M.Tech in Manufacturing Science and Engineering is a post graduate program essentially covering the study of the concepts and processes involved in manufacturing functions. The subjects focussed upon include Casting and Solidification, Material Behaviour, Ceramic Forming Surface, Power Metallurgy and Interface Phenomena, Coatings and Surface Engineering, Composite Materials, among others. The course is an offshoot of electric and electronic engineering.
M.Tech in Manufacturing Science and Engineering is a 2- year long full-time course offered in India at an average annual fee ranging between INR 2 and 8 Lacs. The fee varies with difference in institutes offering the course.
A qualification of graduation (B Tech/ B.E), completed from a recognized college/ university is needed as a minimum criterion of eligibility. Manufacturing Science and Engineering as the major subject in graduation is preferred to other subjects. Additionally, aspiring candidates also need to qualify GATE (Entrance Exam) with an eligible rank.
The average salary offered to successful postgraduates of the course INR 2 to 10 Lacs annually, depending on the candidate’s expertise and the reputation of the institute of graduation. They are hired in capacities such as Manufacturing Engineer, Assistant Manager, Product Manager etc.
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Name of the course||M-Tech in Manufacturing Science and Engineering|
|Duration||2 years, full time|
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||Graduation degree with science subjects with at least 50-60% marks in aggregate|
|Admission Process||Based on counselling sessions after clearing Entrance Tests (GATE) or direct admission in some cases|
|Average Course Fee||INR 2 to 8 Lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 2 to 10 Lacs|
|Employment Industries||Agriculture, Oil and Gas etc|
The course is a 2- year full-time course, consisting of 4 semesters, with the first two semesters common between every field and the last two semesters reserved for the major and minor subjects chosen by the candidates.
The course focuses on research and development processes, machines, tools and equipment. Manufacturing Engineering is a collaboration of mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, electronic engineering, computer science, materials management, and operations management. It covers fields like Modelling Analysis, Semiconductor Materials, Computer- Aided Design etc.
Listed below are some of the top institutes offering the course in the country with the corresponding locations and fees charged by each.
|NAME OF THE COLLEGE||CITY||AVERAGE FEES|
|Visvesvaraya Technological University||Belgaum||INR 3-4 Lacs|
|Gautam Buddh Technical University||Lucknow||INR 4 Lacs|
|Mahamaya Technical University||Noida||INR 4-5 Lacs|
|Indian Institute of Technology||Kharagpur||INR 18 Lacs|
|PES University||Banglore||INR 5-6 Lacs|
Candidates wishing to apply for M. Tech in Manufacturing Science and Engineering need to meet the following minimum eligibility criteria:
Additionally, aspiring eligible candidates are also needed to appear for and qualify at least one of the relevant entrance exams such as GATE.
For admission to the course, aspiring eligible candidates need to clear the relevant entrance examination, followed by rounds of group discussion and personal interview. A number of colleges accept GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) score for admission.
Also, many other universities offering admission to the course have their own entrance examinations in place.
A semester- wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is given below.
|1||Metal Casting and Joining Processes|
|2||Metal Cutting and Tool Design|
|4||Operations Planning and Control|
|-||Elective – I|
|7||Advanced Manufacturing Systems Advanced Metrology and Computer Aided Inspection Industrial Tribology Optimization Techniques Rapid Prototyping and Tooling Design for Manufacturing, Assembly and Environment|
|1||Modern Manufacturing Processes|
|2||Computer Integrated Manufacturing|
|3||Computer Aided Engineering|
|4||Quality Engineering and Management|
|5||Digital Prototyping Lab|
|-||Elective – II|
|6||Materials and Metallurgy Composites: Design and Manufacturing Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Logistics and Supply Chain Management Industrial safety, Laws and Patent Acts Industrial Robotics|
At the end of every year in summers, enrolled students are needed to go for a summer internship program each as a basic necessity to be fulfilled for the completion of the course and reception of degrees. The internship is required to last for at least 2 months, and is to be completed from a reputed organization and in the relevant department. Stipends offered for the internships differ according to policies of the concerned organization. A few of them are paid and a few are unpaid.
Upon successful completion of the course, successful postgraduates are hired in both private and government jobs in the industry. Those interested in higher studies in the discipline may pursue Ph. D in the subject. Those interested in teaching may pursue a teaching career in universities/ colleges. They can also choose to pursue a dual degree in the course, or pursue research.
Listed here are the various areas of employment for such postgraduates.
Listed here are some of the popular job positions offered to successful postgraduates of the discipline with the corresponding job descriptions and salaries offered.
|JOB POSITION||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY|
|Project Assistant||To provide general administrative support to projects, under the direction of more experienced project management professionals, to help produce proposals, plans and reports, and organize and maintain project files and databases.||INR 3 Lacs|
|Executive Manager||To carry out the mission, vision and objectives of a firm, oversee each department in their functions, to carry out goals related to finance, marketing and the like.||INR 3 Lacs|
To develop, configure and optimize industrial processes from inception to certification, to assess processes, take measurements and interpret data, to design, run, test and upgrade systems and processes.
|INR 4 Lacs|
|Manufacturing engineering manager||To oversee the development and implementation of manufacturing processes to maintain proper product functionality as well as cost efficiency, to ensures the engineering team and other manufacturing departments work together cohesively. They also develop equipment to aid in the manufacturing process. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures, they rely on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals, performs a variety of complex tasks, lead and direct the tasks of the other staff.||INR 6 Lacs|
|Manufacturing Engineer||To evaluate manufacturing processes by designing and conducting research programs, to apply concepts of product design, fabrication, assembly, tooling, and materials, and to confer with equipment vendors, and solicit observations from operators.||INR 6 Lacs|
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