What is the scope and status of mechanical engineers in India or abroad? Is it preferable to take this branch as a career?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Bobby Doyle



What is the scope and status of mechanical engineers in India or abroad? Is it preferable to take this branch as a career?

Mechanical Engineering, the mother branch of engineering. Speaking of scope, if you did mech engg in clg like IIT, government and private freelancers then you will definitely get a good salary in good companies if in IIT. In government and private self-employed workers, the salary would drop a little as well as the percentage of placement. But things are not that easy, you need a great talent to get in. Defense Sector The Indian navy and army recruit mechanical engineers every year with a minimum package of 7.6 ...

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It is a harsh reality these days that mechanical, civil, electrical (mainly mechanical) engineers do not have the opportunity to get a job. Let me tell you a very tough story now.
Suppose a boy (mechanical engineering is famous for being male-only) with good enough merits scored 85-95% in classes X and XII (it's not easy to score nearly 85-90 at WBBHSC %) and got a decent college. Now the drama begins. He first noticed that the university had no infrastructure. He had teachers who lacked the skills to teach. Still, he read with books and materials online. RS Khurmi, SS Rattan

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It is a harsh reality these days that mechanical, civil, electrical (mainly mechanical) engineers do not have the opportunity to get a job. Let me tell you a very tough story now.
Suppose a boy (mechanical engineering is famous for being only male in height) with good enough merits scored 85-95% in classes X and XII (WBBHSC is not easy to score nearly 85-90 %) and got a decent college. Now the drama begins. He first noticed that the university had no infrastructure. He had teachers who lacked the skills to teach. Still, he read with books and materials online. RS Khurmi, SS Rattan, ND Bhatt, Timoshenko-young, PK Nag, even Pearson's books helped him get a good enough score (be more than 8 points) and understand the basic fundamentals of mechanical engineering.
Then came the fourth year. He saw a darkness in his future. IT companies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Capgemini, etc. are only options available to a mechanics student. Many of his friends went there, but he tried to keep his ambition to do a job at the main company. No company was interested in giving that person a job. The university placement cell is a real hassle. 3.5 lacs to 5 lacs INR have already been spent. The placement cell is reluctant to support you. Finally, only two companies went there with a salary of between INR 20,000 and INR 22,000 per month. Outside of the “POOL CAMPUS” placement among 2000 students, only 2-4 were placed. So overall, out of 70 students, only 4 were placed in the main company and many students who had no idea of ​​mechanical engineering were placed in the IT industry (30 is the number of students). So the rest of them had fought hard but they just lost hope and all the hard work of the X-class was in vain. Yes, that was exactly what accompanied me.

Now another reality. Some of his friends started joining Gateforum and started preparing for GATE, which is not an easy exam for sure. He tried but could not score as he had no guidance due to the bad financial situation. Then some of the low-level students (his mechanic friends) were placed by the source of the father, mother, uncle, aunt, etc. The hero of this story kept emailing resumes to various companies. None of them responded because it was cooler; A long break in his career and his illusion.

Even if you had a chance from a well-known company (I WILL NOT GIVE THE NAME HERE), even after the medical exam you passed, they told you it was not necessary.

So people here always keep saying that engineers lack skills. How can you be so sure of their quality when you don't even give them a chance !!! It really is a disgusting current situation.
That is why engineers are lowering their status. Jobs given to a new one aren't even engineering jobs these days. They are paid like local call center employees and forced to work nearly 12 to 13 hours a day.

Originally Answered To: What is the scope of mechanical engineering in India?
Mechanics is the most fundamental field of engineering, all courses are based on pure mathematics and simple logic of physics. However, the topic progresses quite a bit as you delve into it.

Now to the post-B.Tech jobs in mechanics: there are a lot. As long as men depend on machines, there will be a demand for mecanichis. However, most of them are not core (even 10 Lpa PSUs).

