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M.Tech Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery

Master of Technology in Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery & Structures


Do you want to become a machinery surveillance engineer? Are you a chemical engineer or a mechanical engineer? Then you can think of studying M.Tech in Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery. This is an interdisciplinary course. Find out what are the eligibility requirements and career prospects of this course.

Course Name: M.Tech Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery
Group: M.Tech
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 2 years

Introduction

If you are an electronic or mechanical or chemical engineer then this M.Tech Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery could be an interesting career choice for you. You would learn to monitor the drilling, refining, riveting and many other machines from various technological disciplines. You would also learn to maintain the machines and prevent any faulty production. You will learn to understand when a machine is no longer in a condition to function properly. You will learn to make comprehensive reports on the current condition of the machines and report any failure of any kind. You will learn how to incorporate the cost factor in machine maintenance and surveillance. Those who are thinking of joining oil refineries or construction related jobs will find this course very useful. You will be able to work on a range of machines after you pass this course. This is a 2 year long course.

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Eligibility Criteria

  1. You must possess a B.Tech degree in Mechanical or Civil or Chemical or Electronic Engineering. You can also complete B.Tech or B.E. in a related field.
  2. There is a restriction over the marks to be scored in the aggregate of the undergraduate degree. The students need to score minimum 60% in the graduation to be a part of this course.
  3. All those students who fulfill the above criteria and want to study M.Tech Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery must clear the GATE examination.
  4. Those students who have a valid GATE score will be called for a personal interview for further screening.


Future Job Prospects

  1. You can initially join as a staff mechanical engineering or a junior mechanical engineer.
  2. After a few years of experience, you can become an associate mechanical engineer. Your job will be to monitor the design, assembly and production. You will also have to analyze the quality of the final products. Based on the machine quality you will have to prepare reports.
  3. You can become a machine surveillance engineer. Your job will be to look after the functional properties of various machines. These machines could be related to chemical or construction or mechanical field of engineering.
  4. You can become a sales engineer. Your job will be to prepare a database of the current customers, old machines, new machines, etc. You will have to generate a new customer base for the machines produced by the company.
  5. If you are more intrigued towards the academic field, then you can become an assistant professor in this subject.


M.Tech Stress & Vibration Analysis of Machinery Admissions for 2019 - 2020 Academic Year

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