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Production and Industrial Engineering

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Details of the Course
1. Course  Title Diploma course in Production and Industrial Engineering
2. Entry Qualification 10th /12th
3. Course Duration    Three years -10th  / Two years – 12th
4. Course structure Semester system
5. Course details  

On Job

  • Prepare, read and interpret drawings.
  •  Plan and control production processes at the shop floor level in manufacturing industries.
  •  Carry out fault location, diagnosis and take corrective action.
  •  Guide the workers as regards proper selection and correct use of tools, machines and working methods.
  •  Improve existing methods or develop new methods of work leading to better quality and productivity and ensure its implementation.
  •  Select, procure, test and inspect materials.
  •  Inspect and control the quality of the product.
  •  Select, train and manage the workers.

Main streams in diploma

Engineering Sciences

  • Engineering Drawing
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Material Science
  • Strength of Materials
  • Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Thermodynamics – I
  • Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Production and Industrial Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering Drawing
  • Workshop Technology
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Press Tools and Gauge Design
  • Computer Aided Drafting
  • Inspection and Quality Control
  • CNC Machines and Automation
  • Cutting Tools, Jigs and Fixtures
  • Workshop Practice

Higher Study

  • Degree through A.I.I.A.
  • Degree through A.M.I.E.
  • Certain Universities admit diploma students in to 2nd year degree/BE course

Employment Opportunities

A diploma holder in Production and Industrial Engineering has following employment avenues:-
1. As Engineer/Foreman/Supervisor in the following departments in a manufacturing concern:

a) Production shop including tool room section.
b)  Quality Control Section.
c)  Planning department.
d)  Maintenance department
e)  Fabrication/welding shop/ Foundry section.
f)   Ancillary development section.
g)   Materials/stores/purchase section.
h)   Assembly Section.
i)    R & D Section.
j)    Marketing and sales

2.  As Junior Engineer/Supervisor in various Government departments, such as Directorate of Industries, Directorate of Exports, Testing laboratories.
3. Self Employment.

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