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

Probably it would be difficult to prepare down a complete and comprehensive list of books to follow by every mechanical engineer,as the different specialization requires  knowledge of specific discipline. If you are a practicing engineer, number of Mechanical Engineer's Handbook are available for reference.They contain useful information in a concise way compiled through a number of subject. For students preparing for various competitive examinations objective type question banks will be of additional help to text books.

Hello, The top colleges in Mechanical Engineering are  MIT USA Stanford University Cambridge University Oxford University IIT Delhi IIT Kanpur IIT Bombay IIT Kharagpur Check out for  Date of JEE Advanced 2018

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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:- For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths – Take here: Psychometric Career Tests including Ideal Career TestProduction- 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.Maintenance - Their main responsibility is to ensure that machinery is working as per specifications.Installation- They are res

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

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Hi, You are also eligible to appear in the CSIR NET Physical Science as you completed your B. E. in Mechanical Engineering. There is no need of doing M. Sc. in Physics if you want to appear in the CSIR NET Physical Science Exam. Thanks

Please check physical parameters first of all. If you are fit as per their standards, start preparing for it. Also first check, whether you are really interested Or anything else is motivating you. 

Hi Arati, After ITI, you can do Polytechnic course followed by B.Tech.. Each of these 2 courses would be of one year less duration for you.  Best wishes, Himanshu