Future of Diploma in mechanical engineering in India
Diploma in Mechanical engineering is a great way to start making a strong background in applications of mechanical engineering. This is certainly one of the most common fields engineering aspirants choose and it promises job certainty to a great extent since always. Employment opportunities for mechanical engineers are always there and with the fast-growing development of the manufacturing sector in India demand for mechanical personnel are skyward. For those who don’t know, mechanical engineering basically covers the working aspect, design, applications and manufacturing of mechanical components, machinery and tools. Candidates interested to set up their career in this sector can start either with a diploma in mechanical engineering or a 4 years B.Tech program.
Students sure about their interest and are in a hurry to experience the real world working culture can start with the diploma. Eligibility for the 3-year diploma in mechanical engineering is candidate should have must cleared high school education with English, science and mathematics. Its curriculum is good enough for imbibing fundamentals of the mechanical engineering, including the modern automation processes, robotics and hydraulic machinery. Once you are done with it, you can strive for position in fields like product design and development, plant management, alternative energy consulting, electrical power management, manufacturing and product marketing as well in a number of private firms and auto companies, besides preparing for PSU and Army recruitments.
Though, what makes a candidate well-versed in this subject is the maximum amount of practical training he/she has carried out along side imbibing theoretical learning. So, before you enroll yourself in a college, irrespective of the city or name, we recommend you to first consider their labs infrastructure, equipment level available at the disposal and most important is the faculty. Some of the best private institutions we’ve found in NCR region are in either Ghaziabad or its adjacent areas or colleges like JKP Polytechnic in Haryana.