Mechanical engineering is the evergreen branch among all other branches of engineering. They deal with the concepts of mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, power sector, refrigeration, air conditioning sector and aerospace. There is a great scope of mechanical engineering now-a-days.  There is a great scope of job avenues for mechanical engineers in India.

SCOPE After doing Mechanical Engineering, depending upon your aptitude, interest and skill set, you can work in the following areas:

  • Aerospace industry- In aerospace industry mechanical engineers are used to do research, design, manufacture, operate and maintain the aircrafts.
  • Automotive industry- In automotive industry mechanical engineers are used to do designing, manufacturing distributes and perform marketing of motor vehicles.
  • Defence industry- in defence industry, they provide the equipments and provide support and services to the armed forces.
  • Material and metal industry- In this field of industry, mechanical engineer performs the activities which include developing new material and manufacturing components or end products.
  • Rail industry- In rail industry, the role of mechanical engineer is to design, construct, manage and maintain the rail system component from train and tracks to electrical power system and train control system.

The future scope of mechanical engineers in India remains as expected .There is always a consistency for the past decades .This is, also, going to be true for the decades to come.

So many companies are good for a mechanical engineers, a few of them are as follows:

ABB group , BAARC , BHEL , BEML , Bosch group, BNPM, BPCL, Caterpillar , CELHPCL ,Coal India Ltd ,DRDO ,Ford  group ,GAIL ,GSECL ,HPCL ,Hyundai group ,IOCL ,IPR , Kirlosker group ,L&T group ,MDL ,MECL , Mahindra  & Mahindra group ,NFL ,NALCO ,NHPC, NLC Ltd ,NTPC ,Oil India ,OPGC Ltd ,ONGC Ltd .Power grid ,Reliance groups, RITES ,Tata group ,THDC,TVS group ,WBSEDCL ,etc.

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