Sorry to say, but the irony of this beautiful field is that in India B.Tech Mechanchis are more or less hard-working though

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Originally Answered To: What is the scope of mechanical engineering in India?
Mechanics is the most fundamental field of engineering, all courses are based on pure mathematics and simple logic of physics. However, the topic progresses quite a bit as you delve into it.

Now to the post-B.Tech jobs in mechanics: there are a lot. As long as men depend on machines, there will be a demand for mecanichis. However, most of them are not core (even 10 Lpa PSUs).

Sorry to say, but the irony of this beautiful field is that in India B.Tech Mechanchis are more or less workers albeit with better wages.
Or if not, mere supervisors who should keep their technical knowledge at home.

As a result, a lot of mecanchis have to follow one of these paths:
1) Get a job in basic technician (like I said, a rarity with only a B.Tech, maybe <1%)
2) Get a job in public sector (IES, PSU, central and state government)
3) Go abroad in one of the best universities and do research
4) Go to IAS
5) Bell the CAT (MBA)
6) Open GATE for M.Tech
7) Join the
Indian Army, Navy or Air Force 8) Go abroad in an ordinary college / university in countries with easier immigration laws (Australia, Canada) and try to get a permanent job and public relations.

Choose it before CS? I think definitely NOT, except in the case that you have been completely in this field since childhood, that is, that you are passionate about, unless you go for cs. I opened the mechanics branch at my university. He had an immense passion for it.

To anyone reading this post, I don't want to discourage you from being mecanchis. And in fact, if you really liked Physics and Math before, you will fully enjoy mechanics. Don't listen to anyone if you like that !! But go by mech for nothing more than an enlightening field experience.

Here is a pragmatic approach to making this decision:
1) if you are wealthy and interested in math + Phy: Don't look back !! Just do it without hesitation. (Rich here means ability to spend 20-40 lacs on studies right after B.Tech)
2) if you are rich / poor and not interested: just get the mechanical engg out of your damn mind, not for you.
3) if you are poor and interested: boy! you have such a difficult decision on your hands. If you can handle some tough days, if you can persevere to follow your interest, then be a mechanical engineer. If you study a lot at B.Tech, you can easily get into any of the PSUs by paying pretty well through GATE (you just have to sacrifice your technical side, that's what people in Indian mech companies do). And if you are brilliant, get a scholarship and go abroad for higher studies right after B.Tech.

Pay in mech is comparable to civil / electric but lower than CSE, very generally speaking.

A B.Tech from a reputable college / university increases your salary package, as does the fact that you are technically and socially well prepared in your final year.

It all comes down to your interest and motivation.

Yes ! Mechanical engineering is a dead end.

  1. If you think it is an electronic device. (Thermal engineering)

2. If you think it is an electrical device. (Design Engineering, Mechanics)

3. If you think a carpenter did it. (Industrial engineering, Ergonomics)

4. If you think this is going to become obsolete in the face of digital development. (Mechanics, Materials Science)

5. If you think digital devices will replace it. (Hydraulics)

6. If you think you are not mechanical at all. (Design engineering)

7. If you think these containers are not environmentally friendly. (Production engineering, Industrial and

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Yes ! Mechanical engineering is a dead end.

  1. If you think it is an electronic device. (Thermal engineering)

2. If you think it is an electrical device. (Design Engineering, Mechanics)

3. If you think a carpenter did it. (Industrial engineering, Ergonomics)

4. If you think this is going to become obsolete in the face of digital development. (Mechanics, Materials Science)

5. If you think digital devices will replace it. (Hydraulics)

6. If you think you are not mechanical at all. (Design engineering)

7. If you think these containers are not environmentally friendly (production engineering, industrial engineering)

8. If you think the world will be crime free and locks will be obsolete (Design, Mechanics)

9. If you think people will stop going to the gym.

10. If you think cycling is harmful to your health.

11. If you believe that all vehicles will be electric and therefore mechanical engineers are not required. (Automotive engineering)

12. If you think people will stop playing the guitar. (Acoustic engineering)

13. If you think the gasoline is coming from the fuel pump. (Petroleum engineering)

14. If you think bungee jumping is no longer fun (structural analysis)

16. If you think you have an alternative to this. (Aerospace technology)

17. If you think that everyone will prefer the steps to the elevators (mechanical, mechatronic)

18. If you think there will be peace everywhere. (Military engineering, Defense)

19. If you believe that drinking water cannot be contaminated in the future.

20. If you think hand washing is better than machine washing.

21. If you think this is….

22. If you believe ...

23. If you think …… (Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering)

24. And if you think you can make the needle at home.

Now let me explain

Mechanical engineering is the discipline that includes / involves / combines / overlaps

more than 30 disciplines.

