Why Mechanical Engineering ?
A career path from nullity to infinity

Mechanical engineering is the most important and efficient branch of engineering, and anyone who is interested in Mathematics and Physics can pursue a career in this field because it provides the best opportunity for learners to develop innovative ideas and approaches.

Based on the principles of design, manufacturing, analysis, and maintenance, Mechanical Engineering is known as a lucrative career choice because it not only offers high pay and a wide range of new opportunities, but it also requires innovations at every step. For example, when we think about going anywhere, we need an automobile vehicle, which is an innovation of the mechanical engineering branch. Mechanical engineers play a promising role in society by innovating new technologies in a world where new technologies are a blessing for modern society.

According to a recent report, employment in mechanical engineers is expected to grow by 9% by 2026, which is a comparatively high and excellent opportunity for anyone who wishes to pursue their passion in the engineering field.

Mechanical engineering students learned about materials, forces, refrigeration, air conditioning, power plant systems, designs, manufacturing processes, automobiles, robotics and automations, energy and power plant machinery, and thermodynamic cycles. Furthermore, mechanical engineers supply machinery to civil engineers for the construction of buildings and bridges. A mechanical engineer is also involved in biomedical sciences. They design and build bio-compatible materials for medical applications such as artificial limbs, tissues, pacemakers, and artificial bones, etc.

As a result, mechanical engineering graduates have more career options than any other engineering graduate, and they can work in a variety of industries such as production, automobile design, power generation, infrastructure fields, aerospace, and food technology.

Mechanical engineering is useful not only in the private sector, but also in government services such as Military Engineering Services (MES), Irrigation Department, DRDO, Indian Railways, Marine engineer, GAIL, SAIL, BHEL, BEL, IOCL, BPCL, Electricity Department, and many more.

Mechanical engineering is a branch of engineering that provides students with in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience with machines, making it an industry-oriented course.

Working as a mechanical engineer allows you to work with machines and new technologies. Not only that, but it also provided opportunities to visit some of the most interesting places on the planet, such as under the deep sea, deserts, heavy snowfall areas, and many others.

As a result, we can say that innovation never stops, and whenever we think about any innovation, we need machines, so choosing mechanical engineer is a sure flight to success and a bright future for students.

Arun Kumar
(Assistant Professor)
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dewan VS Institute of Engineering & Technology, Meerut.