CURRICULUM OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING B.E., B.Sc/M.

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(Revised 2008)

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HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION ISLAMABAD

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CURRICULUM DIVISION, HEC
Dr. Syed Sohail H. Naqvi Prof. Dr. Riaz ul Haq Tariq Miss Ghayyur Fatima Mr. M. Tahir Ali Shah Mr. Shafiullah Khan Executive Director Member (Acad) Deputy Director (Curri) Assistant Director Assistant Director

Composed by: Mr. Zulfiqar Ali, HEC, Islamabad

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CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Introduction Unified Framework BS Scheme of Studies Courses Details Recommendations for BS/BE Post-graduate programme Details of Post-graduate courses 6 9 13 19 45 46 49

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and will require the completion of 130-136 credit hours. Karachi. dated December 4th 1976. the curriculum of a subject must be reviewed after every 3 years. R&D organizations and respective accreditation councils. The National Curriculum Revision Committee for Industrial Engineering in a special meeting held on March 13-15. Applied Social Sciences and Engineering disciplines met in April 2007 and developed a unified template to standardize degree programs in the country to bring the national curriculum at par with international standards. For the purpose of curriculum revision various committees are constituted at the national level.RIAZ-UL-HAQ TARIQ Member Academics April 2008 4 . in continuation of its earlier three meetings held on July 3-5. The new BS degree shall be of 4 years duration. It has to be studied thoroughly and all aspects are to be critically examined before any component is recommended for adoption. broad based knowledge to the students to ensure the quality of education. certificates and diplomas awarded by degree colleges. it is not possible to accept any curriculum in its entirety. The engineering degree will devote 65-70% of the curriculum towards engineering courses. revised the curriculum in light of the unified template. is being circulated for implementation in the concerned institutions. Many of these procedures include incorporating the results from international research studies and reforms made in other countries. and 35--30% to non Engineering courses. DR. duly approved by the competent authority. and to fulfill the needs of the local industries. These studies and reforms are then related to the particular subject and the position in Pakistan so that the proposed curriculum may have its roots in the socio-economics setup in which it is to be introduced. Hence. appointed the University Grants Commission as the competent authority to look after the curriculum revision work beyond class XII at the bachelor level and onwards to all degrees. In pursuance of the above decisions and directives. 2007 at HEC Regional Centre. unlike a machine. universities and other institutions of higher education. According to the decision of the special meeting of ViceChancellor’s Committee. The final draft prepared by the National Curriculum Revision Special Committee. D773/76-JEA (cur.). comprising of senior teachers nominated by universities. the Higher Education Commission (HEC) is continually performing curriculum revision in collaboration with universities. In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Federal Supervision of Curricula Textbooks and Maintenance of Standards of Education Act 1976. the Federal Government vide notification No. A committee of experts comprising of conveners from the National Curriculum Revision of HEC in Basic. degree awarding institutions. It also aimed to give a basic.PREFACE Curriculum development is a highly organized and systematic process and involves a number of procedures. 2008 at the HEC Islamabad.

OF DRAFT BY NCRC REVIEW IMPLE. UNDER CONSIDERATION CURRI. QUESTIONNAIRE CONS. IN DRAFT STAGE FINAL STAGE FOLLOW UP COLLECTION OF EXP NOMINATION UNI. Preparation REC. PREP. National Curriculum Revision Committee VCC. OF CURRI. FINALIZATION OF DRAFT BY NCRC COMMENTS PRINTING OF CURRI. R&D. LI R&D HEC Recommendations Learning Innovation Research & Development Organization Higher Education Commission 5 . HEC BACK TO STAGE-I PREP. OF NCRC. Abbreviations Used: NCRC. Vice-Chancellor’s Committee Experts Colleges Universities ORIENTATION COURSES BY LI. INDUSTRY & COUNCILS APPRAISAL OF 1ST DRAFT BY EXP PREP. OF FINAL CURRI. UNI.CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT STAGE-I STAGE-II STAGE-III STAGE-IV CURRI. COL. EXP.

Dr. 3. Some of the courses were strengthened by incorporating current knowledge and practices. containing ten different courses for each stream. c. Individual university may add more courses in the list therein. b) Three remaining credits hours have been left for any course to be decided by the individual institution. Four areas of specialization have been defined for Masters Programme. 2008 at HEC. b. Riaz-ul-Haq Tariq. 1. x(a. Executive Director and himself. 2. The details of postgraduate courses are places as Annexure-B The committee members thanked all the help and support provided by Ms Ghayur Fatima and other staff members of HEC. a. He elaborated the main purpose of this committee and highlighted the importance of the curriculum that was being developed by this committee. The idea of global employability has also been taken into consideration. Dr. Member (Academics) welcomed the committee members on behalf of the Chairman.b. two streams of Industrial Engineering were defined i. the proceedings of the meeting started. In the final year. d. Similarly. The committee discussed the first draft in detail and made certain modifications. The details of undergraduate courses are places as Annexure-A 5. Iftikhar Hussain. Manufacturing Operations Research Quality Management Engineering Management 4. Legend: The following notation is used to define credit and contact hours.) where x a b Total Credit Hours Theory Hours (one contact hours equal to one credit hour) Lab /tutorial Credit Hours (three contact hours equal to one credit hour) 6 . Islamabad. The meeting started with recitation of Holy Quran by the convener Prof.INTRODUCTION The National Curriculum Revision Committee final meeting in Industrial Engineering from March 13-15. a) As desired by HEC the total credit hours were reduced from 136 to 133.e. It was also checked against all parameters defined by the HEC and was found in conformity. Manufacturing and Management. Thereafter.

Engr. & Technology. Mehran University of Engg. & Management. & Technology. Shershah. Product Development Centre. Street 11. & Technology. Department of Chemical Engineering. E-1043C. Engr. NED University of Engg. & Tech. Dawood College of Engg. Peshawar Member 3. Dept. Dr. Nasir Hayat. Engr. Member/Secretary Chairman. Prof. Lahore. Prof. Block-C.Prof.A preliminary meeting of National Curriculum Revision Committee was held at Higher Education Commission. of Industrial Engg. Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering. Sharukh. & Technology. Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engg. Prof. 36-B. Iftikhar Hussain.. Engr. Pervez Sadiq. Lumengineering. Dr. Muhammad Tufail. Engr. Engr. University of Engg. Department of Engineering & Management. Peshawar Convener 2. Regional Centre. 6. Engr. Engr. Engr. Vice-Chancellor. Salim-ur-Rehman. Prof. Karachi Member 10. COMSATS Institute of Information Technology. Dr. Director. Karachi Member 7. Member Defence Road off Raiwind Road. Department of Industrial Engineering. Chinar Road. Shahab Afroz Khan. Chairman. M-II. Chairman. Dr. Moinuddin Ghauri. Prof. The following members attended: 1. Sarhad University. Dr. CEO.. Lahore Member 5. University of Engg. Head of Department. Member 4. Karachi Member 9. Dr. Hussain Bux Marri. 7 . Karachi from 3-5 July 2007 to revise the curriculum of Industrial Engineering at BS and MS level. Chairman. Prof. Jamshoro.

Muhammad Tufail as Convener and Secretary of the committee respectively. At undergraduate level. Assistant Director (HEC). Mr. Iftikhar Hussain and Prof. He also desired that the curriculum be designed in accordance with the framework provided by the HEC. The National Curriculum Revision Committee for Industrial Engineering unanimously elected Prof. Details are attached (see annexure I & II). Director Karachi Center HEC. Dr. courses for two tracks (Manufacturing and Management) are designed and recommended while at the master level specialization in four areas are recommended. The Committee also made certain recommendations (see annexure III). welcomed the participants of the meeting and desired that Committee would finalize the curriculum for Industrial Engineering during its meeting. 8 .NED University of Engg. and particularly thanked Mr. Mohammad Rafiq Rai. Common and elective courses in both of the programs are identified in accordance with the framework of the HEC. The convener observed that uniformity was missing in the courses offered by various institutes in the discipline of Industrial Engineering and there was a need to bring harmony in the course contents of both undergraduate and graduate programs. Karachi. The Committee acknowledged the hospitality extended and facilities provided by HEC Regional Center Karachi. Assistant Director (HEC) for his continuous cooperation and help provided in completion of the assigned task within stipulated time. & Tech. Tahir Ali Shah. The committee discussed this issue in detail and designed the courses in line with the national and international market requirements. The meeting started with the recitation from the Holy Quran by Tahir Ali Shah. Dr..

0 2.9 6.Unified Framework BS Non-Engineering Domain Knowledge Area Subject Area Name of Course English I English II (Business Communication) Technical Writing & Presentation Skills Pakistan Studies Islamic Studies/Ethics Social Sciences-I ( Logic & Critical Thinking ) Social Sciences-II ( Engg. Economics ) Engg.5 4 9.5 3 9 20.0 4.3 3.0 4.0 9 20. Projects Physics Mathema tics Applied Physics Calculus Differential Equations Applied Linear Algebra Elective-I (Numerical Analysis) Elective-II (Probability & Statistics) TOTAL Lec CH 3 3 Lab CH 0 0 CR 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 0 3 6 14. Management Management of Engg.0 32.3 6 14.3 6 14.8 1 3 7.0 4.8 Total Cour ses Total Cred its % Area % Over all English Humanities Culture Social Sciences Management sciences 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 15 43 100.5 Natural Sciences Electives 9 .9 6.

Track 20 22.3 Engineering Foundation Engineering Foundation 3 3 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 4 4 3 6 3 3 3 Mgt.0 20.5 3 3 3 2 3 0 3 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 4 4 4 2 8 4 2 4 3 27 30.1 7. Lec CH La b CH 1 1 1 CR To tal Co ur se s Total Credi ts % Area % over all Fundamentals Computing Programming Design 2 2 3 3 3 4 3 10 11.0 Major Based Core (Breadth) Major Based Core ( Breadth) Manufacturing Track 10 .Engineering Domain Knowledge Area Subject Area Name of Course Introduction to Computing Computer Simulation Introduction to Computer Aided Design Operations Research Metrology & Statistical Quality Control Mechanics of Materials Basic Industrial Engg Engineering Drawing Workshop Practice Material Engineering Industrial Facilities Design Operations of Manufacturin g Systems Manufacturin g Processes Production Planning & Control Industrial Maintenance & Safety Work Study & Method Engineering Human Factor Engg.2 15.

