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Publisher KHANNA PUBLISHERS All Industrial Engineering books by KHANNA PUBLISHERS
ISBN 9788174092922
Author: Dr. K. C. Jain, Dr. L. N. Agarwal
Number of Pages 1524
Edition Eighth Revised Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Production, Planning Control & Industrial Management by Dr. K. C. Jain, Dr. L. N. Agarwal
Book Summary:

After a long time of thinking and discussions with my collogues I decided a to revise and retitle this book originally titled as “Production Planning Control & Industrial Management”. I have tried to remove redundant and inappropriate topics and incorporate the new chapters which are relevant to the new title i.e. Production Planning Control And Operations Management.

Production Planning Control is only one of the functions of Production and operations management. Till 6th and 7th decade of the last century the production function was of the primary importance due to a large gap between supply and demand. However, operations management in this century has become a most exciting field of study then ever before. Here it is important to site that even Buffa decide to retitle his first book on Production Inventory Systems: Planning and Control, 1968 to “Modern Production/Operations Management” at around 1980. The roots of PM and OM stem from PPC, Industrial Engineering, Operations Research, Strategic Management, Quality Control, and Management Science.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Mechanical Engineering Students.
Table of Content:

1. Production, Planning and Control

2. Production Management

3. Operations Management

4. Forecasting

5. Planning

6. Strategic Planning

7. Planning and Productivity

8. Production Planning

9. Process Planning

10. Production Control

11. Routing

12. Sequencing

13. Loading and Scheduling

14. Scheduling through Allocation Using Operations Research Techniques

15. Scheduling through Charts and Networks

16. Scheduling through Line of Balance

17. Dispatching

18. Follow-up and Progress Reporting

19. Computer in Production, Planning and Control

20. Model Question and Answers


21. Corporate Culture and the Organization

22. Manufacturing Strategies and Selection

23. Facility Location

24. Facility Layout

25. Plant Layout and Flow Patterns of Material

26. Materials Handling and Equipment

27. Product Selection

28. Product Design and Development

29. Manufacturing Process Selection

30. Inventory Management and Control

31. Selective Inventory Control

32. Material Requirement Planning

33. Capacity Requirement Planning

34. Learning Curve

35. Aggregate Production Planning

36. Just in Time Production Management (JIT)

37. Equipment Maintenance and Replacement Management

38. Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP-II)

39. Capital Budgeting

40. Business Process Re-Engineering

41. Standardisation and Make or Buy Decisions

42. Opeartions Research and Decision Making

43. PERT, CPM and Project Management

44. Materials Management

45. Purchasing

46. Stores Management

47. Quality and Its Evaluation

48. Statistical Process Control

49. Total Quality Management

50. Six Sigma Quality Strategy

51. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

52. Automation and Management

53. Surplus, Waste and Disposal Management


54. Productivity

55. Work Study : Historical Background and Definition

56. Method Study

57. Work Measurement

58. Memo and Micro Motion Study

59. Clerical Work Measurement

60. Ergonomics

61. Fatigue, Boredom and Monotomy

62. Plant Housekeeping and Safety

63. Value Engineering


64. Job Evaluation and Merit Rating

65. Wages, Incentive, Plans and Working Conditions

66. Fundamentals of Organisation

67. Organisation and Individual

68. Organisational Analysis

69. Organisational Communication

70. Behavioural Sciences

71. Industrial Psychology

72. Leadership

73. Industrial Conflicts and Their Management



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