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    What is the scope of automotive design in the next 10 years?


    Aspiring to study automobile engineering? Wondering about the scope of automobile design after ten years? Find advice from experts on this page.

    What is the demand for automobile in next 10 years and what will be the demand of automobile engineer and a automotive design?
    I am confused as I am about to select my career field.
  • #139622
    Automobile demand only increases per year due to the increasing standard of living of people.
    Speaking of automobile engineers, they are vehicle engineers, who design,structure and manufacture automobiles. If you have got enough understanding about working of machinery you made a right decision.
    In India automobile engineers can be paid up-to 40,000-80,000 Rs, but you need to work really hard and for a long time.
    And there is always scope for research in automobile industry. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Telangana offers best salaries and opportunities in India to Automobile engineers.

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  • #139636
    The demand of automobiles will pick up only when we could create an employment - oppurtunities for the youths struggling to get an appropriate job. This can be possible with setting up new industries like Steel, Copper, Alumunium and Power - industries etc where the young talents would be provided suitable appointments and this could facilitate the demand of Automobiles.
    The other area where a major thrust is required is the infrastructure - development so that the vechiles can ply uninterruptedly almost in all the areas. The road - construction in the village areas is poor and the same is to be improved upon.
    Demand of automobile - engineers is directly proportional to overhaul picking up other industries.
    The automobile sectors have to engage fresh engineers who could upgrade the versions of the cars having fuel - efficient.


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