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Candidate should have passed in (10+2) or Equivalent with Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry/Biotechnology, Language and anyother subject. He/She should have scored a minimum of 55% marks. All reserved category students have a 5% relaxation in minimum aggregate.
Admission Criteria is JEE Advanced
Admission will be based only on category wise All India Rank (AIR) in JEE (Advanced) ï¿½ 2013, subject to the condition that such candidates are in the top 20 percentile of successful candidates of their Boards in respective categories
B.Tech. in Industrial and Production Engineering is a 4 year undergraduate course provided by both government and private engineering colleges. 10+2 pass students with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible for this course. Tuition fees for the course ranges from 2 lakhs to 5 lakhs depending on the type of colleges.
B.Tech. Industrial and Production Engineering deals with the study to develop, improve, implement and evaluate the integrated system of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, material and as a whole industrial process. Admission to this course is done through any of the entrance test, conducted at national and state level.
There are numerous job opportunities for B.Tech. Industrial and Production Engineers in manufacturing industries. They can work in different fields in an industries, just to name a few such fields are like financial management, material management, operations research, network modelling, production planning and controlwhere a fresher can expect an average salary of 3 lakhs to 5 lakhs per annum and it go beyond even 20 lakhs after acquiring some experience in the industry.
B.Tech. Industrial and Production Engineering equips the student with the knowledge of planning, measuring and controlling all the production and industrial related activities. The course is to make the students so competent that they could improve the level of service sector industries and manufacturing companies.
Someone who is interested in the study of mechanics, thermodynamics and other mechanics related subjects, somebody who dreams of developing the career in best software as well as production industries should go for this course.
Duration of B.Tech. Industrial and Production Engineering is 4 yearswhich are divided in 8 semesters of 6 months each in colleges like Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, Punjab Engineering College University of Technology, Delhi Technological Universityand if a diploma holder takes lateral entry in second year then for those candidate duration would be 3 years.
After completing the B.Tech.degree one can go for the Master’s degree i.e. M.Tech.in Industrial and Production Engineering. Many colleges offer M.Tech. courses in India, one has the choice to choose their desired institute from them.
In India there are more than 3000 B.Tech. Colleges, out of which few major colleges offering B.Tech. Industrial and Production Engineering are listed below:
Name of the Institute
Indian Institute of Technology
Jabalpur Engineering College
Delhi Technological University
College of Engineering
Dr. BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology
The National Institute of Engineering
Fee is too feasible(low) according to the facilities that are provided by IIT because government is spending too much in IITs. Fee includes 45000 tution fee,12000 mess fee, 3000 gym fee, 500 internet fee, 500 electricity and some other fees with sum to 68,800 per semester.
Course is well established by professors. It include practical marks, tutorial marks and exam marks. other than course subjects IITs offered you with electives courses they can be either from same department or from other department as minor courses.
Fee structure contains 2 parts 1st college fees - Rs 38000 per semester hostel fees = 12000 per semester i don't think this is expensive when compared to other colleges the fees is very much feasible also loans are provided to students. Total fees per 1 year is around Rs 1 lakh (50k per sem)
The first year of our college has common curriculum for all the branches. Courses from all the departments were included in it. From second year to final year courses of a department are available to students of that department. Students are also provided with a facility to do courses from other departments by choosing electives in different departments.
Fee structure of IIT Roorkee is feasible. Annual fee for B.tech, Students is around 2,60,000 which include both dining and residence. Our college also provides fee waiver for those students whose father's income annual income is less than 4,50,000 and in favour college does not take their tuition fee that is 2,00,000.
The fee structure here is a bit high than a middle class person can afford.Recently it has been raised to around 2 lack per year. Although people from poor background are given some scholarship which reduces their fees a lot. As i am in second year my fees is around 1.4 lack per year which includes hostel and mess fees. So fee structure was feasible before the changes made by government.
The name of course which i am having is applied mathematics , it basically is a combination of rigorous mathematics and computer science . The course structure offered here is really good and one can have a very good research career if he go through each course patiently . With topics such as number theory, algebra, differential equations, real analysis,complex analysis etc.
During my times, it used to be very feasible as the per semester fee used to be around 30k including mess fess. Now a days it has increased multifold and has become very expensive. Now the annual fees is around 2 lacs per annum which may not be very feasible to many students.
It was very relevant i studied in B.Tech. so emphasis on research was not very much there. Still, lots of projects were there to get the first hand experience of research. The students having flair of research could do as much projects as they wanted /could have managed.
The fee structure is not very feasible after the MHRD's decision to hike annual fees for undergraduate courses in IITs from Rs. 90,000 to a colossal Rs. 2 lakhs. I had to pay Rs. 1,28,000 (inclusive of Seat Acceptance Fee of Rs. 44,000) as institute fee and Rs. 16,000 as mess fee both via Demand Draft.
Fee is feasible for all students for general it will be 118650 rupees for one semester, for other backward caste it will will 2\3 fee wavier for students whose father income is less than 500000 annual.and rest will pay full fee. for sc & st it will be full fee wavier.
There is approximately 1.15 lakh academic fee and 16000 fee for mess. This include hospital charges also. You can avail free medicines referred by the doctors free of cost . this fee is for general students. For sc,st,obc there is no admission fee so there expense will be around 30k-40k.
IIT roorkee course structure is well designed for a future engineer. In first semester there are courses which give you a overall idea of your branch.
The fee structure is very moderate. The fee structure nowadays keeps getting revised every now and then but its still less from what people shell out in private universities and colleges. Banks inside the college provide you with loans on the day of admission.
The course content is quite contemporary in its structure and is well suited for the industry with projects. There are a good range of electives depending on your interests to choose from in your second semester and you can do some audit courses as well.
The fee structure is not very feasible after the MHRD's decision to hike annual fees for undegraduate courses inl IITs from Rs. 90,000 to a colossal Rs. 2 lakhs. I had to pay Rs. 1,28,000 (inclusive of Seat Acceptance Fee of Rs. 44,000) as institute fee and Rs. 16,000 as mess fee both via Demand Draft.
Again as I have mentioned, the course is extensive with non-core subjects as well along with the core subjects. In the first year, I am being taught the following courses Mathematics, Introduction to Environmental Studies, Ethics and Self Awareness, Introduction to Computer Science and Engineering. electives in this semester (nor in the next semester), so I don't consider myself qualified to comment on the electives. I have seen a