7 6 6.3 5 20 22.8 5. Breadth Elective Depth-I Depth-II Depth-III Depth-IV Depth-V 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 2 7 7.2 15.5 41 133 Note: 1 Cr Hr lab would be for 3 Contact Hours 11 .0 IDEE-I Mechanical Technology IDEE-II Design of experiments Senior Design Project –I Senior Design Project –II Senior Design Project TOTAL Industrial Training Grand Total 0 0 3 3 3 2 3 26 90 100.7 4.0 67.Depth-I Major Based Core (Depth) Major Based Core (Depth) Depth-II Depth-III Depth-IV Depth-V Interdisciplinary Engineering Breadth (Electives) Inter Disciplinary Engg.

Summary .3 Engineering 67.7 Grand Total 41 133 100 12 .Industrial Engineering Domain NonEngineering Knowledge Area Humanities Management Sciences Natural Sciences Sub Total Computing Engineering Foundation Major Based Core (Breadth) Major Based Core (Depth) Inter-Disciplinary Engineering Breadth (Electives) Senior Design Project Industrial Training Sub Total Total Total Courses Credits 7 2 6 15 3 8 6 5 2 2 0 26 19 6 18 43 10 27 20 20 7 6 0 90 % Overall 32.

SCHEME OF STUDIES (B.Sc) Course Title First Year (Sem 1) English I Islamic Studies /Ethics Pakistan Studies Engineering Drawing Introduction to Computing Calculus Total First Year Credit Hours Course Title Second Year (Sem 3) Engineering Management Probability & Statistics Introduction to Comp Aided Design Mech anical Technology ** Materials Engineering Total Second Year Credit Hours Course Title Third Year (Sem 5) Operations of Manufacturing Systems Numerical Analysis Metrology & Statistical Quality Control Operations Research Work Study & Methods Engg Total Third Year Credit Hours Lec Lab CR 3 2 2 3 2 3 15 33 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 2 2 4 3 3 17 Course Title Lec Lab CR Sem 2 English II 3 0 3 (Communication Skills) Differential Equations 3 0 3 Workshop Practice 0 2 2 Applied Physics 2 1 3 Basic Industrial 2 0 2 Engineering Applied Linear Algebra 3 0 3 Total 13 3 16 Lec Lab CR 3 3 3 3 3 15 35 0 0 1 1 1 3 3 3 4 4 4 18 Course Title Sem 4 Engineering Economics * Mechanics of Materials Manufacturing Processes Logic & Critical Thinking * Lec Lab CR 3 3 3 3 3 15 0 1 1 0 0 2 3 4 4 3 3 17 Technical Writing & Presentation Skills Total Lec Lab CR 3 3 3 3 2 14 33 1 0 1 1 1 4 4 3 4 4 3 18 Course Title Sem 6 Computer Simulations Human Factors Engg Management of Engg Projects Production Planning & Control Industrial Maintenance & Safety Total Lec Lab CR 2 2 3 2 3 12 1 1 0 1 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 15 13 .E / B.

Course Title Lec Lab CR Course Title Lec Lab CR Final Year (Sem 7) Sem 8 Design of Experiments ** 3 0 3 Elective III 3 1 4 Industrial Facilities Design 2 1 3 Elective IV 3 1 4 Elective I 3 1 4 Elective V *** 3 1 4 Elective II *** 3 1 4 Project Phase II 0 3 3 Project Phase I 0 3 3 Total 11 6 17 Total 9 6 15 Final Year Credit Hours 32 Total Credit Hours 133 * Can be replaced by some other courses of Social Sciences ** Can be replaced by courses from other disciplines of Engineering *** Can be replaced by a course of three credit hours List of Elective Courses Manufacturing Track Management Track 3 1 4 Marketing Management 3 0 3 CAD/CAM Human Resource Human Resource 3 0 3 3 0 3 Management Management Computer Integrated 3 1 4 3 0 3 Manufacturing Financial Management Metal Forming & Cutting 3 1 4 3 0 3 Analysis Managerial Accounting Total Quality 3 0 3 3 1 4 Management Tool & Die Design Management 3 1 4 3 1 4 Automation & Control Information System Organizational 3 1 4 3 0 3 Total Quality Management Behaviour Management Information Computer Integrated 3 1 4 3 1 4 System Manufacturing 3 0 3 Logistics Management 3 0 3 Reliability Analysis 3 0 3 Special Topics 3 0 3 Special Topics Computer Integrated 3 0 3 3 1 4 Logistics Management Manufacturing 14 .

Syllabus Breakup Manufacturing Humanities Course Hr/week English I 3 0 Islamic Studies /Ethics 2 0 Pakistan Studies 2 0 English II 3 0 (Communication Skills) Technical Writing & 3 0 Presentation Skills Basic Sciences Calculus 3 0 Probability & Statistics 3 0 Numerical Analysis 3 0 Differential Equations 3 0 Applied Physics 2 1 Applied Linear Algebra 3 0 Engineering Economics 3 0 Computer Simulations 2 1 Introduction to 2 1 Computing Logic & Critical Thinking 3 0 Basic Engineering Engineering Drawing 3 1 Introduction to Comp 3 1 Aided Design Mechanical Technology 3 1 Workshop Practice 0 2 Basic Industrial 2 0 Engineering Industrial Engineering Engineering 3 0 Management Materials Engineering 3 1 Operations of 3 1 Manufacturing Systems Metrology & Statistical 3 1 Quality Control Operations Research 3 1 Work Study & Methods 2 1 Engg Design of Experiments 3 0 Industrial Facilities 2 1 Design CAD/CAM 3 1 Automation & Control 3 1 Computer Integrated 3 1 Manufacturing Metal Forming & Cutting 3 1 Analysis Tool & Die Design 3 1 Cr Hr 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 2 2 16 11 5 Total Cr Hrs Theory Lab 13 13 0 30 27 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 74 53 21 15 .

2 % 21.6 % 78.Mechanics of Materials Manufacturing Processes Human Factors Engg Management of Engg Projects Production Planning & Control Industrial Maintenance & Safety Project Phase I Project Phase II Total 3 3 2 3 2 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 133 104 29 Summary Basic Sciences and Humanities Engineering Courses Theory Practical 32.3 % 67.8 % 16 .

Syllabus Break-up Management
Humanities Course Hr/week English I 3 0 Islamic Studies /Ethics 2 0 Pakistan Studies 2 0 English II (Communication 3 0 Skills) Technical Writing & 3 0 Presentation Skills Basic Sciences Calculus 3 0 Probability & Statistics 3 0 Numerical Analysis 3 0 Differential Equations 3 0 Applied Physics 2 1 Applied Linear Algebra 3 0 Engineering Economics 3 0 Computer Simulations 2 1 Introduction to Computing 2 1 Logic & Critical Thinking 3 0 Basic Engineering Engineering Drawing 3 1 Introduction to Comp Aided 3 1 Design Mechanical Technology 3 1 Workshop Practice 0 2 Basic Industrial Engineering 2 0 Industrial Engineering Engineering Management 3 0 Materials Engineering 3 1 Operations of Manufacturing 3 1 Systems Metrology & Statistical Quality 3 1 Control Operations Research 3 1 Work Study & Methods Engg 2 1 Design of Experiments 3 0 Industrial Facilities Design 2 1 Human Resource 3 0 Management Marketing Management 3 0 Organizational Behaviour 3 0 Total Quality Management 3 1 Logistic Management 3 0 Mechanics of Materials 3 1 Manufacturing Processes 3 1 Human Factors Engg 2 1 Management of Engg Projects 3 0 Production Planning & Control 2 1 Industrial Maintenance & 3 0 Safety Cr Hr 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 16 11 5 Total Cr Hrs Theory Lab

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Computer Integrated Manufacturing Project Phase I Project Phase II Total

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1 3 3

4 3 3 133 107 26

Summary
Basic Sciences and Humanities Engineering Courses Theory Practical 32.3 % 67.7 % 80.5 % 19.5 %

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COURSE DETAILS
(B.E/B.Sc)
DETAILS OF COURSES
A) ENGINEERING DOMAIN

COMPUTING

Introduction to Computing
Objective:

2(1, 1)

To give working knowledge &skills of coding (C++ syntax.), how to avoid common coding pitfalls, to use and create own functions and classes. The course will enable students recognize the advantages of using pointers and references & to understand the fundamental ideas of object oriented (OO) design.

Contents:
Introduction to computer hardware and software, Word processing programs, Spreadsheets programs, Equation solvers and procedural computations, Communication and networking. Constants and variables, Arithmetic operations, Intrinsic functions, Algorithm design, Flowcharts, and Pseudo codes, IF statements, Do loop, While loop, Data files, Formatted Input and Output, Logical and character data type, Arrays: onedimensional, two-dimensional, Subprograms: Functions and subroutines, Numerical Applications, Introduction to programming language (C++).

Book Recommended:
Programming with C++ by Dietel

Computer Simulations

3(2,1)

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing, Probability and Statistics

Objective:
The course enables the students to become proficient in simulation model building and use of computer simulation as problem solving technique. Hands on experience on computer simulation using any suitable software.

Contents:
Introduction to simulation concepts, Random number generation, Simulation model building, Simulation languages, Model validation and output, Development of various simulation models of practical nature using Arena or any other simulation software.

Book Recommended:
1. Simulation with ARENA 19

fairly complex problems & solving those using computers. Simplex method. Contents: Application of Linear Algebra to Industrial Problems. Books Recommended: 1.1) Operations Research Prerequisites: Applied Linear Algebra Objective: The primary emphasis is on linear programming and its applications. Contents: Design of mechanical engineering systems and components.1) To introduce the students to the basic concepts of computer-aided design and analysis and to make them aware about finite element techniques. Duality and Sensitivity. 20 . Taha. Students will be introduced to various software packages. Operations Research by H. This will also refresh the basic statistical & probability techniques and their usages in quality applications. Prentice Hall Metrology & Statistical Quality Control Prerequisites: Probability and Statistics 4(3. Principles of Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing by Farid M. shortest path.A.Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) Objective: 4(3. Introduction to Linear Programming. Transportation and Assignment Problems. minimum spanning tree. Project designing. understand transportation and assignment problems. gauges and modern quality concepts and their practical use.1) Objective: The course exposes the students to the principles of measurement. Pro-Engineer. introducing various tools for computer aided design. covering modeling.P. Graphical method of solving L. and optimization techniques. ANSYS and others. determining optimum solution of constrained resource allocation problems. Prentice Hall B) ENGINEERING FOUNDATION 4(3. Emphasis is on the use of computer graphics. Finite element methods. Network problems. maximum flow problems. problems. Queuing theory. Amirouche. such as AUTOCAD. Requiring the integration of engineering disciplines at an advanced level. Book Recommended: 1. Solving large scale problems using computer.

