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Internship adds up an extra mile to mechanical engineers who are seeking for higher studies or career options after graduation.



In today's market there are lot of mechanical engineers who are seeking for career building at different stages of their career, one who just recently graduated looking for masters or seeking for jobs, and a case of already employed is looking for career growth.

Mechanical engineers has lots of option to choose from mechatronics, automotive,aerospace, production, robotics, power, computational sciences, plastics, nanotechnology, Industrial engineering ,Engineering & management and many more.


An internship is a period of work experience offered by an employer to give students and graduates exposure to the working environment, often within a specific industry,which relates to their field of study.

Internships can be as short as a week or as long as 12 months. They can be paid or voluntary; however, before you start an internship it’s important to know your rights with regards to getting paid.

Internships can be done in a range of sectors, including sales,  marketing,  engineering,  graphic design, management, I.T. and many, many more. Throughout an internship you will develop a variety of soft skills, including communication skills, personal effectiveness, presentation skills, creative problem solving and influencing skills.

‘On-the-job’ experience can be as valuable as anything learned in your studies. After all, you cannot really understand what a job is all about until you have worked in that environment. Internships are great opportunities to speak directly to people who have experience in the role you aspire to; and their knowledge of the job and working environment will give you a greater understanding of what it’s all about and what you need to do to progress.

Your career aspirations may change when you’re faced with the true realities of a role. Internships can therefore be used as a ‘try before you buy’ option, before you embark on a career and confirm if this is what you want to do in the long term.

Internships can give you a genuine knowledge into the universe of work, enabling you to expand on the hypothesis you learned at college and helping you to increase commonsense aptitudes that will help reinforce your CV and make you more employable. Entry levelpositions offer you the opportunity to test your abilities, in actuality, circumstances, investigate your profession alternatives and gain a knowledge into an organisation or career path.


Many foreign universities look for Internships, Certifications, work experience, recommendations and give more importance how good your statement of purpose is drafted at the time of application to give admission.

Before Graduating participating in extra circular activities, attending various technical seminars, workshops and passing in any design certification exam will have an edge over getting admission in top universities apart from the score secured in competitive exams like GRE, GATE,TOEFL,IELTS.

Every hour is more valuable after graduating, if u been rejected/or not qualified to the universities, you have to wait for a couple of months more to reapply and time keeps on ticking off .

After graduating seek internships with the help of your parents, friends ,relatives or any providers in the market , which will add value to your profile rather than just waiting for the outcome of the further process. Internship will fill the void in your resume for any future endeavors & boosts your skill capability individually.

If you have been geared up with the required skills with a minimum experience & exposure of work ,it might help you in seizing the opportunity when given to you. These Internship programs might be paid depending upon the outcome of the work & effort you have put in benefiting to the organisation .

Mechanical Internships will be accessible in both design & manufacturing segment who are keen in improving their technical ability & working towards to their career path. Many young entrepreneurs are keen in picking up these graduates who wish to work as intern for couple of months and would recruit few of them if they perform outstanding among all.

Mechrise is one such organisation creating a wonderful platform by bridging the gap between the academia & Industry for mechanical engineers who are seeking for internships . I am particularly glad and pleased with the kind of service, attention they take on each and every candidate advising career opportunities along with the skills required at industry level says Mr A. Jayan MD of NEC Pvt Ltd.

For more information Click the link http://www.mechrise.com/auth/Blog


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