Production and Industrial Engineering

Salient Features of the Course

1. Programme Title

Diploma course in Production and Industrial Engineering.

2. Entry Qualification

Matriculation and as per norms laid down by AICTE/State Board of Technical Education (10+)                  

3. Course Duration 

3 years

4. Pattern of Course   

Semester system  (Each semester is of 16 weeks and each week has 40 hours of contact for academic work)

5. Type of Course       

Full time



The diploma holder in production and industrial engineering will be able to:

1. Prepare, read and interpret drawings.

2. Plan and control production processes at the shop floor level in manufacturing industries.

3. Carry out fault location, diagnosis and take corrective action.

4. Guide the workers as regards proper selection and correct use of tools, machines and working methods.

5. Improve existing methods or develop new methods of work leading to better quality and productivity and ensure its implementation.

6. Select, procure, test and inspect materials.

7. Inspect and control the quality of the product.

8. Select, train and manage the workers.

Main Subjects :Three Year Diploma Curricula

Engineering Sciences

-      Engineering Drawing

-      Applied Mechanics

-      Material Science

-      Strength of Materials

-      Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

-      Thermodynamics I

-      Hydraulics and Pneumatics


Production and Industrial Engineering

-      Mechanical Engineering Drawing

-      Workshop Technology

-      Production Planning and Control

-      Industrial Engineering

-      Automobile Engineering

-      Press Tools and Gauge Design

-      Computer Aided Drafting

-      Inspection and Quality Control

-      CNC Machines and Automation

-      Cutting Tools, Jigs and Fixtures

Workshop Practice

Further Education

Students can get admission in IInd year Bachelor of Engg. based on merit of Diploma or through entrance exam for further education.

Employment Opportunities 

A diploma holder in Production and Industrial Engineering has following employment avenues:-

1.  As Engineer/Foreman/Supervisor in the following departments in a manufacturing concern:

  a)  Production shop including tool room section.  

  b)  Quality Control Section.  

  c)  Planning department.

  d)  Maintenance department

  e)  Fabrication/welding shop/ Foundry section.

  f)   Ancillary development section.

  g)   Materials/stores/purchase section.

  h)   Assembly Section.

  i)    R & D Section.

  j)    Marketing and sales

2.   As Junior Engineer/Supervisor in various Government departments, such as Directorate of Industries, Directorate of Exports, Testing laboratories.

3. Self Employment.