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INDIAN PLASTICS INSTITUTE

SCHEME OF TEACHING & EXAMINATION

(Regulations in this booklet are effective from July
2016 until further notice)

DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

Teaching scheme Examination
Hours scheme
Sr.
Name of subject Hours
No.
Theory Practical Midterm Final
Hours Hours Hours Hours
1. POLYMER
SCIENCE &
42 50 3 3
TECHNOLOGY
(PAPER-1)
2. PROCESSING OF
PLASTICS 64 68 3 3
(PAPER-2)
3. PRODUCT
DESIGN &
DESIGN OF 44 50 4 4
MOULDS & DIES
(PAPER-3)
4. INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT 30 12 3 3
(PAPER-4)
TOTAL 180 180 13 13

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME

Teaching scheme Examination
Sr. Hours scheme
No Name of subject Hours
. Theory Practical Midterm Final
Hours Hours Hours Hours
1. POLYMER
SCIENCE &
42 50 3 3
TECHNOLOGY
(PAPER-1)
2. PROCESSING OF
PLASTICS 64 68 3 3
(PAPER-2)
3. PRODUCT
DESIGN &
DESIGN OF 44 50 4 4
MOULDS & DIES
(PAPER-3)
4. INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT 30 12 3 3
(PAPER-4)
TOTAL 180 180 13 13

• Industrial visits and assignments are essential &
compulsory for appearing in the midterm
examination. Passed candidates in the midterm
examinations are eligible for the final examination
of the Diploma & Certificate program.

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PAPER-1

POLYMER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

A. THEORY 42 HOURS

1. History of plastics

1.1 Introduction to polymers

1.2 Definition of polymers, Types / classification,
characteristics & examples. Thermoplastics &
Thermosets, Amorphous & crystalline Polymers.
Natural & Synthetic polymers, Homo-polymers
and co-polymers & liquid crystal Polymers.

1.3 Basic ideas about sources of raw materials for
polymers. Introduction to polymerization In brief
without chemical equations- addition &
condensation; mass, solution, suspension &
emulsion polymerization processes indicating
advantages, disadvantages, applications &
examples.

1.4 Commodity plastics, Engineering plastics &
specialty plastics characteristics, applications &
examples.

2.0 Molecular weight:

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3 Biodegradable Plastics 5.2 Crystalline melting point. significance. types.2 Molecular weight-significance.2 Thermal & UV degradation 5.1 Molecular weight & molecular weight determination. 4. characteristics & applications of the following polymers.0 Thermal transition in polymers.2.3 Molecular weight distribution-concept. polydispersity.0 PLASTIC MATERIALS---properties.3 Importance of Tg & heat distortion temperature. 4.4 Causes & examples 6.1 Glass transition temperature 4. importance. definitions. 3. 5.1 POLYOLEFINS: 4 . 2. 2. 4.1 Mechanism of polymer degradation 5. 6. processing.0 Structure property relationship – Basic concepts.0 POLYMER DEGRADATION: 5.

Nylon 66. 612.containing polymers (PTFE) 6.7 Poly vinyl Acetate & its derivatives . Plasticized & unplasticized PVC.8 Polyamides & Polyimides and modified there of – Nylon 6.Phenylene groups 5 . Nylon 11.11 Thermoplastics containing p. 6. Copolymers & grafted PVC .5 Acrylics: PMMA 6. Nylon 7.Misc. SAN.Nylon 610. LLDPE. EVA & other specialty ethylene co-polymers. Chlorinated PVC.Vinylidene Chloride polymers & copolymers 6. LDPE. Vinyl thermoplastics. HMHDPE. & styrene copolymers 6.9 Polyacetal & related materials 6. CAB & CN. VLDPE. UHMWPE.2 VINYL POLYMERS: PVC. XLPE.4 Cellulosic--CA.10 Polycarbonates 6.3 STYRENICS: PS. ABS. Aromatic polyamides 6. PP & its co-polymers. HDPE. Nylon 12. Other Aliphatic Polyamides. Polyvinyl Alcohol 6. 6.6 Fluorine. HIPS.

