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M.Tech- Industrial Engineering & Management (EPRIE200800)

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ENGINEERING GITAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GITAM UNIVERSITY

1st SEMESTER

Periods per week Course No. Name of the course Lec. Lab Total EPRIE101 Probability and Statistics *EPRIE102 Advanced Optimization Techniques 4 4 4 4 — — — — — 4 4 4 4 4

Duration of exam (hr) 3 3 3 3 3

Max. marks End Sess. Total Exam 60 60 60 60 60 40 40 40 40 40 100 100 100 100 100 Credits

4 4 4 4 4

EPRIE103 Work System Design EPRIE104 Management Principles & Perspectives

EPRIE105 Supply Chain Management 4 EPRIE121 EPRIE122 EPRIE123 ELECTIVE – I EPRIE124 EPRIE125 Industrial Management EPRIE111 Lab EPRIE112 Seminar Total

4

4

3

60

40

100

4

— — 24

3 3 6

3 3 30

— —

— — 360

100 100 440

100 100 800

2 2 28

ELECTIVE-I EPRIE121: Reliability Engineering and Management EPRIE122: Maintenance Management EPRIE123: Project Management EPRIE124: Corporate Planning EPRIE125: Marketing Management
* Common with Mechanical Engineering Department (M.Tech CAD/CAM and M.Tech Machine Design)

1

Total 4 4 4 4 4 — — — — 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 60 60 60 60 60 40 40 40 40 40 100 100 100 100 100 4 4 4 4 4 EPRIE201 Facility Planning and Design EPRIE202 Operations Planning & Control Systems EPRIE203 Financial Management EPRIE204 Management Information Systems EPRIE205 Total Quality Management EPRIE231 EPRIE232 EPRIE233 ELECTIVE – II EPRIE234 EPRIE235 EPRIE211 Computer Applications Lab EPRIE212 Seminar Total 4 — 4 3 60 40 100 4 — — 24 3 3 6 3 3 30 — — — — 360 100 100 100 100 440 800 2 2 28 ELECTIVE-II EPRIE231: Soft Computing EPRIE232: Management of Technology And Innovation EPRIE233: Human Resource Management EPRIE234: Product Design Management EPRIE235: Production Management 2 .2nd SEMESTER Course No. Lab Total (hr) Exam Sess. marks Credits of exam week Lec. Name of the course Periods per Duration Max.

3 . marks Duration of exam Exam Sess. Lab/Tut Total Max. Total Credits (hours) 50 50 50 50 100 100 16 16 The prerequisite for submission of the ME thesis is that one should communicate his/her work to any referred journal. Lab/ Total . course EPRIE411 Project Total Lec.3rd SEMESTER Course No. EPRIE311 Name of the course Comprehensive Viva Periods per week Lec. Total — -100 50 150 -50 50 100 100 200 2 6 8 EPRIE312 Project Total 4th SEMESTER Periods per week Name of the Course No. marks Duration of Credits exam (hours) Exam Sess. Tut Max.

References: 1. Levin and Rubin. P. New York.. Exponential distribution. Single factor experiments – Fixed/random effects model – Model adequacy checking .Random samples and sampling distributions of mean and variance.The Loss Function – Orthogonal array – Signal-toNoise ratio. R. D. Tests of hypothesis for the equality of two variances.T. DOE Simplified: Practical Tools for Effective 3. 5. and Whitcomb.J. and Montgomery. M. 4.Introduction to probability and random variables . Normal distribution.Chapman & Hall. The paired t-test. Text Book Probability and Statistics in Engineering and Management Science.V.Fundamental assumptions of analysis of variance..1st SEMESTER EPRIE101: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-1 Data Description: Graphical presentation of data . Anderson. K. Confidence interval estimation of mean. Garcia-Diaz. 2..The Wilcoxson signed rank test. Elements of Probability Theory. and variance.Multiple comparisons . New Delhi. Statistical hypothesis tests: Operations characteristic curve.5. The method of moments. and Craig.Prentice Hall of India. C. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics. Mathematical Statistics. Principles of Experimental Design and Analysis. The testing for goodness of fit. W. 1990. The Wilcoxson Ranksum test. New York. Gamma distribution. Hines. Tests of hypothesis on the mean of a Normal Distribution. T. W.Properties of estimators. 1995.Numerical description of data .J. UNIT-V Taguchi Approach to Design of Experiments . 6. 2001. Freund. John Wiley and Sons. Poisson distribution. Statistics for Management. Probability distributions:.Binomial distribution. Pearson Education Asia Edition. Cramer. Walpole.Design of experiments with several factors . Geometric distribution. Probability & Statistics for Engineers and Scientists. Tests of hypothesis on one variance. Tests of hypothesis on the means of two Normal distributions. PHI. UNIT-111 Design and Analysis of Experiments:. The method of maximum likelihood. Hyper Geometric distribution. Ronald E. Uniform distribution. Hogg. Log-Normal distribution. Beta distribution and Weibull distribution . A. 1990.Two factor factorial experiments – UNIT-1V Non-Parametric Statistics: The sign test .Exploratory data analysis. UNIT-11 Parameter Estimation: Point estimation . D. 4 . E . J. A and Phillips.

