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: 06AL51 : 04 : 52 PART - A MANAGEMENT UNIT - 1 MANAGEMENT: Introduction – Meaning – nature and characteristics of Management, Scope and Functional areas of management – Management as a science, art of profession – Management & Administration – Roles of Management, Levels of Management, Development of Management Thought – early management approaches – Modern management approaches. 7 Hours UNIT - 2 PLANNING: Nature, importance and purpose of planning process – Objectives – Types of plans (Meaning Only) – Decision making – Importance of planning – steps in planning & planning premises – Hierarchy of plans. 6 Hours UNIT - 3 ORGANIZING AND STAFFING: Nature and purpose of organization – Principles of organization – Types of organization – Departmentation – Committees- Centralization Vs Decentralization of authority and responsibility – Span of control – MBO and MBE (Meaning Only) Nature and importance of staffing–Process of Selection & Recruitment (in brief). 6 Hours UNIT - 4 DIRECTING & CONTROLLING: Meaning and nature of directing – Leadership styles, Motivation Theories, Communication – Meaning and importance – coordination, meaning and importance and Techniques of Co – Ordination. Meaning and steps in controlling – Essentials of a sound control system – Methods of establishing control (in brief). 7 Hours PART - B ENTREPRENEURSHIP UNIT - 5 ENTREPRENEUR: Meaning of Entrepreneur; Evolution of the Concept, Functions of an Entrepreneur, Types of Entrepreneur, Intrapreneur - an 5 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

emerging Class. Concept of Entrepreneurship – Evolution of Entrepreneurship, Development of Entrepreneurship; Stages in entrepreneurial process; Role of entrepreneurs in Economic Development; Entrepreneurship in India; Entrepreneurship – its Barriers. 6 Hours UNIT - 6 SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES: Definition; Characteristics; Need and rationale; Objectives; Scope; role of SSI in Economic Development. Advantages of SSI Steps to start and SSI – Government policy towards SSI; Different Policies of SSI; Government Support for SSI during 5 year plans. Impact of Liberalization, Privatization, Globalization on SSI Effect of WTO/GATT Supporting Agencies of Government for SSI, Meaning, Nature of support; Objectives; Functions; Types of Help; Ancillary Industry and Tiny Industry (Definition Only) 7 Hours UNIT - 7 INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT: Different Schemes; TECKSOK; KIADB; KSSIDC; KSIMC; DIC Single Window Agency; SISI; NSIC; SIDBI; KSFC. 7 Hours UNIT - 8 PREPARATION OF PROJECT: Meaning of Project; Project Identification; Project Selection; Project Report; Need and Significance of Report; Contents; Formulation; Guidelines by Planning Commission for Project report; Network Analysis; Errors of Project Report; Project Appraisal. Identification of business opportunities: Market Feasibility Study; Technical Feasibility Study; Financial Feasibility Study & Social Feasibility Study. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Principles of Management – P.C.Tripathi, P.N.Reddy – Tata McGraw Hill, 2. Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Development & Management – Vasant Desai – Himalaya Publishing House 3. Entrepreneurship Development – Poornima.M.Charantimath – Small Business Enterprises – Pearson Education – 2006 (2 & 4). REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Management Fundamentals – Concepts, Application, Skill Development – Robers Lusier – Thomson – 2. Entrepreneurship Development – S.S.Khanka – S.Chand & Co. 3. Management – Stephen Robbins – Pearson Education/PHI – 17th Edition, 2003.

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SIMULATION MODELING & ANALYSIS Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06IM52 : 04 : 52 PART - A UNIT - 1 INTRODUCTION TO SIMULATION: Simulation, advantages, Disadvantages, Areas of application, System environment, components of a system, Model of a system, types of models, steps in a simulation study. 6 Hours UNIT - 2 SIMULATION EXAMPLES: Simulation of Queuing systems, Simulation of Inventory System, Other simulation examples 6 Hours UNIT - 3 GENERAL PRINCIPLES: Concepts in discrete - events simulation, event scheduling / Time advance algorithm, simulation using event scheduling. 6 Hours UNIT - 4 RANDOM NUMBERS: Properties, Generations methods, Tests for Random number- Frequency test, Runs test, Autocorrelation test, Gap test, Poker test 6 Hours PART - B UNIT - 5 RAMDOM VARIATE GENERATION: Inverse Transform TechniqueExponential, Uniform, Weibull, Triangular distributions, Direct transformation for Normal and log normal Distributions, convolution methods- Erlang distribution, Acceptance – Rejection Techniques – Poisson Distribution, Gamma Distribution. 7 Hours UNIT - 6 ANALYSIS OF SIMULATION DATA: Input Modelling: Data collection, Identification and distribution with data, parameter estimation, Goodness of fit tests, Selection of input models without data, Multivariate and time series analysis Verification and Validation of Model – Model Building, Verification, Calibration and Validation of Models. 7 Hours 7 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

UNIT - 7 OUTPUT ANALYSIS: Stochastic Nature of output data, Measures of Performance and their estimation, Output analysis of terminating simulation, Output analysis of steady state simulations 7 Hours UNIT - 8 OPTIMISATION VIA SIMULATION: Meaning, difficulty, Robust Heuristics, Random Search Applications Simulation of Manufacturing and Material Handling Systems, Simulation of Computer Systems, Simulation of Plant Layout, Simulation of Project Management Simulation Softwares Selection of Simulation Software, Simulation packages, Experiment and Statistical Analysis tool, Trend in Simulation Software 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Discrete Event system Simulation – Jerry Banks, John S Carson, II, Berry L Nelson, David M Nicol, III Edition, Pearson Education, Asia, ISBN - 81- 7808 – 505 - 4. 2. Systems Simulation with Digital Computer – Narsingh Deo; PHI Publication (EEE), ISBN – 0-87692-028-8 3. Simulation Modelling & Analysis – Averill M Law, W David Kelton; McGraw Hill International Editions – Industrial Engineering series, ISBN – 0-07-100803-9.

STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06IM53 : 04 : 52 PART - A UNIT - 1 THE ROLE OF STATISTICS IN ENGINEERING (DATA SUMMARY AND PRESENTATION): Statistical Thinking, Collecting data, Statistical Modelling Frame work, measure of central tendency and variance, Importance of Data summary and Display, Tabular and Graphical display: 6 Hours 8 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

UNIT - 2 DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES AND PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS: Discrete Random variables, Probability distributions and Probability mass functions, Cumulative distribution functions, Mean and Variance of a discrete random variable, Discrete uniform distribution, Binominal distribution, Hyper Geometric distribution, Poisson distribution, Applications. 7 Hours UNIT - 3 CONTINUOUS RANDOM VARIABLES AND PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS: Continuous random variables, Probability distributions and probability density functions, cumulative distribution functions, Mean and Variance of a continuous random variable, uniform distribution, Normal distribution, Normal approximation to Binominal and Poisson distribution, Exponential distribution, Applications. 7 Hours UNIT - 4 ESTIMATION THEORY: Statistical Inference, Random sampling, Properties of Estimators, Sampling distribution, Sampling distribution of means, variance and proportion, Introduction to confidence intervals. 6 Hours PART - B UNIT - 5 STATISTICAL INFERENCE FOR A SINGLE SAMPLE AND TWO SAMPLES: Hypothesis testing, Inference on the mean of a population (variance known and unknown), Inference on the variance of a normal population, Inference on a population proportion. 7 Hours UNIT - 6 STATISTICAL INFERENCE FOR A SINGLE SAMPLE AND TWO SAMPLES: Testing for Goodness of Fit, Inference for a difference in Means, Variances known, Inference for a difference in means of two normal distributions, Variances unknown, Inference on the Variances of two normal populations, Inference on two population proportions. 7 Hours UNIT - 7 SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSIONS AND CORRELATION: Simple Linear Regression, Properties of Least square Estimators and Estimation of variances, Common abuses of regression, Prediction of new observations, Assessing the adequacy of regression model, Transformations to a straight line, Introduction to multiple regression (no problems), Correlation. 6 Hours 9

UNIT - 8 DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS: Strategy of experimentation, completely randomized single - factor experiment, Tests on individual treatment means, the random effects model, the randomized complete block design, one way analysis of variance and two way analysis of variance. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Applied statistics and Probability for Engineers – Douglas C Montgomery, George C Runger, 2nd Edn, John Wiley and Sons, ISBN-0-471-17027-5 2. Statistics for Management - Richard I Levin, David S Rubin, 6th Edn, Prentice Hall India, ISBN-81-203-0893-X REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Probability and Statistics in Engineering - William W Hines, Douglas C Montgomery, 2nd Edn, John Wiley and Sons 2. Business Statistics for Management and Economics - Daniel, Terrell, 6th Edn, Houghton Mifflin Company, ISBN-0-395-62835-0 3. Probability and Statistics - Walpole & Mayer, MacMillan Publishing Company, 1989.

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06IM54 : 04 : 52 PART - A UNIT - 1 PRODUCTIVITY: Definition of productivity, individual enterprises, task of management Productivity of materials, land, building, machine and power. Measurement of productivity, factors affecting the productivity, productivity improvement programmes, wages and incentives (simple numerical problems) 7 Hours UNIT - 2 WORK STUDY: Definition, objective and scope of work study. Human factor in work study. Work study and management, work study and supervision, work study and worker. 6 Hours 10 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

UNIT - 3 INTRODUCTION TO METHOD STUDY: Definition, objective and scope of method study, activity recording and exam aids. Charts to record moments in shop operation – process charts, flow process charts, travel chart and multiple activity charts.( With simple problems) 7 Hours UNIT - 4 MICRO AND MEMO MOTION STUDY: Charts to record moment at work place – principles of motion economy, classification of moments two handed process chart, SIMO chart, and micro motion study. Development,definition and installation of the improved method, brief concept about synthetic motion studies. 6 Hours PART - B

TEXT BOOKS: 1. ILO, Introduction to work study - III Revised Edition, 1981 2. Motion and Time study - Ralph M Barnes; John Wiley, 8th Edition, 1985. 3. Engineered work Measurement - Wledon, ELBS , 1991 Marvin E. Mundel- Motion and Time study, PHI, 1st edition REFERENCES BOOKS: 1. Human Factors in Engineering Design - S Sanders and E J McCormick, 6th Edition, Mc Graw Hill 2. Work Study and Ergonomics - S Dalela and Sourabh, – Chand Publishers, 3rd edition. 3. Industrial Engineering Hand book Maynard –

CAD / CAM UNIT - 5 INTRODUCTION TO WORK MEASUREMENT: Definition, objective and benefit of work measurement. Work measurement techniques. Work sampling: need, confidence levels, sample size determinations, random observation, conducting study with the simple problems. 6 Hours UNIT - 6 TIME STUDY: Time Study, Definition, time study equipment, selection of job, steps in time study. Breaking jobs into elements, recording information. Rating & standard Rating, standard performance, scale of rating, factors of affecting rate of working, allowances and standard time determination. Predetermined motion time study – Method time measurement (MTM) 7 Hours UNIT - 7 ERGONOMICS: Introduction, areas of study under ergonomics, system approach to ergonomics model, man-machine system. Components of manmachine system and their functions – work capabilities of industrial worker, study of development of stress in human body and their consequences. computer based ergonomics 6 Hours UNIT - 8 DESIGN OF MAN-MACHINE SYSTEM: Fatigue in industrial workers. Quantitative qualitative representation and alphanumeric displays. Controls and their design criteria, control types, relation between controls and displays, layouts of panels and machines. Design of work places, influence of climate on human efficiency. Influence of noise, vibration and light. 7 Hours 11 Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06IP/IM55 : 04 : 52 PART - A UNIT - 1 INTRODUCTION: Role of computers in design and manufacturing. Influence of computers in manufacturing environment. Product cycle in conventional & computerized manufacturing environment. Introduction to CAD, Introduction to CAM. Advantages and disadvantages of CAD and CAM. 3 Hours HARDWARE IN CAD: Basic Hardware structure, working principles, usage and types of hardware for CAD - input and output Devices, memory, CPU, hardcopy and Storage devices. 4 Hours UNIT - 2 COMPUTER GRAPHICS: Software configuration of a graphic system, function of a Graphics package, construction of geometry, wire frame and solid modelling, Geometric 2 D and 3 D homogeneous transformations with simple problems. Introduction to exchange of modelling data – Basic features of IGES, STEP, DXF, DMIS. 6 Hours UNIT - 3 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS: Introduction, basic concepts, discretization, element types, nodes and degrees of freedom, mesh generation, constraints, loads, pre-processing, Application to Static analysis. 6 Hours 12 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

Introduction to FEM. New Delhi .Newman and Sproull. Helical & Bevel gears.UNIT . Emory W. N. Modifying factors -size effect. 1995 2. 6 Hours 14 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . NC elements. Failure of brittle materials.6 CNC PROGRAMMING: Part program fundamentals – steps involved in development of a part program. Prentice Hall. 2003 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.4 NC. K. Manual part programming -milling & turning.Pradeep K Bhatia. of Lecture Hrs. Basic Computer Aided Geometric Design .N. : 06IP/IM56 : 04 : 52 PART . 3. I K International Publishing house Pvt. 2002 13 7. Bush & pin type flexible coupling. S -N diagram. 6 Hours UNIT .2008 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Subject Code No. with steady loading. DNC modes. Combined Stress concentration factor. Theories of failure -Maximum normal stress theory. Michel. NC Machine programming & software Design -Chno-Hwachang.3 JOINTS AND COUPLING: Design of rigid flange coupling. tool presetting. Robot Sensor.Programming Languages.2 DESIGN FOR FATIGUE STRENGTH: Introduction. Goodman and Soderberg relationship. Robot Configuration. shafts under fluctuating loads and combined loads 7 Hours PART . Stresses due to combined loading. CNC. Zimrners Jr Pearson Education inc.Steven Harrington. End effectors.dynamic and wear load.P.5 CNC MACHINE TOOLS: Turning tools geometry.Mikell P-Groover. high speed machine tools. CNC. stresses in gear tooth. Functions of computer in DNC.4 DESIGN OF SHAFTS: Torsion of shafts. milling and turning with problems 6 Hours UNIT . 8. Cotter and Knuckle joints. milling tooling systems. Static loads and factor of safety. advantages and limitations of NC.7 APT PROGRAMMING: APT Programming in drilling. Computer Aided Manufacturing . Design of spur gear. surface effect. Control and Interlock. Computer Graphics . Overview of different CNC machining centres. 7 Hours UNIT .B UNIT . Stress concentration.K. Distortion energy theory. Programming the Robots. Failure of ductile materials. High cycle fatigue. Principles of Interactive Computer Graphics . Fluctuating stresses. 4. Melkanoff.B UNIT . ASME & BIS codes for design of transmission shafting.K. form factor. M – I. McGraw Hill Book Co. design for strength & rigidity. CAD / CAM Principles and Applications . CNC machine tools. 6 Hours UNIT . cumulative fatigue damage.A.1 DESIGN FOR STATIC STRENGTH: Design considerations: Codes and Standards. 1999 5. Robot Applications. Rao. 2002 2. of Lecture Hrs. Determination of Stress concentration factor. Endurance limit. Lewis equation. Ltd. Stress concentration effects.T Chandra Patta Ashok D Bebgundu. CNC. 1989. CAD/CAM . Tat McGraw Hill. Robot Motions. Tewari and T.Ganesh. maximum shear stress theory.N. Work Cell. Fatigue strength under fluctuating stresses. Static strength. Rao. CAD/CAM -Ibrahim Zeid. CNC turning centres. ATC work holding. DNC TECHNOLOGY: NC. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1./ Week Total No. International.5 DESIGN OF GEARS: Introduction to Spur.A UNIT . New Delhi. 7 Hours UNIT . Robot. Low cycle fatigue. Tata McGraw Hill. TMH. 6. 8 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours PART . Kundra Tata McGraw Hill 1999.P. Computer Graphics .8 INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS: Introduction.

