Industrial Engineering and Management

 

Vision

“To be a Centre of Excellence in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management emphasizing on training, research and consultancy for societal development”

 

Mission

M1: Equip graduates for developing integrated systems for enhancing productivity.

M2: Establish a Centre for carrying out training, research and consultancy and also fostering entrepreneurship.

M3: Build a strong network with reputed organizations in academia and industry.

M4: Evolve graduates for lifelong learning to gain knowledge, acquire skills and nurture creativity.

 

PEO1: To prepare our graduates with a strong foundation for growth in professional career;pursue higher studies and research in Industrial Engineering, Management and other relevant disciplines.

PEO2: To equip our graduates with the skills in the fields of Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Technology and Management.

PEO3: To mould our graduates in the area of entrepreneurship, leadership, communication, team work, professional approach and ethics.

PEO4: To empower our graduates to stimulate life-long learning and inculcate professional growth in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management.

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PSO1: Demonstrate the fundamental knowledge of Industrial Engineering and Managerial Skills to solve systems problems.

PSO2: Design and develop integrated systems to meet the specified needs of society with due considerations for environment, public health & safety and professional ethics.

PSO3: Evaluate alternatives through research based investigation with the aid of IE tools and techniques for effective decision making.

PSO4: Function and manage effectively in a diversified work environment for social innovations leading to sustainable growth.

 

About the department

The Department is Headed by Dr. M Vijay Kumar

The Department of Industrial Engineering and Management was established in the year 1997, with a intake of 60 and is currently headed by Dr. M Vijay Kumar.   Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) program is a blend of Mechanical Engineering and Management. The department imparts education in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management to the students through its well established Undergraduate, Post Graduate in MEM & PDM (2010-2017) and Research programmes. A Research Centre under Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, offers M.Sc. Engineering by Research and Ph.D. programs. The department has laboratory facilities with modern equipment that help in carrying out research in the areas related to Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

From the Desk of HOD

The department has 12 faculty members of which 5 are Ph.D.,awardees and the remaining are pursuing Ph.D. The student-faculty ratio is 18:1. The faculty are actively involved in research work. From our Research Centre 5 doctoral degrees have been awarded, one MSc Engineering by research and 21 research scholars are pursuing Ph.D. Faculty members are actively involved in publishing research papers in various National /International Journals and Conferences. The department regularly organizes student development programs, faculty development programs, conferences and workshops. A continuous interaction with industries is established through MOUs, industry visits and internships.

The department has membership with professional societies like QCFI, IIIE and SAE and conducts various technical activities. We encourage our students to involve and participate in technical club activities. Recently our aeromodelling club KNIGHT HAWKS participated in BOEING AERO DESIGN competition held at IIT Kharagpur and won the best design report award. And our formula car team TACHYON participated in FFS 2017 held at Coimbatore, Tamilnadu in October 2017. The students are consistently getting ranks in university exams. They are encouraged to participate in various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The training and placement division provides soft skills training and placement assistance to students. Several research and development projects in niche areas have been successfully executed by the department with support from various funding agencies such as DST and AICTE. DST alone has sponsored projects worth INR 2.25 crores. Our faculty have implemented 6Nos. of consultancy work in industries in this year

 
Institute Name Programme Name Accreditation Status Validity
JSS Academy of Technical Education Industrial Engineering & Management Accredited 3 YEARS W.E.F.16-03-2007

 

Department of Industrial Engineering and Management An Overview

Keeping in step with the needs of the business world, the curriculum focus has switched over from traditional business practices to current managerial practices. This course develops the knowledge and skills in the areas of Mechanical Engineering basics, Industrial Engineering, Functional areas of management, Information Systems, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, Quality Management and Quantitative approaches to decision making apart from basic engineering knowledge and skills with emphasis on overall personality development. This branch of engineering produces generalist engineers who can serve in industrial, service and research organizational set-ups. . The department has on its rolls, qualified and experienced teaching faculty with specialization in Industrial Engineering, Industrial management, Reliability Engineering, and Manufacturing Management, Production Engineering and highly skilled, self motivated technical staff. The state of the art infrastructure has been established in order to promote a congenial academic environment to impart quality education. The faculty members are actively involved in consultancy assignments, Research and also conduct training programmes for students, faculty of other institutions and industrial executives in the core area of competence.

