What are all the companies present that will recruit freshers?
How to improve my designing skills?
How to apply for this particular filed?
Every and any company may hire a designer with little to no experience. The position may not pay well, and you may not have the title of "designer", but you'll have a place to start.
To improve your skills, you need to know how to create parts. There are many aspects of design though, so you may need to narrow down the scope of what you wish to work on. A good place to start may be a company that produces prototype parts, you'll see a wide range of designs and projects in such a shop.
Some designers are very imaginative and come up with wonderful and beautiful designs. Other designers create more practical designs that can be manufactured and sold for a reasonable cost. You'll need to decide if you'll create imaginary objects, or if you will create objects which can be fabricated.
I think your best options for applying will be to create a proper resume which highlights your skill with various design and related software/skills. You'll also need a portfolio showing products, parts and designs you have created. Then you can hand deliver this package to various companies in your area (also don't forget the obvious things, like dressing well, combing your hair, shaving...etc.). If you are willing to move, mail the package to other companies in the areas you'd be willing to move to.
Do not focus on companies that have a "now hiring" sign. Just go to the companies you wish to work at, meet with them, shake hands, take a tour, show them your work, fill out an application, see what happens!
Jithin, Software will account for ~1/3 or less when it comes to being a designer. Software programs come and go, so SolidWorks, Zbrush, Keyshot and Photoshop may be useful to know today (along with a dozen other programs), but will something better be available tomorrow or in a few years?
The other issue with software, is someone can be very knowledgeable in a program, but that may not translate into being able to design parts. A big part of designing (sometimes) is designing a product which can be manufactured and produced at a reasonable cost. But this all hinges on the type of design work you wish to pursue.
A good start can be to take some manufactured products and take them apart. Recreate the models in the design software you want to learn. Consider why the parts were designed and built the way they were.
ok fred i will try to improve my knowledge on these softwares and will do walkin to companies... what all spftwares should i study
I'm sure that it depends on the size of the company and their hiring process. In the USA, there are many small design firms. Knocking on their door and meeting with them will lead to the best result when compared to mailing a faceless resume.
Even a larger company can be impressed that you took the initiative to meet and visit with them. They may not be hiring at that moment, but there is a good chance for them to remember you.
But we cant goand directly knock the doors rit. They will tell to send a resume to the hr and will tell if you r shortlisted then they will make an update.....