An autonomous institution, Aided by Govt. of Karnataka, Affiliated To VTU
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Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology

Industrial Engineering & Management (Accredited by National Board of Accreditation)
Vision

To be globally recognized as a leader in Industrial Engineering, research and enhance the application of technical knowledge to benefit the society

Mission
  • To offer globally recognized program that equip graduates with strong problem solving ability in the design, analysis and implementation of integrated systems in manufacturing and service sectors.
  • To create state-of-the-art infrastructure for research and training in industrial Engineering.
  • Promoting collaboration with academia, industries and research organizations at national and international levels for socioeconomic development. .

Programs Offered

B.E in Industrial Engineering & Management

Head of Department

 

Rajendra

 

Dr. G. Rajendra , Head – IEM

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO 1 : Graduates to have a strong foundation in Mathematics, Science and Engineering fundamentals that prepare them for a successful career in Industrial Engineering, Management and allied fields.

PEO 2 : Graduates to function at a technically competent level and designing a system within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, manufacturability, health, safety and sustainability.

PEO 3 : Graduates to Effectively and economically utilize the resources of the enterprise using various optimization techniques.

PEO 4 : Graduates to Exhibit professionalism, good oral and written communication skills, team work and develop an attitude for lifelong learning.

Programme Outcomes(POs)

On completion of the course, the students will be able to:

PO 1: Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.

PO 2: Ability to design and conduct experiments related to deterministic or stochastic systems, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

PO 3: Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

PO 4: Ability to identify, formulate and solve Industrial and Management Systems Engineering problems.

PO 5: Student will be able to use modern industrial Engineering and management tools necessary for engineering practice.

PO 6: Ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

PO 7: Understand the major environmental, social and economic drivers pertaining to the necessity of developing sustainable operations.

PO 8: Student will exhibit professionalism and ethical responsibility.

PO 9: Effectively collaborate and function on multidisciplinary teams.

PO 10: Student will be able to communicate orally and verbally with different sections of society.

PO 11: Manage Project and Finance to satisfy customer expectations.

PO 12: Engage in life-long learning and appreciate the need for continual self-development.

Course Outline

To provide an excellent and innovative education setting to our students so they can learn and discover how complex systems work better.  The IE program strives to maintain a comprehensive curriculum that enables students to become leading engineers and/or creative researchers in the global marketplace and/or in graduate studies.  The program seeks to collaborate with private and public sectors in the search of methodologies and creative solutions to problems that contribute to the advancement of education, technology, and professional development.  Through plans and activities that search to embrace a student population of strong diversity, the program attempts to be a significant provider of global workforce.

Infrastructure

The following are our Exclusive laboratory

  • Industrial Engineering Lab
  • Quality Engineering Lab
  • Simulation Lab
  • Enterprise Resource Lab
  • Computer aided Machine Drawing
  • C Programming lab
  • Measurement and Metrology lab
  • Assemble and Disassemble
  • Advanced material Processing Lab

Industry Interactions

  1. MOU with industries: Ducom Industries for wear testing equipments, Peenya, Bangalore
  2. Industry interaction for Staff/student training: All the students are exposed to industries through their Industrial Visits and Project work during the VIII Semester.
  3. M/s Province systems India Pvt. Ltd
  4. M/s Auto Desk Pvt. Ltd
  5. Nathan & Nathan Consultancy Ltd. Bangalore.

Research and Development

a.Details of Research Projects

Sl.

No.

