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Technician/ Diploma Membership Examination - DIPIIE-DMIIE-DIPIIE
(Equivalent to 3 Year Polytechnic Diploama)



About

Industrial engineering is the branch of engineering that involves figuring out how to make or do things better. Industrial engineers are concerned with reducing production costs, increasing efficiency, improving the quality of products and services, ensuring worker health and safety, protecting the environment and complying with government regulations. 

They "work to eliminate waste of time, money, materials, energy and other commodities," according to the Institute of Industrial Engineers. For example, industrial engineers may work to streamline an operating room, shorten a roller-coaster line, make assembly lines safer and more efficient, and speed up the delivery of goods.


Career

Industrial engineers can expect job growth of about 1% from 2014-2024, slower than the average rate of growth expected of all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The BLS published in May 2015 that the median annual salary among industrial engineers was $83,470; engineers working in Alaska, California, and Wyoming earned more money than their counterparts in other states.

Job Prospects

Industrial engineers are involved in all stages of production and processing. They may design new facilities from the ground up, or they may be responsible for upgrading, expanding or reconfiguring existing facilities. They may be required to design new equipment or write specifications for equipment purchased from outside vendors and ensure that it meets those requirements. They may also need to repurpose existing facilities and equipment, design new processes, and design new tools and fixtures. 

In order to maintain these standards, industrial engineers must have a basic working knowledge of many areas of engineering and also be familiar with work processes, equipment, tools and materials in order to design facilities, systems and equipment that meet requirements for cost, quality, safety and environmental protection. 

More and more, industrial engineers rely on computer-aided design (CAD) systems to design facilities and equipment. They also use computer modeling to simulate process flows and supply chains in order to maximize efficiency and minimize costs. A comprehensive list of necessary skills and abilities for industrial engineers can be found at My Majors.com


Remuneration

Most industrial engineer jobs require at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Many employers, particularly those that offer engineering consulting services, also require certification as a professional engineer (PE). A master's degree is often required for promotion to management, and ongoing education and training are needed to keep up with advances in technology, materials, computer hardware and software, and government regulations. Additionally, many industrial engineers belong to the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE). 

According to Salary.com, as of October 2014, the salary range for a newly graduated industrial engineer with a bachelor's degree is $49,636 to $70,852. The range for a midlevel engineer with a master's degree and five to 10 years of experience is $69,849  to $106,304, and the range for a senior engineer with a master's or doctorate and more than 15 years of experience is $89,587 to $131,045. Many experienced engineers with advanced degrees are promoted to management positions or start their own businesses, where they can earn even more.


Course Structure

Part-I
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
1.1 10001ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Download
1.2 10002APPLIED PHYSICS Download
1.3 10003APPLIED CHEMISTRY Download
1.4 10004COMMUNICATION SKILL Download
1.5 10005ENGINEERING DRAWING Download
1.6 10006COMPUTER FUNDAMENTAL Download
1.7 10007TIME MANAGEMENT Download
1.8 10008MANUFACTURING PROCESS Download
1.9 10009ENGINEERING MECHANICS Download

Part-II
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
2.1 30251STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Download
2.2 30252FLUID MECHANICS Download
2.3 30253MATERIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Download
2.4 30254WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY Download
2.5 30255ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Download
2.6 30256METROLOGY Download
2.7 30257TECHNICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING Download
2.8 30263THEORY OF MACHINES Download
2.9 30264THEORY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Download
2.10 30265FLUID POWER & TRIBLOGY Download
2.11 30266INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY & MANAGEMENT Download
2.12 30267AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Download
2.13 30268MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY Download
2.14 30269INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE Download
2.15 30270CNC MACHINE Download
2.16 30271REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING Download
2.17 30272POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Download
2.18 30273THERMAL ENGINEERING Download

Project Work

Candidates are required to submit a Referee / Project Report to complete the requirement of the Technician Membership Examination(TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE).

A candidate of Technician Membership Examination(TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE) can take up submission of his report only after he has obtained a pass in Part-I of TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examination and only after he/she has appeared and obtained 40% marks in at least 5 subjects of Part-I of TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examination.

Project Report / Referee Report

Each candidate appearing for Technician Membership Examination under the scheme of examination as approved by Govt. of India, is required to submit the Project Report in bound volumes.

Project Report detailed requirements and Project Report applications form is given in Institution website .The Project Report Application should be submitted with a fee.

Final pass Certificate will be issued only after Project Report is approved. Candidate is also required to pay certification fee and submit experience certificate for minimum period of 3½ years on employer’s letterhead.



Model Format for submission of Refree/ project report for TMIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examinations .

Note: Academic Member needs to undertake Six months practical training from A.I.C.T.E or applicable Polytechnic/College.