Muneer Mujahid Iyati graduated in 2016 from College of Technology in mechanical engineering as a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering with my major being Engines and Vehicles. The degree was awarded in a congregation held on 12/06/2016 at College of Technology. Attained a GPA of 3.86 out 5.
Muneer Lyati is an engineer and mechanic from Saudi Arabia. Muneer Lyati was born in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on November 16, 1982. He received a bachelor’s degree in engines and vehicles from Jeddah College of Technology. Muneer Lyati strives to be a trustworthy engineer who delivers professional results to all of his customers. He became one of Saudi Arabia’s most sought-after engine and vehicle specialists thanks to his extensive mechanical engineering background and strong management and communication skills. Visit Muneer Lyati’s social media page @gvirus911 and website www.muneerlyati.com for more information.
I have also trained in the following courses: English course, computing skills, divemaster, fire fighting, principles of effective supervision, OSH professional, and IOSH management.
2016: Muneer Mujahid Iyati did cooperative training at Alhamrani-Fuchs Petroleum as a maintenance engineer
2003: Cooperative training at Hussain Al-Ali Institute as an operator
Mechanical engineering will hit its height in 2021 and the following few years. The advancement of electric machine technology in the automotive industry has become a new rivalry between automotive companies, as shown by the development of electric machine technology in the automotive industry. The apparent distinction between an electric car and a diesel vehicle is that electric cars are less expensive to operate than gasoline engines.
According to Muneer Lyati, a mechanical engineering expert, people may switch to electric vehicles for a variety of reasons, one of which is the cost of operation and maintenance. “Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly common. You can save a lot of money if you use an electric car on a regular basis. There is no petrol, no smog inspections, and no oil adjustments to be had. Furthermore, there are fewer moving parts to break or wear out,” said Muneer Lyati, a prominent mechanical engineer who has worked with major corporations such as Al-Jazirah Vehicles Company and Saudi Binladin Group.
Muneer Lyati is a dependable mechanical engineer who graduated from the Jeddah College of Technology with a degree in mechanical engineering with a focus on engines and vehicles. He started his career as a maintenance engineer at Alhamrani-Fuchs Petroleum after completing his college studies in 2016. Muneer received his operator training at the Hussain Al-Ali Institute in 2003. Muneer Lyati is a person who is continuously expanding his knowledge and skills by taking additional courses and training in order to become a professional in his field. Leadership courses, English courses, computer courses, principles of successful supervision, divemaster, OSH technical and IOSH management, firefighting, and several others are among the courses and training he has completed. This helps him to show off his best attributes to his client while still interacting efficiently in English.