About Program

India has all the potential to become the next manufacturing hub. The concept of Industry 4.0 revolution is all set to enter the manufacturing society in India through the advancement of IoT, Cyber physical systems, Big data analytics and other related key technologies. On the other side, Industry 4.0 requires a strong base of enterprise asset management for its successful implementation. The traditional knowledge and conventional skill sets do not fit into the scope of Industry 4.0. Altogether, the modern manufacturing system is experiencing a paradigm shift and the academia has to cope with this dynamically changing industrial environment.

Advanced Manufacturing Systems (AMS) – a PG program offered by the School of Mechanical Engineering has the ingredients to equip students to meet the demanding expectations of the emerging industry 4.0 scenario. The school witnesses that new recruits with ability to apply the theoretical knowledge to real industrial problems fare better in career in the upcoming industrial scenario. Accordingly, the school on consultation with the experts both from industry and institutes of higher learning has developed an extensive practice based curriculum that has courses interwoven around two niche areas: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). All courses have immersive learning experience component for students to get ‘industry like exposure’. The lead organizations: Dassault Systemes Foundation, 3D PLM, EDS Technologies, Intelizign, VedhaSoft Technology – a development partner to SAP India and other leading industries and organizations are actively and continuously associated with the University for upgrading the curriculum,  training the students and faculty as per today’s industrial requirements. Industry partners are also part of course delivery and assessment process.

Eligibility

BE ( Mechanical Engineering, Industrial and Production Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Management, Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechatronics)

Course Curriculum

Semester I

Sl. No. Course L-T-P Credits Contact Hours ISA ESA Total Exam Duration
1 PLM Fundamentals 2-0-0 2 02 50 50 100 3 hours
2 Engineering Data Management 3-0-0 3 03 50 50 100 3 hours
3 Product Design and Development 3-0-0 3 03 50 50 100 3 hours
4 Enterprise Resource Planning – I 3-0-0 3 03 50 50 100 3 hours
5 Elective-I 3-0-0 3 03 50 50 100 3 hours
Design for Additive Manufacturing
Industrial Robotics
Plant Layout and Work Flow Management
Supply Chain Management
6 Collaborative Design-Modeling Lab 0-0-5 5 10 80 20 100 2 hours
7 PLM Function Lab 0-0-3 3 06 80 20 100 2 hours
8 ERP Function Lab 0-0-3 3 06 80 20 100 2 hours
TOTAL 14-0-11 25 36

 

Note: L: Lecture T: Tutorials, P: Practical, ISA: In Semester Assessment, ESA: End Semester Assessment, PJ-Project, PC-Programme Core, PE-Programme Elective

Semester II

 

Sl. No. Course L-T-P Credits Contact Hours ISA ESA Total Exam Duration
TOTAL 13-2-10 25 36
1 PLM Advanced 2-0-0 2 02 50 50 100 3 hours
2 Enterprise Resource Planning – II 3-0-0 3 03 50 50 100 3 hours
3 Project Feasibility and Analysis 3-0-0 4 05 50 50 100 3 hours
4 Research Methodology 2-1-0 3 04 100 100
5 Elective-II 3-0-0 3 03 50 50 100 3 hours
Additive Manufacturing
Manufacturing Systems and Automation
Manufacturing Execution System
Robust Design Optimization
6 PLM Technical Lab 0-0-2 2 04 80 20 100 2 hours
7 ERP Technical Lab 0-0-2 2 04 80 20 100 2 hours
8 Product Automation Lab 0-0-3 3 06 80 20 100 2 hours
9 Mini Project 0-0-3 3 06 50 50 100 2 hours

 

Note: L: Lecture T: Tutorials, P: Practical, ISA: In Semester Assessment, ESA: End Semester Assessment,  PJ-Project, PC-Programme Core, PE-Programme Elective

Semester III

 

Sl. No. Course L-T-P Credits Contact Hours ISA ESA Total Exam Duration
TOTAL 0-0-18 18 54
1 Industrial Training/Mini Project 0-0-10 10 10 50 50 100 2 hours
2 Project Work Phase I 0-0-8 8 8 50 50 100 2 hours

Note: L: Lecture T: Tutorials, P: Practical, ISA: In Semester Assessment, ESA: End Semester Assessment,                              PJ-Project, PC – Programme Core, PE – Programme Elective

NOTE:

  • Industrial Training: The student shall undergo industrial training for a period of 08 weeks.

Preliminary Report Submission and Evaluation after 8th week of Industrial training to be carried out by the Joint evaluation by Internal Guide of the University and Industry mentor for 50 marks.

Final Report Submission and Evaluation after 9th week of Industrial training to be carried out by the Internal Guide of the university and a senior faculty of School/ External examiner.

  • Project Phase I:

Problem formulation and submission of Synopsis within 10 weeks from the commencement of 3rd semester in consultation with Guide of Industry or internal guide from University, which shall be evaluated for 50 marks by the committee constituted by the Head of the School/Department comprising the guide, senior faculty of the department with Head as Chairman. Design methodology and Solution model need to be completed by 12 weeks and shall be evaluated by guide and external examiner with senior faculty / Head as chairman for 50 marks.

  • Project Phase I and Phase II must be a Research Project

Mini Project is independent of Project.

Evaluation of ISA is based on Rubrics.

Semester IV

Sl. No. Course L-T-P Credits Contact Hours ISA ESA Total Exam Duration
TOTAL 0-0-20 20 40
1 Project Work Phase II 0-0-20 20 40 50 50 100 2 hours

Note: L: Lecture T: Tutorials, P: Practical, ISA: In Semester Assessment, ESA: End Semester Assessment, PJ-Project, PC-Programme Core, PE-Programme Elective

 

Project Work Phase I and Phase II must be a Research Project

Evaluation of ISA is based on Rubrics.

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Contact Details

  • E-mail
    info@kletech.ac.in
  • Phone number
    HOD : 0836 2378280
    Office : 0836 2378221
    Consultancy Cell : 0836 2378222

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