Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Production Engineering)

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Course Structure

B.Tech Production engineering is a four year course. The course structure is divided into two parts: core papers and electives. Both the categories of paper are marked on the basis of credit points.

The course delivery methods in the program include classroom lectures, discussions, presentations and industry visits. Lab practical comprise a major part of the curriculum and attendance in practical sessions is compulsory.

Scheme of Assessment

In B.tech Production engineering Practical exam hold equal importance as do theoretical exams. In addition to the examinations held at the end of each semester, students are also assessed on certain parameters such as attendance, presentation, assignment and class participation for internal assessment marks. The projects assigned to students also carry weightage.

Syllabus

An overview for the syllabus is given below:

Core Papers

Name of the paper

Topics

Basic Sciences

Inorganic and organic chemistry ,

Chemistry lab ,

Mathematics-I ,

Physics of materials ,

Physics laboratory ,

Engineering arts and sciences

Engineering mechanics ,

Materials science ,

Introduction to computers and programming ,

Introduction to computer science ,

Principles of electrical engineering ,

Graphic science ,

Manufacturing practices ,

Humanities and Social Sciences

Introduction to humanities and social sciences ,

Departmental core

Mechanics of solids and fluids ,

Colloquium ,

Kinetics and dynamics of machines ,

Casting and welding ,

Metal forming and machining ,

Metrology and quality assurance ,

Machine element design ,

Operations planning and control ,

Machine tools and CNC Manufacturing ,

Computers in manufacturing enterprises ,

Introduction to production engineering ,

Mechanical engineering drawing

Design innovation and manufacturing ,

Process engineering and tool design project ,

Practical training  ,

Electives

  • Concurrent engineering
  • Control theory and applications
  • Investment planning
  • Value engineering
  • Design and manufacturing of composites
  • Low cost automation
  • Advances in metal forming
  • Advances in welding
  • Creativity in engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Computer aided mechanical design
  • Vibrations engineering design
  • Robotics engineering
  • Total quality management
  • Project management
  • Flexible manufacturing systems
  • Materials management
  • CNC machines and programming
  • Microprocessor applications in manufacturing
  • Micro and Nano manufacturing
  • Design for Manufacturing Assembly
  • Geometric modeling for manufacturing
  • Injection Moulding and mould design

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Ques. Which is better- IEM in Ms. Ramaiah or EEE in Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 17 Sept 21

Ans. After doing some research online, I would suggest not to go for IEM at Ramaiah, until and unless you are extremely interested in studying that particular subject. Since it will not pay you anything and you will eventually wind up in the same category of mass placement at one of the service-based companies.  Double-check the topics you will be studying. EEE is usually less exposed than IEM, yet EEE is regarded as the most complex branch to be studied.  The majority of EEE / ECE / other branches receive job offers from Infosys, HCL, Accenture, or Tech Mahindra. Parameters IEM at Ms. Ramaiah EEE at Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering Tuition Fees INR 3.47 lakh  INR 10 lakh Placement Percentage 95% 70% Highest Package 13 LPA 15 LPA Average Package 7.6 LPA INR 8 LPA So, what is the point of learning core Electronics if all you have to do at the conclusion of your engineering degree is code? If you want to build a career, think seriously about the branch you select. Regardless of the institution you attend, I believe EEE is far superior to IEM. Pursue EEE only if you are truly passionate about the subject.Read more
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Ques. What should I take: computer science, IIT Ropar, or production and industrial engineering, IIT Delhi?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 09 Sept 21

Ans. The choice depends on the branch of your interest. If you are interested in pursuing Computer Science Engineering, IIT Ropar is the best choice. If you are unsure of your choice, IIT Delhi is the best option. The placement and fee details of both institutes are as follows: Category IIT Ropar IIT Delhi Fee INR 8.58 Lakhs INR 8.43 Lakhs Average CTC INR 12 LPA INR 16 LPA Highest CTC INR 18 LPA INR 1 Crore PA Placement Percentage 100% 85.6% CSE has numerous opportunities available and you will be exposed to new concepts. Before any of this, your interest matters the most. Go through the curriculum carefully and read about the subjects offered in the course. Read more
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Ques. Which would be better to take from NIT Trichy: instrumentation and control or production?

