Industrial Manufacturing and Management program prepares technical specialists for management positions in the industry. The curriculum emphasizes practical approaches to managing operations, personnel, and resources in industrial settings, as well as how various technologies and systems can be used to achieve operational efficiencies. It creates value and performance for organizations in today’s global business environment by bridging the gap between technology and business.

“To be recognized globally as a dynamic contributor to the advancement and dissemination of advanced knowledge in the diverse fields of Industrial Manufacturing and Management through innovative teaching and a conducive atmosphere that encourages individual growth.”

“To provide high-quality education in Industrial Manufacturing and Management that prepares professionals who can perform jobs at the highest quality level and who are competitive worldwide.”

• To impart fundamental knowledge of industrial manufacturing and management, as well as supporting sciences such as chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science, management, and communication.
• To develop students’ abilities in critical thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork.
• To prepare students to improve resource planning and utilization and to assist organizations in making optimal decisions.
• To prepare students to identify, evaluate, regulate, and design critical processes in organizations.

This program will enable the graduates to acquire skills, knowledge and hands-on experience with a sound management base. It will improve their technical and managerial capabilities and expand their career opportunities for management positions. The key components of this degree program include, Industrial Manufacturing & Management Concepts, Production & Operations Management, Manufacturing Supervision, Maintenance Management, Product Development, Engineering Drawing, Environmental Sciences, Strategic Supply Chain Management, Plant Layout Design & Material Management, Industrial Chemistry & Introduction to MIS, Human Resource Management and Condition monitoring

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
COMP-101 Computer Concepts 3
ENGL-101 English Language Basics 3
CHEM-101 Industrial Chemistry 4
MATH-101 Mathematics I 3
IMMT-101 Introduction to Industrial Mangt & Manf. 3

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PHYS-103 Physics I 4
COMP-102 Computer Applications 3
ENGL-102 English Composition 3
MATH-106 Differential Equations 3
IMMT-102 Engineering Drawing 3
RELG-100/200 Religion 2

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PKST-100/200 Pakistan Studies 2
ECON-201 Business Economics 3
ENGL-201 Oral Communication 2
MGMT-201 Principles of Management 3
PHYS-203 Physics II 4
MTSC-201 Industrial Polymers 4

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MATH-202 Business Maths & Statistics 3
IMMT-202 Total Quality Managment (TQM) 3
MGMT-202 Fundamentals of Supply Chain 2
MGMT-250 Business Communication 3
COMP-203 Introduction to ERP 3

Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
STAT-306 Statistical Inference 3
MGMT-303 Product Management 3
OHSA-302 Ergonomics 3
IMMT-302 Innovation & Technology 3
MGMT-390 Production & Operations Management 3
COMP-305 CAD/CAM Application 3

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGMT-301 Research Methodology 3
MGMT-302 Organizational Behaviour 3
IMMT-309 Product Development 3
IMMT-303 Maintenance Management 3
IMMT-304 Materials Management 3
ENVT-303 Environmental Science 3

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGMT-411 Strategic Supply Chain Management 3
MGMT-407 Human Resource Management 3
IMMT-402 Condition Monitoring 3
IMMT-428 Research Project 3

Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
IMMT-403 Plant layout and Design / Facility Planning 3
IMMT-404 Manufacturing Engineering 3
IMMT-428 Research Project 3
Elective-I 3
Elective-II 3

Elective Courses of 8th Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
IMMT-405 Operations Research 3
COMP-406 Data Mining and Analysis 3
IMMT-407 Stochastic Control 3
IMMT-402 Condition Monitoring 3
IMMT-409 Entrepreneurship 3

The candidate must at least have 50% in either of the following:
• Intermediate (Pre-Engineering) with no failed subjects.
• GCE ‘A’ Levels in three major subjects (Math, Chemistry, Physics) that must be equivalent to a minimum grade of C (50%) in intermediate qualifications. * Equivalency certificate from IBCC must be submitted.
Note: Any other Equivalent qualification (to be evaluated by the Admission Committee)

Merit Criteria: Intermediate/GCE A Level (20%) + Entry Test Marks (50%) + Interview (30%)

Note: Applications that are entertained on an Intermediate Part-I basis must meet the basic eligibility criteria of the relevant degree program on the announcement of the Intermediate Part-II result, failing which admission will be automatically canceled.
Test: Entry Test Required