The Candidates should have passed with minimum 50% marks (45% in the case of SC/ ST category) in aggregate in B.Tech/ B.E. in Mechanical Engg./ Production Engg./ Automobile Engg./ Industrial Engg. & Management/ Aeronautics Engg./ Mechatronics/ Mining Engg./ Product Design/ Product Design & Development/ Metallurgy Engg. or its equivalent examination from any recognized University.
Manufacturing Systems are mechanical, electrical or computer-driven systems which replace manual activities in order to improve the overall manufacturing process. When it comes to designing and installing these systems, the emphasis is on maximising production with optimal efficiency and quality – without a significant increase in costs. Manufacturing systems engineers’ responsibilities stretch across the total production cycle, from design and development to marketing and business development. Planning, budgeting and resource allocation are also part of the role. The Manufacturing Systems Engineering is a multi-disciplinary program which involves faculty from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering as well as the College of Business and Economics exposing MFS students to a broad range of topics from engineering and business relevant to manufacturing. Students in the MFS program can tailor the selection of technical electives to particular areas of interest including lean manufacturing and sustainable manufacturing.Students have many opportunities to participate in numerous industry projects with local manufacturing companies to gain first-hand experience in the application of concepts learned in class. Faculty engaged in the MFS program are world-renowned for their expertise in many areas including: machining, brazing, welding, sustainable manufacturing, lean manufacturing, sustainable supply chains. Students will have the opportunity to interact with these experts and engage in cutting-edge research.