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POM syllabus

POM syllabus

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© Year 2010 National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT)
 
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGYAcademic Plan for Semester V(
For entire curriculum
July – December)Subject Code Subject Sessions Hrs/Wk Hrs/Sem Credit (C/NC)Type(TH/ PB/DE/CE)
Lecture 3Practical / Workshop 1.5Tutorial / Seminars / Field StudySelf Study
BFT301TProduction and OperationsManagementTotal 4.572 4.0CCBETHPre-requisites: NoneObjectives:
To orient the student with
 
Different Production Systems
 
Methods of optimizing resources for production
 
learn to use tools required for scientific decision making
 
Application of quantitative techniques and decision making tool for forecasting for production developing product mix and solution of linearprogramming problem
 
The process of project management and various constraints while planning for a project
 Course Structure:
 
Concept domain
- Application of Quantitative Techniques in Apparel Production Industry
 
Knowledge domain
-Production And Operations Management
 
Skill domain
- Application of Quantitative Techniques for real time situation in the production environment.
 
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Course contents:Session Hrs Content Keywords Reference LecturePractical /WorkshopSelf Study
Details of numberof sessionsrequired perchapter/ topicTotal hrsrequired forone chapterand furtherbreakup pertopicDetails of the contents to be taughtKeywords of thechapter to definethe depth of theinputdetailedreferencing withtext book/publishers/ editionwith pg noHrs Hrs Hrs1, 2, 3 4.5
Introduction to P/O M forManufacturing industries
P/O M in Corporate
 
Profitability and Competitiveness.5 P’s – Product, Plant, Processes,Program & The PeopleDifference between Manufacturing &Service industryClassics V/s. ModernP/O M ConceptsProduct life cycle Vs systems lifecycleEvolution of P & O management
 
Conversionprocess,Factors of ProductionCost componentsof productionSystems view of operationsmanagementFeed back,Productioncapacity,External/internalenvironmentLead time,Inventory,Monitoring,Services, Capacitygap, Sequence.Pg. 2 – 30 &38 - 64Adam & EbertPg. 3 -16&18 - 47S.Buffa3 1.5 -
 
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 4, 5 3
Nature of Manufacturing
Categorization of productionsystemsDifferent types of ProductionSystemsCustom OrderManufacturingProduction forStockContinuousManufacturingProject formIntermittent formContinuous formProcess formFlexibilityWIPFlexiblemanufacturingPg.118 – 155Adam & EbertandNotes byProf. Prabir Jana3 - -6 ,7 , 8, 9 6
Linear Programming (LP) in P/OManagement
LP Problem formulation,Graphical Solution & its EconomicInterpretationConstraint/variableLimitationsfeasible solutionBasic feasiblesolutionObjective functionOptimal solutionIso-profit linemethodExtreme pointevaluationmethodTypes of feasibleregionsMaximization/MinimizationChapter 3 & 5Pg. 3 – 53& 67 – 81S.D.SharmaPg. No.9 – 62& 71–126& 127 – 153Panneerselvam4.5 1.5

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