6. Determination of Viscosity of a lubricating oil using Redwoods and Say bolts – Viscometers. -Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 2002 Chorotar Publishing House 4. 3. Thermal efficiencies. : 06IML57 : 03 : 42 PART . Shah. New -Delhi. Lingaiah.7 DESIGN OF SPRINGS: Types of springs -stresses in Coil springs of circular and non circular cross sections. 2001 2. CBS Publication. FP and heat balance sheet Multi cylinder petrol / diesel engine (Morse Test) Calibration of Venturi meter Flow through pipes Performance test on centrifugal and reciprocating pumps IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 2. Fundamentals of Design -Benerad J Hamrock. 3. Suma Publications.UNIT . Machine Component & Design -William Orthwan. Ltd. of Practical Hrs./ Week Total No. K. 1983. Heat dissipated.2 -Dr. Strength of butt and fillet welds. H. Machine Design -R. C.B Group experiments 1. K. New Delhi. BP. Mechanical Engineering Design -Joseph Edward Shigley. B.String diagram. Jaico Publishing Co. Mahadevan and Balaveera Reddy. Welded Joints -Types. Fundamentals of Machine Design Component -Robert C. Stress in Leaf springs (Simple problems). K. Norton -Pearson Education Asia. Design Data Hand Book. Design Data Hand Book Vol. 5. DESIGN DATA HAND BOOKS: 1./ Week Total No. New Delhi. 7 Hours TEXTBOOKS: 1. Efficiency. Bo -Jacobson & Steven R. of Practical Hrs. lubricants and properties. 2. Belgaum. Tata McGraw Hill. 16 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 . Jain. 2002 3. Recording Techniques: Preparing the following charts and diagrams (Minimum 3 Charts) .A (Individual experiments) 1. : 06IML58 : 03 : 42 PART . Calculations of IP. New Delhi 1986 2. -Schaums Outline Series. .L. S. rivet materials. Maleev and Hartman. Khanna Publications. Failures of Riveted joints. Pandey and C. 2000 5.8 LUBRICATION AND BEARINGS: Mechanisms of Lubrication Viscosity.Outline process chart . Machine Design -. Design Data Hand Book -Prof. Design of Machine Elements -V. 7. Schmid. 15 MECHANICAL LABORATORY Subject Code No. Examples of journal bearing and thrust bearing design. 2. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Machine pesign -Robert .VL. Juvinall and Kurt M. selection of bearings of different types. Elements of Machine Design -N. Hall. PART . coefficient of friction. 6 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . SFC. of Practical Hrs. a. Holowinko. of Practical Hrs. Delhi. 3. Ball and Roller Bearings: Bearing life. bearing materials. Shri Shastri Prakashan.A METHOD STUDY 1.Flow process chart and Flow diagram . Performance Tests on Four stroke Petrol and Diesel Engines. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY Subject Code No. Determination of Flash point and Fire point of lubricating oil using Abel Pensky Martins Apparatus Determination of Calorific value of solid and gaseous fuels.l & Vol. Patil.6 MECHANICAL JOINTS: Riveted Joints -Types. minimum oil film thickness-Heat Generated. Bangalore. Bahandri. 3rd edition 2002 8. equivalent bearing load. bearing modulus. 4.Multiple Activity Chart .. CBS Publishers & Distribution. Marshek -John & sons . Laughlin. Tension and compression springs. Theory and Problems of Machine Design.

15. 7 Hours UNIT .B WORK MEASUREMENT VI SEMESTER FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND COSTING Subject Code No. Activity Based Costing and management 7 Hours UNIT .4 COSTING: Objectives of costing. Marginal costing and absorption costing.2 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS & ANALYSIS: Trial balance. Heat on human efficiency in work environments. Elements of costing. overhead cost variance. and Balance sheet. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. determination of operating cycle and working capital.B UNIT . 7. ACTIVITY BASED COSTING: Target Costing. revolutions per minute) using ergometer Effect of Noise. 6 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 6./ Week Total No. : 06IM61 : 04 : 52 PART . 3. Work Study . Introduction to Work Study . calorie consumption) using walking simulator Measurement of parameters (heart beat rate. 16. journal & ledger posting. Determination of standard time using PDA device and time study software Experiments on office work measurement through work sampling Measurement of parameters (heart beat rate.3 RATIO ANALYSIS: Balance sheet ratio’s. profit – loss account ratio’s. 6 Hours UNIT . labour. Rating practice using walking simulator Rating practice using pin board assembly Rating practice for dealing a deck of cards Rating practice for marble collection activity Determining the standard time for simple operations using stopwatch time study Exercises on estimating standard time using PMTS. 11.7 WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT: Factors influencing working capital requirement. 5. 10. of Lecture Hrs. 4. preparation of Trading and Profit & Loss account. methods of costing preparation of cost sheet (job costing) 6 Hours PART . 8 Hours UNIT . Development of Layout plans using SLP technique Experiments on Line balancing. of Lecture Hrs. calorie consumption. 13. 9.1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING: Introduction to Book keeping: double-entry accounting.2.Ralph & Barnes 2. PART .A UNIT . Light. 8.5 Process costing. and combined ratio’s.6 STANDARD COSTING: Material. 14. 6 Hours UNIT . Experiments on the Application of principle of motion economy Two handed process chart Exercises on conducting method study for assembling simple components and office work.ILO 17 18 . 12.

8 BUDGETING: Sales budget. Practical Costing . Exercises. 2.K 4. Pay – back comparison. Lease/ Buy decisions 2 Hours BREAK-EVEN ANALYSIS Basic Concepts Linear & non-linear break even analysis. Use of sinking fund method. Elements of Accountancy . TMH . Exercises and Discussion.2000 Net Present worth. Annuity contract for guaranteed income. 7 Hours UNIT .James. simple interest Compound interest. S. cash budget.N. of Lecture Hrs. Financial Management . Chand & Co. Estimation for simple components 4 Hours UNIT . 4th Edition.3 PRESENT WORTH COMPARISON: Conditions for present worth comparisons. 1998. consequences and control of inflation. Financial Management and Policy . Tata McGraw-Hill. Future worth comparison.KHAN & JAIN. selling and administrative expense budget. Management Accounting & Costing . Fixed. IRR misconceptions. Cost Accounting . . 6 Hours UNIT .B UNIT .4 EQUIVALENT ANNUAL WORTH COMPARISONS: Equivalent Annual Worth Comparison methods. : 06IP/IM62 : 04 : 52 PART . 2 Hours ESTIMATING & COSTING: Components of costs such as Direct Material Cost. 7 Hours UNIT . Engineering and Economics. Administrative – Over Heads. Selling price. 4th Edition.PRASAD .Ahuja. 3. Basic methods of computing depreciation charges 2 Hours STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES: Identifying and Defining alternatives. First Cost. Master budget.Khan M Y and Jain P K. Direct Labour Cost. replacement models. 5 Hours UNIT . Problems. Economic life for cycle replacements. 19 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . infinite lives.A UNIT .B.Makers. Cost of capital concepts. Factory Costs. 2.1 INTRODUCTION: Engineering Decision. IRR. Tata McGraw-Hill. Peerason education.2 INTEREST AND INTEREST FACTORS: Interest rate.7 EFFECTS OF INFLATION: Causes.. Cash. Basic Present worth comparisons. Tactics and Strategy 6 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours PART . Problem solving and Decision making. Marginal Cost. 12th edition.flow diagrams.6 DEPRECIATION: Causes of Depreciation. Present worth equivalence. After tax actual cash flow comparisons.S Raman. production budget. Minimum acceptable rate of return. Pandey./ Week Total No. Comparison of assets with equal and unequal lives. Assets with unequal lives. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Khanna and Arora.UNIT . C Vanhorne . obsolescence. of Lecture Hrs. Exercises. Intuition and Analysis. IRR analysis of mutually exclusive alternatives.Prasanna Chandra. Situations for Equivalent Annual Worth Comparison Consideration of asset life. Capital Budget view point. Flexible Budget. Ltd 2005 3. 4 Hours 20 ENGINEERING ECONOMY Subject Code No. Over – Heads.6 REPLACEMENT ANALYSIS: Deterioration. Discussions and problems. raw materials purchasing budget.5 RATE OF RETURN CALCULATIONS: Rate of return. inadequacy. Financial Management & Costing . Ranking criteria.

Ltd. New Age International Pvt. procedures and Practices.RIGGS J. of Lecture Hrs. The process of management and the materials functions. Environmental change. Demand and uncertainty and risk. A question of structuring Leadership style. 1 Hour INTERNATIONAL BUYING AND IMPORT PURCHASING: Industrial needs./ Week Total No.1 INTRODUCTION: Dynamics of materials management. The learning curve. Engineering Economy .PAUL DEGARMO. Total concepts. Integral control of flow of materials. Basis of licensing. Materials budget. benefits of integrated systems approach. price forecasting. Fundamental objectives of purchasing.2 FORECASTING. Purchasing policy and procedures budgets and statistics. The development of functional organization. Negotiation. The materials function. Effect of quantity discounts. Legal status of buyer. ABC inventory classification. Import application. System approach to material management. Categories of importers. Types of inventories.5 PURCHASING OF CAPITAL EQUIPMENT. stochastic models. information. Vendor development. Registration of licenses & Customs tariff. Reciprocity.4 PURCHASING IN MATERIALS MANAGEMENT: Systems concept. Legal aspects of purchasing. Warranties and conditions. interfaces. Dhanpat Rai & Sons 2000 2. An overview of the systems concept.OP KHANNA. Hedging. Vikas Publishing House 2002. Objectives of materials management. Organization of materials management. Vendorvendee relations. Law of Agency. Forecasting and planning. price determination. 2002 PURCHASING: Purchasing principles. Buying ethics. Income-tax clearance. Store keeping and inventory control.L. Demand forecasting. Max – Min system. Law of contract. Material management at micro-level. Import procedure and documents.2006 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 6 Hours UNIT . 3. Letter of credit. 2. Principles and standards of purchasing. functions of inventory management. Financial Management . Make-or-buy. Macmillan Pub.G. The need for systems approach. 4 Hours UNIT . Optional replenishment system. 2001. Babu and Rajendra –. Forward buying. 3. Industrial Engineering and Management . Engineering economy . Sources of supply and Supplier selection. 7 Hours PART . Documentation and Purchasing library.I M PANDAY. Price-cost analysis.TEXT BOOKS: 1. Inventories and demand uncertainty. Co. McGraw Hill.THUESENH. 4 Hours 21 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT .6 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: Definition of Inventory. Right of rejection. PLANT AND MACHINERY: Responsibility and decision. definition. Economic Order Quantity. Standard deterministic EOQ models – deterministic models. .B MATERIALS MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. Cost elements. 6 Hours UNIT . Import purchasing procedures. Basic tool. Engineering economy . Classification of stores. Right of inspection. Q-system. PHI. 5 Hours UNIT .7 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: Determining safety stock. Scope.A UNIT . Purchasing v/s Leasing.Naidu. Material requirement planning. Inventories of materials. of Lecture Hrs. The need of inventory and its management. 6 Hours UNIT . OBJECTIVES AND THE MATERIALS ORGANIZATION: Systems Design. Cost-plus contracts. Engineering economy . conclusion. 2002. A brief history of development. the materials cycle and flow control system. Forecasting methods.3 MATERIALS PLANNING: Making the materials plan work. An over-view. A practical approach. Responsibility and Limitations. : 06IM63 : 04 : 52 PART . inventory control. 6 Hours 22 . P-system.

Materials Management . velocity of the abrasive jet. tool wears.1 INTRODUCTION: History. Exponential concentrator of circular cross section & rectangular cross section Hallow cylindrical concentrator. Procedure. applications of chemical blanking. Electrochemical Grinding.. Applications. Comparison conventional and non-conventional machining process selection. In-process materials and management control. Mechanics of cutting : Theory of Miller & Shaw Effect of parameter : Effect of amplitude and frequency and vibration. Advantages & Disadvantages of AJM. Effect of grain diameter . 6 Hours 24 MECHANICAL PROCESS: Ultrasonic machining (USM) : Introduction. Limitations. Advantages & Disadvantages of USM.Lee Dobler-. Stores location and layout.8 STORES MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION: Storage system. Prentice Hall 2.4 ECM TOOLING: ECM tooling technique 7 example. Electrochemical Horning. Equipment. 8 Hours 23 . Work material. mechanism of metal removal./ Week Total No. Electrode wear. machine. Applications. Merits and demerits of codification. . Applications such as Electrochemical turning. Abrasive slurry. 6 Hours UNIT . spark generator. 6 Hours UNIT . Etching. Material removal rate. Economics of ECM. Hydrogen embrittlement. abrasive particles per unit volume of the carrier gas. 6 Hours NON -CONVENTIONAL MACHINING Subject Code No. Prentice hall of India Pvt Ltd. deburing. electrode material selection. Development of storing. Advantages & application of CHM.B UNIT . 8 Hours UNIT . Mean No.: An Integrated Approach. process characteristics of CHM :. 4 Hours MATERIALS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM AND COMPUTER: MIS – Management and MM. Tool &insulation materials. Elements of process Chemical blanking process :. Anode work piece. of Lecture Hrs. Nozzle wear. Accuracy. between IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Text and cases. Materials accounting and materials audit. masking with photo resists. Study of ECM machine. : 06IP/IM64 : 04 : 52 PART . Equipment.Datta. source of DC power.Preparation of work piece. Electrolyte. dielectric fluid. Tool size Electrolyte flow arrangement. Accuracy & surface finish. Process characteristics – Material removal rate.A UNIT . Accuracy.3 ELECTROCHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL METAL REMOVAL PROCESS: Electrochemical machining (ECM): Introduction. surface finish. Standardization and variety reduction. Cutting tool system design : Magnetostriction assembly. Effect of applied static load. surface finish. A K. Effect of slurry. Electrode manufacture. of Lecture Hrs.Process steps – masking.5 CHEMICAL MACHINING (CHM): Introduction. stand off distance (SOD) nozzle design shape of cut.UNIT .. Centralization and Decentralization of stores.. Classification. New Delhi 2001 REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Advantages. USM process Characteristics . Elements of ECM process : Cathode tool. Variables in AJM: carrier Gas Type of abrasive. the system. under sizing and length of electrode Machining time.2 ABRASIVE JET MACHINING (AJM): Introduction. tool materials & tool Size. Surface finish. EDM tools (electrodes) Electrode feed control. Tool and work material. Preparation of masters.6 EDM PROCESS: Introduction. Computer systems for MIS and MM. Size of abrasive grain. etching for blanking. Handling of slug. Purchase Managemnet . EDM tool design : Choice of matching operation. 3 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.Gopal Krishnan and Sundaresan. Tool cone (Concentrator).material removal rate accuracy. 1st Edition UNIT . Chemistry of the process ECM process characteristics – Material removal rate. Materials Management . chemical milling (Contour machining) :.

audit reporting. 6 Hours UNIT . TATA Mc Graw Hill 2000. standardized formula.5 CONTROL CHARTS FOR ATTRIBUTES: Controls chart for fraction non. Modern Machining Process . 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1./ Week Total No.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE: Definition and concept of quality assurance. 4. published sampling plans. Control charts for X bar and standard deviation (S). Application: EDM accessories / applications. Choice between variables and attributes control charts. Quality audit concept. 3. structuring the audit program. development and use of X bat and S chart. Introduction to Quality function deployment. of Lecture Hrs. of Lecture Hrs. Applications. Safety precautions. Control chart for non-conformities (defects) – development and operation of control chart for constant sample size and variable sample size. ingredients of a quality program. rational subgroups. average outgoing quality level. Brief history of quality methodology. UNIT . Seven QC tools.R. Quality costs – four categories costs and hidden costs. Case Studies on application of SPC. interpretation of charts.I K International Publishing house Pvt. sample size and sampling frequency. economics of inspection. Brief discussion on – Pre control X bar and S control charts with variable sample size. Analysis of patterns of control charts. electrical discharge grinding. Guidelines for implementing control charts. Thermal Metal cutting processes . Quality Engineering terminology. development and use of X bat and R charts.K.6 SAMPLING INSPECTION: Concept of accepting sampling. Process characteristics. Basic principles of control charts. Operating characteristic curves – construction and use.ADITYAN 2002. Brief discussion on sporadic and chronic quality problems. Accuracy surface finish. moving-range charts. Production Technology. by HMT TATA McGraw Hill 2001. statistical basis of the charts. choice of control limits.B G Ranganath . Dimensions of Quality.BHATTACHARAYA 2000 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.I K International Publishing house Pvt.1 INTRODUCTION: Definition of Quality. Quality function. Mechanism of Metal removal. EDM process characteristic: Metal removal rate. Machine tool selection. audit approach etc. 2.UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Travelling wire EDM. brief discussion on variable sample size. Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools . average total inspection.B UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT .conforming (defectives) development and operation of control chart. Statistical methods for quality improvement. planning and performing audit activities. Gauge R and R and MSA. relation to product tolerance and six sigma concept of process capability. 6 Hours 25 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . selection of gas. equipment nonthermal generation of plasma. Advantages and limitations. producer risk and consumer risk.Singal . Heat affected Zone. New technology .PANDEY AND SHAH.A UNIT . 2. 8 Hours PART . Ltd. cusum chart.4 CONTROL CHARTS FOR VARIABLES: Controls charts for X bar and Range ®.7 EDM PROCESS CHARACTERISTICS: Flushing – Pressure flushing synchronized with electrode movement. 8 Hours UNIT . Process capability – Basic definition.8 PLASMA ARC MACHINING (PAM): Introduction. double and multiple sampling. control charts for individual measurements. Determinations of average outgoing quality. departmental assurance activities. : 06IP/IM65 : 04 : 52 PART . Ltd. Modern machining process . PAM parameters. 6 Hours 26 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND RELIABILITY Subject Code No.3 STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL: Introduction to statistical process control – chance and assignable causes variation. Acceptance plans – single.

