- B.Sc IEM
Industrial Engineering is concerned with the plan, design, development & improvement of integrated system made up of men, methods & machines. Institute of Industrial Engineers (IE) describes that Industrial Engineers figure out how to do things better. They engineer processes and systems that improve quality and productivity. They work to eliminate waste of time, money, materials, energy, and other commodities. Many people are misled by the term "Industrial Engineer". The industrial does not mean just manufacturing. It encompasses service industries as well. It has long been known that industrial engineers have the technical training to make improvements in a manufacturing setting. Now it is becoming increasingly recognized that these same techniques can be used to evaluate and improve productivity and quality in service industries. The graduates of the B.Sc. Industrial Engineering and Management program of IQTM, University of the Punjab, Lahore are expected to be characterized by the following qualities after their graduation.
- PEO 1 : Able to utilize their knowledge and skills to solve the challenging problems in industry and academia.
- PEO 2 : Able to enhance their professional and personal development through learning modern engineering techniques and their application in practice.
- PEO 3 : Capable of contributing positively in the society through strong ethical values, communication skills and leadership.
- PLO 1 : Engineering Knowledge – An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
- PLO 2 : Problem Analysis – An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences
- PLO 3 : Design / Development of Solutions – An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
- PLO 4 : Investigation – An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.
- PLO 5 : Modern Tool Usage – An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
- PLO 6 : The Engineer and Society – An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.
- PLO 7 : Environment and Sustainability – An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
- PLO 8 : Ethics – Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
- PLO 9 : Individual and Teamwork – An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.
- PLO 10 : Communication – An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, 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.
- PLO 11 : Project Management – An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.
- PLO 12 : Lifelong Learning – An ability to recognize importance of and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.
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|#||Course Code||Course Title||Course Type||Semester||Credit Hours||Details|
|1||HS-111 T||Functional English I||Theory||1||2||Details|
|2||HS-112 T||Pakistan & Islamic Studies/Ethics||Theory||1||3||Details|
|3||IE-113 T||Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering||Theory||1||3||Details|
|5||CS-115 T||Fundamentals of Computing||Theory||1||2||Details|
|6||CS-115 L||Fundamentals of Computing||Lab||1||1||Details|
|7||IE-116 L||Workshop Practice||Lab||1||2||Details|
|8||HS-121 T||Functional English II||Theory||2||2||Details|
|9||IE-122 T||Engineering Drawing||Theory||2||2||Details|
|10||IE-122 L||Engineering Drawing||Lab||2||1||Details|
|11||GS-123 T||Industrial Chemistry||Theory||2||2||Details|
|12||GS-123 L||Industrial Chemistry||Lab||2||1||Details|
|13||IE-124 T||Basic Manufacturing Processes||Theory||2||3||Details|
|14||IE-124 L||Basic Manufacturing Processes||Lab||2||1||Details|
|15||EE-125 T||Electrical Technology||Theory||2||2||Details|
|16||EE-125 L||Electrical Technology||Lab||2||1||Details|
|17||GS-126 T||Applied Linear Algebra||Theory||2||3||Details|
|18||GS-211 T||Differential Equations||Theory||3||3||Details|
|19||HS-212 T||Technical Writing & Presentation Skills||Theory||3||2||Details|
|20||IE-213 T||Materials Engineering||Theory||3||3||Details|
|21||IE-213 L||Materials Engineering||Lab||3||1||Details|
|22||ME-214 T||Engineering Mechanics||Theory||3||3||Details|
|23||ME-214 L||Engineering Mechanics||Lab||3||1||Details|
|24||IE-215 T||Engineering Economics||Theory||3||3||Details|
|25||CS-216 T||Management Information Systems||Theory||3||2||Details|
|26||ME-221 T||Mechanics of Materials||Theory||4||3||Details|
|27||ME-221 L||Mechanics of Materials||Lab||4||1||Details|
|28||ME-222 T||Theory of Machines||Theory||4||2||Details|
|29||ME-222 L||Theory of Machines||Lab||4||1||Details|
|30||IE-223 T||Machining Processes||Theory||4||3||Details|
|31||IE-223 L||Machining Processes||Lab||4||1||Details|
|32||IE-224 T||Operation Management||Theory||4||3||Details|
|33||GS-225 T||Probability & Statistics||Theory||4||3||Details|
|34||IE-226 T||Basic Thermodynamics||Theory||4||2||Details|
|35||IE-226 L||Basic Thermodynamics||Lab||4||1||Details|
|36||IE-311 T||Quality Management Systems||Theory||5||3||Details|
|37||IE-312 T||Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing||Theory||5||3||Details|
|38||IE-312 T||Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing||Theory||5||1||Details|
|39||IE-313 T||Work Study & Methods Engineering||Theory||5||2||Details|
|40||IE-313 L||Work Study & Methods Engineering||Lab||5||1||Details|
|41||IE-314 T||Production Planning & Control||Theory||5||3||Details|
|42||IE-315 T||Human Resource Management||Theory||5||2||Details|
|43||IE-316 T||Operations Research 1||Theory||5||3||Details|
|44||E-316 L||Operations Research 1||Lab||5||1||Details|
|45||E-321 T||Operations Research 2||Theory||6||2||Details|
|46||IE-321 L||Operations Research 2||Lab||6||1||Details|
|47||IE-322 T||Human Factor Engineering||Theory||6||2||Details|
|48||IE-322 L||Human Factor Engineering||Lab||6||1||Details|
|49||IE-323 T||Health Safety & Environmental Engineering||Theory||6||2||Details|
|50||IE-324 T||Design of Experiments||Theory||6||2||Details|
|51||IE-325 T||Total Quality Management||Theory||6||3||Details|
|52||IE-326 T||Metrology & Control Engineering||Theory||6||2||Details|
|53||IE-326 L||Metrology & Control Engineering||Lab||6||1||Details|
|54||CS-411 T||Computer Simulations and Modeling||Theory||7||2||Details|
|55||CS-411 L||Computer Simulations and Modeling||Lab||7||1||Details|
|56||IE-412 T||Computer Integrated Manufacturing||Theory||7||3||Details|
|57||IE-413 T||Tool and Die design||Theory||7||2||Details|
|58||IE-413 L||Tool and Die design||Lab||7||1||Details|
|59||GS-414 T||Accountancy & Financial Management||Theory||7||3||Details|
|60||IE-415 L||Project Phase 1||Lab||7||3||Details|
|61||IE-421 T||Automation & Robotics||Theory||8||2||Details|
|62||IE-421 L||Automation & Robotics||Lab||8||1||Details|
|63||IE-422 T||Supply Chain Modeling||Theory||8||3||Details|
|64||IE-423 T||Maintenance Engineering & Management||Theory||8||2||Details|
|65||IE-424 T||Management of Engineering Projects||Theory||8||2||Details|
|66||IE-424 L||Management of Engineering Projects||Lab||8||1||Details|
|67||IE-425 L||Project Phase 2||Lab||8||3||Details|
|68||HUM-101 T||Islamic Studies / Ethics||Theory||1||3||Details|
|69||IEM-711 T||Project Management||Theory||2||2||Details|