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Is diploma for mechanical engineering is best?

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RE: Is diploma for mechanical engineering is best?

Dr. Dinesh Bhutada
Dr. Dinesh Bhutada
Verified Career Expert
Chief Career Counselor Abhinav Career Scope
  • Pune
The students who are want to go for the Engineering option only and do not want to change the field within can go for engineering diploma. This can be mechanical diploma as well. After doing mechanical diploma you can go in three fields of engineering. Viz. mechanical engineering, automobile engineering,
production engineering.
But you can not opt for the other course like Computer engineering and other engineering course. So if your decision is final for Mechanical Engineering field only, then diploma will always help you. Because the subject taught in diploma are continued for degree also and which are studied in more depth so diploma studies always help for the further studies in degree course. Generally, Diploma is done by the students those who are very clear about their goal in Engineering. So, if your goal is clear you are most welcome for Diploma mechanical course.

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RE: Is diploma for mechanical engineering is best?

Thiruvikraman Ramadoss
Thiruvikraman Ramadoss
Verified Career Expert
Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning
  • Muthampalayam

Hi,

Yes, Definitely Diploma in Mechanical Engineering is good. I believe you have in interest in Mechanical engineering. Nurture it and grow it.

In the current job senario, many companies are struggling to get manpower who would work in the shop floors. There is a huge scope for the Diploma mechanical Engineering students as Blue collar employees. Skilled labour is in great demand.

So if you join Diploma in Mechanical Engineering focus on your practicals, learn machining and working on shop floor well. By the end of your course there will be jobs awaiting you.

All said, it is must that you should definitely have interest in Mechanical engineering. Interest is something you should develope by thinking and knowing about the stream. learn from practical experiences like, how do trains take turns on tracks, how ships will stop, how does your bike engine and gear box work, such things.

All the Best. Wish you all Success

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RE: Is diploma for mechanical engineering is best?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Hi There,

It is a general belief and now the most important belief that one needs a degree to excel in their job prospects.

Though I do not deny this fact and I would also persuade you to go ahead and pursue a degree, so that in future you can opt for a masters degree or an MBA program.

But please note that Diploma certificates, are completely job oriented courses. They train you for the ground level job and so one is completely industrially trained.
They are the skilled labours having the ground level experience, which the organizations generally look for.

Thus if you are keen on working at the grass root level, go ahead and pursue a Diploma program.

But please note that in future, your knowledge has to be a motivation for your team, and hence you would have to pursue a degree course and if need be depending on the circumstances in the work place, opt for a masters or an MBA program.

Hope you are aware that the Diploma is a pas for you, for a direct entry into an engineering degree course, specifically the 2nd year of either a B.E / B.Tech.

Hope this helps.

Wish you good luck............

RE: Is diploma for mechanical engineering is best?

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Dear Aspirant,

Diploma in Engineering (Any stream) is good. You can get into Diploma after 10th class and the course is for three years.

I would strongly suggest you to complete Degree in engineering after Diploma. Being under qualified is dangerous these days and very beneficial in the long run.

Best wishes

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