Ltd * Common with Mechanical Engineering Department (M. Concepts of sub optimisation. Mc Graw Hill 3. Publishers.Theory and Practice by Rao.*EPRIE102: ADVANCED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT I Geometric programming (G. References: 1. Ignizio.P.P): Graphical representation. Stochastic linear programming UNIT V Unconventional optimization techniques: Multi-objective optimization . S.Tech Machine Design) 5 . Introduction to Operations Research. Operations Research. Goldberg. Hiller and Lieberman. UNIT III Integer programming(I. Phillips and Solberg. Simulated Annealing. Ravindran. Genetic Algorithms . Addison-Wesley Longman (Singapore) Pvt. Neural Networks based Optimization. differential calculus method and arithmetic method. Bala's algorithm for zero-one programming problem. New Age International (P) Ltd. Gomory's cutting plane method.P. Lexigton Books. Linear programming as a case of D.Lexicographic method. Branch-and-bound method. John Wiely 2. Genetic algorithms. 4.In Search.Principles and Practice.P and Continuous D.P). Goal Programming and Extensions by James P. Complementary Geometric Programming. Goal programming method. Generalized penalty function method UNIT IV Stochastic Programming (S. Primal dual relationship and sufficiency conditions. Sequential linear discrete programming.P): Multistage decision processes. Text Book Engineering Optimization .P): Solution of an unconstrained geometric programming..Tech CAD/CAM and M. UNIT II Dynamic programming(D. computational procedure in dynamic programming calculus method and tabular methods.S.P): Basic Concepts of Probability Theory. Solution of a constrained geometric programming problem (G. Optimization and Machine Learning by David E.

McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall. types. UNIT-111 Ergonomics: Nature of man-machine systems – characteristics – purpose – operational functions and components – types of systems-Principles of motion economy. Sounders..Job evaluation-different methods . Marvin. 2. and McCornic. 1983. UNIT-V Job evaluation and incentive scheme: Job description and job analysis .L.J. E.J. References: 1. M. UNIT-1V Value Engineering: Value – definition.O. I. 1986. 5. Benjamin W. M.. E. Text Book Introduction to Work Study. Niebel and Andris Freivalds. Work System Design and Methods Study: Scope of work design – procedure for methods study – Process analysis – Process charts – Operation analysis – UNIT-11 Work Measurement: Time study equipment – Establishment and maintenance of time standards – Allowances and Performance rating .Different types of incentive schemes. Standards and Work Design.. E. Wiley & Sons.. Improving Productivity and Effectiveness. 6 .EPRIE103: WORK SYSTEM DESIGN Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-1 Definition and scope of work design and measurement. Mundel. 1983. Work Design and Measurement.S.Individual and group incentive concepts and implications . Human Factors Engineering & Design. Methods. Macormick.. WCB Mc Graw Hill(1999) 4. R. Information input and processing – sources and pathways of stimuli-Information theory – Information theory – Information input processes – Displays used in information input – Coding systems – Time sharing – Noise and the theory of signal detection – Human information processing. Human Factors in Engineering and Design. Advantages and Applications. Barnes.Precision time measurement – Pre-determined fundamental motion time standards – Standard data – Work sampling – activity and performance sampling – Errors and sensitivity of technique – Physiological methods of work measurement.. Tata McGraw-Hill 3. Value analysis – procedure – Creativity and BrainStorming. 3rd Revised Edn.

O'Donnel. C.Organization principles of line and staff authority and span of control . Output process and Feedback control .General systems theory and its application to business problems UNIT-V Systems design: System purchaser(s). Systems Analysis for Business and Industrial Problem Solving by Optner. Coyle.. 2. Objectives. Plankett. McGraw Hill International Student Edn. 3.Role of information in control .Organization structure and design . Input. and Attner.Classification of systems . Design of input. Management of System Dynamics. H... New Delhi 2005. L M.Managerial ethics and social responsibility. R.System analysis: System design and systems engineering .Various theories and approaches to management. Constraints. S. Principle and practice of management. H. Process. U. Feedback and Control .K (1977). W. Text Books 1. Management.EPRIE104: MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND PERSPECTIVES Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-1 Management principles: Management functions.. McGraw Hill.. References: 1. 1975.History of management thought . Koonetz. Sultan Chand & Sons..Control methods and techniques . UNIT-1V Systems approach in problem solving: Systems concepts: System. 2. 9th Edn. tools and techniques.Planning process. Chichester. Roles & Skills . Decision making process. Environment.G. 1984. and Weihrich. Output.R. decentralization and autonomy UNIT-111 Managerial control-need and principles .Delegation.F.L. John Wily & Sons. R. approaches and aids Formal and informal organizations . Prasad . NY. Introduction to Management. 7 . Kent Publishing Company. UNIT-11 Concept of decision and decision making.Examples of application and case studies in different areas of business management.

