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MOFA Attested Mechanical Engineering Diploma in Islamabad

Rs 30,000.00

  • MOFA Attested Mechanical Engineering Diploma in Islamabad
  • MOFA Attested Mechanical Engineering Diploma in Islamabad
  • MOFA Attested Mechanical Engineering Diploma in Islamabad
  • MOFA Attested Mechanical Engineering Diploma in Islamabad
  • MOFA Attested Mechanical Engineering Diploma in Islamabad
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Price : Rs 30,000.00
Date : 28/09/2020
Location :office#02, Street#43, Allah Wali Market, F8/1 Islamabad

MOFA Attested Mechanical Engineering Diploma in Islamabad, Mardan, Peshawar, Swat, Sawabi, Bagh, Rawala kot, Kotli, Karachi, Multan, Lahore, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Sahiwal, Attock, Chakwa Pakistan O3119903317, O3165643400, MOFA Attested Mechanical Diploma in Islamabad Pakistan O3165643400, O03119903317

Mechanical engineers build the world around us. From the tiniest nanotechnology, through to cars and buildings, to airplanes and space stations, mechanical engineers are responsible for the design and development of most things. Studying mechanical engineering is a combination of science, maths, and computing. It’s the study of machinery, and how to manufacture and maintain it at all levels. It’s a limitless subject, which plays a role in everything from vehicles to cities, energy to artificial intelligence, military to healthcare, and everything in between. Mechanical engineering is considered to be one of the most challenging undergraduate degrees on offer, so you won’t be surprised to hear that entry requirements can be steep. Generally, you’ll need to have a qualification in maths and/or physics. But, just as importantly, you’ll need to show good grades in whichever subjects you’re studying. Other subjects that will support an application for mechanical engineering include further maths, design technology, computing, product design, and the other sciences. When it comes to your skills and extracurricular activities, universities will be looking for practicality, attention to detail, proficiency with technology, computing, and numeracy. Mechanical engineering is challenging, but that’s because it’s also rewarding. Don’t expect to be sitting in lectures and seminars for the entirety of your degree, which will generally last three or four years. During that time, you’ll be involved in lots of practical and demonstration sessions, as well as laboratory and workshop lessons.

Some modules you may study are:

•Structural materials

•Engineering concepts

•Solid mechanics

•Thermodynamics

•Thermofluids

•Biomedical and bioengineering

•Electromechanicals

•Systems modelling