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1 SUBJECT TITLE :INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION & SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT (1508) • • Year: Third Year Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME THEORY HRS/WEEK 2 • RATIONALE: PRACTICAL HRS/WEEK EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS PAPER HRS. 3 TH TH 100 PR OR TW SW 50

This subject is classified human sciences & intended to teach the student about Purchasing, Inventory controls, Production techniques, Quality control & standards Safety in connection with small scale & medium scale industry. They shall also understand Quality control as aspect. It also coves marketing & sales aspect.

CONTEXT IN THE FORMOF LINK DIAGRAM SHOWING INTERRELATIONSHIP OF SUBJECT AREA

HUMAN SCIENCES

Communication skills Generic Skills Industrial organization & Supervisory Management
ENGINEERING SCIENCES

CORE TECHNOLOGY SUBJECTS

TECHNOLOGY SUBJECTS

Information Technology Workshop Practice
Electrical Engineering

Electronic Measurements & Instruments
Applied Electronics

Microprocessor & Micro controller Communication Systems I

Industrial Electronics
Communication Systems II Instrumentation & Control Systems Digital Communication Systems

Engineering Drawings Engineering Mechanics
Basic Electronics Electronics materials & components

Digital Techniques & Applications
Linear Integrated Circuits Power Electronics

BASIC SCIENCE

JOB PROFILE

Applied Mathematics
Applied Physics

Applied Chemistry

Self-Developer Membership of Family/Community /Nation Life long learning Technician in industry as Maintenance Engineer, investigator or Designer
R & D Technician

CURRICULUM OBJECTIVES

Attitude for personal Development Social skill for social Development Continued learning skill for life long learning Technical skill for industrial activity earning to live domain

Supervisory skill,
Investigation & Design skill

Entrepreneur

Testing skill
Decision making skill Planning & scheduling skill

INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
GRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE SUBJECT FUNDAMENTALS OF

Problem

Understand role of technician in manufacturing industries, scientific management, for execution of jobs.

Procedure

Production, purchase, Procurement

Safety standards, production Maintenance

Principles

Industrial safety, Quality control, Organization, procurement

Factory Act, Planning Technique.

Facts

Product Specifications. Drawings of shop-floor activity Shop-floor jobs. Safety department working Organization structure in Industry Small scale and medium scale.

DETAILED CONTENTS : 3.1 CHAPTER 1 CONTENT Introduction: Overview of sectors of developments. 1.1 Indian industries. 1.2 Fundamental concepts of growth of manufacturing industry. 1.3 Stages of scientific and technological revolution in India. 1.4 Major area of Indian industries. Globalisations, GATT. Forms of ownership of manufacturing industry 2.1 Proprietorship 2.2 Partnership 2.3 Joint stock company 2.4 Co-operative organization State enterprises Viewing of manufacturing organization as a system: 3.1 Structure of organization 3.2 Essential of organization 3.3 Types of organization 3.4 Necessity of viewing of manufacturing organization as a system. Planning day’s work Industrial Acts 4.1 Industrial dispute Act 4.2 Workman compensation act 4.3 Boiler Act 4.4 Employees state insurance Act Electricity Measure Act Nature of Shop-floor jobs to be supervised: 5.1 Procurement of resources 5.2 Planning for Procurement of resources 5.3 Process of transformation 5.4 Jobs and responsibility of supervisor 5.5 Product specification 5.6 Engineering Drawing Industrial safety 6.1 Causes of Accidents 6.2 Types of Accidents 6.3 Safety procedures Accident 6.4 Reporting and investigation 6.5 Occupational safety and health administration, promoting 6.6 Safety awareness Scientific management – Introduction 7.1 Management of job 7.2 Why scientific management is essential 7.3 Planning by supervisor 7.4 Budgeting at supervisory level 7.5 Introduction to P.E.R.T 7.6 Deciding physical, mental activities of workers. MA- HORKS URS 04 04

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7.7 Organising by supervisor 7.8 Matching human needs with job needs 7.9 Directing by supervisor 7.10 Need of issuing instructions 7.11 On the spot adjustments 7.12 Personal counseling 7.13 Elaborating Decisions 7.14 Disciplining 7.15 Motivating subordinates by the supervisor 7.16 Workers participation in management of job. 7.17 Delegation of responsibility to subordinates 7.18 Coordinating and implementation of shop floor jobs 7.19 Management information system 7.20 Controlling performance of team by supervisor 7.21 Control of quality, quality time and cost Integrating steps to be taken by supervisor in managing his job 8.1 Planning day’s work 8.2 Supervisory responsibility survey 8.3 Checklist for accepting assignment of new dept. Moving up in your organization 9.1 Job competence 9.2 Become integral part of information network 9.3 What sort of actions and attitude you should avoid 9.4 Ways to exhibit your leadership and initiative 9.5 Look for or accept challenging responsibility 9.6 Stress the value of your contribution

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IMPLEMENTTATION STRATEGIES : At least one industry visit to be done to study various departmental activities in large scale organization REFERENCES : Sr. No. 1 Author Dr. O.P. KHANNA ARUN MONNAPPA & MIRZA HAROLD & LKOONTZ Title Industrial Engineering & management Personal management Essential of management Edition 1st Year Of Publication 1995 Publsher & Address Dhanpat Rai & Sons, New Delhi Tata Mc Graw Hill, New Delhi Mc Graw Hill, New York

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