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    Is it true that Mechanical engineering is a Evergreen Branch? If yes then why companies don't give salary to employee?

    hi
    iam kiran studying btech 3rd year (mechanical)
    my seniour frnd complete btech he got 70% but he did't get job .may be he get job salery 5000 r 6000 .iam avearge student. now compleate 2nd sem i got 58% ..wt should i do .tel me after btech i got job or not.wat i do aftr btech .(mainly casue iam telugu median student up2 inter )

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    sreenathk is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Is it true that Mechanical engineering is a Evergreen Branch? If yes then why companies don't give salary to employee?

    yes it is a evergreen branch.you will get alot of awesome job opputunities if you try.And you never want to look others just do your best to obtain a good job.now you just concentrate on your study and just make a good percent.

    after you finish b tech you can do mtech or mba
    it will good for your career

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    Re: Is it true that Mechanical engineering is a Evergreen Branch? If yes then why companies don't give salary to employee?

    You need to first of improve your communication skills. It is important that you fair well in the GD and personal interview round. For this if you are unable to express yourself you will not be selected. So read newspapers, books and work towards improving your grammar and presentation skills. You should also be prepared for the technical rounds. You should have sound subject knowledge so start preparing for various exams by referring past papers. Also try to secure a minimum of 60% in graduation to increase the job prospects.

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    Samjebasingh is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Is it true that Mechanical engineering is a Evergreen Branch? If yes then why companies don't give salary to employee?

    Hi Friend,

    As Every one Say Mechanical Engineering is Evergreen Branch,
    Because It has lot of Job opportunities,
    You cant get high Salary as a fresher But when you earn two or three years of experience from a Company by working for the small amount of Salary then you can get higher Salary Jobs either with in the company you working or outside the Company,
    And You may get upto 90k per month Once you get enough Experience.

    So Dont worry about the Salary You will have Job all the time,
    If you need higher salary from the begining of your career Just go for Government Jobs,But you need to work hard to get the Government Jobs as there will be huge competition to get the jobs.

    Lot of Government Jobs available for Mechanical Engineering in Both Central and State Government Organisations.

    Best Of Luck

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    Samerjeet singh is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Is it true that Mechanical engineering is a Evergreen Branch? If yes then why companies don't give salary to employee?

    Company give salry on your work and talent. If you had talent you can earn much money in any company and with any type of engineering. Mechanical engeneering is called evergreen because none of mechanical engineer is unemployed. Many of them are earning 1 lakh 2lakh and much more per month.

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    Re: Is it true that Mechanical engineering is a Evergreen Branch? If yes then why companies don't give salary to employee?

    which fields in mechanical engineering is best and reliable?

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