Industrial and Production Engineering Department came into existence in the year 1980 under the umbrella of JSS Mahavidyapeeta. It became grant-in-aid department in the year 1983. Ever since its inception, the department has grown from strength to strength over the years in terms of intake of students. The program was started in 1980. The department has an intake of over 60 students. The department has a highly qualified, dedicated faculty team. The department has very good infrastructure facilities. The department has highly sophisticated laboratories Viz. CAD/ CAM laboratory, Software Applications laboratory, Metrology laboratory, Industrial Engineering laboratory cater to carry out academic and research activities. Till date, the department has produced 10 PhDs and 9 research scholars are pursuing Ph.D. The department has been accredited three times by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). The department has produced distinguished alumni over the years who are holding top positions in organizations and have brought laurel to the institution. The students’ placement record is excellent over the years. Students have placed in esteemed organizations Viz. Mercedes Benz, Toyota, Robert Bosch, TVS, RR Donnelley, Schneider Electric, TCS, and Accenture etc. Department is constantly encouraging students to attend internship programs in reputed companies and to participate in extracurricular activities as well. Students are also encouraged to do innovative projects by the department. Some of the projects carried out by the students like PACE have received international acclaim and won prizes to the department.

 The Department has the following Laboratories:

1. Metrology Laboratory

The Metrology Laboratory is equipped with Profile Projector, Talyrond, Autocollimator, Tool Makers, Microscope, Dial Micrometer, Optical Flats, Levelling Press, Gear Tooth Micrometer, Spline Micrometer, Deep Hole Dial Depth Gauge, Dial Micrometer, V-Anvil Micrometer, Magnetic Check Profile Projector, Vernier Calipers, Dial Calipers, Digital Calipers 2. CAD/CAM & CIM Laboratory

The CAD/CAM labs are equipped with 75 computers and Solid Edge, Synchronous technology, UGS NX10, ANSYS 11, CNC EXSL Simulation software, Matlab, WinQSB, Proplanner, Minitab and SPSS software 3. Industrial Engineering Laboratory

The Industrial Engineering Lab is equipped with a Modern Tread Mill and Ergometer with Proplanner & Workstudy Professional software. 4.Centralized Labs

Machine Shop, Workshops, Mechanical Lab, Computer Lab, Material testing labs.

    • To be reputed globally by imparting quality technical education through in-depth knowledge, professional ethics and social responsibilities for the betterment of the society.
    • To create a state of the art facilities to promote academic, research and professional activities for teaching and student communities.
    • To provide opportunities for students to launch their career in specialized areas of research that cater to the needs of Industry community.
    • To design the program curriculum to cater to the needs of rapid technological advancement.
    • To upgrade the infrastructure and laboratory facilities in tune with the curriculum requirements.
    • To build a close liaison with the industries for in-house theory and practical training to the teaching and students fraternities in order to enhance their skills and knowledge in the areas of Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing and Management.
    • To produce quality Engineers with excellent academic, behavioral, managerial and innovative skills to meet the challenges posed in the rapidly changing Industry scenario.

UG 

PO 1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO 2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO 3: Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4: Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO 6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO 7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9: Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO 11: Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 12: Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PG

Graduates are able to, PO1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering. PO2: Identify, formulate and analyze problems related to production and industrial engineering. PO3: Design and develop production systems considering factors related to safety and environment. PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems in the field of industrial and production engineering. PO5: Use appropriate modern tools and techniques to model and solve complex Industrial and production engineering problems. PO6: Understand the impact of production engineering solutions in global, economic and societal context. PO7: Understand the impact of production on environment and adopt sustainable development. PO8: Understand professional and ethical responsibilities. PO9: Function as an individual and a team member contributing significantly to the growth of   the organization. PO10: Communicate effectively. PO11: Competently manage projects understanding their financial implications. PO12: Possess the knowledge of contemporary issues and engage in life-long learning.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • PEO1: Graduates get employed in professions related to Industrial and Production Engineering adopting and adapting to advances in technology and management.
  • PEO2: Graduates pursue advanced studies at Institutions of higher learning to engage in research with an inclination towards life-long learning.
  • PEO3: Graduates become successful professionals in a challenging environment by becoming successful entrepreneurs keeping in mind the ethical responsibilities.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
  1. PSO1:  To create qualified budding, versatile and multifaceted Engineers to solve real-world problems with good theoretical and practical knowledge arising in the areas of Industrial Production Engineering.
  2. PSO2:  To imbibe confidence in students to become entrepreneurs of the future.
  3. PSO3:  To develop students with excellent presentation skills to take up innovative projects of industries.