The department houses research center recognized by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) and enables aspirants to actively engage in research pursuits in the contemporary area of Industrial Engineering and Management. Several research and development projects in the niche areas have been successfully executed by the department with the support from various funding agencies such as DST, AICTE. DST alone has sponsored projects worth 2.25 crores. The spin-offs of the projects are of high relevance to the industry and society. The department has also conducted training programs on skill development of DIST and DIC (Government of Karnataka).

The faculty members are holding honorary positions in professional societies like Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering (IIIE), Indian Institute of Materials Management (IIMM). This provides an opportunity for faculty members to continuously interact with Professionals.

The department strives for open and interactive academic environment with state of the art Class Rooms and Laboratories. The faculty and students are continuously exposed to the latest and emerging trends in their field of study. The students are encouraged to seek internships and projects between successive semesters in order to gain a better understanding of the industrial environment. The final year students are encouraged to take up live projects in the manufacturing service and research organizations in order to acclimatize themselves to the organizational set up. The expert interventions will enable the students to relate class room discussion with the industrial practices. The industrial experts, eminent academicians have lauded the work carried out by the students of the department as a part of the curriculum.

The students graduating in the discipline of IEM have opportunities in various sectors of business and economy including Manufacturing, Automotive, Garments and Textile Industry, Retail, Information Technology, Services, Defense and Consulting. Presently IEM graduates are placed in reputed Multinational and Indian organizations including: CTS, Tech Mahindra, L & T InfoTech, Wipro, TVS Motors, Capgemini, Quest Global services,Arvind Exports,Itsy Bytsy to name a few. Our Alumni  are doing extremely well in the supply chain Division  of Wipro, Volvo, Cooper standard India, Wallmart etc.

Department Library:

The department has its own library facility having more than 1000 titles.

Name of the laboratory and Details Lab View
Mechanical Measurements & Metrology Lab

 

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1.CAD/CAM Lab

2.Simulation Lab

3.ERP Lab

4.CAMD Lab

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1. Work Study & Ergonomics Lab

2. Quality Engineering Lab

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Faculty

Name Designation Qualification Specialization
Dr. Swamy D. R Professor & Dean(Research) B.E, M.E, Ph.D. Engineering Management
Dr. M. Vijay Kumar Associate Professor & Head B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D. Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Dr. W.Yerriswamy Associate Professor B.E, M.E, Ph.D. Quality Engineering.
M. R. Prabhushankar Assistant Professor B.E.,M. Tech Maintenance Engineering
T.J Jitendra Assistant Professor B.E, PGDPE, M.Tech Product Design and Manufacturing
U. Krishna prasad Assistant Professor B.Tech. (M.Sc. Engg.) Engineering Management.
S. Rashmi Assistant Professor B.E. (MSc. Engg) Quality Management
Shivasharana Yalagi Assistant Professor B.E, M.E Thermal Science and Engineering.
Vanishree Beloor Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech Production Management
Sl. No Name Designation
1 Mr. Kumar.S.Purtageri Foreman
2 Mr. Manjunatha Instructor
3 Mr. Raghu.K.B Instructor
4 Mr. Sundaresh.R Instructor
5 Mr. Mahesh.S Lab Helper
6 Mr. Gurumurthy. S.S Lab Helper
7 Mr. Nagaraju. M.K. Lab Helper
8 Puttananjappa Attender
 

Achievements

VTU Rank Details: 

List of Rank 

Students Achievement :

BOEING – National Aeromodelling Competition

FFSINDIA-2017  

Manovegam-2017

List of all Student Activities:

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Sl. No. Name of the Society Year of Affiliation Remarks
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Quality Circle Forum of India

