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I completed three diploma in mechanical engineering. 2013 completed my auto card 2d , pro-e ,and creo
DearWelcome to CareerGuide.comWe are more than happy to guide you for a proper career and perfect future.I am very glad to meet you. You really astonished me. You have three diplomas in mechanical engineering. Completed Autocad 2D, Pro-E and CREO. Great!!! Since you are academically well placed, you should go for a job now.Out there, opportunities are abundant. But there is stiff competition. Therefore salary for a beginner is really a constraint. Though you have handsome qualification, you are still a beginner. That is a drawback. You should settle for a mechanical engineering related job and gain valuable experience before jumping into the actual world of career. Then, after getting enough experience in your field (at least three years), and proving your worth in the company or to the competition, you can go for degree course in Mechanical Engineering and then for further studies if you are interested and passionate. Career is life. Career is self actualization. Career is self satisfaction. You had already chosen your path and have enough qualification. Now you have to improve your skill set, aptitude and attitude. These can improved by consistent training. In this site, you can see some Online Psychometric Career Assessment Test to know yourself, personality, skills, aptitude and attitude. Take them and know yourself. You should improve yourself wherever necessary to be a success in life. You have it in you and you should be able to excel in your future.
Once you complete degree in Mechanical Engineering, an array of opportunities open in front of you. If you have experience, you will be a lion in front of other fresh graduate. For you, experience holds the key. Also, then with your experience, it will be easy for you apply for IITJEE for admission into IITs, All India Engineering Entrance Exams (AIEEE) etc. For a Mechanical Engineering Diploma Fresher, we have several opportunities out. For now, please do not weigh the salary. Weigh the opportunity, organization, job etc. Get the job for whatever salary your are offered. Of course you can demand, but be realistic. Since the Mechanical engineering is the broadest of all engineering fields, The opportunities includes design, manufacture, test, install, operate and maintain a wide array of machines and mechanical systems that are used in countless industries. Major industries that employ mechanical engineers are automobiles, space research, aeronautical, energy and utilities, air conditioning, bio mechanical industry, turbine manufacturing, oil and gas etc. The list is vast.YOU SURELY HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY GALORE.!!!Great to see such a performer.Good luck.Dr. K V Anand
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I appreciate your eagerness in deciding on your career path. But you are not very clear in your Question. Are you a B.E Mechanical Engineering Graduate or Diploma in Mechanical Engg. I understand in addition to your degree what ever it is you have also completed courses on CAD, Pro-E and CREO. That shows your eagerness to make yourself employable.
2.If you are a B.E graduate thinking about job or MBA:
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You have such a smart report card rather three diploma in mechanical engineering which is the most demanding engineering specialization in the world. No boundary line for you to explore the job inside and outside the country, employment scienario is very exciting worldwide that is why this specialization in engineering becomes more prioratized. As you are the diploma holder and possessing different modules which have tremendous scope for employbility in any automobile company at RD level. Now it is you and your situation at individual and family level which will push you either for job or further education at higher level -BTECH or BE in mechanical engineering. No doubt you will be given best salary package at entry level which depends on trade mark or brand or your overall performance at diploma level which is reflected through your transcripts as well as the performance in interview process. Now you have multiple options to take it up:1. Learning while earning: now you can join any industry or govt job at junior engineer level and then explore the parttime education module which could be benifical for your career. Now a days distance learning education system is available through good and reputed academic instituitins at govt or private level like state level of technical universities, other private universities -Manipal ( www.manipal.edu/), AMITY ( www.amity.edu/), SRM ( www.srmuniv.ac.in/), Symbiosis etc which offer you great oportunity to pursue the study at graduation level. But you have take the consent of your employer that is very important, good organizations usually have such provision to support theier engineers for academic upliftment so you can think in that way also and accordingly you could be confident to join a job and start earning and learning both.
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