OBE Administration

 
SL. NO. Name of the member Designation
1  Dr. T.R.Srinivas (Internal Member) Professor & Head
2 Dr. V. Ramesh (Internal Member) Professor
3 Dr. Arun Kumar (Internal Member) Associate Professor
4 Dr. M Savitha (Internal Member) Associate Professor
5 D. Karibasavaraja (Internal Member) Assistant Professor
6 Manjunatha. B. (Internal Member) Assistant Professor
7 Sowmya. C. (Internal Member) Assistant Professor
8 Skanda. M.G. (Internal Member) Assistant Professor
9 Dr. S.N Kurbet (External Member) Professor & HOD Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, BEC, Bagalkot
10 Dr. M.S. Shamprasad (External Member) Professor & HOD Dept. of I&PE,NIE Mysuru
11 Dr. K.M. Subbaiah (External Member) Professor Dept. of I&PE,NIE Mysuru
12 Abdul Hanan khan (External Member) CEO, M.K.Agrotech,Pvt,Ltd.
13 Mr.Hussein Vagh (External Member) Managing director Pyramid Timbers, Mysuru
SL. NO. Name of the member Designation
1. Dr. T.R.Srinivas Professor & Head Dept. of I&PE,SJCE,Mysuru Chairman
2. Dr. V. Ramesh Professor Dept. of I&PE,SJCE,Mysuru Internal member
3. Dr. Arun Kumar Professor Dept. of I&PE,SJCE,Mysuru Internal member
4. Dr. M.S.Shamprasad Professor & HOD Dept. of I&PE,NIE, Mysuru External member
5. Dr. K.M. Subbaiah Professor Dept. of I&PE,NIE, Mysuru External member
6. Abdul Hanan khan CEO, M.K.Agrotech,Pvt,Ltd. Mysuru External member
7. Mr.Hussein vagh Managing director Pyramid Timbers, Mysuru External member
The ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-18 Program Coordinator Dr. T.R. Srinivas, Professor, and HOD.
Year Class Staff Coordinator
II Prof. Sowmya c
III Dr. Arun Kumar
IV Prof. Skanda M.G.
Module Coordinator
Sl. no. Module Coordinator
1. Production and Manufacturing ·         Prof. D Karibasavaraja
2. Engineering Management ·         Dr. V.Ramesh ·         Prof. Skanda. M.G.
3. Engineering Design ·         Dr. Arun Kumar ·         Prof. D Karibasavaraja
4. Industrial Engineering ·         Prof. Sowmya. C. ·         Prof. Manjunatha B.
5. Materials & Manufacturing ·         Dr. Savitha M
Course Coordinator COMMITTEES
Name of the Committee Name of the committee member Activity
Programme Assessment committee Dr.D Arunkumar Monitoring of attainment of Pos and PEO’s monitoring the faculty and student towards attending workshops and conference : taking up projects
Internal Quality Assurance cell  Dr. V.Ramesh Prof. Skanda M.G. For maintaining the quality standards
I&PE PI Forum Sports sub committee Cultural Sub committee Literary committee Prof. Manjunatha B. Prof. Sowmya C Prof. Skanda M.G. Coordinating the extra circulars activities Coordinating the sports activities Coordinating culture activities Coordinating the literary activities
Technical Advisory committee Dr. V.Ramesh Dr. D Arunkumar   Organizing National seminars, Departmental lecturers, expert lectures Coordinating the technical activities of the students, Paper presentation & Competitive events
Soft skill development committee   Dr. V.Ramesh Dr. Savitha M Prof. Skanda M.G. Coordinating and organizing soft skill development programmers for the students
Department Magazine Committee Prof. Skanda M.G. Complication of departments activities (staff and students) Collection and editing technical /General articles from the staff and students: formatting and publishing
Industrial Training & placement committee Prof. D Karibasavaraja Prof. Manjunatha B. Coordinating and organ sing the sites visits and helping the students in internship and placements related activities
Project committee Dr. D Arunkumar Prof. Skanda M.G. Coordinating minor and major projects of the students
Project evaluation committee Dr. V.Ramesh Dr. Arunkumar Continuous evaluation of the final year student’s projects.
Seminar Evaluation committee Prof. Manjunatha. B Prof. D. Arunkumar Evaluation of technical seminar by the students
Alumni committee Dr. Savitha M Prof. Sowmya c Coordinating the alumni activities of the department.
Consultancy committee All the faculty members of the department Carrying out the consultancy work of the departments
Mentoring committee All the faculty members of the department Mentoring the students and trying to resolve three issues
Class Representatives Year wise
Placement Secretaries Himani Nithin Kashyap
SEMESTER: I BRANCH: INDUSTRIAL & PRODUCTION ENGINEERING            SECTION: L
SL.NO SR. NO NAME FACULTY
1 180712 AISHWARYA M V                 D. Arunkumar
2 182752 AISHWARYA R
3 180781 AISIRI D
4 180151 AJAY P N
5 182725 AMEENA MERAJ
6 183712 APOORVA P
7 182079 ARSHAL A K
8 183713 ASHWITHA M
9 180779 BHOOMIKA R POOJARI
10 186016 CHAITHANYA KUMAR K
11 182743 CHAITHRA M                 Dr M. Savitha
12 183717 CHANDA C M
13 183025 DEVARAJU B M
14 180791 G BHARGAVI
15 180135 GANESH I H
16 180022 GAURAV S
17 180770 HAMSAVENI A
18 182157 HARISH KUMAR
19 182080 HARSHAD T H
20 183062 HEMANTH K M
21 182015 HITHIN N   D. Karibasavaraja
22 182788 JAYAPRIYA K B
23 180765 K ADITHI
 
24 180031 L D SANATH KUMAR
25 180798 LIKHITHA K
26 182734 M B KRUTHI
27 180068 MADHAV KAUSHIK
28 183727 MAMATHA J
29 182118 MANISH RAJGOPAL
30 186712 MARIAM ZAKIR AHMED
31 180105 MRINAL S SETTY                 Skanda M.G
32 182091 NAMITH JAIN J
33 182048 NANDAN B S
34 182097 NANDAN J
35 182728 NAYANA P
36 180126 NIKIL NACHAPPA M U
37 182723 NOYONIKA M R
38 180709 PADMASHREE KARNAM
39 182155 PAVAN G
40 180009 PRADYUMNA S BHARADWAJ
41 182726 RAKSHITHA N               Manjunatha B
42 183011 RAVIKUMAR M
43 180072 SAGAR M
44 180747 SAMEEKSHA A V
45 180788 SAMIKSHA S URS
46 182119 SHREYAS ARADHYA A C
47 182770 SPANDANA N
48 182738 SPARSHA Y
49 180726 SRIRAKSHA B R
 
