M. E or master of Engineering in Automobile Engineering is a 2-year full time Post Graduation course.
Minimum Eligibility: A candidate must have completed B.E or B.tech in Automobile Engineering from a recognised University.
On successful course completion, deserving candidates can be absorbed by automobile giants including TELCO, L & T, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra & Mahindra, Heldex India, Bajaj Auto and Gabrial as Supplier Warranty Recovery Specialist, Underbody Engineer, Senior Production Engineer, Quality Engineer, Mechanical Design Engineer and Driver Instrumentation Engineer.
For fresh graduates, salary package per month may be around 15k to 20k. However, with experience and skill development, the salary range may be as high as 1,00,000 INR per month.
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