Key issues in SCM. issues in natural disaster and other calamities. Data collection. Sourcing and procurement. identifying appropriate supply chain strategy. Local issues in supply chain. Third Edition. S. E-procurement. New Jersey. Importance of supply chain flows. Mathematical modelling under known stock out costs and service levels. Simchi-Levi. Decision phases. Key features of a network configuration. Pull and Push-pull supply chains. Uncertainties in supply chain. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Periodic and Quantity review policies. Cost involved in inventory system. Supply Chain Management: Strategy. Impact of uncertainty on network design. Doebler. 1996 2. Types of orders. Reverse logistics. Chopra. Second Edition. Distribution strategies. Third Edition. Relations with other departments. Inventory system constraints. D. Competitive bidding and Negotiation.EPRIE105: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-1 Introduction to Supply Chain Management (SCM): Concept of supply management and SCM. Warehouse costs. Unit-V Issues in Supply Chain Management: Introduction. Network design. D. regional differences in logistics.W. Managing global risk. 2004. Quantity discounts. Tender buying. Information sharing. Joint replenishment for multiple items. 2. Network design in uncertain environment. R. Single period models. Working capital restrictions. Initial inventory. E. 1994 8 . issues form SMEs. New Delhi. Purchasing & Supply Chain Management. Supply chain integration. Objectives of purchasing . and Ravi Shankar.J Prentice Hall Inc. Kaminsky. Competitive Strategy and supply chain strategies. Data aggregation. Purchasing procedure. Core competency. Single stage inventory control.N. Capacities and locations.. Purchasing. Direct shipment distribution strategies. Elements of supply chain efficiency. Effect of demand uncertainty. and Meindl. Text Book 1. Supply chain drivers. UNIT-11 Inventory Management: Introduction. Risk management.. Strategies & Case Studies. and Burt. Push. factors influencing network design. Principles of Inventory & Materials Management. Designing & Managing the Supply Chain: Concepts. and storage space restrictions. Role of E business in supply chains. Organized retail in India. Multiple order opportunities. Deterministic Models. Economic lot size models. Information and supply chain trade-offs. Importance of suppliers. Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte. Simchi-Levi. P. Value of information: Bullwhip effect. Tata McGraw-Hill. Tersine. transshipment and selecting appropriate strategies. References: 1. Unit-IV Supply Chain Integration: Introduction. Centralized and Decentralized purchasing. Planning & Operations. Value chain. P. Outsourcing benefits. Selective control techniques. D. Transportation rates. Issues in international supply chain. Text and Cases. Evaluating a potential supplier. Models and data validation. Supply contracts. Unit-III Designing Supply Chain Network: Introduction. 2008. Ltd. application to economic production quantity. Process view of a supply chain.

Autonomous maintenance. New York.3/e revised. Madras. Macmillian India Ltd. k-out-of-m systems. Active redundancy. Maintainability. Maintainability and Availability. Interference theory. Nakajima Seiichi. E. Reliability management by objectives. Failure Data Analysis: Failure data banks. Reliability evaluation of three-state device networks-series and parallel. Six major losses. Causes of failures. Reliability data acquisition and analysis. Failure Mode and Effect Analysis. Reliability Anaysis and Prediction Engineering. 5. References: 1. Reliability and Quality. Practical Reliability Engineering. k-out-of-m systems. Availability function. 1997. Von Nostrand Reinhold Company. 1987. Fault trees. series-parallel. 1983. 3. UNIT-111 Reliability Improvement: Redundancy optimization-parallel. K B Mishra. 1984.T. 2. Decomposition technique. Maintainability. Reliability Engineering. Path tracing technique. John Wiley & Sons. Reliability evaluation of two-state device networks-series. Reliability Engineering in System Design and Operation. Maximizing equipment effectiveness. Stamatis D. ZD and TPM. Steps of TPM development. 1997. UNIT-11 Reliability Determination Methods: Network reduction technique. Productivity Press India (P) Madras. Advanced Reliability Evaluation Concepts: Supplementary variables technique. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing. Non-repairable items failure data analysis-complete data. Concept of Bathtub Hazard Rate curve. Balagrusamy. Lewis. Productivity Press India. A K Gupta. 7.. Human reliability. O'Connor Patric D.H. 9 . New Delhi. UNIT-V Total Productivity Maintenance (TPM): Distinctive features of TPM. New York. Maximum likelihood estimation technique. and series networks.1992 Reliability Engineering & Teretechnology. John Wiley & Sons. UNIT-IV Maintainability and Availability: Maintainability function. Failure and failure modes. Preventive maintenance. 1995. Delta-Star method. Managing people for reliability. Basic philosophy of zero defects (ZD). Introduction to Reliability Engineering. Balbir S. Measuring TPM effectiveness. System. 6. Elsevier Science Publishers. Dhillon. E. Reliability Management: Reliability Programme. Management policies and decisions. Standby redundant systems. incomplete failure data hazard plotting technique. Introduction to TPM. 4.ELECTIVE – I EPRIE121: RELIABILITY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-1 Basic Concepts of Reliability: Definitions of Reliability. Downtime. Failure mode and effect analysis. Hazard rate. Planned maintenance. 8. parallel. Reliability Mathematics: Introduction to probability distributions. Frequency of failures. incomplete data. E. TPM development activities. Common cause failures. Two-unit parallel system with repair. Reliability groups.