Evaluation of Interacting functions. attractive features of value analysis.1 INTRODUCTION TO VALUE ANALYSIS: Definition of Value. Symptoms to apply value analysis.5 VALUE ENGINEERING JOB PLAN: Meaning and Importance of Value Engineering Job plan. ISO 9000 a Manual for Total Quality Management . advantages and limitations of Value analysis. Detailed case studies of simple products.J M Juran. KM Babu and G. Separation and Grouping of functions. Peeling cost Onion concept. Tata McGraw Hill. Function evaluation process. Coaching of Champion concept. types of value & their effect in cost reduction. 2. Methods of function evaluation. 7 Hours UNIT . Value Analysis. Redundancy and improvement factors evaluations. uses. paralleled and series-parallel device configurations. Steps in problem setting system.D C Montgomery 3rd Edition. Value management.K. 2nd Edition 3. primary and secondary functions using verb and Noun. Identification. of Lecture Hrs. Case studies. ELECTIVE-I (GROUP A) VALUE ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL BEST PRACTICE Subject Code No.8 RELIABILITY AND LIFE TESTING: Failure models of components.3 FUNCTIONAL COST AND ITS EVALUATION: Meaning of Function and Functional cost. Types of functions. Introduction to statistical Quality Control . Rajendra – New Age International Pvt. MTBF. McGraw Hill. Frank M Gryna. 7 Hours UNIT . PROBLEM SETTING & SOLVING SYSTEM: Goods system contains everything the task requires. 6 Hours PART . definition of reliability. 6th Edition 2. Value Analysis versus Value Engineering. types of failure. New Delhi – 2007. MISS technique. Evaluation of function by comparison. Numerical evaluation of functional relationships and case studies.UNIT .Kesavan R. matrix technique. of Lecture Hrs.” Prenctice Hall PTR.7 STATISTICAL THEORY OF TOLERANCES: Application of statistical theory of tolerances to design of tolerances in random assemblies and application in other areas. Value analysis procedure by simulation. Evaluation of function from available data. Value Analysis Zone.2 TYPE OF VALUES: Reasons for unnecessary cost of product. unsuspected areas responsible for higher cost. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS 1. common failure rate curve. John Wiley and Sons. Total Quality Management ./ Week Total No. Phases of job plan proposed by different value IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 27 28 . Statistical Quality Control . International. : 06IP/IM661 : 04 : 52 PART . I. Failure rate.4 PROBLEM SETTING & SOLVING SYSTEM: A problem solvable stated is half solved.Suresh Dalela and Saurabh. Meaning of Value. 3. Various steps in problem solving. reliability evaluation in simple cases of exponential failures in series. Value Engineering.B UNIT . Rules for functional definition. The QS9000 Documentation Toolkit -Janet L Novak and Kathleen C Bosheers. Total Quality Management – NVR Naidu.2006 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 3rd edition. 6 Hours UNIT . Applications. Ltd . S Chand and Co. 6 Hours UNIT . Value Analysis versus Traditional cost reduction techniques. Quality Planning & Analysis . case studies.A UNIT . 1st Edition 4.Grant and Leavenworth.

Sales. Value analysis of Management practice (VAMP). College.B UNIT . principle of super position applied to Simple Harmonic Motions.engineering experts. Logarithmic decrement.1 INTRODUCTION: Types of vibrations. Engineering. 8 Hours UNIT . Elements of Production Planning and Control – Samuel Eilon. application of VAMP to Government. Edn 1981 5. Fourier theorem and simple problems. study of response of viscous damped systems for cases of under damping. undamped free vibration – natural frequency of free vibration. Details with Case examples for each of the Techniques. 6 Hours UNIT .Jagannathan Tata Mcgraw Hill Pub. of Lecture Hrs. Universal Book Corporation. 1982. Whirling of shafts with and without air damping.6 VALUE ENGINEERING TECHNIQUES: Result Accelerators or New Value Engineering Techniques. Systems Consultancy Services Edn 1993 2.. Beats.. Edn 1981 3. Value Engineering and Cost Reduction – Edward D Heller Addison Wesley Publishing Company 1971 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. and case studies. School Problems etc. Vittal.5 VIBRATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: Accelerometer and vibrometers. Quality Control. An Introduction to Operational Research – C R Kothari Vikas Pub. 6 Hours UNIT . sharpness of resonance. Comp. Role of techniques in Value Engineering. principal modes and normal modes of vibration. Value engineering for COST REDUCTION and PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT – M. Analysis phase. Edn. Comparison of approach of Value analysis & other management techniques.. 7 Hours PART . Creative phase./ Week Total No. (service type problems). 6 Hours UNIT . concept of critical damping and its importance. solution by complex algebra. manufacturing. 29 MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS Subject Code No. Reciprocating and rotating unbalance. Single degree of freedom systems and Simple problems. Listing. of Lecture Hrs.8 APPLICATION OF VALUE ANALYSIS: Application of Value analysis in the field of Accounting.S. effect of mass of spring.H. steps involved in VAMP. Discussion of speeds above and below critical speeds. Information phase. stiffness of spring elements. Edn 1995 4. Value Engineering – Arther E Mudge McGraw Hill Book Comp. Hospitals. University.3 DAMPED FREE VIBRATIONS: Single degree freedom systems. 6 Hours UNIT . critical and over damping.2 UNDAMPED FREE VIBRATIONS: Introduction. Judgement phase. vibration isolation – transmissibility ratio. marketing. Management. Value Management.M. Concept of response. Cost reduction. steady state solution with viscous damping due to harmonic force. Value analysis change proposal. Value Analysis for Better Management – Warren J Ridge American Management Association Edn 1969 2. Energy dissipated by damping. Material Management Etc. Development planning phase. different types of damping. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Ltd. 30 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 .4 FORCED VIBRATION: Single degree freedom systems. House Pvt. co-ordinate coupling.7 ADVANCED VALUE ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES: Functional analysis system technique and case studies. : 06IP/IM662 : 04 : 52 PART . Purchasing.6 SYSTEMS WITH TWO DEGREES OF FREEDOM: Introduction. Appearance Design. Cost reduction programs. 6 Hours UNIT . base excitation. 7 Hours UNIT . S. Getting More at Less Cost (The Value Engineering Way) – G.A UNIT . criteria for cost reduction program.

. 4th Edition. Gupta.BASIC DEFINITIONS: Displacement method Nodal degrees of freedom different coordinate systems shape functions. 7 Hours 32 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 31 . Tata McGrawHill. 6 Hours UNIT – 3 CONTINUUM METHODS: Variational methods Rayleigh-Ritz methods applied to simple problems on axially loaded members cantilever. Simply supported and fixed beam with point loads and UDL Galerkin method as applied to simple elasticity problem. 9. Graham Kelly. : 06IP/IM663 : 04 : 52 PART . 7 Hours UNIT . Mechanical Vibrations – Kelly. Forced Oscillations – Harmonic excitation. Orthogonality of principal modes. 1996. 6. torsional vibration of rods. Morse & Hincle. Eigen values and eigen vectors.5 BOUNDARY CONDITIONS: SPC and MPC. Magrab. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Lagrangian polynomial. Mechanical Vibrations by Austin. Fundamental of Mechanical Vibration by S. Geared and branched systems.A UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. McGraw Hill. Fundamentals of Vibrations by Leonard Mcirovitch. Theory of Vibration with applications by William T. 5th Edition.2 BASIC OF THEORY OF ELASTICITY: Definition of stress and strain. Influence co-efficient. 3. simple problems. Rayleigh’s method.4 FEM. 1963. 5. Mc Graw Hill International Edition 2000. 2pt and 3pt formula. John Wiley and Sons. methods of solution of linear algebraic equations. Simple numeric Gaussian Quadrature – 1 pt.. stress-strain relations.I K International Publishing house Pvt. Stodola method. Tse. 7.S. complete Formulation of bar-truss-beam-triangular-quadrilateral Tetrahedral hexahedral elements. 2001. S. Applications: (a) Vehicle suspension (b) Dynamic vibration absorber (c) Dynamics of Reciprocating Engines. vibration of string. Maxwell reciprocal theorem. Thomson Asia. New Age Intl. Theory & Practice of Mechanical Vibrations. 7 Hours UNIT . Engineering Vibrations by William J Bottega . Schaum’s Outline Series. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibrations by S. Mechanical Vibrations by Singireru.. 2. 4. 8. 2000. 2003. McGraw Hill. 2003. Pearson Education Inc.B UNIT . longitudinal vibration of rods. J. Prentice Hall India. Rao. ISO parametric sub parametric super parametric elements Convergence criteria – requirements of convergence of a displacement model. Pearson Education Inc. Ltd. Geared systems. Holzer’s method. Methods of handling boundary conditions eliminating method-penalty method.1 INTRODUCTION TO FEM: Need for sue of FEM – Advantages and Disadvantages of FEM Matrix algebra – Terminologies relating ot matrices. H. of Lecture Hrs. Publication 2001. Thomson and Maric Dillon Dahleh. free vibration in terms of initial conditions. Graham Kelly. 7 Hours UNIT . 2. 2003. M D OF systems. strain-displacement Relations in 2D and 3D Cartesian and polar coordinates. Introduction. 1990. 6 Hours PART ./ Week Total No. Vibrations by Balakumar Balachandran and Edward B.7 CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS: Introduction. Simple numericals. 7 Hours UNIT . Euler’s equation for beams. Vibrations. Rao & K. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Subject Code No.8 NUMERICAL METHODS FOR MULTI DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEMS: Dunkerley’s equation. Church.generalized and principal co-ordinates.

Methods.L. Solver post processor. Concepts & applications of FEA . Interviews) 7 Hours PART . 2. transfers. University press. Theory and Practice of Finite elements .UNIT . 4. Personal Counselling based on Annual Confidential Reports. Introduction to axis symmetric problems-formulation of axis symmetric triangular element. Tetrahedral and hexahedral elements (non-Formulation) – Pascal triangle – Pascal pyramid.Logon. Advertisement. 5. (Tutorial on written test. 2.4 SELECTION: Selection procedure – Written Test. Group Discussion. 2002. Training Evaluation. Fundamentals of Finite Element method . 2004.I K International Publishing house Pvt. 3. Finite element analysis .7 DYNAMIC ANALYSIS: Formulating-element mass matrics for 1D and 2D element. Psychological testing – Advantages and limitations. Job Specification 7 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Interview – Different methods. Types. 7 Hours UNIT . Executive Development – Different Approaches. Thomson Learning 3rd edi.7 COUNSELLING AAND HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING: Characteristics.N.Alexandre ERN . Introduction to Finite elements in engineering .A UNIT . Group Discussion. 7 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. : 06IP/IM664 : 04 : 52 PART . 6 Hours UNIT .Chandrupatla. advantages and Limitations. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Suggestions for personnel development. Objectives.6 HIGHER ORDER ELEMENTS: Bar – triangular-quadrilateral elements. Need. 6 Hours UNIT . Ltd – 2004. A First course in Finite Element methods . communication process. Non-executive development – Different methods.Reddy – Tat McGraw Hill edition 2002. Functions and Policies. Training Budget. 2001.Daryl. Short Listing of Candidates calling Candidates for selection Process. communication function. Pre-processor.3 RECRUITMENT: Sources of Man power. Advantages and limitations of different methods. promotion exit interview. 2002.Robert Cook etal – Jonh willey & sons 2002. effective IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 33 34 . Methods of Man Power Forecasting. Induction procedure. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No.8 One dimensional steady state heat conduction Formulation of 1D element simple numerical using 1D element. Structure of a commercial FE package. Function.B UNIT . computation of eigen value and vector for simple one Dimensional analysis.Hutton – Mc Graw Hill.6 PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL: Components (all round performance appraisal). REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Finite Element Method -J. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Subject Code No.Chandraupatla and Belegundu – Pearson edn.2 HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING: Uses and benefits. Man Power Inventory. job Description. Man Power Forecasting.5 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: Identification of Training needs.1 INTRODUCTION: Evolution of HRM.

People. ISBN – 0-07451710-8 REFERENCES BOOKS: 1. 7 Hours UNIT . 8 Hours 36 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. Defining Scheduling. Monitoring. Characteristics. Considerations in Real Time systems. 2002 2. Principles. Principles. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS 1. Industrial tribunal. Advantages of HR accounting. Empirical Estimation Models.6 SYSTEM ANALYSIS CONCEPT AND PRINCIPLES: Requirement analysis.1 THE PRODUCT AND THE PROCESS: The product . Technical review. Modular design. Industrial disputes settlement machinery. Industrial Acts by Jain. 6 Hours UNIT . Data Dictionary. Software failure modes. 6 Hours UNIT . Data Modelling. Decomposition Techniques. software structure and modularity. Risk identification. software reliability. Data reliability. Human Resources Management – Dr.5 SOFTWARE PROJECT SCHEDULING AND TRACKING: Basic concepts.communication. Management of Human Resources – CB Mamoria – Himalaya Publication House. System. Problem. Works committee. Project estimation. Process 6 Hours 35 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . Edition 1999 2.4 RISK MANAGEMENT: Reactive v/s Proactive Risk Strategies. : 06IM665 : 04 : 52 PART . Data Design. Testability SOFTWARE QUALITY AND RELIABILITY: Introduction. software prototyping.B UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . 2004 UNIT . The Process Software process. Automated estimation tools. Scope. specifications. Documentation Design Methods.Linear. Interface Design. Design for Real Time Systems.A UNIT . Procedural Design. Software Risks. Compulsory arbitration. of Lecture Hrs. Software Development Life cycle. 6 Hours PART . Analysis and Simulation of Real Time Systems. 7 Hours UNIT . defining a task set selection. Various methods of accounting.3 SOFTWARE PROJECT PLANNING: Objectives. Cost impact of software defects. and Applications. Models . Examples. statistical Quality assurance. 6 Hours UNIT . Fault tolerance. Risk projection. Voluntary Arbitration. Functional Modelling and Information Flow./ Week Total No. Make-buy decision. Project Plan SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE: Quality assurance concept. OBJECT ORIENTED CONCEPT AND PRINCIPLES: Object Oriented Concepts. Industrial Relations – Arun Monappa – TMH. RAD. Process Technology. standing orders act. Management of Organisations Behaviour – Hersey and Blanchard – Prentice Hall of India Edn – 1998 3. Adjudication. ISO 9000 Quality standards. Board of Conciliation. of Lecture Hrs. language. 2003 3. Indian factories act. Personnel / Human resource Management – Decenoz and robbins PHI. Tata McGraw Hill. sequential.8 SOFTWARE TESTING: Objectives. Identifying the elements of an object model.8 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: Indian trade union act. Prototype. Human resource records. Components. Court of inquiry.7 SYSTEM DESIGN CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES: Design Process Concept. software checking and software testing. Structured Analysis. K Ashwathappa. Resource. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES AND SETTLEMENT: Indian Industrial Disputes act.2 SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS: The Management Specification.Evolving role of Software.

