B.tech. in Mechanical Engineering is a 4-year full-time undergraduate engineering course. Every college has its own eligibility criteria, admission procedure, syllabus, fees structure, and placement training.
Opportunities on graduating with Mechanical Engineering:
Bachelor of Technology(B.Tech) in Mechanical Engineering is one of the core Engineering branches. There are ample job opportunities in different fields which are in high demands for B.Tech graduates in Mechanics. You can choose your career options after Mechanical Engineering keeping in mind your interest area and the skills that you possess.
After pursuing B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering you will have job opportunities in the Government as well as the Private sector. As a Mechanical engineer you are not only responsible to design the mechanical system but at the same time contribute to the testing, maintenance, and manufacturing process which makes an impact at each and every stage.
Design: In this department, you will be drafting the technical drawings, design criterion either manually or with the help of computer-aided systems. If you are good with drawings and computer software this is the ideal field for you, after B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering.
Production: This job role mainly involves the supervision of the manufacturing process of components and machines. If you are interested in the manufacturing process and want to get experience with the techniques involved in production this will be a very good field for you.
Analysis & Testing: In the Analysis & Testing field your role will be to analyze & test the different types of machines and their parts in order to ensure that they don’t have any faults and function flawlessly.
Research and Development (R&D): If you want to explore technologies, then your job responsibilities in R&D will involve developing and designing of new products, doing market researches and further implementing them to find out the future possibilities.
Installation: In the Installation department you will have to install machines and mechanical parts at the industries and client location. If you have theoretical knowledge and know how to apply it practically this option is apt for you.
Maintenance: Your primary role here will be to ensure that the machinery is working as per the specifications without any faults. You need to have practical and application knowledge as most of the core industries have a dedicated team which does the maintenance of their products, machines, and equipment.
Some industries that hire Mechanical Engineers are as below:
• Aerospace Industries
• Automobile Industries
• Thermal Plants
• Steel Plants
• Shipping Industry
When it comes to the Government sector, departments and organizations where you can get recruited after B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering includes:
• Oil & Natural Gas Corporation(ONGC)
• Indian Railways
• Defence Research and Development Organization(DRDO)
• Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO)
• Indian Armed Forces
• State Wise Road Transport boards
• Steel Authority of India(SAIL)
• Indian Oil Corporation(IOC)
Admission into UG and PG programs of the Institution is based on State level Common entrance test conducted by the Govt. of A.P. The details are as follows.
For U.G Programmes : – for UG programmes, admission of the students into various programs of the institution is based on State level Common Entrance test, EAMCET /ECET, conducted by Government of A.P
For P.G Programmes :- Enrolment of the students into MBA courses is based on the state level common Entrance test, ICET, conducted by the Government of A.P
Enrollment of the students in M.Tech programs is based on PGECET conducted by the Government of A.P and all India GATE exam. There are two categories in admission process.
Category A :- for both U.G and P.G programs 70% seats based on the common entrance test conducted by government of A.P
Category B :- 30% of the seats are filled under Management / NRI category as per the norms / regulations prescribed by the A.P Technical education department.