References: 1.Policies and models ..Application of simulation technique . Blanchard. B. Maintenance Engineering and Management. 1976. Benefits. 2002.S. PHI..Production maintenance integration .Reliability models .Maintenance downtime analysis UNIT-V Computerized maintenance system . McGraw Hill. 2. 10 .S.State transition diagrams for maintained and non-maintained systems.Replacement . and Pathak.Condition monitoring UNIT-111 Equipment codification and classification .Planning and scheduling maintenance activities UNIT-11 Types of maintenance .Predictive maintenance .Design Implementation and Operation of an integrated maintenance system.Maintenance manpower planning.spare parts management .Maintenance budgeting and cost control .. Organization and structure of maintenance system: Mechanics of maintenance system.EPRIE122: MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-1 Characteristics. Maintenance Management.Preventive maintenance . 3. McGraw Hill. 1969.C. A. Carder. Objectives and Policies of maintenance. NY. K. Mishra. Maintainability Principles and Practices. UNIT-1V Reliability measurement and life testing application of reliability: Maintenance strategies Maintainability and availability and criteria .Planned prevention of breakdowns . NY. R.Development of preventive maintenance schedule.

PERT Network: Three time estimates for activities. Algorithm for critical path.EPRIE123: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Project Planning: Analysis and Appraisal Generation of project ideas. Algorithms for minimal spanning tree. UNIDO approach. Event oriented algorithm for critical path. 3. Income distribution impact. D. Preliminary screening.. Levy. Chance constrained linear programming for probabilistic durations of activities in PERT network. Ravindran. 1964. Flyod's. Shadow prices. 1994. Probability of meeting a schedule date. Net benefit in terms of economic prices. Forward pass and Backward pass computations. Narendra Singh. Second edition.Kruskal's algorithm and Prim's algorithm. Operations Research: Principles and Practice. UNIT-IV Linear Programming Formulation of Network Problems: A flow network interpretation for determination of critical paths. Project Management with CPM and PERT. Investment Appraisal: Social cost benefit analysis. References: 1. A. Prasanna Chandra. Estimation of mean and variance of activity times. Cyclic network. Cost of project. Phillips. 1995. Savings impact and its value. 4. Moder J. A Management Guide to PERT/CPM. 11 . UNIT-II Project Implementation: Development of project network. Jerome. Time cost trade off. 1987. New Delhi. Time cost trade off and maximal flow. Weist and Ferdinand K. New Delhi. Janes J.Himalaya Publishing House. Implementation and Control. 5. Project rating index. C. John Wiley & Sons. Measurement of impact on distribution. and Solberg.E. and Dantzig's algorithms. Time-cost Trade off Procedure: Schedule related project costs.R. Lowest cost schedule. Projects Planning.V. 2. Scouting for project ideas. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Adjustment for merit and demerit. Activity on node networks. UNIT-V Project Scheduling with Limited Resources: Complexity of project scheduling with limited resources. Dummy activities. Prentice Hall of India. A simple heuristic program for resource allocation. Don T. Algorithms for maximal flow problems. UNIT-III Network Analysis: Algorithms for shortest route problems-Dijkstra's. Project Mnagament and Control. free slacks and their interpretations. and Phillips. Maximum flow minimum cut explanation. Goods Little Mirrless approach. Total slacks. Leveling the demands on key resources.

P. Lorange. 1985. Management control and information systems.M. D. Strategy formulation. UNIT-V Organizing for corporate planning. MIT Press. UNIT-II Environmental scanning and analysis. Pergaman Press. References: 1. Implementing corporate strategies. Introducing Corporate Planning. Business forecasting. Business plans. NJ. SWOT analysis.. NY. Prentice Hall. Goals and Policies. Hussey. Corporate Planning & Policy Designs. Industrial dynamics. 1980. Strategies for growth and survival.E. Capital budgeting. Long range planning of R&D.F. Process of corporate planning. R. 2. Gap analysis. Government policies.. UNIT-IV Investment evaluation. J. Multinational operations. Lyneis. and Vancil. Strategic Planning System. Risk analysis. Economic and social environmental. Computer modeling and simulation. UNIT-III Elements of futurology.EPRIE124: CORPORATE PLANNING Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Corporate objectives. 12 . Technological forecasting. Strategies for technology base industries. 3.. Resources planning. Market dynamics.

2. 2001. Marketing Management .Analysis. Importance. 4.J. UNIT-V Advertising Management: Purpose. Stanton. Marketing Planning: Planning Process. 3. Research objectives.. Factors influencing price determination. Implementation and Control. Market Testing. Ramaswamy. B. 1996. Fundamentals of Marketing. 1990. Marketing Concepts. New Delhi. RBSA Publishers. Sales Promotion: Sales Promotion Tools.EPRIE125: MARKETING MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 Introduction to Marketing: Marketing defined. M.Planning. Marketing Management . Applications and Case Studies. Mathew. and Walker. Concept development and Testing. Consumer Behaviour: Factors influencing Consumer Behaviour. Perceived risks. Marketing Research . Consumer promotion tools. Tender pricing. References: 1.S. Objectives. UNIT-III Marketing Research: Marketing Research Process. P.J. W. Marketing Environment. 1994. M.. Marketing Communication: Marketing mix variables communicate.J. Steps in developing effective communication . Planning. UNIT-IV Product Development: Idea generation. Prentice-Hall of India. Pricing Strategies: Meaning of pricing. Etzel. Commercialization. Implementation and Control. Analysis.. Product line pricing. Deciding message or copy. Business promotion tolls. S. Majumdar. McGraw-Hill International Edition.. Strategic Business Units. Collecting information. 5. Sales Management and Sales Promotion. Market Segmentation and Market Targeting: Segmentation Procedure. 1991. Selecting the final price. 13 . Decision making process in buying. Marketing functions. New Age International (P) Limited Publishers. V. Product Positioning. Market Targeting.J. New Delhi.First Edition. Demand market based pricing. Kotler. Factors in advertising. Research Plan development.Text. R. Advertising Portfolio Selection.. UNIT-II Marketing Mix: Marketing mix variables and their importance. and Namkumari. Macmillan India Limited.

