To emerge as an excellent center for imparting quality education and generating highly proficient technical manpower with managerial competence to adapt to the constantly changing global scenario with professional and ethical values.
Program Specific Outcomes
Each student learning outcome maps to one of the program educational objectives (PEOs) as indicated in parenthesis following the outcome. Graduates of the program will
- PSO 1: Demonstrate an ability to apply mathematical and quantitative methods to the IE&M discipline and shall demonstrate an understanding of industrial and system engineering, design, development and understanding the architecture.
- PSO 2: Demonstrate a problem solving ability in recognition of a problem, statement , collect, collate, classify and analyze the data interpretation to the suggest recommended.
- PSO 3: Demonstrate an ability to design a system, method or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
- PSO 4:Be able to work effectively and efficiently on a multi-disciplinary teams.
- PSO 5: Demonstrate an understanding of the principles and practices for IE & M skills and development to real world problems.
- PSO 6: Demonstrate an understanding of the professional and ethical consideration of industrial and system engineering.
- PSO 7: Be able to effectively communicate orally and in written form.
- PSO 8: Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of engineering solutions in a economic, societal, global and environmental context.
- PSO 9: Demonstrate the knowledge and capabilities necessary for pursuing a professional career or take up entrepreneurship ventures at graduate studies and recognize the need for and show ability for continuing professional development.
- PSO 10: Enhance the knowledge of contemporary issues.
- PSO 11: Demonstrate an understanding of emerging technologies and a working knowledge of currently available sectors of economy and industries.
- PSO 12: Creating a sound academic environment for students & teachers to update their knowledge with excellent ambience of teaching learning process.
- PSO 13: Continuous curriculum development and faculty development.
- PSO 14: Industry institute interaction in the form of faculty exchange, projects, workshops and seminars.
- PSO 15: Developing human relations and social engineering for students in the form of extra-curricular & co-curricular activities.
Program Education Objectives
- PEO 1:Be able to apply the principles of IE & M, mathematics, and scientific investigation to solve real world problems appropriate to the discipline.
- PEO 2: Be able to apply current industry accepted industrial engineering skills and practices, new emerging technologies to understand, analyze , design, Implement and verify high quality solutions to real world problems.
- PEO 3:Exhibit teamwork and effective communication skills
- PEO 4: Be able to ethically and appropriately apply knowledge of societal impacts of computing technologies in the course of carrier related activities.
- PEO 5: Be successfully employed or accepted into a graduate program, research, pursue higher education and demonstrate a pursuit of lifelong learning.
A few years after graduation, graduates of Industrial Engineering & Management (IE&M) will:
From the HOD's Desk:
Welcome to the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management.
Set up in 1984 as an interdisciplinary program, the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) at DSCE was one of the unique department to leverage the analytical education of engineers in the training of management professionals.
The department currently has 15 faculty members with 3 Ph.Ds from reputed universities within and outside India, having interests in diverse fields such as quantitative and statistical decision modelling, operations and supply management, manufacturing systems, finance, marketing, economics, analytics, infrastructure, IT, Innovation, Intellectual Property Management and knowledge management.
Dr. H Ramakrishna
Professor & Head
Department of Industrial Engineering and Management
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Industrial Engineering Management.
M.Tech Programme in Master in Engineering Management.