SYLLABUS (MIE) M.Tech Programme in Industrial Engineering

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M.S. RAMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
BANGALORE
(Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to VTU)
SYLLABUS
(For the academic year 2015-2016)
M.Tech
Programme in Industrial Engineering(MIE)
I to IV Semester
Department of
Industrial Engineering and Management
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M.S. RAMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
BANGALORE
(Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to VTU)
Dr. N. V. R. Naidu
Principal
Dr. T.V. Suresh Kumar
Sri. Ramesh Naik S
Registrar ( Academics)
Registrar ( Administration)
The Industrial Engineering and Management Department has the following well qualified faculty
Sl.No
Qualification
Names of Faculty
Designation
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Dr. N V R Naidu
M.Tech, Ph.D
Principal and
Professor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Dr. G.S. Prakash
Sri. A. Balakrishna
Sri. S. Appaiah
Dr. C. S. Chethan Kumar.
Dr. Bharath
Smt. Shilpa.M
Sri. M.R. Shivakumar
Dr. Shobha. R
Dr. M Rajesh
Sri. Sudheer. D. Kulkarni
B.E.,M.Tech,Ph.D
B.E.,M.Tech, (Ph.D)
B.E.,M.Tech, (Ph.D)
B.E., ME, MBA, Ph.D
B.E, M.S., Ph.D
B.E., ME, (Ph.D)
B.E., ME, (Ph.D)
B.E., ME, Ph.D
B.E., MSC (Engg.), Ph.D
BE, M.Tech, (Ph.D)
BE, MS
B.Tech, M.Tech, (Ph.D)
Professor and Head
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Sri. VivekanandVenkataraman
Sri. Deepak Kumar
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Vision and Mission of the Institute and the Department
The Vision of MSRIT : To evolve into an autonomous institution of international standing for
imparting quality technical education
The Mission of the institute in pursuance of its Vision: MSRIT shall deliver global quality
technical education by nurturing a conducive learning environment for a better tomorrow
through continuous improvement and customization
The Vision of the Department:To nurture engineers, entrepreneurs who develop solutions to
continually improve socio-technical systems and add value to the society
The Mission of the Department:The department shall transform the entrants of the course into
professionally competent engineers through innovative educational curricula, balanced research
program and effective collaboration with industry and academia
Program Outcome:
Ability to:
a. Apply knowledge and skills of mathematical and social sciences to the various industrial
scenarios.
b. Design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret data.
c. Design and improve integrated systems of people, materials, information, facilities, and
technology.
d. Function as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
e. Identify, formulate and solve industrial and systems engineering problems.
f. Understand and respect professional and ethical responsibility.
g. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
h. Understand the impact of industrial engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
i. Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. Have knowledge of contemporary issues in industrial and service sectors.
k. Use updated techniques, skills and tools of Industrial and system engineering throughout
their professional careers.
l. Implement the concepts of project and financial management to satisfy customer
expectations.
Programme Educational Objectives
The Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) are broad statements that describe the career
goals and professional success that the programme is preparing the graduates to achieve. The
programme educational objectives should be consistent with the mission of the institution and
achievable. The number of programme educational objectives should be minimum, specific to
the programme and complete in all aspects.
The programme educational objectives are derived from the professional bodies – Institution of
Engineers and Institution of Industrial Engineers (an American Professional Society). These are
also derived based on the feedback obtained from the various stakeholders of the programme.
The PEOs of Industrial Engineering and Management are stated below.
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The graduates of Industrial Engineering and Management programme will:
PEO1: Use the knowledge and skills of industrial engineering to model and analyze the real life
problems and interpret the results.
PEO2: Effectively design, implement, improve and manage the integrated socio-technical
systems.
PEO3: Build and lead cross-functional teams, upholding the professional responsibilities and
ethical values.
PEO4: Engage in continuing education and life-long learning to be competitive and enterprising.
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M.S. RAMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BANGALORE-54
(Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to VTU)
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION 2015 -2016
I SEMESTER
Sl.
No.
Subject
Code
1
12MIE 11
2
M.TECH - INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (MIE)
Subject
Credits*
L
T
P
S
Total
Advanced Probability and Statistics
4
--
1
--
05
12MIE 12
Research Methodology
4
1
--
--
05
3
12MIE 13
Innovation and Technology Management
4
-
--
--
04
4
12MIE 14
Computer Aided Facilities Planning
4
--
1
--
05
5
12MIE 15
Elective – A
4
--
--
--
04
6
12MIE 16
Seminar – I
--
2
--
--
02
20
03
02
00
25
Total
* L : Lecture
T : Tutorial
P : Practical
S: Self Study
Elective – A
Subject Code
Name of the subject
12MIE 151
Software Engineering
12MIE 152
Project Management
12MIE 153
Managerial Economics
12MIE 154
Advanced Topics in Production Planning and Control
12MIE 155
Flexible Manufacturing Systems
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SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION 2015 -2016
II SEMESTER
Sl.N
o.
Subject
Code
1
12MIE 21
2
M.TECH - INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (MIE)
Subject
Credits*
L
T
P
S
Total
System Simulation and Modeling
4
--
1
--
05
12MIE 22
Quantitative Techniques in Decision Making
4
1
--
--
05
3
12MIE 23
Quality and Reliability Engineering
4
1
--
--
05
4
12MIE 24
Work System Design
3
-
1
1
05
5
12MIE 25
Elective – B
4
1
--
--
05
6
12MIE 26
Seminar – II
--
2
--
--
02
19
05
02
01
27
Total
* L : Lecture
T : Tutorial
P : Practical
S : Self Study
Elective – B
Subject Code
Name of the subject
12MIE 251
e-Commerce
12MIE 252
Human Resources Management
12MIE 253
Design of Experiments
12MIE 254
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
12MIE 255
Advanced Topics in Quality Management Systems
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SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION 2015 -2016
III SEMESTER
Sl.
No.
