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B.Tech Production and Industrial Engineering Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year


Ambitious of becoming a production or an industrial engineer? Want to make a career in this specialized field of mechanical engineering? Learn in this page the details of the course B.Tech Production and Industrial Engineering. Also learn what a production or industrial engineer does.

Course Name: B.Tech Production and Industrial Engineering
Group: B.Tech
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: Industrial
Production
Duration: 4 years

Overview


The role of a production and an industrial engineer is quite a similar one. Both are specialized areas in the mechanical stream of engineering. A production engineer primarily focuses on the efficiency of the production processes and the manufacturing systems to optimize production to the maximum. They are mainly associated with industries concerned with manufacturing. An industrial engineer on the other hand is suitable for any kind of industry, not only the manufacturing ones. Thus by undergoing this course you have the added knowledge and skills of both the domains that makes it easier to get a job in the manufacturing industries or the industrial world in general.

Eligibility and course duration


Should have passed 10+2 or an equivalent qualification with the subjects physics, chemistry and math. Admission to these courses are mostly through JEE Mains kind of entrance exams. Need to come in the merit list for the top colleges.

Duration of the course is 4 years.



Colleges offering B.Tech Production and Industrial Engineering course in India

College NameUniversityState
Indian Institute Of TechnologyIndian Institute of Technology DelhiDelhi
Motilal Nehru National Institute of TechnologyMotilal Nehru National Institute of TechnologyUttar Pradesh

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More about the course


Spread into 8 semesters of 6 months each, this undergraduate degree course prepares you for a career in engineering in the mechanical field. With specialization in production and industrial engineering you can get into a wide array of manufacturing industries and factories. Other than the usual common subjects in the 1st year of study, the courses teach you the manufacturing and production principles that are of utmost value for optimising production. You get to understand terms such as supply chain management, lean manufacturing, ergonomics, human factors, root cause analysis, process improvement, total quality management and so many more. Other than the usual mechanical engineering topics on engineering mechanics, strength of materials, thermodynamics, heat transfer and machine design, there will be specialized topics like production engineering, operations management, industrial engineering, project management, tool design and so on.

Jobs and opportunities


As a production or industrial engineer you have job opportunities in every industry and manufacturing unit. There are jobs both in the private and public domain. With the country growing in industrial production with leaps and bounds, there are plenty of opportunities for mechanical engineers specialized in the production and industrial streams. An array of industries is for you to choose. Automobiles, consumer goods, aircraft manufacturing, locomotive and wagon industry, plastics and consumer ware, petrochemicals and many such industries are good job hunting grounds for a production or industrial engineer. You can also enrol for M.E. and M.Tech courses for further specialization.

B.Tech Production and Industrial Engineering Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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