Construction of different sampling plans. 6th ed. N. Lateral strain.Contents: General principles of measurement. R. C. location. T. Yield and failure criteria of materials. H. Dahl. Deformation. Elastic load-deformation behavior of materials.0) This course will provide an overview of basic industrial engineering principals. East Rutherford. Besterfield. R. Beam Deflection. R. Project control. General stress-strain relationships. and tactical IE decisions 21 . Beer. Computer applications in SQC. Crandall. C. Archer. NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall Lardner. Mohr’s stress/strain circle. Thermal strain. Bending: Pure bending. Contents: Mechanics of Deformable Bodies. Montgomery Mechanics of Materials Prerequisites: Materials Engineering 4(3. Stress and strain transformations. Strategic IE decisions (product. An Introduction to the Mechanics of Solids. and N. Methods to quality improvement and analysis of quality costs. Books Recommended: 1) 2) 3) 4) Mechanics of Material. Johnson and Dewolf Reference Books: Hibbeler. 2nd ed. Interferometers and associated devices. NJ: Prentice-Hall Basic Industrial Engineering Objective: 2(2. J. Contents: Introduction to Industrial Engineering topics including. Preparation and use of various control charts. Upper Saddle River. Stress and strain transformation in composites.. Mechanical Behavior of Materials. S. New York: McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing Dowling. layout). Pearson Education Introduction to Statistical Quality Control by Douglas C. primarily for those students who have not had prior exposure to industrial engineering. Strain. process. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Quality Control by D.1) Objective: This course is a foundation to advance techniques that allow engineers to design structures. Gauges and comparators. Torsion and Twisting. 2nd ed. H. E. Mechanics of Materials. Students are exposed to basic engineering design concepts. Surface texture measurement. Moment-curvature Relationship. Study of frequency distributions and probability models in quality control. predict failures and understand the physical and mechanical properties of materials. Energy Methods.

Metallic Materials and alloys. Vierk and R. working drawing. Smith. missing views .1) Engineering Drawing Objective: The course would enable students generate projection mainly orthographic projection. Steel structure. Environmental Degradation. Book Recommended: 1) Introduction to Industrial & Systems Engineering by Turner. scheduling. 22 . corrosion and its types. Bhatt AutoCAD 2002 User’s Guide by Autodesk. Sections. Mechanical elements. sources of materials. Books Recommended: 1) 2) 3) Engineering Drawing and Graphic Technology 14th Edition by T. their properties and structural changes during manufacturing processes. Rubbers & Refractory Materials.J. application of materials. uses cad tools for 3D Models & 2d drawings.D. French. Environmental balance – Types of pollution (air. C.E. material science and engineering crystalline & amorphous materials. Assembly drawings. Ceramics. Polymers. Orthographic projections.sectional views. Mize.(production. to make subassembly & assembly drawings. inventory. bearings Joints etc. Awareness related to International Standards related to quality and environment. Contents: Letters and lines. Composites. Exposure to threads. Computer aided drafting (AutoCAD). Prentice Hall 4(3. their major properties and their heat treatment. Dimensioning. Case and Nazemetz. Mastering AutoCAD 2002 by George Omura MATERIALS ENGINEERING Objective: 4(3. water and soil pollution). Piping and electrical drawings.J. Contents: Types of materials. point-linear-plane. Book Recommended: 1) Basic principles of material engineering by William F. In addition freehand sketching to aid in the visualization process and to efficiently communicate ideas graphically. Glasses. Environmental impact of Engineering and Industrial activities. understand tolerance theory & label dimensions. Interpenetration of rigid bodies. Foster Elementary Engineering Drawing by N. Indigenous materials available in Pakistan and scope of their uses in industry. Principles of descriptive geometry. Roughness. geometrical construction and tangencies. and quality).1) To familiarize the students with various industrial materials. Fits and tolerances. Pictorial views.

Heat treatment. Plant layout. shaping. Computerized facility layout and location. John Wiley Workshops Practice Objective: 2(0. resource planning and inventory management. upsetting and swage. Soldering. Area allocation and space requirements. Functions of Forge & Foundry Shop. Production Planning and Objective: To enable the students to understand facility design. 23 . total plant flow. fabrication of individual parts.Industrial Facilities Design Control 3(2. Contents: Site selection. Contents: Book Recommended: 1) Workshop Technology Part-1 Metal Work by LUDWIG by W. Exercise in marking and fittings. material handling equipment and analysis. Introduction to CNC Machines. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Manufacturing Facilities: Location.Kent Publishing Company Facilities Planning by Tomkins & White. milling. Wood working. Brazing and Welding. Chapman. Moulding and casting. Machine Shop. The course enables the students to apply the acquired knowledge in real situations.A. Sule. fabrication & foundry. Basic Processes in Fitter Shop. Basic Processes in Wood Work Shop. Basics of Electric Shop. Simple machine shop processes. Exposure to relevant computer software. Exercise in bending. layout and location and flow of material. warehousing. Planning & Design by D.2) The main focus to be on hand training of Workshop practice namely Machine shop including CNC. B.1) Operations of Manufacturing Systems Prerequisites: Engineering Management Objective: The course aims at material requirements. Smith’s forge. Use of carpenter’s tools. McGraw Hill C. Automated storage and retrieval systems. Facility design stages.J.1) Prerequisites: Work Study and Methods Engineering. Bench-fitting practice.S.W. such as turning. Flow analysis. fitting shop. Exercises in preparing simple joints. Use of measuring instruments. MAJOR BASED CORE (BREADTH) 4(3. Material handling equipment analysis. processes.

Contents: Study of different forecasting methods and their applications to various industrial and management problems. Material requirement planning. production. Black and Kohser. Book Recommended: 1.1) Objective: The course enables the students to use various forecasting methods & their applications. Pull and hybrid systems.Contents: Advances in manufacturing. Manufacturing resource planning. Operations Management by Heizer and Render Heizer and Render by Prentice Hall 24 . Supply chain management. casting. Brazing and soldering. Furnaces. Marcel Dekker Material & Processes in Manufacturing by Paul De Garmo. Alting. analysis & design of inventory & other relevant systems. Prentice Hall Production Planning and Control Prerequisites: Operations of Manufacturing Systems 3(2. McGraw-Hill Manufacturing Processes Prerequisites: Workshop Practice 4(3. Process selection. single and multi-period production planning models. parameters. Contents: Basic concepts of manufacturing processes. Welding. Traditional and non-traditional machining capabilities and limitations. Production scheduling. Enterprise resource planning. Capacity requirements planning. Just in time. Push. Total quality manufacturing. Books Recommended: 1) Factory Physics by Hopp & Spearman. Deterministic and stochastic inventory models. Manufacturing of polymeric and composite materials. Analysis and design of inventory. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Manufacturing Engineering Processes by L. and capabilities. Introduction to mixed production models. and scheduling control systems. forming. and polymer processes in terms of: process principle. Casting processes. different production planning models & capacity requirement planning.1) Objective: Enable the students to recognize the strong interrelationships between material properties and manufacturing processes. Adhesive bonding. Inventory Control. Rapid prototyping operations. Familiarize the students with basics of metal cutting. Forming and Joining processes.

Wester-Kamp. Prentice-Hall A Guide to Effective Industrial Safety by Jack W. Human factors underlying the design of specific human-machine systems. energy expenditure and bodily functions. Niebel. humanitarian & economic reasons to Prevent Accidents. Incidence of fire & its Prevention. OHSAS 18000. Safety equipments. Principles to Prevent Accidents. reaction. Contents: Introduction to work analysis and design. Laws of Accident Proneness.0) Prerequisites: Human Factors. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Maintenance Manager’s Standard Manual by Thom as A. Legal. including an introduction to the relevant underlying human sciences. Gulf Publishing Company 3(2. applications and limitations of the stopwatch time study. McGraw-Hill Human Factors Engineering 3(2. Economic aspects of maintenance. Causes and characteristics of accident proneness. Book Recommended: 1. Critical and Logical Thinking Objective: Course gives fundamental concepts and techniques to analyze the work and find ways to improve the methods used. Safety Measures & Procedures. pre-determined motion time systems. Techniques of work optimization in perception.Industrial Maintenance and Safety 3(3. Operations of Manufacturing Systems Objectives: To up keep the plant and machines by removing every type of trouble and providing safe atmosphere in the organization to improve productivity and to enhance the efficiency and economy of the organization Contents: Importance of plant maintenance.1) Prerequisites: Work Study and Methods Engineering Objective: The course enables the students to understand and analyze man-machine interaction. Replacement analysis and Balancing Modernization and Rehabilitation (BMR). 25 . Methods engineering: study of the basic work measurement techniques. Different systems of maintenance. Boley. Electrocution & its Precautions.1) Work Study and Methods Engineering Prerequisites: Manufacturing Processes. Motion and Time Study by Benjamin W. Considerations in designing plant maintenance.

Books Recommended: 1) 2) Human Resources and Personnel Management by William B. Introduction to automated machine tools and cutting tools. & Keith Davis. possible applications and influences in an organization and to equip students with the process of man power planning. graphics and symbols. Robotics. Theories of motivation. Work groups and their implications for motivation and job satisfaction. McGraw-Hill. Transformations. D. Addison Wesley 3(3. The employment process. Appraisal Method. Manpower planning. Human Characteristics relevant to ergonomics. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Mastering CAD/CAM by Ibrahim Zaid..Contents: Introduction to Human Factors Engineering. Principles of wage and salary administration. Equipment and work space. McGraw-Hill. Werther. by Salvendy G. Compensation issues. Principles of seating design. Effects of noise on various organs and its prevention. analysis.0) Human Resource Management Objectives: To understand the historical evolution of Human Resource Management and the different motivational theories. McGrall-Hill Principles of CAD/CAM/CAE Systems by Knunwoo Lee. Anthropometry. management by objectives. CAD/CAM databases. The role of control in advanced technology. Recruitment and selection policy issues. The design of seating. Hand-Book of Industrial Engineering: Technology and Operations. Illumination and its effects. Contents: Computer methods in design. Projection. Control devices. welfare. Computer geometric modelling. NC & CNC machines coding. Failure of design. Job design. Training.1) CAD/CAM Prerequisites: Introduction to Computer Aided Design Objective: To expose the students to the computer geometric modelling & transformation. CAD/CAM database. Configuration and motions. Noise and Vibration. information by text. Climatic Factors. Contents: Theory and practice of personnel management. CNC machine tools programming. APT programming language. Information in Human Role of Human Factors Engineering in artificial Intelligence. MAJOR BASED CORE (DEPTH) MANUFACTURING TRACK 4(3. configuration & motion etc. motion control. Numerical control. Basic concepts and methods of Human Error reduction. 26 . and administration.