M.TECH - INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (MIE)
Subject
Code
Subject
Credits
L
T
P
S
Total
1
12MIE 31
Supply Chain Management
4
1
--
--
05
2
12MIE 32
Management Accounting and Finance
4
1
--
--
05
3
12MIE 33
Elective – C
4
-
--
--
04
3
12MIE 34
Elective – D
4
-
--
--
04
4
12MIE 35
Dissertation Preliminaries
--
2
4
--
06
16
04
04
0
24
Total
* L : Lecture
T : Tutorial
P : Practical
S : Self Study
Elective – C
Subject Code
Name of the subject
12MIE 331
Marketing Management
12MIE 332
Lean Manufacturing Systems
12MIE 333
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
12MIE 334
Financial Management
12MIE 335
Computational Methods for Queuing Networks
Elective – D
Subject Code
Name of the subject
12MIE 341
Software Quality Assurance
12MIE 342
Data Warehousing and Data Mining
12MIE 343
Cyber Security
12MIE 344
Information Technology – Strategy and Management
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SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION 2015 -2016
IV SEMESTER
Sl.No.
1
M.TECH - INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (MIE)
Subject
Code
12MIE 41
* L : Lecture
Subject
Credits
L
T
P
S
Total
Dissertation
-
-
24
--
24
Total
-
-
24
--
24
T : Tutorial
P : Practical
S : Self Study
SEMESTER WISE CREDIT ALLOCATION
Semester
Core
Electives
Project
Others
Total
1
19
04
-
02
25
2
20
05
-
02
27
3
10
08
06
-
24
4
-
-
24
-
24
49
17
30
04
100
Total
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Advanced Probability and Statistics
Subject Code : 12MIE 11
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 1
Unit I
Introduction to probability theory, Discrete and Continuous Random Variables, Distribution of
Random Variables: Binomial, Poisson, Hypergeometric, Multinomial, Normal, Gamma,
Exponential, Chisquare, F, t. Mathematical Expectation of Random Variables
Unit II
Moment Generating Functions, Limit Theorems, Jointly Distributed Random Variables,
Conditional Probability and Conditional Expectation
Unit III
Introduction to Stochastic Process, Discrete time Markov Chains : Introduction, Chapman
kolmogorov Equation, State Classification : Transient, Recurrent, Absorbing States, Transient
and Steady State Analysis, Markov Decision Process, Continuous Time Markov Chains : Poisson
Process, Birth and Death Process
Unit IV
Introduction to Statistical Inference, Sampling Distribution, Point and Interval Estimation.
Hypothesis Testing : One Univariate and Two Univariate Populations, ANOVA
Unit V
Introduction to Multivariate Techniques, Analysis of Dependence: Linear Regression, Multiple
Linear Regression, Discriminant Analysis. Analysis of Interdependence : Principal Component
Analysis, Factor Analysis
Laboratory exercises
List of experiments:
1. Determination of different measures of central tendency and dispersion for the given data
Representation of the given data in graphical forms:
o Bar graph
o Pie chart
o Stem and leaf plot
o Scatter diagram
2. Fitting an appropriate distribution for the given data
3. Testing the goodness of fit for the given quality characteristic of the data
4. Test of hypothesis of various sampling plan
5. Determination of correlation coefficient between two variables
6. Conduction of regression analysis for
o simple regression for two variables using least squares method and fitting a straight line
o multiple regression for more than two variables
7. Selection of an appropriate experimental design given the number of factors and their levels
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Suggested Software Packages: SYSTAT Version 11/12, MS Excel, Statistica , Minitab
Text Books
1. Sheldon M Ross : Introduction to Probability models 10th Edition, Academic Press, 2009
2. Douglas C. Montgomery, George C. Runger : Applied Probability&Statistics, 5th
Edition, Wiley, 2010
3. Joseph F. Hair, Ronald L. Tatham, Rolph E. Anderson, William Black, Multivariate Data
Analysis, 7th Edition, 2009
Reference Books
1. Pitman, J. Probability, Springer-Verlag, (also Narosa Publ.), 1993.
2. Creighton, J.H.C. First Course in Probability Models and Statistical Inference, SpringerVerlag, Berlin, 1994.
3. Davis, J.C. Statistics and Data Analysis in Geology, John Wiley & Sons, New York,
1986.
4. Walpole, R.E. and Myers, R.H. Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists,
Macmillan, 1989.
5. Johnson, R.A. and Wichern, D.W. Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey, 1982.
6. Cooley, W.W. and Lohnes, P.R. Multivariate Data Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, New
York, 1971.
7. Morrison, D.F. Multivariate Statistical Methods, McGraw-Hill, New York,1967.
8. Spiegel, M.R. Probability and Statistics, Schaums Outline Series, McGraw-Hill Intl.,
Singapore, Asian Student Edition, 1982.
9. James latin, Douglas Carolle, Paul E. Green, Analyzing Multivariate Data, 1st Edition,
2002, Cengage Learning
10. Richard I. Levin, David S. Rubin, Statistics for Management, 7th Edition
11. Jay L. Devore, Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 8th Edition,
2008, Cengage Learning
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Research Methodology
Subject Code : 12 MIE 12
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit – I
Research Methodology: An Introduction-Meaning of Research, Objectives of Research,
Motivation in Research, Types of Research, Research Approaches, Significance of Research,
Research Methods versus Methodology, Research and Scientific Method, Importance of
Knowing How Research is done, Research process, Criteria of Good Research, Problems
Encountered by Researchers in India
Unit – II
Defining the Research Problem: What is Research Problem, Selecting the problem, Necessity
of Defining the problem, Technique involved in Defining a problem, An illustration, Conclusion
Research Design : Meaning of Research Design, Need for Research Design, Features of a Good
design, Importance concepts relating to Research Design, Different Research Designs, Basic
principles of experimental design, Conclusion
Unit – III
Sampling Design: Census and sampling survey, Implication of a sample design, Steps in
sampling design, Criteria of selecting a sampling procedure, Characteristics of a good sample
design, Different types of sample design, How to select a Random sample, Random sample from
an Infinite universe, Complex Random sampling designs, Conclusion
Methods of Data Collection: Collection of primary data, Observation method, Interview
method, Collection of data through questionnaires, Collection of data through schedules,
Different between questionnaires and schedules, Some other methods of data collection,
Collection of secondary data, Selection of appropriate method for data collection, Case study
method
Unit – IV
Survey Research an Overview: The name of surveys, Errors in survey research, Respondent
Error, Administrative Error, Rule of Thumb estimates for systematic error, What can be done to
reduce survey error, Classifying survey Research methods, Total quality management and
satisfaction surveys, Implement total quality management
Survey Research :Basic methods of communication with respondents
Questionnaire Design: Questionnaire design: an overview of the major decisions, What should
be asked?, Phrasing questions, The art of asking questions, What is the best question sequence,
What is the best layout, How much pretesting and revising are necessary, Designing
questionnaires for global research, Media used to communicate with respondents, Personal
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Interviews, Telephone Interviews, Self administered questionnaires, Selecting the appropriate
survey research design.
