April 10, 2017

WHAT SKILLS FRESH GRADUATE ENGINEERS NEED TO BE A MECHANICAL ENGINEER?


It gives me an immense pleasure to bring out this blog intended for the benefit of mechanical engineering students and professionals. The important features of engineers’ portal are:

It is user friendly and provides information in a well structured manner.

It provides comprehensive and critical study of the aforesaid subject.

It contains questions solutions with examples.

December 5, 2016

WHY "INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING"?


Today the importance of Industrial Engineering is known to all. Decades ago the importance of industrial engineering was limited to few. But today, we see vast changes in industrial engineering sector, and with more than years of combined research by experts it has been able to play a major role in industrialization.

A nation’s economy is dramatically improving with the introduction of industrial engineering. Not only large corporations have benefited from this, but the industrial engineers are using their skills and talents for economic problem saving in the country.

May 7, 2016

IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY CONTROL





















Today, our daily lives and schedules totally depend upon the satisfactory performance and operation of products and services – whether of a city electrical distribution and power system net work, transportation system network, communication system, or even the pen with which we write. This no – alternative situation is new for our society where the customer has become more demanding than before. The customers demand for durability and reliability in products/services has increased tremendously in recent years.

May 2, 2016

INDUSTRIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY




















The management should attach higher attachments to training in safety and health, better maintenance of equipment, dangerous machines, safe working conditions and use of personal protective equipment. But unfortunately, the workers do not prefer to use the personal protective equipments and discard it on or the other pretext. The trade unions have also treated the safety and health issues as secondary before wages, monetary incentives and other benefits.