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Mechanical Engineering

Chief Mechanical Engineer Girish Chandra Budhalakoti talks about Mechanical Engineering course, what is Mechanical Engineering and other details about a Career in Mechanical Engineering.




Mechanical Engineering

Girish Chandra Budhalakoti | Chief Mechanical Engineer | Indian Railways






What is Mechanical Engineering?


A Career in Mechanical Engineering is very intriguing. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find information about What Mechanical Engineering actually is. Most pages on the internet just talk about How to get into Mechanical Engineering. The most authoritative source of information on Mechanical Engineering is someone with real experience in it.

Chief Mechanical Engineer Girish Chandra Budhalakoti invested 36 years & 11 months in Mechanical Engineering. Chief Mechanical Engineer Girish Chandra Budhalakoti describes Mechanical Engineering as:

Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies engineering, physics, and materials science principles to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the design, production, and operation of machinery.





How Chief Mechanical Engineer Girish Chandra Budhalakoti got into Mechanical Engineering?


After doing my graduation and post graduation in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Roorkee, I joined Indian Railways in 1982 and worked as Chief Mechanical Engineer.





Chief Mechanical Engineer Girish Chandra Budhalakoti's Talk on Mechanical Engineering



Starts with what is:
     1) Mechanical Engineering  

Next, it covers Education. It is easy to Google information about what Qualifications are needed to enter Mechanical Engineering, this Talk went a step ahead to talk about the body of knowledge one needs to develop to excel at Mechanical Engineering. Here is a list of Education items required for Mechanical Engineering:
     2) Physics and Mathematics  
     3) Management  
     4) Industrial Psychology  
     5) Production Planning  
     6) Finance and Budgeting  
     7) Manufacturing Technology  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Anyone aspiring for Mechanical Engineering needs to understand that Skill development is crucial for success. It defines Skills in terms of following items for Mechanical Engineering:
     8) Communication  
     9) Managerial Skills  
     10) Computers  
     11) Planning  
     12) Decision Making  

There are great positives of Mechanical Engineering. The Talk goes through this list of Positives of Mechanical Engineering:
     13) Diversity  
     14) Job Satisfaction  
     15) Opportunity  

There are a few Challenges in Mechanical Engineering which one needs to be cognizant of:
     16) Competition  
     17) Hard Working Field  
     18) Labour Problems  

In the final section of the Talk, Girish Chandra Budhalakoti talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     19) Machines  





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Chief Mechanical Engineer Girish Chandra Budhalakoti's LifePage:


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LifePage Career Talk on Mechanical Engineering


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(Mechanical Engineering, Girish Chandra Budhalakoti, Indian Railways, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering, Mechanical Engineer, Industrial Production, Engineer, Manufacturing)







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