Title of the

Project

Funding

Agency

Duration Amount

(Rs)

Remarks (Completed or in Progress)
From To
Major Research Projects
1 Welding of Aluminum Silicon carbide Metal Matrix Composite AICTE 2002 2005 7.0 Lakhs Completed

b. Details of Research Areas

  1. Industrial Engineering
  2. Management
  3. Composite Materials
  4. Tribology

c.Details of Research guides

Sl.NO Name of the Guide Name of the Research Scholar Year of Registration Area of Research University Status
1 Dr. G.
Rajendra
a. G.C.Vijayakumar

 

 

b. Mallikarjuna    Kallimatha

 

c. Akstha V M

 

 

d. Arvaind

 

2011

 

 

2012

 

 

2012

 

 

2013

Financial analysis

 

Welding

 

 

Industrial Engineering

 

composites

VTU

 

 

VTU

 

 

VTU

 

 

VTU

Submitted thesis

 

Completed Viva voce

 

In progress

 

 

Comprehensive viva voce completed

2 Dr. N. Mohan a. Ashok Kumar

 

 

b. Sathish Kumar

 

c.Sachith

d.Vinay Kumar

 

e.Sharath

 

2013

 

 

2014

 

2014

2014

 

2016

Tribology

 

 

Cryogenic materials

MMC

Natural Composites

Innovation in Indian railways

 

VTU

 

 

VTU

 

VTU

VTU

 

VTU

Comprehensive viva voce completed

In progress

 

In progress

In progress

 

In progress

d. Details of Research Projects approved

Sl.

NO

Name of the Project Name of Project Investigators Funding Agency Duration Amount Sanctioned Status
1 Welding of Aluminium silicon carbide metal matrix composite Dr. G.  Rajendra AICTE 2 years 7.0 lakhs Completed
2 Effect of laser treatment on ceramic thermal barrier coating Rajeshwari P Management 1 year 1.0 Lakh Completed
3 Development of brush shells N Chetan AICTE 3 years 14.6 lakhs ongoing
4 Non contact power transmission using electro magnets N Chetan VGST, Govt. of Karnataka 6 Months 0.3 lakh completed

Industry Visits

Industrial visits were arranged for students to gain industrial knowledge to the following companies.

  1. Railway Wheel and Axel  Factory, Dodaballapur Road, Bangalore.
  2. BEML, Bangalore
  3. GTTC, Bangalore
  4. Supa Power plant
  5. Baden An line and Soda Factory (BASF)
  6. Varahi Power Plants
  7. InCAP  Contract Manufacturing Services Pvt Ltd.
  8. National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore
  9. Silver Spark Apparel Ltd, Dodaballpur.
  10. Hindustan Aeronautic Ltd.
  11. Bangalore Foundry’s
  12. LM Wind Power Ltd. Dabaspet, Tumkur.
  13. Toyota Kirloskar Ltd, Bangalore.
  14. Karnataka Foundries Ltd.
  15. Unique Punch Systems, Bangalore
  16. VISL, Bhadravathi
  17. MPM paper mills, Bhadravathi
  18. Sharavathi Power plant
  19. Tea Processing Plant, Ooty
  20. Ace Manufacturing Ltd. Bangalore
  21. Ace Design Ltd. Bangalore
  22. Chaithanya Industries Ltd. Bangalore

Model Question Papers

ENGINEERING THERMODYANAMICS: B. E. Degree Third Semester End Examination (SEE), December 2013 (Model Question Paper – 1)

ENGINEERING THERMODYANAMICS: B. E. Degree Second Semester End Examination (SEE), December 2013 (Model Question Paper – 2)

ENGINEERING THERMODYANAMICS: B. E. Degree Second Semester End Examination (SEE), December 2013 (Model Question Paper – 3)

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND COSTING: B. E. Degree Seventh Semester End Examination (SEE) December 2013 (Model Question Paper – 1)

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND COSTING: B. E. Degree Seventh Semester End Examination (SEE) December 2013 (Model Question Paper – 2)

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND COSTING: B. E. Degree Seventh Semester End Examination (SEE) December 2013 (Model Question Paper – 3)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT:Seventh Semester B. E. Degree (Autonomous) Examinations (Model Question Paper – 1)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT:Seventh Semester B. E. Degree (Autonomous) Examinations (Model Question Paper – 2)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT:Seventh Semester B. E. Degree (Autonomous) Examinations (Model Question Paper – 3)