Measurable Objectives of the Programme
Programme Educational Objectives
The educational objectives of PhD (Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering) programme are;
PEO1. To engage the participants in advanced studies and research
PEO2. To developed original and scholarly research to contributes in the specialization fields for the betterment of industry
PEO3. To form the linkage between the hands-on research with the academia
PEO4. To attain and maintain the current and latest research in delivering the academic knowledge and discussion to the society1.2.1. Programme Learning Outcomes
Programme Learning Outcomes
The PhD programme of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering prepares students to attain the educational objectives by ensuring that students demonstrate achievement of the following student outcomes.
PLO1. Advanced Knowledge - A in-depth understanding of a substantial body of knowledge that is at the forefront of professional practice. Scholars in the field of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering to acquire positions at top-tier research institutions.
PLO2. Research: The ability to conceptualize, design, and implement research for the generation of new knowledge, applications, adjustment of research methodologies in the light of unforeseen problems; the ability to make acceptable judgments on complex issues in specialized fields; and the ability to produce original research to merit publication.
PLO3. Application of Knowledge: The aptitude to undertake basic and/or applied research at an advanced level; and contribute to the development of academic or professional skills, techniques, tools, practices, ideas, theories, approaches, and/or materials.
PLO4. Methods: An understanding of methods of enquiry or creative activity, or both, in their primary area of study that enables the student to evaluate different approaches for problem solving using well established techniques; devise and sustain arguments; and comment upon aspects of current research.
PLO5. Professionalism: The qualities and transferable skills necessary for employment requiring the exercise of personal responsibility and largely autonomous initiative in complex situations; the ethical behavior consistent with academic integrity and the use of appropriate guidelines for responsible conduct of research by applying knowledge to particular contexts.