K. Jigs and fixtures design. J. Elements of Personnel Management by Pratt. Book Recommended: 1.1) Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Prerequisites: Introduction to Computer Aided Design. Material removal operations. Evaluation of machining performance and its optimization. Contents: Objectives of Metal Forming Processes. small & medium enterprises (SMEs). Cutting mechanisms. Industrial Facilities Design Objective: To expose the students to CIM in general and SME in Specific. Book Recommended: 1. Contents: Introduction to Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Effects of different cutting parameters on tool life and cutting forces. System integration. Manufacturing Engineering & Technology by Kalpakjian & Schmid. Students will learn how to classify the processes. Cost effective engineering solutions using pneumatic and hydraulic power for automation needs. Structural characteristics. Book Recommended: 1. G. Gee & Co (Publisher Ltd. Cutting tool materials and geometry.evaluation and rotation. Objectives of metal cutting processes. CIM justification and optimization by Lin and Nagalingan. The course would make students apply CIM to the local environment and establish strategic alliance in top management support. Tool design.) 4(3. Exposure to design of jigs and fixtures. Industrial relations Trade Unions and management. S. Business structure. Strategic alliances and top management support. Extrusion and Forging Processes. Classification of processes. Analysis of bending. and Bennett. Functions of CBA. effect of tool material and tool geometry. Sheet metal formability.1) Objective: The course aims to give the students the basic understanding of forming and machining processes. Taylor and Francis Taylor and Francis Metal Forming and Cutting Analysis Prerequisites: Manufacturing Processes 4(3. Drawing. Rolling. Causes of Industrial disputes and their resolutions. Prentice Hall 27 . Design and analysis of CIM System. Justification criteria for the implementation of CIM in SMEs.

economic ecological and automated manufacturing systems. interfacing etc. 5th Edition Fundamentals of Tool Design. Contents: Process control fundamentals. Books Recommended: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) David Spliter. Computers in tool design. Contents: Understanding quality. Book Recommended: 1. Quality assurance.1) The course will enable students to understand control fundamentals. Industrial processes interfacing with microprocessors. Architecture of programmable logic control units. Six sigma. Boucher. Tools for inspection and gauging. quality system requirements.Tool and Die Design Objective: 4(3. D/A and A/D converters. Tool design for joining processes. Computer Automation in Manufacturing by Thomas O. design of control system focusing process control. Frequency and root locus method. Society of Manufacturing Engineers Prakash Hiralal. control action modelling. Introduction to control systems synthesis with emphasis to industrial. ISO 9000. Jigs and Fixtures design.1) This course would familiarize the students with: Jigs and Fixtures. practical applications. quality measuring tools and the improvement cycle. Sensors for industrial processes. Fixtures for welding and riveting Contents: Tool design. 28 . Jigs and Fixtures Design Manual Automation and Control Objective: 4(3. Chapman & Hall Total Quality Management 4(3. Tool materials. Forming and drawing tools. Dies for various sheet metal operations. design for quality.1) Prerequisites: Metrology and Statistical Quality Control Objective: To make the students understand the philosophy of total quality management and ways of its implementation in the organisation. commitment and leadership. Fundamentals of Tool Design. planning for quality. manufacturing systems. Work holding principles. Stability analysis. 4th Edition CAD/CAM/CAE-Technology and Design Tools Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook.

optimization of Supply Chain. Oakland. Gattorna and D. McGraw-Hill 3(3. Determining the facilities requirement profile. Customer service and Customer retention. Strategic relationships in logistics. Failure distributions. L.Books Recommended: 1.0) Prerequisites: Probability and Statistics Objective: The course will enable students to analyze failure mode & effects. System reliability evaluation techniques. Book Recommended: 1. An Introduction to Reliability & Maintainability Engineering by C. Contents: The logistical system of material management. Butterworth-Heinemann Reliability Analysis 3(3. Contents: Catastrophic failure models and reliability functions. Walters MacMillan Business company Logistic and Supply Chain Management: Strategies for reducing costs and improving services by Martin Christopher Pitman Publishing Company 29 . Developing a value based Supply Chain. Issues concerning marketing channels functions. to optimize reliability and to develop system reliability models. Total Quality Management with text cases by John S. Fault tree analysis.0) Logistics Management Prerequisites: Production Planning and Control Objective: The aim of the course is to help students learn how to develop facility requirement profile and to eliminate the non value added activities. E. Reliability optimization. process methodology. Managing logistics facilities. Load-strength interference models.W. Reliability testing. Failure data analysis. Developing the logistics organization for effective supply chain management. Ebeling. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Managing the Supply Chain : A Strategic Perspective by J.

Retaining Customers. there is substantial overlap between the two parts. Inventory Management and control. Spontaneous financing. Informational influences on consumers. Common size and Index Analysis. Financial Statements. classification of marketing activities. Factors influencing working capital requirements. Balance sheet ratios. needs. wants and demands. Simple and Compound Interest. the course will also introduce some of the underlying concepts and theories involved. Progressive International Agency. Due and Perpetuity. Speeding up cash receipts. flow and Funds statement. Consumer Behaviour and Market Segmentation. Income statement/ Balance sheet ratios. Credit & Collection policies. However. The course is roughly divided in two parts: capital markets and corporate finance. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Marketing Management by Parag Diwan. Valuation. Prentice Hall Financial Management Prerequisites: Engineering Economics 3(3. Motives for holding cash. slowing down cash payments. Setting Advertising objectives and methodologies. Principal Marketing Strategies. Funds Analysis. exchange process.0) Objective: The objective of this course is to introduce to the students the basic tools and techniques required in modern financial management. Cash Management. An important aim of the course will be to improve the analytical skills of the future managers. Receivable Management. Sources and Uses of Funds. Strategic Alternatives. Working Capital Management. Amortization of Loan. Annuities. Selecting a Pricing Method. Time value of Money. Customer value & satisfaction. Selecting the pricing objectives. Short term Financing. Factors affecting price sensitivity.0) Objective: To understand the intricate relationships of various factors which influence the Marketing Environment and also the determining factors which help in understanding the consumers’ behaviour. London Marketing Management by Philip Kotler. Contents: Role and scope of marketing.MANAGEMENT TRACK Marketing Management Prerequisites: Logistics Management 3(3. Bond Valuation. Compounding more than once a year. as will be obvious from the list of the topics. Functions of Financial Manager. Further. Contents: Scope and importance of Financial Management. Ordinary. Social influence on consumers. All the topics covered will start from the basics but will gradually build up so that the students gain a comprehensive understanding of the material covered. Interest rate. Factoring A/R Capital 30 . Trend Analysis. Analyzing the credit applicant.

decision making). Contents: Managerial accounting. Laudon. Backup and security. data processing technologies. Books Recommended: 1) 2) 3) Fundamentals of Financial Management. Financial Management by George E. Book Recommended: 1. Management Information Systems by K. Assets and their types. Keith & William L Stephens 4(3. Economic life. Applications to investment decisions. Investment turn over and profit margin. Project Evaluation and selection. control.C. Robert M. by Ray H. gathering. databases and security issues. cost accounting and control. Financial statement.0) Managerial Accounting Prerequisites: Engineering Economics Objectives: To train the students to prepare balance sheet. Data protection. Balance sheet. Debit & Credit. Tests of investment utilization. Financial accounting and managerial accounting. Alternative Methods. Harper Collins College Publishers 3(3. basic frame work of budgeting. Garrison & Eric W. Income Statement. Cash in-flow. design and implementation of Industrial information and retrieval systems with special emphasis given to manufacturing systems. Laudon & J. Book keeping. Project Estimating. by Rao. Data processing technologies.Budgeting process. recording. by Van Horn.1) Management Information Systems Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing Objective: To enable the students to understand the industrial information and retrieval systems. analyzing and presenting the data requirements of an organization. Networking. Noreen Managerial Accounting by Jack L smith. Contents: Analysis. Pinches. Money measurement concept. analyzing and presenting data. Rate of return. To assess and analyse any business organization financially with the help of financial reports and utilize the resources and assets effectively to make them profitable. Prentice Hall 31 . liabilities and owners equity. Fundamentals of Financial Management. collecting and recording. Return on investment. profit and loss statements. Databases and their applications.P. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Managerial Accounting (Concept for Planning.

Reversibility. Pitmann Publishing Company. Developing a value based supply chain. Contents: Introduction and basic concepts. Work and heat. Work design and stress management. Book Recommended: 1. Organization structure. power and Politics. Team work. Leadership. Approaches to managing organizational change. 7 edition. Developing the logistics organization for effective supply chain management.L. Contents: The concept of supply chain management. E. Communication.W Walters. Supply Chain Management Objective: 3(3. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Managing the supply chain: A strategic Prospective by J. Customer value and satisfaction.0) Prerequisites: Management of Engg Projects Objective: To make the students aware of organizational structures and work environment. Stephen R. Managing the supply systems. power plants. Group behaviour. The first and second laws of thermodynamics and 32 . Prentice Hall. Technology. MacMillan Business Company Logistic and supply chain management: Strategies for reducing costs and improving services by Martin Christopher. value as concept optimizations of supply chain.Organizational Behaviour 3(3.1) Mechanical Technology Objective: The course will enable students to understand energy conservation concept focusing the conversion of Heat energy into useful work. Basic motivation concept. The working fluid and its properties. Gattorna and D. Conflict and negotiations. Behaviour and perception of individuals. INTER-DISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING BREADTH (ELECTIVES) 3(2.0) The course would introduce students to learn how to design and develop the art of strategic relationships and to optimize the supply chain concept. refrigeration & air-conditioning. Contents: Organizational behaviour with reference to global and cultural diversity. Introduction to Engines. Transportation choices in the supply chain. Organizational Behaviour by Robbins. Automated storage and retrieval system. Attitudes and job satisfaction.

randomized complete and incomplete block design.1) Prerequisites: Probability and Statistics Objective: The course enables the students to understand modern techniques based on statistical analysis and apply those to improve productivity & quality. The basic steam power plant (boiler. Book Recommended: To be arranged by the instructor Design of Experiments 4(3.their applications (thermodynamic processes). Refrigeration and air conditioning. Introduction to IC engines. Heat transfer. Introduction to response surface methodology. Analysis of variance. John Wiley & Sons 33 . Latin square design. Contents: Introduction to design of experiments and its applications in industry. fixed. Compressors. Book Recommended: 1. Packages like Minitab & Design Expert can be used. Block designs. Introduction to two factor factorial design. random and mixed designs. Design & Analysis of Experiments by Montgomery. error analysis. condensers and cooling towers). fixed and random effects models. Hypothesis testing on means and variances.