Unit – V
Intellectual Property – IPR, Copyrights, Patents, Competing Interests, Commitments, and
Values. The Researcher in Society, research ethics.
Multivariate Analysis: The nature of multivariate analysis, Classifying Multivariate techniques,
Analysis of dependence, Analysis of interdependence.
Interpretation and Report Writing: Meaning of interpretation, Why interpretation, Technique
of interpretation, Precaution in interpretation, Significance of report writing, Different steps in
writing report, Layout of the research report, Types of reports, Oral presentation, Mechanics of
writing research report, Precautions for writing research reports, Conclusion
Text Books
1. C R. Kothari, Research Methodology, New Age International Publishers, 2nd edition,
2007
2. William G Zikmund, Business Research Methods, Indian edition, South western
Publishers, 8th Indian Reprint – 2009.
Reference Books
1. PanneerSelvam, Research Methodology, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 2007
2. Dr. B.L.Wadhera -Intellectual Property Rights, Universal Law Publishing Co. Ltd..
2002
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Innovation and Technology Management
Subject Code :12MIE 13
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
National and international business scenarios, Competitiveness, Role of technology and core
competence, Bench marking and re-engineering, Technology management approach, Integration
of technology and other resources to succeed.
Unit II
Foundation material: Research, Science, Societal problems, Innovation and Technology. Types
of innovation. Need for innovation culture, National Systems of innovation. Case study.
Unit III
Products, product lines and technology life Cycles, Introduction to PLM, PLM in factory and
applications, S-Curves, Business strategy and Technology management, Case study.
Unit IV
Innovation from within: Innovate or not? Innovation planning process, Factory that aid
Innovation, Creating innovative environment in an organization, Key issues in implementation
of innovation, Evaluation and control of processes, case study.
Unit V
Acquiring Technology from outside: planning obtaining technology, Types of alliances,
Acquisition and Mergers, Key issues in for successful acquisition of technology, acquisition
capabilities, Negotiation, Metrics, Gap analysis,. Case study
Text Books:
1. M.A. White and G.D. Bruton. The Management Of Technology and Innovation, Cengage
Learning, 2007.
Reference Books:
1. John Howells. The Management of Innovation and Technology, Sage Publications,2005
2. Jan verloop. Insight in Innovation-Managing Innovation by understanding the laws of
Innovatiotion, Elsevier publications, 2004
3. Chris Floyd, Managing Technology for Corporate Success, Gower publishing limited,1998
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Computer Aided Facilities Planning
Subject Code : 12MIE 14
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 1
Unit I
Defining Requirements – Introduction - Product, Process, and Schedule Design - Flow, Space,
and Activity Relationships.
Unit II
Developing Alternatives: Concepts and Techniques - Material Handling - Layout Planning
Models and Design Algorithms.
Unit III
Facility Design for Various Functions - Warehouse Operations, Manufacturing Systems,
Facilities Systems.
Unit IV
Developing Alternatives: Quantitative Approaches - Quantitative Facilities Planning Models
Evaluating, Selecting, Preparing, Presenting, Implementing, and Maintaining - Evaluating and
Selecting the Facilities Plan - Preparing, Presenting, Implementing, and Maintaining the
Facilities Plan.
Unit V
Facilities planning for various industries like Manufacturing, Pharma, Food Service,
Underground gas storage and Health care. Computer aided tools for facilities design.
Laboratory Experiments
List of experiments:
1. Design and construction of shop floor facilities like:
a. Floor space,
b. Wall width and height
c. Windows,
d. Columns and beams for given specifications in a layout.
2. Constructing mezzanine floor and inserting cabinets on the mezzanine floor
3. Building the stairs in a layout
4. Assigning different machines, workbenches and other similar facilities in alayout
5. Design of a conveyor
6. Design of workstation along with aisles
7. Conducting simple pick and place motion by the operator at a workbench
8. Creating an assembly line using single and parallel processors along with
9. source anddrain stations
10. Design of required no. of buffers in an existing production or assembly line
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Text Books:
1. Tompkins, James A; White John A; et al; Facilities Planning, Wiley, 2008
Reference Books
1. Andrew A. Signore, Terry Jacobs, Good Design Practices For Gmp Pharmaceutical
Facilities, Taylor & Francis Group, 2005
2. Orin Flanigan, Underground Gas Storage Facilities: Design and Implementation, Gulf
Professional Publishing, 1995
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Elective - A
Software Engineering
Subject Code : 12MIE 151
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction - Software Engineer's Workshop and Software Engineering Landscape.
Unit II
Software Processes, Requirements Engineering.
Unit III
Software Design: Architectures - Validation and Risk Analysis, Design Elaboration, Mobile
Computing.
Unit IV
Software Verification, Software Metrics, Software Cost Estimation.
Unit V
Software Reliability, Computational Intelligence in Software Engineering.
Text Books:
1. James Peters, WitoldPedrycz, Software Engineering: An Engineering Approach, Wiley,
2007
Reference Books
1. James, K L, Software Engineering, Prentice-Hall of India, 2008
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Project Management
Subject Code : 12MIE 152
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction; Philosophy and Concepts: What Is Project Management? Project and System
Definition.
