Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) are specific goals describing expected achievements of graduates in their career and professional life after graduation.

PEO1To produce machining technologist that perform related work including machinist, designer, manufacturer, maintenance, facility manager and production manager
PEO2To produce technopreneurs in machining related technology.
PEO3To produce relevant, respected and referred professionals in machining technology.

Upon completion of this program, the graduate should be able to:

 PLO1Apply knowledge of technology fundamentals to broadly-defined procedures processes, systems and methodologies in industrial machining.
 PLO2Able to suggest and apply latest tools and techniques to solve broadly-defined problems.
 PLO3Demonstrate strong analytical and critical thinking skills to solve broadly-defined problems in industrial machining.
 PLO4Able to communicate and articulate effectively in both verbal and written among technologist communities and society at large.
 PLO5Demonstrate understanding of the societal related issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to broadly-defined technology practices.
 PLO6Recognize the needs for professional development and to engage independent lifelong learning in specialist technologists.
 PLO7Demonstrate an awareness of management and technopreneurship practices in real perspective.
 PLO8Demonstrate professionalism and social and ethical consideration.
 PLO9Demonstrate leadership quality, mentoring and work effectively in diverse teams.

Career Prospect

Upon the completion of Bachelor Technology in Industrial Machining graduates have vast career opportunities. In the industries, graduates are highly marketable and hold a wide range of positions, especially in private companies. The target of this course is to produce machining technologists who perform related work including machinist, designer, manufacturer, maintenance, facility manager, production manager, and technopreneurs.

Curriculum Structure

First Year – First Semester

BMMI 1013Product Drafting and SpecificationK3
BMMI 1023Standard Product PrecisionK3
BMMI 1033Workpiece and Cutting Tool PropertiesK3
BMMI 1043Jig and FixtureK3
BLLW 1142English for Academic PurposeW2
BLLW 1222Third LanguageW2

First Year – Second Semester

BTMW 1112Basic TechnopreneurW2
BMMI 1054Tool Setup and RefurbishmentK4
BMMI 1063Sustainable MachiningK3
BMMI 1073Condition Monitoring in MachiningK3
BMMI 1083Assesment of MachinabilityK3
**BLLW 2152Academic writingW2

Second Year – First Semester

BMMI 2094Precision and Finishing in CNC TechnologyK4
BMMI 2103Precision and Finishing in EDM and Grinding TechnologyK3
BMMI 2114Prismatic CADCAM ProductK4
**BLLW3162English for Professional InteractionW2

Second Year – Second Semester

BTMW 2124Capstone Technopreneurship 1P4
BMMI 2123Multi Axis MachiningK3
BMMI 2134Complex CADCAM ProductK4
BMMI 2143Heat Treatment of Machined ComponentK3
BMMI 3154Assembly MethodK4

Third Year – First Semester

BTMW 3134Capstone Technopreneurship 2P4
BMMI 3214Rework and Rehabilitation of Machined ComponentK4
BMMI 3224Surface Aesthetics of Machined ComponentK4
*BMMI 3XX4ElectiveE4

Third Year – Second Semester

BMMU 3134Final Year Project 1K4
BMMI 3234Machine MaintenanceK4
BMMI 3244Project Management and SupervisionK4
BMMI 3254Acts and Risks Assessment in Machining ProductionK4

Fouth Year – First Semester

**BMMU 3186Final Year Project 2K6

Fouth Year – Second Semester

BMMU 4212Industrial TrainingK12

** Pre-requisite COURSE
W University Compulsory
P Faculty Core
K Programme Core
E Elective

 *        For Elective, students may choose any ONE (1) COURSE from the list below:

1BMMI 3164Tool and Die Making
2BMMI 3174Rapid Machining
3BMMI 3184Aerospace Machining
4BMMI 3194Human Factor Technology
5BMMI 3204Production Planning in Machining