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IE 341:WORK STUDY (4:3,2) II SEMESTER: 2005 -’6 (SEP-DEC) CATALOGUE Basics of systematic study of work systems. Motion Study (Fundamental Hand DESCRIPTION Motions, Motion economy and analysis, Activity charts, Micro- motion and Memo motion studies, Automated operations ,standardization,) Time Study (Concepts, equipment, required observations, performance rating, allowances, Standardization), CAT, predetermined time system, planning and scheduling work, Labor cost and wage incentive plans. PREREQUISITE IE 331: Probability and Engineering Statistics. TEXT BOOK Kanawati, G, (Ed), 1992, Introduction to Work Study, International Labor Office: Geneva. [In addition: CLASS-NOTES/HAND-OUTS provided by the Instructor] REFERENCE 1 . Barnes, RM, Motion and Time Study: Design & Measurement of Work, BOOKS John Wiley & Sons Inc: New York. 2. Mundel, M E, 1989, Motion and Time Study: Principles and Practice, New Jersey: Prentice Hall. 3. Niebel, B W, 1972, Motion and Time Study, Illinois: Richard Irwin WEB PAGE Group name: ws-kaau-4: Group home page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ws-kaau-4 Group email: [email protected] GOALS Present course has been designed to cater to one of the core needs of the students of Industrial Engineering and it is expected to achieve the following goals: 1. To impart the skills of ‘productivity- enhancement’ in industrial as well as non-industrial environments of work. 2. To train the students in developing the art and science of work simplification and work improvement.
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