  1. Basic physical sciences (physics and chemistry)
  2. Engineering mathematics
  3. Thermal engineering.
  4. Hydraulics
  5. Pneumatics.
  6. Structural analysis.
  7. Engineering design.
  8. Product design.
  9. Mechatronic.
  10. Material science
  11. Metallurgy.
  12. Quality assurance
  13. Reliability engineering
  14. Operations research
  15. Operations manager
  16. Supply chain management
  17. CAD / CAM,
  18. Automation.
  19. Control engineering.
  20. Robotics
  21. Automotive engineering.
  22. Production / manufacturing engineering.
  23. Industrial engineering.
  24. Nano technology
  25. Aerospace science
  26. Chemical engineering
  27. Civil Engineering
  28. Electric engineering
  29. Biomedical engineering.
  30. Biotechnology.
  31. Petroleum engineering.
  32. Acoustic engineering.
  33. Agricultural engineering

Future of mechanical engineering

Electric vehicles

Replacing the traditional internal combustion engine with cleaner battery-powered systems brings new challenges regarding torque and power loss, and the design of the mechatronics to support the new electrical system.

Additionally, as vehicle manufacturing becomes more automated, mechanical engineers will be front and center in robotics design and the assembly line.

Nanoengineering

Nanotechnology refers to the manipulation of materials at the smallest level. This rapidly growing field offers abundant opportunities for mechanical engineers.

In the coming years, mechanical engineers are expected to be an integral part of using nanotechnology to:

  • Create stronger composites
  • Develop superior renewable energy storage systems
  • Create advanced biomedical devices

Biomechatronics

The role of mechanical engineers in robotics advances even further with the rapid growth of biomechatronics. This field, which seeks to fuse body and machine, involves the design and testing of complex and intricate device architectures that mimic the musculoskeletal design of the body.

Mechanical engineers will be primarily involved in the design of mechanical sensors, controllers and actuators for biomedical devices used in miniature medical prosthetics and implants. In addition to the medical field, research is also being carried out on the use of biomechatronics in the military industry.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing is a constantly evolving field. Increasing pressures to increase production efficiency and minimize operating costs have driven the demand for new and innovative technologies.

Automation and robotics, an area in which mechanical engineers are crucial. It remains essential in helping manufacturing industries keep up with consumer demand while maximizing profits.

What does not belong to engineering is a dead end.

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For the people in the comment section asking the reason for the high unemployment of mechanical engineers. To answer the question

The problem of unemployment is not only of mechanical engineers, but of the entire industrial sector.

Many electrical engineers and electronic engineers are working in IT services like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, CTS, IBM, etc.

Many civil and mechanical engineers are working in banking services or taking coaching classes.

Some sell credit cards

The lucky ones go to the US, Germany and the Netherlands to pursue MS

The reason for this is that, after independence, the Indian economy has gradually shifted from the agricultural sector to the service sector (either formal or informal), leaving the industrial sector stagnant. "Normally, countries go from agriculture to industries and then to services, but India went directly to services and the development of an industrial base is 'skipped' and the workforce leaving agriculture was absorbed by the sector of Services The images below clarify the picture.

Consequently, the participation of the workforce in the industrial sector also remained stagnant.

However, the total number of engineering graduates each year has increased dramatically, leaving many graduates unemployed.

According to the 2019 National Employability Report Annual Engineers Report, roughly 80 percent of Indian engineering graduates are not employable in today's knowledge-driven economy. This signifies the pathetic condition of engineering education in India. Some important initiative in the direction of the quality of education is the need of the moment.