50 180038 SRIVATSA KRISHNA MUGALI
51 180091 SUMUKH S           C. Sowmya
52 182011 SURYAPRAKASH G
53 180707 SUSHMITHA S
54 182717 TEJASWINI M
55 186032 V KRISHNAKANTH KEMPAIAH
56 182785 VIDYASHREE C M
57 182122 VINEETHKUMAR A

Programmes Offered

UG details

PG details

B.E. (INDUSTRIAL & PRODUCTION ENGINEERING)

Nil

Know Your Faculty

 

1

Dr. T.R.Srinivas

Professor  & HOD

2

Dr. V.Ramesh

Professor

3

Dr. D Arunkumar

Associate Professor

4

Dr. Savitha M

Associate Professor

5

D Kari Basavaraja

Assistant Professor

6

Manjunath. B

Assistant Professor

7

Sowmya.C

Assistant Professor

8

Skanda M.G

Assistant Professor

9

Ms. A S Bindu

Assistant Professor (on Contract Basis)

NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION CONTACT DETAILS
MHADEVASWAMY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGG.(MTT) INSTRUCTOR +91 9886730709
SHANKARAIAH S.S.L.C. ITI -FITTER ASST. INSTRUCTOR +91 9632547705
M.V.MAHADEVA S.S.L.C MECHANIC +91 8453572195
 NAGESH G.S. S.S.L.C. ITI-TURNER HELPER +91 8971782947
CHANDRASHEKARA S R P.U.C., (BA.,) HELPER +91 8152025057
ABHIJITH ITI – FITTER DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL HELPER +91 7338186269

Curriculum & Timetable

 

 The department conducts five events as per the calendar of events out of which three are in the form of tests and remaining two are in the form of assignments.  Normally the question paper pattern consists of two questions with internal choice from the syllabus covered during that period. While framing the question paper utmost care is taken to see that the COS and the cognitive domains for each question are clearly specified. The duration of each test is 1hour and maximum marks allotted are 10. The evaluation process is very rigorous. The students are assessed based on their understanding capability, comprehending, analyzing, applying, synthesizing and evaluating skills. Regarding assignments the faculty normally prepares four to five sets, each set consisting of around ten questions and distributes each set to a group of ten students. Time dead line is given to the students and each group is given a prior appointment and in the allotted time the group must submit the assignment/ present seminar and answer the questions posed to them by the faculty.

Continuous internal Evaluation (CIE) for 50 marks will be conducted in five events with each event for 10 marks. Events 1, 3 and 5 are in the form of tests. Tests are conducted normally in three subsequent months, one month after the commencement of the course. For example if the odd semester commences in August, events 1, 3 5 will be held respectively in the month of September, October and November. The concerned course faculty must evaluate the test papers within one week after the conduction of the event. The concerned course faculty must also submit the scheme of evaluation to the HOD within a week’s time.

Events 2 and 4 are in the form of Assignment/ Seminar/ Quiz. Normally event 2 and event 4  are performed well before the commencement of events 3 and 5 respectively.

 Semester End Evaluation (SEE) will be conducted for 50 marks in each course. The department prepares the manuscripts for each course in accordance with the format given by the controller of autonomous examination. The department conducts BOE meeting comprising of all faculty members of the department, subject experts from other reputed institutions in order to scrutinize the manuscripts along with the scheme and solutions for the course taught by the individual faculty.

The department prepares the calendar of events (lesson plan for each course, conducting tests, assignments/seminars/mini projects, and tutorial classes if any) in adherence with the calendar of events of the institution. Each faculty member in turn prepares his/her own calendar of event in tune with the departmental calendar of event.

The faculty member prepares lesson plan for each course and indicates the plan for the teaching of the subjects by indicating the topics to be covered in each hour and mentions the period of tests, assignments/seminars/mini projects, and tutorial classes in adherence with the calendar of events of the institution. The teaching faculty further indicates the course objective, course out comes, topic to be covered beyond the scope of syllabus, expected questions for each topic in a dairy provided to him/her by the Head of the Department.  The faculty takes rigorous initiatives to encourage bright students to work in group to solve complex real world problems and also assist weak students to understand the concepts of the course by conducting special/ tutorial classes, makeup tests, assignments etc.

The program will be conducted every year in two semesters namely odd and even semester respectively. Under normal circumstances the odd semester will commence on the 1st of August and even semester will commence on the 1st of January every year.

On day one of every semester Head of the department will hold a meeting with all the faculty members and inform them to strictly engage the classes’ right from the first day and adhere to the lesson plan prepared by the faculty in advance.

Head of the department will conduct review meeting every week preferably during weekend to know the topics covered so far by the faculty, difficulties if any faced by the faculty in handling the course, students’ performance in the events etc.

Continuous internal Evaluation (CIE) will be conducted in five events. Events 1, 3 and 5 are in the form of tests. Tests are conducted normally in three subsequent months, one month after the commencement of the course. For example if the odd semester commences in August, events 1, 3, 5will be held respectively in the month of September, October and November. The concerned course faculty must evaluate the test papers within one week after the conduction of the event. The concerned course faculty must also submit the scheme of evaluation to the HOD within a week’s time.

