2) Production & Operations Management

Unit 1: Transformation in the concept of production and industry resolution. System’s approach to production Techno- commercial considerations of modern industries. Factory affecting survival and Growth of industries in the current business scenario Unit 2:

Characteristics of different types of manufacturing process. Mass production batch production Job-order production Cellular production system Generic manufacturing processes Hybrid process including flexible manufacturing areas/depts. Concepts of CAD: CAM Numerical controlled Machines Unit 3: Facility planning

Factors affecting location of plants site and design of a layout types of plant maintenances Unit 4: Capacity planning – analysis of designed capacity Installed capacity Commissioned capacity Utilized capacity Factors affecting productivity Unit 5: Role of relevance of production planning and control steps in PPC process mapping

Preparation of process plan with precedence diagrams. Feedback control loops for effective monitoring of achievement of production targets. Unit 6: Work study – time and motion study Computation of cycle time Concepts of line balancing in manufacturing and assembly lines Optimization of productivity relevance and importance of Ergonomics

Causes and control measures to industrial pollution Unit 7: Scope and functions of materials management Various and formats used in material management suitability of various purchasing policies and procedures to different organization. Unit 8: Vendor-development and supply concepts of indigenization import substitution

Subcontracting and ancillary development Make or buy decisions Value Engineering Vertical integrations Unit 9: Appropriateness and suitability of various inventory control technical in different situation various types of inventory analysis ie ABC, HML, VED, SDE, FSN etc. Maxima, minima, re-order point, buffer stocks, E.O.Q, M.O.Q Standard supply multiples

Stores management – role of codification and automation in stores Factors influencing design of an effective material handling system Unit 10: Quality systems – quality control Vs Quality Assurance Statistical Quality Control (SQC) Acceptable quality levels (AQL) Quality costs Unit 11:

ISS-9000, ISO-14000 a)As on today Quality Audits, Implementation and Certification and Accreditation b)Total quality management(T.Q.M) Unit 12: a)Japanese contribution to world class quality manufacturing systems-single -piece flow (SPF) Right First Time (RFT), Zero Defects, Kan-ban, Poka-Yoke, SMED Quality circles, JIT, Six sigma etc.

Introduction to other internationally accepted concept of quality Manufacturing

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