What are the future prospects for the industrial sector?

Our Government has already perceived that industrial and manufacturing growth is the best route for general economic development.

Make In India, Skill Development, Start-up India, Stand-up India, Entrepreneurship Skill Development Program are some of the examples.

Under Make in India, Momentum Sectors have been identified to provide a boost to Manufacturing and Start-up India to strengthen the startup ecosystem.

The Ease of Doing Business initiative aims to create an enabling environment by streamlining existing regulations and processes and eliminating unnecessary requirements and procedures.

Foreign direct investment policy and procedures have been progressively simplified and liberalized.

I hope the future industrial sector is bright, everyone will be employed!

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Thank you Ayana Vini for pointing this out.

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For people who claim that the rate of innovation in computing and electronics is much higher and there is very less innovation in mechanical engineering.

I agree that the rate of innovation in computing and electronics is far from that of mechanical engineering. I totally agree.

However, there is also a world beyond the computer. We can't eat data, we can't use the motherboard, and we can't brush our teeth with a transistor, and we can't drive a mouse.

What I mean is that for innovations in computing and electronics to be used we almost always have to have a foundation. Where will we use these innovations? We will use these innovations in electronics on a car, a robot, a drone, a rocket, a spaceship, an airplane, a helicopter, a fighter plane or any other equipment that should have the possibility of using mechanical engineering and we will be able to witness the innovations in these technologies. we can not?

The rate of innovations in computers and electronics is higher because they are new to humanity. Both emerged at the end of the 20th century and innovation has only just recovered in the last decade. Therefore, everything is new for us and we are able to perceive the small changes in it. Like after every 6 months, we see a new smartphone with some new technology. There are millions of applications that are released every day. We find it quite fascinating, right?

However, we have not been able to see the innovations in materials. We don't know about carbon fiber. We have ignored these innovations in biomechanics.

A South African Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius running during the 2011 World Athletics Championships in Daegu, South Korea

We have no idea of ​​innovation in the field of fluid dynamics because we cannot feel it.

There are also innovations in mechanical engineering.

The world dreams of a flying car, a smart robot, smart machines, and smart materials.

There is a great innovation in nanotechnology, robotics, biomechanics.

And I hope that in the NEXT EPIDEMIC like the CORONA virus, our concern will be intelligent robots equipped with artificial intelligence (of course, the credit goes to computing), who will take the infected to hospitals and operate them.

And in the times to come, biotechnology will take over both computer science and electronic engineering as the world has begun to witness biological warfare.

Where as Mechanical Engineering will continue to grow slowly like a turtle!

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Mechanical Engineering - Wikipedia

4 things to expect from the future of mechanical engineering

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Unless you have

  • a good / rich enough track record to get a job in multinational companies (such as BOSCH, Ford), Leyland, TVS.
  • Ability to decipher JEE, GATE, and other considered college exams
  • No responsibilities regarding the care of parents / family,

I would say a very big NO.

I am a mechanical engineer, in 2014 he passed out. My university did not have any recruiting on campus. So, graduates walk the streets and look for work (I think 70% of the people in our country do the same).

Before that, I want to share my academic scores, I got 90.8% in high school and 91% in high school. But during my time at school, I used to be a bookworm, but after that, in college

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Unless you have

  • a good / rich enough track record to get a job in multinational companies (such as BOSCH, Ford), Leyland, TVS.
  • Ability to decipher JEE, GATE, and other considered college exams
  • No responsibilities regarding the care of parents / family,

I would say a very big NO.

I am a mechanical engineer, in 2014 he passed out. My university did not have any recruiting on campus. So, graduates walk the streets and look for work (I think 70% of the people in our country do the same).

