INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (IGIT)

An Autonomous Institute of Govt. of Odisha

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Production Engineering

Dr. B. B. Choudhury
( Head of The Department )
PhD.

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Faculty Members

Asst. Professor

Mr. Ashok Kumar Pradhan
Asst. Professor
M.Tech. (NIT Agartala)

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Mr. Deepak Suna
Asst. Professor
M.Tech, IIT Dhanbad

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Mr. Himansu Sekhar Dash
Asst. Professor
M.tech( IIT Rourkee)

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Asst. Professor (CONTRACTUAL)

Mr. Subrat Kumar samal
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech( VSSUT BURLA)

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Mrs. Swarnalakshmi Sahoo
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
MTECH (VSSUT BURLA)

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Mrs. Priyanka Patra
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech( VSSUT BURLA)

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Mrs. Debasmini Prusty
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech (NIT ROURKELA)

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Mr. Suvranshu Pattanayak
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech( VSSUT BURLA)

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Mr. Satya Ranjan Pal
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech( VSSUT BURLA)

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Mr. Sumanta Mukherjee
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech( VSSUT BURLA)

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Mr. Mukesh Chandra
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
M.Tech. (NIT Tiruchirapalli)

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About

Production Engineering is a specialization of Mechanical Engineering, pertaining to manufacturing technology and management science. It has unfolded to become the hub of the global revolutions, commencing global transformations over and over again. Advanced Production Technology is still in its emerging stages and is anticipated to bring in substantial growth and efficiency in production processes.

SCOPE of Production Engineering

With the emergence of Production Engineering as an independent discipline, its importance was realized and in 2014, Under-Graduate course in Production Engineering was introduced with the following objectives:

Foster academic brilliance.

Introduce a set of skills, competences and attitudes based on market and scientific knowledge.

Supplement students and faculty with sufficient research capabilities.

Acquaint students and faculty with advanced manufacturing technologies.

Expose students to actual practices through training in industries.

Work opportunities are available in public and private sector manufacturing organizations engaged in implementation, development and management of new production processes, information and control systems, and computer controlled inspection, assembly and handling. Due to its diversity, job opportunities lie in both core manufacturing and IT sectors.

Vision

To emerge as one of the finest and recognized creators of highly skilled engineers capable of aiding major and leading industries.

Mission

To offer high-quality education and in turn produce highly-skilled Production Engineers familiar with traditional and non-traditional manufacturing as well as Advanced Production Technologies.

To offer scope for research and produce Research-oriented Engineers capable of aiding the area with research and development.

To indulge students in group-learning and projects and encourage teamwork.

To make students conversant with tools and machines through practical classes in laboratories.

To familiarize students with working experience and conditions through industrial trainings.

To encourage students and faculty towards research-oriented learning.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

CO1: PEO-1: They will be able to establish themselves as practicing professionals in core service or research sector in the domain of production engineering.

CO1: PEO-2: They will be able to solve real life engineering problems using contemporary knowledge and tools.

CO1: PEO-3: They will be able to communicate ethically and effectively.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

Ability to scale and estimate resources to make high efficiency and low cost considerations without omitting the possibilities of further developments.

Ability to apply proper use of Mathematics, management science and engineering during decision making process.

Ability to predict and analyze demand in the market.

Ability to work independently and also in a team, as a member or a leader.

Ability to stay up-to-date and adjust according to technological advancements.

Ability to be flexible and thus be able to adjust as demanded by the situations or as required.

Ability to follow norms and ethics in engineering society.

Ability to conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret observations and data.

Ability to understand sustainability and the relation between production systems and the environment.

Ability to anticipate the impact of engineering solutions in a global, social and economical context.

Ability to engage in life-long learning.

Course Outcomes (COs)

The course curriculum is strictly designed on the basis of BPUT. The syllabus covers every topic of important competitive exams ( Eg. GATE). Adequate course coverage on basic production engineering subjects, advanced manufacturing subjects, IT and management subjects as listed below.

Computer aided design (CAD)

Computer aided Manufacturing (CAM)

Automation and Numerical Control Machines

Robotics and Flexible Manufacturing Systems

Metal Deformation Process

Non-Conventional Machining

Human Resources Development and Management

Quality control and Reliability

The department presently runs the following courses:

B.Tech. Course in Production Engineering

Laboratory

CAD Lab

Metrology Lab

Robotics and FMS lab

Seminar Hall

Machining and Material Testing Lab