Every student shall participate in the seminar. Grade will be awarded on the basis of the student’s paper. programme. He/she shall get the paper approved by the Programme Coordinator/Faculty Members in the concerned area of specialization and shall present it in the class in the presence of Faculty in-charge of seminar class. presentation and his/her participation in the seminar. 14 .EPRIE111: INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT LAB Periods per week: 3 Experiments on Method Study Experiments on Time Study Physiological Evaluation Tests Eye-Hand Coordination Experiments Construction of Control Charts for Quality Control and Analysis Acceptance sampling Sessionals:100 EPRIE112: SEMINAR Periods per week: 3 Sessionals: 100 Each student shall prepare a seminar paper on any topic of interest related to the core/Elective courses being undergone in the first semester of the M. Tech.

McGinnis. Equipment Requirement.Block Plan.. Major Features of Computerized Algorithms. Limitation of Computerized Layout Planning. Construction and Improvement Algorithms. New York. Solution Efficiency.F. UNIT-IV Formulation of Layout Problems: Quantitative. Introduction to Multi facility Location Problems: Formulation of Problems. Contour Lines (Iso-Cost Lines). Activity Analysis. Complexity Rating. Facilities Planning. Line Balancing Algorithms: Kilbridge and Wester. Evaluation. FRAT. Flow Dominance. 1970.PlanningandDesign. R. COMSOAL. References: 1.M. Moodie and Young method. Apple. UNIT-II Single Facility Location Problems: Rectilinear Distance Problems. and multi-objective. Minimization of cycle time with fixed number of stations... L. New York. Moore. CRAFT. Layout Design Process. Plant Layout: Need for Layout. REL Diagram. 4. Major features of Improvement Algorithms. 3. Optimization of number of stations with given production rate. J. Layout Design Cycle. Overview of Plant Design. CORELAP. Qualitative.RSule. Significance and Scope of Facilities Layout Planning. 5. Tompkins and White John Wiley and Sons. Selection. New York. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt Ltd. Text Book Facility Layout and Location: An Analytical Approach. Objectives. Types of Layout. Plant LocationLocation Factors. Development of Layout . Employee Requirement. such as ALDEP. Specification.PWS-KentPublishing Co.Macmillan Company. Tompkins and White James A. Squared Euclidean Distance Problems and Euclidean Distance Problems. Data Collection. John Wiley 15 . Francis. 2. J. John Wiley and Sons. Tompkins and John A.M. A. J. UNIT-V Mass Production Management (Line Balancing): Basic idea of assembly line balancing. ManufacturingFacilities-Location. Rank Positional Weight method.White. Plant Layout and Material Handling. 1999. New Delhi.L. White. and MAT. Facilities Planning. Nature.2nd SEMESTER EPRIE201: FACILITY PLANNING AND DESIGN Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Introduction: Types of manufacturing processes. Plant Layout and Design. Location Theory. and Jr . LP formulation with rectilinear distance UNIT-III Computerised Layout Planning: Basic Philosophy in Computerized Layout Planning.D.

Gantt chart. Shop floor control concepts. References: 1. UNIT. UNIT-II Demand Management: Demand management and MPC environment. John Wiley & Sons. Vollmann. Silver. 1998. Final assembly schedule. System nervousness UNIT-V Production Activity Control: Framework. Options in dealing with the hierarchy of decisions. Forecast errors. Ltd. ERP and functional units.Dynamic. McLeavy and Peter J. Seetharama L. System Dynamics. Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply Chain Management. Pyke and Rein Peterson Third Edition. MRP records. Performance measures. Performance measures. How MPC fits within ERP. Time fencing and MPS stability. Lot sizing methods. Sales and operation planning methods. International Edition. William L. General job shop scheduling . Forecasting framework. Berry. MPC system payoff. Technical Issues. Hierarchy of managerial decisions. Communicating with other MPC modules and customers. New Delhi. Robert Jacobs Fifth Edition..Individual-item. deterministic job shop . Relevant costs.Static. Priority sequencing rules. D Clay Whybark. David F. Narasimhan. Special classes of individual items. Inventory Management and Production Planning and Scheduling. Type of configurations manufacturing system. Structuring BOM. MRP logic. 2. Forecast error over lead time. Techniques. Master Production Schedule (MPS): Nature of MPS. Using the MRP system. MPC system framework. Managing the MPS. Disaggregation techniques.EPRIE202: OPERATIONS PLANNING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Manufacturing Planning and Control (MPC): MPC systems. 2005.IV Material Requirement Planning (MRP): Nature of MRP. Coefficient of correlation UNIT-III Sales and Operation Planning: Nature of sales and operation planning. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): What is ERP. Interval estimate. Thomas E. Dennis W. Buffering concepts. probabilistic job shop Text Book Production Planning and Inventory Control. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. and F. Edward A. 16 . shortterm forecasting models. 2000. MPS Techniques. Finite loading systems. Billington Second Edition. Mc Graw Hill. Time series analysis .