Events 2 and 4 are in the form of Assignment/ Seminar/ Quiz. Normally event 2 and event 4 are performed well before the commencement of events 3 and 5 respectively.

Board of examiners (BOE) meeting) will be held one month prior to the examination to review/ proofread the question papers set by the faculty members of the department. The reviewed question papers duly attested by the HOD are sent to the custody of the Controller of Examination (COE) as soon as the BOE meeting is over.

Apart from five events there is a make-up test preferably during the fag end of the semester for the students who could not attend the events under extraordinary circumstances like Ill health, participation in cultural activities; sports etc. Students who attend the makeup test must take prior permission from the HOD.

The consolidated CIE marks and attendance position of each student in each course must be finalized by the respective faculty members before the last working day and must be entered in the register kept in the office and also in the ERP.

In between the aforementioned events there are other events like counseling session for weak students, seminars, workshops etc. for the benefit of both the students and faculty members. The schedule of the program will be known only after confirming the willingness and availability of the resource person.

A typical Calendar of events of IP department for the odd semester 2018 is exhibited below.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS – Odd Semester 2018-19 for I, III, V, VII, Semesters BE I&P

Date  Event
01-Aug-2018 Commencement of odd semester 2015-16 / Fresher’s Day celebrations
06-Aug-2018 Commencement of Induction Programme for First Semester and Freshers’ Day.
15-Aug-2018  Holiday – Independence Day
22-Aug-2018 Holiday – Bakrid
29-Aug-2018  Holiday – Swamiji Jayanti
15-Sep-2018 Attendance status for first block period (01-Aug-2018 to 12-Sep-2018) to be announced on the department notice board. Copy to be submitted to personal section. Candidates having less than 60% attendance in a subject/s in the first block period will not be allowed to appear for the first test in the respective subject/s – SMS to all stake holders.
17-Sep-2018  Test-1 (Event-I of CIE) – First two subjects of I & P Engineering
18-Sep-2018  Test-1- Next two subjects of I & P Engineering
19-Sep-2018  Test-1 Next two subjects of I & P Engineering
21-Sep-2018 Holiday – Last Day of Moharram
26-Sep-2018  Announcement of marks of Event-I (Test 1) – The CIE is displayed on the notice board – Copy of the same is filed in the office file.
24-Sep-2018 to 29-Sep-2018 Students entered the staff appraisal format available to at the Computer Laboratory of the Department
02-Oct-2018  Holiday – Gandhi Jayanti
08-Oct-2018 Holiday – Mahalaya Amavasye
12-Oct-2018  Consolidated attendance status (01-Aug-2018 to 01-Oct-2018) to be announced on the department notice board. Entries for candidates having less than 75% to be marked in RED. Copy to be submitted to personal section. A copy of the same is filed in the office register
12-Oct-2018  Attendance status for second block period (01-Sep-2018 to 01-Oct-2018) to be announced on the department notice board. Copy to be submitted to personal section. Candidates having less than 60% attendance in a subject(s) in the second block period will not be allowed to appear for the second test in the respective subject(s). A copy of the same is filed in the office register
15-Oct-2018  Test-2 (Event-III of CIE)  First two subjects of I & P Engineering
16-Oct-2018  Test-2 Next two subjects of I & P Engineering
17-Oct-2018  Test-2 Next two subjects of I & P Engineering
18-Oct-2018 Holiday – Ayudha Pooja
19-Oct-2018 Holiday – Vijaya Dashami
24-Oct-2018  Holiday – Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti
25-Oct-2018  Announcement of marks of Event-II & III (Test 2) A copy of the same is filed in the office register
27-Oct-2018  Last date for dropping of courses ** Announced in the notice board A copy of the same is filed in the office register
01-Nov-2018  Holiday – Kannada Rajyothsava
29-Oct-2018 to 03-Nov-2018 Submission of examination application forms – The department receives the list of forms to the Department. The faculty members distribute the forms to the students by taking signatures in a book and ask the students to submit with the photos within the stipulated date. The faculty members will verify the documents after the students have submitted the forms and HOD puts his signatures on the photos of the student and authenticates the application and sends it to the controller of examinations for further processing.   During this period HOD allots setting of Question papers to the faculty members and instructs them to set the question papers intune with the CEO, COs and Pos and they have to indicate the suitable cognitive domains applicable to their subject. A last date for setting the paper is given and BOE meeting is announced. A copy of the BOE members is kept in the office file   The HOD as Chairman conducts BOE meeting on the scheduled date and finalizes the question paper and the sealed question paper manuscripts with the scheme of valuation will be submitted to the controller of examinations.   During this period, the typed question papers will be verified in the controller’s office by the faculty members who have set the papers and controller of examination will proceed with the final printout after incorporating the corrections indicated by the faculty members if any.
05-Nov-2018  Announcement of SEE Time-table The department faculty members along with the HOD verifies the time table and suggests suitable modifications if any and sends the finalized list to the controller of examination Announced in the notice board A copy of the same is filed in the office register
06-Nov-2018 Holiday – Narakachaturdash
08-Nov-2018 Holiday – Balipadyami
15-Nov-2018 Test-3 (Event-V of CIE) two subjects of I & P Engineering
16-Nov-2018 Test-3 Next two subjects of I & P Engineering
17-Nov-2018 Test-3 Next two subjects of I & P Engineering
21-Nov-2018 Holiday – Id Milad
22-Nov-2018 Announcement of marks of Event-IV & V (Test 3) 16-Nov-2018 Last date for withdrawal of courses ** A copy of the same is announced in the notice board of the department and a copy is kept in the office file.
23-Nov-2018 Last date for withdrawal of courses **
26-Nov-2018 Holiday – Kanakadasa Jayanti
23-Nov-2018 to 28-Nov-2018  Makeup tests – Based on this a timetable will be prepared by the department to conduct these tests based on the following reasons 1.      A student could not appear for the test on medical grounds 2.      A student could not come when he is representing the college for sports or other extracurricular activities 3.      The HOD verifies the blue books and also checks the list of candidate’s eligibility and give permission for the faculty members to carry out the test. During this process, HOD affixes signatures in all the blue books and keeps the blue books in the office store of the department for the document purposes.
28-Nov-2018 Last working day
29-Nov-2018 Consolidated CIE & attendance to be made available in the department for to students to verify & indicate changes if any and affix their signature A copy of the CIE and SEE marks will be announced on the notice board and a copy of the same will be kept in the Department office. The students are asked to verify the marks and attendance and affix the signature. A copy of the same is announced in the notice board of the department and a copy is kept in the office file.
30-Nov-2018 Notification of non-eligibility list A copy of the same is announced in the notice board of the department and a copy is kept in the office file.
29-Nov-2018 to 02-Dec-2018  Study period for students A copy of the same is announced in the notice board of the department and a copy is kept in the office file.
01-Dec-2018   Issue of admission tickets by the respective departments
03-Dec-2018 to 18-Dec-2018 Semester end examination (SEE)
04-Dec-2018 to 22-Dec-2018  Evaluation of Semester end examination (SEE) The faculty members will value the scripts and get it reviewed by the reviewer allotted by the chairman.
22–Dec-2018  Announcement of Makeup examination time table
25-Dec-2018  Holiday – Christmas
26-Dec-2018  Declaration of results
01-Jan-2019 to 07-Jan-2019  Makeup examinations; valuation & results
01-Jan-2019  Commencement of even semester 2018-19