Unit II
Systems Approach and Systems Engineering; Systems Development Cycle: Systems
Development Cycle and Project Conception.
Unit III
Systems and Procedures for Planning and Control: Planning Fundamentals; Project Time
Planning and Networks.
Unit IV
Advanced Network Analyses and Scheduling; Cost Estimating and Budgeting; Project Quality
Management.
Unit V
Managing Risks in Projects; Project Execution and Control; Project Evaluation, Communication,
Implementation, and Closeout.
Text Books:
1. Nicholas John M, et al, Project Management For Business, Engineering, And
Technology: Principles And Practice, Elsevier India Private Limited, 2008.
Reference Books
1. Jack Meredith, Samuel J Mantel, Project Management: A Managerial Approach,
Wiley,2008
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Managerial Economics
Subject Code : 12MIE 153
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction – Micro and Macro Economics, Optimal Decisions Using Managerial Analysis
Unit II
Demand Analysis and Optimal Pricing, Estimating Demand – Forecasting - Production
Unit III
Cost Analysis, Decision Making Under Uncertainty
Unit IV
Markets - Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Oligopoly; Game Theory and Competitive Strategy
Unit V
Regulation, Public Goods, and Benefit-Cost Analysis, Bargaining and Negotiating, Auctions and
Competitive Bidding, Capital Budgeting
Text Books:
1. William F. Samuelson, Stephen G. Marks, Managerial Economics, Wiley, 2008
Reference Books
1. Gupta, G.S., Managerial Economics, Tata McGraw Hill, 2004
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Advanced Topics in Production Planning and Control
Subject Code : 12MIE 154
Pre requisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction to Production Planning and Control – MPS, MRP, Distribution Requirements
Planning
Unit II
Demand Management, Sales and operations Planning, Capacity Planning and Utilization,
Production Activity Control
Unit III
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) - integrated systems
Unit IV
Supply chain inventory management - independent-demand items
Unit V
Advanced concepts in sales and operations planning, material requirements planning, just-intime, scheduling
Text Books:
1. S K Mukhopadhyay, Production Planning And Control: Text And Cases, Prentice-hall Of
India Pvt Ltd, 2009
Reference Books
1. Vollman, Berry, Whybark and Jacobs, Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply
Chain Management, McGraw Hill, 2004
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Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Subject Code: 12MIE 155
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
FMS in Perspective - Investigation for Research and Applications. FMS Planning Since the Early
Eighties - Experience, Recommendations and Future Tendencies
Unit II
Flexibility Issues - Manufacturing Systems: Flexibility Assessement, Flexibility and Productivity
in Complex Production Processes. Pull and Push Type Production Ordering Systems - Some
ways to increase Flexibility in Manufacturing Systems
Unit III
FMS Planning - FMS Short Term Planning Problems: a Review, Loading Models in Flexible
Manufacturing Systems. Production Planning Model for a Flexible Manufacturing System,
Heuristics for Loading Flexible Manufacturing Systems, A Framework for Developing
Maintenance Policy for Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Unit IV
FMS Planning and Control - Analysis and Design, Control System Design for Flexible
Manufacturing Systems
Unit V
FMS Applications - A Computer Integrated Robotic Flexible Welding Cell, Idea and Practice of
Flexible Manufacturing Systems of Toyota
Text Books:
1. Raouf. A (Editor), M. Ben-Daya (Editor), Flexible Manufacturing Systems: Recent
Developments, Elsevier Science, 2005
Reference Books
1. J. Talavage, R. Hannam, Joseph Talavage, Flexible Manufacturing Systems In Practice:
Design: Analysis And Simulation, CRC Press, 1987
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Seminar - I
Subject Code : 12MIE 16
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 0 : 2: 0
Seminar will be evaluated based on:
 Literature Review of best practices in chosen area
 At least one case study review that demonstrates student ability to related theory
to application
 Project/ Paper Write-up
 Presentation
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II SEMESTER
Systems Simulation and Modeling
Subject Code :12MIE 21
Pre requisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 1
Unit I
Introduction - Review of Basic Probability and Statistics –Simulation components, State of a
system, Simulation procedure, Simulation inventory models, queuing models, Reliability models
and lead time demand models.
Unit II
Random number generators, tests for random numbers, Generating Random Variates,
Acceptance rejection techniques, selecting input probability distributions.
Unit III
Output Data Analysis for a Single System, Basic Simulation Modeling of terminating and non
terminating systems- selecting simulation software, features of Arena Simulation Software
Unit IV
Comparing Alternative System Configurations, Independent sampling with equal and unequal
variances, correlated sampling.
Variance-Reduction Techniques like antithetical variables, commpm random numbers, control
variates.
Unit V
Experimental Design, Sensitivity Analysis, and Optimization via simulation.
Simulation of Manufacturing Systems, material handling systems.
Laboratory Exercises
List of experiments
1.
2.
3.
4.
Introduction to Simulation Packages
Understanding the Simulation Package
Identifying probability distributions for given data
Building simulation models for manufacturing operations (Electronicassembly –With
Basic templates)
5. Building simulation models for manufacturing operations (Electronicassembly –With
Common templates)
6. Building simulation models for manufacturing operations with transportSystem
7. Building simulation models for manufacturing operations with layout
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8. Building simulation models for manufacturing operations with layout and Transport
System
9. Building simulation Models for Banking service ( Bank teller problem)
10. Building simulation Models for Mortgage application problem
11. Building simulation Models for food processing problem
12. Building simulation Models for Post office animation
13. Statistical Analysis of Simulation models ( input analysis)
14. Statistical Analysis of Simulation models (output analysis)
Text Books:
1. Law, A. M., and W. D. Kelton, Simulation modeling and analysis. Tata McGraw Hill,
2007
Reference Books
1. Averill M. Law, Michael G. McComas, SIMULATION OF MANUFACTURING
SYSTEMS, Proceedings of the 1997 Winter Simulation Conference ed. S. Andradóttir, K.
