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10+70 2. (a) (b) MS-53 @
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(ii) Assuming an eight-hour work day, compute the cycle time needed to obtain an output of 400 units per day. (iii) Determine the minimum number of work-stations required. Task Immediate follower Task time (minute) a b c d e f g h b e d T f IJ h end 0.2 0.2 0.8 0.6 0.3 1.0 0.4 0-3 70+70 3. (a) Suppose you were asked to set up a cost-control program for an established automobilemanufacturing firm. Briefly, what steps would you Ieel were absolutely vital to such a program ? MS-53 o P.T.O.
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(b) A time study of an Idaho mining activity revealed a cycle time of 6'50 minutes for a worker rated at 108 percent. The allowances are as follows : Personal time = 30 minutesper day, Fatigue = 74 minutes per day, Delay = 40 minutes Per daY. Determine the standard time for an 8-hour-per-day operation. 70+70 Do cause-and-effect diagrams have any advantages over a simple list of possible causes of a problem ? Explain with suitable examples. Given below are the actual demand and the forecasts made by two forecast models : Actual Demand Forecast Model A Forecast Model B 3,189 4,038 3,874 3,322 4,1.1.6 3,700 3,496 3,773 3,777 3,595 3,480 3,594 3,708 3,822 3.935 (i) Compute the MAD for both forecast models. (ii) Compute the Running Sum Forecast Error (RSFE) for both forecast models. (iii) Indicate which model you think is better and whv ? 70+10 4. (a) (b) MS-m @
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5. (a) (b) What are CAD and CAM ? How do they differ {rom integrated CAD/CAM ? The specifications for a critical characteristic of an electric resistor call for it to have a resistance of 500 t 25 ohms. The process for making the resistors produces a normal distribution of measurements of resistance with a standard deviation of 5 ohms. (i) Calculate C for this situation. p (ii) Is the process capable of performing the operationsuccessfully ? 70+70 MS-53 @ P.T.O.
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SECTION B 6. (a) What is Total Quality Management (TQM) ? How does it emerge from the traditional concept of quality management ? (b) Factory Built Homes, Inc. (FBH) purchases panelling componenrs from a nearby mill for Rs' 50 per unit' It expects to use about 4,000 units during the coming year. FBH estimates that it costsRs. 300 to place an order and Rs' 15 per unit-year for carrying and storage costs. The mill can provide FBH with immediate delivery of any reasonable quantity' (i) What is the most economical quantity for FBH to order ? (ii) How many orders per year should be placed ? (lii1 What is the total yearly cosi associatedwith ordering, carrying, and purchasing the EOQ amount ? 7. Write short notes on any liue of the following : (a) Zero Detect (b) Forecast Error (c) Vendor Rating (d) Pareto Diagram (e) Internal Customers (fl Sporadic Loss (g) CIM (h) AGVS 70+70 5x4=20 MS-53 o 1,000
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MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME Term-End Examination June, 2006 [email protected] : MANAGEMENT INFORMATTON SYSTEMS Time :3 hours Note .' Attempt any three questions t'rom Section A. Each question carries 20 marks. Section B is compulsory qnd carries40 mqrks.
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