Shooman. Extend 37 To test the Goodness of fit for the given quality characteristic using Normal distribution 2./ Week : 03 Exam Hours Total No. 4. 2. 5. 14. 11. Exercises on QFD Note: Minimum 14 Exercises to be conducted in this lab. Pearson Education. 9.J M Juran. Arena.B 8. Construction of control charts using Systat Software 12. Witness.3rd Edition. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2. Quality Planning & Analysis. Introduction to statistical Quality Control D C Montgomery . of Practical Hrs. 3. TATA Mc Graw Hill Publications./ Week Total No. 6. Double and Multiple sampling plans. QUALITY ENGINEERING LAB Subject Code : 06IML68 IA Marks No. 16. Construction of control chart for variable quality characteristic using Digital Motorized Multifunctional Height Gauge SQC Display unit SQC/SPC software 10. Conduction of Design of Experiments – Full Factorial approach for the given quality characteristic for machining operations. Assessing Process Capability of the given manufacturing process using Normal Probability paper method and process capability indices 7.A 1. Conduction of Repeatability and Reproducibility studies for appraiser and instrument using R&R Software 6. Attribute sampling Plans – Single. Assessing Process Capability of the given manufacturing process using Digital Motorized Multifunctional Height Gauge and SQC Display unit PART . 13.Somerville. Construction of control chart for attribute quality characteristic 11. 12. To test the Goodness of fit for the given quality characteristic using Binomial distribution 4. 10. of Practical Hrs. Software Engineering – Pressman. Computer Science Series TATA McGraw-Hill Publications. To test the Goodness of fit for the given quality characteristic using Uniform distribution 5. Software Engineering . Experiments on multiple linear regressions 15. Quest.. 3. 9. Introduction to Simulation Packages Understanding the Simulation Package Identifying probability distributions for given data Building simulation models for manufacturing operations (Electronic assembly – With Basic templates) Building simulation models for manufacturing operations (Electronic assembly – With Common templates) Building simulation models for manufacturing operations with transport System Building simulation models for manufacturing operations with layout PART . 3rd edn. John Wiley and Sons.TEXT BOOK: 1. 6th Edn. of Practical Hrs. : 06IML67 : 03 : 42 PART .Grant and Leavenworth. 13. : 42 Exam Marks PART . Delhi – 2001 2. Building simulation models for manufacturing operations with layout and transport System Building simulation Models for Banking service ( Bank teller problem) Building simulation Models for Mortgage application problem Building simulation Models for food processing problem Building simulation Models for Post office animation Statistical Analysis of Simulation models ( input analysis) Statistical Analysis of Simulation models (output analysis) IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 Suggested Software Packages Promodel. : : : 25 03 50 SIMULATION LAB Subject Code No. Exercises on FMEA and Reliability 18. Frank M Gryna.B 8. Exercises to demonstrate Taguchi’s Orthogonal Array technique through DOE software. Tata McGraw Hill. McGraw Hill 38 . Experiments on correlation and Simple linear regressions 14. Statistical Quality Control . 6th edition REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Software Engineering . of Practical Hrs. 17. Experiments on Application of 7 QC Tools as applied to Manufacturing and Service Operations. To test the Goodness of fit for the given quality characteristic using Poisson distribution 3. 7.A 1.

8 COORDINATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN: The role of IT supply Chain. International transportation. perishable assets. Role. Ernest L Nichols.4 PLANNING AND MANAGING INVENTORIES IN A SUPPLY CHAIN: Review of inventory concepts. evaluating network design decisions using decision using decision trees. Lean supply chains.Dr. 7 Hours PART . Managerial levers to improve supply chain profitability.2 DESIGNING THE SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK: Distribution Networking – Role. Transportation.3 FACILITY LOCATION AND NETWORK DESIGN: Models for facility location and capacity allocation.University of Nevada. selection and contracts. Thomson Learning. Factors. safety inventory determination. Revenue management for: Multiple customer segments. Expanding strategic scope. ISBN: 81-297-0113-8 2. Impact of uncertainty on SCN – discounted cash flow analysis. Framework for Design Decisions. 2002.1 BUILDING A STRATEGIC FRAME WORK TO ANALYSE SUPPLY CHAINS: Supply chain stages and decision phases process view of a supply chain. Managerial levers to achieve co-ordination. Dale S. seasonal demand. Mc Graw Hill 4. Rogers. Case discussion. Optimum level of product availability.. Analytical problems. Analytical problems. of Lecture Hrs. Reno.. 8 Hours UNIT . 3 Hours SUGGESTED TEXT BOOK: 1. : 06IP/IM71 : 04 : 52 PART . Ronald S.VII SEMESTER SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. Obstacles to achieving fit. Managing multiechelon cycle inventory. Supply chain flows. Design. 6 Hours UNIT . Jr. TRANSPORTATION AND PRICING PRODUCTS: Role of sourcing. Achieving strategic fit.B UNIT .. Sunil Chopra & Peter Meindl. Modes of transportation and their performance characteristics. Impact of supply uncertainty aggregation and replenishment policies on safety inventory. Designing & Managing the Supply Chain -David Simchi Levi. 7 Hours UNIT . Internal SCM. Supply Chain Network (SCN) – Role. importance factors. Factors affecting transportation decisions. Components. Supply Chain Management – 2001. Examples of supply chains.A UNIT ./ Week Total No. Case discussions. Building strategic partnerships. Role Revenue Management in the supply chain. Center for Logistics Management. The Supply Chain IT framework. Drivers of supply chain performance. applications. Routing and scheduling in transportation. Tailored transportation. Competitive and supply chain strategies. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 6 Hours UNIT . ISBN 0-534-37363 3. 6 Hours 39 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . Tibben-Lembke. Modelling the Supply Chain -Jeremy F Shapiro. CRM. Pearson Education Asia. Framework for structuring drivers – Inventory. Going Backwards Reverse Logistics Trends and Practices -Dr. 40 . 3 Hours EMERGING CONCEPTS: Reverse Logistics.7 COORDINATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN: Co-ordination in a supply chain: Bullwhip effect. Trade-off in transportation design. Information. TRANSPORTATION AND PRICING PRODUCTS: Role of transportation. Strategy. Planning & Operation. E-business in practice. implementation. of Lecture Hrs. bulk and spot contracts. Design collaboration. Philip Kaminsky & Edith Simchi Levi. supplier – scoring & assessment. Activities. Duxbury. 2002. 6 Hours UNIT . Implementation of Six Sigma in Supply Chains. Designing transportation network. Reasons. ISBN: 81-7808-272-1. The E-business framework. Obstacles to coordination. Trade promotions. Facilities. The role of E-business in a supply chain. SRM.5 SOURCING.6 SOURCING. Pearson Education Inc. Supply Chain Redesign – Transforming Supply Chains into Integrated Value Systems -Robert B Handfield. RFID Systems.

5 PROACTIVE IMPROVEMENT: Management diagnosis of seven steps of reactive improvement. General guidelines for management diagnosis of a QI story. Total Quality Management . phases in hosing managementstrategic planning (proactive). phase-in.V.A UNIT . Introduction to proactive improvement. Rajendra. diffusion of success stories. process control and process improvement. “Management for Total Quality” -N Logothetis.8 SOCIETAL NETWORKING: Networking and societal diffusion – Regional and nationwide networking. Initiation strategies. Dual function of work. Future fitness’s.6 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: Teamwork skill. organization setting. training and E education. TQM as learning system. openness with real cases.Babu.1 OVERVIEW OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT: History of TQM. 6 Hours UNIT .B UNIT . evolution of company integration. Management by process. Crosby and quality treatment. principles for activating teamwork. FOCUS ON CUSTOMERS. New Delhi. Reactive Improvement.s theory of TQC. of Lecture Hrs. New Delhi. Imai’s Kaizen. Portlans (USA) .Prentice Hall of India.I K International Publishing house Pvt. CEO involvement Example strategies for TQM introduction. orientation phase. promotional activities. evolution of methodology.M. 2006 3. : 06IM72 : 04 : 52 PART .– Productivity Press. standard steps for proactive improvement.7 HOSHIN MANAGEMENT: Definition. seven QC tools. a TQM model for skill development. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. process control. creativity in team processes. process versus creativity. Development of four fatnesses. 1993 2. 2. controlling with metiers (control). Proactive Improvement. seven steps case study.R Naidu.s quality trilogy. check and act (reactive). Hoshin management versus management by objective. Applying proactive improvement to develop new products. of Lecture Hrs. summary of skill development. hoshin deployment. WV model of continuous improvement.-N. 6 Hours UNIT . 1994. evolution of the parallel organization. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. -Roger C Swanson. Center for quality Management case study. four revolutions in management thinking. Ishikawa. dynamics of a societal learning system. Discussion on case study for diagnosis of the seven steps. change agents.s company wide quality control. infrastructure for networking. Axioms of TQM. 2008 42 . Continuous Improvement.2 EVOLUTION OF QUALITY CONCEPTS AND METHODS: Quality concepts.3 FOUR REVOLUTIONS IN MANAGEMENT THINKING: Customer focus. 6 Hours PART . and Fegenbaum. and four levels of practice 7 Hours UNIT . awards and incentives monitoring and diagnosis. contributions of Quality Gurus – Deming’s approach. 1995. Juran. example-customer visitation. and customers.TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. hoshin management and conventional business planning. Total Quality Management .4 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: Improvement as problem solving process. Publisher Vanity Books International. Change in work concept marketing. K.three stages and nine steps. “A New American TQM Four Practical Revolutions in Management” -Shoji Shiba. keeping pace with the need for skill. teams and teamwork. Identifying the problem. an alternative hoshin deployment system. alignment phase.Kesavan R . Goal setting (Vision/ Mission). semantics. 7 Hours UNIT . Alan Graham and David Walden./ Week Total No. quality of conformance versus quality of design from deviations to weaknesses to opportunities. and Societal Networking. hoshin management as “systems Engineering” for alignment. 6 Hours 41 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . The Quality Improvement Hand Book. 6 Hours UNIT . Ltd. Infrastructure for mobilization. standard steps and tools. Total participation.

Scheduling methodology. JOB-SHOP SHEDULING: Types of schedules.3 FORECASTING DEMAND: Forecasting objectives and uses. Productions & operations management . Manufacturing and service systems. Johnson’s rule for ‘n’ jobs on 2 and 3 machines. Management as a science. Historical development. Line flows. Capacity management. Production and Operations Management -Pannerselvam. Economic models.1 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS: Introduction. Pearson Education Asia 44 . MRP: Underlying concepts. Master scheduling objectives. capacity control.James Dilworth. 6 Hours PART . Objectives of aggregate planning. Chary. 3rd edition 4. Scheduling strategy and guide lines. R.5th edition PHI REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Operations Management -Lee J Karjewski and Larry P Ritzman. 3. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours 43 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . : 06IP/IM73 : 04 : 52 PART . Operations management.. International dimensions of productivity. FLOW –SHOP SCHEDULING: Introduction. of Lecture Hrs. Decision support systems. Forecasting variables. Minimizing the number of tardy jobs. Statistical models. Factors affecting productivity. Regression and correlation methods. Standardized components and work methods. Weighted SPT rule.6 SCHEDULING AND CONTROLLING PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES: Introduction. continuous improvement 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 4th edition 2.B UNIT . Production systems decisions. PAC. close supplier Ties. CRP activities. J. The environment of operations. Framework for decision making. Decision methodology. Design and systems capacity.Adam & Ebert. of Lecture Hrs. 6th Edn. SPT rule.planning and scheduling. 6 Hours UNIT . S. Operations Management -Monks. small lot sizes. McGraw-Hill International Editions. Modern Production/Operations Management -Buffa.G. Opinion and Judgemental methods./ Week Total No..N..– strategy and Analysis. 6 Hours UNIT . Characteristics of decisions.7 SINGLE MACHINE SCHEDULING: Concept. consistently high quality. Master scheduling methods. Heuristic procedure. Flexible workforce. priority control. EDD rule. 4 Hours UNIT .. Capacity planning. 3rd edition 3. Time series methods. Uniform workstation loads. Exponential smoothing. The trend: Information and Non-manufacturing systems.4 AGGREGATE PLANNING AND MASTER SCHEDULING: Introduction. Production and Operations Management. scheduling 2 jobs on ‘m’ machines.a look ahead. Prevention maintenance. Aggregate planning methods. PHI.OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. System parameters. 2nd edition PHI.8 LEAN SYSTEMS: Characteristics of Just-in-Time operations. Operations management . 8 Hours UNIT . Application and control of forecasts. Automated production.5 MATERIAL AND CAPACITY REQUIREMENTS PLANNING: Overview: MRP and CRP. 4 Hours SYSTEM DESIGN AND CAPACITY: Introduction. 2. System refinements. Wiely Eastern Ltd. CDS heuristic. Pull method of materials flow.2 OPERATIONS DECISION MAKING: Introduction. Objectives and Data requirements. 1987..A UNIT . MRP logic. measures of performance. TataMcGraw Hill.

A UNIT .1 INTRODUCTION: OR methodology. Problems. 2007 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.2nd Edn. floats. 45 46 .6 PROJECT MANAGEMENT USING NETWORK ANALYSIS: Network construction. Sharma – Kedarnath. Pearson Education Pvt Ltd . Solution space. Two person zero sum game.4 ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM: Formulation of the Assignment problem. Ravindram and Soleberg. dominance property. PHI. unbalanced assignment problem. Variants in Transportation Problems. Application of OR to engineering and Managerial problems. Prentice Hall of India. 1996 3. Operations Research Theory and Application -J K Sharma. 6th edition. basic feasible.5 QUEUING THEORY: Queuing system and their characteristics. Graphical method.D. 1992. Features of OR models. Group Replacement Policies. PERTEstimation of project duration. 2. : 06IP/IM74 : 04 : 52 PART . Definition of OR. Operations Research -S. Limitation of OR. 6 Hours UNIT . determination of critical path and duration. Least Cost. Unbalanced transportation problem. Basic feasible solution using different methods (North-West corner.Kanthi Swarup & others –Sultan chand and Sons. Introduction to Operation Research -Hiller and Libermann. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. and crashing 8 Hours UNIT . Redundancy. 2nd Edition. 6 Hours UNIT -8 GAME THEORY: Formulations of games. McGraw Hill 5th edn. The M/M/I Queuing system. M/M/K/ Model 6 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . mathematical formulation. Operations Research . Operation Research and Introduction -Taha H A. games with and without saddle point. optimal. Principles of Operations Research -Philips. 6 Hours UNIT . reasons for replacement. Vogel’s Approximation Method) Optimality Methods. solution – feasible. Steady state performance analysing of M/M/1 queuing model. Applications of Transportation problems. ISBN-0333-92394-4 4. mx2 game). variants of simplex algorithm – Artificial basis techniques. 8 Hours UNIT .7 REPLACEMENT ANALYSIS: Introduction. variance. infeasible.3 TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM: Formulation of transportation model. 1999 2. multiple.OPERATIONS RESEARCH Subject Code No. Ramnath &Co. optimal. of Lecture Hrs. Degeneracy./ Week Total No. travelling salesman problem 6 Hours PART . of Lecture Hrs. Degeneracy in transportation problems. Solution of LPP using duality concept.– Theory and Practice. Duality. Dual simplex method. standard form.2 LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Simplex method. Models of OR LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Definition. Individual Replacement of machinery or equipment with/without value of money. Economic interpretation of Dual. graphical solutions (2x n.B UNIT .

