Students taking up polytechnic diploma engineering courses do have a lot of opportunities available in the present job scenario. Most of the companies offer good pay packages for the deserving candidates. There are plenty of freshers jobs for polytechnic diploma holders available in the engineering companies.

Polytechnic Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

If you have a diploma in mechanical engineering then you can look out for options in the field of mechanical drafting, modification of the designs existing, machine maintenance, costing and estimating and designing. The major companies dealing with mechanical engineering works appoint freshers for the entry level positions. They also provide the candidates with necessary prior training before they start working. Some of the designations matching the job profile of diploma mechanical engineering graduates are CAD Application engineers, Draughtsman Auto cad, detailing engineers, design engineer mechanical, structural engineer and trainee engineers.


Polytechnic Diploma in Civil Engineering

Candidates with a diploma in civil engineering may apply for jobs available in the field of construction. The main job profiles available to suit the criteria of civil engineers are site engineers involved with the supervision of work, draftsman, surveyors, office procedures, estimation work and in-charge of the quality control. If you have an inclination towards business you can also start your own consultancy in this field.


Job Prospects for Diploma in Electrical Engineering:

Diploma in Electrical Engineering holders can find job opportunities in the following fields:

• Companies engaged in the distribution, transmission and generation of electric power

• Supervisor or executive position in distribution and transmission networks and sub-stations and power stations as well

• Private organizations dealing with the field of sale and manufacture of varied electrical equipments

• Organizations engaged in the repairing, maintenance and installation of electrical equipment


Electronics Engineering


Electronics are an essential part of modern society. Most of the appliances we have around the house are electronic as well as our computers, mobile phones and so on. Electronics engineers are responsible for designing and producing a huge range of these technologies such as GPS systems, portable music players and more. Electronics engineers generally do not work with computers, as this is a specialist role for computer engineers.

Usually electronics engineers specialize in a particular area such as communications, signal processing or aviation electronics for example. How they differ from electrical engineers is that electrical engineers concentrate on the production and supply of electricity whereas electronics engineers are concerned with the application of electricity to control systems or for signal processing. Electronics engineers generally only deal with small amounts of electricity as opposed to large generators and plants that electrical engineers may work on. Most electronics engineers work with consumer goods such as televisions and stereos, although others work on equipment for industrial and commercial use.

There are a huge range of different jobs that electronics engineers can be involved in, and each one is different to the next. They could be working on developing the latest television or they could be developing heart rate monitors for hospitals.


Automobile Engineering


The Automotive industry designs, develops, manufactures, markets and sells the world's motor vehicles. This industry owes its origin to the contributions made by renowned automotive engineers like Karl Benz, Henry Ford, and Rudolph Diesel. Top Automobile manufacturers like General Motors, Ford, Chrysler and Toyota have certainly increased the prospects of automotive engineering and inspired many to pursue their careers in automotive engineering.

Broadly automotive engineers are separated into three main streams: product engineering, development engineering and manufacturing engineering.

Product engineer (also called design engineer), designs components/systems (i.e. brake engineer and battery engineer). This engineer designs and tests a part, seeing that it meets all its requirements(i.e. the shock), performs as required, material meets desired durability and so on.

Development engineer that engineers the attributes of the automobile. This engineer may provide to the design engineer what spring rate he/she requires to provide the "ride" characteristics required for the automobile to perform as desired etc.

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