 

 

Society of Automotive Engineers

 

 

Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering

 

 

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2014

 

 

2017

Membership No.- 05 40 21 102446

 

Membership no. -7140111011

 

Membership No.- IM/308/III/11/ 2017-18

 

Research Initiatives

 

Interaction

  • Industry Institute Interaction

    Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Industries

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      No

            Companies Name           Activity

     

    1 PEACH Engineering 1.Student project

    2. Internship

    3. Invited talk

     

    2  

    SANSERA

    ENGINEERING

    1.Student project

    2. Internship

    3. Industrial Visit

    4. Invited talk

    3 Wonder Blues 1. Student project

    2. Internship

    3. Industrial Visit

    4 Apex Auto Ltd 1. Industrial Visit

    a) MOU Activities:

    b).About industry visits organized

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  • Co-Curricular Activities and Extra-curricular activities

    Department club organizing workshops, seminars, technical talks by experts to promote industry institute interactions. Apart from these, many conferences, and other technical activities should be listed and provide supporting documents.

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  • Placements

    Placement details

    Placement and Higher Studies details

     

    Academic year 2017-18 (CAY) 2016-17 (CAYm1) 2015-16 (CAYm2) 2014-15 (CAYm3)
    Total number of students in the batch 40 45 42 36
    No.of students  placed & for higher studies 10 24 33 29

     

     

    Placement Details-Company Wise

          YEAR-2017                                 

    Sl.no.

    Company name Salary offered

    Rs,Lakhs

    No.of students placed
    1 AEC Offshore Trading Pvt Ltd 3.0 5
    2 Itsy Bitsy Pvt Ltd 3.0 3
    3 Accenture 3.5 6
    4 Amazon Development Center 2.9 1
    5 Helward Packard 2.52 1
    6 Lufthansa Technik Services India 3.05 1
    7 Motherson Automotive 1.75 1
    8 Gokuldas Export 2.02 1
    9 Catbus Infolabs Pvt.Ltd 3.0 1
    10 HIS Markit India 3.6 1

     

    YEAR-2016

    Sl.no. Company name Salary offered

    Rs,Lakhs

    No.of students placed
    1 AEC Offshore Trading Pvt Ltd 3.0 2
    2 Itsy Bitsy Pvt Ltd 3.0 3
    3 Accenture 3.5 3
    4 Amazon Development Center 2.9 3
    5 Wipro 3.2 3
    6 Cognizant 3.35 1
    7 Tech Mahindra 2.6 3
    8 HCL Technologies Ltd., – Business Services 1
    9 Arvind Limited 1.8 2
    10 IBM India Pvt Ltd 3.6 1
    11 Fortune Traders 2.5 1
    12 Ferns Information India Pvt.Ltd 1.8 1
    13 Page Industries Ltd./Jockey 2.06 1
    14 Featherlite Office Systems Pvt Ltd 1.5 1
    15 Cryptograghy Technologies 2.4 1
    16 Genpact 2.2 1
    17 Catbus Inflolabs Pvt.Ltd 2.6 1

     

     

    YEAR-2015

    Sl.no. Company name Salary offered

    Rs,Lakhs

    No.of students placed
    1 Dynamatic Technologies 2.08 1
    2 Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank 5.04 1
    3 Accenture 3.15 3
    4 Good Through 1.8 3
    5 Tritium Consulting Pvt Ltd. 2.8 1
    6 Cognizant 3.05 4
    7 Tech Mahindra 2.6 1
    8 Toyoda Gosei South India pvt ltd 1
    9 Arvind Limited 1.8 3
    10 IBM India Pvt Ltd 1
    11 Utility Powertech Ltd 3.39 1
    12 Lanasol energy solution Pv t ltd 3.0 1
    13 Schindler India Pvt Ltd 2.8 1
  • Events and Seminars
  • Program Contents
 

Alumni

Alumni Meet  Held on 27/02/2016

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Department Calendar

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Department Time Table

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