B.Tech Production Engineering is an undergraduate 4-year course which introduces students to the fundamentals of production and operations management.
Top Institutes offering this course are:
- IIT, Kharagpur
- IIT Madras, Chennai
- The Neotia College, Kolkata
- Chandigarh University
- BITS, Hyderabad
The average tuition fee for B.Tech. Production Engineering in government aided college ranges from INR 50,000 to 1,00,000 for four years. For private institutions, the fee may be in the range of INR 2 to 6 Lacs
B.Tech Production Engineering enables the engineers to improve efficiency and effectiveness of manufacturing and service sector industries. The basic eligibility for admission to the course is a 10+2 with science subjects including physics, chemistry, and mathematics. The admission in most of the colleges is done through any of the various entrance tests conducted at national and state level.
Once the course is over, a B.Tech Production Engineering graduate can seek various Career Options and Jobs in various public and private sector organizations. Some of the job designations which are ideal for a B.tech production engineering graduate are a Production engineer, quality engineers, operations analyst etc. The initial salary in these positions varies from 15,000 INR to 30,000 INR per month.
What is B.Tech Production Engineering about?
Production engineering is a combination of manufacturing technology with management science, whereas a production engineer deals with engineering practices and management challenges related to production. Production engineering has wide application in casting, joining processes, metal cutting and tool design, metrology, machine tools, machining systems, operation research, quality control, mechatronics.
In short, production engineering deals with the integrated design and efficient planning of the entire manufacturing system.
CheckB.Tech Production Engineering Syllabus
Who should opt for B.Tech Production Engineering?
Production engineers possess a wide set of skills, competence and attitudes based on market and scientific knowledge. These abilities are fundamental for the performance of coordinating and integrating professionals of multidisciplinary teams. Students with all these qualities should opt for the course as for enhancing their abilities.
Top Colleges for Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Production Engineering)
- Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Production Engineering) in Maharashtra
- BE/B.Tech in Delhi-NCR
- BE/B.Tech in Maharashtra
- BE/B.Tech in Chennai
- BE/B.Tech in Uttar Pradesh
- BE/B.Tech in Telangana
The course is of four years duration, with two semesters in each year, making it a total of 8 semesters. For distance programs the duration is 4 years.
Academic Options after B.Tech Production Engineering
After B.tech production engineering, a student can opt from many Post-graduate courses available in Many engineering colleges in India such as :
- M.Tech Production Engineering
- M.Sc. Production Engineering
- M.Tech Production Management
- M.Tech Production Technology
- M.Tech production and Industrial engineering
- M.Tech Product design and Manufacturing
Where to study B.tech Production Engineering?
B.tech Production engineering is available at many Engineering Colleges in India. Some of the top institutes are listed below:
Name of Institute
Indian Institute of Technology
Bharati Vidyapeeth University
National Institute of Technology
Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute
College of Engineering
Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology
Al-Azhar College of Engineering and Technology
Abhinav Institute of Technology and Management
Bhilai Institute of Technology
Cochin University of Science and Technology
How to Get Admission in Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Production Engineering)
Admission to B.Tech Production engineering to a majority of colleges in India is Entrance test based. However, a few universities or institutes also offer direct admission on the basis of merit in qualifying exam.
Colleges which follow merit-based admission process, generally release a cut off percentage for admission to the program. The admission forms are available in the month of May/June after the results for 10+2 are declared. Students who fulfill the cut-off criteria are then granted admission in the respective colleges.
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The entrance test is of 2-3 hours duration and contains objective type questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English. Students are assessed on the basis of their performance in the entrance test and marks scored in 10+2 examination. Some of the entrance examinations are listed below:
- JEE Main- NITs, IIITs and most of the government funded technical institutes accept JEE Main Score
- JEE Advanced- IITs accept only JEE advanced score. JEE Advanced can be taken after appearing and passing JEE Main.
- EAMCET- Conducted for colleges in Andhra Pradesh.
Certain universities like Manipal University allow students who have passed 3 years diploma in engineering granted by the board of technical examination od a state government or passed B.Sc degree from a recognized University to get admitted directly to second year of B.tech Production Engineering. However, there is a condition applied that students must have scored atleast 45% marks and passes 10+2 with mathematics as a subject.