Before that, I want to share my academic scores, I got 90.8% in high school and 91% in high school. But during my time in school, I used to be a bookworm, but after that, in college I learned to study the concepts and understand and then I went to the exam. I managed to break 9.1 CGPA at my graduation. Like everyone else, I too thought I was getting good marks, that I could get a job easily. But after that I learned what it is like for an engineering graduate to get a job in India (especially mechanical). For the past two years, I worked as a job seeker. My field of interest is design, I have also taken design courses. (even though he knew design softwares, people want him to have a certificate, so for the sake of the certificate I went to the CADD center). But I didn't get a job in my stream. They offer me only these jobs

  • CNC machine operator, operating the same during an 8-hour rotating shift (1st week from 8 am to 4 pm, next week from 4 pm to 12 am, after 12 a. M. to 8 a. M.). It not only operates the machine, but also to clean the machine, collect the weed and dispose of it, clean the floor of refrigerant oil. In addition, your senior officer must hold a diploma. Salary 8k per month.
  • Delivery job where I have to bring the machined components to the customers, put them in the car together with the driver, get the cash, and return it to the company. Salary 9k per month, I also have to negotiate the rate with clients while receiving orders.
  • Here comes the biggest one, approaching the labor consultants (they call it labor industry, uffff) they get their CVs and charge fees of 5k dollars, as an initial fee. Then after you get a job, you have to pay half of your first month's salary. If you want an MNC job, you have to pay more. 80% of these people are scams. The remaining 20% ​​will get you a job, but not in your field of interest. (Again from point 1) I lost around 30k to these kinds of people.
  • Another is the jobs abroad (plumber, driver, hotel waiter, the list of ufff goes on) they also take your passport and give it to you after the completion of the deal in mainly Middle Eastern countries, then Canada, Singapore.

I also got an operator job for an 8k package in cities like Chennai. I cannot pay my living expenses also with such amount, after that I got money from home. I stayed there doing these jobs for 1 year to gain experience, but that experience does not give me a good job. Finally, after experiencing all these things for about a year and a half, I went to my hometown.

In contrast, my friend (s) who don't know what R means in thermal engineering class (R stands for refrigerator, says resistance once teacher asks) got a job at BOSCH, another still has backlogs (cleared after 1-year, 2nd grade) got a job at Ford, Maramalainagar, Chennai. Many stories like these, one on TVS because of the influence of his maternal uncle. (Except for him, no one tells me how they got a job there). Like everyone else, I too experienced a situation called People Are Temporary.

Now, after two years of completing my degree, I work in my interested field, (design) in a private company. I also get this job by paying some people. NOBODY LOOKS AT MY BRANDS, KNOWLEDGE (there may be good people, but I didn't see anyone, yet now). I'm not a genius like Amir Khan in 3 Idiots, but I have some in my pockets too. But influence, paisa, speaks louder than knowledge here. These same things also happen to Civil's friends, but they went to the Middle East as their requirements are beyond that.

Only IT people have lived their life, they might also have a hard time getting a job, after getting the same in all their lifestyle changes (I saw a lot of people), in addition to the recommendation, they only accept people with food products. But as for us, after getting a job we are also looking for a job to get a better one with the current experience. I am 24 years old with good academics, my salary is now 9k. I have to work 2 more years to liquidate my link with the current company (it may be 12k after 2 years) and get another one for a higher salary. (I am basically from a middle class family, I am the first graduate and salary occupies an important place in my life).

This is my situation, not only mine but that of most of our country's graduates, especially Tamilnadu. So my free advice to you is PLEASE DO NOT LOOK FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.

I hope you find it useful .. all the best .. :)

EDIT 1: Before I reply to the comments, I just want to share that I am very happy because my answer is seen by around 3000 users. It may be low for quora experts, but as a newbie, it means a lot to me. because it's one of the few questions I answered first.

First of all, I am not opposed to any IT person or their pay scales. I'm just saying that we (mechanics) are constantly looking for improvements both in our work / packages, in the ever-changing workplace. I am sure it should not happen with IT graduates, it can be one or two, then it will be installed in a company with good packages that too fast compared to us.