Thomson and A.J. ISBN 0194313492 Practical English Grammar by A. clause and sentence structure Transitive and intransitive verbs Punctuation and spelling Comprehension Answers to questions on a given text Discussion General topics and every day conversation (topics for discussion to be at the discretion of the teacher keeping in view the level of students) Listening To be improved by showing documentaries/films carefully selected by subject teachers) Translation skills Urdu to English Paragraph writing Topics to be chosen at the discretion of the teacher Presentation skills Introduction Note: Extensive reading is required for vocabulary building Recommended books: 1. Active and passive voice Practice in unified sentence Analysis of phrase. Martinet. Oxford University Press. Exercises 1.V.J. ISBN 0194313506 34 .V. 1997. Martinet. Third edition. 2. Exercises 2.0) Course Details Basics of Grammar Parts of speech and use of articles Sentence structure. Third edition. Thomson and A.NON-ENGINEERING DOMAIN English-I Objectives: To enhance language skills and develop critical thinking 3(3. Oxford University Press. a) Functional English Grammar 1. Practical English Grammar by A. 1997.

0) English II (Communication Skills) Objectives: To enable the students to meet their real life communication needs Course Details Paragraph writing Practice in writing a good. unified and coherent paragraph Essay writing Introduction CV and job application Translation skills Urdu to English Study skills Skimming and scanning. Intermediate by Marie-Christine Boutin. Third edition. use of library and internet recourses Presentation skills Personality development (emphasis on content. style and pronunciation) Note: documentaries to be shown for discussion and review Recommended books: 2. ISBN 0 19 453402 2. Exercises 2. Writing. ISBN 0 19 435405 7 Pages 20-27 and 35-41. Oxford University Press 1986. Practical English Grammar by A. Upper Intermediate. Martinet. Thomson and A. d) Speaking 3(3.V. 35 . Suzanne Brinand and Francoise Grellet.b) Writing 1. Third Impression 1992. Oxford Supplementary Skills. summary and précis writing and comprehension Academic skills Letter / memo writing and minutes of the meeting. c) Reading/Comprehension 1. Fourth Impression 1993. ISBN 0 19 431350 6. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Communication Skills a) Grammar 1. intensive and extensive.J. and speed reading. Reading. Brain Tomlinson and Rod Ellis.

argumentative Academic writing How to write a proposal for research paper/term paper How to write a research paper/term paper (emphasis on style. Brian Tomlinson and Rod Ellis. Oxford Supplementary Skills. 3. College Writing Skills by John Langan. Reading and Study Skills by John Langan Study Skills by Riachard Yorky. Advanced by Ron White. 36 . Writing. Mc=Graw-Hill Higher Education. Intermediate by Marie-Chrisitine Boutin. 3. Kirszner and Stephen R. clarity.0) Course Details Essay writing Descriptive. content. Oxford Supplementary Skills. discursive. 2. Oxford Supplementary Skills. narrative. argumentative and report writing). 2. Writing. ISBN 0 19 435406 5 (particularly good for writing memos. 2. Fourth Impression 1992. Reading. Oxford Supplementary Skills. c) Reading 1. descriptive and argumentative writing). Upper-Intermediate by Rob Nolasco. Third Impression 1991. Advanced. Suzanne Brinand and Francoise Grellet. introduction to presentations. Martin’s Press. Fourth Impression 1993. Mandell. ISBN 0 19 435407 3 (particularly suitable for discursive. Writing. Technical writing and presentation skills Objectives: To enhance language skills and develop critical thinking (3. 2004.b) Writing 1. Patterns of College Writing (4th edition) by Laurie G. Third Impression 1992. ISBN 0 19 453403 0. ISBN 019 435405 7 Pages 45-53 (note taking). descriptive. form. language. consistency) Technical Report writing Progress report writing Note: Extensive reading is required for vocabulary building Recommended books: a) Essay Writing and Academic Writing 1. St.

Definite Integrals. Schaum’s series. Maxima and Minima of Function. Linear Algebra and its Applications by David C Lay. Integration by Substitution. Minton. Smith. Euler’s Theorem. McGraw-Hill 37 . Functions: Hyperbolic. Taylor’s and Mclaurin’s Series and Expansion of Functions. Addison-Wesley Calculus Objective: 3(3. Convexity and Concavity. Schaum’s Series(Latest Edition) Schaum’s series. Curvature. McGraw-Hill Multivariate Calculus by Robert T. Calculus and Analytic Geometry. Roland B. A Custom Publication. (Latest Edition) Talpur. without taxing the taste of engineering students). De’Moivre’s Theorem. Volumes of Solids of Revolution Book Recommended: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Schaum’s series. Trigonometric and Exponential Functions. (A reader which will give students exposure to the best of twentieth century literature. Contents: Complex Numbers. Differentiation and its Application to Rate. Leibritze’s Theorem. Mathematical Methods. by Partial Fractions and by Parts.0) To learn fundamentals of mathematics. determinants. Wesley. 3(3. Integral Calculus: Standard Integrals. linear combinations and spaces and enable them to understand the related Geometry. Ilmi Kutab Khana(Latest Edition) Mathematics for Engineers by Robert D. Calculus. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors Book Recommended: 1. Radius and Centre of Curvature. Contents: Vector Algebra.b) c) Presentation Skills Reading The Mercury Reader.M. Stephen Ruffus and Maurice Scharton. calculus and analytical geometry. Speed and Acceleration. Ferozsons(Latest Edition) Yousuf. Compiled by norther Illinois University. matrices. S. Two and three dimensional integration. Matrix Algebra. Linear Transformations.0) Applied Linear Algebra Objective: To familiarize the students with vectors. (Latest Edition) Antom. H. Determinants. Linear System of Equations. Equations of Tangents and Normals. Partial Differential. Complex. Kathleen Shine Cain. Errors and Approximations and Limiting Values of Functions. General Editiors: Janice Neulib. Integration of Trigonometric Functions. Calculus and Analytic Geometry. Johney Wiley and Sons.

0) To introduce basic techniques pertaining to matrices and formulation/solution of differential equations. Homogeneous and non-homogeneous p. Solution of second order differential equation by theory of operators and its applications as forced and free oscillations. John Wiley and Sons. Half range Fourier series. Initial and boundary conditions.equations. Linear and nonlinear p. Fourier series of odd and even functions. Schaum’s Outline Series. Analytic solution by separation of variables of the Steady-state Two-Dimensional Heat equation/Laplace equation and Unsteady-State One-Dimensional Heat equation/Diffusion equation with homogeneous and non homogeneous boundary conditions. Neumann condition. 3(3. E. Contents: Ordinary Differential Equations: Basic concepts of ordinary differential equation.Differential Equations Objective: 3(3. Speigal M. Robbins/Mixed condition. The techniques like change of variable. 38 . non-exact. nonhomogeneous. McGraw Hill Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Louis C. McGraw Hill 3) 4) Ervin and Kreyszig. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. D’ Alembert’s solution of two-dimensional wave equation with homogeneous and non homogeneous boundary conditions. exact. Solution of first order differential equation by separable variables and its applications in our daily life situations.d. equations.d.equations. synthesizing and coming to a conclusion on projects of all sizes covering a wide range of engineering oriented examples.d. linear and nonlinear Bernoulli could be used in case of complications. Barrett.equations. R.equations as Elliptic.0) Engineering Economics Objective: The course would expose students to Engineering Economy techniques. Classification of p. Solution of the system of differential equations by theory of operators and its applications in our daily life situations. Boundary and initial conditions as Dirichlet condition. Quasi linear and Quasi nonlinear p. (Latest Edition). Parabolic and Hyperbolic. Solutions of p. Fourier series solution p. Calculating a Fourier series. primarily related to performing analysis. homogeneous.d. Fourier Series: Periodic waveforms and their Fourier representations. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Modern Differential Equations by Abell and Braselton.d.. Laplace solution of ordinary differential equations. Partial Differential Equations: Basic concepts.d. General and particular solutions.equations. Linear and nonlinear differential equations. Theory and Problems of Laplace Transforms. The extension of second order solution criteria to higher order differential equations.

designing and new product development. Marketing. Engineering Economy by Leland T. Economic analysis of operations. Managing Engineering and Technology by Babcock and Morse. Organization structures. DEEN-E-ISLAM. Importance of Sunnah. Basis for comparison of alternatives. Risalat and Aakherat for eternal peace of mankind.0) Engineering Management Objective: The course would enable students to widen their knowledge and understanding of a range of current and developing engineering management issues. Management strategy. Balance sheet. Managing the supply systems. Prentice Hall 2(2. Cost analysis. Motivation & leadership. Tauheed. The student should be able to find solutions to problems within Islamic practices comfortably instead of alien. Book Recommended: 1. The management process. Concept of Rizk-e-Halal (verses from Al-Quran) and Professional Ethics in the light of 39 . as practical demonstration of Al-Quran and Huqooq-ulIbaad. Book Recommended: 1.0) Islamic Studies/Ethics Objectives: The course is to enhance vision and facilitate application of Islamic ideology in the real world. The planning process.Contents: Introduction to engineering economics. Evaluating replacement alternatives. Contents: The vision and mission of management. Cash flow. Interest formulas and equivalence. Basics elements of control. Human factors. Know how a Muslim could essentially use Islamic tools in the world and earn eternal peace as grater value assumption. Anthony J. Blank. Managing. Micro and macro economics. Economic analysis of projects. management principles and practices. Contents: (A) ISLAMIC STUDIES (For Muslims) QURAN SHARIF. Decision making in present economy. Break even analysis. Fazail Quran (Importance of Quran) as the ultimate source of knowledge for the betterment of mankind. Depreciation. Tarquin McGraw Hill 3(3.