● Top Answer By Zakia Parween on 04 Sept 21

Ans. I know a little bit about ISI Kolkata since I have a few friends from the institute. Here is what you should know about the internships between semesters.  The course curriculum specifies that in the summer after completing your first year of M.Tech, you have to do an internship either in the industry or academia. You will have 3 options.  Industry: Many companies that visit the Campus for placements of 2nd-year students also select interns for the same. Some of such companies are Samsung Research Labs, Google, General Electric, Reliance, Flipkart, De Shaw, JP Morgan Chase, etc. The average stipend offered last year was 65,000 rupees/month. Some companies offer more than 1 lakh/month. One of my friends interned at Samsung Research Labs. Academia: As per ISI guidelines, you need to pursue an internship at a different academic Institute or industry. A friend of mine went to NUS Singapore, while two others went to a university in Germany. You can also apply to other institutes in Japan, USA, and Europe. People also go to IITs, CMI, and other Tier-1 Institutes of India. Within ISI: If for some reason you could not get an internship in the above-mentioned ways, you can approach any of the 250+ faculty members across all 5 ISI‘s and can ask to work with them in their labs. You will have internships at the end of the first year. In the second year, you will have placements, dissertation, academics. So, the only time left to do an additional internship is the winter break after the first sem. Unless you are extremely enthusiastic, I will suggest that you take a break during this period. Because after the break you will be swamped with coursework for 1.5 years.Read more
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Ques. Which is better, production engineering at NIT Agartala or ECE at NIT Mizoram?

● Top Answer By Kiran Chugh on 28 Jul 21

Ans. Your decision completely depends on your priority as to what is the most important to you, the branch or the college. Being a graduate from NIT Agartala, I would suggest you go for NIT Agartala rather than NIT Mizoram. If college is the most important to you then you should go for NIT Agartala. The infrastructure is far better than most of the NITs. You may have to face some trouble regarding the faculties as they are not up to the mark. If the branch is your priority go for ECE, however, Production Engineering also has grown as a department. You can make your careers in Supply Change, Quality Management, and Control, etc. Other than this, your choice should depend upon the location. Give preference to the one that's closer to your home. Both the colleges are tier 3 Indian engineering colleges and the graduates have been working in companies with a package of 3 to 4 lakhs per annum. Categories Production Engineering at NIT Agartala ECE at NIT Mizoram Course Fee 6.31 lakh 5.43 lakh Highest CTC 8-10 LPA 6-7 LPA Average CTC 5.5 LPA 3.5 - 4 LPA Recruiting Companies L&T, NTPC, JP Morgan, Reliance, etc. Bharat Electronics Limited, Tech Mahindra, IBM, HP, etc. Both branches are equally good in their own ways. But ultimately it is your decision to choose where you want to study. It is suggested that you go for NIT Agartala as it is a more experienced institution than NIT Mizoram.Read more
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Ques. Which is a better choice among industrial systems engineering at IIT Kharagpur and electrical engineering at IIT Bhubaneswar?

● Top Answer By Sandhya R on 28 Jul 21

Ans. IIT Bhubaneshwar has come into existence recently and it is a new and young institute. It needs to develop more to grow and attain the reputation like other well stable institutes. It has to improve in terms of infrastructure, faculty, and opportunities. A few points on IIT Kharagpur before taking a decision: IIT Kharagpur is a well stable and maintained institute and has everything that you wish in an institute. It has the best faculty, reputation, and infrastructure. You can choose IIT Kharagpur if you want to spend your college years on a good campus with all the facilities as it is heaven for four years. If you are not getting the branch of your interest, there is an option to change the branch. But you must attain a higher GPA in your first semester, however, it is not an assured way and is risky. Compared with Industrial System Engineering at IIT Kharagpur, EE at IIT Bhubaneshwar would be a better option as the academics and job opportunities are better. You will receive great placement offers in IIT Bhubaneshwar also. It ends up at the branch you are interested in and then the institute. Both these branches are like North and south.Read more
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