Dear friends, i am a hearing disabled mechanical engineer willing to study masters in engineering and confused?
i am planning to do masters degree in mechanical engineering. which specialization is suitable for hearing disabled mechanical engineer in order to get a government job after completing the masters degree. i see lot of specialisation in masters like M.E in Energy Engineering and Management, Thermal engineering, CAD/CAM, Manufacturing Technology, Nanotechnology etc., i am confused friends. Please help me to choose a correct specialisation considering my disability and future career. Thanks in advance.
Asked By: thangama - 5/1/2012
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Don't listen to that Kartik guy. He obviously does not know what a mechanical engineer is or what a hearing disability is... More
Answered By: jasin - 5/1/2012
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I am sorry to dishearten you but mechanical engineering jobs require fully abled persons, because there are dangers associated with movement in factory premise. Kindly keep in mind before you pursue this branch of engineering
Answered By: Kartik - 5/1/2012
Yes, deaf people are great with engineering - go for it, NTID or anywhere!
Answered By: NoHearYa - 5/1/2012
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