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which course is best in M.E?

Discussion in 'Top Engineering Colleges' started by dhivyaa4n, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. dhivyaa4n

    dhivyaa4n Member

    hey frineds i completed EEE and which course i choose for M.E pls share ur ideas...
  2. B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering is one of the highly demanded and the highest ranked courses in the engineering sector. This branch of Engineering involves designing, development, production, and use of mechanical tools to solve all technical issues related to all kind mechanical devices. Generally hired by manufacturing industries, these engineers have employment opportunity in both private and public sectors. Government sectors like, PWD, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd, Bharat Electronics Limited, Chennai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., Indian Railways and many others hire these Engineers. They also have equal opportunities outside India.
  3. jyoti das

    jyoti das Member


    One of the oldest and popular disciplines of engineering is Mechanical Engineering. It encompasses a whole range of subjects like Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Thermal Engineering, Designing, Power Plant Engineering, HVAC, Metrology and Quality Control, Production Engineering, Maintenance Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering. It finally opens up job prospects in design, production, manufacturing and maintenance.

    It is entirely your choice to select the best field as per your interest and ability. After a B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering, students can opt for higher advanced courses or may start working immediately. Though jobs are available for mechanical engineering graduates in various sectors, pursuing an advanced course opens avenues for better employment opportunities........Read more

    Read also here : Which Engineering Branches Have the Maximum Chances of Getting a Job??

    Hope this answer will help you
    Thank you!

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