J. Healy, D. H. Withers, and B. L. Nelson, 1997
2. Banks, J., J. S. Carson, and B. L. Nelson. 1996. Discrete event system simulation. 2nd
edition,. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
3. Law, A. M. 1997. How to select simulation software. Tucson, Arizona: Averill M. Law &
Associates.
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Quantitative Techniques in Decision Making
Subject Code :12MIE 22
Pre requisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Introduction to Decision Making and Quantitative Techniques, Complexity of Real-life
problems, Models, Mathematical modeling process, Classification of mathematical models,
Solution procedures, Advantages and limitations, Role of Human Judgment.
Linear Programming: Introduction, Formulation and Graphic Solution
Unit II
Linear Programming (Continued): Simplex Method, Big-M and Two phase methods, Duality and
Sensitivity Analysis – Graphical and Algebraic, Specially Structured Linear Programmes like
Transportation and Transhipment Problems, Assignment Problems.
Unit III
Advanced Linear Programming: Integer programming algorithm and applications, Introduction
to Dynamic Programming models: Forward and Backward recursion, Simple applications:
Knapsack modeling and Workforce size modeling,
Unit IV
Network models: CPM & PERT-Representation of project as a network, Determination of
critical path and duration, Program Evaluation and Review Techniques, Critical path method,
Crashing Network economically, Resource leveling, Minimal spanning tree algorithm, Shortest
route problem
Unit V
Introduction to waiting line systems, Elements of waiting lines, role of probability distributions,
Specialized Poisson queuing models viz. single server and multi server waiting line models.
Introduction to Goal programming (simple Problems).
Use of modern software such as Excel Solver, LINDO, for solving quantitative models.
Text Book:
1. Taha, Hamdy A. Introduction to Operations Research, PHI Pvt Ltd., New Delhi 2003.
2. Anderson D.R., D.J. Sweeney and T.A Williams, Quantitative Methods for Business,
Cengage learning, 2006.
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Reference Books
1. M P Gupta and R B Khanan, Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making, PHI, 2011.
2. Anderson, Sweeney and Williams, quantitative Methods for business, Lengage Learning,
2006.
3. Ravindran, Philips and Solberg, Operations research Principles and Practice, John Wiley
and Sons, 1987.
4. Additional Material : as suggested in classes.
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Quality and Reliability Engineering
Subject Code :12MIE 23
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Introduction to Quality and Reliability
Quality and Reliability Mathematics
Unit II
Reliability Engineering Concepts - Bathtub Hazard Rate Concept and Reliability Basic
Formulas, Reliability Evaluation of Standard Configurations, Reliability Analysis Methods
Unit III
Quality Engineering Concepts - Quality Goals, Quality Assurance System Elements, Total
Quality Management, Quality Analysis Methods, Quality Costs and Indices
Unit IV
Robot Reliability - Medical Equipment Reliability - Power System Reliability – Computer and
Internet Reliability
Unit V
Software Quality - Quality in Health Care –Quality Control in Health Care – Quality Control in
the Textile Industry – Quality Control in the Food Industry
Text Books:
1. Dhillon, B.S, Applied Reliability and Quality- Fundamentals, Methods and Procedures
Series: Springer Series in Reliability Engineering, 2007
Reference Books
1. Hoang Pham, Recent Advances In Reliability And Quality In Design, Springer Series In
Reliability Engineering, 2008
2. Bentley John P, Introduction To Reliability And Quality Engineering, Addison – Wesley,
1999
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Work System Design
Subject Code :12MIE 24
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 1
Unit I
Introduction to Ergonomics - Methods Analysis, Graphical Productivity Analysis, Work
Methods Improvement.
Unit II
Measuring Productivity - Time Study, Standard Data Systems, Predetermined Time Systems,
Work Sampling, Physiological Work Measurement.
Unit III
Body Mechanics at Work: Risk Assessment and Design, User-Centered Workspace Design
Using Anthropometric Data
Unit IV
Static Work: Principles for Risk Assessment and Design, Repetitive Tasks: Risk Assessment and
Task Design
Unit V
Design and Evaluation of Manual Handling Tasks, Improving Productivity - Methods for
Increasing Productivity.
Laboratory
List of experiments
1. Application of various Recording techniques
2. Determination of standard time for various operations
3. Determination of standard time for simple operation using Timer Pro Software
4. Rating practices
5. Measurement of parameters (heart beat rate, calorie consumption) using walking
simulator
6. Measurement of parameters (heart beat rate, calorie consumption, revolutions per minute)
using Ergometer
7. Conduction of work sampling in office environment to determine office utilization.
8. Effect of noise, light and heat on human efficiency in work environment.
9. Productivity improvement techniques
Text Books:
1. Bridger R S, Introduction to Ergonomics, Taylor and Francis, 2008
Reference Books
1. Aft, Work Measurement and Methods, Wiley John and Sons, 2000
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Elective - B
e-Commerce
Subject Code :12MIE 251
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Introduction – Internet and Intranets
Building Blocks for e-commerce - Electronic Data Interchange, The UN/EDIFACT Standard,
The Internet and Extranets, Identification and Tracking Tools
Unit II
Reengineering for change - Business Process Reengineering, Management of Change
Unit III
Concerns for e-commerce growth - Legal Issues, Cyber Security, Cyber Crimes
Creating trust in the electronic environment - Information Technology Act, 2000, Public Key
Infrastructure, Electronic Payment Systems and Internet Banking
Unit IV
Formulating an Internet Strategy in a Networked World - The Internet as a Business Solution or
Pandora's Box. The Way Forward. Infomediaries and Business-to-Business Consortia. B2C,
B2B, B2G, and G2B. Business-to-Government E-commerce. Government-to-Business Ecommerce. Interorganizational Systems: B2C, Consortia, B2B, B2G, G2B.
