Have you tinkered around with that bicycle of yours or taken down a faulty gadget to its basic components, trying to figure out what’s wrong with it? Have you been fascinated by robots? Have you ever wondered how a car works – is it a magical box where you fill petrol, push a few buttons, hold a wheel in your hand and it zooms past? Are you this person who tries out practical solutions to everyday problems? Then, Mechanical Engineering is the course for you.
Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and broadest fields of Engineering. It combines Math and Physics with Material Science, to analyze, design, manufacture, operate and maintain machines and mechanical systems. A student pursuing Mechanical Engineering will learn about the working of machines, including automobiles, heavy vehicles, air conditioners and refrigerators, heavy machinery, electric motors etc. Thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, structural analysis and properties of materials will also form a part of your course, besides CAD (Computer-aided Design) and CAM (Computer-aided Manufacturing).
There is no aspect of our lives that is not touched by machines. So, Mechanical Engineering spans a vast range of industries and hence, the career prospects are enormous. Mechanical Engineers design everything, right from batteries, medical devices, farming equipment, air conditioners, valves, pumps, robots, to power plants. They design machines that produce these. Hence, it is but obvious that a Mechanical Engineer is in demand in every industry under the sun.
A variety of career options are available for a Mechanical Engineer. You can get placed in Manufacturing industries, Construction, Maintenance work, Automobile manufacturing and maintenance, Refrigeration or Airconditioning industries, Energy sector and in Public sectors such as Railways or Armed forces.
At MVJCE, the guiding principle is ‘Each and every student is equally important and has immense potential, waiting to be tapped’. Hence, every student will be personally guided by Professors who hand-hold you, right from the moment you enter the College. Moreover,