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Aspiring to take up a career in Industrial field? Looking out for various courses and careers in this field? Here, on this page you will find a brief idea about this field, and the various courses available in this field. You can also have a look at the various career options available after doing an Industrial course.


Industrial sector as a career


In this era of global industrialization there is a rising need for skilled Industrial professionals. You can fulfil this demand for skills by opting for an Industrial course which includes the use of engineering and scientific principles to design, manufacture or improve systems comprising of goods and services
In other words Industrial field is the study of integration of machines, production material, processes, money and people. If you have an eye for designing and improving systems then you may be interested in joining an industrial course. In addition, you also need problem solving ability, logical and analytical thinking, computer literacy and organizational ability in this career. What sort of courses can you choose from? There are courses in Industrial Engineering, Industrial Relationship and Labour Laws, industrial Management, Industrial Safety.



 

Industrial Admission 2018 - 2019 Application Enquiry

 
 
 
 
 
 

Industrial Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Industrial courses for 2018 - 2019 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Industrial course.

  1. AFIH Certification
  2. B Tech Industrial Engineering
  3. B.E Engineering Geology
  4. B.E Engineering Graphics
  5. B.E Hydraulic Engineering
  6. B.E Industrial Engineering
  7. B.E Industrial Engineering and Management
  8. B.E Industrial Production & Engineering
  9. B.E Manufacturing Engineering (Hons)
  10. B.E Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering
  11. B.E Plastic Technology
  12. B.E Polymer Engineering
  13. B.E. Fire Engineering
  14. B.E. Printing Technology
  15. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry
  16. B.Tech Industrial and Production Engineering
  17. B.Tech Industrial Biotechnology
  18. B.Tech Production and Industrial Engineering
  19. B.Tech Production Engineering
  20. BE Industrial Engineering
  21. CCD
  22. Certification Electroplater
  23. Certification Engraver
  24. Certification Fire Prevention
  25. Certification Foundryman
  26. Certification HRD & Industrial Relations
  27. Certification Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic
  28. Dip. Welding Engineering & Technology
  29. Diploma Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  30. Diploma Dispute Resolution System
  31. Diploma Fabrication Engineering
  32. Diploma Industrial Safety
  33. M Tech Industrial Engineering
  34. M.E Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  35. M.E Industrial Engineering
  36. ME Industrial Engineering
  37. MS Industrial Technologies
  38. PGD Fire Protection Industrial Safety Engineering
  39. Post Graduate Diploma PMIR (Personnel Management & Industrial Relations)
  40. Turner Certification course


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Courses for Industrial education


Industrial courses are offered at degree, diploma and certificate levels in universities, government and private institutes. Some typical subjects included in the curriculum are manufacturing processes, operations research, simulation, industrial cost control, robotics and automation, quality control, production control, inventory control, facility design, organizational management, work measurement etc.

Advantage of Industrial field as a career


A candidate who has completed an industrial course is capable of creating a product ensuring quality and controlling cost incurred, design workstation, automation, and robotics for systems. These industrial professionals can be employed in manufacturing and service industries, utilities, transportation, hospitals, food processing etc. as a management engineer, ergonomist, operations analyst, quality engineer etc. Once they join the industry, you may wonder what these processionals are supposed to do. They may design new method of assembly, develop prototype of a new design, implement lean manufacturing in a process, develop a safer system, add a protection mechanism to an existing system, perform time and motion studies, work on design and construction of a new system or a plant etc. You have many career avenues are many to choose from after studying an industrial course.