6.1 Fillers. SMC. Polymethylpentene. BMC & DMC Compounds 6. Intrinsically electrically conductive polymer (ICP). Polysulphone. 6.0 Fillers Reinforcements & additives for Plastics in compliance with ROHS.19 Casein. Methods of incorporation & applications. polymer concrete 6.15 Epoxides—Epoxy resins & hardness. Saturated & unsaturated polyesters. Amino plastics (UF & MF) 6.13 Polyesters –PET.Characteristics.14 Polyurethanes. Ketone based resins (Polyaryletherketone) Polyarylate. 6 .18 Polyetherimide.Thermoplastic & Thermoset PU 6. Bismaleimides. modified epoxy resins. types and examples. 6. 7. REACH etc. PEN. LCP.17 Silicone & other heat resisting polymers 6.12 Phenolic Resins. PBT. Polypheneylene oxide & sulfide.20 Thermoplastic Elastomers.16 Furan Resins 6. 7.

10.2 Various methods of testing of plastics. Coupling agents. Surface active Agents etc. Foaming agents. Anti-static Agents. Fragrances. other synthetic Fiber etc.0 Flow behavior of Polymer melts-Basic concepts about melt flow behavior. highlighting the probable sources of error while testing. Organic peroxides. Heat stabilizers. Smoke suppressants. 7. Jute fiber. PU foam catalyst. Flame retardants.3 Simple methods of identification of common polymers Analyzing & testing of: 7 . Mould release Agents.2 Reinforcement-Glass fiber. Antifogging agents.1 Need for testing—specifications & standards 10. Anti-oxidants. Antimicrobials. advantages. Degradability. Cellulose fiber.7. 9. --- advantages & applications. properties. 10. Colorants. Lubricants. Composites—objectives. application Areas. significance In polymer processing.3 Additives—Plasticizers. Carbon fiber.0 TESTING OF PLASTICS 10.0 Polymer Blends & Alloys. outline of compatibility parameters. UV stabilizers. 8. Modifiers.

weathering properties. 8 . Films. Submission of record book with minimum ten experiments in each of above.9 Flow properties 10. resistance to chemicals etc. bulk density.7 Flammability properties 10. toxicity. A test will be conducted for identifying a polymer by simple method by heating behavior & a 50 questions and answer paper.5 Electrical properties 10.11 Miscellaneous properties such as specific gravity. MYSORE for three days from Thursday to Saturday for Bangalore chapter) Identification of common polymers by simple methods & Analyzing & testing of Plastics. (B) PRACTICAL & ASSIGNMENTS: 50 HOURS (At CIPET.6 Thermal properties 10. 10. 10.8 Optical properties 10. Sheets and containers etc.12 Properties of finished products---Pipes.10 Toxicity 10. which in all take about 3 hours.4 Mechanical properties 10. environmental stress Cracking.

Shop floor at CIPET. MYSORE Assignments 30 HOURS (C) MIDTERM EXAMINATION ON A SUNDAY AFTER COMPLETION OF SUBJECT 3 HOURS 9 .

2.6 Transfer moulding basic principles & moulding cycle.5 Effects of pre-heating & performing.7 Advantages & imitations of the process. AUDIO & VISUAL PRESENTATION OF OVER REVIEW OF PROCESSING METHODS 2 COMPRESSION & TRANSFER MOULDING.1 Compression moulding.3 Various grades of moulding compounds. 2.4 Effect of bulk factor. 2. temperature & Pressure on moulding cycle. 10 . 2. 2. 2.9 Various process parameters & their effect on product quality. 2. flow properties.2 Basic principle & moulding cycle. curing time. 2.8 Types-integral pot & auxiliary ram transfer. PAPER—2 PROCESSING OF PLASTICS (A) THEORY 64 HOURS 1. 2.

twin screw & planetary extruders. Extruder output.5 Vented screws & mixing screws.14 Heating systems. feeding mechanism barrel Design. their operation & selection.- Advantages & disadvantages. 2.2 Equipment for extrusion. 3.10 Trouble shooting: various moulding defects.1 Basic Process-material & application. Types of extruder drives & selection. 3. thrust assembly. 11 .13 Press specification. 2. Selection & application. their constructional features & applications.11 Equipment for Compression & Transfer moulding. EXTRUSION PROCESS. their causes & remedies.15 Safety devices.2. 3. 2. design of extrusion screw for typical materials (thumb Rule approach only). Extruder machine- Hopper. 2.4 Extruder types-single. 3. 3. gear drive. 2. Lubrication of drive elements. chain drive.12 Types of press.3 Extruder drives-Belt drive. 3.

