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RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research

Micro-Session Plan Unit V

Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production & I MBA 1 Maintenance Objective & Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
Operation (2015 Importance &
Session
Management Batch) Mr.Karthick.K
1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand the objectives and importance of maintenance.

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources & Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points with students
Aids
(in
minutes)
Opening Thought: A formal definition PPT, and 15 Why maintenance is important
What is of maintenance is Chalk & in production unit?
Maintenance? that function of Board
manufacturing
management that is
concerned with day
to day problem of
keeping the physical
plant in good
operating condition

What are the Objectives: PPT, and 20 How you minimize the
objectives of Minimize loss of Chalk & maintenance cost?
Maintenance? productive time. Board
Minimize repair How to improve quality of
time & cost. products?
Keep productive
assets in working
condition.
Minimize
accidents.
Minimize total
maintenance cost.
Improve quality of
products.
What is the Dependability of 20 How to prevent equipment failure?
importances of service
Maintenance? Assured quality How to minimize repair time &
Prevent equipment cost?
failure
Cost control
Huge investment in
equipment
Wrapping up: Summarizing the points PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
discussed above. Chalk & the objectives and importance
Summarizing the key
Board of maintenance
points
RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit V

Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production & I MBA 2 Maintenance Types Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
Operation (2015 &
Session
Management Batch) Mr.Karthick.K
1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Know about the different types of maintenance.

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources & Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points with students
Aids
(in
minutes)
Opening Thought: Breakdown PPT, and 10 How you classify planned and
maintenance or Chalk & unplanned maintenance?
What are the types Board
of maintenance? corrective
maintenance
Predictive
maintenance:
Routine
maintenance:
Planned
maintenance
What do you mean by Occurs when there is PPT, and 15 What is the difference between
breakdown a work stoppage due Chalk & shutdown and break down
maintenance or to machine Board maintenance?
corrective breakdown
maintenance? Maintenance
becomes repair work
Seeks to get the
equipment back into
operation as quickly
as possible
To control the
investment in
replacement spare
machines.
What do you mean by In this, sensitive PPT, and 15 (eg. vibration analyzers amplitude
Predictive instruments are used Chalk & meters, audio gauges, optical
maintenance? to predict trouble. Board tooling and resistance gauges)
Conditions can be
measured on a
continuous basis and
this enables the
maintenance people
to plan for an
overhaul.
What do you mean by This includes PPT, and 15 How you differentiate Routine
routine maintenance? activities such as Chalk & maintenance Vs Predictive
periodic inspection, Board maintenance?
cleaning, lubrication
and repair of
production
equipment's after
their service life.
Wrapping up: Summarizing the points PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
discussed above. Chalk & the different types of
Summarizing the key
Board maintenance
points
RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit V

Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production & I MBA 3 Method study Recording Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
Operation (2015 Batch) techniques &
Session
Management Mr.Karthick.K
1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand the method study and recording techniques

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources & Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points with students
Aids
(in
minutes)
Opening Thought: Finding better ways PPT, and 15 What are the objectives of
of doing work and Chalk & method study?
What is the application
avoiding waste in Board Most effective use of plant
of method study?
all its forms. and equipment
Objective of work Most effective use of
study is optimum human effort
use of human, Evaluation of human work
machine and
material resources
What are the Charts PPT, and 20 How chart, diagrams and
techniques used in Outline process Chalk & photographic aids are used?
recording? chart Board
Flow process chart
Two handed process
chart
Multiple activity
chart
Diagrams & Models
Flow diagram
String diagram
Photographic aids
Cycle graph
Chrono-cycle
graphs

What are the steps Select How you differentiate work study
involved in method Record from method study?
study? Examine
Develop
Install
Maintain

Wrapping up: Summarizing the points PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
discussed above. Chalk & the method study.
Summarizing the key
Board
points
RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit V

Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production & I MBA 4 Time study Steps in Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
Operation (2015 Time study &
Session
Management Batch) Mr.Karthick.K
1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand the steps in time study.

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources & Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points with students
Aids
(in
minutes)
Recapping the Method study PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
previous session Chalk & the method study.
Board
Opening Thought: Breaking the activity PPT, and 25 Examples:
/ task into smaller Chalk &
What are the steps Using any time recording device
elements. Board
involved in time like a stopwatch
study? Recording time
taken to complete
each element of the
activity and
compute the
aggregate total time
for the activity.
Computing standard
time for the
activity. For this
purpose allowances
for stoppages /
delays are added to
time taken for each
element.
How you differentiate Establishment of PPT, and 20 How you find the facts about a
time study versus time standards Chalk & situation?
method study? For qualified Board How you improve time and method
worker study?
To perform a
specified job
At a defined level
of performance

Wrapping up: Summarizing the points PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
discussed above. Chalk & the time study.
Summarizing the key
Board
points
RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit V

Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production & I MBA 5 Time study Work Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
Operation (2015 sampling &
Session
Management Batch) Mr.Karthick.K
1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand the steps in work sampling to calculate standard time.

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources & Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points with students
Aids
(in
minutes)
Recapping the Steps in time study PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
previous session Chalk & the time study.
Board
Opening Thought: Establishing PPT, and 15 In this method, the standard time
standard times of Chalk & of a specified activity is
How you define
activities Board determined by computing the
Work Sampling?
If individual proportion of the time the workers
performs more than spend on that activity.
one activity, then
the time standard
for each activity
may be computed
using this method.
What are the steps in STEP 1 PPT, and 30 How to implement work sampling
Work Sampling Select the job Chalk & in method study?
which is to be Board Record the performance
studied rating of the workers and
Inform the their activities as per the
workers about the schedule.
method study Determine the acceptable
Prepare a detailed number of units produced
list of activities of during the period.
the job Compute the percentage
STEP 2 of working on a given
Decide the total task using the following
duration of formula.
observation Percentage Of Working =
Total duration of (frequency of
observation performance task / total
= No. of hour/ number of observations )
shift X No. of * 100
shifts / per day X Determine the Normal time ( NT)
No. of days NT = ( total time) ( % of
STEP 3 working) PR / No. of
Prepare a tour acceptable units produced
schedule to take Determine the standard time
the specified using the following formula ( ST)
number of ST = NT* (AF)
observations over Where,
the specified time NT =1/1-% Allowance
duration.

