview. You only get one shot at that job, you don't want to screw it up.

Once you get a job, you must perform well to keep it. Take a look at the answers here: What does it take to be a good engineer?

Nowadays, most of the companies have started a new trend of making a cooler signal link.

The only reason this is because the employee does not leave after gaining experience of 2 years or so, but if you read the voucher correctly, it may not be mentioned anywhere that we cannot break the voucher or that we have to pay an amount. money to break the bond, but the fact is that no one can take any action against us, even if we break the bond.

So you can easily sign a link and also walk away if you have a better chance.

And yes, there are some companies that accept engineering jobs without bond, but that varies from company to company.

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Nowadays, most of the companies have started a new trend of making a cooler signal link.

The only reason this is because the employee does not leave after gaining experience of 2 years or so, but if you read the voucher correctly, it may not be mentioned anywhere that we cannot break the voucher or that we have to pay an amount. money to break the bond, but the fact is that no one can take any action against us, even if we break the bond.

So you can easily sign a link and also walk away if you have a better chance.

And yes, there are some companies that accept engineering jobs without bond, but that varies from company to company.

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