Ritzman. Second Edition. C. 17 . Y A. Richard J.Strategy and Analysis. Tersine. Englewood Cliffs. 1984. Addison. Operation Management. 1985. Production and Inventory Management.3. Hax and D. McGraw Hill.Weslely (2000). NY. 1985.. 5. 4. J.G. Operations Management: Theory and Problems Monk. NJ. Candea Prentice-Hall. Production/Operations Management. 6. North Holland. Lee Krajewski and Larry P.

Capital budgeting. Preferred stock valuation. Common size. Generating investment project proposals. Trend analysis. Unit –II Valuation concepts. Risk and return in portfolio context. Lease financing and its evaluation. Van Horne. signaling effects. Organization of the financial management functions. 7/e. Common stock valuation. (2002). Rates of return. References: 1. 3. 6/e. 12/e. Fundamentals of corporate Finance. 4. Pearson Education Asia(2002). Principles of corporate Finance. cash flow estimates. UNIT-V Intermediate and long-term financing. Text Book Fundamentals of Financial Management. Damodaran. long term debit instruments. (2002). 2. fore casting of financial statements. John Wiley & Sons. Westerfield and Jordan. Term loans and leases. combining liability structure and current asset decisions. Attitudes towards risk. Tax Environment. Breally and Myers. Project evaluation and selection difficulties. UNIT-IV Issues with working capital. UNIT-III Financial Statements. Cash flows. Capital -Asset pricing model. and Index analysis. Provision of loan agreements. bonds and their features. Van Horne. initial financing. Ross. PHI. Diversification. TMH. Bond valuation. Risk and return. TMH. J C and Wachowicz. equipment financing. (2002). Financing current assets. simple problems. forecasting. (2002). 18 . secondary market. Corporate Finance. J M. Use of probability distributions to measure risk. Flow of funds statement. Private placement. Financial Management and policy. Income statement. Bonds with finite maturity. Business Environment.EPRIE203: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Introduction to financial management. Financial Environment. Balance sheet ratios. Project monitoring.

Security threats. Text Book Management information systems Text and cases. Organization for development of MIS. UMIT III Application of MIS for manufacturing and service sectors. Analytical modeling. Ethical issues in the systems. 1985. Ross and Clagget. W.. Data warehouse. Determinants and implementation aspects. use of world wide web. Real time systems and good design.Approaches to information systems.EPRIE204: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Concept of MIS. Models. Jawadekar. Human factors and user interface. information systems processing. Information quality. Information systems for organizations and Impact of information systems. New Delhi. Role of information systems. Development of long range plans for MIS. Owen Hansan. Group decision making. Need for system analysis. E business. Implementation aspects for supply chain and customers relationship management. Types of business information systems. PHI(1999) 2. Information Systems for Modern Management. UNIT-IV Data processing. Analysis of existing systems.J. UNIT-V Data base concepts and its models. 6. Information systems quality. Total quality management of information systems. 5. 3.Conceptual Foundations. Management Information Systems. transaction processing. Davis Gordon. C. Management Information Systems . Laudon and Laudon. Design of Computer Data Files. UNIT-II Decision making process and its concepts. benefits. design.S References: 1. design. Decision support systems concepts. Davis Gordon. McGraw Hill. Implementation aspects. organizing and management of data warehouse. Enterprise resource planning. Enterprise management systems. PHI. Murdic. An Introduction to Data Base Management System. Knowledge management. 1985. Management Information Systems. 19 . Data. Narosa Publication House. applications processing. 4. Definition. data models. Pitman.

5S. 4. UNIT-111 TQM systems: Quality policy deployment. A V Feizenbaum. G. McGraw Hill. Asisn Productivity Organisation. I Introduction to Robust Design. 20 . E. 5. KAIZEN. Total Quality Control. Case studies UNIT-V Implementation of TQM: Steps. Organization. Team work. Quality circles. 1986. Introduction to Quality Engineering. John Bank.EPRIE205: TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-1 Concepts of TQM: Philosophy of TQM. Rose. Greg Bounds. 1994. Strategic quality planning. 2. Text Book Total Quality Management. Quality costs. McGraw Hill. 6. Customer focus. The Asian Productivity Organization.Taguchi. Quality auditing. KAIZEN. Clauses of ISO 9000. Lyle Yorks et al. Designing for quality. Kogan Page Ltd. Bedford. 3. Manufacturing for quality. References: 1. Takashi Osada. 1991. Problem solving methodologies. Top management commitment. 1986. UNIT-1V Quality system: Need for ISO 9000 system. Masaki Imami. Beyond Total Quality Management. JIT. PHI. Case studies.. J. New management tools. Advantages. UNIT-11 TQM process: QC tools.. Implementation of ISO 9000. Quality philosophies of Deming. 1993. Crossby and Muller. Mc Grahill The Essence of Total Quality Management. POKAYOKE. 1993. Fault Tree Analysis Standardization. Taguchi Principles and Design. Bench marking. Quality function deployment. Work habits.