Importance of honest character. Budhism. Subjective and Social Relativism. One hundred ethical presentations from Quran and sayings of the Prophet. analysis and reasoned decision making. Genetic Fallacy. Appeal to the Person. Solutions to humanitarian problems. ‫ اﻳﺬإﻋﻬﻠ‬Simplicity. ‫ ﺳﺎدﮔﯽ‬respect. Judaism.Al-Hadith. ‫ﻔﺘﺢ ﻣآﻪ‬ and Hajjatul-vida ‫ ﺣﺠﺔ اﻟﻮداع‬for regional and global relations. Contents: • • • • The Power of Critical Thinking o Claims and Reasons. future. ‫ ﻣﻳﺛﺎﻖ ﻣدﻳﻨﻪ‬Fateh-e-Mecca. oneness. (B) Ethics (For Non-Muslims) Ethical techniques of world religions with special reference to Hinduism. Straw Man 40 • . Skepticism Making Sense of Arguments o Arguments Basics. ‫ ﺗﻮﮐﻞ‬Taqua. Appeal to Tradition. familiarizing with elementary methods of argument composition. Personal Experience. Importance of Prayers. Claims in the News Faulty Reasoning o Irrelevant Premises. Application of Sidq. Self and the Power of the Group. Equivocation. Core policies behind Spreading of Islam ‫ ﺗﺑﻟﻳﻎ اﺳﻼﻢ‬and the application of Philosophical thoughts behind Mithaqe-Madina. Diagramming Arguments. equality and the forgiveness. political solidarity as road map to civic civilization.0) The primary objective of this course is to impart a functional ability to reason well. A brief review of ethical systems in philosophy Book Recommended: Logic and Critical Thinking Objective: 3(3. Christianity and Islam. practicing ways for avoiding of sins according to Islam. Composition. ‫ ﺗﻘﻮﯽ‬the fulfilment of promise. Heritage. Hajj and Jihad in professional performance. Reasons and Arguments. Islam’s attitude towards minorities Promotion of moral values in the society. Appeal to Emotion. Fooling Ourselves. Fasting Zakat. Appeal to Popularity. Uswatul Hassanah as vision for workplace and social environmental improvement Learning from Makki and Madani life of Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) and Sahaaba as leadership and team for commitment and continuous improvement. Patterns. Appeal to Ignorance. Red Herring. Division. to improve analytical skills and instincts. Arguments in the Rough The Environment of Critical Thinking o Perils of Haunted Mind. ‫ ﺼدق‬Tawakkal. obedience. Islamic lawfulness. Assessing Long Arguments. Reasons for Belief and Doubt o Conflict Experts and Evidence.

Planning & scheduling using arrow and activityon-nodes diagrams. Logic: An Introduction. Cederblom Jerry:2000. 2005. Theories and Criteria. Testing for Causes. Wadsworth 3. Engineering contracts. Terms. 2. False Dilemma. Streamlined Evaluation Deductive Reasoning: Categorical Logic o Statements and Classes. Planning with PERT. Simple Arguments. 2005. Testability. Paulsen David W. Judging Scientific Theories. Testing Scientific Theories. Mixing What Seems with What is.1) Prerequisites: Engineering Economics. Regulations and licensing for industry. Book Recommended: 1. Tricky Arguments. Judging Weird Theories. Resource allocation and levelling. Translations and Standard Form. Project cost control. John Wiley 41 . Sample Size. Oxford University Press. Restall Greg. Casual Arguments. Hasty Generalization. Conditional. Slippery Slope. and Controlling by Harold Kerzner. Analogical Induction. Fruitfulness. Disjunction. Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning. Leaping to the Weirdest Theory. Copernicus versus Ptolemy. Conservatism Judging Scientific Theories o Science and Not Science. Vaughn Lewis. Evolution Versus Creationism. Misunderstanding the Possibilities. Science and Weird Theories. Simplicity. Quantifiers. Casual Confusions Inference to the Best Explanation o Explanations and Inference. Diagramming Categorical Statements. Contents: Project management concepts. Management and organization of engineering projects. Precedence diagrams. Talking with the Dead • • • • • BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. Routledge Management of Engineering Projects Objective: 4(3.• Unacceptable Premises o Begging the Question. Scheduling. Operations Research The course enables the students to understand and implement modern project management techniques (using software) related government regulations. Negation.. Checking for Validity. Crop Circles. Scope. Critical Reasoning. Sizing up Categorical Syllogisms Inductive Reasons o Enumerative Induction. Hands on practice on a software package like MS Project etc. The Power of Critical Thinking. Opinion Polls. Representativeness. Time cost trade-off. Theories and Consistency. The Scientific method. Conjunction. Faulty Analogy Deductive Reasoning: Propositional Logic o Connectives and Truth Values. Making Weird Mistakes.

Indus Civilization ii. Introduction to Computing Objective: To enable the students to apply their knowledge of calculus for solving such mathematical problems that cannot be solved using analytical techniques. • To study the process of governance. Romberg integration process. Muslim advent iii. Factors leading to Muslim separatism c. People and Land i. ideological background of Pakistan. Interpolation and extrapolation. Contents: Finite differences and operators form.0) • To develop vision of Historical Perspective. b. Government. Numerical solution of linear and nonlinear boundary value problems. System of differential equations. Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Direct solution of system of linear equations. national development. Gausselimination. Books Recommended: 1) 2) Numerical Methods for Engineering. Location and Geo-Physical features. Government and Politics in Pakistan Political and constitutional phases: 1947-58. Direct and indirect factorization. Science and Mathematics by Mumtaz Khan Pak Studies Objectives 2(2. 0) Prerequisites Calculus. Historical Perspective a. Numerical Solution of non-linear equations. Single and Multi-step methods. Politics. Higher order differential equations. Iterative methods like Jacobi’s iteration and Gauss-Seidel iteration. 2. Course Outline 1. 1958-71. Bracketing and iteration methods. Contemporary Pakistan. 42 . Numerical differentiation based on differences. tri diagonal factorization.Numerical Analysis 3(3. symmetric factorization. Ideological rationale with special reference to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. 1971-77. Science and Mathematics by Mumtaz Khan Ordinary & Partial Differential Equations with Numerical Techniques for Engineering. Lagrange’s interpolation. Numerical integration: Trapezoidal and Simpson’s approximations. issues arising in the modern age and posing challenges to Pakistan.

Enigma of Political Development. II & III. 9. Pakistan Kayyun Toota. Noor ul. Pakistan Political Roots & Development. Muhammad Waseem. Political Parties in Pakistan. S. Pakistan’s Foreign policy: An Historical analysis. Karachi: Royal Book Company.Lahore.National Movement in Pakistan. Ethnicity. Making of Pakistan: The Military Perspective. Zaidi. Vol. Mehmood. Shahid Javed. Karachi: Oxford University Press. Sources of Magnetic 43 . K.1977-88. Safdar. Aziz. 1988-99. Mehmood. 2. Coulomb’s Law. Foreign policy of Pakistan and challenges. Current. Amin.The Emergence of Banglades. 7. Lahore: Vanguard. Wilcox. 5. 4. Motion along a Straight Line. 11. 2000. Club Road.1) Applied Physics Objective: To familiarize the students with basic sciences and their applications in practical life. Futuristic outlook of Pakistan Books Recommended 1. nd. Electrical Potential. 1967. M. The Political System of Pakistan. 13. Lahore: Idara-e-Saqafate-Islamia. Haq. Tahir. Capacitance and Dielectrics. Society and social structure. Ethno . I. Impulse and momentum. Islamabad: National Institute of Historical and cultural Research. 3. S. Kent England: WmDawson & sons Ltd. 6. Islamabad: Institute of Policy Studies. Karachi: Oxford University Press.. 12. Sayeed. State & Society in Pakistan. The Macmillan Press Ltd 1980. Khalid Bin. 1980. 1972. 1993. 1994. Institute of Public Policy Research. Ansar. Resistance and Electromotive Force. 1976. Isotopes and mass spectroscopy. 1987. 1998. Burki. 10. Safdar. 1980. Islamabad. 1993. Islamabad: National Commission on Historical and Cultural Research. Rafique. Afzal. Politics in Pakistan. Electric Field.M. Wayne. Washington: American Enterprise. Akbar. Issue in Pakistan’s Economy. Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces. Party. Pakistan Under Martial Law. 1999 onward 3. History & Culture of Sindh. 14. Zahid. 8. Islamabad: National Commission on Historical and Cultural Research. Contents: Vectors and Scalars. 3(2. Work and Energy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Contemporary Pakistan Economic institutions and issues. Ziring. Lawrence.K. Burke and Lawrence Ziring.

Contents: Measures of central tendency and dispersion. Discrete parameter Markov chains. Lenz’s Law. Resnick and Walker Probability and Statistics Objective: 3(3. Probability. Random variables (discrete and continuous). Expectation. Correlation and regression (simple. 5th Edition by Halliday. Myers & Ye. partial and multiple). Myers. Books Recommended: 1) 2) University Physics by Sears. Eddy Currents. Moments of kurtosis. Induction Phenomenon. Book Recommended: 1. Probability & Statistics for Engineers & Scientists by Walpole. Addison-Wesley Publication company.0) To develop among students the habit of basing their decisions on statistics and information. Fundamentals of Physics. Prentice Hall 44 . Bayes theorem. Motional electromotive force. Faraday’s Law. Conditional distribution and conditional expectations. Stochastic processes. Zemansky and Young.Field. Curve fitting.

3. a. 4. At least six Industrial visits in a year should be organized and properly monitored by the University. It should preferably start after second year of examinations followed by a proper feedback mechanism from the Industry. Communications Skills To strengthen the communications skills of the engineering graduates. e. Islamic Studies : How to implement Islamic Values in Daily Engineering Life/Profession b. Rote learning should be discouraged. University-Industry Linkage: a. Annual/Semester Systems: Universities offering undergraduate programmes under annual systems may be allowed to continue according to the format enclosed (Annexure-C) till the time that they switch over to semester system by the deadline specified by the HEC. Industrial Internships are very important part of the students’ education. Non-Engineering Courses All non-engineering courses should be linked and taught from the engineering perspective. Final year projects should be Industry-Based and of Practical Nature (Real Life Problem) to the extent possible and each group should be of upto four students. regular presentations including seminars by the students should be arranged. 2. 45 . d. b. Pakistan Studies: Emphasis on where Pakistan Stands in terms of international benchmarks compared to other countries of the region.RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. Industry representation should be ensured in the project viva-voce. Lectures/seminars from the industry should be organized c.

Operations Research Track Core Courses: Course Title Deterministic Optimization Stochastic Optimization Computer Simulations Mathematical Statistics Computer Applications Real Analysis Lec 3 3 2 3 2 3 Lab 0 0 1 0 1 0 CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 46 . Manufacturing Track Core Courses (select atleast 6) Course Title Manufacturing Planning & Control Optimization Quality Engineering Manufacturing Systems Advanced Manufacturing Processes CAD/CAM Computer Simulations Concurrent Engineering Advanced Mathematics Computer Applications Electives: Course Title Computer Integrated Manufacturing Engineering Economics Finite Element Analysis Human Resource Management Benchmarking Scheduling Tool Design Artificial Intelligence Ergonomics Supply Chain Management Special Topic Lec 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 Lab 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lec 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lab 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2.INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING POSTGRADUATE PROGRAM Master of Industrial Engineering While there can be many tracks. the committee has identified and developed coursework in four areas namely: Manufacturing 1 Operations Research 2 Quality Management 3 Engineering Management 4 1.