1 Faculty and External Experts./ Week Total No.problems in project equation legal. – A Hand Book Learning systems. of Lecture Hrs. 1st Edition 3. commercial and financial appraisal . Integrated Data Model. EDI . 7 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours 47 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . 6 Hours PART . REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.B UNIT .developing operational expertise. The advantages of ERP. On-line Analytical Processing.V.I K International Publishing house Pvt. financial and environmental aspects.6 SMALL INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT: Small Industries development in India and its concepts.Anil Kumar. Evolution of ERP.2 DEFINITION AND CONCEPT OF ENTERPRISE: Attitude development.1 INTRODUCTION TO ERP: Introduction./ Week Total No. 1st Edition. Business Process Reengineering. 2.ELECTIVE-II (GROUP B) DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENTERPRISES Subject Code No.4 METHODOLOGY OF PROJECT IDENTIFICATION: Project appraisal technical. 6 Hours UNIT . 1978. : 06IM751 : 04 : 52 PART . of Lecture Hrs. 7 Hours UNIT .1 DEFINITION AND CONCEPT OF ENTERPRISE: Profile of an entrepreneur-need scope and characteristics of entrepreneurs. 7 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1.7 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES: Conventions and concepts-balance sheetprofit and loss account. Saravanavel.innovation and change. A handbook for new entrepreneurs. Data Mining. Executive Information Systems. Integrated Management Information. Developing Entrepreneurship -Udai Pareek and T. Decision Support System.ancillary industries-starting a small scale industrysteps involved-role of financing and other institutions providing assistance to small industries.preparation of project (case study). Ess Pee Kay publishing house. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Data Warehousing.8 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES: Accounting rate of return. of Lecture Hrs. Entrepreneurship and Small Business .technical and feasibility analysis-evaluation of project report. Venkateswara Rao.3 METHODOLOGY OF PROJECT IDENTIFICATION: Short listing and zeroing on to product/service-project in outline project planning. : 06IP/IM752 : 04 : 52 PART . Entrepreneurship Development -P. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING Subject Code No. Ltd. Why do Man ERP Implementations Fail? Why are ERP packages Being used Now? ENTERPRISE – AN OVERVIEW: Introduction. Business modelling. creativity–stress management-positive reinforcement. What is ERP?. Supply Chain Management. Management Information System. pay back period.A UNIT .5 MARKETING: Market share-distribution-sale strategies-certification agencies-term finance-source and management working capital-coating and cost control (basic principles only) need analysis-product design (basic principles only). 6 Hours UNIT . ND. Reasons for the growth of the ERP market.2 ERP AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES: Introduction. Entrepreneurship development institute of India 1986.A UNIT . SSI duty practice. of Lecture Hrs. 6 Hours 48 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 .

Bill of Material. mechanical fasteners and adhesive bonding. 7 Hours UNIT . Oracle Corporation. Project Planning Phase. Plant Maintenance. Implementation of Team Training. joining. computer aided design and manufacturing. Quality Management. drilling.Case studies 8 Hours 49 TEXT BOOKS: 1.3 ERP.8 ERP IMPLEMENTATION LIFE CYCLE: Pre-evaluations Screening. Reduction in Cycle Time. Reengineering. fabricating process – open and closed mould process – hand lay up techniques – structural laminate bag molding.. 6 Hours UNIT . JD Edwards World Solutions company. 6 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. of Lecture Hrs. Package Evaluation. In-house implementation – Pros and Cons. injection molding. 2. 6 Hours PART . Manufacturing Resource Planning. 2nd Edition. : 06IP/IM753 : 04 : 52 PART . QAD 8 Hours UNIT . thermo – forming. Improved Information Accuracy and Decision – making capability. Closed Loop MRP. Consultants. Post implementation VENDOR./ Week Total No. fabrication equipment. Enterprise Resource Planning Concept and Practice -Vinod Kumar Garg and Venkitakrishnan. particulate composites.UNIT . Vendors. 1999. Materials Management.B UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Testing. 6 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 50 . Make-to-order. On-time shipment.A UNIT . Inc. End user Training.4 KANBAN: JIT and Kanban. 6 Hours UNIT . web enabling. Increased Flexibility. Reduced Quality Costs. End-users. market snapshot ERP. Benefits of PDM. Better Customer Satisfaction. Reduction of Lead time. New Channels. COMPOSITE MATERIALS Subject Code No. tooling.MANUFACTURING PERSPECTIVE: Introduction. etal. injection. Gap Analysis. CONSULTANTS AND USERS: Introduction. Finance.3 FABRICATION OF COMPOSITES: Cutting. Materials Requirements Planning. Improved Suppler Performance. Configuration. pulforming. Going Live. Properties and types of reinforcement and matrix materials. production procedures for bag molding – filament winding. Improved Resource Utilisation. Faster Implementation Methodologies. Convergence on Windows NT. FUTURE DIRECTION IN ERP: Introductions. Application Platforms. PeopleSoft. . Engineer to order. Manufacturing Planning & Controls -Thomas Volloman. Business models and BAPIs. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. System Software Associates. Product Data Management.6 BENEFITS OF ERP: Introduction.5 ERP MODULES: Introduction. CAD/CAM. SAP AG.7 ERP MARKET: Introduction. blow molding. liquid molding. Prentice-Hall India.1 INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITE MATERIALS: Definition. pultrusion.4 Ceramic Matrix composites and their fabrication technologies. New Markets. and Make-to Stock. REFERENCE TEXT BOOK: 1. Enterprise Resource Planning -Alexis Leon. Assemble to order. Configure-to order. machining. ERP. Baan Company. laminated composites. New business segments. 7 Hours UNIT . Distribution Requirements Planning.2 FIBRE REINFORCEMENT PLASTIC PROCESSING: Lay up and curing. classification and characteristics of composite materials – fibrous composites.

4 MARKETING OF INDUSTRIAL GOODS: Nature and importance of the Industrial market. product line.8 Advanced composites such as Polymer based Sandwich structures of nano composites. 2nd Edition. features of a product.. 1988. 2002. computer aided design and analysis of composites 7 Hours UNIT . major stages in new – product development.A UNIT . REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. major factors influencing industrial buying behaviour. product life cycle.C. : 06IP/IM754 : 04 : 52 PART . characteristics of industrial market demand. measurement of market demand. shape and distribution of particulate on properties. Effect of size. Cambridge University Press. product mix – factors influencing change in product mix. 8 Hours 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 51 .2 CONSUMER MARKETS AND BUYING BEHAVIOR: Characteristics affecting Consumer behaviour. 6 Hours UNIT . McGraw Hill International. Composite Materials ..PART .S. classification of industrial products. Mechanics of Composite Materials . 2. buying motives of Industrials users. 2 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Core marketing concepts. wear. Market Segmentation. participants in the industrial buying process.Autar K kaw. Gibron. 1990. P327-338.7 STUDY PROPERTIES OF MMC’S: Physical Mechanical. Composite Materials hand book . Jones. classification of products. Types of buying decisions. product mix strategies.6 Application of industrial experimentation for fabrication and testing of composites 6 Hours UNIT . 2. 3. M.3 MARKETING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND RESEARCH: Components of marketing information system–benefits & uses marketing research system. 1998.Robert. Introduction to composite materials .Meing Schwaitz. Definition of Marketing. 6 Hours UNIT . the industrial buying process. McGraw Hill Kogakusha Ltd.K. Micro and Macro Environment. ASM handbook. product policies – product planning and development. Forming Metal hand book . Principles of Composite Material mechanics . 4.1 INTRODUCTION: Historical development of marketing management. meaning of New – product.B UNIT .9th edition.5 Application of composites Characterisation of composites. Marketing Management philosophies.K. Determinants of industrial market demand Buying power of Industrial users. marketing research procedure. buying decision process. MARKETING MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. 6 Hours UNIT . McGraw Hill Book Company.5 PRODUCT PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT: The concept of a product. buying patterns of industrial users 6 Hours PART . of Lecture Hrs. importance of marketing in the India Socio – economics system./ Week Total No. Composite Science and Engineering .Hull and Clyne. 5 Hours Introduction to shape memory alloys. 1994.Chawla Springer Verlag 1998. V15. of Lecture Hrs. 5.B UNIT . machinability and other properties. Mechanics of composites . Classification of consumer products. 6 Hours UNIT .Ronald. CRC Press. 1984. 2000 6. F. Sharma Narora publishing house.

The nature of knowledge. classification of advertisement copy. 2nd Edition. Marketing Management . functions. Marketing Management .”.1 THE CONCEPT OF TECHNOLOGY: Introduction.B UNIT . sales force structure and size. DISTRIBUTION: Marketing channels – functions. 6 Hours PART . 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 6 Hours UNIT . strategy. Principles of Marketing . . Technology as an environment. Yield of technology forecasting. Corporate technology strategy. use of physical distribution. Physical distribution – importance. Marketing Management Text & Cases . PERSONAL SELLING: Objectives of personal selling. Focus of strategy. 1999. advertisement media – kinds of media. The business mission.S. Nature of innovation. Objectives of sales promotion. Main techniques of technology forecasting. growth of packaging.Wiliam J Stanton. advantages sales promotion. sales – force strategy. Concept of optimum size. Technology as a commodity. Where is the business? Concept of business strategy.6 BRANDING. Scale of technology information.A UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.Michael R Czinkota. Meaning of technological economics. 9 Hours 54 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 53 . Scope of technological economics.5 ANALYSIS FOR TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY: Introduction. of Lecture Hrs.Philip Kotler . kinds of packaging. advantages of advertising.Philip Kotler . Technological convergence. 12th Edn. 8 Hours UNIT . 11th Edn. establishing the Sales force objectives. Concept and Meaning of technology. salesmanship. Levels of technology. Aspects of classification. 1994 2. Engineering economics. LABELLING: Types. Concept of invention. pricing objectives.Vikas Publishing House. factors affecting pricing decisions. total systems concept. Scope of technology. advantages and disadvantages PACKAGING: Meaning. Production economics. LABELLING AND PACKAGING: Branding. Technology forecasting system. number of channel levels. Motivation for technological change. 3.4 CORPORATE TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY: Introduction. The character of a specific technology. Technology portfolios. Technology at the macro-economic level. Meaning of technological change. Vikas Publishing House. types of salesman. 2. Nature of technological progress. Competitive technology. kinds of brand name. Prentice – Hall. Technology forecasting. Marketing Management .7 PRICING: Importance of Price. Nature of diffusion. 6 Hours UNIT ./ Week Total No. Concept of economy of scale. features and types of brands. Life cycle of a technology. procedure for price determination. Technology crisis. Prentice – Hall. 6 Hours UNIT . Examples of classification of technology. Nature of mature technology. ISBN 981-240-366-3 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Technology assessment. Rajagopal.UNIT . Fundamentals of Marketing .A Sherlaker. Reasons for branding. kinds of pricing. Realization of strategy. : 06IP/IM755 : 04 : 52 PART . Emergence of new technologies. function of packaging. McGraw Hill. functions of branding. Technological alliances. 6 Hours UNIT . qualities of good salesman. ISBN 81-259-0773-4 TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT Subject Code No.3 THE ECONOMICS OF TECHNOLOGY: Introduction. major steps in effective selling. types of channels of distribution. pricing strategies and decisions.8 ADVERTISING AND SALES PROMOTION: Objectives of advertisement function of advertising. Capability for strategic planning.2 THE NATURE OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE: Introduction. Examples of technological economics. 3.

Marketing aspects of R&D. manufacturing strategy. Minimum Cost Network Flows. operation of new technology. Technological leadership. London. of Lecture Hrs. 1995 ELECTIVE-III (Group C) COMBINATORIAL OPTIMIZATION Subject Code No. 6 Hours UNIT . REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Intelligent manufacturing systems. Strategic Management of Technology -Frederick Betz. : 06IP/IM761 : 04 : 52 PART . Maximum Flow Algorithm 7 Hours UNIT . NP Hard Scheduling Problems – Scheduling Identical Processors. Sources of innovation.2 NP HARD AND NP COMPLETE PROBLEMS: Basic concepts.7 META HEURISTICS: Simulated Annealing.3 Review of graphs and network. Intelligence function of R&D. Postman Problems. 2.: Perceptions & Opportunities.. 6 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . Adoption of new technology.A UNIT . Non deterministic Algorithms. Management of R&D. of Lecture Hrs.6 MATCHING ALGORITHM: Travelling Salesmen Problem. McGrawHill Inc 1993. Tabu Search 7 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 55 56 . 6 Hours UNIT . CAD/CAM. Management of Technology & Innovation: competing Through Technological Excellence. Retention of competitive advantages.8 TECHNOLOGYAN INSTRUMENT OF COMPETITION: Introduction. Remaining a going concern.4 Spanning Trees 6 Hours PART . The classes NP Hard and NP Complete. review of computational complexity 6 Hours UNIT . securing competitive advantage. Job Shop Scheduling. Change management. Inequality Constraints. Manufacture and Marketing. Stimuli for innovation. Flow Shop Scheduling.6 THE REALIZATION OF NEW TECHNOLOGY: Introduction. Sage Publications. Constrain Problems – Equality Constraints. marketing a new technology product. Technological competition analysis. Work structures. Finance for Design. 7 Hours UNIT .7 THE ADOPTION OF NEW MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY: Introduction. People and technology at work. The Newton – Raphson Method.5 Shortest Path Algorithm. The Management of Technology . Stages of factory automation. Effectiveness of R&D. Machine Scheduling Problem.B UNIT . Challenges of factory automation. Chapman & Hall. 1995.Paul Lowe. Concept of R&D policy. Development.N./ Week Total No. reduction of development lead time. 6 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1. Patterns for new technology development.UNIT . -Rastogi. P. Manufacturing FMS. R&D team.1 CLASSIFICATION OF OPTIMIZATION THEORY: Unconstrained Problems – Necessary and Sufficient Conditions. Introduction of new technology. CIM.

Bonus shares and stock splits. Goals. Preference Equity forms of capital.4 CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND FIRM VALUE: Assumption. 6 Hours UNIT . Modigliani and Miller Mode. 1st Edition REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Sartaj Sahni and Sanguthevar Rajasekaran – Galgotia Publications.7 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: World Monitoring system. Dividend Policy./ Week Total No. Operations Research -Ravindran.3 LONG TERM FINANCING: Raising of finance form primary and secondary markets. Foreign Exchange Exposure.B UNIT . stock market in India. determination of operating cycle and working capital. of Lecture Hrs. Genetic Algorithm -David E Goldberg. Financing Exports. Evolution. International Parity Relationships. Genetic Algorithms at Work – a simulation by hand. Definition and approaches. Operations Research -Hamdy A Taha – 7th Edn. Futures Trading. Valuation of securities. Cost of Capital – Debt. features of convertibility securities and warrants. 6 Hours UNIT . Optimization Algorithms for Networks and Graphs – Jrevans and E Mineika. Operation Research -Hiller Leiberman –– Holdenday / CBS Publishers 1994 Edn. Dividend policies in practice. 4.2 CAPITAL BUDGETING: Risk analysis in Capital Budgeting. Phillips and Solberg. Forms of Business. ROI. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT: Factors influencing working capital requirement. 6 Hours 58 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. Robustness of Traditional Optimization and Search Methods. 2nd Edition 3. RISK AND REQUIRED RETURN: Risk and return relationship. Foreign Exchange Markets. 3. 2nd edition 2.5 SECURITIES AND PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS: Derivatives. 7 Hours 57 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . financial risk. -Pearson Education Asia. Portfolio and financial restructuring. Fundamentals of Computer Algorithms -Ellis Horowitz. EPS analysis. Venture capital. International Capital budgeting. Capital Structure decisions – EBIT. Raising Foreign Currency Finance. Management of Foreign Exchange Exposure. 6 Hours PART .1 INTRODUCTION: Evolution of Financial Management.D.2000 UNIT . Acquisitions. Sharma – Kedarnatth Ramanth & Co. Cost and benefits of a merger.8 GENETIC ALGORITHMS: What are Genetic Algorithms?. Capital asset pricing model. Grist for the Search Mill – Important similarities. 7 Hours UNIT . Operations Research -S. of Lecture Hrs. terms and purchase of a division. The Goals of Optimization. expected rate of return. Takeovers. 6 Hours UNIT . Pearson Education.A UNIT .6 MERGER ACQUISITION AND RESTRUCTURING: Reasons. Financing Foreign Operations. Initial Public Offering. : 06IP/IM762 : 04 : 52 PART . and risk in portfolio context. Documents in International Trade. 1st Edition 2. SEBI guide lines on capital issues. Wiley International. How are Genetic Algorithms Different from Traditional Methods? A Simple Genetic Algorithm. Business risk. REI analysis and Cash Flow comparative Analysis DIVIDEND VALUE AND FIRM VALUE: Models. Reasons for payment of dividends.UNIT . Similarity Templates (Schemata) 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mechanics.

