Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

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    "name": "What are the options available after completing the Diploma in Mechanical Engineering?",
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      "text": "Graduates with a diploma in mechanical engineering degree can pursue higher studies through B. Tech or AMIE. They can get rewarding jobs in Government as well as private sectors. Moreover, they can kick off their career with an apprenticeship which serves as an excellent way to start in the field they want to work in. After completing this course, they can go for short-term professional courses. The duration of such courses can be as low as 6 months to 1 year. After obtaining the certification of these courses, they become eligible to get valuable jobs with an assured career progression."
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    "name": "What is the future of mechanical engineering in India?",
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      "text": "In India, the future scope of mechanical engineering is well in demand as it has applications across sectors and industries. Almost any product requires machines and machines are designed, manufactured and operated by people with mechanical engineering skills. As per one of the reports published by the global consultancy firm Deloitte, India is anticipated to continue to grow manifold in manufacturing in the coming years. According to its report on the Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index, the country will move up 6 positions to be at the 5th position given the call of the PM for ‘Atma Nirbharta’.Therefore, in India, there would be ample new opportunities for mechanical engineers. The compensation packages of mechanical engineers rely mainly on their skills."
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      "text": "A full-time B Tech program can be taken up after completing Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, or an equivalent AMIE part time. For those who wish to study beyond, one can pursue an M Tech program as well. Some of the latest advanced courses in the realm of Masters in Mechanical Engineering are:

Piping Design and Engineering Course: This course makes students industry-ready and it is being recommended by experts after one finishes graduation in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Tool Design: Being a highly lucrative course for Mechanical Engineering graduates, it can be a 2-year full-time course or short-term diploma and certificate courses.
Robotics Course: It is the scientific study of the design and manufacturing of robots.
Mechatronics Course: This study of science is a combination of 5 disciplines: mechanics, electronics, informatics, automation, and robotics.
Nanotechnology: It is the study of engineering, technology, and applied science.
Masters in Business Administration (MBA): It is beneficial in obtaining jobs in managerial positions. It provides a broad choice of career options."
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    "name": "What are the key skills for Mechanical Engineers?",
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      "text": "Certain key skills that help students of Mechanical Engineering get rewarding jobs with handsome salaries are:

Engineering Design
CAD
AutoCAD
Solidworks
Electrical Systems
HVAC
Engineering Drawings
Creo 3D CAD
Project Management
GD (Grade Delay)
Data analysis
Structural analysis"
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