1 Pipe plants-plain & corrugated pipes. 3A.8 Principles of profile extrusion lines. 3A. take off.4 Cast film lines.6 Ram extruder. 3A. 4.1 Moulding process.7 Sheeting plants-monolayer & multilayer 3A. Process parameters & their effects on product quality. 3A.5 Cable & wire covering plants (inclusive of XLPE). stretch film tapes & heat shrink films. 3A.3.3 Monofilament & box strapping plants. 3A.constructional features & application. EXTRUSION PLANTS: 3A. orientation. 9 Quality in extrusion. trouble shooting in processing & plant safety. 3A. Aspects to be covered under various extrusion plants are plant layouts. winding and cutting. ancillary Inline equipment for sizing.2 Blown film plants-monolayer & multilayer films. cooling.6 Extrusion coating & laminating lines 3A. 12 . INJECTION MOULDING 4.

clamp characteristics & comparison Between clamp types. 4. 4.11 Principles of Reaction injection moulding.2 Moulding cycle. 4. barrel. 13 . 4.3 Moulding characteristics of typical materials & grades. & non-return valves. 4. 4.4. all electric machines. 4. hybrid.8 Clamping unit-clamp types.9 Specification of injection moulding machine- determination of shot capacity And clamping capacity.10 Injection moulding of thermosets materials. 4.5 Trouble shooting –various defects causes and remedies. 4. their construction.Toggle.7 Injection unit-constructional & design features of screws and nozzles for various materials hopper.6 Equipment for injection moulding—Types and classifications-hydraulic.4 Process parameters & their effect on product quality.

13 Quality in injection moulding. 5. 5. dehumidifying dyer. parison cutting devices & safety aspects. principles of parison wall thickness control. 4.2 Types of blow moulding-injection. 14 . constructional features of blow moulding machine.14 Special types of moulding 5.12 Auxiliary equipment. Hopper dyer. their causes and remedies.4.4 Process parameters & their effect on the product quality. materials & applications. proportionate /blending devices. 5. extrusion & stretch blow moulding. BLOW MOULDING 5. 5.3 Equipment for blow moulding. 5. drives . Mould temperature controller. automatic material conveying system.5 Finishing operations 5. granulator.6 Trouble shooting –various moulding defects. hopper loaders.7 Quality in blow moulding.1 Basic process-moulding cycle. 4.significance & usage.

2 Advantages and limitations 7. 6.5 Calendar drives 6. THERMOFORMING 7.3 Types of calendaring & applications 6.8 Laminating & embossing lines. CALENDERING.1 Basic process. crowning of rolls.6 Heating & cooling systems. 6. 15 . materials & applications. LAMINATING & EMBOSING LINES 6. 6.9 Various process parameters & their effects on product quality.10 Trouble shooting-various causes and remedies. materials & applications. 6.1 Basic process. 7.6.7 Safety aspects.3 Constructional features of thermoforming machine. roll bending. cast rolls & drilled rolls.4 Calendaring rolls-constructional & design features.2 Calendaring plant layout 6. 6. & cross axing. 6. 7.

7. LAMINATES 9. 16 . 8. 9.6 Trouble shooting. 8.Thermoforming defects.5 Continuous sheet forming lines.3 Production of industrial & decorative laminates- Plant lay out & processing Conditions.2 Structural foam moulding. 9. ROTATIONAL MOULDDING 10. materials and applications.1 Basic process.4 Methods of thermoforming-matched mould forming drape forming.4 Process parameters & their influence on product quality. causes & remedies.1 Basic process & materials.3 Expandable styrene foaming lines.high pressure & low pressure processes. 8. 7.1 Basic process. 8. 7.2 Types. 9. process parameters affecting product quality. FOAM PROCESS 8. 10. materials & applications. plug assist forming techniques.

2 Typical formulation.7 Pulltrusion process.6 Filament winding process. 10. fillers. 11. causes and defects. accelerator & mould releasing agent.3 Equipment for rotational moulding-Biaxial drive.2 Advantages & limitations of the process. needle mats & rowing) pigments. 11. glass reinforcements (chopped strand mats. 11. surface mats.8 Applications of FRP.10. batch type & continuous type Machines. 11.4 Spray up technique.5 Moulding of FRP 11.5 Trouble shooting-moulding defects. catalyst. 10.9 Thermoplastic composites 17 . 11. 10. 11.1 Raw material used-resin. FRP TECHNIQUE (COMPOSITES) 11. 11.4 Effect of speed & temperature on article wall thickness.3 Hand layup technique 11.