K Prathihar...applications References: 1. 6.applications UNIT-II Fuzzy Logic: The concept of uncertainty and associated solutions . McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Fuzzy Logic and Its Applications in Technology and Management... 4.Fitness function . S. Yegnanarayanan.Coding . 2. Goldberg.E. Tabu Search: Introduction .applications UNIT-V Genetic Algorithms: Introduction to Genetic Algorithms (GA) . Narosa Publishers. 2007.Major components of a fuzzy logic system . Sundareswaran.. Soft Computing. A Learner Jaico Publishing House. Artificial Neural Networks Schalkoff. D.Learning curves . R. UNIT-IV Simulated Annealing: Introduction . 2005.Design of fuzzy systems – methodology of fuzzy controllers. Structure. Genetic Algorithms in Search. Prentice Hall of India 5.Goals of optimization .Terminology . 21 .Algorithm . Artificial Neural Networks.Neural approaches to computing . B. and Machine Learning.II EPRIE231: SOFT COMPUTING Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Artificial Neural Networks: Basics of artificial neural networks (ANN) – Characteristics of ANN Historical development .Fuzzy sets . Addison-Wesley.Schemata .GA operators – Algorithm.Short comings of neural networks and fuzzy logic.Models of neuron – Topology . 1989.applications UNIT-III Neuro Fuzzy Technique Problems with fuzzy rules. 2007 3.Terminology of GA -Strings. Computational Intelligence: Principles Techniques and Applications.Relationship of ANNs to other technologies . Guide to Fuzzy Logic Systems. D Chakraborty.Differences and similarities between genetic algorithm and traditional methods .need for confluencemethodology of neuro-fuzzy technique.Basic learning laws Overview of neural computing . 7.Applications.Basic properties and characteristics of fuzzy sets . 1997.Fuzzy set operations . Nanda.simple engineering applications.Algorithm . and Majumdar.Data structures .Engineering approaches to computing .J. D D.Training set and Test set .ELECTIVE . K. Amit Konar Springer. 2007.ANNs Learning Approaches . Optimization.Generalization .Narosa. Parameter set .Fuzzy reasoning .

7.Process of technological change – Innovation technology evaluation. Prentice Hall. Mark Dodgson. Asia 2001.Technology intelligence – collaborative mode. References: 1. Integration of strategic planning and technology planning. Managing Technology and Innovation for competitive Advantage. Technology forecasting. Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation.PRME232: MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT -1 Understanding Management of Technology.Product development. Pearson Education.al Tata McGraw Hill (2001). Budgeting and cost control changing role of R & D. Development in the value chain.Market development – corporate cultures – technology audits. McGraw Hill. Key performance factors for technology management UNIT-III Technology Strategy: . Newyork.K. 4. Adoption and diffusion UNIT-II Technology and competition. Technology Strategy and the Firm. Key concepts – importance – issues. Technology transfer. Burgelman et. Managing Technology . simultaneous engineering. Appropriation of technology – Deployment in new products. 22 . Technology development and society-Technology and Corporate growth. technology acquisition. Lowell W. Strategic Technology management. Cleland and Bursic Amacom. 5. Technology innovation and applied research. Narayanan U. 2. Steele. Longman. Babcock D. UNIT-IV Technology evaluation and financing – Evaluation of R & D projects. 3. Managing Technology – competing Through New Ventures. UNIT-V Management of Manufacturing technology. 6. Betz F Prentice Hall. Innovation and Corporate Research. Managing Engineering Technology.The Strategic Vies.L.

. 6. expectancy theory. Expectancy theory and compensation. Industrial Relations. Monappa Arun and Saiyadain. Koontz. requirements of effective training conventional training techniques. personnel policies. Fillipo 4. 5th Reprint. Donnel. psychological testing. group training. The Industrial Law. job design UNIT-III Manpower planning: Man power forecasting.job grading . job evaluating systems . Essentials of Management. New Delhi. Communication and Counseling: Nature and importance of communications. Performance appraisal: Traditional performance appraisal systems. leadership behavior and styles. reinforcement theory Mc-clleland's needs theory. channels and structure. appraisal programs . types of training. relationships. Springel McGraw Hill 2. M. New Delhi. 7..hygiene approach to motivation. objectives in training..equity and compensation comparable value.. concept of labour. supplementary compensations. Personnel Management. organization and function of the personnel department.. organization development. Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory . Personnel Management. Clothier. Management by objectives. Personnel Management. Tata McGraw Hill.factor comparison system. Edwon. job evaluation. O. counseling. 3.point systems . Selection: Developing sources. organizational structure of formal and organizations.L. M. trait approaches to leadership. functions. effects of job evaluation on human relations. mobility and promotion problems. interviews. UNIT-IV Human Factor Management: Human factors in management behavioral models. communication process. References: 1.S. UNIT-V Leadership: Definition. 5th Edn.S. methods of recruitment. alternative selection policies. 1987. motivation.simple ranking . Eastern Book Co. P. UNIT-III Wage and Salary Administration: Factors affecting compensation policy . Weihreich McGraw Hill 5. Prentice Hall. Tata McGraw Hill. situational approach to leadership. 1st Edn. Strauss and Sayles Personnel. Malik. evaluating training effectiveness. variable compensation. Saiyadian. motivational techniques.EPRIE233: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Introduction: Definition of personnel management.. B. The Human Problems of Management. job analysis and job description. Scott. 19 23 . Organizational objectives. application blanks and qualification card. Training: The nature of training.

