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Among the oldest branches of engineering, mechanical engineering is primarily responsible for most of the industrial revolution that has taken place in Europe and elsewhere from the 18th century onwards. Much of the technological development that we are seeing today in the field of transportation, aviation, shipping, industrial activities, manufacturing are as a result of development in mechanical engineering. This field has many core areas, some of which are mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, thermo science, material science and structural analysis. These days it also branching out into some new areas like mechatronics and robotics. Through this course one gets to learn the basic role of a mechanical engineer that is designing, developing, analysing, manufacturing, testing and maintaining mechanical systems. It is the endeavour of the mechanical engineers to constantly innovate and invent new technology, thus making our lives easier and efficient.
Mechanical engineers are required in most of the industries and production houses. Whether it is a public sector company or a private sector, factories cannot work without them. In many of the government departments like railways, transport divisions and even in the armed forces they are required in huge numbers. They are also needed by the airlines, aerospace companies, mining companies, robot manufacturers and a host of other fields. Other than directly getting into the industries one can pursue further education and specialize in one’s chosen field by doing M.Tech or M.E. courses. Many opt for research in this field and go for PhD courses after postgraduation.
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