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About Industrial Engineering

Industrial engineering is concerned with the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, knowledge, equipment, energy, material and process.

Industrial engineering draws upon the principles and methods of engineering analysis and synthesis. It eliminates waste of time, money, materials, energy and other resources. Industrial Engineering is also sometimes referred to as Operations Management, Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Engineering Management, etc. depending on the viewpoint or motives of the user.

Whereas most engineering disciplines apply skills to very specific areas, industrial engineering is applied in virtually every industry. Industrial Engineers work on projects like shortening queues at a theme park, scheduling an operating room in a hospital, distributing products worldwide, manufacturing cheaper and more reliable automobiles, etc.

Even though the term industrial engineering is originally applied to manufacturing, it has extended its scope to cover similar fields like operations research, information systems, ergonomics and quality engineering. While Industrial Engineer was originally focused on manufacturing, industrial engineers are now involved in the design of systems and processes to produce and deliver goods and services in all types of organization. We work to integrate systems involving people, materials, facilities, finances, equipment, energy, and information. Our objective is to achieve the best possible results in terms of quality, productivity, and safety.

 

Objectives


PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):

The Programme Educational Objectives of B.Tech. (Industrial Engineering )programmes are:

  • To prepare graduates who will be successful professionals in industry, government, academia, research, entrepreneurial pursuit and consulting firms
  • To prepare graduates who will contribute to society as broadly educated, expressive, ethical and responsible citizens with proven expertise
  • To prepare graduates who will achieve peer-recognition; as an individual or in a team; through demonstration of good analytical, design and implementation skills
  • To prepare graduates who will thrive to pursue life-long learning to fulfill their goals

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs):

Undergraduate engineering programmes are designed to prepare graduates to attain the following program outcomes:

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice
  • An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems
  • An ability to select appropriate engineering tools and techniques and use them with dexterity
  • An ability to design a system and process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as health, safety, security and manufacturability
  • An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions
  • An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions within purview of laws, in a contemporary, global, economical, environmental, and societal context for sustainable development
  • An ability to function professionally with ethical response ability as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude
  • An ability to communicate effectively
  • An ability to appreciate the importance of goal setting and to recognize the need for life-long learning
  • To produce well informed socially responsible global citizen with sharp critical thinking skills having sound awareness about finance management, engineering laws and human rights, ethics and values. They will have entrepreneurial spirit.

 

History

Department of Industrial Engineering started its journey on 2011 with an inaugural batch of 60 students admitted for B. Tech course in Industrial Engineering. The department presently houses more than 200 students pursuing their Undergraduate and Doctoral Degrees. The department is equipped with state of art laboratories for carrying out world class research. The first batch of Industrial Engineering students graduated with B. Tech. degrees in 2015.

 

Head of the department

Dr. M.B. Kiran
Associate Professor & Head
Department of Industrial Engineering

Dr. M.B. Kiran has completed his graduation (B.E.) in Industrial and Production Engineering from University of Mysore. He did his post graduation (M.E.) in Production Engineering from P.S.G. College of Technology, Coimbatore and Doctoral degree (Ph.D). in Surface Metrology from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 1997. He has been working as Associate Professor & Head in Industrial Engineering Department, School of Technology, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, since January 2014.

Dr. M.B. Kiran has industry, teaching and research experience of 25 years. He has worked in many multinational for over 18 years. He has completed many multi-million Dollar & mission critical projects for clients in U.S.A. successfully. Also, he has worked as Professor for five years in an Engineering college affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka, India. He has more than 15 years of post Ph.D. experience. He has been working actively in many academic and professional bodies. He has been working both as a consultant and visiting professor. He has been contributing many technical publications in reputed national and international journals and conferences.

Dr. M.B. Kiran has guided many M. Tech. dissertations in diversified areas of Industrial and Production Engineering. Currently, he is guiding five research scholars pursuing Ph.D. He is the principal investigator for AICTE funded project.

Areas of Interest: Project management, Surface Metrology, Image processing techniques, Dimensional Accuracy and Surface Finish in Additive Manufacturing, Digital signal processing, Pattern recognition, Nano-surface metrology.

 

International Relations

The University has collaboration with universities of International repute such as University of Saskatchewan (Canada), University of Tulsa, University of Oklahoma, University of Houston, Ontario (Canada), American Jewish Committee, Texas A & M University (USA), Georgia Tech University, University of Regina (Canada), Georgia Tech Research Corporation.

The following students from Industrial Engineering have attended International Exposure Program at Lamar University, U.S.A.:

ROLL NO NAME
13BIE018 KAPADIA PRAYASH DHARMESHKUMAR
14BIE015 MAKWANA DIVYANSHEE
14BIE007 PANCHAL DHRUMEET SHAILESH
13BIE041 PATEL JAY KANUBHAI
13BIE043 PATEL YASH DIVYANG
13BIE044 PATEL YASHKUMAR RAHULKUMAR
13BIE051 SANGANI SANKET CHANDUBHAI

 

Industrial Relation

To develop university graduates with a basic understanding of Quality concepts to meet industry expectations a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar and the American Society for Quality India Pvt. Ltd (ASQ, India) to achieve three main objectives:

  • Impart latest concepts of Quality through classroom workshops
  • Create opportunities to work on projects relevant to industry
  • Organize ASQ LMC (Local Member Community) meeting/interaction and thereby inviting industry Quality experts to share their experience.

In accordance with a mutual desire to promote a greater inter-action between industry and academia ASQ India through their Ahmedabad Local Member Community (LMC) Governing Council member has been conducting seminars/meetings and workshops for general benefit for student and faculty members. These seminars and workshops on Quality Management were conducted by the experts from Bosch Rexroth, Ford, RPG Cables, ABB etc. ASQ has also initiated a certificate scheme which will be offered to ASQ student members.

Careers in Industrial Engineering
Industrial Engineers use their problem-solving techniques in almost every organization you can imagine. Industrial Engineers may find work in in manufacturing, banks, hospitals, government organizations, transportation, construction, electronics, facility design, safety, and warehousing. Because Industrial Engineers are needed in such a large spectrum of fields, there is a variance in the type of working conditions you could expect. As an Industrial Engineer, you could be involved in such activities as: long-range planning, new facility design, installation of manufacturing systems, improvement of work flow, design of a management information system, statistical analysis, optimization studies, economic decision-making, job hazard analysis, project management, manufacturing processes improvement, inventory control, or quality control.
Consider the following sample job descriptions:

  • As an industrial engineer for an airline, you might use computer simulation to decide on the best way for passengers to board airplanes
  • As an ergonomist at a manufacturer of tractors, to reduce the risk of repetitive stress injuries, you may assess and change the tools that workers use or help redesign the tractor to safer and easier to use by the farmer
  • As a quality manager for an automobile manufacturer, you may be responsible for supervising supplier quality by using acceptance sampling plans to monitor incoming shipments of materials
  • At a manufacturer of processed food items, you may be in charge of inventory management, quality control, budgeting, and employee development, or may work to improve the product packaging to minimize product spoilage on its journey to the store
  • As a quality engineer for a power company, you may improve customer satisfaction by designing a process to schedule service calls around the availability of the customer
  • As an inventory controller for a greeting card company, you may be responsible for forecasting sales of cards and using those results to monitor card inventory levels and schedule card production
  • As an industrial engineer in a manufacturing company, you may carry out time studies to help establish wage rates and incentive plans
  • At a logistics company, you may use mathematical methods and computer models to help plan delivery routes

Industrial Engineers can work in almost all types of industries. Self-employment opportunities are also available as consultants or specialists in methods and work operation usually after suitable years of industrial experience. They can also join private consultancy firms, R & D establishments of big companies or as purchase engineers and technical sales managers. Because of the broad-based nature of the course, industrial engineers can work with all types of engineering, manufacturing and service industries in the private and public sectors.

