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M.Tech (Prod. Engg.)Full Time
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 Course Type :





2 years (4 semester)


Mechanical Department




I K Gujral Punjab Technical University


AICTE, New Delhi

About the Program 

M Tech (Production Technology) course imparts theoretical and practical knowledge on theory of plastic deformation, quantitative techniques in production management, computer aided design & computer integrated manufacturing, and related topics. It is a two-year, post graduate degree level course. In order to pursue the course, one has to qualify GATE. A rewarding career waits for deserving candidates after completion of M Tech (Production Technology) course.

Career Prospectus

Graduate engineers find various employment opportunities in production firms both in private and government sectors. Industrial and manufacturing engineers are in great need in manufacturing industries for the smooth execution of their instrumental manufacturing industries and industrial automation units. Engineers with higher degrees and experience can work in top levels in the industrial/management field with attractive remuneration and incentives.

Industrial and production engineers can seek employment in various fields such as armed forces, railways and other government departments as well as in most PSUs. Most of the jobs in this field are supervisory or managerial where critical decision making skills are tested time and again for the smooth performance of the industry. Professionals in this career can also opt for teaching jobs in universities and colleges.  

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