** The Total Number of Credits after dropping/withdrawal should not fall below 18. Similarly addition of courses along with the main courses should not exceed 28.

THE CALENDAR OF EVENTS IS SUBJECT TO MODIFICATIONS

Date Event
14-Aug-2018 Subject allotment list to be sent to computer center for faculty appraisal by students.
31-Oct-2018 Last date for conduction of BOE
28-Nov-2018 Last working day
29-Nov-2018 Photocopies of the finalized manuscript of the CIE / attendance shall be announced on the departmental notice boards for two days. Corrections if any from the students’ feedback shall be incorporated in the office copy of the finalized manuscript. The manuscript copy shall be brought to the meeting .
30-Nov-2018 CIE / Attendance finalization meeting.
26-Nov-2018 to 01-Dec-2018 Data entry of CIE / Attendance shall be started during November last week and completed by 01-Dec-2018.
07-Dec-2018 Last date for sending hard copy of finalized CIE / attendance to departments by the computer center / COE office.
10-Dec-2018 Last date to send correction slip to the Principal for needful after cross checking with the corrected photocopies of the manuscript. Any corrections due to error in data entry only shall be incorporated.

Year: 2016-17

  • Savitha M, Associate Professor, successfully defended her Doctoral thesis titled ““A study on the Effect of Particulate Filler on Mechanical and Tribiological Behavior of Polymer Composite by Using Experimental and Simulation Method” under the guidance of Dr. K V Sreenivasa Prasad.

Year: 2017-18

  • Apoorva Joshi of Final year did a collaborated with Scientists Bhattacharya and S. Rayaprol of prestigious BARC, Mumbai and published a research paper titled “Studies On n- and p- type Metal Oxide Compounds For Thermoelectric Device Fabrication”. Research paper is published in bulletin of Material Science, Indian Academy of Sciences.

Year:2018-19

  • D. Arunkumar, Associate Professor, Successfully completed Doctoral thesis titled “The Feasibility Study for the Implementation of Some of the Advanced Manufacturing Tools in Small and Medium Scale Industries (SME and MSME) in and around Mysore” under the guidance of Dr. V. Ramesh
  • D. Karibasavaraja, Asst. Prof. successfully completed Advanced Ph.D. Programme (as a prerequisite to Ph.D. admission) under QIP in NITK Surathkal, Mangaluru from 21.06.2018 to 31.07.2018
  • Manjunatha B under the mentorship of Dr. T.R. Srinivas and Dr.V.Ramesh successfully communicated with BMW, India & under BMW SkillNext initiative, department of I&PE received BMW Twin power Turbo in line 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine & Eight Speed Steptronic automatic Transmission. Engine will be used for academic purpose to teach students about the components and systems of the engine.
  • Sowmya C, successfully completed her JSS S&T University Doctoral Pre-Ph.D. Comprehensive Viva-Voce examination under the guidance of Dr V Ramesh.

