Every production of an artist should be the expression of an adventure of his soul. ~ W. Somerset Maugham Production engineering is a combination of manufacturing technology, engineering sciences and management science. Production engineering refers to the intricate design and careful planning that goes into creating a product. Such a process can be quite broad, incorporating everything from the initial use of raw materials to the final products made available to consumers as large-scale durable goods
|Bachelor of Technology (Production Engineering)|
|Entrance Exam||Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced, Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main, VIT Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE), Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam (UPSEE)|
|Specialization||Production & Industrial Engineering|
|Average Course Fee||₹1,30,000 to ₹7,50,000|
|Goal||Production Engineer, Quality Engineer, Production Support Engineer, Production Engineer Trainee, Plant Engineer|
Henry Laurence Gantt Henry Laurence Gantt- He was an American mechanical engineer and management consultant who is best known for his work in the development of scientific management. Gantt Charts were employed on major infrastructure projects including the Hoover Dam and Interstate Highway System and continue to be an important tool in project management and program management. In his 1916 book "Work, Wages, and Profits" Gantt explicitly discusses scheduling, especially in the job shop environment. He proposes giving to the foreman each day an "order of work" that is an ordered list of jobs to be done that day. Moreover, he discusses the need to coordinate activities to avoid "interferences". However, he also warns that the most elegant schedules created by planning offices are useless if they are ignored, a situation that he observed. Gantt shows a progress chart that indicates for each month of the year, using a thin horizontal line, the number of items produced during that month. In addition, a thick horizontal line indicates the number of items produced during the year. Each row in the chart corresponds to an order for parts from a specific contractor, and each row indicates the starting month and ending month of the deliveries. It is the closest thing to the Gantt charts typically used today in scheduling systems, though it is at a higher level than machine scheduling. Gantt’s machine record chart and man record chart are quite similar, though they show both the actual working time for each day and the cumulative working time for a week. Each row of the chart corresponds to an individual machine or operator. These charts do not indicate which tasks were to be done, however.