Second, about the GATE and IES categories. As I said before, I am not a genius like Amir in 3 idiots, also GATE and IES are not just a matter of knowledge, it is also a phenomenon called LUCK. One of my friends, who is the head of my department with 9.6 CGPA, prepared for the same thing for about 3 years (even this year he attended GATE) but he didn't even get 25% of the cut-off mark. (you might be able to say, go to the best training centers, plan and prepare blah blah blah, went to TIME in Bangalore) You can't do it. Another friend of mine, attended it without proper preparation and scored 23 points (belongs to the MBC category, became a GATE scorer in 2014). Few may be able to do it with proper preparation, but it mostly depends on LUCK.

Finally, I want to suggest one, who said he was unemployed for the last year. My friend, you can go to operator job and then look for a WHITE COLLAR (Design, Quality, Maintenance) job with that knowledge and experience. Otherwise, the best way that our engineering religion follows is BANK EXAM. It is easier to prepare (compared to GATE, IES). There are many training centers that cost you less, go there and get ready.

I hope you find this helpful..:)

Well, there are many sectors such as automotive, construction, oil and natural gas, consulting firms, pipelines, etc. where many mechanical engineers work. But more or less the life of most of these engineers is the same. Some of the cool facts about mechanical engineers are discussed below: -

  1. Mechanical engineers are problem solvers: -In most industries there are various problems, some are on a daily basis, some are long-term problems. But mechanical engineers are efficient in solving any problem in time. They are dynamic in nature, whether there is an assembly line problem, product failure,
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Well, there are many sectors such as automotive, construction, oil and natural gas, consulting firms, pipelines, etc. where many mechanical engineers work. But more or less the life of most of these engineers is the same. Some of the cool facts about mechanical engineers are discussed below: -

  1. Mechanical engineers are problem solvers: -In most industries there are various problems, some are on a daily basis, some are long-term problems. But mechanical engineers are efficient in solving any problem in time. They are dynamic in nature, whether there is an assembly line problem, product failure, personal problems, or any more serious problem in this world, mechanics have the guts to tackle them.

2. Most mechanical engineers reside or work out of town: -

Yes, this is a demerit of being a mechanical engineer, since most industries or institutions are located outside of the city, so they have their office on the outskirts or their home or even both. So they need to travel a lot while going to and from the office.

3. They don't have a sitting job: -

Yes, mechanical engineers don't sit around all day except they are from design-related work. They often have to visit the site, the assembly line, the suppliers, the customers, or anywhere else. This makes them dynamic and energetic. Vastly improve your experience.

4. Sometimes they have to work in polluted or hostile environments: -

Mechanical engineers may have to work / visit areas where the temperature is high, where there are gaseous emissions, where there is no ceiling, they even experience noise pollution and oil pollution more frequently in their workplace. But they have all their security equipment with them. This is also a very interesting part of your life. If you are not a mechanical engineer, you will not notice them.

5. They do not have a dress code: -

As for corporate jobs, they require formalities in their office, but mechanical engineers work mostly informally. They mostly wear safety shoes, jeans, and a T-shirt. But collarless shirts are not allowed in most industries.

6. Most of them are car enthusiasts: -

Automobiles, the gadget most demanded by these engineers. Whether it's a bike, car, or ATV, they are the best knowledge owners. They love the long journey. They love custom vehicles (see custom maruti 800)

7. They love adventure, sports and friends: -

Fuera de la oficina, a estos ingenieros les encanta hacer muchas cosas. Viajan, bailan, cantan, practican deportes y hacen muchas aventuras. De hecho, se repostan con estas actividades para mejorar su rendimiento.

8. Obtienen mejores salarios: -

As compared to other jobs they get better salaries. Starting salaries may be low but one can earn six digit salary with time and experience.

9. They have great soft skills as well:-

They know excel, powerpoint, autocad and other designing softwares very well. They can work on machines as well as computers in a very proficient way.

10. They often look for girls:-

They feel the scarcity of girls in their life. They find no girl in their class rooms, no girls in their company to work with. So have their eyes open in public places to check out girls.

