Mechanical Engineering’s Future in India 2019

From the hands of the clock to the hinge in the door, the refrigerator you use to the car you drive, every machinery that one could imagine makes use of mechanical engineering.

One of the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines, the field requires an understanding of core areas including mechanics, dynamics, structural analysis, and electricity. In addition to these core principles, mechanical engineers use tools such as computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and product life cycle management.

There is a reason why a large part of the young population wants to become a mechanical engineer in India. A stable and high-paying job, the scope of employment for mechanical engineers is limitless, given the broadening of their scope in basic commodities that we use every day to the highly-valued items for the military and the government. 

Mr. SK Selvan, Managing Director, CADD Centre Training Services Private Limited, reiterates that the need for ‘skilled mechanical engineers’ will rise exponentially in the future not just in India but all across the globe.

However, there is a need to couple the knowledge of engineering graduates with skills as merely acquiring a degree is not enough to secure a job.

CADD Centre Rohini, one of the best autocad training institute in Delhi, is playing a significant role in identifying individuals aspiring to become an engineer and training them with the required skills so that they can become relevant to the current times.

Quoting former President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Mr. Selvan adds that in India, the problem is not employment but employability.

‘If you ask any organization about the single most challenge they face, they will say it is finding the right people. They want to recruit people but they want to recruit the right people. They don’t want to recruit just anybody and everybody. They are very focused and determined about getting the right skillsets for the company and the country,’ he adds.

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched ‘Make in India’ to empower the manufacturing sector, he realized the need to skill the youth in various sectors including designing and engineering. Hence, ‘Skill India’ program was launched to provide thrust to the ‘Make in India’ campaign.

It is important for the engineering graduates to understand that they must equip themselves with the skills that are needed by the industry. CADD Centre’s AutoCAD training institute in Rohini, Delhi, aims to add value to the engineering students of the region and transform the landscape of engineering and design in the entire country.  

If you wish to have a fair head start in the search for a job, join CADD Centre Rohini and learn skills such as Autocad Training, Revil structural, Creo, Catia, etc. from some of the best trainers in the city. Get in touch with us!