Unit V
Special topics on e-Governance
Text Books:
1. Schneider, E-commerce: Strategy, Technology And Implementation, Cengage Learning
(Thompson ), 2008
Reference Books
1. K K Bajaj, et al, E-commerce: The Cutting Edge Of Business, Tata McGraw Hill, 2004
2. Robert T. Plant, eCommerce: Formulation of Strategy, Pearson Education, 2000
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Human Resources Management
Subject Code : 12MIE 252
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Introduction to Human Resource Functions - Evolution of Human Resources Management in
India.
Unit II
Acquiring Human Resources - Human Resource Planning
Retaining Human Resources - Job Satisfaction, Work Motivation, Supervisory Behaviour,
Organizational Change, Elements of Performance Appraisal
Unit III
Developing Human Resources - Training and Development , Perception and Communication
organizational learning
Rewarding Human Resources - Internal Mobility, Compensation Management
Unit IV
Quality of Working Life, Working conditions and Work Behaviour
HR Audit and Information Systems
Unit V
Ethics and Human Resource Management
Industrial Relations in India
Text Books:
1. Sarah Gilmore, Steve Williams, Human Resources Management, OxfordUniversity Press,
2009
Reference Books
1.MirzaSaiyadain, Human Resources Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008
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Design of Experiments
Subject Code : 12MIE 253
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Simple Comparative Experiments, Experiments with a Single Factor: The Analysis of Variance,
Randomized Blocks, Latin Squares, and Related Designs
Unit II
Introduction to Factorial Designs, The 2^k Factorial Design, Blocking and Confounding in the
2^k Factorial Design
Unit III
Two-Level Fractional Factorial Designs, Three-Level and Mixed-Level Factorial and Fractional
Factorial Designs, Fitting Regression Models
Unit IV
Response Surface Methods and Other Approaches to Process Optimization
Unit V
Experiments with Random Factors, Nested and Split-Plot Designs, Other Design and Analysis
Topics
Text Books:
1. Douglas C. Montgomery, Design And Analysis Of Experiments, 8th Edition, 2012, Wiley
Reference Books
1. Angela Dean, Daniel Voss, Design And Analysis Of Experiments, Springer, 2006
2. Douglas C. Montgomery, George C. Runger : Applied Probability&Statistics, 5th Edition,
Wiley, 2010
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Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
Subject Code : 12MIE 254
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Introduction - Artificial Intelligence, Problems, Problem Spaces, and Search, Heuristic Search
Techniques
Knowledge Representation- Knowledge Representation Issues, Using Predicate Logic,
Representing Knowledge Using Rules, Symbolic Reasoning Under Uncertainty, Statistical
Reasoning, Weak Slot-and-Filler Structures, Strong Slot-and-Filler Structures, Knowledge
Representation Summary
Unit II
Advanced Topics - Game Playing, Planning, Understanding, Natural Language Processing,
Parallel and Distributed AI, Learning, Connectionist Models, Common Sense
Unit III
Expert Systems, Perception and Action, Fuzzy Logic Systems, Neural Networks
Unit IV
Genetic Algorithms, Artificial Immune Systems
Unit V
AI and Expert Systems Applications in various industries
Text Books:
1. Rich Knight Nair, Artificial Intelligence, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008
Reference Books
1. Artificial Intelligence and expert system, Federick Wilfrid Lancaster, Linda,1990
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Advanced Topics in Quality Management Systems
Subject Code : 12MIE 255
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Introduction - Quality Management Concepts, The Total Quality Approach to Quality
Management. Quality and Global Competitiveness - Strategic Management: Planning and
Execution for Competitive Advantage
Unit II
Quality Management Aspects - Ethics, and Corporate Social Responsibility, Partnering and
Strategic Alliances. Quality Culture: Changing Hearts, Minds, and Attitudes, Customer
Satisfaction, Retention, and Loyalty
Unit III
Quality Management Adoption - Employee Empowerment, Leadership and Change, Team
Building and Teamwork, Effective Communication, Education and Training, Overcoming
Politics, Negativity, and Conflict in the Workplace. ISO 9000 and Total Quality: The
Relationship
Unit IV
Total Quality Tools - Problem Solving and Decision Making - Quality Function Deployment
(QFD) - Optimizing and Controlling Processes through Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Unit V
Implementing Total Quality Management - Continual Improvement - Six Sigma, Lean, and Lean
Six Sigma – Benchmarking - Just-in-Time Manufacturing
Text Books:
1. David L. Goetsch, Quality Management for Organizational Excellence: Introduction to
Total Quality, Prentice Hall, 2005
Reference Books
1. Mark Brown, Baldrige Award Winning Quality: How to Interpret the Baldrige Criteria for
Performance Excellence, Taylor& Francis, 2008
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Seminar - II
Subject Code : 12MIE 26
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 0 : 2: 0
Seminar will be evaluated based on:
 Literature Review of emerging work in chosen area. Emphasis will be on modeling
and other Industrial Engineering tools and techniques
 At least one case study review that demonstrates student ability to related theory to
application
 Project/ Paper Write-up
 Presentation
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III SEMESTER
Supply Chain Management
Subject Code :12MIE 31
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Introduction to Supply Chains, Network Planning, Inventory Management and Risk Pooling,
Supply Contracts
Unit II
The Value of information, Information Technology and Business Processes, Supply Chain
integration and Distribution strategies
Unit III
Strategic alliances, Procurement and Outsourcing Strategies, Global Logistics and Risk
Management
Unit IV
Coordinated product and supply chain design, Customer Value and Smart Pricing
Unit V
Simulation – Beer Game and Risk pool game, Local Issues in SCM
Text Books:
1. Simchi-Levi David, Designing And Managing The Supply Chain (with Student Cd), 3/e,
Tata McGraw Hill, 2007
Reference Books
1. Managing the supply chain, David Simchi-Levi,2004
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Management Accounting and Finance
Subject Code : 12MIE 32
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 1 : 0
Unit I
Financial Accounting
Conventions, Balance sheet concepts, profit and Loss account
Unit II
Accounting mechanics
Basic records, Preparing financial statements, Adjustment entries, Inventory valuation financial
ratios, Sources of funds, Cost of capital, Cash Flow statements, Simulation of cash flow
Unit III
Cost accounting, Cost classification, Allocation and absorption of cost, Relevant costs,
Allocation joint costs.