2. Criteria for a new product. Functions. Robert. Identification of latent needs. Product Design and Manufacturing.. Design management. Product design. Organizational objectives. Design Methods. Design evaluation . UNIT-II Organizational strength & weakness. Technology related intelligence. Quality aspects of Product design. Expectations. Survey. New Product Development.C. Value and Reliability. Development of business analysis. The Free Press. Seeds of Human Future. Development of technological competence. Techniques for creative idea generation. Design process. Chitale and R. Traditional & modern design. Investigating user behavior . References: 1. Techniques for investigating user behavior. K. Forward planning. G. Organizational structure for effective product innovation and role of product manager.User habits. Ergonomic analysis. Coordination and communication.. 4. 3. creativity and diffusion. 1970.technological. Product management. Analysis for maintenance and useful life UNIT-V Market preparation vendor search. Selection of methods appropriate to design stage. Introduction to design. Legal.Analysis for fault. Gupta. Market Research. A. Perception. Jones. New product management. Sales promotion. Evaluation of new products ideas. Grunwald. Rothberg. UNIT-IV Stating objectives. PHI (2002) 24 . Illinois. Ecological.. Boundary search and functional innovation.EPRIE234: PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Introduction: Challenges of Product development. 1985. Analysis for development. R. related intelligence. J. Innovation. Product design and design methods. C. John Wiley. Test marketing product and introduction strategy. 1976. Corporate Strategy and product Innovation. Business Books. Need. Successful product development. Product formulation.

4. UNIT-II Concepts of strategy.C. Process . UNIT-V Manufacturing strategy interconnectedness with financial. Patrica (Ed. References: 1. 25 . Location. S.Number. Scale. Manufacturing Strategy. Moody. 1990. Integration . Strategic Manufacturing: Dynamic (New) Directions for the 1990s. Flexibility.. 1984. Type. 1985. Service operations strategy . 3. 2. Timing. and Wheelwright. Facilities . Systems . Extent. Scheduling and Control. Costing and reward systems and need for change in reporting and evaluation systems. Vendors . Balance. John Wiley.H. NY. Hayes. 1985. Hierarchy of strategic decisions.Amount. Restoring Our Competitive Edge. Manufacturing the Formidable Competitive Weapon. Competing Through Manufacturing.Size. Strategic choices in manufacturing: Capacity . UNIT-III Organization. Vertical . Hill Terry. UNIT-IV Emerging production management concepts and practices.Span..Alternatives.People based strategy. Quality Strategic role. R. Structure. Don Jone Irwin. NY. McMillan Educational Foundation.). John Wiley. Such as just-in-time with examples and cases. Various practices . Relationship. Various dimensions. Planning.Direction.Meshing of short and medium term operations planning and control with long term strategic coals of the organization.EPRIE235: PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Periods per week: 4 End Examination: 60 Sessionals: 40 UNIT-I Strategic role of production management . Human resources . Skinner. Specialization (focus).Comparison with manufacturing strategy. London. Balances. W.

He/she shall get the paper approved by the Programme Coordinator/Faculty Members in the concerned area of specialization and shall present it in the class in the presence of Faculty incharge of seminar class.Networks – Waiting Lines. Tech.Linear regression . programme. presentation and his/her participation in the seminar. Data analysis: Statistical analysis of data with graphs . Production management: Inventory .EPRIE211: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS LAB Periods per week: 3 Decision Modelling Linear programming . Every student shall participate in the seminar.Multiple linear regression. Grade will be awarded on the basis of the student’s paper. 26 .Forecasting .Layout/Line balancing .Scheduling. Simulation models. Sessionals: 100 EPRIE212: SEMINAR Periods per week: 3 Sessionals: 100 Each student shall prepare a seminar paper on any topic of interest related to the core/Elective courses being undergone in the second semester of the M.

Tech. Students desirous of carrying out project in industry or other organization have to fulfill the requirements as specified in the “Ordinances and Regulations for M. Tech. The student will be encouraged to fix the area of work and conduct the literature review during the second SEMESTER itself. 4th SEMESTER EPRIE411: PROJECT At the end of the fourth SEMESTER. Programme. This is an oral examination based on the courses (Theory. The project can be carried out at the institute or in an industry/research organization. Laboratory and seminar) undergone by the student in the first and second semester M. under the section Project Work in Industry or Other Organization”.3rd SEMESTER EPRIE311: COMPREHENSIVE VIVA Each student is required to appear for the Comprehensive Viva-Voce examination in the third semester. 27 . the students’ thesis work shall be assessed by a committee and graded. At the end of the third SEMESTER. which will evaluate the work and decide whether the student may be allowed to submit the thesis or whether he/she needs to carry out additional work. the student shall present his/her thesis work before an evaluation committee. The topic shall be research and development oriented. EPRIE312: PROJECT The project work starts in the third SEMESTER and extends to the end of the fourth SEMESTER.

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