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    Government job available for Mechanical engineering?

    what are the government job for mechanical engg.?

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    KENGTHA is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Government job available for Mechanical engineering?

    Dear Aspirant,
    You can get job in-
    Power Station
    Nuclear power plant
    National Thermal Power corporation
    Power Grid Corporation of India
    Damodar Valley Corporation
    National Hydroelectric Power Corporation
    Electricity Board
    Bharat Petroleum
    Coal India Limited
    Defence sector job
    Assistant Job
    Bank clerk jobs
    Cashier in Banks
    Stenographer Jobs
    Police Conistable job
    Data Entry Operator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what are the government job for mechanical engg.?
    Hello friend...

    ...After Mechanical Engineering, there are many scopes for comming in government field. you can give GATE exam. the scopes are:
    • BHEL;
    • ONGC;
    • IOCL;
    • PGCIL;
    • NHPCL;
    • DVC;
    • Coal India Ltd.;
    • NTPC;
    • BSNL JTO;
    • MTNL;
    and many more...

    So, work hard...

    ...Best of luck...
    ...With regards from deep3079...

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    satyavivek is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Government job available for Mechanical engineering?

    Hello Friend,

    As you have completed your Graduation in Mechanical Engineering you have many job opportunities in Government sector as well as in Private sector.

    • You must get minimum of 60& in your Graduation without any backlogs from recognized university or college.
    • your age must be in between 21 to 30 years.
    • You must get good score in GATE.
    ***Some of the Government sectors:
    • DRDO
    • GAIL
    • SAIL
    • BHEL
    • BEL
    • HAL
    • NAL
    • ISRO
    • BSNL
    • APSEB
    • HPCL
    • IOCL
    • ONGC
    • NTPC , etc
    ***Some of the Private companies:
    • TISCO
    • CISCO
    • INTEX
    • HP
    • INTEL
    • APPLE
    • SONY
    • LG
    • PANASONIC , etc
    ***Selection Procedure:
    • Written Test
    • Interview
    ALL THE BEST......

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    Re: Government job available for Mechanical engineering?

    Hello Dude.....

    Mechanical Engineering:
    Mechanical Engineering is one of the primary branches of study in the engineering course of study and it mainly deals with the designing and the construction and maintenance of the systems and the operations and the parts of the machines.The Mechanical Engineering has high scope of study and also in the jobs field also...
    Mechanical engineers are al most wanted in the government sector and also in the private sectors also the mechanical engineers mainly found the jobs in the fields of the Aircraft,automobile,aerospace,steel authority of India,oil manufacturers,etc....

    Mechanical Engineers are having good scope in the government field also and some of the fields which are available for the mechanical engineers in the government sector are....
    *Steel Plant
    *UPSC Civil services
    These are some of the government organisations which are available for the Mechanical Engineers...

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    Re: Government job available for Mechanical engineering?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what are the government job for mechanical engg.?

    Hello Dear

    This is Saurav from Bhubaneswar. Its feels really nice to be converging with someone from the mechanical field.This is the toughest engineering stream.A graduate in mechanical stream has got ample opportunities in the market.I will be discussing all those important job prospects in details

    1> PSUs : - Some major PSUs giants(BHEL, NTPC, ONGC, GAIL, SAIL, IOCL, CIL etc) of our country have a regular vacancies every year.Some of these PSUs conduct an exam and followed by an interview to hire good many number of candidates from Electrical,Mechanical,Electronics,Civil branches.You may start preparing for these exams by enrolling yourself in some coaching institute or self study techniques.The notifications of such exams can be available from "employment news" on a weekly basis or you may visit freshersworld website regularly.But remember you have to be really good enough in your studies to be able to crack those exams.

    2>I E S/I A S :- If you want a dream job,probably the best paid and prestigious job in our country then you should go for IES or IAS civil service exams.These are central govt exams conducted by UPSC under the guidance and supervision of Ministry of Human resource Development.You may also apply for the technical jobs conducted by staff selection commission or state public services commission to be able to join some respectable jobs in your own state.The jobs that you will be given after qualifying IES/IAS will comprise a mixture of both managerial decisions and technical supervision.The perks and emoluments after salary is really the best.So try to crack this exam.But remember the difficulty level and syllabus for both the above mentioned exams are appreciably high.

    3>Govt Wings :- Some of the Major Government wings like Telecom sectors,Indian Railway,Indian Airlines,Indian Postal services,Indian revenue services,central excise office,Income tax dept etc also do require candidate from different core streams.You are also eligible for any of these jobs also.But remember that the jobs in these sectors are more managerial oriented rather than technical oriented.But you may expect some exciting technical jobs in Telecom sector and Indian Railway.

    4> Power ,Gas,oil and coal sectors : - Some oil and gas refineries, power sectors and coal sectors also provides opportunities for desperate and outstanding candidates to work in their organization.Also most of these sectors are interested in those students possessing a very handsome GATE scorecard.So if you want to get absorbed in any of best public sector organizations then GATE exam is a must for you.Start preparing for the gate exam by enrolling yourself in some coaching institute.Currently ACE academy ,MADE EASY are successfully running institutes probably the best in providing GATE coaching.

    5> Banking Sectors : - Yes this is very much true,even an Engineering graduate can also apply for clerical,PO/MT,AO,Technical officer types of posts in the banks.What you need here is just a degree certificate from a recognized institution or university with 55% marks which I am sure you have it.This sector is gaining a lot of momentum as far as modernization is concerned.Also the number of candidates to hired by the end of this year would likely cross 2 lakhs.So there is a hell lot of opportunity in banking sector.This kind of exams are also not that difficult.Just solving few model questions will really help you get a good rank.But yeah speed is an important criteria in the exam.Hope you understand

    6> DRDO,ISRO,Bramhos technology and SSC :- If you want a job which is challenging , prestigious and the same time related to patriotism then you have to try and qualify the exams conducted by these organization which are powered by Ministry of Defense.Well here the life is more disciplined and the perks and emoluments after salary are really good.This kind of jobs are central govt jobs with a good pay.However these kind of jobs require great courage.

    The list doesn't ends here.The above list only tells about the major job prospects in India.So remember the opportunities are many but serious hard work is required to be able to crack those exams.So start preparing your technical subjects from now on and practice MCQ .Best for luck for a bright and healthy future.

    Regards Saurav

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