i completed BE mechanical in 2011. still i cant able to find job. ANY PLACEMENT COURSE AVAILABLE AFTER BE MECHANICAL

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Posted by Raju, 1 year, 4 months ago | Posts : 3

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i completed BE mechanical in 2011. still i cant able to find job. ANY PLACEMENT COURSE AVAILABLE AFTER BE MECHANICAL

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    if you inserted in oil and gas field with placement assistance, you can join field piping engineering or process equipment engineering courses with seabirdgroups they provides good training in oil and gas industries.
    Posted by vaish, 2 years, 7 months ago   |   ReplyReport
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    Hello student, 

    You can opt for these courses after completing your Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering-

     

    • AutoCAD
    • CATIA
    • Solid Edge
    • Pro-E
    • Ansys
    • Solid Works
    • CAD/CAM software
    • Fluent / Gambit
    • CNC Programming
    • Unigraphics
    • Coade

    Career options in Mechcanical Engineering

     

    Good luck!

    Posted by HTCampus, 2 years, 7 months ago   |   ReplyReport
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    Hi Raju I have met many engineering students and we have discussed about many engineering issues and disciplines. One question which almost every engineer asks is this: "which is the best carrier option for engineers? Which institute will help us learn more about our engineering field?". This question is asked by almost all engineering students no matter which branch of engineering they are in. Mechanical engineers, civil engineers, and all other engineers have this question in mind. So here I am going to tell you the best training istitude for engineers and how it can help you all. Seabird Engineering Services in relatively a new concern in india which is globally popular Seabird engineering helps you in many ways. This is the only one engineering institute in India which teaches all about oil and gas field and the course fees is very cheaper My best suggestion in to take part in this courses and make you carrier bright
    Posted by shankar, 2 years, 7 months ago   |   ReplyReport