This program focuses on the requirements of the manufacturing industry embracing the areas of production planning and control, design, materials, processes and quality control. The curriculum has been framed drawing course contents from traditional fields such as materials and processes, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, and management. The syllabus for various courses has been designed in general to introduce the application of analytical and quantitative methods in manufacturing and to train the students to develop skills in the utilization of the modern tools such as simulation, optimization, statistical data analysis, and finite element analysis. During the course of study, the students will acquire knowledge and skills to solve practical problems encountered in manufacturing.

Duration : Two years

Eligibility : A Pass with Minimum 60% in B.E./B.Tech in the relevant area of specialisation or equivalent qualification.

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering


Core Courses Electives
Applied Engineering Mathematics Computer Aided Product Development
Materials Science and Engineering Finite Element Methods
Optimization Techniques in Engineering Surface Engineering
Theory of Plasticity and Metal Forming Design of Experiments
Analysis of Machining Processes Advanced Welding Technology
Manufacturing Automation Embedded Systems
Advanced Casting Technology Advances in Manufacturing Technology
Metrology and Sensing Systems Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Seminar I Composite Materials and Processing
Production and Operations Management Product Lifecycle Management
Manufacturing Engineering Lab I Tool Engineering and Design
Manufacturing Engineering Lab II Advances in Process Technology
Manufacturing Engineering Lab III Reliability Engineering
Minor Project Financial Management
Dissertation Lean Manufacturing
  Quality Engineering
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