evaluation of the project profitability. Prasanna Chandra TMH ISBN– 0-07-044501-X.ISBN 0—07-460208-X 2. A Management Guide to PERT and CPM.8 CASE STUDIES ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Case studies covering project planning. Project organization and types accountability in project execution. Vikas Pub. controls. 60 PROJECT MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. performance measurement. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. project management and environment. preparation of cost estimation.7 PERFORMANCE MEASURES IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Performance indicators.5 TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Bar (GANTT) chart. resources allocation method. Financial Controls. tendering and selection of contractors. effective time management. cost Control 6 Hours UNIT . Project Management a System approach to Planning Scheduling & Controlling . 2. Computerized project management 8 Hours UNIT .S. Memorandum of Understanding. 7 Hours UNIT . Project Management – Beningston Lawrence McGraw Hill 1970. : 06IP/IM763 : 04 : 52 PART . Financial Management -Theory and practice. Working capital Management. 2. of Lecture Hrs. phased planning. Project planning steps. Financial management .4 PROJECT SCHEDULING: Project implementation scheduling. control. 7 Hours 59 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 .Tex t& Problems Khan & Jain TMH . 6 Hours UNIT . tools and techniques for project management. Project evaluation and review Techniques (PERT) Planning. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1./ Week Total No. different scheduling techniques. Performance improvement for the CM & DM companies for better project management.B UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. Categories of projects. Objective and goals of the project. Phases of project life cycle. performance. REFERENCES BOOKS: 1. CBS Publishers and Distributors. United publication VoI II REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. use of tools & techniques. 6 Hours PART . 2.3 ORGANIZING AND STAFFING THE PROJECT TEAM: Skills / abilities required for project manger.2 PROJECT PLANNING AND ESTIMATING: Feasibility report.8 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC SECTOR ENTERPRISES: Capital Budgeting.Harold Kerzner. Authorities and responsibilities of project manager.A UNIT . Raman. Financial accounting .IM Pandey.1 CONCEPTS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Concepts of a Project. Project Execution Plan: Plan for project Execution interaction 2001 .UNIT . schedule control. House ISBN 07069-5435-1. 5th edn. Roles and responsibility of project leader. 2002. Privatization. 6 Hours UNIT . project control requirement for better control of project or role of MIS in project control.B. logic diagrams and networks. scheduling. Long-term Financing. Financial Management . UNIT . bar chart for combined activities. WEIST & LeVY Eastern Economy of PH 2002.Chaudhry S. MIS project co-ordination.6 CO-ORDINATION AND CONTROL: Project direction communication in a project.

Moder Joseph and Philips cerel R. PROCESS: Concurrent engineering process invariant enterprise model class. james P. Process effectiveness metrics. Addison – Wesley Publishing company.. Concurrent Engineering . Principles of plant layout. . : 06IP/IM765 : 04 : 52 PART .A UNIT . Concurrent Engineering . cognitive models. Productivity press. E.Prasad. New Jersey 1996. Meo Publishing company 2001. 8. . performance. 6.The product development environment for the 1990’s. Types of Layout Problems. Prentice Hall Englewood.1 PLANT LOCATION: Factors influencing plant location. Affiliated East West Press Pvt. cooperative concurrent teams. Product and Services.-Angus. 7.4 CONCURRENT ENGINEERING ORGANIZATIONS: Benefits.6 INFORMATION MODELLING: Methodology. Basic principles. Types of CE organisations./ Week Total No. Angle Virtual company.Carter DE & Baker BS.B.S.3. PART .7 C.Integrated Product and process organization Vol. ISBN 81-259-0777-7 2002. product mode class.Hartely R John– Shortening lead times. Person Education. their merits and demerits facilities design function: Objectives. ISBNO-07-462049-5 2002. system Thinking. 6 Hours UNIT .A UNIT . CONCURRENT ENGINEERING Subject Code No. Project planning analysis selection implementation & review prasanna chandra. Oregon 1992. Reengineering approaches. Theories of plant location and location economics.2 PROCESS REENGINEERING: Managing change. of Lecture Hrs. Planning. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Sequential versus concurrent Engg.1 MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS: Review. of Lecture Hrs.3 CONCURRENT ENGINEERING: components of CE models.2001 Project planning scheduling & control.Srinnath. Performing and Controlling Project. 4. foundation of information modelling. System integration. the need for change. Enterprise models. 2. concurrent process reengineering. plant layout-Objectives of plant layout. Project Management -Bhavesh M. raising quality & Lowering costs. PERT & CPM. Cliffs. of Lecture Hrs.B UNIT . ISBN:812970020. IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 FACILITIES PLANNING AND DESIGN Subject Code No. Vikas Publishing House.-L. 7 Hours UNIT . 2002. 5. Reading MA 1992. Concurrent Engineering Fundamentals .5 SYSTEM ENGINEERING: Introduction. : 06IP/IM764 : 04 : 52 PART . 6 Hours UNIT . Reinhold 1976.8 CE METRICS FOR IT: Based manufacturing – process efficiency metrics. 6 Hours 61 ./ Week Total No. Portland. System complexity. 8 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1.Patel. 3rd End. New York VAN Norstrand. 7 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours 62 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 Introduction. 1 & 2. Process and Methodologies. types of plant layout. Project Management with PERT and CPM.Lawis. 2nd edition. of Lecture Hrs. Ltd.

MRP . Unit load concept. Wiely and Sons 2. Generating Bill of Materials for Various Engineering Designs Creating Item Master for various Engineering Designs Conduction of vendor Evaluation exercise Creating Make Master for Items Creating Purchase order for Items Creating Work order for Items Perform inventory transaction PART . activity relationship chart. production. other auxiliary service actions. expansion. John. 14. 4. 6 Hours UNIT . 8. : 06IML77 : 03 : 42 PART . Optimization problems using OR packages (two exercises only). 5.4 COMPUTERIZED LAYOUT PLANNING: CRAFT. efficiency indices. Warehouse layout models. plant location problems. Creating quotation process for Items Creating Dispatch Instruction for Items Creating Payment reconciliation. systematic layout planning.L. PWS Publishing Company. evaluation of layout. shipping.–Mc Graw Hill-1955. Establishing total space requirement. flexibility. 3. 10. area allocation factors to be considered. Plant Layout and Material handling -James M Apple. PLANET.J.II Generating of Various reports for confirmed orders Functional evaluation of business processes Analyse of existing capacity and defining routes optimizing the resources along routes.A 1.1962 LCCCN61.B 9. Nadler. Process of customer orders under seasonal / unseasonable and Blanket orders..B UNIT .3 PLANT DESIGN: Layout procedures: Immer. 16. receiving. 7. ALDEP 7 Hours PART . Scheduling of activities 64 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 63 . Evaluation. 13. of Practical Hrs. selection and implementation of facilities plan 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mc Graw Hill 2nd edition REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. storage. Mac Millon Co.5 SPACE DETERMINATION AND AREA ALLOCATION: Factors for consideration in space planning.R. 15.A. Facilities Design -Sunderesh Heragu. tool room and tool crib. Plant Layout Design -James M Moore.8 LAYOUT MODELS: Warehouse Layout Models. Storage models – simple problems. aisles column.UNIT . Location allocation problems – quadratic assignment problems. classification of material handling equipment basic systems. of Practical Hrs. Sequence demand Straight line and non directional methods 7 Hours UNIT . 3 Hours UNIT . CORELAP.6 CONSTRUCTION OF THE LAYOUT: Methods of constructing the layout. different types of material handling equipments 6 Hours UNIT . 2. ISBN-0-534-95183. COFAD. Location allocation problems – quadratic assignment problem. 6. Waiting line models. 2nd Edition. relationship Diagram. Apple James and Reed’s approaches. 11. and White.7 QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES TO FACILITIES PLANNING: Deterministic models single and multi facility location models. 3. Facility layout and Location -Francies. area allocation procedure. Muther./ Week Total No. Space relationship diagram to plant layout 7 Hours UNIT . Practical layout -Muther Richard. presenting layout to management 3 Hours LOCATION MODELS: Single and Multi facility location models.5204 ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS LAB Subject Code No.2 MATERIAL HANDLING: Objectives and principles of Material handling. the plot plan. 12. 2.

planning and implementing change. stacking of objects in increasing or decreasing size.A Writing and execution of manual part programming using ISO codes for machining of simple parts turning./ Week Total No. e-Commerce architecture. management information systems and decision support systems.4 INTRODUCTION TO E-BUSINESS: E-commerce frame work.3 ISSUES IN MANAGING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Managing information resources and technologies global information technology.1 FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Information systems in business.Writing and execution of part program for contour milling. Organization applications. Artificial intelligence technologies in business. Consumer applications. : 06IM81 : 04 : 52 PART . Use of radius compensation. 6 Hours UNIT . assembly and inspection operation etc. form turning and thread cutting. Preactor – Scheduling Software OR Packages : Lindo / Lingo / STORM / such others VIII SEMESTER MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Subject Code No. fundamentals of information systems solving business problems with information systems. 8 Hours UNIT . taper turning. CNC milling. 8 Hours UNIT . B2B Transactions. PART . of Lecture Hrs. of Practical Hrs.2 INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS OPERATIONS: Business information systems. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Statistical Packages : SYSTAT / MINITAB / SPSS and such others 2. Intra-Organisational Transactions. Use of robot programming languages to pick and place. 6 Hours PART . M. Application services and transaction Models – B2C Transactions. Transaction processing systems.6 and such others.5 E-BUSINESS MODEL: Architectural frame work for E-commerce.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 CNC AND ROBOTICS LAB Subject Code No. Groover Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacture Ibrahim Zeid CAD/CAM IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 UNIT . ERP Packages : SIXTH SENSE / RAMCO / MAARSMAN / CIMAS / UNISOFT / OPTIMIIZER 10. information system for strategic applications and issues in information technology. Technology behind the web.P. of Lecture Hrs. lead through and off line methods. 6 Hours 66 65 . management. 6 Hours UNIT .Suggested Software Packages 1.B UNIT . social challenges of information technology.6 E-BUSINESS MODEL: WWW Architecture: Client server structure of the web. Media convergence.B Programming of robots by manual. : 06IML78 : 03 : 42 PART . canned cycles. Simulation of Cutting/Milling operations on a computer using CAM packages. integrating business change with IT. Palletizing operations. security and ethical challenges in managing IT. of Practical Hrs. 3./ Week Total No. macros etc.

DFSS Metrics.Malcolm Baldridge Award. mission and objectives.8 ELECTRONICS DATA INTERCHANGE (EDI): EDI Concepts.B UNIT . Electronic fund transfer. What is world-Class Manufacturing?-Hall’s framework of world-Class Manufacturing (WCM). Murdick PHI. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. recommendations etc 6 Hours PART .4 PRINCIPALS AND PRACTICES OF WCM: Data collection plan. Detailed definition of reengineering –fundamentals rethinking. improving business processes. of Lecture Hrs. site visits.5 GAINING COMPETITIVE EDGE THROUGH WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING: Manufacturing Excellence and Competitiveness. Analyzing the gap: Top displaying data. validation. refining the initial list. : 06IP/IM82 : 04 : 52 PART .S. America’s Best Plants Model of World Class Manufacturing. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT .conclusion – The Culmination of World-Class Manufacturing.R. 6 Hours UNIT . The core of Six Sigma(DMAIC).Laaudon & Laudon PHI ISBN 81-203-1282-1. Home Entertainment. new world of and enabling role of information technology.1998. Information systems for modern management . ISBN 81-203-1180-9 2. managing benchmarking process. Shingo’s Approach to Quality Management . Quality Management.UNIT . Management Information systems. Whom to benchmarks: Developing candidate list. Gunn’s Model of World-Class Manufacturing.G. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.3 BENCHMARKING: Definition. Home shopping. competition intensifies. Implementing DFSS 7 Hours 68 WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING Subject Code No. Balance Score Card Technique. radical redesign. training and code of conduct. future scope and benchmarking process. Value Stream Mapping. and code of conduct. The practices of World-Class Manufacturing-The customers Interface.managing information technology in the internet worked enterprise.7 SIX SIGMA: The Basics. Quality time and the Bottom line . and change becomes constant. systematic search. core of DFSS-IDOV method. 2nd Edition.2 Rethinking business process. deciding and combining best work practices. Manufacturing using EDI. Mercantile Process Models. IS 14000. DFSS Infrastructure –People and resources.7 CONSUMER-ORIENTED E-COMMERCE: Consumer oriented Application: Finance and Home Banking. 6 Hours UNIT .jams. performance measures.A UNIT . Management Information systems. 7 Hours UNIT . 2002. Deming’s Award 8 Hours UNIT . Merchants perspective. Customs Financial EDI. 67 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . Sadogopan. priorities.6 GAINING COMPETITIVE EDGE THROUGH WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING: The philosophy of world-class Manufacturing-The First Principles of World-Class Manufacturing. original research. Frame Work for Business Excellence .1 DEFINITION OF REENGINEERING: Importance of 3Cs-customers takes charges. DFSS and the customer. design for Six Sigma. Consumers perspective. business processes – linking to goals etc. Maskell’s Model of World-Class Manufacturing. A O’Brien . The Supplier Interface. What to benchmark: concept of step zero. Digital Signatures and EDI. research-internal public domain sources. documentation. QUALITY SYSTEMS: ISO 9000-2000. Applications in business – components of international trade. and dramatic improvement. 2. investigation.Tata McGraw Hill publishing company limited. Management Information Systems .Assessing the Two Basic Approaches to Quality ./ Week Total No.PHI 1998Edn. of Lecture Hrs. World-Class Practices in the factory. outside experts etc.

Design and Cultural. selective perception. Norms. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT: Definition of conflict. : 06IM831 : 04 : 52 PART . . Organizational Desings and Employee behaviour. Herzberg’s motivation Hygiene theory. Leadership styles – characteristics. Factors affecting group formation. of Lecture Hrs. of Lecture Hrs.I K International Publishing house Pvt. stereotyping. transformation leaders.TMh 2003. Vision Books. professional Ethics. .6 THE GROUP: Definition and classification of groups.Robert C. learning theory. Environmental context (Information Technology and Globalization.carol BesterfieldMinchna. Reengineering the corporation -Hammer. Organizational commitment. ISBN 81-297-0260-6 4. Traditional Cost Systems.8 ACTIVITY BASED MANAGEMENT: (ABM): Introduction. ISBN. 7 Hours UNIT . group processes.2 LEARNING: Definition.London. Attitudes: Types of values. classical conditioning. social Making.ISBN 0-07-058120 2.5 MOTIVATION: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. – 2. Design for Six Sigmain Technology and Product Development Creveling. 3rd edition Pearson education. Finding and implementing best practices -Champ .Blanchard’s situational theory. Hawthorne studies. Minitberg’s basic elements of organization. Activity Based Management. stages of conflict process. Michael and James Champy. 6 Hours 70 ELECTIVE-IV (GROUP D) ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Subject Code No. group tasks. continuous and intermittent reinforcement. Transactional. THEORY OF CONSTRAINTS (TOC): Theory of Inventive Problem Solving 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. David Mc Cleland three needs theory.3 PERCEPTION: Definition. functional and dysfunctional conflict.Saxena K B C. Business Process Benchmarking:. projection. Individual Decision Making. Ltd . Team building. 6 Hours PART . 4 Hours 69 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 .0-07048639-5 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Reward Systems. group decision making. Total Quality Management .4 VALUES AND ATTITUDES: Definitions – values.UNIT . Nicholas Brealey Publishing . job involvement./ Week Total No.1 INTRODUCTION: Definition of Organisation Behaviour and Historical development. Behavioural theories – Blake and Mounton managerial grid. Diversity and Ethics. operant conditioning. Mc.A UNIT . Factors influencing perception. Six sigma for Managers -Greg Brue.New Delhi – 2008 4.2008 THE INDIVIDUAL: Foundation of individual behaviour.7 LEADER SHIP: Definition. ISBN 0333-93-4741.glen H Besterfield and Mary Besterfield –scare. Contingency theories – hersey . 6 Hours UNIT . Ashish Kumar. Activity Based activity Based Costing. Design for Six Sigma -Grege..Kesavan R . attribution theory. job satisfaction.A Strategic Perspective: MacMillan – India Ltd. Besterfield. 3. ABM Implementation.8 THE ORGANIZATION: Mechanistic and Organic structures. Victor vroom’s expectancy theory of motivation. organization development – quality of work life (QWL). Halo effect. cognitive dissonance. stages of group development. TMH 2002. 5. World class manufacturing -Sahay B S . Theories of Learning. Total Quality Management -Dale H. A Manifesto for Business revolution. 7 Hours UNIT . 8 Hours UNIT . Pearson Education – 2008. 6 Hours UNIT . and Case Study.1993 3. Gregor’s theory X and Y. Ability 2 Hours UNIT .B UNIT .

