Mechanical (Production) Engineering
The contribution of Mechanical Engineering is enormous in the growth of technology over the centuries. The scope of the course varies from material research to machinery development, nano technology, smart materials, aerospace technology, missiles technology, CAD/CAM, FMS, CIM, Automation and such other interrelated developments. Mechanical engineers design and assemble engines and power plants, structures and vehicles of all sizes. Candidates from mechanical engineering are mainly employed in manufacturing firms.
Some core subjects of Mechanical and Automation Engineering are as follows:
Mechanics of Solids
Instrumentation/ Dyn of Machines
After successful completion of the bachelors course students can choose master program for higher education.
Graduates may work in an industrial firm or governmental laboratory and also in private or public sector industries of various types. Candidates can work as Lecturer, Researcher, Junior Engineers, Assistant Engineers, Executive Engineers and managerial positions.
Some major recruiters of mechanical (production)engineering are: