INDUSTRIAL ENGG AND MANAGEMENT

  •  ABOUT THE COURSE
  •  LABORATORY
  •  FACULTY
  •  COURSE SCHEME

ABOUT THE COURSE-:

Industrial Engineering and Management is an interdisciplinary course which was introduced to bridge the gap between hardcore engineering and management sciences. It is the engineering discipline that offers the most wide-ranging array of opportunities in terms of employment, and it is distinguished by its flexibility. It involves development and implementation of practical systems to solve many of the industrial problems. This may take place at the level of production, where an industrial engineer is involved with operational performance, making use of energy resources, calculating production costs, or ensuring that processes are running smoothly. Industrial engineering encompasses the area of product quality control, transportation, and industrial processes.

Industrial Engineering draws upon the principles and methods of engineering analysis and synthesis, as well as mathematical, physical and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems.

Industrial Engineering is at the heart of the systems that are essential to our society. From airlines to online retailers, from hospitals to manufacturers, from telecommunication companies to world-wide shipping companies, industrial engineers design solutions to improve the performance of complex systems of people, technology, and information.

In lean manufacturing systems, industrial engineers work to eliminate wastes of time, money, materials, energy, and other resources, whereas most engineering disciplines apply skills to very specific areas, industrial engineering is applied in virtually every industry.

The Industrial Engineering and management programme prepares undergraduates to:

Ø Design, develop, implement, and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment, and energy using appropriate analytical, computational and experimental practices

Ø Conduct themselves in a professional and ethical manner

Ø Work and communicate effectively with colleagues at every level in the organization

Ø Imbibe in them skills and education they need to learn key mathematical and scientific principles

Ø Grow and encompass services and other industries in addition to manufacturing.

Ø Be responsible for productivity improvements, supply chain optimization, project management, feasibility studies for new technologies and applications.

Ø Just-in-time implementation, health care management and logistics, and systems integration.

Ø Manage & Develop various Information Systems.

So going by the need the department of mechanical engineering NIT Kurukshetra started an undergraduate course in Industrial Engineering and Management from the year 2006

 GOALS

Ø To design, create, assimilate, apply, and transfer knowledge for the, analysis, improvement and implementation of complex systems that include humans, materials, equipment and other resources.

Ø Providing value-based education by imparting engineering and managerial skills to steer manufacturing, service and research organization to compete global standards.

Ø Growing into Centre of Excellence in industrial engineering and management with emphasis on academics, training and research.

Ø Instituting exchange Programme with globally renowned universities.

Ø Promoting entrepreneurship development.

Ø Innovative educational curriculum and learning experiences

Ø Positive and diverse learning environment

Ø Beneficial outreach/technology transfer activities.

LABORATORIES

ü Thermodynamics Laboratory.

ü Heat & Mass Transfer Laboratory.

ü Strength of Materials Laboratory.

ü PRIDE Laboratory

ü CAD/CAM Laboratory.

ü Metrology Laboratory.

ü NDT Laboratory

ü Advanced Production Technology Laboratory.

ü Mechatronics Laboratory.

ü Optimization Laboratory

ü Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

ü Work Study & Ergonomics Laboratory

ü Numerical Methods Computer Programming Laboratory.

ü Basic Industrial Engineering Laboratory.

ü Non Conventional Machining Process Laboratory.

FACULTY

NAME

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

PANKAJ CHANDNA

Ph.D

ASST. PROFESSOR

PURAN CHANDRA TEWARI

Ph.D

ASST. PROFESSOR

Avadhesh Yadav

M.TECH

LECTURER

JATINDER KUMAR

Ph.D.

LECTURER

GULSHAN SACHDEVA

M.TECH

LECTURER

 

COURSE SCHEME :

B. TECH. (3rd SEMESTER) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

S. No.

Course

No

Subjects

Teaching Schedule (Hours)

Credits

Duration of Exams. (Hours)

L T P/D Total

1

IEM-201

Thermodynamics

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

2.

IEM -203

Strength of Materials

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

3.

IEM -205

Machine Drawing

-

-

4

4

2.0

4

4.

IEM -207

Production Technology

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

5.

IEM-209

Material science

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

6.

IEM -211

Applied Mechanics

2

1

-

3

2.5

3

7.

MAT-201/202

Mathematics

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

8.

IEM -215

Strength of Materials (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

9.

IEM -217

Production Technology (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

10.

IEM -219

Thermodynamics (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

11.

IEM -221

Applied Mechanics (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

 

 

Total

17

06

12

35

26

 

 

B. TECH. (4th SEMESTER) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

S. No.

Course No

Subjects

Teaching Schedule (Hours)

Credits

Duration of Exams. (Hours)

L T P/D Total

1

IEM-202

Theory of machines

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

2.

IEM-204

Fluid mechanics and machinery

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

3.

IEM-206

Numerical methods

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

4.

ECE-216

Digital electronics and microprocessor architecture

2

1

-

3

2.5

3

5.

IEM-208

Metrology

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

6.

IEM-210

Entrepreneurship and venture management

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

7.

HUT-211

Organizational Behavior

2

1

-

3

2.5

3

8.

IEM-214

Theory of machines (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

9.

IEM-216

Fluid mechanics and machinery (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

10.

IEM-218

Numerical methods (Practical)

-

-

3

3

1.5

3

11.

IEM-220

Metrology (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

 

 

Total

19

07

09

35

27

-

 

B. TECH. (5th SEMESTER) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

S. No.

Course No

Subjects

Teaching Schedule (Hours)

Credits

Duration of Exams. (Hours)

L T P/D Total

1

IEM-301

Machine design

2

-

5

7

4.5

4

2.

IEM -303

Operations Research

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

3.

IEM -305

Work study and ergonomics

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

4.

IEM -307

Layout planning and value engineering

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

5.

IEM -309

Production planning and control

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

6.

IEM -311

Heat Transfer

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

7.

IEM -313

Work study and Ergonomics(Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

8.

IEM -315

Entrepreneurship (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

9.

IEM -317

Basic industrial engineering(Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

10.

IEM -319

Heat transfer (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

11.

IEM -323

Vocational Training

-

-

-

-

3.0

-

 

 

Total

17

5

13

35

29.0

 

 

B. TECH. (6th SEMESTER) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

S. No.

Course

No

Subjects

Teaching Schedule (Hours)

Credits

 

Duration of Exams. (Hours)

L T P/D Total

1

IEM-302

Operations management

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

2.

IEM-304

Materials management

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

3.

IEM-306

Industrial quality control

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

4.

IEM-

Elective I*

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

5.

IEM-308

Mechatronics

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

6.

IEM-310

Non-conventional manufacturing processes

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

7.

HUT-311

Business Management

3

1

-

4

3.5

 

8.

IEM-312

Advanced Production Technology (Practical)

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

8.

IEM-314

Mechatronics (Practical)

-

-

3

3

1.5

3

9.

IEM-316

Seminar-I

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

 

 

Total

21

7

07

35

27.0

 

 

* The Elective III will be offered from the list of Electives.

**The Open Electives II will be offered from the list of Open Electives.

B. TECH. (7th SEMESTER) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

S. No.

Course

No

Subjects

Teaching Schedule (Hours)

Credits

 

Duration of Exams. (Hours)

L T P/D Total

1

IEM-401

 

Network and project management.

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

2.

IEM-403

CAD/CAM

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

3.

IEM-405

Product Design & Development

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

4.

IEM-

Elective II *

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

5.

 

Open Elective I**

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

6.

IEM-407

CAD/CAM (Practical)

-

-

3

3

1.5

3

7.

IEM-409

 

PRIDE Lab

-

-

3

3

1.5

3

8.

IEM-411

 

Minor

-

-

4

4

6.0

3

9.

IEM-413

Practical Training Report

-

-

-

-

3.5

3

 

 

Total

15

5

10

30

30.0

 

 

* The Elective III will be offered from the list of Electives.

**The Open Electives II will be offered from the list of Open Electives.

B. TECH. (8th SEMESTER) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

S. No.

Course

No

Subjects

Teaching Schedule (Hours)

Credits

 

Duration of Exams. (Hours)

L T P/D Total

1

IEM-402

Industrial inspection and non-destructive testing

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

2.

IEM -404

Maintenance and reliability engineering

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

3.

IEM -406

Experimental Design Techniques

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

4.

IEM -

Elective III*

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

5.

 

Open Elective II **

3

1

-

4

3.5

3

6.

IEM -408

NDT Lab

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

7.

IEM -410

Optimization Lab

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

8.

IEM -412

Major Project

-

-

4

4

6.0

3

9.

IEM -414

Seminar-II

-

-

2

2

1.0

3

10

IEM -416

Comprehensive Viva-Voce

-

-

-

-

3.0

3

11

IEM-418

General Fitness and Professional Aptitude (Viva-Voice)

-

-

-

-

3.5

3

 

 

Total

15

5

10

30

33.0

 

 

* The Elective III will be offered from the list of Electives.

**The Open Electives II will be offered from the list of Open Electives