BGC matrix. Srocum and woodman.Srivastava. 2001./ Week Total No.Roles of Strategist.Francis Cherunilam. Blanchard. Business Policy and Strategic Management . Corporate Strategic Management -R. Business Policy and Strategic Management -P Subba Rao. 3. Globalization of Indian business. GLOBALIZATION: Meaning and Dimensions. Organizational restructuring and Transformation.Evaluation and control. Implementation of marketing and change. 4.Steps in Operational Control. Prentice Hall of India. determination of strategic purpose. GE multi matrix. Organizational Behavior – Aswathappa – Himalaya Publishers. 5. Paul Henry and Kenneth H. Himalya Publishers. Organisation Behaviour – Hellriegel. threat of substitutes. : 06IM832 : 04 : 52 PART . reward system. Steps in strategy implementation -formulation of SBU strategy. Strategic Management .2 STRATEGY FORMULATION: Strategic Thinking.Levels of strategy. 2001 2. Organiszational Behaviour (Human behaviour at work) 9th Edition John Newstron / Keith Davis. 6 Hours PART .Annual and Functional objectives. Principles of Organization. Management of Organizational Behavious. ISBN–0–07– 20412–1 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 9th Edition. 7 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mission-Objectives -Social responsibilities. Mc Graw Hill International Edition. Types of Operational control.TOWS matrix. of Lecture Hrs. 2.Development of Policies.8 BUSINESS GROWTH: Reasons. Management of M& A.B UNIT . 9th Edn. Organizational Behaviour – Fred Luthans. an evaluation of Portfolio models .factors influencing portfolio strategy.7 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS AND STRATEGIES: Structural analysis of industries threat of entry rivalry among existing competitors. 7 Hours UNIT .3 STRATEGY FORMULATION: Leadership implementation communicating the strategy. 6 Hours UNIT . structural analysis and competitive strategy -competitor analysis value chain. 6 Hours UNIT . Pragati Prakashan . Bargaining power of suppliers. UNIT . 9th Edn. 2002. Stephen P Robbins. Pearson Education Publications.Operational control. Defence strategies.6 PORTFOLIO STRATEGY: Business portfolio analysis. Thompson Learning. Barriers to change. pitfalls in M&A. screening. 1996. of Lecture Hrs.1 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION: Definition. 6 Hours UNIT . Tata McGraw Hill REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.Azhar Kazmi. 3.M. SWOT analysisTechniques for environmental analysis.TEXT BOOKS: 1.5 STRATEGY EVALUATION AND CONTROL: Strategic controlPremise and Implementation control strategic Surveillance special alert control. Meerut 1st Edition 72 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. Organizational Behaviour – VSP Rao and others. Risks and indicators of Business growthMergers and acquisitions. 2nd Edn.Structure relationship. Balanced Score Card. Prentice Hall India.4 STRATEGY AND STRUCTURE: Strategy. ISBN–81–7808–561-5 2. Organizational Behaviour.A UNIT . 7 Hours 71 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 .Strategic Management Process benefits and limitations.Organisational Implementation. Himalya Publishers 1st Edition 2. evaluation and choice. Konark Publishers 2002.

Organizational knowledge spiral. Global knowledge economy – characteristics of the knowledge economy. classification. key benefits parameters. core groups involved. SYSTEMS AND TOOLS: Introduction. Re-engineering Methodologies. technology drivers. Traditional Organizational Information Systems. Knowledge life cycle. processes. What is Knowledge? – Data. of Lecture Hrs. Intra – organizational drivers. Quality Methodologies. Strategic Management – Robert A Pitts and David Lei. Total Quality Management – Basic Principles. Capital. Organizational Knowledge creation – Knowledge networks. : 06IM833 : 04 : 52 PART . KM Systems Components – Implementation Strategies – Awakening phase. 6 Hours 73 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . Organizational knowledge dissemination.1 ESSENTIALS OF COMPUTING: Birth of Computing. Organisational learning. Neural Networks. Lot sampling. TQM Structure. e-business and knowledge Management. Approaches. Industrial Evolution. Vikas Publishing House 1st Edition Business Environment for Strategic Management K. Knowledge Management – The information processing paradigm.3.7 ORGANIZATION KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE AND IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES: Introduction. Moderns Organizational Information System. Branches of AI. Learning organization – Knowledge sources. classification. organizational intellectual / human capital organizational meta knowledge. Knowledge Management – Future. organization barriers. Document Management System. Organizational knowledge management. Knowledge Analysis – Data mining. Tools. Organizational Organic capabilities architecture – business. Process Capability. Evolution of Information Systems. focus on products and processes. Knowledge organization. Emerging Business Paradigms – e-business. Artificial Intelligence – beginning. core implementation issues. Knowledge Conversion – Organizational knowledge progression.5 ESSENTIALS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: Introduction. Evolution of Modern Computing. Expert Systems.B UNIT . 8 Hours UNIT . Organizational Learning.2 QUALITY. What is knowledge Management. Organizational Knowledge / capture – Implementation methodology.3 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT – AN INSIGHT: Knowledge Management – Evolution. Hoshin. implementation responsibilities. business implications.6 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES. 6 Hours UNIT . Organizational Knowledge management – types.Aswantappa. Minimize effort duplication. processing. process drivers. Business Process Re-engineering. Evolution of Information Systems. What is data?. enhanced innovation. policy implications. skill development. KM Systems Requirements.A UNIT . Implementation of Organization. Organizational Knowledge indexing. organizational performance. knowledge dissemination. Documentation. 6 Hours UNIT . Implementation phase. maintenance and measurement phase. Organizational Knowledge Management Approaches – management structure. of Lecture Hrs. why now. key elements. Information. 4. Produkte in der Datenverbeitung. Value Analysis. Organizational benefits. Developing a KM Framework. Himalaya Publishers 1st Edition KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. Implementation Phases. value-chaining. Wisdom. Control charts. Knowledge Acquisition Tools. sharing of best practices. key benefits. system. imperatives. Organizational knowledge management – The need. RE-ENGINEERING METHODOLOGIES AND BUSINESS PARADIGMS: Introduction. Deployment of Information System. 74 . Limitation of Existing initiatives. Actionable phase. core implementation areas.4 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT – AN INSIGHT: The Drivers. Database Management Systems Data warehouse. usage. 6 Hours UNIT . Information and Knowledge. Components and function. anwedungen. On-line analytical processing. 6 Hours PART . Knowledge based driver./ Week Total No. basic Types of Knowledge. formation Processing. Organizational culture and enablers. Six Sigma. Technology infrastructure. Information Technologies. value of knowledge. Organizational knowledge management strategies. funding. Key Characteristics. Architectural Components. TQM Tools. Advancements. economic drivers. Sources. Organizational knowledge mapping techniques. Organizational knowledge management – technology enablers.

Modification of linear graphs. : 06IP/IM834 : 04 : 52 PART . Research analyst / manager. Organisational k-role classification. Management Toolkit: Practical Techniques for Building a Knowledge Management System. 7 Hours 76 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 75 . Computer. 1998 3. composite application. Knowledge manager. Vikas Publishing House. senior market intelligence librarian. Knowledge Management -Sudhir Warier. 2003 Porter M 4. Noise factors and testing conditions. Two-factor design. implementation phase. Life cycle. Control factors and their levels.S. 6 Hours UNIT . Four-factor design. Systems. intangible Assets Monitor. role description. 1999 2. 8 Hours UNIT . dummy level technique.B UNIT .Awakening stage. natural language processing specialist (medical/biomedical). Latin Square Designs. Organizational deployment. Knowledge strategist. 6 Hours UNIT .5 CONSTRUCTING ORTHOGONAL ARRAYS: Counting degrees or freedom. Folding over an eight run and sixteen – run experiment 6 Hours PART .2 BASIC DESIGNS: Completely Randomised Design. Knowledge architect. KM applications – Integrative application Interactive application. An investigation of Knowledge Management characteristicsJoshi K exington. Replicating experiments. Comparison with the classical statistical experiment design. verification experiment and future plan. 7 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. Linear graphs and interaction assignment. Loss function. ontologist (biological domain)./ Week Total No.3 FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTATION -TWO LEVELS: Full Factorial Designs: Experimentation as a learning process. characteristics. organizational KM context. Taguchi's quality philosophy. Competitive Advantage. REFERENCE BOOK: 1.1 INTRODUCTION: History of quality engineering: Japan versus U. one way analysis of variance and two way analysis of variance. ontologies / knowledge engineer. Hand book on Knowledge Management -C W Holsapple. Free Press. Organizational knowledge refineries. knowledge processing applicants management. Layered Knowledge. Randomised Block Design. Knowledge management job opportunities – knowledge job approach. knowledge management specialist. Off-line and on-line quality control. Support phase. 6 Hours UNIT . knowledge management consultant. 1985 DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS Subject Code No. director of ontologies. Organizational platforms – Enterprises information portals. media specialist. enterprise knowledge portal.6 STEPS IN ROBUST DESIGN: Case study discussion. knowledge management director. Springer. ISBN: 81-259-1363-7. Organizational knowledge measurement framework . intranet developer / knowledge management content developer. KY.4 FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTATION-EIGHT AND SIXTEEN RUN EXPERIMENTS: Fractional factorial designs based on eight-run experiments.8 K-CAREERS: Introduction. Conducting the matrix experiment. column merging method. of Lecture Hrs. branching design. organizational implementation barriers. competitive advantages. 6 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1. knowledge development manager. Taguchi Approach to Quality: Definition of quality. Knowledge Management roles. data analysis. Factor interactions. Organizational knowledge management architecture – key considerations. generic role requirements. balanced Scorecard. Organizational knowledge Repositories – structure. Organisational knowledge Measurement Techniques – Intangible Assets measurement.Data. track records. Quality characteristics and objective functions. Strategy for constructing an orthogonal array. selecting a standard orthogonal array.A UNIT . actionable phase. Prentice Hall. Traditional scientific experiments. Matrix experiment and data analysis plan. New organizational roles. and compound factor method.

of Lecture Hrs. digital-continuous. S/N ratios for Smaller-the-better. Operations Research -S. matrix and their applications. Ramnath &Co. Ravindram and Soleberg-– Theory and Practice. Determination of Maximum flow through the networks. 2002. digitaldigital cases. 2nd edition. Steady State probabilities. Revised simplex techniques. Operations Research -Kanthi Swarup & others – Sultan chand and Sons. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Design of Experiments . 6 Hours UNIT . Matar. Quality Engineering Using Robust Design . M/M/C and MG1 6 Hours UNIT .D. 2. Larger-the-better. 6 Hours UNIT . M/D/1. Sharma – Kedarnath.Robert H. Prentice Hall PTR. transition m. Designing for Quality . PHI. continuous-digital. Integer Programming. 6 Hours UNIT . 1996 3. New Jersey 07632. Principles of Operations Research -Philips. Determination of shortest route.UNIT . 1999 2.5 DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING: Characteristics Computational procedure -Simple problems only and DP model.2 ADVANCED LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Sensitivity analysis.7 SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO FOR STATIC PROBLEMS: Evaluation of sensitivity to noise. 77 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . Markovian process.B UNIT . 2nd Edition. QPP Problems solution using Wolfes algorithm 6 Hours PART .8 MARKOV CHAINS: Discrete Stochastic Process. Pearson Education Pvt Ltd . Flow in networks. Prentice Hall of India. of Lecture Hrs.6 ADVANCED CPM TECHNIQUES: CPM . 6th edition. 1992. Nominal-the-best and Asymmetric Cases 7 Hours UNIT -8 SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO FOR DYNAMIC PROBLEMS: S/N ratios for Continuous-continuous. GOAL PROGRAMMING: Introduction and simple formulation. Montgomery.4 NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Kuhn – Tucker conditions. ISBN-0333-92394-4 4.3 SPECIAL TYPE OF LPP: Solutions of Assignment and Travelling salesman problems using Branch and Bound Approach.1 LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Two phase simplex techniques. Phadke. : 06IP/IM835 : 04 : 52 PART . Stationary Markov chains.2nd Edn.Madhav S.7 QUEING THEORY: M/Ek/1. Markov diagrams. Ergodic and Absorbing Markov chains. McGraw Hill 5th edn. Operations Research Theory and Application. Gomory’s techniques. Resource Allocation for optimal utilisation of resources 8 Hours UNIT . Minimal Spanning Tree. Introduction to Operation Research -Hiller and Libermann. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. 2.C. 2007 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. J K Sharma. Operation Research and Introduction -Taha H A.Elements of crashing. 8 Hours UNIT . John Wiley and Sons./ Week Total No. Introduction to Taguchi Inner and Outer Arrays 7 Hours TEXTBOOKS: 1. an Introduction Best of Taghuchi and Western Methods or Statistical Experimental Design". least cost project scheduling. Englewood Cliffs.D. 78 ADVANCED OPERATIONS RESEARCH Subject Code No. Chapman and Hall Madras.A UNIT . stochastic matrix. Lochner and Joseph E.

2nd. buffering of blocks. and queries in relational algebra. relationship types. TATA McGraw Hill. ER diagrams 6 Hours UNIT . Weak entity types. heap files and sorted files. dynamic multi level indexes using B-trees and B+trees. constraints. Navathe.2 DATA MODELING: High level conceptual data models for database design. placing file records on disk. database system environment. hoffer. Basic and complex queries in SQL./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. Failure rate. Database design process. factors influencing physical database design guidelines.Mc Lfadden. Hanesn. and views in SQL. transaction processing and system concepts. delete. hashing techniques. : 06IP/IM841 : 04 : 52 PART . next generation databases.1 INTRODUCTION: Concepts. PHI Pvt. attributes. meaning of adequate performance.Gary W. Hansen and James V. Addison Wesley Publishing Company. Modern Data base management . 6 Hours UNIT . 2 Hours DATABASE SYSTEMS CONCEPTS AND ARCHITECTURE: Data models. of Lecture Hrs. 6th Edition. “and” 2nd Edition. functional Dependencies. classification of data base management systems. embedded SQL. 9 Hours 79 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . and definitions of reliability and related performance measure. terms. 6 Hours 80 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . Ltd.DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Subject Code No. and schemas. Entity types. and keys. 5 Hours UNIT . control and recovery techniques. of Lecture Hrs. Schemas and instances. Typical applications.B UNIT .A UNIT .A UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. update statements. Relationships. in SQL2. and interfacing with other technologies.5 RELATIONAL DATA MODEL AND RELATIONAL ALGEBRA: Brief discussion on Codd rules. : 06IP/IM836 : 04 : 52 PART . ELECTIVE-V (GROUP E) RELIABILITY ENGINEERING Subject Code No. and guidelines for relational systems. Update operation on relations. relational model concepts. -Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke. and structural constraints. properties of transactions. “Fundamentals of database systems”-Ramez Elmasri and Shamkanth B. operations on files. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. normalization -1st. “Database Management System”. Terminology in reliability. 4th. reliability-engineering Programme and its scope. roles. 6 Hours UNIT .7 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION: System catalog for RDBMSs. and 5th normal forms. Database Management Design . . 3rd. MTBF.1 DATABASES AND DATABASE USERS: Introduction.8 BRIEF DISCUSSION ON: Distributed databases. DBMS architecture and data independence. ISBN 0-071231511 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Prescott 2. definition. 2.4 INDEX STRUCTURE OF FILES: Single-level and multilevel ordered indexes. 6 Hours PART . Objected oriented databases.6 DATABASE DESIGN: Design guidelines for relational schemes. entity sets. Structured Query Language (SQL): Data definition etc. 3rd Edition.3 RECORD STORAGE AND PRIMARY FILE ORGANIZATIONS: Secondary storage devices. advantages and implication of database approach. database security and authorization. basic and additional relational algebra operations. database languages and interfaces. 6 Hours UNIT . characteristics of data base approach. importance of reliability. brief discussion on concurrency. intended uses of a DBMS. Insert. Life test./ Week Total No.