banbury mixers.10 Miscellaneous Process 12. 12.11.3 Equipment for compounding. 12. 14.3 Hot stamping 13.2 Equipment for mixing-drum mixers.7 EMI shielding & Electrostatic discharge-by compounding. 12.6 Dip Coating 13.5 Vacuum metalizing 13. 13 DECORATING WITH PLASTICS * 13. sigma/ribbon blenders.4 In mould decoration with coating & foils 13.1 Definition & basic principles. mechanical & surface treatments.1 Printing –Various types of printing techniques. planetary mixers. two roll mill.4 Compounding of PVC. Recycling of Plastics 18 . 13. Kneader mixers and extruders. MIXING & COMPOUNDING 12.high speed mixer.2 Painting & lacquering 13.6 Electroplating 13.

turning. buffing.heat sealing. sheets etc with special reference to materials like PVC. ultrasonic welding & welding using hot air gun & welding mirrors.1 Plastics & Environment 15 FABRICATION 15. HDPE. Safety in plastics processing 19 . filling.4 Fabrication techniques for chemical vessel. 15.1 Finishing. fastening etc. pipes and pipe fittings.14. Acrylic. Energy in plastics processing 18. 15. Plastics in Packaging 17. grinding. impulse welding. FRP. PC. PP.3 Welding process. high frequency welding.2 Cementing & adhesive bonding. slitting. tanks. 15. 16.

Roto moulding.3 Blown film-lay flat tube.(B) PRACTICAL & ASSIGNMENTS: 68 HOURS (In around Bangalore area) Four separate Saturdays & submission of record book with minimum 12 experiments of processing of plastics which should include the following: 1. Industrial visits 28 Hours Record writing 40 Hours (C) MIDTERM EXAMINATION ON A SUNDAY AFTER COMPLETION OF THE SUBJECT 3HOURS 20 . 2 Injection moulding of thermosets. 7. Compression & Transfer moulding. 4. Blow moulding. 8. Injection moulding of thermoplastics.Extrusion of pipes. 8. Vacuum forming & Thermoforming. FRP hand lay method. 6. 5.

PRODUCT DESIGN CONSIDERATION 4. Material selection processes-in respect of general and technical requirements.0 DESIGNING WITH PLASTICS.2 Mechanical behavior of plastics-stress.0 PRODUCT DESIGN 1. 2. rims.3 Designing for load bearing applications (only basic concepts) 3. ribs. PAPER—3 PRODUCT DESIGN & DESIGN OF MOULDS & DIES (A) THEORY 44 HOURS 1. draft angles.strain behavior. and lips. shapes threads and 21 . bosses. 1. sharp corners.1 Advantages & limitations of plastics.3 Technical requirements of product. 2.1 Steps in product design. 2. 4. 1. effect of temperature Creep behavior and use of creep data. 2.2 Basic concepts about aesthetics.1 Injection moulded products-wall thickness. gusseting. ergonomics & value analysis.

5. radius.1 Methods of projections-first and third angle. riveting. semi-positive and positive moulds.Wall thickness.full sections. wall thickness. snap fit assembly etc. 5. hinges. Examples of good & bad product design. and design for safety closures . neck design. under cuts. 4. hollow. 5.shapes. and other profiles. 22 . symbol & standards.0 ENGINEERING DRAWING. example of good & bad product designs. assemblies involving screwing. 4. 6.2 Blow moulded products. Examples of good and bad product design. sections. holes. handles.MOULDS & DIES 5. thread.0 COMPRESSION MOULD DESIGN 6. radius. adhesive joints. orthographic and isometric projections. half sections. 5. base design.4 Auxiliary and exploded views.Flash. 5.3 Selection views.1 Types.3 Extruded products. shapes.5 Reading & interpretation of drawings of machine components and simple assemblies.2 Drawing conventions. inserts. and partial sections.

6.4 Parting line selection & design of flash lines. TRANSFER MOULD DESIGN 7.1 General arrangements of two plate and three plate moulds—constructional Features and operations.1 General arrangements of integral pot and auxiliary ram transfer moulds. 6. 7.gating systems and balancing of runners. 6.3 Design of runners & gates. 23 . sprue hook/ cull pick-ups. sprue bush.8 Elementary concepts of moulds fo articles with under cuts. 6. 7.6.2 Typical designs of transfer pot transfer ram. 7. 8. 6.2 General arrangement of two plate and three plate mould.6 Design ejection system.3 Typical designs of mold components.7 Design of mould heating systems. 6.5 Mould draft & shrinkage allowance. INJECTION MOULD DESIGN 8.

