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Industrial Engineering and Management

                                                                                                                                           

 Thank You for Visiting the Website of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management.

The Youth of our Nation are our Greatest Natural Resource. Through their efforts, our Country will rise to greater heights. At the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, we take great pride in molding today’s youth into tomorrow’s World Class Engineers, capable of handling complex technical challenges innovatively and confidently – all for the benefit of the Country, Industry and Society.

The Students are trained on various aspects in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management, through a curriculum which has been designed taking into account the various requirements collected from Alumini, Industry as well as Society. New Additions incorporating Changes in Knowledge, Technology and Industry Standards are done.

 We offer the following academic programs.

  • B.E. – Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) (4 years)
  • M.Tech – Product Design and Manufacturing (PDM) (3 years – Part Time)

Apart from the academic curriculum, the students are encouraged and expected to participate in Projects, Seminars, Extension Lecture Series of the Department, Industrial Visits, career guidance as well as Departmental and College Fests, apart from other programmes.

The Department Faculty are the pillars of strength of the Department, and with their attitude and efforts have helped the Students achieve Excellent results.

I am pleased to inform all visitors to our website that our Department has secured the coveted NBA Accredition for a period of 5 Years (2014 – 19). I thank all stakeholders of our Department who made this possible.

 Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO 1: Graduates will have successful careers as industrial / allied engineers in Production and Allied industry

PEO 2: Graduates to continue advance education and involve in a process of lifelong learning.

PEO 3: Graduates to address societal problems professionally, ethically with due attention to environmental issues.

 

Program outcomes (POs)

PO1: An ability to apply knowledge of science, computing, mathematics, and industrial engineering fundamentals appropriate to the discipline.

PO2: An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the industrial engineering principles appropriate to its solution

PO3: An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based industrial engineering system or/and process to meet desired needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations

PO4: An ability to design and conduct experiments using IE models and IT tools , to analyze and interpret data leading to feasible solutions

PO5: An ability to use current techniques, modern tools and skills necessary for industrial engineering practice

PO6: An ability to analyze the local and global impact of industrial engineering solutions on individuals, organizations, and society

PO7: Develop a Knowledge of contemporary issues and solutions

PO8: Develop an understanding of security, professional, ethical, legal, and social issues and responsibilities of an industrial engineer

PO9: An ability to function effectively, individually and in a team, in diverse and multi- disciplinary environments to accomplish a common goal

PO10: Develop an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences in all situations

PO11: An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment

PO12:  Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development

 

Department Profile

The IEM Department is now 35 years old. The intake is 60 students. The department offers undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering and Management. It also runs an M.Tech course in Product Design and Manufacturing (PDM) of the VTU on part-time basis. The Department is a research center under VTU leading to MSc and PhD.IEM provides thrust on productivity, Management Engineering and Software releated curriculum.The department houses suitable labs to give our students a competitive edge, enable them to fit in as the key link between technical personnel and management in any organization and thus contribute to the organizations' growth and development.

The Department Labs houses top of the line computers to aid students in CAD/CAM, ERP, modelling, drafting and simulation. The department also has its own library and a student activity center. The department  has a forum called as Industrial Engineering Club (INDEC). The Department has qualified staff, all of whom are PG holders as well as four doctorates in various Industrial Engineering streams. The students joining this department will be trained to perform in Engineering Management, Production and Software based Industry practices.

 

List of faculty handling UG subjects

  • Dr. K.J. Rathan Raj – Quality Assurance, Production Technology, World Class Manufacturing
  • Dr. B. Ravishankar – ERP, Statistics for Engineers,
  • Shri B. Ramesh Nayak – Thermodynamics, Non Conventional Machining
  • Smt J. Shylaja – Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management
  • Shri K.N.P. Prasad – Fluid Mechanics, Automation, Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Dr. G. Shashikumar – Marketing Management, Production Technology
  • Dr. B. R. Ramji – Value Engineering, Product Design
  • Shri Reddy Naik J. – Theory of Machines, Computer Aided Machine Drawing
  • Smt V. N. Shailaja – Design of Machine Elements, Strength of Materials
  • Shri K.T. Ramesh – Simulation , Production Technology
  • Smt N. Kavitha Rani – Material Science, Production Technology
  • Ms. Disha M. Nayak – Advanced Operation Research, Engineering Economy
  • Shri Mayur Appaiah – Product Design , Technology Management, Production Technology

List of MOUs

  • JURAN
  • SAP Labs

Faculty Publications