 

Contact Us

Department of Industrial Engineering
School of Technology
Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
Raisan, Gandhinagar-392007
Phone No.: (+91-79) 23275406.

 

Course Curriculum

First 2 years common with mechanical engineering courses

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Laboratory

Work Study(Wdm) And +Statistical Quality Vontrol(Sqc) Laboratories
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Industrial Engineering-Laboratory Equipments
Serial number Semester Name of the laboratory Load(hours / week) Semester
1 ODD Quality control(QSC) 4 7
2 ODD CAD-CAM 8 7
3 ODD MDW LAB 4 5
4 ODD MP-II LAB 4 5
5 ODD MMM LAB 4 3
6 ODD FM LAB 4 3
7 ODD WORKSHOP 4 3
8 ODD EMEC LAB 4 3
9 ODD PHYSICS LAB 4 1
10 ODD WORKSHOP 4 1
11 ODD Communication lab 2 1
12 EVEN Simulation of manufacturing and service system lab 4 8
13 EVEN Ergonomics lab 4 6
14 EVEN Production technology lab 4 6
15 EVEN Manufacturing process -I lab 4 4
16 EVEN DME lab 8 4
17 EVEN KOM lab 4 4
18 EVEN Metallurgy lab 4 4
19 EVEN Fluid machinery lab 4 4
20 EVEN Engineering Graphics lab 4 2
21 EVEN Applied Mechanics lab 4 2
22 EVEN Chemistry lab 4 2

 

Seminars / Projects

Dr. Aneesh Chinubhai gave an expert talk on the topic of TQM in Manufacturing and Services as part of faculty development program in December, 2014

Supply Chain Risk Management

TQM In Service Sector

Bus Network Design Using OR Techniques

Lean In Healthcare Industries

Barriers Of Supply Chain Management Implementation In Mfg. Co.

Quality Function Deployment

Poka Yoke

Layout Of Retail Facilities

Quality Management In The Autmotive Industry

Management In Hospitals

Taguchi Method - Compare With Traditional DOE

SMED

Enterprise Resource Planning

Demand Forecasting Of Petrochemical Industries

Smart and sustainable packaging

Applying Probabilistic Approach In Prod. Planning & Control

Transport Integration Tools For SCM

Third Party Logistics

Lean Six Sigma

Application Of TPM & KAIZEN

Industrial Planning

Application Of DOE In Welding Process

Ergonomic design of Industrial Equipment

Facility Layout Design

Analysis Of FMS Using Petri-Nets

ERP Techniques Use For Advanced Planning & Scheduling

Optimization and Simulation in Railway Operation Planning

Airline Crew Scheduling

Importance of ERP in Organizations.

Incentive Schemes In Manufacturing

TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)

Statistical Analysis of Prod. Process Of PTFE Products

Quality Management In Conventional Energy Manufacturing

DOE Application In Industry

Optimization And Scheduling In Service System

Materials Optimization In Boeing

Facility Location Planning And Techniques

Quality Control In Food Industry

Optimizing Assembly Sequences

Optimization Via Automation In Industries

Revenue Management

Plant Layout Optimization

Inventory Management Of Hazardous Materials

Logistics Management

Statistical Quality Control In Pharmaceutical Company

Demand Forecasting

Reinforcement Learning In AI

Role of Shipping Industry in SCM

Optimization in Cutting Stock Problems

 

Details of seminars/Lectures/Events conducted:

Theme Name, designation, and affiliation of Speaker/s participated Date Photographs of speakers and event
Guest lecture
"Lean Transformation & Business"
Mr. Sujal Shah
Plant leader Ingersoll Rand(INDIA),
Mr. Dinesh Menon
HR
20/01/2017
Workshop
Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) Workshop: Workshop consisted of two technical session followed by hands on session on fundamental modules and different applications of image processing
Mr. E. Sureshkumar
Benchmark Electronic System
21/01/2017

 

Schedule

Activity Calendar for Industrial Engineering Department for 2016-2017
Sr No. TENTATIVE DATE DAY ACTIVITY
1 16 TH AUGUST,2016 TUESDAY GENERAL BODY MEETING
2 17 TH SEPTEMBER SATURDAY SEMINAR 1
3 12TH & 13TH NOVEMBER SATURDAY-SUNDAY WORKSHOP 1
4 3RD SEPTEMBER SATURDAY SEMINAR 2
5 10TH & 11TH DECEMBER SATURDAY-SUNDAY WORKSHOP 2
6 13TH AUGUST SATURDAY ASQ D1
7 27TH AUGUST SATURDAY ASQ D2
8 10TH SEPTEMBER SATURDAY ASQ D3
9 1ST OCTOBER SATURDAY ASQ D4
10 22ND OCTOBER SATURDAY ASQ D5
11 5TH NOVEMBER SATURDAY ASQ INDUSTRIAL VISIT (4TH YEAR)
12 19TH NOVEMBER SATURDAY ASQ C1
13 3RD DECEMBER SATURDAY ASQ C2
14 17TH DECEMBER SATURDAY ASQ C3
15 7TH JANUARY,2017 SATURDAY ASQ C4
16 21ST JANUARY SATURDAY ASQ C5
17 4TH FEBRUARY SATURDAY ASQ INDUSTRIAL VISIT (3RD YEAR)

 

 

 

Student Publications

 

Sr No. Name of conference Date Venue Roll no. Authors Title of Paper
1 4th Business and Management Conference 12/10/2016 to 15/10/2016 Istanbul, Turkey 13BIE004 & 13BIE007 Hunny Bhagchandani & Dilan Brahmkshatriya Optimization of operations in inbound logistics to reduce Vehicle Transit time: A case study of India’s largest edible oil Company
2 4th Business and Management Conference 12/10/2016 to 15/10/2016 Istanbul, Turkey 13BIE007 & 13BIE004 Dilan Brahmkshatriya & Hunny Bhagchandani Designing on-Production line QC model: A case study of India’s largest edible oil Company
3 Startup Istanbul 06/10/2016 to 10/10/2016 Istanbul, Turkey 13BIE004 & 13BIE007 Hunny Bhagchandani & Dilan Brahmkshatriya Torchit Electronics PVT LMT

 

Research Focus

Department of Industrial engineering conducts research in the field of Quality Management in manufacturing and service systems, Measurement of Efficiency, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), Surface Metrology, Image Processing Techniques, Digital Signal Processing, Friction Stir Processing, Electrochemical Processing, Robotic Trajectories Optimization, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Multi Criteria Decision Analysis.