Year: 2016- 17

  • Savitha M, Associate Professor, successfully defended her Doctoral thesis titled ““A study on the Effect of Particulate Filler on Mechanical and Tribiological Behavior of Polymer Composite by Using Experimental and Simulation Method” under the guidance of Dr. K V Sreenivasa Prasad.
  • Partnership for Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE) Program Activities and Awards:
  • 10 students and 02 Faculty members participated in PACE Annual Global Forum 2016 held Cincinnati, USA during 26 July – 30 July 2016.
    “Reconfigurable Shared use Mobility System – Phase – II” Guidance was offered by faculty of ME, IP and E&C departments.
  • The concept on Mobile Additive Manufacturing Vehicle bagged best paper award in the technical paper presentation in the manufacturing track and was selected for the journal publication. This paper was presented by Chethana Naik in the forum and authored by Pradeep Singh & Sachin H L under the guidance of Dr. V.Ramesh and Dr. Savitha. M.

 

Year: 2017-18

  • Sundaram Auto Component Ltd. (TVS Ancillary unit) collaborated with the students of I&PE dept. for carrying out real time projects in its Kadkola unit in the area of “Advanced Manufacturing Technology”.

Assistant Professor and Ph.D. Research Scholar Ms. C. Sowmya and the following students of 7th Semester have been selected from the department:

  1. Sandeep Prasad
  2. Vishnu Sharma
  3. Bhagavath Prasad
  4. Akash Kumar S
  5. Suhas M
  6. Amitkumar B
  7. Neha S Bharadwaj
  8. Ajay Balan
  9. Manohar Poojar S
  10. Sourav Patne
  11. Tejas Kalyan
  12. Hemanth Kumar P
  13. Farhan Ahmed
  • Partnership for Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE) Program Activities and Awards
  • 03 students and 02 Faculty members participated in PACE Annual Global Forum 2017 held at Instituto Tecnológico Y De Estudios Superiores De Monterrey Campus, Toluca, México  24th July to 27th July 2017.
  • “Personal Mobility Urban Access (PUMA)” project Guidance was offered by Dr. V. Ramesh, Dr. R. Srinidhi and Prof. V.Basavaraj
  • “Personal Mobility Urban Access (PUMA)” project won

I prize in Consumer Insight category

II prize in Industrial Design category

II prize in their Manufacturing Engineering category
under the guidance of Dr. V.Ramesh, Dr. R. Srinidhi and Prof. V.Basavaraj.

  • Two technical papers were accepted in the conference, which were guided by V.Ramesh, Prof. Arunkumar and Prof. V.Basavaraj.

Achievements of Students:

  • The following students won a scholarship worth Rs. 1 lakh p.a in “Mercedes in MECH program” of Mercedes Benz, Bangalore.
  1. Thanushree H P
  2. Sushmitha Suraj
  3. Anjana S Kumar
  4. Raksha Shesh
  5. Jayashree H R
  6. Himani Porwal
  7. Prerana B P
  8. Abinaya R
  9. Tasmiya Naseem,
  10. Supriya Vaidya
  • Ritesh Jawali of 5th Semester represented SJCE along with students of Mechanical Engineering Department in SAE-Aero Design contest held in Fort Wort, Texas, USA conducted by SAE International during March, 2017.
  • Akash P of 7th Semester represented our institution and won 2nd place in “best physique in Mysore City”
  • Apoorva Joshi of 7th Semester did a project with Scientists Bhattacharya and S. Rayaprol of prestigious BARC, Mumbai and published a research paper titled “Studies On n- and p- type Metal Oxide Compounds For Thermoelectric Device Fabrication”. Research paper is published in bulletin of Material Science, Indian Academy of Sciences.

 

Year: 2018-19

  • Rishi J Research Scholar of SJCE Research Center under the mentorship of Dr. T R Srinivas published an e-book titled “Implementation of lean manufacturing practice in an axle assembly plant” with book’s ISBN (978-613-7-08440-3). Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2018-01-22) LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing is an imprint of: SIA OmniScriptum Publishing Brivibas gatve 197, LV-1039, Riga Latvia, and European Union. The book link is:https://www.lappublishing.com//system/covergenerator/build/171056
  • Manjunatha B under the mentorship of Dr. T.R. Srinivas and Dr. V.Ramesh, successfully communicated with BMW, India & under BMW SkillNext initiative, department of I&PE received BMW Twin power Turbo in line 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine & Eight Speed Steptronic automatic Transmission. Engine will be used for academic purpose to teach students about the components and systems of the engine.
  • D. Arunkumar, Associate Professor, Successfully completed Doctoral thesis titled ““The Feasibility Study for the Implementation of Some of the Advanced Manufacturing Tools in Small and Medium Scale Industries (SME and MSME) in and around Mysore” under the guidance of Dr. V. Ramesh
  • Partnership for Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE) Program Activities and Awards
  • 2018 – a global forum of PACE partners and institutions was held in General Motors Head Quarters in Warren, Detroit, Michigan State, USA from July 22 – 25, 2018
  • Students of SJCE participated in  Personal Urban Mobility Access (PUMA) project in  Team 3 – comprising of Escola Politécnica Da Universidade De São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Instituto Mauá De Tecnologia Rheinmain University of Applied Sciences, Mauva, People’s Education Society University, Bengaluru National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysuru and Michigan Technological University, Michigan, USA
  • Students Bagged the following prizes

I Prize in Manufacturing

I Prize in Siemens PLM Software Usage Excellence Award

II Place in Product Engineering

III Prize Customer Insight for their innovative car concept for elderly people namely “CELOT”.