5. 8. 8.2 Types of ejection systems.41 Design features of ejection mechanism.5 DESIGN OF COOLING SYSTEMM 8.3. selection design considerations. blade ejection. guide bushes etc.design considerations. Air ejection and stripper plate ejection.4 Ejection of spure and runners.5. runner size .8. sprue bush. 8.3.1 Cavity cooling techniques. 8. 8.3. 8.5. 8. sleeve ejection. gate size. balanced runner layouts.2 Punch cooling techniques.3 DESIGN OF FEED SYSTEMS 8.2 Standard designs of mould components like locating ring.2 Design of runners. 24 .3 Sprue cooling.3 Design of gates. 8. types of feed gates and selection.pin ejection.4.1 Cold slug well 8.4.3 Types of sprue hook/puller pins.4. 8. DESIGN OF EJECTION SYSTEM 8.runner cross section.4. Guide pin.

2. Hot runner/ runner less moulds ( only elementary treatment).2 Split moulds. 12. 12.4 Moulds for internally and externally threaded articles-unscrewing of thread cores. BLOWMOULD DESIGN 13. 12. Advantages and limitations. Selection of parting line.constructional features of split moulds. 13.3 Moulds requiring side core.3..1 Blow mould materials of construction 13. 25 .2 General arrangements of blow moulds.Standard mould components. 11.1.4 Types of flow ways. 11. split actuation techniques 11. 12. General arrangement and operation 12.1 Design of moulds for articles with simple under cuts (only elementary treatment) 11. Constructional & design features of manifold blocks.9 Mould standardization. 10.

7 Mould surface finish. 14.13.5 Venting of blow moulds.2 Introduction to Auto CAD.4 Neck pinch-off. CAD/CAM. elementary ideas of co-extrusion dies for blown films.Simulations. 14.manifold and Coat hanger manifold types.2 Die materials of construction 14. monofilaments.1 Consideration in die design.3 Parting line selection. 14. 14. 15. 13. T.6 Elementary ideas about dies for tapes. 13. 13. pelletizing. analysis & Interpretation 15. 14.5 Design of sheeting dies and cast film dies-fish tail. base pinch off and flash pockets.3 Constructional & design features of pipe die. 14. CAE 26 .6 Cooling of blow moulds.1 Mould flow--. thickness control. 13. cable covering etc.4 Constructional & design features of blown film dies-side fed and bottom fed dies. DESIGN OF EXTRUSION DIES.

3 General treatment on various mould fabrication techniques-copy milling. and maintenance. CNC machining and wire cutting. Candidates can opt for CAD drawing in the final examination only with solid Works software.4 Mould surface texturing. laser sintering. 16. cavity and various mould components. additive manufacturing etc. process. hobbing. die sinking.2 Heat & surface treatment for punch.record observations. 16. Mould evaluation (B) PRACTICAL & ASSIGNMENTS: 50 HOURS a) Visit to plant in & around Bangalore/Mumbai for work shop training of moulds & dies fabrication. electroforming. 27 . pantograph machining EDM.) 16 HOURS c) PROJECT WORK: Design drawing of a mould on a drawing sheet by hand.16 MOULD FABRICATION 16.1 Materials of construction for moulds/ mould components. 17. 16. 14 HOURS b) Write up of all the mould details of manufacture of the above (Process flow chart/ check list for horizontal injection mould manufacturing.

d) 3D –Introduction to3D Printing. scanning. modeling etc 7 HOURS (C) MIDTERM EXAMINATION ON A SUNDAY AFTER COMPLETION OF THE SUBJECT 4 HOURS 28 .

Organizational planning: organizational development. PAPER-4 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT A) THEORY 30 HOURS 1. quality process & kaizen. product costing. variance analysis. 29 . 4. product & manufacturing analysis. balance sheet. 5. authority and delegation. forecasting the demand. 2. government & external bodies. cost elements and overhead computation. corporate planning. profit & loss statement. goals and strategies. accreditation & awards. resource development. Management accounting: transaction recording. Quality management: expectations of customers. performance ratios. computerized systems. supply chain & logistics. project management. environmental & social obligations. plant and machine layout. 3. growth of industry and business. quality technique. quality participation. management responsibilities. Principles of Management: philosophies of management. system based operation. Production management: long term objectives & annual plan.