In the year 2014-15 a grant worth USD 1,94,600/- in the form of software licenses was received from Simio, LLC of USA to support teaching and research activities in the area of simulation of manufacturing and service systems.

Research is an integral and important part of any higher education system. Industrial department actively promotes research among its staff and students. In addition to basic research, which is the backbone of any applied research, the institute also gives adequate importance and support to applied research. Students undertake research projects as a component of their education programme itself. Teachers conduct research as an integral part of their responsibilities since this enables them to assimilate and disseminate the knowledge as well as generate new knowledge. The students are encouraged to publish their findings in reputed journals and present papers at conferences. Department of Industrial engineering aims at developing world class research in the field of Manufacturing management, Operations research, Simulation, Supply chain management and Optimization.

Research guidance – Ph.D
Dr. M. B. Kiran :

 

Dr. Abhishek Kumar :

 

Research Projects


Area of Research Name of the faculty member(s) Title of Research Project/Status Funding Agency Amount Rs. (in lacs)
Industrial Engineering Dr.M.B.Kiran In Process Evaluation of Surface Roughness of Components in Computer Integrated Manufacturing (Completed) All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) Rs. 12.5 lacs
Industrial Engineering Dr. Abhishek Kumar Optimization of Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) Drilling Parameters Using Neural Genetic Approach For Techno-Commerical Evaluation ORSP, PDPU, Gandhinagar Rs. 0.7 lacs
Industrial Engineering Dr. Poonam Savsani Solving vehicle routing problem via advanced optimization algorithms Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops , BC, Canada $5000 Canadian Dollars
Industrial Inspection Dr.M.B.Kiran Evaluation of Flatness of Machined Surfaces Using Vision System ORSP, PDPU, Gandhinagar Rs. 0.5 lacs
Industrial Quality Control Dr.M.B.Kiran Evaluation of Flatness of Machined Surfaces Using Vision System ORSP, PDPU, Gandhinagar Rs. 0.5 lacs
Optimization Dr. Poonam Savsani Solving travelling salesman problem using metaheuristic methods TRU, Canada Rs. 2.5 lacs
Manufacturing Engineering Mr. Kishan Ashok Fuse Multi repsonse optimization of Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) composites using grey relational analysis ORSP Rs. 20000

 

Interdisciplinary Research

Department of Industrial engineering is carrying out interdisciplinary research with department of Mechanical Engineering in the field of Manufacturing, Surface Metrology, Image Processing Techniques and Optimization.

 

Faculty

 

 


ROLE OF FACULTY ADVISOR

On joining the School, every student is assigned to a Faculty Advisor. Students are expected to consult the Faculty Advisor on matters relating to their academic performance and the courses they may take in various semesters. The role of Faculty Advisor is to extend guidance to students, enabling them to complete their courses of study in a smooth and satisfactory manner.

Specific role of Faculty Adviser includes:
  • Guidance about the rules and regulations governing the courses of study.
  • Registration of students for courses, within the scope of the regulations.
  • Special attention to weak students, including making revised plan of study for weak/bright students based on their academic performance.
  • Providing moral support to students in academic, emotional, and social/adjustment issues.
  • Organizing Open House for parents or legal guardians to discuss the progress, grievances or issues of students.
  • Monitoring the attendance of students from time to time in respective classes. Informing respective faculties and Director SOT about students with poor attendance.
  • Monitor and review academic progress of students on regular basis.
  • Encourage the students to participate in workshops, conferences, seminars, expert lectures, and participating in paper/poster presentations.
  • Suggest books, journals, articles, websites, videos, or other resources to students.
  • Suggest certification courses to students for overall development. Encourage students to take up projects and research studies.
  • Encourage students to appear in competitive exams.
  • Filing necessary paperwork on students and facilitate meetings with other faculty members.
  • Sharing the progress and problems of respective students with concerned faculty members to make them aware of students needs.
  • Help students maintain a balance between academic and co-curricular aspects of student life.
  • Discussion about student progress with Director SOT as and when required.

 

Staff

Mr. Arvind Makwana
Laboratory Assistant

 

Students


B.TECH INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 2016 BATCH

Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
1 16BIE001 Abhiram Utkarsh Srivstava
2 16BIE002 Aditi Maheshwari
3 16BIE003 Aditya Sanjay Dave
4 16BIE004 Apoorv Agarwal
5 16BIE005 Arjun Patel
6 16BIE006 Ayush N Panchal
7 16BIE007 Baldha Miraj Jamanbhai
8 16BIE009 Bombaywala Mohammad Jahangir
9 16BIE010 Dalsaniya Arrown Upanjas
10 16BIE011 Dhananjay Chaudhary
11 16BIE012 Garvit Chaudhary
12 16BIE013 Harsh Patel
13 16BIE015 Jain Preet Jeevan
14 16BIE017 Jha Shubhamkumar Sanjaykumar
15 16BIE018 Karan Shah
16 16BIE019 Khanak Naresh Ichhuda
17 16BIE021 Maitra Vinod Monpara
18 16BIE021 Makawana Hrutvik Dashrathbhai
19 16BIE022 Manan Hadvani
20 16BIE023 Mehta Soham Abhay
21 16BIE024 Mendapara Nayan Prafulbhai
22 16BIE025 Modi Dhananj Rakesh
23 16BIE026 Modi Jankit Hiteshbhai
24 16BIE027 Mohata Yugalkishore Ramesh
25 16BIE028 Parshwa Bhansali
26 16BIE029 Patel Arpan Harshad
27 16BIE030 Patel Deep Narendrakumar
28 16BIE032 Patel Kishan Ganpatbhai
29 16BIE033 Patel Ritu Rajendrabhai
30 16BIE034 Patel Vedant Nileshbhai
31 16BIE035 Prabhakar Prashant Hitendrakumar
Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
32 16BIE036 Prajapati Sunny Rajubhai
33 16BIE037 Purva Shah
34 16BIE038 Rajput Anuragsingh Rambaransingh
35 16BIE039 Rishabh Pritesh Shah
36 16BIE040 Salonee Jain
37 16BIE041 Sankshit Pandoh
38 16BIE042 Shah Armaan
39 16BIE043 Shah Ishan Jignesh
40 16BIE045 Solanki Vaibhav Harish
41 16BIE047 Vyas Bhargav Jatin
42 16BIE049 Yadav Shubhamkumar Sudershankkumar
43 16BIE050 Bhojani Deep Kantibhai
44 16BIE051 Chikhaliya Deepkumar Sureshbhai
45 16BIE053 Dhananjay Kushwah
46 16BIE054 Faldu Priyank Girdharbhai
47 16BIE055 Ganatra Dhvanit Kishorbhai
48 16BIE056 Harsh Pruthvisingh Sisodiya
49 16BIE057 Kabra Vedant
50 16BIE058 Khant Manthankumar Bhagvanbhai
51 16BIE059 M Viraal
52 16BIE060 Nayak Dhruvil Viralkumar
53 16BIE061 Nitish Sharma
54 16BIE062 Patel Sanket Pravinbhai
55 16BIE063 Preetkumar Kalavadia
56 16BIE064 Sheilja Bhatt
57 16BIE065 Tiwari Ashutosh Ramashankar
58 16BIE066 Zala Karanrajsinh Dharmarajsinh
59 16BIE067 Soni Rohan Sanjay
60 16BIE068 Yash Patel
61 15BIE001 Acharya Priyesh Kanaiyalal
62 15BIE035 Nair Amiraj M

