B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

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Mechanical engineering is one of the core branches of engineering, having a signature in multidisciplinary fields, providing multifarious research and placement opportunities. Mechanical engineering is a dazzling field of career, every individual aspire for… A provisionally qualified mechanical engineer is awaited not only by private companies, but also by PSU’s. The demand of mechanical engineers in the industry is steadily growing globally.

Once a person acquires UG degree in Mechanical Engineering, he can work in finance, marketing, sales or in HR and administrative sections of leading companies by acquiring MBA. Or, if a person like to specialize in his field of expertise, he can choose for M.Tech by qualifying GATE or for MS by qualifying GRE. This gives him the opportunity to study and become a part of IISC, IITs and other world famous instituitions. If a mechanical engineer want to become an entrepreneur he can be a good entrepreneur also. Mechanical engineering doesn’t confine a person only to that field, but provides them an exposure to multidisciplinary fields.

Researches are widely welcomed today to find out the underlying mysteries of universe. To say precisely, in present era, every minute things happens with the incorporation of engineering in each one of our lives. Mechanical engineering offers specialization in every interesting and the most challenging fields, namely Thermal, Machine Design, Industrial Engineering, Automobile, Material Science, Propulsion, Aerospace, etc……

Not only private companies provide job opportunities for mechanical engineers, but also thousands and thousands of job vacancies are awaiting in the public sector also. The main employers are State and central PSCs, Indian railways, Airport authority of India, DRDO, ISRO, BHEL, BEML, CIL, GAIL, SAIL, NALCO, HAL, NAL, EIL, BEL,BPCL, HPCL, Power grid, shipping corporations and lot more.

 

“Mechanical Engineering doesn’t teach you what’s engineering, but it teaches you to use it for our welfare and not my welfare”