Quality Management Track Core Courses: Course Title Inferential Statistics Organizational Systems Project Management Framework & Tools Operations Research Reliability Analysis Computer Simulations Statistical Quality Control Quality Assurance Advanced Mathematics Computer Applications Electives: Course Title Six Sigma Methodologies Total Quality Management Supply Chain Management Design and Analysis of Experiments Manufacturing Planning & Control Lean and Agile Manufacturing Maintenance & Safety Benchmarking Quality Engineering Cost and Management Accounting Special Topic Lec 3 3 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 Lab 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lec 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lab 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4. Engineering Management Track Core Courses (select atleast 6): Course Title Operations Research Project Management Management Information System Engineering Economics Lec 3 3 2 3 Lab 0 0 1 0 CR 3 3 3 3 47 .Electives: Course Title Queueing Theory Dynamic Programming Game Theory Network Analysis Stochastic Processes Artificial Intelligence Replacement Models Supply Chain Management Combinatorial Optimization Special Topic Lec 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lab 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3.

Human Resource Management Total Quality Management Supply Chain Management Computer Simulations Advanced Mathematics Computer Applications Electives: Course Title Project Evaluation & Pre-Feasibility Analysis Computer Integrated Manufacturing Business Forecasting Energy Management Environmental Management & Safety Operations Management Marketing Management Cost & Management Accounting Organizational Behavior Benchmarking Special Topic 3 3 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lec 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lab 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 48 .

Culture. determination of activities to benchmark. Capacity planning and control. identifying the benchmark team. data analysis. knowledge-based systems.0) Artificial Intelligence Introduction to AI. expert systems.Super finishing processes . Applying the knowledge to develop your program. planning benchmark study. Steps in benchmarking.Details of Postgraduate Courses In Industrial Engineering Advanced Manufacturing Processes 3(3. 3(3. Supply chains. data mining and knowledge discovery.Selection of manufacturing materials and processes . 49 . Benchmarking 3(3. hybrid intelligent systems. 3(3. types of benchmarking. numerical solution of differential equations. strategy assessment.Product and production relationships Advanced Mathematics 3(3. solution of systems of linear algebraic equations.Joining and assembly processes . Planning and control of material. Implementing and Running Leanness and Agility. common criticisms of benchmarking. fuzzy sets and systems. the determination of Eigen values. Operations support and administration. inductive logic programming. methods to find roots of non-linear algebraic equations. machine learning.0) Strategic planning and the evolution of benchmarking. The KISS principle. Identification of target organization (benchmark partner). Processes and process development.0) Lean and Agile Manufacturing Products and product development processes. scheduling the study and determination of key factors to measure. hyper heuristics.0) Contents: Approximations and error analysis.0) Nontraditional machining and thermal cutting processes . Selling the concept internally. Staying Lean and Agile.seven ‘to-do’ items. evolutionary computation techniques.Design for manufacturing (processing and assembly) . deriving empirical equations to suit experimental data. Fourier analysis and its engineering applications. Execution of the study: Data collection. Implementing improvement. numerical differentiation and integration. Requirements of materials. Genetic algorithm and artificial neural networks.

Business Forecasting 3(2. 3(2. Motion control. Algorithm design. Data files. Robotics. 3(2. Communication and networks. Importance of sales forecast. Flowcharts. Selection of CIM systems. transformations and projection. Arrays: one-dimensional. Databases. Logical and character data type. APT programming language. Use of computer software in business forecasting. 3(2. Numerical Applications.0) Combinatorial Optimization Algorithmic and structural approaches in combinatorial optimization with a focus upon theory and applications. random number generation. Concurrent engineering. Do loop.1) Forecasting alphabet. simulation languages. graph algorithms. Modeling and implementation of CIM systems. the ellipsoid method. 50 . 3(3. Systems integration.1) Computer methods in industrial design. matroid theory and submodular functions. Enterprise resource planning. Arithmetic operations. CNC machine tools programming. CIM components. CAD/CAM 3(2. While loop. GT and cellular systems. network optimization. Introduction to programming language (Visual Basic).1) Computer Applications Computer hardware and software. variance reduction technique. Formatted Input and Output. twodimensional. applications. Information for dependent demand. FMS. Subprograms: Functions and subroutines. and Pseudo codes. Advanced computer geometric modeling. Management of cutting tools. Future trends in CIM. output analysis. Constants and variables. Service level models. Forecasting approaches. Time series projective forecasting. alternatives comparison. CAD/CAM databases.1) Computer Integrated Manufacturing CIM strategy. selecting the appropriate input distribution. Numerical control. models of complex systems. Intrinsic functions. Introduction to automated machine tools and cutting tools. classification of forecasting methods. Topics include: polyhedral methods. Time series causal forecasting. Robotic systems.1) Computer Simulations Concept of simulation modeling. IF statements.

Defining objectives. Planning the transition and Reducing organizational and cultural barriers. State transition graph models. Using Excel data table functions to conduct sensitivity analysis. optimal binary search tree problem. discounted profits problem. Balance sheet and recording of transactions.. Parameter estimation. Concurrent Engineering 3(3. Statement of cash flow. assembly-line balancing. complexity. intangibles. Formulating deterministic optimization models. Randomized blocks. DFS. Customer satisfaction. Latin squares and incomplete block designs. Regression analysis. simplex tableaus. Product cycle time. mini max problem.0) Selection of an OR tool for a particular production/operations management application. flowshop problem.0) Introduction: Sequential decision processes. DFM. optimal covering problem. probabilistic dynamic programming. Indirect allocation of cost. Deterministic Optimization 3(3. optimal selection problem. Integer linear programming. Applications of DP: Optimal allotment. application of OR methods. problem formulation and solution.Cost and Management Accounting 3(3. Inventory/cost of goods sold. staffing and managing multi-disciplinary functional project-teams. Current liabilities and contingencies. DFA. statespace generation. Response surface methodology. long term debt. Testing for goodness of fit. Dynamic Programming 3(3. etc. DP functional equations. Cost concepts. Design and Analysis of Experiments 3(2.) Pinpoint organization change and the effects of new engineering order. Integer knapsack problem. Reduction in engineering change orders or reworks. Process 51 . Tests of hypothesis on the means. Strategies for selecting. Accounting process.0) Theory and philosophy of Concurrent Engineering. duality analysis. Interpretation of sensitivity tables. Taguchi's concepts and approach to parameter design. optimal distribution and optimal permutation problems. variance. Experiments with single factor. Long term assets/depreciation. decisions and constraints. all-pairs shortest path problems.0) Financial Accounting. Non-parametric tests. Principles of DFA/DFM for parts reduction and assembly. Learn design for X concepts (e. Revenue recognition. and ratios. Marketable securities. Income statement and principles of accrual accounting.1) Sampling and descriptive statistics.g. Writing symbolic models and implementing those using optimization software. greedy algorithms. Factorial and fractional factorial designs.

Monitoring: Remote monitoring and out-station operation. Transportation problem. Audits. Integrated business risk management. capital financing and allocation. Energy Modeling and Forecasting.scheduling problem. Ergonomics 3(3. Introduction to DPS. inflation and economic analysis. Waste Heat Recovery System. developing project cash flows. Traveling salesman problem. replacement analysis. Health and safety management and legislation. Environmental and waste management. Environmental. Ergonomic issues related to posture. 3(3. Income taxes and economic analysis. priorities. degree days performance lines and targeting. Engineering Economics 3(3. and strategies. Preventing ergonomically related injuries by redesigning the workplace. cost estimation techniques. Solar Energy Conversion Systems. lease versus buy decisions. Basic cognitive. environmental situation and limitations conducting an ergonomic assessment. 52 .0) Energy Management Attitudes to energy efficiency. objective of energy management. Energy Resources. Transfer and design of information. Energy demand models. Energy Transmission & Utilization. and cumulative trauma disorders.0) Principles of ergonomics. Repetitive motion. reserves and relation of resources to future options. 3(3. Workplace evaluation and control.0) Cost concepts and design economics. Modeling of DP problems. Capabilities and limitations of the workers. energy and social. Quality and resource planning. control and use of an energy management system. Developing an ergonomic program. Plant control. Controls and control arrangements. Designing displays for Workers. materials Handling/Lifting using the NIOSH. Frequent types of injuries related to workplace design. Keyboards and input devices for computers. dealing with uncertainty. Occupational and human stress.0) Environmental Management & Safety Professional and self development.

Auctions. infinite strategies sets. Total 53 .0) Fundamentals of hypothesis testing: one-sample test.0) The role of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) in the design process. 3(3. bargaining and cooperation in two-person games. Recruitment. Illustrative Examples of solid mechanics. Purification of randomized strategies in equilibria. Simple linear regression and correlation. Correct modeling practice in design assessments by FEM. integration with intelligence and decision making. Two-sample tests with numerical test. Human Resources Planning. Advanced concepts (Reliability centered maintenance.0) Game Theory Theory of rational choice. Training and Development. Types and application of boundary conditions. conformability and completeness. Discussion and assignment of predesign project for heat transfer. Corrective maintenance. Industrial Relations. Predictive maintenance. the Focal point effect.0) Maintenance & Safety Planned and preventive maintenance. Managing Performance. axioms. strategic forms and normal representation. Illustrative example – Potential flow of a fluid. Inferential Statistics 3(3. elimination of dominated strategies. Constant gradient triangle. Basic Models: Games in extensive form.Finite Element Analysis 3(3.0) Human Resource Management Role and Organization of Personnel Function. Pays and Benefits. Multiple regressions. Two-sample and c-sample tests with categorical data. Mixed strategies and behavioral strategies. 3(3. heat conduction. Assignment and discussion of pre-design project for stress analysis. Behavior Aspects. the expected utility maximization theorem. solution of simultaneous equations. Equivalence and reduced normal representation. 3(3. Variational equation. two-person non-zero sum game. Bayesian conditional probability systems. computation and significance of Nash equilibria. ANOVA and other c-sample tests with numerical data. higher order and isoparametric elements. Job Analysis and Design. Equilibria of strategic form games: Nash equilibrium theory. Basic concepts of the finite element method. Matrix assembly. The two person zero-sum game with equilibrium points. Theory of FEM heat transfer and elasticity analysis.

