Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering with Honours

by | Apr 15, 2019

Assessments :

  • In every course, students are assessed by theoretical knowledge and project-based activities which are related to improving intellectual and generic skills. Students are required to demonstrate knowledge and skills, and provide data that directly measure achievement of expected outcomes through mid-semester and final exams, quizzes, assignments, laboratory and projects.
  • At the end of the program, students will be required to demonstrate these skills in the final year project. The project usually comprises of research methodology and experiment, which demands both intellectual and generic skills to be demonstrated and assessed.

Career Prospects :

Manufacturing engineering is involved with almost all kinds of manufacturing and among other things, is responsible to improve and manage various resources (be it employees, raw materials, equipments or manufacturing processes) efficiently in order to achieve the goals of an organisation. Graduates are trained to solve problems, adapt to the environment with multi-engineering disciplines, work professionally in a team and are prepared to learn and grow professionally in his or her career. Manufacturing engineers largely contribute in areas involving design & development of products, automotive, electronics, consultancy, processing plants, research & development, robotics, management and relevant government bodies.

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