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ME Production Admissions 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

Master's Production Engineering


Are you aspiring to study Master’s in Production? Searching for information about this course? Right here, on this page you will find the information you are looking for. This includes the details of the course and the career options which you can choose after completing this course. Here you will also find the list of colleges where you can take up this degree.

Course Name: ME Production
Group:
Stream: Science
Course Category: Production
Mechanical
Duration: 2 Year

Eligibility:


The eligibility criteria for pursuing a master’s degree are holding a bachelor's degree in (B.E/B.Tech) in production or mechanical branch of engineering.

Admission criteria:


The admission is based on merit score of Bachelor’s and GATE exam or Institute level entrance exam.

Course overview:


Production engineering pertains to the study of development, enhancement, implementation and assessment of integrated systems comprising of man, machine, money, information, material and process. A Master’s course in Production will enable you to take up senior level positions in industry.


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ME Production - Colleges & Admission Notifications

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Course Details:


The Master’s in Production engineering is a two-year course comprising of four semesters. The curriculum includes course work, practicals, seminars, project and maybe even an internship in the industry. The various subjects taught in the course include operations research, value engineering, financial management, materials management, statistical quality control, production planning and control. Typically most university curricula include one entire year for project work where the candidate is expected to apply the theory learnt to practice.

Job opportunities:


After completing the post graduate degree in production engineering you can find job opportunities in either government or private organizations with attractive remuneration. In the government sector you can get a job in armed forces, railways, power plants, government departments or PSUs. You may just wonder the job profile or designation offered in the above jobs. These are process engineer, plant engineer, quality engineer, ergonomist, manufacturing engineer, operational analyst. Overall the field is booming and opportunities for good jobs will always exist.

Higher studies:


If you are interested in higher studies, you can opt for carrying out research and completing a PhD in Production engineering.

ME Production Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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