What’s Next After 10th

What is Diploma in Mechanical Engineering?
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering is a twelfth level Diploma course which deals with the field of engineering. Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical system Mechanical Engineering is a field of engineering that involves the application of the standards of Material Science for Investigation, Planning, Assembling, Upkeep of mechanical frameworks.

The course is 3-year long in duration, and the minimum eligibility for it is the successful completion of the 10+2 level of education, in Science stream, and from a recognized educational Board. Mechanical engineering is one of the main engineering disciplines that include the application of laws of physics for Design, Analysis and Manufacturing of mechanical systems.

Students enrolled to the course are taught to make and collect motors and structures, control plants and vehicles of all sizes, understand concepts central to the discipline, such as: Mechanics, Kinematics, Fluid Mechanics, Energy and vitality.

Eligibility: 10th Pass
Duration: 3 Years

SEM I:
Subjects of Study:Engineering Mathematics,Engineering Physics,Engineering Physics,Engineering Drawing/Graphics,Workshop (Practical),Communication Skills.

SEM II:
Subjects of Study:Engineering Mathematics,Applied Mechanics,Material Science,Mechanical Drafting,Basic Civil Engineering.

SEM III:
Subjects of Study:Manufacturing Engineering,Fluid Mechanics,Thermodynamics,Strength of Materials,Applied Electronics and Electrical Engineering,CADD (Computer Aided Machine Design and Drawing)

SEM IV:
Subjects of Study:Manufacturing Engineering,Thermal Engineering, Theory of machines,CADD,Metrology and Instrumentation,Plant Maintenance and Safety

SEM V:
Subjects of Study:Thermal Engineering,Design of Machine Elements,Manufacturing Engineering,Industrial Design,Cost Estimating and Contracting,Elective Subject,Project Work

SEM VI:
Subjects of Study:Computer Aided Manufacturing,Tool Engineering,Industrial Manufacturing,Elective Subjects,Project Work

Which would be best course after diploma in mechanical Engineering?

BE / B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering after Diploma
If you are not interested to go for courses of short time span, and looking for some long term professional course, in that case you can opt for higher studies in mechanical. One of the most popular professional program is BE or B.Tech in mechanical engineering. Today’s market is on high demand for Mechanical Engineers. And hence, doing B.Tech after diploma in mechanical engineering is one of the best options students can go for. Diploma holders get lateral entry in B.Tech through LEET, which spans over a period of 3 years. After earning graduation degree in mechanical you will eligible to apply for various private sector (such as TATA Group, Kirloskar, Siemens, Geometric Ltd, Crompton Greaves, Thermax etc.) and government sector companies (like Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, NTPC, Indian Space Research Organization etc.

M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering. The ever-popular advanced course is an M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering
Piping Design and Engineering Course
Master of Engineering in Tool Design
Robotics Course
Mechatronics Course
Nanotechnology.
Masters in Business Administration

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