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    DyproxyLoxy
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    What all courses should I learn while studying Mechanical engineering?

    Sir....

    What all courses should I learn while studying Mechanical engineering?





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    watermelon
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    Re: What all courses should I learn while studying Mechanical engineering?

    Hi dear friend

    Mechanical engineering has always good opportunities in private and public sectors

    I think mechanical engineering is very easy subject to learn.it is to understand and easy to apply practically

    coming to courses you have to learn following courses while studying mechanical engineering

    ---- Auto CAD

    ----CATIA

    ----Pro-E

    ---ANSYS

    ---UNI GRAPHIX

    etc

    this is enough for mechanical students

    All the best




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    indyarocks
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    Re: What all courses should I learn while studying Mechanical engineering?

    Hello friend you need to study on,

    Mechanical engineering teaches,

    engineering mechanics,

    engineering materials,

    machine design,

    engineering economics,

    power plant engineering.,

    hydraulics and hydraulic machinery

    ,thermodynamics and heat engines,

    engineering mathematics,

    design and drafting.

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    omprakash_dhaker
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    Re: What all courses should I learn while studying Mechanical engineering?

    some courses which are very helpful for mechanical to get a good job ,these are-

    1 Designing-it is one of the most important for mechanical engineers that they must have good designing skills.some softwares used are-

    Autocad

    Solidworks

    PRO-E

    Autodesk inventor

    CATIA

    UGNX

    2 robotics

    3 metrology and inspection course for two weeks.

    4 heat treatment of metals

    5 welding of special materials.

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