Role of an industrial engineer
An industrial engineer has to be responsible for every stage in the production process. They have to set up facilities for the production process to be carried out. They even modify the existing facilities and may expand the facilities or upgrade them. Other than this they will have to provide for new equipment to be set up or get new equipment to be purchased. They may have to design an entirely new process and also provide for new tools and fixtures.
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As part of their work profile, industrial engineers have to interact with other engineering branches. As such they are provided with a working knowledge of other fields of engineering. For a factory set up, they are familiarized with different work processes, tools and equipment, materials, etc. They are also taught about computer aided designing and computer aided manufacturing.
Most industrial engineers get employed in the industries. Being a versatile field the knowledge gained in one field can be utilized in other fields too. Jobs are not only limited to manufacturing alone but available in other engineering and non-engineering fields too. One can get into petroleum, automotive, railways, aviation, transportation and other fields. They can also get into consultancy, quality control, facilities planning and product & system design. After finishing this course one can even pursue a postgraduate course in the field like M.E./M.Tech and M.Phil. Jobs are available in both the government and the private sector.
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