Unit IV
Design of historical and standard costing systems, Overhead cost control
Managerial Economics concept, Activity Based Costing
Unit V
New Trends in Managerial Accounting
Working capital management
Text Books
1. Guruprasad Murthy, Financial Accounting, Himalaya, 2009
2. Anthony A. Atkinson, Robert S. Kaplan, S. Mark Young, Ella Mae Matsumura,
Management Accounting, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Reference Books
1. Hansen Don R, Mowen M Maryanne, Management Accounting, Cengage Learning, 7th
Edition, 2007
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Elective - C
Marketing Management
Subject Code :12MIE 331
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction to Marketing Management, Analyzing Marketing Opportunities
Unit II
Consumer and Business buying behavior, Dealing with competition and selecting target markets
Unit III
Marketing strategy – positioning and differentiating the offering, Shaping the market offering –
Designing services, Pricing strategy
Unit IV
Branding Strategy, Managing the Sales Force
Unit V
Managing marketing programs - Designing and Managing Value Networks and Marketing
Channels, Managing Retailing, Wholesaling, and Market Logistics, Managing Advertising, Sales
Promotion, Public Relations, and Direct Marketing
Text Books:
1. Philip Kotler, Kevin Keller, Marketing Management, Prentice Hall, 2008
Reference Books
1. Marketing Management, David L Loudon, David Loudon, Rober Stevens, 2004
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Lean Manufacturing Systems
Subject Code : 12MIE 332
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction to lean manufacturing systems and cell design, Steps to lean production
Unit II
Manufacturing system design, Axiomatic design principles, Manned interim manufacturing and
assembly cells
Unit III
Setup reduction, Integrated quality control, Integrated reliability
Unit IV
Refining lean production, Production and inventory control, Making the vendors lean
Unit V
Ergonomics in cell design, Automation and autonomation, Simulation, The Toyota production
system today
Text Book:
1. Ronald G. Askin, Jeffrey B. Goldberg, Design And Analysis Of Lean Production Systems,
Wiley, 2007
Reference Book
1. JT Black, Steve L. Hunter, Steve L. Hunter, Lean Manufacturing Systems and Cell Design,
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 2003
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Subject Code : 12 MIE 333
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction - Enterprise-An Overview, Basic ERP Concepts , Justifying ERP Investments, Risks
of ERP. ERP and Technology - Business Intelligence (BI), E-Business and E-Commerce,
Business Process Reengineering (BPR), Data Warehousing, Data Mining, On-line Analytical
Processing (OLAP)
Unit II
ERP Linkages - Product Life Cycle Management (PLM), Supply Chain Management (SCM),
Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Advanced Technology and ERP Security
Unit III
ERP Modules – Finance, Manufacturing, Human Resources, Plant Maintenance, Materials
Management, Quality Management, Marketing, Sales, Distribution & Service. ERP Players SAP AG, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Oracle Corporation, QAD Inc., SSA Global, Lawson
Software, Epicor, Intuitive
Unit IV
ERP Implementation Decision Making – ERP Vendor selection - Implementation Challenges ERP Implementation (Transition) Strategies - ERP Implementation Life Cycle. ERP
Implementation Aspects Pre-implementation Tasks - Requirements Definition Implementation Methodologies - Package Selection - ERP Project Teams - Process Definition Dealing with Employee Resistance - Contracts with Vendors, Consultants and Employees Training & Education- Project Management & Monitoring - Success & Failure Factors of an
ERP Implementation
Unit V
ERP Post Implementation Activities - Operation and Maintenance of the ERP System Measuring the Performance of the ERP System - Maximizing the ERP System. Future Directions
and Trends in ERP - Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), ERP and E-Business, ERP,
Internet, ERP II, ERP and Total Quality Management
Text Books:
1. Bret Wagner, Ellen Monk, Enterprise Resource Planning, Cengage Learning, 2008
Reference Books
1. Alexis Leon, Erp Demystified, Tata McGraw Hill, 2007
2. Grant Norris, Kenneth M. Hartley, James R. Hurley, E-business And Erp: Transforming
The Enterprise, John Wiley & Sons, 2000
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Financial Management
Subject Code : 12MIE 334
Prerequisites : Nil
Crédits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction - An Overview of Financial Management. Introduction to Contemporary Financial
Management - Contemporary Financial Environment - Financial Statement Analysis
Unit II
Foundations of Financial Management - Concept of Time - Concept of Return and Risk Concept of Value. Strategic Financial Decisions - Cost of Capital - Capital Budgeting Estimating Cash Flows - Analysis in Capital Budgeting - Leverage - Capital Structure Decisions
- Dividend Decisions
Unit III
Operating Financial Decisions - An Overview of Working Capital Decisions - Inventory
Management - Receivables Management - Cash Management - Financing Current Assets
Unit IV
Financial Management in India - New Dimensions in Indian Corporate Finance - Recent Trends
in Indian Corporate Finance. International Financial Management - Global Financial
Environment - What Moves Exchange Rates - The Foreign Exchange Market
Unit V
Introduction to Currency Futures and Options - Understanding Financial Risk - Management of
Currency Exposure. Interest Risk Management - Currency and Interest Rate Swaps - Forward
Rate Agreements, Interest Rate Futures and Interest Rate Options
Text Books:
1. Prakash G Apte, International Finance, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008
Reference Books
1. Rajesh Kothari, Bobby Dutta, Contemporary Finance Management, Macmillan Publishers
India, 2005
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Computational Methods for Queuing Networks
Subject Code : 12MIE 335
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Introduction - Modeling Automated Manufacturing Systems - Performance Modeling Tools.
