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  1. atinsood

    atinsood New Member

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    dis is gonna sound a real shocker to u

    i m doin mech. engg. but i m really into computers.

    so fellas can u tell me wat else i need to know besides c/cpp to get a good software naukri.

    plz suggests some books for the above
     
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    anubhavsinha11 New Member

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    just do tally and it is sure that you will get a service
     
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    I dont think been a mech engg ya wanna be just a computer operator
    or acountant. So fget tally.
    N im not at all shoked.
    I know an instrumentation engg. who earns 40k.
    A B Com working for silverline n earning more than 90K.
    N there are many more.
     
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    Learn basics of hardware and networking. U can easily get a 15K job.
     
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    what about HTML+JS+ASP+ASP.NET+C#+VB.NET
    or
    JAVA+EJB+JSP+WSAD(tool) or J2EE
     
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    pradeep_chauhan New Member

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    try learning mech engg and related cad cam excell in your own field dont fall for the grass is greener on the other side concept
     
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    I suggest, u keep to mech only.....
    it's got a lot of scope in future, keep working hard. try mastering in CAD CAM PRO-E. and u'll be on top of the world....
     
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    Networking-Lan,Wifi etc.
    Unix
    Concentrate on prgramming languages for the web-Jawa,C# etc
    DBMS
    Scripting lanuages
    ETC
     
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    whoa
    there is a lot u can do in computers while still being a mech engg

    1. CAD/CAM - Computer Aided Designing/Machining - Lots of applications are developed for designing and manufacturing products of complex profile
    2. Computational Fluid Mechanics - The most happening thing in thermal aspect of mechanical engg. Scope of GRE Apps too increases many folds in this field
    3.Simulation - softwares like "Symbols 2000" ( http://www.symbols2000.com/ ) are used to simulate physical systems in a computer using various models and then the simulations are subjected to various loads to see the effect of loads on the system. All this happens on the computer without harming the real physical system. There are so many other simulation softwares.

    Companies like GE, Thermax, Cummins, Transoft, etc want us mechanical engineers.

    If you wanted simply to write programs or codes.
    You can do so in the fields i've pointed out above, simultaneously using your knowledge in mechanical engg

    There are thousands of ppl who can write programs in a software company
    But few ppl have the technical knowledge along with computer soundness as these companies want it...
    There are very good job oppurtunities in mechanical engg in relation to computer oriented white collar jobs

    BTW, I'm a mech engg too
     
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    sujithtom New Member

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    C/cpp are the best languages but to get jobs thay ask for PLs like java, some scripting languge and a web language, usually PHP or XML besides C and CPP
     
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    why don't u try AutoCAD+ MEch. Desktop heard hese r in market now nd rocking
     
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