M.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering)
B.Tech. with Minimum 55% marks in the relevant branch or 60% in MCA for Computer Science & Engineering.
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Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and broadest engineering branches and hence, one of the most preferred one by the engineering aspirants. The branch applies the principles of engineering, physics and material science for the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. This branch of engineering involves design, production, and operation of machinery.
Mechanical Engineering includes design, manufacture, installation and operation of engines, machines, robotics, heating & cooling systems and manufacturing processes. In this profession, the graduates will be responsible for designing and developing machines right from bicycles to supersonic fighter jets and toasters which can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring analytical skills together with an ability to work in a team. They must love machines and be comfortable working with tools.
The roles of the Mechanical Engineers range in the Research & Development, Production, Design, Analysis and Testing, Installation and Maintenance. The demand for the Mechanical Engineering jobs is high in India and abroad. The popular and most common industries where a Mechanical Engineer can be employed are Thermal Power Plants, Oil & Petroleum Plant, Electronics Industry, Aerospace, Shipping Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry to name a few.
The rapid pace of development and the need for skilled engineers has opened up employment opportunities for M.Tech graduates.
The following are some of the career options that a student can avail after obtaining M.Tech degree :
- Corporate Sector
- Consulting Companies
- Core engineering Companies
- R & D centers
- Teaching in engineering colleges