Industrial Enggineering & Manufacturing Systems

About the Area

The area Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Systems (IEMS) in NITIE is formed because of a merger between two areas namely Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Systems.

Industrial Engineering is concerned with the design, improvement and installation of integrated systems of men, materials and equipment. It draws upon specialized knowledge and skills in the mathematical, social, and physical 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.

Concentrated originally in the ambience of production sector it has adapted well enough over the years to be highly useful in service sector as well. Large repertoire of analytical and heuristic tools and techniques evolved over the years have helped the discipline grow to its present state.

The prime of objectives of industrial engineering are:

  • To increase productivity,
  • To eliminate waste and non-value-added activities, and
  • To come up with the optimum use of scarce resources that would bring out the best results

The discipline supports the industry immensely in achieving its intended objectives of improving productivity and retain its customer centric focus in terms of product quality, delivery and cost. Industrial Engineering discipline while principally catering to thePGDIEprogram, meets the curriculum requirements of almost all other programs inNITIEto varying degrees.

Manufacturing Systems refers to the various methods of organizing production. Many types of manufacturing systems are in place, including assembly lines, computer-integrated manufacturing, additive manufacturing to current day Industrial IoT & Smart manufacturing (Industry 4.0). This area predominantly caters to the need of the newly introduced program in NITIE curriculum (PGDMM) and is in line with the ‘Make in India’ philosophy.

Core Course

Fellow Programme

  • Review of Industrial Engineering Management
  • Strategic Perspectives in Development of Industrial Engineering
  • System Dynamics

PG levelprogrammes

  • Facilities and Layout Planning
  • Human factor Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering Productivity Management
  • Industrial Ergonomics
  • Manufacturing Planning and Control
  • Manufacturing Strategy
  • Manufacturing System Design
  • Operations Research
  • Procurement and Materials Management
  • Quality Engineering and Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Work System Design

Electives Courses

  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Design for Manufacturing Assembly
  • Ergonomic Assessment Tools in Industrial Health and Safety Management
  • Ergonomics in Manufacturing Industry
  • Flexible Manufacturing System
  • Global and Collaborative Manufacturing
  • Intelligent Optimization Techniques for SCM
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Lean Product Development
  • Maintenance Management
  • Manufacturing Modelling - Quantitative Approach
  • Manufacturing Systems and Service Operations
  • Product Design, Process Planning and Cost Estimation
  • Product Life Cycle Management
  • Reliability Engineering
  • Simulation Modelling and Analysis
  • Strategic Procurement
  • System Dynamics Modelling

Area Faculty

  • FacultyProf. P Acharya
  • FacultyProf. Milind Akarte
  • FacultyProf. L Ganapathy
  • FacultyProf. Rauf Iqbal
  • FacultyProf. Vivek Khanzode
  • FacultyProf. Balakrishna Eknath Narkhede
  • FacultyProf. D Jinil Persis
  • FacultyProf. Ashok K Pundir
  • FacultyProf. KVSS Narayana Rao
  • FacultyProf. Priyanka Verma

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