 

B.TECH INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 2015 BATCH

Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
1 15BIE002 Kush Adhvaryu
2 15BIE003 Ashish Agrawal
3 15BIE004 Bhaumik Ashar
4 15BIE005 Jay Bhandari
5 15BIE006 Anand Bhesdadiya
6 15BIE007 Rushik Borad
7 15BIE008 Chaudhari Chintan Jashubhai
8 15BIE009 Yash Dhingani
9 15BIE010 Devvrat Doshi
10 15BIE011 Pranjal Dubal
11 15BIE012 Khushboo Gangvekar
12 15BIE013 Gaud Aakash Chetnarayan
13 15BIE014 Ghadiyali Chittvan
14 15BIE015 Kaushal Gohel
15 15BIE016 Vishal Gohel
16 15BIE017 Manan Hingorani
17 15BIE018 Darshitkumar Jagetiya
18 15BIE019 Vaibhav Jain
19 15BIE020 Santosh Jethwani
20 15BIE021 Jivani Rushikumar Vijaybhai
21 15BIE022 Akshata Joshi
22 15BIE024 Jay Kamani
23 15BIE025 Enil Kansagra
24 15BIE026 Parshwa Vikram Kapadia
25 15BIE027 Shreshth Khurana
26 15BIE028 Raj Koradia
27 15BIE029 Umang Maru
28 15BIE030 Mehta Navil Dhirajkumar
29 15BIE031 Parth Modhia
30 15BIE032 Manmit Mody
31 15BIE033 Jatin Motwani
32 15BIE034 Sneh Mulani
33 15BIE036 Parth Pant
34 15BIE037 Rucha Parikh
35 15BIE038 Patel Aakashkumar Dineshbhai
36 15BIE039 Darshankumar Patel
37 15BIE040 Patel Parth Vipulbhai
38 15BIE041 Parth Patel
39 15BIE042 Patel Shival
Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
40 15BIE043 Patel Vedang Shaileshkumar
41 15BIE044 Vyom Patel
42 15BIE045 Prajapati Trushali
43 15BIE046 Raj Raiyani
44 15BIE049 Raol Yashrajsingh H
45 15BIE050 Satodiya Denish
46 15BIE051 Aditya Shah
47 15BIE052 Mauli Shah
48 15BIE053 Shah Parth
49 15BIE054 Aditi Sharma
50 15BIE055 Ujas Shukla
51 15BIE056 Abhishek Singh
52 15BIE057 Ashray Unadkat
53 15BIE058 Monal Vaishnani
54 15BIE059 Piyush Verma
55 15BIE060 Rajvee
56 14BIE005 Rajat Chaudhary
57 14BIE020 Panchal Shreya Maheshkumar
58 14BIE053 Patel Neel Dharmeshkumar
59 14BIE056 Patel Yash S.
60 14BIE061D Katariya Deepakkumar Chhaganbhai
61 15BIE061D Bhimani Parthkumar Rameshbhai
62 15BIE062D Chauhan Niranjan Sumanchandra
63 15BIE063D Chavada Kuldeep Rameshbhai
64 15BIE064D Gopani Vairagbhai Himatlal
65 15BIE065D Hirani Vivek RajubhaiHirani Vivek Rajubhai
66 15BIE066D Patel Akash Babubhai
67 15BIE067D Shah Purvish Rashmikant
68 15BIE068D Shukla Raj Hiten
69 15BIE069D Sodha Keyur Bhupendrakumar
70 15BIE070D Trivedi Akash Chandresh
71 15BIE071D Vaghasia Vatsal Maheshkumar
72 15BIE072D Dhaneja Jigar Prafulbhai
73 15BIE073D Harshul P Patel

 

 

 

B.TECH INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 2014 BATCH

Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
1 14BIE002 Belagali Nikhil Mukund
2 14BIE003 Bhansali Surbhi Rajendra
3 14BIE004 Chaudhari Jay Dineshbhai
4 14BIE006 Dave Prathit
5 14BIE007 Dhrumeet Shailesh Panchal
6 14BIE008 Drashti
7 14BIE009 Jain Ujjwal Niraj
8 14BIE010 Jasani Nihar
9 14BIE012 Kathrecha Kirtan Nikhil
10 14BIE013 Kumar Vipul Dileep
11 14BIE014 Lakhani Yash Raju
12 14BIE015 Makwana Divyanshee Rajesh
13 14BIE016 Malani Mohil Vinodbhai
14 14BIE017 Mevada Manan Maheshkumar
15 14BIE018 Mohammed Irfan
16 14BIE021 Panchal Tanak Manan
17 14BIE022 Parikh Maulik
18 14BIE025 Patel Dipen Pankajkumar
19 14BIE026 Patel Ishan Deepakkumar
20 14BIE027 Patel Nikunjkumar Mansukhbhai
21 14BIE028 Patel Smit Bharatbhai
22 14BIE029 Patel Utkarsh R
23 14BIE030 Patel Yash Babubhai
24 14BIE031 Prajapati Hardik
25 14BIE032 Satasiya Gunjan Ramjibhai
26 14BIE034 Shah Jay Sanjaybhai
27 14BIE035 Shaikh Imranali Sharafatali
28 14BIE036 Thakkar Parth Haribhai
29 14BIE037 Thakur Rajendra
Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
30 14BIE038 Tiwari Ronak Ramvishal
31 14BIE039 Tiwari Shashank Shashikant
32 14BIE040 Trivedi Sharvin Rajeshkumar
33 14BIE041 Vaishnav Aditya Dineshbhai
34 14BIE042 Vishruth Ashok Kumar
35 14BIE043 Vora Faiz F
36 14BIE044 Walia Ishita
37 14BIE045 Yadav Mihir J
38 14BIE046 Zinzala Punit Nagjibhai
39 14BIE047 Zinzuwadia Vidit Vipul
40 14BIE048 Bajaj Rushiraj
41 14BIE050 Jaspuriya Grishma Himanshu
42 14BIE051 Kakustam Hari Chandana
43 14BIE052 Pandit Yug
44 14BIE055 Singh V. Yuvraj V.P.Singh
45 14BIE058D Gajera Rushit J
46 14BIE059D Jadeja Jayrajsinh M
47 14BIE060D Joshi Dhaval R
48 14BIE062D Malaiya Hiteshkumar H
49 14BIE063D Patel Harshkumar G
50 14BIE065D Solanki Jay R
51 14BIE066D Thanki Savan H
52 14BIE068D Dhruval V. Panchal
53 14BIE069D Nand Patel
54 14BIE070D Shiyani Siddharth Rajeshbhai
55 13BIE003 Pranav Barad

 

 

 

