Design Engineers are required in almost every sector be it automobile, aerospace, shipping, construction, IC design, medical equipment’s, sports gears and office accessories etc. Industrial designers also carry out extensive research on latest design trends, market values, safety, texture, shape, safety weight and materials to be used before designing a product.

Learning Outcomes of this Track:

  • subject-specific technical knowledge and expertise
  • commercial awareness of your specialist area of engineering
  • an eye for detail and a methodical work process
  • IT and CAD knowledge
  • analytical and numeracy skills
  • creative problem-solving ability

Career Opportunities:

  • aerospace and automotive industries
  • computing and software development
  • construction and building services
  • design and engineering consultancies
  • energy utilities, including nuclear
  • government agencies, local authorities, hospitals and educational institutions
  • industrial and domestic product manufacturers and retailers
  • process industries, including pharmaceuticals, food and cosmetics
  • oil and gas industries, including petrochemical industries
  • transport and highways industries

Higher Education Prospects:

Students can even look at a postgraduate degree in industrial design/tool design/ machine design and automobile engineering. You can explore courses at the Industrial Design Centre at IIT, Powai or IDDC, IIT Delhi; CPMD, IISc Bangalore; design Programme, IIT Kanpur or NID, Ahmedabad, Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore or any reputed design college.

Faculty Speaks

B.Tech(ME) with specialization in Engineering Design – Mr Praveen Singh