Mechanical Engineering is mother of all engineering branches. Mechanical engineering deals with analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical system. Various new technologies and software like Computer-Aided Engineering(CAD), Product Lifestyle Management etc are used to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems,aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices, and others.
After completion of engineering, a mechanical engineer can go in Power Sector (like NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation), RAPP (Rajasthan Atomic Power Plant), KTPS (Kota Thermal Power Station), DAE (Department Of Atomic Energy), Heavy machinery sector: BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited), KIRLOSKAR, Steel Giants (like Tata Iron and Steel Company) , SAIL (Steel Authority Of India Limited), and JINDAL., Defence:BARC (Bhabha atomic research Center), DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization, Automobile Industry: MARUTI, HEROHONDA, DAEWOO and TELCO, Oil and Gas Sector: ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation), GAIL (Gas Authority Of India Limited), IPCL (Indian Petrochemical Corporation Limited), IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation limited), BPCL (Bharat Petrochemical corporation limited), and HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited), Mineral Processing Organization:BALCO(Bharat Aluminium Corporation),NALCO (National Aluminium Corporation), Aeronautics:HAL (Hinduathan Aeronautical Limited), Indian Airlines, and Air SAHARA., Miscellaneous:HLL (Hinduatan Lever Limited), Cement and Fertilizers: CFCL (Chambal Fertilizers and Chemical Limited), DCM, NFL (National Fertilizer Limited), IFFCO (Indian Farmers Fertilizers Corporation), BIRLA and JK Cement., Space research Organization: ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), Indian railways, Software Industries, Tubes and Tyres: JK Tyres, MRF, CEAT, UPSC: Engineering Services Examination and other Civil Services.
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