At last most of the mechanical engineers live a balanced life. They love humans, nature and machines. :)

Mechanical engineering graduates are sought by employers in almost all sectors of the engineering industry.

    • engineering careers
  • Aerospace industry: researches, designs, manufactures, operates and maintains airplanes.
  • Automotive industry: designs, manufactures, distributes and markets motor vehicles
  • Chemical industry: encompasses oil companies, chemical manufacturers and the companies that support them (for example, to build new plants or develop new process technologies).
  • Construction industry: designs and builds infrastructure, buildings and building services (for example, heating and ventilation)
  • Defense industry - pr
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Los empleadores buscan graduados en ingeniería mecánica en casi todos los sectores de la industria de la ingeniería.

    • carreras de ingenieria
  • Industria aeroespacial: investiga, diseña, fabrica, opera y mantiene aviones.
  • Industria automotriz: diseña, fabrica, distribuye y comercializa vehículos de motor
  • Industria química: abarca las empresas petroleras, los fabricantes de productos químicos y las empresas que los respaldan (por ejemplo, para construir nuevas plantas o desarrollar nuevas tecnologías de proceso).
  • Industria de la construcción: diseña y construye infraestructura, edificios y servicios de edificios (por ejemplo, calefacción y ventilación)
  • Industria de defensa: proporciona equipos, apoyo y servicios para las fuerzas armadas y la seguridad nacional.
  • Industria electrónica: diseña y fabrica componentes y equipos completos para sectores que van desde la automoción hasta la medicina y el ejército.
  • Fast moving consumer goods industry – manufactures products such as household cleaning items, personal hygiene goods and convenience foods
  • Marine industry – develops and helps operate vessels
  • Materials and metals industry – activities include developing new materials and manufacturing components or end products
  • Pharmaceuticals industry – develops and manufactures drugs
  • Rail industry – designs, constructs, manages and maintains rail system components from trains and tracks to electrical power systems and train control systems
  • Utilities industry – helps supply power, water, waste management and telecoms.
  • power generation industry
  • oil and gas industry
    • some Non-engineering careers for mechanical engineers also are here.
  • If you want a non-technical career in the engineering sector, a number of the larger employers run graduate schemes in areas such as finance and management. You could also consider jobs in areas such as supply chain or technical sales. If you wish, you could start your career in an engineering job, then progress into a more business-focused role at a later date.

Outside the engineering industry, many employers welcome mechanical engineering graduates for their high level of numeracy and problem-solving mentality. In particular, IT companies and technical consultancies are well worth exploring, especially if you have some programming skills, as are patent attorneys. Your skill set will also go down well with recruiters for finance, management and business or management consulting graduate schemes, while teachers with technical backgrounds are always in demand.

You’ll also find niche areas of seemingly unrelated professions where your degree background will be a big help. How about training as a solicitor or barrister, then specialising in a technical area such as intellectual property, construction or energy, transport and infrastructure? Or working in technical publishing or science journalism?

Finalmente, recuerde que alrededor del 40% de los trabajos de posgrado están abiertos a graduados de cualquier disciplina de grado. Las actividades extracurriculares y las habilidades transferibles desarrolladas en la universidad podrían ayudarlo a lanzar su carrera en una dirección completamente nueva.

Mecánica en la actualidad amplía sus oportunidades profesionales a medida que el avance de la tecnología suma más opciones para aprender, adaptar y ampliar el conocimiento y las perspectivas laborales. Instituto de Tecnología y Gestión de KCC afiliado a la Universidad Técnica Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam de Lucknow (UP). Y aprobado por AICTE y tiene el campus más grande en Greater Noida es la mejor universidad de ingeniería. Ocupó el segundo lugar en cuanto a profesorado profundo y técnicas de enseñanza innovadoras en todo el norte de la India.

Particularly in Mechanical Engineering, the university offers specialization in Mechatronics, Automation, Robotics, 3

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Mechanics today broadens their career opportunities as the advancement of technology adds more options to learn, adapt and expand knowledge and job prospects. KCC Institute of Technology and Management affiliated with Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University of Lucknow (UP). And approved by AICTE and has the largest campus in Greater Noida is the best engineering college. It ranked second for in-depth teaching and innovative teaching techniques across North India.

