Exploring a Career in Mechanical Engineering | CareerBuilder India

Mechanical Engineering in India

Mechanical Engineering in Noida

Often referred to as the mother of all engineering branches, mechanical engineering happens to be one of the most preferred branches of engineering science till date. And if you are a student, who loves mechanical engineering in india, there are ample job opportunities for you. True. There are ample options in job and careers for mechanical engineers. Let’s explore it in a little more detail.

While you are looking for a job with a degree in mechanical engineering, chances are that you would have to encounter a lot of technical interview questions. This is because, it most cases, employers need to check the technical knowledge that an individual possess. Which is why, an individual needs to update his skills on a regular basis in order to ensure that employers are pleased with the candidates.

Since mechanical engineering is the broadest of all engineering field, career options are ample here. Ideally, mechanical engineers are design, test, and manufacture, install, operate and maintain a wide variety of machines and mechanical systems that are used in multiple industries. Both the government and the private sector are good to find employment for mechanical engineers.

Major industries, where mechanical engineers can find employment include automobiles and aeronautics, space research, energy and utilities, bio-mechanical industry and many others. The refining industries and the agricultural sector are also potential employers for mechanical engineers in India.

In the government sector, mechanical engineers can work in various technical projects and also perform the role of technical experts and consultants. With the passage of time and years of experience, these engineers can go up to managerial positions as well.

When it comes to pay package and remunerations, mechanical engineers are comparatively well-paid. While the beginnings, or a fresher mechanical engineering job can fetch anywhere between INR 15K-18K per annum, with the passage of time, the salary amount can go up to INR 80K to INR 1 lakh per annum depending upon the position and the organization that they are working for. However, these days, even better options are available, and experienced mechanical engineers can earn up to INR 40 lakhs per annum as well.

Needless to say that there is great demand for mechanical engineers, spanning across various sectors, and the job market for them is perennial. It might come as a surprise, but even the vagaries of global economic meltdown cannot really have a huge effect on these professionals. Though they might go out of focus at times, the overall situation is somewhat better than that of the other branches.

According to a recent survey, it was found that, mechanical engineering continues to remain one of the most sought after branches of study, for engineering aspirants in India. Students seeking to pursue mechanical engineering has shot up highly in the country over the past few years.

Often, mechanical engineers graduating from top institutes such as IITs can also find opportunities abroad—whether for higher studies or research work.

So, those who have recently completed their graduation in engineering and looking for mechanical engineering jobs, chances are that, they will find some good opportunities.

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