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8<div style="font-family:calibri;font-size:17px;padding:15px;text-align:left;width:600px;">When I opened my email this morning and read that this guy won the <b><mark>Lotto Jackpot 7 times,</mark></b> I couldn&rsquo;t believe it.<br />
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40<p style="color:#FFFFFF;">ustralia, mechanical engineering degrees are awarded as Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) or similar nomenclature, although there are an increasing number of specialisations. The degree takes four years of full-time study to achieve. To ensure quality in engineering degrees, Engineers Australia accredits engineering degrees awarded by Australian universities in accordance with the global Washington Accord. Before the degree can be awarded, the student must complete at least 3 months of on the job work experience in an engineering firm. Similar systems are also present in South Africa and are overseen by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA). In India, to become an engineer, one needs to have an engineering degree like a B.Tech or B.E, have a diploma in engineering, or by completing a course in an engineering trade like fitter from the Industrial Training Institute (ITIs) to receive a &quot;ITI Trade Certificate&quot; and also pass the All India T
41 rade Test (AITT) with an engineering trade conducted by the National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) by which one is awarded a &quot;National Trade Certificate&quot;. A similar system is used in Nepal. Some mechanical engineers go on to pursue a postgraduate degree such as a Master of Engineering, Master of Technology, Master of Science, Master of Engineering Management (M.Eng.Mgt. or M.E.M.), a Doctor of Philosophy in engineering (Eng.D. or Ph.D.) or an engineer&#39;s degree. The master&#39;s and engineer&#39;s degrees may or may not include research. The Doctor of Philosophy includes a significant research component and is often viewed as the entry point to academia. The Engineer&#39;s degree exists at a few institutions at an intermediate level between the master&#39;s degree and the doctor</p>
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