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Khare Sushant (Integral University, India), Bajpai Shrish (Integral University, India), Bharati P.K. (Integral University, India)
Production Engineering Education in India
Management and Production Engineering Review, 2015, vol. 6, nr 1, s. 21-25, wykr., bibliogr. 14 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Edukacja, System edukacji, Kształcenie inżynierów, Produkcja
Education, Educational system, Education of engineers, Production
Present paper deals with the field of Production Engineering specifically its standard of education in India. This discipline of engineering focuses on the capability of an engineer not just as a technician but also as a manager. As a result industry is also favoring the development of this field. This paper reviews the educational structure followed in India for engineering education. It aims to give a clear idea of standard of this discipline's courses being run in India at different levels of engineering, considering both centrally funded and private institutions. It also covers the necessary simulation tools used to train the students during these courses and inspects over available web-resources related to the subject. In the epilogue it discusses the future prospects for this field's development as a discipline and concludes with a brief comparison of India's status from other regions of world. In the end we have made some suggestions to decision-makers based on our findings to improve the existing model. (original abstract)
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