  • This project was guided by the PACE Integrator of SJCE Dr. V.Ramesh along with the mentors Dr. R.Srinidhi and Prof. V.Basavaraj.
  • D. Karibasavaraja, Asst. Prof. successfully completed Advanced Ph.D. Programme (as a prerequisite to Ph.D. admission) under QIP in NITK Surathkal, Mangaluru from 21.06.2018 to 31.07.2018
  • Skanda M.G, Asst. Professor successfully completed a short term course on “3D Printing” in IIT Bombay from 20.08.2018 to 21.08.2018, under TEQIP-III.
  • Manjunatha B, Asst. Professor successfully completed a short term course on ‘Design thinking and Innovation’ in IIT Bombay from 16.11.2018 to 17.11.2018 under TEQIP III
  • Manjunatha B and Prof. Skanda M G successfully completed the short term courses offered by SWAYAM – NPTEL portal with elite tag.
  1. Prof. Manjunatha – Total Quality Management and Product Design.
  2. Prof. Skanda M G – Work Systems Design.
  • Two Girl students of 3rd Semester are awarded with Mercedes Benz Scholarship for the year 2018-19
  • Sowmya C, successfully completed her JSS S&T University Doctoral Pre-Ph.D. Comprehensive Viva-Voce examination under the guidance of Dr V Ramesh.

 

 

Details of the events conducted  Description
Special Lecture

Faculty Coordinator: Skanda M G

I&P department’s proud alumnus Lt. Sharath gave a talk on career prospects and life in Indian Army. Title of the talk “On becoming Lieutenant: My transitional journey from Corporate to Kargil”.Talk was held on 27.1.2017 in JSS-CMS seminar hall.
Important Programme/ Career Guidance program

Faculty Coordinator: Manjunatha B

An annual fourth edition of departmental career guidance programme “IP-Career, 2017” was held on 20.4.2017 in IS Seminar hall. Program included talk by alumni’s of the department about the future prospects, opportunities in industries and in higher education specific to Industrial/Production/Management domains.
Interaction Session.

Organized by Placement Cell & Dept. of I&PE.

Along with the placement cell of SJCE. I&PE Department conducted an Interaction Session with Mr. Partiban of Automotive Axels and Srinivasn an expert on Quality Management on the topic “5S House Keeping” during August, 2017.
 
