Industrial Engineering and Management is a 4-year undergraduate course having 8 semesters out of which 7 semesters are on theoretical subjects and workshops. One semester is for industrial training.
A candidate needs to acquire an average of 60% marks in 12th boards from any recognized board/university. One also needs to clear national-level/state-level entrance exam or individual entrance exams conducted by universities. The tuition fee for undertaking this course ranges from INR 3 lakhs to INR 5 lakhs p.a. depending upon the university in which the student takes admission.
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After completion of this course students can do Master of Science or M.Tech courses from India & abroad as well. Industrial engineering and management students can get jobs in diverse fields. Students who pursue Industrial Engineering and Management course can work in manufacturing, transportation, government sector, banking sector, IT sector, food processing industries.
There are many companies which hire Industrial Engineering and Management students viz., TATA, Infosys, Wipro, BSNL, DRDO, ISRO. Industrial Engineers can get the job as Project manager, Operation manager, Quality manager, Facility engineer in private & government companies. The salary of entry-level industrial engineer ranges from 3.6 lakhs to 5 lakhs per annum.
|Name of the course||B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management|
|Course Level||Under Graduate|
|Duration||4 years, full time|
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||10+2 with 60% marks in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry|
|Admission Process||Based on counselling after clearing Entrance Tests (JEE Main, KCET, COMEDK) or Direct Admission for few|
|Average Course Fee||INR 3 Lakh to 5 Lakh|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 3.5 Lakh to 5.5 Lakh|
|Job Description||Quality Manager, Project Engineer, Operations Manager, Industrial Engineering Technician|
|Top Recruiting Companies||TATA, Infosys, Wipro, BSNL, DRDO, ISRO|
B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management course is related to understanding, development, and implementation of systems involving human being and other resources. In this course, students are taught various methods to manage and optimize the use of available resources. These include man, material and equipment for production and manufacturing by applying mathematical and engineering tools.
The objective of B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management is to perform in the fields of design, R&D section, manufacturing, operations and services. Industrial engineers are to reduce the waste & improve performance. They have to achieve the end product with no errors & study the product requirement more carefully to give the best result.
The topics covered in this course are product design and development, work systems, logistics, production planning and inventory control, safety, quality control and maintenance, operation research, operation management, logistics, process engineering.
Industrial engineering and management is a 4-year course having 8 semesters. Each year is has two semesters. Distance courses of 4 years are also available for this stream.
Eligibility criteria for B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management stream requires a student to pass 10+2 from any recognized institute/board/university with physics, chemistry and mathematics as subjects with an aggregate of 60% marks. Some of the institutes have 70% criteria. Students have to appear for JEE Main & other state level Engineering exam to take admission to this course.
For taking admission in B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management students have to pass the entrance exams conducted by the various universities. After getting a rank in the entrance exam, students go through the process of counseling thereafter they get admission in their field of choice on the basis of their rank.
Some of the universities give direct admission to the students on merit basis.
For admission in national level institutes like IIT’s and NIT’s, applicants are required to clear JEE Main and JEE Advanced entrance exams. Questions are generally asked from physics, chemistry and mathematics. There are three sections in the exam & each section consists of 30 questions. The paper contains 90 questions each of 4 marks. Duration of the test is 3 hours.
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Application forms of most of the entrance exams are available in the month of December & is supposed to be submitted in the month of January.
|Exam Name||Level/Conducted By||Colleges|
|JEE Main||National level/ CBSE||NITs, IIITs|
|BITSAT||National/BITS Pilani||BITS Pilani all campuses|
|COMEDK||State||All engineering colleges of Karnataka|
Selection is done on the basis of rank scored in JEE Main for NIT’s and JEE mains plus advanced for IIT’s. Students must also clear personal interview, which is a part of the admission procedure for few institutes.
Some of the engineering institutes in India offer direct admission on marks secured in 10+2 or equivalent exams. Students with 50% marks in aggregate in physics, chemistry and mathematics are eligible for direct admission in B.Tech. This eligibility criteria varies from institute to institute. Some of the colleges take their own entrance exam for direct admission in their college.
Some of the colleges which offer direct admission in B.tech in industrial engineering and management course are BMS College of Engineering (Bangalore), R.V College of Engineering, M.S Ramaiah College of Engineering, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (Bangalore), M.V.J College of Engineering (Bangalore).
There are large number of the institutes in India which offer B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management course.
