M.Sc[Engg.] in Manufacturing Management(Part Time)

M S Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies (MSRSAS)
In Bangalore

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  • Master
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    36 Months
Description

The specific course aims are: 1. To design and develop lean and competitive manufacturing facilities. 2. To evaluate and design efficient supply chain systems. 3. To apply continuous improvement techniques to identify waste. 4. To identify opportunities for the application of new materials and processes.

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Starts Location
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Bangalore
M.S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies Gnanagangothri Campus, New BEL Road, 560054, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

course will normally be expected to possess at least one of the following: ·A degree (4-year programme) in engineering or equivalent · Masters degree in Science in relevant area · A degree (3-year programme) in science with 1 or 2 years of industrial experience · A Technical Diploma plus at least 3 years appropriate and relevant experience at a professional level

Course programme

This course aims to prepare students for developing their careers in Engineering Management. The course will give students capability to design efficient manufacturing management systems with good understanding of engineering and growing industry needs of the twenty first century. Emphasis is placed on application of latest technology in materials, processing, information and supply chain to attain a competitive edge.

Detailed Module:

Sl. No. Module Code Module Title
1 MMD501 Advanced Mechanics of Materials
2 MMD502 Kinematics of Machinery And Mechanism Design
3 MMD503 Machine Dynamics and Condition Monitoring
4 MMD504 Tribology and Heat Transfer
5 MMD505 Design for X
6 AME501 Computer Aided Engineering
7 AME503 Finite Element Analysis
8 MMD506 Drives, Actuation and Control
9 MMD507 Machinery Design - I
10 MMD508 Machinery Design - II

11 PRJ600 Project

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