Mechanical Engineer - Career Queries

A mechanical engineer works in the product development department, the work of a mechanical engineer is prevalent right from the research and development stage to the designing and manufacturing processes. Mechanical engineers are involved in delivering effective solutions for the product development processes. Many industries today largely rely on mechanical engineers for the product designing and development of processes. Mechanical engineers will work in construction, power, medical and manufacturing industries. The mechanical engineers are related to the development of new technologies in such industries. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Mechanical Engineer answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Mechanical Engineer

Dear Student, if you wish to pursue engineering and that to in mechanical branch, then first of all you must fortify your PCM, for this you may follow NCERT books which are an ideal choice and the content in these books is quite satisfactory as well as helpful in appearing in tests like JEE/AIEEE etc. Thereafter if you have some desires to join a particular institution, you may download the syllabus and recommended books and be on your toes to study well. Some renowned names of institutions may be mentioned over here for mechanical engineering, you may visit the official websites of these inst

Below are the [top 10 colleges/universities for Mechanical Engineering][1] in the world:1. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology):It is undoubtedly the best institute for [mechanical engineering.][2] The reason is the cutting edge ideas and their implementation at MIT is wonderful. Also the scope and opportunities for the students are vast and diverse in nature.2. Stanford University: Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University is well known for its innovation and entrepreneurial ventures. The university is well known to come up with innovative ideas and convert those vivid dr

Dear FriendThank you very much for contacting CareerGuide.com, as you have contemporery mind set one must think to excel career while learning that is why education system has been evolved globally and offer you degree while earning. This is called mutual benefits like your recruiters will be happy for your academic advancement, academic institution will get potential student who has experience in course implementation and not giving any tension in terms of placement and any financial obligation and of course you are the best customer who is going to be benefited at the end. Keeping all these

Hi, As we are aware for the top institutes the basic eligibility criteria for a BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. After the bachelor's one can go in for a post graduate degree. The postgraduate course generally offers specialized training in thermal engineering, design, and production engineering.  There is also the Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers (AMIE), which enables working people in the private and public sector, or diploma holders to acquire a Bachelor's engineering degree through distance ed

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering. The various job roles of mechanical engineers are as follows:-Production- They are responsible for supervising the manufacturing of mechanical components and machines.Design- the job profile mainly involves drafting technical drawings, manually or with the aid of computers.Miantenance - Their main responsibility is to ensure that machinery is working as per specifications.Installation- They are responsible for installing machines and mechanical parts at the client location.Research & Development- Their work mainly involve

Dear Friend, appreciate your curiosity  to know the routine of Mechanical Engineer.  This is my 15 th year as  a Mechanical Engineering  and I have worked in various departments during this period. Like  many other students, when I passed the Engineering, I enrolled for  AutoCAD class. It was a myth prevailing  those days  (May be today also) that Mechanical  Engineer  MUST  know  AutoCAD. Without knowing my skills and aptitude I simply waster money. Before I  answer your question , the above background is important to unders

Hello, Welcome to Career guide..... sorry for the call....can't get through... Coming to your query..... There are many courses and training available for oil and gas industry at diploma and masters level. Since you are already a b tech with two years of experience, a masters in oil and gas or petrochemical will add more value to your credentials. Alternatively you can go for an M.B.A. and switch for a management career in the same domain. Till then... Keep applying.... Wishing you all the best for career ahead...   Any Queries? Feel free to revert...           Re

Hello Anam It’s good to know that you wish to pursue post graduation course. First of all, check the policies in your current organization as nowadays, many organizations sponsor full time or executive MBA programs for their employees. There are various entrance exams like CAT, CMAT for admission to recognized MBA institutes. Hence, you need to decide whether you wish to go for full time MBA course or executive MBA course. Then you can decide about which entrance exam to opt for ans prepare accordingly. You may check few books that give information regarding MBA entrance exams. All the b

Well, ITIs have been proved useful and facilitated the economic development of India by the skilled workforce and technicians. The real motive behind the establishment of Industrial Training Institutes was to enable the youth in their younger age to have different skill sets useful in industry. The basic but essential skillful work knowledge provided crores of youth with the jobs so that they can earn. Now in India, there are many such ITIs run by Government and also Private Institutes. WE have enlisted some of the ITIs in Noida region and around it in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.   I.C.

Hello Akanksha Parashar, Thanks for Asking..!! I think both of career options are good. But it depends on your interest that what you want to do in your life. In which field you are more interested. If we talk about Government Jobs, then we all know that government jobs are the best option , because it provides job securities, high salary, job comfort, pension services, & many other facilities. So if you want a government job then you will never regret it. You can also apply for Railway or SSC Engineers Exam. But if we talk about MBA, then BE + MBA is a lethal combination to have for the C

Hi, At the outset, right away, I would like to tell you that no one is perfect in this world and there is an enough space to improve yourself overtimes.  Improvement and the quest for perfection is never ending process and you must not blame yourself for being not perfect or not up to the mark and even for lacking some skill-sets at some point of time in your life as I already have told you that you would be getting toward perfection only thing required is that you must believe in yourself and must stick to the decision whatever you take, religiously by any means and success will be yours

Dear Aspirant, How did you realise that you are suitable in the hotel management sector and not in mechanical engineering field. Now that you have completed Diploma in Mechanical, I feel that you should again think whether to really go for hotel management. Mechanical Engineering actually has good scope and there are good job opportunities in the field. For this it is recommended that you complete your mechanical engineering degree. If at all you have decided that you do not wish to continue in the mechanical field, then on the basis of diploma engineering you can get admission to bachelors in