B.TECH INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 2013 BATCH

Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
1 12BIE007 Dixitkumar Chaudhary
2 12BIE018 Vishwaraj Manhar Jariwala
3 12BIE024 Jayant Malaviya
4 13BIE001 Agarawal Shivam Ghanshyam Das
5 13BIE002 Aghera Jaymin Mahendra
6 13BIE004 Bhagchandani Hunny Jagdishkumar
7 13BIE005 Bhatt Dhruv Narendra
8 13BIE006 Bhatt Nihal Deepak
9 13BIE007 Brahmkshatriya Dilan
10 13BIE008 Chaudhari Priyank Kumar Vipulbhai
11 13BIE010 Dave Divij Nimeshbhai
12 13BIE011 Dholariya Ankit Rameshbhai
13 13BIE012 Fathwani Aadesh Kumar Kamal Kumar I
14 13BIE013 Gandhi Paritosh Jagdishbhai
15 13BIE014 Gandhi Yash Deepakbhai
16 13BIE015 Jaiswal Yash Mahesh
17 13BIE017 Joshi Ritesh Nikhilbhai
18 13BIE018 Kapadia Prayash
19 13BIE019 Khatri Jatin Manoj
20 13BIE021 Kotak Rohan Ghanshyambhai
21 13BIE022 Lalwala Soham Rajendra
22 13BIE023 Limbachiya Parth Maheshbhai
23 13BIE025 Malani Chirag
24 13BIE028 Mistry Meet Sunilbhai
25 13BIE029 Modi Jay Satishkumar
26 13BIE030 Nasit Ravi Girishbhai
27 13BIE033 Pandya Yash Vinodchandra
Sr. No. Roll No. Name of the Students
28 13BIE034 Parmar Bhargav Narottambhai
29 13BIE035 Parmar Vyom Dharmendrasinh
30 13BIE036 Patel Ankitkumar Shaileshbhai
31 13BIE038 Patel Harsh Mukeshbhai
32 13BIE039 Patel Harsh Sureshbhai
33 13BIE040 Patel Jay Atulkumar
34 13BIE041 Patel Jay Kanubhai
35 13BIE042 Patel Jaykishan Nitin Patel
36 13BIE043 Patel Yash
37 13BIE044 Patel Yashkumar Rahulbhai
38 13BIE045 Yaman Kalyan Pattanaik
39 13BIE046 Prajapati Dhruv MukeshkumarPrajapati Parth
40 13BIE047 Prajapati Parth
41 13BIE048 Prajapati Shraddhaben Ramanlal
42 13BIE049 Rajkotiya Harsh Hareshbahi
43 13BIE050 Rawat Keshav
44 13BIE051 Sangani Sanket Chandubhai
45 13BIE052 Shah Dhruvin Manish
46 13BIE053 Shah Kartik Dhaneshbhai
47 13BIE054 Sheth Nishit Vyomeshkumar
48 13BIE055 Ronita Singh
49 13BIE056 Varsha Singh
50 13BIE058 Soni Rajan Jagdishbhai
51 13BIE059 Sawan Sunil Suba
52 13BIE060 Trivedi Shivam Sanjaykumar
53 13BIE061 Vikas Yadav
54 13BIE062 Zinzala Gopal Jethabhai

 

 

Alumni

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Karan Desai

Khs Machinery Pvt ltd

Supply Chain
Quality Management
Material management
Lean management
Flexible manufacturing
Operation research

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Karan Thakkar

Patels Airflow Pvt. Ltd.

TQM, Lean Manufacturing, Project Management, Procurement and Materials Management, etc.

 

 

 

Mehul  Parekh

Weir Minerals India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

Quality Management,Lean Systems, Operational Research, Facality layout planning

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Himani Mehta

Kalptaru Power Transmission Pvt. Ltd., Gandhinagar

Lean systems
Operations Management
Statistical Quality Control

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Raj Patel

Zydus hospira oncology pvt. ltd,mateda,Bavla

Lean manufacturing, facility planning and material handling,stastical quality control

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Tanmay Porwal

Mondelēz International, Thane (Mumbai)

Production and Operation Management
Lean Manufaturing
Operations Research

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Devik Sodha

Landmark Honda

Project Management, Operations Management, Logistics, Quality Control

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Kapilkumar Kyada

Patels Airflow Pvt. Ltd.

finance and costing
Production and operation management

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Sameep  Khatri

ONGC, HAZIRA

Operational Management, Statistical Quality Control, Design Of Experiments, Psychology

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Samved Vora

Heena Engineering, Vatva

Operations Research
Lean Manufacturing
Statistical Quality Control

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Urvish Solanki

Essar steel India limited - surat

TPM,Statistical quality control

 

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Krishna Desai

L&T ltd,hazira Surat.

Operational Research
Production and operational management
Design of experiments

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Manu Arya

HINDUSTAN ZINC, VEBARI, UDAIPUR

Operations Management, Organizational Behavior
Work Design, Operations Research

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Mohil Radia

WaterForce Pumps Ahmedabad

Operations Research
Production and Operations Management
WDM

 

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Nikhil Dwivwdi

L&T Vadodara Switchgear Works

CAD/CAM
Lean Systems

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Prakrut Dalwadi

ESSAR STEEL INDIA LTD, Hazira Facility

Supply Chain Management
Operations Research

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Darshan Karia

Elecon Engineering company ltd.

Principles of finance and costing.
Statistical quality
Production and operations management.
Design of experiments

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Deep Dave

Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd.,Goblej,Kheda,Gujarat

Lean System
Statistical Quality Control
Design Of Experiments

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Nisarg Shah

Ferromatik Milacron, Vatva, Ahmedabad

Supply Chain Management
Quality Management

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Yash Thakar

Patel Airflow Pvt. Ltd., Vatva, Ahmedabad

Engineering Graphics
CAD/CAM

 

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Dhruv Patel

chem process system pvt. ltd, sanand

production technology,
CAD/CAM,
Finance & costing

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Rajat Patel

Cadilla Healthcare , Ankleshwar

Project Developing
Quality Analysis
Material Management

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Rahil Patel

logistics in fleet transportation

Logistics
SCM
Production units of alternate energy machines

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Yagnik Savaliya

cadila healthcare

Work System Design
Quality Management
Facility Design

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Vaibhav Chajeer

Colgate Palmolive Sanand, Gujarat.

Statistical Quality Control
Lean Manufacturing
Supply Chain Management

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Vishal Derashri

Khs Machinary Pvt ltd

Quality Management
Manufacturing
Supply chain Management
lean Manufacturing

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Rushabh Doshi

Hindustan CocaCola Beverages Pvt. Ltd., Goblej

Production and operations management
Lean systems
Statistical quality control
Principles of finance and costing

 

Nishika Agarwal

CTM Technical Textile, Kadi; KPMG Gandhinagar

Operations Research, quality management, production and operations management

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Hardik Mehta

Windsor machines ltd. (Chattral)

Operations Research.
Finance and Costing.
Design of Experiments.

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Parth kumar Devani

Elecon Engineering

Engineering Drawing
Quality Control
Lean M.f.g
Principles of Operation Management

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Harsh Patel

Hindustan coca cola beverages private limited

Lean manufacturing, facility planning and material handling, statistical quality control

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Gaurang Manek

Elecon Engineering

principles of finance and costing
statistical quality control
design of experiments

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Rushikesh Patel

reliance lpg Private limited,sanand

Quality statistical control
Productive operations management

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Jaykumar Nanwani

Elecon Engg.

