Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is considered as the evergreen stream in engineering course. It is mainly preferred by those students who have keen interest in mechanics. Another important highlight of this stream that attracts maximum students to pursue their career in mechanical engineering is it has broad and diverse future. Almost all the inventions made during the early years and in the modern era are directly/indirectly related to the application of mechanics.

Mechanical engineers also contribute in the development of various engines, power plant equipment, heating and cooling systems and other simple and complex machinery. Mechanical engineers not only design new mechanical systems, but they are also responsible for testing, maintaining and manufacturing them.

Scope

Since mechanical engineering is one the oldest and evergreen branches of the engineering streams, the job opportunities for mechanical engineers are endless. The main responsibility of mechanical engineers is to take care of the design and development of mechanical systems, which are further used by several industries. Mechanical engineers may find jobs in both private and public sectors.

Major MNCs and other organizations that recruit mechanical engineers mainly belong to the air conditioning, automobiles, energy and utilities, aeronautical and bio-mechanical industry. Other employers hail from refining industries, agricultural sector, turbine manufacturing plants, giant manufacturing plants and oil and gas exploration industries.

When it comes to government sector, these engineers can help the government to run various subjects on the basis of knowledge they’d obtained during the graduation course. They can work as a technical expert or a leading consultant in government organizations. These engineers can also work at the managerial positions in both public and private sector on the basis of their years of experience and level of knowledge.

These engineers can also hold high managerial positions in government as well as private sector organizations according to their field of expertise and educational qualifications.

Vision

Our vision is to become the best diploma college in Mechanical Engineering trade, offering high quality education and research programs to aspiring graduates.

Mission

We aim to:

  • Provide quality education and research based programs to all students.
  • Prepare them for competitive exams, to secure a government job in the public sector.
  • Impart the leadership qualities.

Job SCOPE for Diploma holders in Mechanical Engg.

  • Junior Engineer/Mechanics/Foreman in Punjab Roadways.
  • Junior Engineer in Indian Railways Department.
  • Instructor/Technician in Polytechnics and Engineering colleges.
  • Junior Engineer in Telecom sector.
  • Junior Engineer in Indian Railways Department.
  • Junior Engineer in Automobile Industry.
  • Technical Assistant in Airport/Navy.

Job for Diploma mechanical engineers

Mechanical engineers may choose to work in the following segments:

  • Research and Development (R&D): In this segment, the main role of engineers is to do research & development of new machines and their relevant parts.
  • Design: In this segment, the main role of engineers is to prepare a rough design of the machines and their mechanical parts.
  • Production: In this segment, the main role of engineers is to look into the manufacturing of mechanical components and machines.
  • Analysis and testing: In this segment, the main role of engineers is to do the analysis and testing of various kinds of machines, so that these machines can work flawlessly.
  • Installation: In this segment, the main role of engineers is to do the installation work of machines and their mechanical parts.
  • Maintenance: In this segment, the main role of engineers is to ensure everything is working as per the specifications.

Duration

3 years

Eligibility

  • For admission in Ist year – Matric pass from any recognized board. (Maths, Science and English compulsory)
  • For admission in IInd year – ITI or 10+2 (Vocational) or 10+2 (PCM) from any recognized board.