Mechjunction was founded in year 2013 with an intense vision of helping mechanical engineering students and professionals in best possible ways. A platform which is a job portal, provides Industrial training, skill development programs, online magazines etc. all for Mechanical Engineering Students. In a conversation with the 3 founders, Satwik Mishra, Abhinav Kishore and Harsh Vardhan we learn about the journey of this startup.

“Being a mechanical engineer, I faced many problems during and after my college life. I had to waste considerable amount of time to get my educational requirements fulfilled. Hence I planned to develop a platform where all the requirements can be furnished at a single platform for mechanical engineers. This led to the foundation of Mechjunction,” says Satwik, who got rewarded as a fellow by SAM Global Organization.

The website provides the following services to the mechanical engineers:

1) Projects
2) Opportunities Information/ Job Openings
3) Software Guidance
4) E Books
5) Video Tutorials
6) Info about related organizations
7) Discussion Forum
8) Recent Updates
9) PSU Exam's Details

They have partnered with many organizations for the workshops and opportunities. Few of them are Letonyx Technologies, Fyrsta, Unmanned Engineeria, SourceNXT. They are a team of 3 co-founders with a few interns. Though they are not yet funded, they have conducted workshops, partnered with events and benefited over 8000 students from their webpage. They have an internship program in the pipeline starting in December.

They are looking to launch book publication in coming days. "We are looking forward to set up publishing industry in the same domain, under same brand name. We are also planning to start production of robotics related parts and instruments," says Abhinav, a passout form VIT, Vellore. They have been conducting workshops with trainers from Italy providing international exposure to the students. They plan to tie up with colleges and provide training t students on a regular basis.

As a message for future entrepreneurs, Harsh says, “Don’t think much about the consequences, just start up! Either you win or lose, you are going to achieve something positive in both the cases. Don’t wait to get the perfection before you start. If you do so, you are late in this world. Just start up and keep on running until and unless it becomes the perfect one.”

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