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  1. Hello everyone I am Ashutosh [a student of mech engg]. I am interested in learning about the actual working conditions in govt engg jobs for example IES or in the power sector like NTPC or Mahagenco,etc . I have visited their sites & they say that the job profile is dynamic & all that but i want to know the ground reality. My friend [a mech engineer] who was selected in BPCL a few years ago enjoys a good package but he was honest with me & told me that his job is mostly clerical. I have heard that in govt engg firms the atmosphere is typical of the "chalta hai" attitude & there's nothing much technically challenging about it. I dont want to stagnate in such a condition. If anyone has any experience of working in govt engg firms please comment.
  2. these are a few that i know: 1] comparatively lesser range of distance coverable after the battery's been charged 2] high initial cost of the hi tech battery equipment 3] low pick up 4] the batteries are quite heavy
  3. Thanks a lot Vikram.Mighty. Your advice means a lot at this stage.
  4. Hi Tejas, Thanks a lot for your valuable insight. Just one more question, if i can get direct entry into R&D after Masters then isnt it more desirable rather than to slowly work my way into R&D after my bachelor's degree? is this logic correct or there are some other factors to be considered?
  5. Hello everyone, I am a mechanical engineering student interested in doing R&D in the industry. Every year some of the top Mechanical engineering companies come to our campus for campus recruitment. My question is, If selected, Will i get an opportunity to progress within the company to its R&D dept? Or should i go for my masters (like MTech or MS) & then will i get a direct entry into R&D of a company? So the question here is basically should i go for my masters immediately after my degree or get placed after my degree & try for an opening in R&D? Which option has a better chance of me landing up in R&D?
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