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Our choice of course path or stream plays an important role in shaping our career which in turn impacts our life. While there is various options available for a student to pursue in the field of engineering in the current scenario, Mechanical Engineering(ME) is a mainstream and popular course as it is also one of the oldest or first branch of engineering that involves design, development, production and use of mechanical tools to solve mechanical issues. Mechanical Engineers use these core principles along with tools like computer-aided engineering and product lifecycle management to design and analyse manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices and more.
With burgeoning development of new technology, the engineering streams are being diversified into many sub streams exhibiting rapid growth. There is tremendous scope for mechanical engineers in automobile engineering, cement industry, steel, power sector, hydraulics, manufacturing plants, drilling and mining industry, petroleum, aeronautical, biotechnology etc. The traditional boundaries of Mechanical Engineers is expanding to new arenas too like biomedical science, nanotechnology, environmental conservation. Like other engineering streams, the aim is to make processes efficient, cost effective and eco-friendly. The onset of automation in the picture, the demand for Mechanical Engineers for private as well as public sector job opportunities is at rise to increasingly supervise, design, monitor and analyse these systems. Significant sectors like railways, national highways, heavy-engineering industries, ports, defence etc are some of the leading employers for ME.
The GATE Online Crash Course 2019 Mechanical Engineering(ME) by Vani Institute in association with AspireBuzz emphasizes on the understanding of the core concepts and systematic analysis involved in mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, material science and structural analysis. Mechanical Engineers use these core principles for their day to day vocation. The critical and relevant concept components of Mechanical Engineering subjects and topics such as Fluid Mechanics, 'clutches and brakes, gears and bearings, variable stresses' in Machine Design, 'engineering materials, metal casting' in Production, Heat Transfer etc are scrupulously and interactively explained and illustrated in our GATE online classes 2019 ME through the learning platform of AspireBuzz.