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What Are The Courses After Mechanical Engineering ?

You need to choose the field which interests you and as per your ability. After completion of B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering, you can go for higher studies or find a job for yourself.

Here we share a list of several job-oriented courses which you can pursue after your mechanical engineering:

1. M.Tech:

Every big institute like the IITs, NITs, BITS, and others provide M.Tech courses in Mechanical Engineering. A 2-year full-time program can be pursued after B.Tech. For professional engineering graduates, this is a part-time program for 3-years.

2. Piping Design and Engineering Course:

A job-oriented course that will make you industry-ready. One of the most recommended courses by experts after completion of graduation in Mechanical Engineering. Not every engineering graduate are eligible for the course. The piping course includes some concepts which are relevant to a mechanical engineer and hence makes it difficult for other engineering graduates.

Courses offered by the institutes:

-M.Tech in Piping Design and Engineering

-Post Graduate Diploma in Piping Design more


  • Since Mechanical Engineering includes includes a wide range of subjects including Designing, Thermodynamics, HVAC, Production Engineering, Maintenance Engineering, Power plant engineering etc, it open wide job opportunities in the production, design, manufacture, and maintenance sector. Though it is very beneficial to do an M.Tech in Piping and designing, Robotics, Tool Designing, Production, Fluid Mechanics, if you are looking for a job-oriented short-term course, as a mechanical engineer I would suggest certification courses such as Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning Techniques, Autodesk Product Designing (CAD, CAM, CATIA, MATLAB, Solid Edge), QA/QC Welding Inspector course etc. A good number of institutes are available in India that provides quality courses after Mechanical Engineering. However, it would be better to do a thorough research before joining any institute to pursue the right course. 

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