Launch of EVs and future of Mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineering is known to be the oldest branch of engineering but has constantly come up with new trends that have created spectacular breakthroughs across industries. From design to automation to manufacturing of industrial machinery to aviation, the Midas’ touch of mechanical engineering has made it a preferable branch of engineering. 

Scope and Future Of Mechanical Engineering

The Fourth Industrial Revolution technology has set the stage for fusion of advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI), robotics, Internet of Things (IoT), quantum computing among other things. Automation has drastically grown and has impacted most industries. Hence, Mechanical Engineering has naturally become one of the most favored branches of engineering in recent times. 

Gone are the days when mechanical engineers were confined to just the manufacturing industry. Today, mechanical engineers are in high demand, both domestically and internationally, due to rapid industrialization across the globe. Students of this engineering stream, when equipped with additional qualifications, can easily be placed in middle or senior management and administrative positions. Some of the best mechanical engineering colleges in Bangalore particularly are focused on offering courses that blend the cyber physical systems, Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Systems (IoS). 

Sarit Das, Director, IIT Ropar and professor in the mechanical engineering department in IIT Madras believes that a major chunk of jobs in the market today depend on mechanical engineers. He further says that sectors such as Electric Vehicles (EV), smart and connected devices, bio-engineering, 3-D printing and renewable energy will see high demand for mechanical engineers. 

Latest Trends and Future Scope

Today the scope of mechanical engineering has gone above and beyond the conventional domains such as manufacturing and expanded to new domains such as robotics, geomechanics, nanotechnology, and computer-aided design. 

  • Robotics : Robotics is best described as the combination of mechanical engineering, computer science, and electrical engineering. While this field aims at designing and developing robotic systems. mechanical engineering works toward developing computer systems that control robotic systems. 
  • Mechatronics : As the name suggests, mechatronics is a combination of mechanical engineering, IT (Information Technology), and electrical engineering. The scope of mechatronics is wide and ranges from designing complex engineering systems to processing automation. 

Electric Vehicles (EV)- A fast emerging travel option and job opportunity

An estimate says that the Indian automotive sector is close to a $100 billion industry (EV sector is a considerably large part of this industry), and employs over 19 million people (according to the Department of Heavy Industries). Furthermore, according to NITI Aayog, by 2030, about 80% of two and three-wheelers, 40% of buses and 30-70% of cars will be EVs. About 35% of passenger miles will apparently be on shared vehicles. Experts predict that these changes will drastically increase access to transport/mobility for the masses and will also create the need for manpower (most probably mechanical engineers) across a wide variety of profiles. 

The Present Market Scenario

Though the average yearly income of mechanical engineers is below Rs.3.5 lakhs, knowledge of robotics and electrical systems will help you to get a better pay package. Though now the pay offer is lower than computer science, it will rise again. According to the global consultancy firm Deloitte, India is expected to create more new opportunities for mechanical engineers in India in the nearby future.

 

CMRIT – One of the Best Mechanical Engineering Colleges Offering Future Ready Courses

CMRIT is one of the top private engineering colleges in Bangalore and offers mechanical engineering design courses that help create a base for aspirants of Design, Automation, Mechatronics, FEM and other industries. The college has imparted quality education for 20 years, offers world-class infrastructure along with experienced faculty known for academic brilliance and innovative teaching skills. 

 

Affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, approved by AICTE, New Delhi and recognised by Government of Karnataka, CMRIT is also accredited by NBA (CSE, ECE, EEE,CV, ISE, ME) and NAAC with A+ (Certificate). 

Placements 

Some of the top recruiters in the country flock to CMRIT to hire their best talent and the list includes companies such as Wipro, Accenture, KPMG, EY, Amazon, Syncron, etc. The Placement Cell at CMRIT is called the Career Guidance and Placement Bureau and offers career guidance and placement assistance to students.  The college has the required infrastructure and facilities for conducting placement drives on the campus and has an impeccable track record of 100% placement.

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