Human resource development: human behavior and relations. advertising and promotional efforts. project report preparation. training& productivity orientation. (B) PRACTICAL/ ASSIGNMENT: 12HOURS The student will be allotted a topic in which the student prepares a research paper on topic of not less than 10 pages typed and submitted well before the startup of the midterm examination to the instructor of the course. 10. Entrepreneurship: decision of own venture. 8. Sales and Marketing in SS (C) MIDTERM EXAMINATION ON A SUNDAY AFTER COMPLETION OF THE SUBJECT 3HOURS 30 . Quality problems in SSI. 5. 6.Tackling quality problems in SSI unit. entrepreneurial development.9. The topic will be picked from the course content like: 1. 2. Accounting Problems in SSI. Sales and marketing: marketing in modern times. sources of help. strategic mix.6. 7. problems. Cost sheet for a new product.3. Tackling Production problems. Project proposal to start new SSI unit. 4. managing marketing. 8. marketing opportunities.7. Problems in Finance. Labour problems in SSI. motivation. selection and recruitment. Maintance problems in SSI. legal environment.

Bickaes 2. Hand Book of Polymer composites for Engineers-L Hollowat 4. A Guide to injection moulding of Plastics-Bolur 6. Injection Moulding: Theory & Practicals.Rubin 3. Plastics Processing Hand Book -A S Athalye 7. Injection Moulding Machines.A S Athalye 5. Plastics Materials-Brydson 2. ASTM Hand Books for testing of Plastics 11.1 & Vol II ) – A.Athaly 6. Reinforced Plastics Hand Book-Murphy 3. V R Gowariker/ N V Vishwanathan/ Jayadev Sreedhar 8. Hand Book of Plastics Test Methods – G c Ives/ JA Mead/ M M Riley 9. S .Dr.Shah 12.Mathur & Bhardwaj 10.Singh 5. Plastics Materials Handbook ( Vol. Extrusion Technology. Polymer Science. Polymer blends & Alloys an overview. Injection Moulding. Testing & Evaluation of Plastics.List of Recommended Books for Paper-1 1. Organic & Polymer Chemistry – K J Saunders 7. Moulding of Plastics.Allen Griff 31 . Hand Book of Plastics Testing Technology.Wheelan 4. Simple methods for identification of Plastics- Dietrich Braun List of Recommended Books for Paper-11 1.

Decorating Plastics.Rosalo Lee 11. Industrial Hydraulics. Industrial Fluid Power.Sperry Vickies 19. Injection Mould design foundamentals. Thorn 13.Mr. Additives for Plastics handbook-John Murphy 17. Mould Makiung Hand Book. Plastics mould Enginnering.Sores 6. Plastics Mould Engineering.Stoeckhert 4. Thermoforming. Blow Moulding of Plastics-Fisher 10. Product Design.Fisher 12. Calendaring of Plastics.Glavill 5. Polymeric Foam Science & Technology. Fundamental Hydraulics. P E 8. Design of Extrustion Dies. Hand Book of Plastics Recycling-James L Lamprecht 18. 8. Plastics Extrusion Technology Hand Book.Duboos & Prabble 3. Injection Mould Design-R G W Pyre 2.Kishan C Khemani 14.Prof. M V Joshi 7.Sperry Vickies 20. Geometrical & Machine Drawing-N D Bhatt & V M Panchal 32 .James M Margolis 16. Product Design with Plastics (Practical manual) DYM-Joseph B DYM.S W Bhagwat List of Recommended Books for Paper-111 1.Brown 9. Fabrication With Plastics-James M Margolis 15.Levy 9. Blow Moulding Hand Book.

D H Bester Field Additional Reference Books 1. Enterpreneurship Management – Anuna Kaulgud 7. Dynamics Entrepreneur Development. Profitable Plastics Industries – NIIR. Production Planning control & Industrial Management – K C Jain & L N Agarwal( Khanna) 2. Total Quality Mangement. Principles & Practice of Cost Accounting. Plastics Engineering Handbook-Berins 4. 11). Modern Technology of Plastics Processing Industries – NIIR. 10.New Delhi 3. Planning. Engineering Drawing (Vol.Dr. Technician’s Handbook of Plastics. 1 % Vol. New Delhi 2.N K Prasad 3.Peter a Grandilli 33 .The Japanese Way. What is Total Quality Control.N H Dube List of Recommended Books for Paper-1V 1. C B Mamorta 5.A S Deshpande 8. Personal Mangement. Factory Administration & Management. Marketing Management ( Analysis. Implementation & Control)-Philip Kotler 4.Vasant Desai 6.Ishikawa K 9.

1 & Vol. All about Plastics.5.11.N I George (Titanic Publication.Allen/ Baker 6. Kerala) 34 . A Handbook of Plastics Technology Vol. Modern Plastics Encyclopedia 8. Plastics Materials & Processes: A concise Encyclopedia Harper 7.