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Production Engineering: Best Engineering Course after 12th

 Production engineering is related to the application part of mechanical engineering. Once the product is designed by a mechanical engineer, it is sent to the production line. This is where the role of a production engineer comes into play. There are enormous opportunities for such engineers as they closely work with the product that is being manufactured. The challenges on the production line can be minimised with the expertise of these engineers. 


If you are looking at a career in production engineering, then you must read the following frequently asked questions about production engineering. 


What is production engineering? 


Production engineering, also known as manufacturing engineering is the science of design, development, implementation, operation, maintenance, and control of all processes in the manufacturing of a product. A production engineer creates safe and efficient production processes. 

What does a production engineer do?

Production engineering is all about the products and their processes. Behind each product is a complex production line. A production engineer decides how a product, be it a newspaper, a water bottle or an iPod, is going to be made, what machines are going to make it and how it can be made as efficient and as safe as possible. As long as there is a process and a production line, the production engineer has to be there. 

Dreaming up a design and sending it throughout the land to various shops is one thing, but actually producing something is the tricky bit that falls on the desk of the production engineer.


Eligibility criteria for B. E. Production Engineering


The eligibility criteria for B.E. Production Engineering course is as follows: 

The students should have passed their 10+2 examination with an aggregate of 60% marks and above or equivalent CGPA in the stream of Science.

Applicants are also required to clear the various entrance examinations held at state and national levels such as AIEEE, MH-CET, etc. Some institutions may hold their own entrance examinations for furthering the admission process.



What is the syllabus for Production Engineering?


The syllabus for the Production Engineering course gives a deeper insight into the sector of production, designing and methods of resolving shortcomings with the ultimate motto of providing customers with satisfactory service in a cost-effective manner.

The students are introduced to concepts and skills in the creation of integrated designs for solving the shortcomings on the production front.



Jobs for Production Engineers 


After successful completion of the program, the graduates can look for lucrative job scopes in various sectors including IT firms, MNCs, Production Engineering departments which allows them to showcase their intelligence and skills. The average salary for graduates in Production engineering falls between INR 4 to 18 LPA based on qualifications and experience

It also depends on the type of production that an individual wants to do. A graduate can work in the oil or gas energy companies and help them to improve their processes and make things more cost-effective. One can choose to work with the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company and advise them on how a piece of machinery can package three more apples in that box or save Rs. 100 a shipment.

The job of a production engineer is to basically answer the question: “how can this be produced in a better way?” 


Before opting for any degree course, make sure you do detailed research about the field of engineering that you are interested in! Hope you make the best choice and build a strong career.


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