APPLICATION AND CASE STUDIES: Case example involving redundancy. Mathematical Theory of Reliability and Mathematics – Barlow and Proschan. interrelationships. Availability of stand by system. acceptance test procedures for life estimation using exponential. tie set methods.4 TECHNIQUES FOR COMPLEX SYSTEMS RELIABILITY EVALUATION: Inspection methods. Ltd.UNIT . Introduction to Reliability Engineering – E E Lewis – John Wiley & Sons.A UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Repair Time distributions. 6 Hours UNIT .1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Introduction. Reliability Hand Book – Ireson and Grant -1995 2. Practical Reliability Engineering – Patrick D. maintainability.2 RELIABILITY MANAGEMENT: Reliability goals & policies. Estimation of Static life. 6 Hours PART . burning tests. 1991 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS Subject Code No. : 06IP/IM842 : 04 : 52 PART . multistate model. production systems and its characteristic.5 DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY: System effectiveness measures and life cycle cost analysis. 1st edition. Informed Search. stand by systems. parallel.2 UNIFORMED OR PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS: Examples of search problems. methods for reliability in design. Uniformed or Blind Serach. Different forms of availability.O – John Wiley and Sons – 2002. economics of reliability. PRACTICAL FAILURE PATTERNS: Failure behaviour of mechanical.8 ANALYSIS FAILURE DATA: Types of life testing./ Week Total No. Failure mode effect and criticality analysis. Sequential life tests and acceptance criteria. reliability function and hazard rate function. Load sharing systems. 6 Hours UNIT . reliability allocation.I K International Publishing house Pvt. Availability analysis. reliability data Collection. underlying assumption.-Affiliated East West Press Pvt Ltd. COMPONENT LIFE: Failure distribution function. Srinath. 3. important of AI.B UNIT . MTBF. definition. event space methods. common failure distribution. search and control strategies – Introduction. Repairable system analysis. Probability Reliability & Engineering approach-Shooman-1976. examples of Search problems.T. Reliability Engineering -Dr. cut set methods. Or Graphs. 5. Maintenance increment. 82 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . bath tub curve (Mortality curve). 7 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.ISBN 0-07-042138-2 REFERENCES BOOKS: 1. S. Reliability Technology . Markov analysis. Fourth Edition 2003 3. Design for maintainability. electronic parts. decomposition methods. AI & related fields State space representations.3 COMBINATORIAL RELIABILITY (RELIABILITY OF SYSTEMS): Reliability analysis of systems: (Success-Failure models only) Analysis of Series.–Tata McGraw Hilll.. preliminary concepts. Balaguru Swamy . system availability analysis. 2nd edition. conditional reliability function. Concepts of Reliability Engineering -L. mission availability. Empirical methods. Edition 2000. preventive maintenance analysis. series parallel and parallel series configurations.J S Gurjar. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 4. 6. stand by system analysis. 6 Hours UNIT . electrical. redundancy improvement factor. of Lecture Hrs. weibull and Gamma distribution models. constant and time dependant failure models. MTTF. Software reliability. defining a problem. path tracing methods. R out of n configurations.7 MAINTENABILITY AND AVAILABILITY: Analysis of Down time.2nd edn 2. types of life testing: 81 Development of confidence intervals. An introduction to Reliability and Maintainability -Charles E Ebeling –TMH.6 MARKOV MODELS FOR SYSTEM RELIABILITY: Reliability analysis of state dependent systems. systems safety and fault tree analysis. failure analysis. data collection.

problem reduction. supplier kanban and the sequence schedule for use by suppliers. benefits of JIT. Approaches. PUFF etc. Syntax and Semantics for Propositional logic. JIT in 84 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . Resolution.3 KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION ISSUES: Representations and Mapping.1 JIT-AN INTRODUCTION: Speed of JIT movement. Learning. 4. Science & Industry – Wendry B.6 EXPERT SYSTEMS: Introduction.8 TYPICAL EXPERT SYSTEMS: MYCIN. best first search. Logic programming. adaptability to demand fluctuations. Genertic Algorithms. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Recognition and classification process. determining the number of kanban’s in Toyota production system. and performance measures. some comparisons with other manufacturers. 8 Hours UNIT . A. constraint satisfaction.5 STATISTICAL AND PROBABILISTIC REASONING: Symbolic reasoning under uncertainly. Expert System shells. INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE LEARNING: Perceptons. Certainty factors and Rule based systems. Types of Knowledge procedural Vs Declarative. production smoothing. of Lecture Hrs. Artificial intelligence – Elaine Rich & Kevin Knight. Addison – wesley inc. FOPL. PROSPECTOR. and properties of Wffs. D. JIT in electronics. introduction. core Japanese practices of JIT.2 MODERN PRODUCTION SYSTEM: Key feature of Toyota’s production system. Shortening lead time in Toyota Production system – reducing the setup time. Bayesian Networks.4 GLOBAL IMPLEMENTATION OF JIT: JIT in automotive industry. Variants of MYCIN. AW 1983. detailed kanban system example. : 06IM843 : 04 : 52 PART . creating continuous manufacture. Roth. the new production system research association of Japan. conversion to causal form. 6 Hours UNIT . whirligig. computer. Vol II application.4 USE OF PREDICATE LOGIC: Representing simple facts. EDP system for support of the Toyota Production system.B UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Matching. recognizing and understanding speech. Designing expert sysems – weis. learning classification patterns. 6 Hours UNIT . Building expert systems – Hayes. enabling JIT to occur. 6 Hours UNIT . Dempster – Shafer Theory. basic framework of Toyota production system. Waterman. adapting to fluctuations in demand through kanban. 1986.. Artificial intelligence in business.A (ed). Issues in Kr. JUST IN TIME MANUFACTURING Subject Code No. DENDRAL. basic element of JIT. 83 3.M. KANBAN SYSTEM – other types of kanban’s. General learning model. 2.7 INTRODUCTION TO KNOWLEDGE ACUQISTION: Types of learning.Heuristic Search techniques – Generate and Test. M/H 1983. Criticism of Toyota production system by the communist party of Japan. of Lecture Hrs.3 PRODUCTION SMOOTHING IN TOYOTA PRODUCTION SYSTEM: production planning. Pattern recognition. 6 Hours UNIT . Fuzzy Logic 8 Hours UNIT . Ph 1985. D. S. Hill climbing. kanban rules. Means – Ends Analysis. Automata. Checker Playing examples. 5./ Week Total No.Ranch. 6 Hours UNIT . Intelligent Editors. Probability and Bayes’ theorem.guide to expert sysems – waterman.A. some definitions of JIT. telecommunication and instrumentation. London Champion Hull 1984.A UNIT . sequencing method for the mixed model assembly line to realize smoothed production. Representing and using domain knowledge. Structure and uses. Instance and is a relationships. Forward Vs Backward reasoning. and Kulliknowske. Non monotonic reasoning and it logic. Natural deduction 6 Hours PART . Automation in Toyota production system.

just in time production in West Germany.1 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS: An Overview.. ANALYSIS.7 SUPPLY MANAGEMENT FOR JIT: JIT purchasing-the Japanese way. communication sole sourcing. JIT in seasonal demand industry..M. 2.8 FRAMEWORK FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF JIT: Implementation risk. Inc.”. a project work to approach to implementation. 9 Hours UNIT . Querying and Analysis.A UNIT . an example of overhead allocation in JIT. MINING AND VISUALIZATION: Opening Vignette: OBI Makes the best out of the Data Warehouse. MINING AND VISUALIZATION: Database management Systems in DSS.process type industry. conclusion. some problems in implementation of JIT purchasing.4 DATA WAREHOUSING. The Knowledge-Based Management Subsystem.Richard J. some important activities to be performed during implementation. 6 Hours PART . supplier reaction capability. of Lecture Hrs. reduction freight costs in JIT purchasing.G. surveys of JIT purchasing. 7 Hours UNIT . Problems and Quality. Quality certification of suppliers in JIT purchasing.5 JIT IMPLIMENTATION SURVEYS: JIT implementation in US manufacturing firms-analysis of survey results. of Lecture Hrs.3 DATA WAREHOUSING. just in time manufacturing industries. Access. experience of implementation organizations. Distinguishing DSS from Management Science and MIS. potential for small manufacturing. OLAP: Data Access. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . interface of JIT with advanced manufacturing technology. What is a DSS? Characteristics and Capabilities. flexible workforce system at Toyota. implementation of JIT to international sourcing.2 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS: The Model Management Subsystem. Just In Time Manufacturing . Data Warehousing. DSS Configuration. creation and maintenance of teams for JIT. inventory policy. Macmillan India Ltd.B UNIT . The Nature and Sources of Data. delivery performance and supplier flexibility. 7 Hours 86 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . ACCESS. Co. Korgaonker. DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF JIT MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: plant configurations and flow analysis for JIT manufacturing. DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS Subject Code No. The Data Management Subsystem. Analysis and Visualization. steps in implementation. union organization and conduct of industrial relations in JIT. risks associated with kanban system. ACCESS. monitoring supplier performance for JIT purchasing. Schonberger.6 DESIGN. risks Due to inappropriate understanding of JIT. : 06IP/IM844 : 04 : 52 PART . Database Organization and Structures. Japanese Manufacturing Techniques . DSS Hardware. assessing performance in JIT manufacturing systems. audit in JIT purchasing. 7 Hours UNIT . Data Warehousing. Data Mining. ANALYSIS.” The Free Press – Macmillan Pub. Opening Vignette: Evaluating the Quality of Journals in Hong Kong. conclusion. risks due to technical. JIT in service and administrative operations.1988. Data Visualization and Multidimensionality. frequency of shipments. The Internet and Commercial Database Services. Components of DSS. The User Interface (Dialog) Subsystem. just in time production in Hong Kong electronics indu8stry. conclusion. product design for JIT human resource management in JIT. 6 Hours UNIT . potential for developing countries. The User. other manufacturing industries. quality management system for JIT. 6 Hours 85 TEXT BOOKS: 1. buyer-seller relationship in JIT purchasing. Geographic Information Systems and Virtual Reality.1992. quality. New York . business Intelligence and the Web. Data Collection. product costing information systems in JIT manufacturing. DSS Classifications. conclusion. comparison of JIT’s “demand pull” system with conventional “push type” planning and control systems. operational and people problems./ Week Total No. some studies in JIT purchasing.

Survey of process planning systems like CAM_I.4 COMPUTERISED MANUFACTURING PLANNING SYSTEMS: Computer aided process planning. Etc. Team – Developed DSS. Pearson Education. 6 Hours 88 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 87 . and MULTICAPP.B UNIT . Heuristic Programming.B UNIT .PART . 8 Hours PART . contact Vs Non contact Inspection Technique conventional measuring and gauging techniques. utilization and availability. Multidimensional modelling – OLAP. Strategizes Big Develops the Info Net HR Portal System.1 INTRODUCTION: Definition of automation. CPPP.5 MODELING AND ANALYSIS: Opening Vignette: Dupont Simulates Rail Transportation System and Avoids Costly Capital Expense. DSS Research Directions and the DSS of the Future. Treating Certainty. implementation considerations. MIPLAN. : 06IP/IM845 : 04 : 52 PART . MSS Modeling in Spreadsheets. Optimization via Mathematical Programming.7 INSPECTION TECHNOLOGIES: Inspection Metrology. DSS Development Platforms. Modeling for MSS. Introduction to DSS Development. 8 Hours UNIT . manufacturing automation control 6 Hours UNIT . assembly and line balancing of automated assembly systems. CAPP. work-in-process. automated guided vehicle system. AUTAP.Efraim Turban. Developing DSS: Putting the System Together.6 MODELING AND ANALYSIS: Decision Analysis of a Few Alternatives (Decision Tables and Decision Trees). Simulation. 6 Hours UNIT ./ Week Total No. 6th Edn. Uncertainty and Risk. 6 Hours UNIT . Quantitative Software Package – OLAP. coordinate measuring machines.A UNIT . arguments for and against automation. Static and Dynamic Models.2 PRODUCTIVITY CONCEPTS. Influence Diagrams.. automated conveyor system. of Lecture Hrs.6 COMPUTER NETWORKS FOR MANUFACTURING: Hierarchy of computers in manufacturing local area networks. of Lecture Hrs. DSS Development Tool Selection. components of operating time. Alternate Development Methodologies. The Traditional System Development Life Cycle.8 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT: The DSS Development Methodology. DSS Technology Levels and Tools. . machine vision.3 HIGH VOLUME PRODUCTION SYSTEM: Analysis of automated flow lines. Prototyping: 6 Hours UNIT . Decision Support Systems and Artificial Intelligence. automation strategies 6 Hours UNIT .5 AUTOMATED MATERIAL HANDLING AND STORAGE SYSTEM: Types of material handling systems. Visual interactive Modeling and Visual Interactive Simulation. ISBN – 817808-367-1 AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURE Subject Code No. reasons for automating. 7 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1. Jay E Aronson. End User-Developed DSS. comments on the production concept. 7 Hours UNIT . Model Base Management. MATHEMATICAL MODELS: Manufacturing lead-time. 6 Hours UNIT .7 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT: Opening Vignette: Osram Sylvania Thinks Small.

data warehouse deployment. John Wiley. 6 Hours UNIT . John Wiley.6 DATA MINING ALGORITHMS: Classification. : 06IP/IM846 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 DATA WAREHOUSING PART -A UNIT .5 INTRODUCTION: Basics of data mining. of Lecture Hrs. Data warehousing and web.1994. 6 Hours UNIT . Dimensional modelling advanced topics. TMH. PHI.8 THE FUTURE AUTOMATED FACTORY: Trends in manufacturing. Automation. UNIT .Han. Inmon..3 DATA DESIGN AND DATA REPRESENTATION: Principles of dimensional modeling. Numerical Control and Computer aided Manufacture. Data mining concepts and techniques . Kimball. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. data extraction. 5.E.H./ Week Total No.. Dunham. H.R.4 INFORMATION ACCESS AND DELIVERY: Matching information to classes of users. Data Mining Introductory and advanced Topics . New Delhi – 2003. Building the Data warehouses . Linoff. 2. Wiley Dreamtech. Mallach. Pressman and Williams PHI – 1991 3. PHI.W.. 7 Hours UNIT . the future automated factory.M Barry and G. CAD/CAM. Web structure mining and Web usage mining.7 DATA MINING ALGORITHMS: Association rules. 1st 4.Paulraj Ponnian. basic elements of data warehousing. transformation and loading. 2nd edition.M. related concepts.1 OVERVIEW AND CONCEPTS: Need for data warehousing. data quality. Decision Support and Data warehouse systems . the social impact automated systems.8 KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY: KDD process. WEB MINING Web content mining. collecting the requirements. OLAP in data warehouse. John Wiley. Architectural 6 Hours UNIT . Clustering. Data mining techniques. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.Tiess Chieu Chang and Richard A Wysk PHI – 2002. growth and maintenance.2000. Infrastructure and metadata. 7 Hours DATA MINING PART . 2nd edition REFERENCES BOOKS: 1. Mastering Data Mining . of Lecture Hrs.Ralph Kimball. The Data Warehouse Toolkit . John Wiley. Kamber. Planning and Requirements Project planning and management. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit .B UNIT . 8 Hours 89 .Zimmers. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing . 90 DATA WARE HOUSING AND MINING Subject Code No. 2.2 ARCHITECTURE AND INFRASTRUCTURE: components.1st edition 2.. 2nd edition.Mikell P. 1st edition.UNIT . Trends in data warehousing. 6 Hours UNIT . Mikell P. An Introduction to Automated Process Planning System . Pearson education – 2002. 3.G. 3. Data Warehousing Fundamentals . Groover. New Delhi . Implementation and Maintenance Physical design process. Groover and Emory W.

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