Principles Of Operation Management
Statistical Quality Control
Design Of experiment

 

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Kishan Vora

Anupam-MHI Industries Ltd

Operation research
Statistical quality control
Design of experiments

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Surabhi Agarwal

Aum Electrical Industries, Vadodara

Lean Management
Work Study
Operations Research
Production And Operations Management

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RutvikRaj Raol

WINDSOR MACHINES PVT. LTD., CHATTRAL

production of managment
lean manufacturing
operation research

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Mehul Patel

Anupam-MHI Industries Ltd., Nadiad

Principles of finance and costing
Statistical Quality Control
Operations Research

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Dhanraj Raval

Peass Industrial Engineers Pvt Ltd Navsari

Work Design and Measurement,
Human psychology,
Production and marketing,
Estimation

 

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Nirja Shah

Mundra Adani Port, Gujarat

Supply Chain Management
Operations Research
Statistical Quality Analysis

Nupur Parekh

Add Value Consultancy Inc.- Safal Solitaire,beside Porsche showroom, S.G. highway,Ahmedabad.

Production and operations management, Lean systems, probability and statistics.

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Shivani Pandya

Arvind Ltd. , Santej, Ahmedabad

statistical quality management, operation manegment,supply chain management, ergonomics, Facility Layout

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Amruta Shukla

Larsen & toubro Hazira

Optimisation
Facility layout
Quality control

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Darshan Neshadiya

Suntouch laminate Pvt.Ltd. at Morbi

Operational research
management

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Malav Bhatt

Windsor machines limited

Production Technology,manufacturing process
design of machine elements

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Deepti Poduval

ADD VALUE consultancy

Project management
Probability
Operations research
SQC

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Rahul Tundel

Hindustan CocaCola Beverages Pvt. Ltd., Goblej

Project management
Probability
Operations research
SQC

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Niraj Kumar

Diesel Locomotive Works, Varanasi

Operations Research, Manufacturing Process, Supply Chain Management, Computer Programming(C,C++,JAVA)

Shubhra  Singh

ONGC , AHMEDABAD(AVANI BHAVAN)

Material Management, Lean Manufacturing, Facility Layout, Supply Chain Management, Operation Management, Quality Control.

   

 

 

Chapters And Society Activities

Tark
Tark is a student club of the department of Industrial Engineering. The club organizes activities like expert lectures, seminars and workshops related to Industrial Engineering.

American Society for Quality (ASQ) – Student Chapter
With the growing importance of Quality Management in industry in today’s world, the department has taken an initiative to start a student chapter of the American Society for Quality (ASQ) at PDPU. The student chapter invites speakers from industry and organizes workshops and seminars related to Quality Management. A certification scheme has also been implemented by ASQ for PDPU students wherein students completing a series of workshops will be awarded a certificate by the American Society for Quality. ASQ, formerly known as the American Society for Quality and the American Society for Quality Control (ASQC), is knowledge- based global community of quality professionals, with nearly 80,000 members dedicated to the promotion and advancement of quality tools, principles, and practices in their workplaces and in their communities.

Seminar on Lean Manufacturing for Productivity Enhancement
Students of Industrial Engineering attended a seminar on Lean Manufacturing for Productivity Enhancement organized by the National Productivity Council (NPC). Twenty-four students from IE participated in the seminar.

Two days workshop entitled “Autonomous Robots using Microcontroller- AVR” organized jointly with the Mechanical Engineering department.

Students of Industrial Engineering were part of a team representing PDPU at BAJA 2013 organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers

Students of Industrial Engineering participate in a technical club called MECHINERZO (Mechanical and Indsutrial Engineers’ Zone). This club carries out various technical activities related to Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

 

Events


Event Expert
Expert Lecture on ‘What Industry wants from an Engineer’
1st February, 2013
Dr. Himanshu Trivedi and
Mr. Ketan Dhruv.
1st Module on History Of Quality &
Basic Q-Terminology
8th March, 2014
Dr. Himanshu Trivedi (local head of ASQ and Vice President of Bosch- Rexroth, India)
2nd Module on Continual
Improvement Tecniques-1
29th March, 2014
Mr. Shrikant Mehta(A.B.B) and Mr.Chirag Rajyaguru(Bosch-Rexroth, Quality department)
3rd  Module on Statistical Process
Control
3rd August, 2014
Abhishek Dixit, Manager, (Quality Department, Ford India Pvt. Ltd)
4th Module on 5S Understanding &
its implementation
13th September, 2014
Mr. Shrikant Mehta, (Operational Excellence Manager, A.B.B Baroda)
5th Module on Quality Management
System
20th September, 2014
 Mr.Jayesh Vishnuswami, Quality System Manager at KEC International Ltd. (RPG Group)
Expert Lecture on Maynard Operation Sequencing Technique( MOST)
28th October, 2013
Mr. Dinesh Deshmukh
Guest Lecture Working of Mumbai
Dabbawalla and its
success story
9th November, 2014
Raghunath
Medge, President, Mumbai
Dabbawallas.

 


Workshop


“Recent Trends in Industrial Engineering”

16th - 18th February, 2017

Industrial Engineering department has organized a three days workshop to create awareness among the students about recent tools and techniques used in industries. The mission of conducting such workshop is to spread the awareness of recent advancement in industrial engineering to the students so that they can be industry ready. This workshop will enhance their employability.

Coordinators:

  • Dr. M. B. Kiran
  • Mr. Manish Mishra
  • Dr. Abhishek Kumar
  • Dr. Poonam Savsani

For details click below link: Recents trends in IE_Workshop

Day 1:

Speaker: Mr. Anshuman Tiwari
Head of Process Re-engineering (Offshore), HSBC

Day 2:

Speaker: Mr. Sunil Kumar
Experienced Project Professional

Day 3:

Speaker: Prof. Rauf Iqbal
Professor in Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering at NITIE, Mumbai


 


Activity Calendar 2017-2018


Sr. No. Name of the Event Date
1 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Workshop (4 Days) 1st, 2nd , 8th and 9th April, 2017
2 General Body Meeting 4th August, 2017
3 Continual improvement techniques-II 12th August, 2017
4 Guest lecture 17th August, 2017
5 Industrial Engineering 19th August, 2017
6 Guest lecture 28th August, 2017
7 3-day Workshop 8-10th September, 2017
8 Guest lecture 11th September, 2017
9 Lean management 16th September, 2017
10 Six Sigma 23rd September, 2017
11 Guest lecture 25th September, 2017
12 General management 14th October, 2017
13 Guest lecture 16th October, 2017
14 Guest lecture 30th October, 2017
15 Guest lecture 6th November, 2017
16 Workshop 10th November, 2017
17 Industrial Visit (4th year) 11th November, 2017
18 History and Basic Q-Terminology 18th November, 2017
19 Guest lecture 21st November, 2017
20 Industrial Visit (4th year) 25th November, 2017
21 Continual Improvement Techniques - I 2nd December, 2017
22 5S understanding and Implementation 16th December, 2017
23 Quality Management Systems 20th January, 2018
24 Guest lecture 30th January, 2018
25 Statistical Process Control 3rd February, 2018
26 Industrial Visit (3rd year) 10th February, 2018
27 Industrial Visit (3rd year) 17th February, 2018
28 3-day Workshop 23-25th February, 2018
29 Guest lecture 9th March, 2018
30 Guest lecture 20th March, 2018

 

 

Campus Recruitment

Concept Business Excellence Pvt. Ltd GACL Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. Infosys Tata Chemical Ltd.