Publications for the year 2016-2017 Conferences:
  1. Karibasavaraja D. (2016). Experimental analysis of sodium hypophosphite concentration, pH and temperature with the varying coating bath parameters on impact energy, in 7th international conference on Recent Innovations in Science Engineering and Management held on 16th SEPTEMBER 2016
  2. Skanda M.G., Dr. V. Ramesh, Shruthi M. (2016). Workplace Safety and Human Errors: Analysis of Error Orientation and Error Management Culture in LPG Bottling Plant Published in International conference on Humanizing Work and Work Environment (HWWE-2016) held in NIT-Jalandhar from December 8th to December 11th, 2016
  3. Adarsha H.N, Faisal Hussain, Mohammed Saud.M, Aravinda .M, Sharanapp, Dr.Savitha M. (2017). Innovative Axle Design for Multipurpose Vehicle submitted in International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering Sciences (ICAMES-17) held in PES, Mandya from 21.4.2017 to 22.4.2017
  4. Lingaraju R, Rajesh H S, Siddaraju S, Sri Prasad K S, Suresh Sachin Mourya P S ,Dr. M. Savitha .M. Dinesh Kumar D K. (2017) Intelligent and Integrated Solar Street Lights  submitted in International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering Sciences (ICAMES-17) held in PES, Mandya from 21.4.2017 to 22.4.2017
  5. Rakesh H R, Punithraj K P, Rathankumar M, Sachin Kumar C S, Dr. M. Savitha .M, Dinesh kumar D K. (2017). Electric Power Generation from Hybrid Parabolic Solar Cooker submitted and accepted in International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering Sciences (ICAMES-17) held in PES, Mandya from 21.4.2017 to 22.4.2017
  6. V.Ramesh and Dr. Savitha. M. (2016). Presented the paper titled Mobile additive manufacturing vehicle in the Global PACE forum on 28th July 2016 and bagged best paper award in the technical paper presentation in the manufacturing track. This paper was presented by Chethana Naik in the PACE forum and authored by Pradeep Singh & Sachin H
  1. T.R.Srinivas and Prashanth Pai M. (2017). Optimal Inspection Frequency of a Critical Machine in a Machine Tool Manufacturing Unit , International Convention on Dissemination of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering Technology & Management Applications in association with Society of Professional Engineers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 11th & 12th March 2017.
  2. T.R.Srinivas and Raghavenra M J. (2017). Determination of Flak Wear of a PVD Coated Carbide Tool by Condition Monitoring , International Convention on Dissemination of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering Technology & Management Applications in association with Society of Professional Engineers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 11th & 12th March 2017.
  3. T.R.Srinivas and Rishi J P. (2017). Development of Framework for Lean Manufacturing Implementation in SMEs  , International Convention on Dissemination of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering Technology & Management Applications in association with Society of Professional Engineers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 11th & 12th March 2017.
  4. T.R.Srinivas and Prashanth Pai M. (2017). Total Productive Maintenance – A Performance Enhancement Strategy for Manufacturing Industries, International Convention on Dissemination of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering Technology & Management Applications in association with Society of Professional Engineers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 11th & 12th March 2017.
  5. T.R.Srinivas and Dr. Ramachandra C G. (2017). Vibration Monitoring of Thread Line Mill in a Tyre Manufacturing Industry , International Convention on Dissemination of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering Technology & Management Applications in association with Society of Professional Engineers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 11th & 12th March 2017
Journals
  1. Rishi J P and T.R.Srinivas (2016). Implementation of Lean Strategies in an Automobile Axle Plant, International Journal of Engineering Technology, Management & Applied Sciences (IJETMAS) ISSN: 2349-4476, Volume No.4 Issue No. 8, August-2016 Page No.74-81.
  2. Rishi J P and T.R.Srinivas. (2016).  Keys to Succeed in Implementing Total Preventive Maintenance (TPM) and Lean Strategies , International Journal for Modern Trends in Science & Technology (IJMTST) ISSN: 2455-3778, Volume No.2 Issue No. 7, July-2016 Page No.25-30
  3. Skanda M.G., Dr. V. Ramesh, D. Arun Kumar. (2016). Human error analysis: A case study in a Tyre Tube Polymer Processing Industry , International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJLTET), ISSN: 2278-621X, VOLUME 7 ISSUE 2 – JULY 2016
  4. Karibasavaraja D. (2016). Experimental analysis of sodium hypophosphite concentration,pH and temperature with  the varying coating bath parameters on impact energy , International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering(IJARSE),ISSN:2319-8354,VOLUME 5 ISSUE 9- SEPTEMBER 2016
Publications 2017-18 Conferences:
  1. T.R.Srinivas and Manjunatha B. (2017). Implementation of total productive maintenance (TPM) to increase overall equipment efficiency of an hotel industry , International Conference on Research in Mechanical Engineering Sciences RiMES-2017 organized by Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University during 21st – 23rd December 2017.
  1. T.R.Srinivas and Prashanth Pai M. (2017). Reliability Assessment and Study of Quality Control Tools on Intermixer and Dump Mill of a Tyre Manufacturing Industry , International Conference on Research in Mechanical Engineering Sciences RiMES-2017 organized by Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University during 21st – 23rd December 2017
  2. T.R.Srinivas and Rishi J P. (2017). A Study on Lean Manufacturing Practice Carried Out for Axle Housing Plant , International Conference on Research in Mechanical Engineering Sciences RiMES-2017 organized by Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University during 21st – 23rd December 2017.
  3. Skanda M.G., Dr. V. Ramesh, “Study on Human Error Management Culture in Medium and Small Scale Manufacturing Setups of Mysore city in India”, 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2017) held in Los Angeles. USA from 7.2017 to 21.7.2017.
  4. Skanda M G, Dr V Ramesh. (2017). Industrial accidents and Individual Differences: A Review on Personality Traits and Accident Proneness in Manufacturing Sectors , Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Engineering and Technology 2018, 05th May 2018, Bangalore, India organized by Organization of Science and Innovative Engineering & Technology.
Journals
  1. Sowmya C, Dr V Ramesh, Karibasavaraja D. (2017). An Experimental Investigation of New Hybrid Composite Material using Hemp and Jute Fibres and Its Mechanical Properties through Finite Element Method , Materials Today Proceedings 5 (2018) 13309-13320, published by Elsevier Science Direct.
  2. Raghu S, M, Nanjundaswamy H M, Dr Savitha M, Sreenivasa M. (2017). Synthesis and Characterization of Mechanical properties of Nano TiO2 particulate reinforced Al-MMC International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development – IJMPERD.
   Publications 2018-19 Conferences
  1. T. R Srinivas and Rishi J P. (2018). presented a Paper titled Implementing the Lean Framework in a Small & Medium & Enterprise (SME) – A Case Study In a Printing Press ’’ in International Conference on advances in Manufacturing Materials & Energy Engineering IConMMEE2018) conducted at MITE, Moodbidri Karnataka India, from 2nd & 3rd March 2018.  Paper presented is now published in IOP conference series. It’s an open access Scopus indexed conference proceedings.
  1. Prashanth Pai M, Dr. Ramachandra C G, Dr. Srinivas T R & Rangavendra M J. (2018). Reliability Assessment and Study of Quality Control Tools on Intermixer and Dump Mill of a Tyre Manufacturing Industry, MATEC Web of Conferences 144, 05001 (2018), https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/201814405001.
Journals
  1. T R Srinivas and Manjunatha B. (2018) Reduction of CO2 emission in a Hotel Industry by using Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Tools , AIP  conference Proceedings organized by Mechanical Engineering etime-2018, St Joseph Engineering College, Mangaluru, during 10th – 11th August 2018. (Communicated) Paper will be published in SCOPUS indexed journal.
  2. Skanda M.G. and Dr. V. Ramesh. (2018). Published a paper titled Industrial Accidents and Individual Differences: A Review on Personality Traits and Accident Proneness in Manufacturing Sectors  published in Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical & Control Systems, Vol. 10, 05-Special Issue, 2018
  3. Karibasavaraja D, Sowmya C. & Dr. Ramesh V. (2018). Published in Elsevier Science Direct indexed paper titled An Experimental Investigation of New Hybrid Composite Material using Hemp and Jute.
  4. Fibres and Its Mechanical Properties through Finite Element Method in Material today Proceedings 5(2018) 13309–13320
  5. Raghavendra M J, Dr. Ramachandra C G, T R Srinivas & Prashanth Pai M. (2018). Optimization of Surface Roughness in Turning Operation in Machining of Ti-6al-4v (Titanium Grade -5), IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 376 (2018) 012128 doi:10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012128, IOP Publishing-2018.
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