Markov Chain Models - Memoryless Random Variables - Stochastic Processes in Manufacturing
- Discrete Time Markov Chain Models - Continuous Time Markov Chain Models - - Absorbing
States and Modeling of Deadlocks - Semi-Markov Processes in Manufacturing
Unit II
Queuing Models - Queues: Notation and Examples - The M/M/1 Queue - The M/M/m Queue Batch Arrival Queuing Systems - Queues with General Distributions - Queues with Breakdowns
Unit III
Queuing Networks - Open Queuing Networks - Closed Queuing Networks - Product Form
Queuing Networks - Queuing Networks with Blocking. Analysis of Queues - Approximate
Analysis of Queuing Systems - Analysis of a Flexible MachineCenter - Performability Analysis
Unit IV
Petri Net Models - Classical Petri Nets - Stochastic Petri Nets - Generalized Stochastic Petri Nets
- Deadlock Analysis using Petri Nets - Extended Classes of Petri Nets - Integrated Petri Net Queuing Network Models
Unit V
Applications - Automated Manufacturing Systems - Performance Measures - Computer
Controlled Machines - Material handling Systems - Plant Layout- Flexible Manufacturing
Systems - Computer Control Systems - Modeling of Kanban Systems
Text Books:
1. Viswanadham N, Narahari Y, Performance Modeling of Automated Manufacturing
Systems, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd, 2005
Reference Books
1. Computer systems performance evaluation and prediction, Paul J Fortier, 2006
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Elective - D
Software Quality Assurance
Subject Code : 12MIE 341
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Quality assurance context - Challenges of software quality - IS quality - Define software quality
Unit II
Define a software quality model - Software Quality Assurance - Describe components of a
software quality assurance system
Unit III
Software quality plans -Relate software quality to the software development life-cycle SQA management
Unit IV
Describe process controls - Agile, MSF, & CMMI - Quality metrics -Quality costs - SQA
economics -SQA standards - Describe common standards - IEEE standards
Unit V
SQA tools & techniques – Testing - Quality procedures - Runtime assurances, requirements
monitoring - Open source
Text Books:
1. Software Quality Assurance: From Theory to Implementation, Daniel Galin, Addison
Wesley, 2003
Reference Books
1. Implementing the Capability Maturity Model by James R. Persse John Wiley & Sons ©
2001
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Data Warehousing and Data Mining
Subject Code : 12MIE 342
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
DW methodology - DW architectures - The DW development processes: Logical and physical
DW
Unit II
DW data modeling - ETL, Data access, Data quality - DM - Query tools
Unit III
State-of-the-art in DM tools and technologies
Unit IV
DM and Business intelligence – From findings to application
Unit V
From research to a mature technology – technological artifact - DW, DM and beyond.
Text Books:
1. Berry, M.J.A. and Linoff G.S. (2004). Data Mining Techniques: For Marketing, Sales, and
Customer Relationship Management (paperback),. 2nd Edition. ISBN: 0-471-47064-3,
Wiley
Reference Books
1. Sperley, Eric. (1999) The Enterprise Data Warehouse: The Planning, Building &
Implementation Volume I: 1st Edition.
ISBN 0139058451, Prentice Hall
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Cyber Security
Subject Code : 12MIE 343
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
Security Concepts and Mechanisms -Networking Concepts Overview -Information Security
Concepts -Security Threats and vulnerabilities
Unit II
Cryptography -Security Management -Security Management Practices
Unit III
Network Security -Access Control and Intrusion Detection -Server Management and Firewalls Security for VPN and Next Generation Networks
Unit IV
System and Application Security - Security Architectures and Models - System Security - OS
Security
Unit V
Security Laws and Standards - Cyber Laws
Text Books:
1. Cyber Security Essentials - James Graham (Editor), Ryan
Olson (Editor), RickHoward (Editor)Auerbach Publications; 1 edition ,2010
Reference Books
1. Cyber Security And Global Information Assurance: Threat Analysis And Response
Solutions (Hardcover) by Kenneth J. Knapp (Editor) Publisher: Information Science
Publishing, 2010
2. Cyber Laws, Shikha Singh, Global India Publications Pvt Ltd., 2011
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Information Technology – Strategy and Management
Subject Code : 12MIE 344
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 4 : 0 : 0
Unit I
The Challenges of Managing Information Systems and Technology -Strategic Information
Systems Plan: IT Strategy and Organization Strategy-Chief Information Officer (CIO) and The
Information Services Resource
Unit II
Organization Issues in Information "Systems Development Life Cycle” - Insuring IT
productivity and high quality performance through use of best practices
Unit III
Organization and IT Security Management Processes- Information Technology AcquisitionVendor Relationships and Contract Negotiation
Unit IV
Information Asset Controls, Data Center Management, and IT Outsourcing -Project Management
A Portfolio Approach to Managing IT Project
Unit V
Disaster Planning, (Business Continuity Planning) - Evaluation of I.S. Strategic Plans and
Business Continuity Preparedness Plans
Text Books:
1. Corporate Information Strategy and Management Text and Cases; Linda M. Applegate,
Robert D. Austin, and F. Warren McFarlan, -McGrawHill/Irwin; 7th edition (2006)
Reference Books
1. IT Strategy- James D. McKeen, Heather Smith, Prentice Hall; 2 edition, 2011
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Project Work Preliminaries
Subject Code : 12MIE 35
Prerequisites : Nil
Credits : 0 : 2 : 4
The Project preparatory work will be evaluated based on:
 Company Information
 Appreciating the different aspects of the business
 Narrowing down to the specific problem
 Its importance and relevance / significance
 Project problem definition
 Scope – In Scope, Out of Scope
 Assumptions
 Project Plan
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IV SEMESTER
Project Work
Subject Code : 12MIE 41
Prerequisites : MIE35
Credits : 0 : 0 : 24
Final Project work will be evaluated based on:
 Project problem definition
 Scope – In Scope, Out of Scope
 Assumptions
 Project Plan
 Project Preparatory Work and
 Data Gathering
 Inferences
 Literature Survey
 IE Concepts and Methodology used
 Recommendations
 Analysis including CBA
 Implementation Methodology
 Results
 Original Contribution of the project
 Project Report Depth and Quality
 Project Presentation
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