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Career After Mechanical Engineering:-

In this article, I will explain the about the career of the mechanical engineer. basically, nowadays mechanical engineer job has more value but many people don’t know about that so I will explain what are the courses are needed for them to get a job in govt and as well as in private sector jobs.
Suppose if you completed the mechanical engineering course then this article will be very useful to us. let's begin the topic.
1.The number one opportunity is  preparing for GATE  entrance exam and doing M.tech in IIT colleges in India
2.join in Mtech, M.e in reputed famous private engineer colleges and doing specialization in the following subjects.
      1.Automobile engineering
       2. InduStrial engineering
       3.thermal engineering
       4.product design and development
       5.computer integrated manufacturing
       6.Manufacturing engineering
       7. material technology
       8.engineering design
       9.computer aided design and manufacturing
      10.energy engineering and management
      11.mechatronics engineering
3.join in management studies likeM.B.A. and start your new career as a manager
4.write GRE exam for countries like U.S.A, GERMANY, CHINA, U.K, JAPAN
5.do internships infamous companies many companies are now offering internships programs .so          utilize it will increase your certificate value.
6.mechanical jobs are classified into three categories
      1. design engineer
      2.production engineer
      3.search design engineer
7. so do specialization courses in designing  like
      1.CAD/CAM
      2.HYPERMESHJ
      3.PROE
8. do Ph.D. COURSE and it is the very respectful job and the salary is good and the working hours are very less.
9.the mechanical jobs are also categorized into three sectors
       1.P.S.U SECTOR JOBS
       2. GOVT SECTOR JOBS
       3.PRIVATE SECTOR JOBS
10.Let us see in detail about the every sector
1.psu sector
The salary is very good 50 to 60k per month .as experience increases salary increases, mainly in this sector the production based jobs are very more,  design jobs are less,  and research jobs are very less. the PSU has recruited their vacancy from GATE entrance exam and some of them conduct separate entrance exams.
Most preferred PSUs are ;-ONGC,NTPC,INDIAN OIL,HP,GAIL,BHARAT PETROLEUM,BHEL,etc.,
2.Govt sector jobs
The salary is good and we get 40 to 45k per month, the salary will also increase as experiences increases .the research based jobs are very more.
Most famous govt sectors are;-
BARC, DRDO etc.,
3. Private jobs
The salary is very less for freshers it is 10 to 15k per month.and the most experienced candidates will get 40k per month.
Most famous private companies are;-
L&T, EATON, SIEMENS, TATA MOTORS, MAHINDRA, GODREJ, SUZLON, KIRLOSKAR
11. not only designing there are various opportunities in testing, maintaining, manufacturing we have to do special courses on that.

The numerical content of a mechanical engineering degree opens up a variety of opportunities in the finance and management sectors...
Job options
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
  • Aerospace engineer
  • Automotive engineer
  • Contracting civil engineer
  • Control and instrumentation engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Nuclear engineer
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:
  • Corporate investment banker
  • Mining engineer
  • Patent attorney
  • Production Manager
  • Technical sales engineer
  • Water engineer
Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.
Work experience
Employers value pre-entry work experience that relates to the career you want to enter. Some degree courses offer a year in industry, which is valuable as it can provide evidence of skill development and commercial awareness.
If you want to get into engineering and your course does not offer a placement try to secure one yourself during the summer vacation. Many large engineering employers offer opportunities so get in touch with them directly. The work is often hands-on and provides a good insight into the engineering environment. It can also be a good idea to shadow different engineers so you can choose the area you would like to work in.
Work experience for other careers is also useful and provides good networking opportunities. Try to make contacts that may be valuable for future job prospects.
Search for placements and find out more about work experience and internships.
Typical employers
Mechanical engineering deals with the design, development, installation, operation, and maintenance of anything that has moving parts. Because of this, you will find relevant opportunities in a range of sectors, including:
  • aerospace;
  • automotive;
  • construction;
  • energy;
  • manufacturing;
  • medicine;
  • railway;
  • sport.
Generally speaking, as a mechanical engineer, you will have plenty of opportunities to work abroad if you wish.
You will also have the skills required for careers in business and management, IT, finance and law.
Find information on employers in engineering and manufacturingenergy and utilities and other job sectors.