Particularly in Mechanical Engineering the college offers specialisation in Mechatronics, Automation, Robotics, 3D Printing. Along with the specialisation, the college also offers free certification courses that highlight the resume from others and add great learning value

1. Mechatronix by Spoken tutorial by IIT Bombay

2. 3D Printing by Autodesk

3. Robotics by E-Yantra

4. Automation by Texas Instruments

5. Autocad by Autodesk

6. Fusion 360 by Autodesk

7. Autodesk Inventor by Autodesk

8. 3ds Max by Autodesk

Having said that, the are number of professions, you can opt for after completing your B.Tech.Below are the some options :

  • Product Design Engineer
  • Production Manager
  • Technical Engineer
  • Manufacturing System Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Research and Development Engineer
  • Production control supervisor

The above companies have partnership with the college in order to design the labs that provide latest technology to learn. In addition to that, availability of digital library, auditorium, Communication lab, Cafeteria, Sports complex of world-class level, Wi-Fi Connectivity, Hostels, etc provides a balanced development of students along with their learning. Most importantly, the college regularly conducts workshops, seminars, webinars, conference, Industrial visits, internship twice during the course and personality development and communication classes for the placement training.

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I am a 22 year old recent graduate, I work and have 1 year of professional experience in the non-core field of IT. I did mechanical engineering just for the reason that it would be easier than other branches (of course it isn't) and enjoy those graduation days. After graduating, I had the idea that I was not that good in this field and was reluctant to pursue some basic mechanical work. The reason was that it did not suit me, I could not remember my subjects or the relevant things that I studied nor cars were my cup of tea. Even my college friends from BCom explained the components of a car

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Im a 22 year old recent graduate, working and having 1 year of proffessional experience in non core IT field. I had done Mechanical engineering just for the reason that it would be easier than other branches( of course its not) and enjoy those grad days. After graduating I was under the notion that I was not so great in this field and was reluctant to get into some core mechanical job. The reason was it dint suite me, I was unable to remember my subjects or relevant things studied nor automobile's were my cup of Tea. Even my BCom ,undergraduate friends explained the components of an automobile better than me. I dint knew much of it even after learning for 4 years. There may be various reasons and I don't want to put the whole blame on me. I could say our education system itself is obsolete. Is mechanical engineering a theoretical or practical subject?. Students are forcibly learnt theoretically rather than practically. They would teach you on bearings but won't show you where its fitted in a car. Thus any mechanical engineer would be hesitant about his own field.

Hello there,

In case of opportunities in both the government and the private sector, I would like to side with ECE. If you want to walk with the current market trend in our country, then you should choose ECE.

Apart from this point, mechanical engineering is an evergreen engineering field. This field has a very good prospect in the government and also in the private giant construction sector.

As an electronic engineer, you can pursue both your main field and the software field if you wish.

Major multinational software companies also have requirements for experienced ECE engineers.

So now the choice is yours. Without

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Hello there,

In case of opportunities in both the government and the private sector, I would like to side with ECE. If you want to walk with the current market trend in our country, then you should choose ECE.

Apart from this point, mechanical engineering is an evergreen engineering field. This field has a very good prospect in the government and also in the private giant construction sector.

As an electronic engineer, you can pursue both your main field and the software field if you wish.

Major multinational software companies also have requirements for experienced ECE engineers.

So now the choice is yours. Without hesitation, make up your own mind!

Mechanical engineering jobs are primarily in manufacturing and industries. The job requirements are not that high which is the primary reason there is not much craze for mechanical engineering jobs. Also the IT/ITES sector has more openings and they are intaking all engineering graduates irrespective of their background everywhere.Some 40 years back when IT jobs were not there mechanical engineers used to find jobs in their area only. Now that is not the case. You could see mechanical engineers doing jobs in IT service companies which has offered them better pay.

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