Future in Mechanical Engineering is too bright, as the technology is transforming day by day and everyone wants grow with latest technology. A Mechanical Engineer can customise the product or tools as per the need of the customer. They can also design new machineries as well as equipments for the comforts of day to day life.
NIIST attempts relevant, high quality placements through building young competent engineering professionals. We actively connect with the Engineering industries and encourage companies to recruit our students. The pre-placement sessions are specially arranged where the students are given sessions for personality development, soft skill development and communication skills which adds to the flair, facilitating the recruitment process.
NIIST students are well placed in top multinational companies. Training & placement cell organizes campus drives and arranges off-Campus interviews too.
Following are the job opportunities
- Production engineer
- Quality Control Officer
- Quality Assurance officer
- Design Engineer
- R & D
- Teaching Profession
- Can start their own company
Future In Government Sectors
Apart from the private sector companies, there are also many government companies offering job to Engineer graduates. Below is the list of government sector engineering companies in various parts of the country.
- IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited) …
- NHPC (National Hydroelectric Power Corporation) …
- GAIL (Gas Authority of India Limited) …
- COAL India. …
- ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) …
- SCI (Shipping Corporation of India) …
- ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization)
B.Tech and B.Tech (Part Time)
10+2 passed with science stream subjects (PCM) from a recognized board with minimum 45% for Gen. category and 40% for OBC (except creamy layer) /SC/ST (Only M.P Domicile candidates)
B.Tech (Lateral entry)
Polytechnic from any recognized university, passed with minimum 45 percent marks for Gen. Category and 40% for OBC/SC/ST (Only M.P Domicile candidates)