Marketing research and analysis. Structured methodology to conduct a manufacturing improvement project. Reporting. Implementation planning. 3(2. Management mindset and performance measures. 3(2. MIS and System Analysis. organization structures. Strategic & Project Planning for MIS.0) Manufacturing Systems Introduction to modern manufacturing strategy and the importance of Quick Response Manufacturing.Programmed. SSAD. need for system analysis. System Concepts. Organization management and leadership. DSS. conducting meetings. competition and core strengths. Project. ESS. manufacturing resource planning. Management of quality in MIS. Systems Approach. Variability basics and its influence. 54 . MIS and the information Concepts. Feedback and Control Systems. Meaning & Role. National and international standards for preventing accidents in the workplace. recent developments in industrial system’s safety and risk analysis techniques. Development of MIS.productive Maintenance). Push-Pull and hybrid production systems. Handling system complexity MIS and system concepts.1) Manufacturing Planning & Control Deterministic inventory problems. Just-intime manufacturing. Creating a goals document. Tools for manufacturing system analysis. Material requirement planning. Process and supplier management. Enterprise resource planning. Programmed & Non. Rapid new product introduction. Impact of lot sizes and capacity planning. Team Building. Marketing strategy.1) Management Information System Introduction of MIS. Implementing quick response in production. introductory finance. and Supply chain management. Design for maintainability. Quick response in Office Operations. Availability. Marketing Management 3(3. Ascertaining the Class of information. Decision models in maintenance management. Steps to implementing changes and improvements. customer orientation. MRP in the modern manufacturing context. Measurement. MIS Service industry. choice of IT in MIS. 3(3. Models of Decision Making different types of IS: MIS. MIS: the factors of success and failure. Concepts of maintainability engineering. Business Process.0) Introduction to the fundamental concepts of marketing. EMS and MIS. Supplier and Customer strategies.

Integration and differentiation. inventory management including JIT. speed and accuracy issues. forecasting. Operations Management Operations Research 3(3. Maximum flow through networks: The primal-dual method for network flows. MRP.0) Probability spaces and random elements. 55 . statistical inference. Populations. the Least squares estimates (LSE) in Linear models. Upper-bounded transshipment problems. statistical decision theory. sensitivity analysis. capacity planning. the revised Simplex method. statistics. scheduling production and inventory. computer implementation. Inequality constraints. learning curves. design of goods and services. Network Analysis 3(3. asymptotic criteria and inference. introduction to simulation. probability generating function. waiting lines model. covers and matchings in bipartite graphs. linear programming. Gamma. decomposition into sub problems.Mathematical Statistics 3(3. iteration and termination) in Simplex method and ways to avoid those. probability distributions and their characteristics. Bayes decisions and estimators. Gaussian Elimination and matrices. Efficient allocation of scarce resources.0) How the simples method works. degeneracy and cycling. supply chain management. General LP problems and their solution by Simplex Method. Theorems on Duality. pitfalls (initialization. samples. matrix games. How fast is Simplex method. the likelihood function and the MLEs. conditional expectations. robustness of LSEs. trees and feasible tree solutions. invariance. Sampling statistics. termination and initialization issues. the LP decomposition of matrices. The transshipment problem. maximum likelihood. Speed of computation.number of steps. aggregate planning. the Integrality theorem. the Caterer problem. scheduling production and inventory. Normal and the exponential family of processes. Feasibility and infeasibility of problems. and models. sufficiency and completeness. The Duality theorem. economic motivation for network Simplex method. asymptotic theory.0) Operations and productivity. Unbiased statistics. statistical tools for management. moment generating function. The assignment and transportation problems as network problems. the cutting stock problem. decision making tools. Uniform. maintenance and reliability. 3(3. transportation models. operations strategy for competitive advantages.0) Formulation of network problems as linear programming problem. Tableau and Dictionary methods. the UMVUE and the BLUE. location and layout strategies. Primal-dual relationship. doubly stochastic matrices. and Beta processes. managing quality including SPC.chains and antichains in partially ordered sets. their variances.

0) Project Planning & Appraisal. Global. nonconformances and incident investigations. Responses to Global and Cultural Diversity. Necessary and sufficient conditions for optimality of constrained problems. Mathematical formulation of design optimization Problems. Financial aspects of new project. Taylor series expansion. Exterior. Pre-Feasibility analysis of a model project. process risk analysis and assessment. plan implementation. and post optimality analysis. Group Behavior & Work Teams. Fundamental concepts of optimality. Managing Project with Project Management Tools. Project Evaluation & Pre-Feasibility Analysis 3(3. Gradient vector. Augmented Lagrange Multiplier Method for equality and inequality constrained problems. Attitudes and Job Satisfaction. 56 . management and control of contactors and vendors. Challenges and opportunities for O. objectives and targets. employees involvement.Optimization 3(3. Foundations of Individual Behavior. 3(3. Perception and Industrial Decision Making. Necessary and sufficient conditions for optimality of unconstrained and equality constrained problems. emergency preparedness and contingency planning. Kuhn-Tucker conditions.0) Organizational Systems Integrating management systems. Hessian matrix. measurement and evaluation. Unconstrained Minimization. standard operating procedures.0) Organizational Behavior Management functions and roles. and Extended Interior Penalty function approaches.. Indicators and Measurement of Monitoring and Evaluation. General Management Skills. management job influences. Multicriteria optimization. polynomial interpolation and Golden section search. and Eigenvalues of matrices. controlling risks and cost. plan consideration. convex functions. document control and record keeping processes. responsibility and authority. optimality. safety. Project Management Control. Quadratic forms.B. Values. managing indirect costs. Organization System. One dimensional minimization. Motivation Concepts. convex programming problems. Linear Programming and Sequential Linear Programming. 3(3. Interior. Need for systematic study of human behavior.0) Introduction to design and optimization. management. Management commitment and policy.

project management model in three decades. Cost and Critical Chain Management. Implementing change and new technologies. Poisson process and exponential distribution. Organizational and cultural issues. program and portfolio management. Structuring quality management system documentation: quality manual. Project dynamics. Continuous improvement through corrective and preventive action. stochastic processes and Markov Chain. Strategic and competitive issues in QMS. project environment. 57 . and ISO certification. KAIZEN by TQC/TQM. Managing Technology: Innovation. QMS implementation and maintenance. modeling project management. Prioritization matrices and Matrix diagrams. Quality Engineering 3(3. Learning and Maturity. OHSAS 18000. Affinity Diagrams. Managing Data and Configurations for effective project management. Project cost estimation.1) Project Management Framework and Tools Define project. Markovian property. work instructions. Improving quality in project and program. project life span.0) Project Management and Project Control. Quality standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 17025. 3(2. program and portfolio management. Portfolio and Program Management. logical progression. project structure. project control. procedures. Adventure based team building and leadership. Baldrige total quality awards.Project Management 3(3. Quality auditing and management reviews. Project teams. Interrelationship Digraph. Management and Planning Tools. Time. Computer-based information systems for QMS.0) Basic elements of a quality assurance system. Project procurement management. Marasco pyramid model.0) Principles of modern quality control techniques. Quality assurance Audit Programs. Tree Diagram. Queuing Theory 3(3. SA 8000.0) Description and characteristics of queuing systems. Role of TQM and statistical methodologies in QMS. Basic Tools. Introduction to Six Sigma. Project Management Structures Strategy. Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Management. records. Project Management Techniques. Project Performance Measurement & Value Management. Familiarization with other standards such as ISO 14001. model with portfolio potential. optimization portfolio management Quality Assurance 3(3.

steady-state solution for M/M/1 models. queuing with unlimited services. multi-channel queues with Poisson arrivals and constant service. Six Sigma. Scheduling 3(3.0) Introduction to scheduling problem. modeling and estimation of model parameters. Theory of metric spaces. modeling the decision. Quality assurance Audit Programs. and connectedness. Component Importance. compactness. Continuous functions between metric spaces. steady-state difference equation. Completeness and least upper bound property. Reliability of Safety Systems. completeness. Automatic process control. and M/M/c/k models. Principles and rules of TQM. Dependent Failures. job shop scheduling. Process analysis and improvement. 3(3. performance measures of scheduling.Birth-death queuing models: Kendall notation. single and multi machines scheduling. and ISO certification. Cardinality of sets.0) Real Analysis Topological properties of the real numbers. M/M/c. parallel machines scheduling. Reliability Data Sources. uncertainty in replacement acquisition costs. Life Data Analysis. flow shop scheduling. Cauchy and convergent sequences. Systems of Independent Components. modeling maintenance requirements and estimation of maintenance as well as life cycle costs.0) Contents: Introduction. Reliability Analysis 3(2. Series and Cyclic queues. Accelerated Life Testing. Differentiability of functions of one variable. Models with general arrival or service patterns: Single server and multiple server queues with Poisson arrivals and general service.0) Six Sigma Methodologies Principles of modern quality control techniques. Standards and Guidelines. Differentiability of functions of several variables. Replacement Models 3(3. Erlang formula. 58 . Markov Processes. and project scheduling. Qualitative System Analysis. Network. decision whether to repair or replace. open shops scheduling. Failure Models. Bayesian Reliability Analysis. assumptions related to replacement decision. Reliability of Maintained Systems. 3(3.1) Models and Uncertainties. Counting Processes.

conditional distribution of arrival times. 3(3. Laplace transform. Moment and probability generating functions. np. the ABC and Mil Standards. 3(3. double. determining the control limits and plotting the data. identification of out-of-statistical control situations. 3(3. dynamic programming (Markov decision process) approach. the Changing Business Environment. Martingles. non-homogeneous and compound Poisson processes. Customer Focus in the Supply Chain.Statistical Quality Control 3(3. Chapman-Kolmogorov equations. multiple and sequential sampling. two-stage and multistage stochastic programs. Issues and Implications. Achieving Customer Satisfaction Objectives. characteristic functions. Renewal Theory. and dynamic (multi-stage) stochastic optimization. random variables and random processes. hazard rate function. Probability related inequalities. Channels Strategy and Alliances. random walk. interpretation of charts.0) Stochastic Optimization Approaches to optimization with uncertainty. Conditional expectations. Single. 59 . stochastic optimization. finite and infinite horizon problems. trends and control mechanisms. expected value. Poisson process: Interarrival and waiting time distributions. branching processes. Process capability and related indices. the Concept of Supply Chain. Information for Supply Chain Management.0) Review of Probability Theory. Usage of computational techniques and applications.0) Stochastic Processes Review of probability theory. Inventory Management in the Supply Chain. related operating characteristic curves. Transportation Choices in the Supply Chain. deterministic DP approximation method for large-scale problems.0) Supply Chain Management The era of Physical Distribution Management. Brownian motion. Stationary and non-stationary processes. International Supply Chain Management. Control charts for variable (X-Bar and R or S) and attributes (p. c and u). discrete and continuous time Markov chains. Supply Chain Communications. acceptance Sampling: Sampling Plans. limit theorems. Type I and Type II errors. Exponential distribution.

0) Special Topic Any subject can be offered depending upon the available expertise and local needs. Forming and Drawing Tools. 3(3. Tool Design for Inspection and Gauging. 3(3. Tool Materials. the strategies used by some of the leading companies in the implementation of total quality management. techniques for process management. Computers in Tool Design. 60 . introduction and application of tools.Tool Design 3(3.0) Total Quality Management The concepts and principles of quality management.0) Tool design objectives and nomenclature. the quality management philosophies of modern quality leaders. Fixture Design. Work holding principles. Jig Design. Tool Design for Joining Processes.

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