 

Companies that Visit us:
  • Bosch
  • Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd.
  • Tata Chemical Ltd.
  • GACL
  • Kirloskar Brothers Ltd.
  • Bray controls India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Future first
  • Concept Business Excellence
  • eTeam Inc
  • Deepak Nitrite
  • HP Industries
  • IMS People
  • Infibeam
  • Infosys
  • Jubilant Life Science
  • Liftwell Hydraulics Pvt. Ltd
  • Nepra
  • Oswal Industries Limited
  • PVCL
  • Raman Development Consultant
  • Welspun

 

Industrial Internship

Industrial Training :

A student is required to undergo 6 to 8 weeks of Industrial Training in the non-teaching period of the Third year of the B.Tech. Program as partial requirement for the award of the degree. This training can be carried out either in Industry, at an R&D organization, or Schools of Technology/Departments of Universities.

The comprehensive evaluation/examinations of every internship/ orientation are held soon after its completion.

Objectives :
  • To expose students to various operations of industry for enhancing their understanding about application of science and engineering principles studied in first two years of B. Tech programme.
  • To develop students’ understanding about industry operations to facilitate their academic and research learning for the 3rd and 4th year B. Tech programme.
  • To create broader understanding of operations of domestic engineering practices and field expectations of fresh graduates for entry level employability.
  • To expose students to latest technology deployment for quality and cost-effective outputs.
Expected Outcomes :
  • Sensitize students with socially responsible behaviour wherever they are placed in future.
  • Projection of School of Technology and PDPU as a socially responsible organization.
  • Enhance skills of students. i.e. observation skill, analytical skill, decision making skill, communication skill.
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INDUSTRY ORIENTATION


Industry Orientation :

A student is required to undergo 3 weeks of Industry Orientation distributed along the 4th and 5th Semesters as partial requirement for the award of the degree. This would be at one or more related industry units.

The comprehensive evaluation/examinations of every internship/ orientation are held soon after its completion.

Objectives :
  • To expose students to various operations of industry for enhancing their understanding about application of science and engineering principles studied in first two years of B. Tech programme.
  • To develop students’ understanding about industry operations to facilitate their academic and research learning for the 3rd and 4th year B. Tech programme.
  • To create broader understanding of operations of domestic engineering practices and field expectations of fresh graduates for entry level employability.
  • To expose students to latest technology deployment for quality and cost-effective outputs.
Expected Outcomes :
  • Sensitize students with socially responsible behaviour wherever they are placed in future.
  • Projection of School of Technology and PDPU as a socially responsible organization.
  • Enhance skills of students. i.e. observation skill, analytical skill, decision making skill, communication skill.
Our students have undergone various Industrial Orientation/Visits programmes:
Coca Cola (Ahmedabad)
KHS (Ahmadabad)
Bosch Rexroth, Ahmedabad
AMUL (Ahmadabad)
Bray Controls, Vadodara
Kirloskar, Ahmadabad
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd., Kheda
KHS machinery pvt. Ltd., Vatva
Ball Aerocan India Private Limited,Sanand II, Ahmedabad
Ferromatic Milacron India Pvt. Ltd., Vatva
Maruti Panchal Cylinder Pvt. Ltd.

 

                                                

 

CSSI / Rural Internship

Civic & Social Service Internship (CSSI) :

A student is required to undergo 3 weeks of Civic & Social Service Internship at the end of the second semester as partial requirement for the award of the degree.

The comprehensive evaluation/examinations of every internship are held soon after its completion.

Objectives :
  • To strengthen understanding on concepts of rural development with specific reference to the Indian context.
  • To provide exposure to grassroots realities, in the rural setting, with a focus on participation in interventions by NGOs.
  • To strengthen insights and develop skills on participatory methodologies and tools used in rural development.
  • To understand and appreciate broader contexts of other stakeholders, like government agencies, donors and local self-governance institutions, while participating in existing field projects.
  • To facilitate cross-cultural learning on development issues as well as other areas of inter-personal growth and learning.
Expected Outcomes :
  • Sensitized workforce in energy sector who are socially concerned and willing to positively contribute to the society.
  • Increased awareness about rural areas in students.
  • Thorough understanding about the rural socio-economic scenario in students.
  • Understanding the functioning of rural areas and nonprofit sector.
  • Explore challenging issues in existing systems and suggest possible solutions.
  • Identify opportunities in rural areas.
  • Enhanced understanding among students about rural development and rural management.

 

R & D


Area of Research Name of the faculty member(s) Title of Research Project/Status Funding Agency Amount Rs. (in lacs)
Industrial Engineering Dr.M.B.Kiran In Process Evaluation of Surface Roughness of Components in Computer Integrated Manufacturing (Completed) All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) Rs. 12.5 lacs
Industrial Engineering Dr. Abhishek Kumar Optimization of Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) Drilling Parameters Using Neural Genetic Approach For Techno-Commerical Evaluation ORSP, PDPU, Gandhinagar Rs. 0.7 lacs
Industrial Engineering Dr. Poonam Savsani Solving vehicle routing problem via advanced optimization algorithms Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops , BC, Canada $5000 Canadian Dollars
Industrial Inspection Dr.M.B.Kiran Evaluation of Flatness of Machined Surfaces Using Vision System ORSP, PDPU, Gandhinagar Rs. 0.5 lacs
Industrial Quality Control Dr.M.B.Kiran Evaluation of Flatness of Machined Surfaces Using Vision System ORSP, PDPU, Gandhinagar Rs. 0.5 lacs
Optimization Dr. Poonam Savsani Solving travelling salesman problem using metaheuristic methods TRU, Canada Rs. 2.5 lacs
Manufacturing Engineering Mr. Kishan Ashok Fuse Multi repsonse optimization of Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) composites using grey relational analysis ORSP Rs. 20000

 

Recent Publications

  1. M.B. Kiran, B. Ramamoorthy, V. Radhakrishnan., 1998. Evaluation of surface roughness by vision system. International Journal of machine Tools and Manufacture. Volume 38(5-6): pp 685- 690.

  2. M.B.Kiran, H.Ramakrishna and Prabhakar Kuppahalli, A Study on the Evolution of Surface Roughness Characterization, Manufacturing Technology Today, Volume 11, Issue 1-2, Jan-Feb 2012.

  3. Shivanna D.M and M.B.Kiran, A Comparative Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Surface Texture Classification Algorithms, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, ISSN: 2278-0181, Vol. 1, Issue 7, September-2012.

  4. Ravindra Biradar, M.B.Kiran, “The Dynamics of Fixed Base and Free-Floating Robotic Manipulator”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, ISSN: 2278-0181,Vol. 1 (5), 2012, 1-9.

