India is an developing nation and soon going to be one of the top leaders with development in every aspect. This will surely open multiple door for every budding aspirants. Demand for efficient engineer will grow. This will ultimately lead to increase in competition amount students, hence only the efficient and capable aspirant will get the opportunity and inefficient will lack behind.

So, getting just a degree won't work, you need to have a proficient diploma and certificate to get the advantage and secure your future.

So in this blog you will be provided will the information of requisite courses you can purse in Mechanical field.

Mechanical engineering is addressed an Kind of engineering so it is, from a single equipment at your home to heavy machinery in industries every where Mechanical engineering have spread it's wings. It is one of the most diverse and versatile of the engineering disciplines.

The broadness of the Mechanical Engineering degree offers a wide array of career possibilities.

So,what are the various requisite courses one can do in order to avail the various job opportunities?

These courses will help you in sharpening your skills and will also plays a significant role in enhancing your resume which will surely give an edge while getting a Job.


 First and well structure course is masters in core branches like Thermal, Design and Manufacturing, but these are very well known and prevalent courses.

Masters in mechanical engineering is deferred in different ways depending upon the country like Master of Science(MS) and Master of Engineering (M.Engg). Usually this program is of 2 yrs and you must hold

a bachelors degree in related disciple

Skills acquired through degree are-

  1.  Technical expertise
  2.  Analytical and problem solving skills
  3.  Very strong numerancy
  4.  Data analysis
  5.  General IT skills


Jobs in Mechanical-

Job prospect in mechanical engineering is mostly divided in three categories-

1. Design

2. Research

3. Production


Mechanical design engineers create, develop and test products such as machines, tools and sensors.

For designing in mechanical engineering their are various tools required like-

Computer Aided Design(CAD)

It is the software tool which is used in computer systems to assist in the creation, modification, analysis, and optimisation of a design. It is a three dimensional design tool for developing 2 and 3 dimensional models which can later be translated into a product. 

Some of the famous CAD tools are-

  • AutoCAD
  • Pro-E
  • CATIA Solid Works

Some tools like PDMS & SP3D are also used for piping design in Big plants. These tools are hugely demanded in oil and power plant industry.

Hence, you can learn anyone of the tool mentioned above as they are now widely demanded in Design Engineering.

Computer Aided Engineering(CAM)

CAM is a training tool for improving productivity.It is specifically designed for computer systems to plan, manage, and control manufacturing operations. It is a use of computer systems to analyze CAD geometry. It allows a designer to simulate and study how the product will behave, allowing for optimization.


Research and Development engineers, develop new products, redesign existing products, and perform research and testing on product concepts. R&D engineers design and implement project plans to create various types of products.

Under research analysis many industry use Computer Aided Engineering for FEM & CFD.

The finite element method (FEM)

FEM is a numerical technique used to perform finite element analysis of any given physical phenomenon.

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)

CFD is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical analysis and data structures to analyze and solve problems that involve fluid flows

These are some advance tools which also requires good fundamental knowledge of subjects. These tools are mostly referred by post graduate students.

Some of the best tools are-



You can learn these tools from any certified college or university preferably from any Government recognized institute.

For your reference you can also check out MSME Tool Room in Aurangabad, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Indore.

Also you can visit Skill India website for similar or additional courses.


Mechanical Production Engineers primarily design and construct large-scale industrial and mechanical processing plants and facilities. They also plan and coordinate manufacturing activities and take on administrative tasks like drawing up budgets and ensuring programs are run smoothly and efficiently.

They are also use CAD related tools which have different modules like CAM, PLM etc.

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

It is the process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from inception, through engineering design and manufacture, to service and disposal of manufactured products.

Best things to learn while taking any CAD tool is Geometric dimensioning and

Tolerancing (GD&T) now it is a must skills for creating any manufacturing drawing and also for Quality Inspection of Manufactured products.

Now, in Production you need Management skills for which wither you can do MBA(Master's in Business Management) or PGDM(Post Graduate Diploma in Management) in Production management or Quality Management.

MBA in Production Management-

The objective of the program is to minimize the production cost and to maximize the profit, output and quality of the goods and services produced.

It is a 2 yr based program. Major exams for entering reputed colleges are CAT, XAT, MAT and many others.

MBA in Quality Management-

MBA in Quality Management essentially covers the theories, concepts and techniques involved in total quality management (TQM). It is also a 2 yr program and major Entrance Exam are CAT, XAT, MAT,NMAT, SNAP etc. The candidate must be the holder of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline from a recognized university.

Some of the well reputed institutes are-

1. Indian Statistical Institute

2. NITIE, Bombay

3. IIT, Bombay, Delhi.

Apart from these you can also join government training institutes which offer many professional courses in various industries which are very specific.

Some of these courses are-

National Power Training Institute(NPTI) for Power plants

CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum for oil industries

Safety Professional Institute(SPI) for industrial safety.

These are the relevant courses details which you can further opt in order to grab the best opportunities. Find out suitable course for yourself and through understanding of related criteria and start working towards brighter future.

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