Following are some of the institutes:
|Name of the Institute||City||Tentative Fees of the course|
|Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore||(Bangalore), Karnataka||1.29 lakhs|
|M.V.J College of Engineering||(Bangalore), Karnataka||-|
|National Institute of Technology,||Kurukshetra, Haryana||4.3 lakhs|
|PTU Nalanda school of TQM and Entrepreneurship, Mohali||Mohali, Punjab||182000 lakhs|
|Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, Punjab||Jalandhar, Punjab||2.5 lakhs|
|Rajasthan Technical University, Kota, Rajasthan||Kota, Rajasthan||2.88 lakhs|
Industrial Engineering and Management students can work as industrial engineering managers, industrial production managers or management consultants. Students who are interested in doing research programs need a post graduate degree which also provides good employment opportunities.
Industrial engineering and management combine the study of engineering, business and management altogether. In this course, a student’s efficiency in business operations increases. One needs to analyze the production process, supervise the engineers, and analyze data to get maximum output with the efficient use of available resources.
Some positions related to this degree are mentioned below along with their remunerations:
|Designation||Description of job profile||Salary per annum|
|Quality Manager||To check the production of the assigned task as to whether the job is done within the permissible limits.||INR 10 Lakhs to 18 lakhs|
|Project Engineer||To maintain coordination of internal resources of the company with the vendors & to deliver the project in time.||INR 7 lakhs to 15 lakhs|
|Operations Manager||To monitor the efficient production and to check the effectiveness of the system. His/her job is to work out a strategy for the improvement of the system.||INR 9 lakhs to 12 lakhs|
|Facilities Engineer||To collect data, analyze the collected information and research on the same and use this research in the planning of a new project. Facilities engineer’s responsibility is to formulate an estimated cost as per the requirement of the labor, equipment and material. After calculation of the estimated cost, facility engineer provides a report to the management and clients regarding the setting up of a new project.||INR 3 lakhs to 5 lakhs|
Industrial Engineering Technician
|To help industrial engineers to use man, materials, and equipment in an effective manner in the industries. Industrial Engineering Technician provides machinery and equipment layouts, carry out the study of the production line and examine production costs.||INR 4 lakhs to 9 lakhs|
Following are the top companies which hire Industrial Engineers:
B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management is a 4-year course divided into 8 semesters.. Each year is divided into 2 semesters. The scheme of assessment for this course is based on total marks in theory and practical exams. The exam takes place twice a year.
The scheme of assessment is as follows:
|Scheme of Assessment||Weightage (%)|
Students have to undergo project work in the eighth semester. Marks of this semester will be included in the finals. Students have to submit project report on the same.
The curriculum for B.Tech in Industrial Engineering and Management engineering covers some basic topics and some specialized topics specific to this course.
Some of these topics are listed below:
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Communicative English||Engineering Physics Lab-I||Communication Techniques||Engineering Physics Lab-II|
|Engineering mathematics-I||Engineering Chemistry Lab||Engineering Mathematics-II||Chemistry & Environmental Engineering Lab|
|Engineering Physics-I||Electrical & Electronics Lab||Engineering Physics-II||Computer programming lab|
|Engineering Chemistry||Practical Geometry||Chemistry & Environmental||Machine Drawing|
|Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering||Workshop Practice||Engineering||Communication Technique Lab|
|-||Discipline & Extra curricular||Engineering Mechanics||Discipline & Extra Curricular Activities|
|-||-||Fundamentals of Computer Programming Mathematics II||-|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Statistics and Probability||Computer Lab -1||Engineering Thermodynamics||Computer Lab – II|
|Mechanics Of Solid||Material Science Lab||Managerial Accounting, Finance and Economics||Thermal Engineering lab|
|Introduction to Industrial Management||Industrial Engineering Lab – 1||Theory of Machines||Industrial Engineering Lab – II|
|Manufacturing Processes and Materials||Production Practice -1||Methods Engineering and Work Measurement||Production Practice -II|
|Computer Programming||Strength of Materials Lab||Communications Skill||Theory of Machines Lab|
|Elective –1||Statistics Lab – I||Elective –1||Communication Lab|
|-||Discipline and Extra Curricular Activities||-||Discipline and Extra Curricular Activities|
|Semester V||Semester VI|
|Operations Research – I||Operations Research Lab||Total Quality Management||Computer Lab –III|
|Management Information System||Industrial Engineering Lab – III||Network Flow Models and Applications||SQC Lab|
|Quality Engineering and Management||Simulation Lab-1||Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour||DOE Lab|
|Strategic Management||Practical Training – 1||Marketing Management||Statistics Lab -II|
|Materials Management||Discipline and Extra Curricular Activities||Design and Analysis of Experiments||Discipline and Extra Curricular Activities|
|Reliability and Maintainability Engineering||-||Working Capital Management||-|
|Semester VII||Semester VIII|
|Modeling and Optimization in FMS||CAM Lab -II||Industrial Training||-|
|Project Management||System Modeling lab||-||-|
|Elective –2||Discipline and Extra Curricular Activities||-||-|
List of Electives:
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