  5. M.B.Kiran et.al., Texture Feature Analysis of Milled Components Using Vision System, Advanced Materials Research, pp 745-749,2014.

  6. M.B.Kiran et.al., Evaluation of 3D Surface Roughness Parameters of EDM Components Using Vision System, Procedia Materials Science 5, 2132 – 2141,2014.

  7. M.B.Kiran et.al., 'Flexible manufacturing system modeling – Petrinet Based approach'-A Survey, International Journal of Advanced Mechanical Engineering, pp. 741-746, Number 7, 2014.

  8. M.B.Kiran et.al., 'Three Dimensional Surface Roughness Evaluation of Machined Components in Computer Integrated Manufacturing', International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, pp187-193, Volume III, Issue VI, June 2014.

  9. M.B.Kiran et.al., “A Survey on Out of Roundness Measuring Methods", Accepted for publication in International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation" (Volume I Issue II), 2014.

  10. M.B.Kiran et.al, In-process measurement of surface roughness of Milled components Using computer vision system, Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Technology, Volume 2, Number 1, pp.231-246,2014.

  11. Dr D M Parikh; Scaling up through outsourcing using entrepreneurial & sustainable strategy- case study of Indian corporate. SANLALPA :Journal of management &Resaerch,vol-5 conference issue(Feb-2015),ISSN No. 2231-1904 and impact factor 2.372,201-206

  12. D M Parikh; Business to Responsible Business a Sustainable Strategy of Survival & Growth for all, Indian Journal of Applied Research ,vol-3,issue-6 June 2013 ; IISN-2249-555X,51-54

  13. D M Parikh, Facilitation of collateral free loan to improve financial linkages for start -up & Growth- A case study, Global Research Analysis ,vol-1,isuue-1 June-2012 ; ISSN No- 2277-8160,44-46

  14. D M Parikh; Innovation & Initiative in Infrastructure Financing: A perspective ; Journal of Industrial Research ;issue April-June-2008,3-23

  15. D M Parikh; HRD-for Change and Innovation, Leather Research Industry Get-Together 2012.

  16. D M Parikh; Industrial Engineer as a BDS Provider & Facilitator an Enlarged role in the Globalised Economy ; International Conference on Industrial Engineering (ICIE-2011);48-50

  17. Kumar, A., Clement, S. and Agrawal, V. P. (2011) Quality Modeling and Analysis of Electroplating System Using Graph Theory Matrix Approach, International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, 8, 85-112. (Inder Science Publication)

  18. Kumar, A., Clement, S. and Agrawal, V. P. (2011) Concurrent Design of Electroplating System for X- Abilities: A Graph Theoretic Approach, International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering, 9, 350-371 (Inder Science Publication)

  19. Kumar, A., Clement, S. and Agrawal, V. P. (2011) Optimum Selection and Ranking of Electroplating System Process Parameters: Taguchi-MADM Approach, International Journal of Applied Decision Science, 4, 341-361 (Inder Science publication)

  20. Kumar, A., Clement, S. and Agrawal, V. P. (2010) Structural modeling and analysis of an effluent treatment process for electroplating – A graph theoretic approach, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 179, 748-761. (Elsevier Publication, Impact factor: 4.144)

  21. Kumar, A., Clement, S. And Agrawal, V. P. (2010) Attribute Based Design Specification, Comparison and Selection of Electroplating Waste Treatment System Using MADM Approach, Journal of Tribology and Surface Engineering, 1, 263-286. (Nova Publication, USA)

  22. Kumar, A. and Agrawal, V. P. (2009) Attribute based specification, comparison and selection of electroplating system using MADM approach, Expert System with Application, 36, 10815- 10827. (Elsevier Publication, Impact factor: 2.908)

  23. Kumar, A. and Agrawal, V. P. (2008) Structural modelling and analysis of electroplating system: a graph theoretic system approach, International Journal of Surface Science and Engineering, 2, 520 – 540. (Inder Science publication)

  24. Poonam Savsani ,"Comparative Study of Different Metaheuristics for the Trajectory Planning of a Robotic Arm" , is published in the IEEE- Systems Journal.

  25. 'Comparative Study of Different Metaheuristics for the Trajectory Planning of a Robotic Arm', IEEE system journal, pp. 1-12, Jul 2014.

  26. 'Optimal Motion Planning For a Robot Arm by Using Artificial Bee Colony (ABC) Algorithm', Journal of Modern Engineering Research, pp. 44434-4438, May 2012.

  27. Mr. V. Balaji Rao, Interpretive Structural Modeling Technique for Hierarchal Ranking of Barriers in Implementation of Green Supply Chain Management-Case of Indian Petroleum Industry, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology,International Journal of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Vol:3, No:5, 2016.

  28. Mr. V. Balaji Rao, Supply Chain Network Design for Perishable Products in Developing Countries, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology,International Journal of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Vol:3, No:4, 2016.

  29. Mr. V. Balaji Rao, Analyzing Barriers for Implementing Green Supply Chain Management: Using DEMATEL approach for Petroleum Industry in India, Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 8-10.

  30. Vasanthakumar, C., Vinodh, S., & Vishal, A. W. Application of analytical network process for analysis of product design characteristics of lean remanufacturing system: a case study. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 1-20.

 

Advancements of the Department

Department makes use of facilities set up by the University on personal enhancement and Development schemes such as career counseling, soft skill Development, career-path-identification, and orientation to well-being for its students.

Best Practices:

  • Using video and simulations to impart learning
  • Teaching by Industry practitioners
  • Combination of field based training and classroom learning
  • Supplementary Video lectures/Animations
  • Field visits complimenting theory lectures

Upgrading Laboratories : Upgrading Image Processing Laboratory as Centre of Excellence

 

Course Pre-requisite


 

Academics – Schedule


Activity Calendar for Industrial Engineering Department for 2016-2017
Sr No. TENTATIVE DATE DAY ACTIVITY
1 16 TH AUGUST,2016 TUESDAY GENERAL BODY MEETING
2 17 TH SEPTEMBER SATURDAY SEMINAR 1
3 12TH & 13TH NOVEMBER SATURDAY-SUNDAY WORKSHOP 1
4 3RD SEPTEMBER SATURDAY SEMINAR 2
5 10TH & 11TH DECEMBER SATURDAY-SUNDAY WORKSHOP 2
6 13TH AUGUST SATURDAY ASQ D1
7 27TH AUGUST SATURDAY ASQ D2
8 10TH SEPTEMBER SATURDAY ASQ D3
9 1ST OCTOBER SATURDAY ASQ D4
10 22ND OCTOBER SATURDAY ASQ D5
11 5TH NOVEMBER SATURDAY ASQ INDUSTRIAL VISIT (4TH YEAR)
12 19TH NOVEMBER SATURDAY ASQ C1
13 3RD DECEMBER SATURDAY ASQ C2
14 17TH DECEMBER SATURDAY ASQ C3
15 7TH JANUARY,2017 SATURDAY ASQ C4
16 21ST JANUARY SATURDAY ASQ C5
17 4TH FEBRUARY SATURDAY ASQ INDUSTRIAL VISIT (3RD YEAR)