Wrapping up: Summarizing the points PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
discussed above. Chalk & the steps involved in work
Summarizing the key
Board sampling.
points
RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit V

Course Class & Sessio Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch n No. Duration
Production & I MBA 6 Work study Facts about Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
Operation (2015 Work study &
Session
Management Batch) Mr.Karthick.K
1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand about the objectives and facts of work study.

Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and


Teaching
Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
Resources &
Teaching
Aids PPT, and Chalk & Board
Aids:
Micro Session Plan:
Session Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points with students
Structure Aids
(in
minutes)
Recapping the Work sampling. PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
previous Chalk & the steps involved in work
session Board sampling.
Define work 'Work Study is a term PPT, and 15 How you handle materials in an
study? used to embrace the Chalk & effective manner?
techniques of Method Board
Study and Work
Measurement, which
are employed to ensure
the best possible use of
human and material
resources in carrying
out a specified activity.
What are the Work study is based on 20 How you find the facts about a
facts about facts, and not on opinions. situation?
work study? It is advisory, and not How you improve work study?
executive.
It Is not an axe; it may
even advise increases.
Work study is not
imposed, but comes when
requested and it must
come from within.
It depends, for its success,
on the active co-operation
of the men on the job.
What are the The most effective 15 How to obtain the optimum use
Objectives of use of plant and of the human and material
Work Study? equipment. resources available to the
The most effective organization for the work?
use of human effort.
The evaluation of
human work.
,
Wrapping up: Summarizing the points PPT, and 5 Ask student to summarize about
discussed above. Chalk & the work study.
Summarizing
Board
the key points
RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit V
Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production I MBA 7 Tutorial Case Study Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
& Operation (2015 &
Session Mr.Karthick.K
Management Batch) 1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand how to calculate standard time using work sampling.

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources & Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:

Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points


Aids with students
(in minutes)

Problem:
A job consists of Work element Frequency of Performance
three work elements
and all are performed performance rating
by the same
operator. An analyst 1 70 80%
conducted work
sampling to
2 80 120%
determine the
standard time for the
job. the duration of 3 50 110%
the study is two
shifts each with 400
minutes of effective
time. The details of
the observations are
summarized in the
following table. The
total number of
acceptable units
produced during the
study period is 150
units. Determine the
standard time by
assuming the
allowance of 10%

Solution:

Frequ % of
ency eleme
Work
of Performance % of minute nt with CT per Normal Standard
Element
Perfo Rating element s effecti unit Time Time
Number
rman ve
ce time
1.86666 1.493333
1 70 0.8 0.35 800 280 1.6592593
67 333
2.13333
2 80 1.2 0.4 800 320 2.56 2.8444444
33
1.33333 1.466666
3 50 1.1 0.25 800 200 1.6296296
33 667
200 1 6.1333333
RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit V
Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production I MBA 10 Tutorial Case Study Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
& Operation (2015 &
Session
Mr.Karthick.K
Management Batch) 1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand how to calculate standard time using work sampling.

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
& Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points
Aids with students
(in minutes)

Problem:
A job consists of
four work Work Element Frequency of Performance
elements and all Number Performance Rating
are performed by
the same operator. 1 50 90%
An analyst
2 90 150%
conducted work
sampling to 3 75 100%
determine the
4 85 115%
standard time for
the job. The
duration of study is
one shift with 800
minutes of
effective time. The
details of
observations are,
summarized is the
following table.
The total number
of acceptable units
produced during
the study period is
300 units.
Determine the
standard time by
assuming
allowance of 14%.
Solution:
300 0.14
% of
Work element
Frequency of Performanc CT per Standard
Element % of element minutes with Normal Time
Performance e Rating unit Time
Number effective
time
133.3333 0.444444 0.465116
1 50 0.9 0.166666667 800 0.4
3 4 3
1.395348
2 90 1.5 0.3 800 240 0.8 1.2
8
0.666666 0.775193
3 75 1 0.25 800 200 0.666666667
7 8
226.6666 0.755555 1.010335
85 1.15 0.283333333 800 0.868888889
7 6 9
3.645994
300
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RVS Institute of Management Studies and Research
Micro-Session Plan Unit IV
Course Class & Session Topic Sub Topics Type & Course Faculty
Batch No. Duration
Production I MBA 10 Tutorial Case Study Lecture Dr.Kanakaraj.N
& Operation (2015 &
Session
Mr.Karthick.K
Management Batch) 1 Hour
Learning After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Objectives: Understand how to calculate standard time using work sampling.

Teaching Text Book: 1. William J. Stevenson, 2012, Operations Management Theory and
Resources Practice, McGraw-Hill, 11th Edition.
& Aids Teaching Aids: PPT, and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure Lecture Points Teaching Duration Interaction Points
Aids with students
(in minutes)

Problem: Determine the standard time by assuming allowance of 12%.


A job consists of
four work elements
Work Element Performance
and all are Frequency of Rating
Number
performed by the Performance
same operator. An
analyst conducted
work sampling to 1 50 90%
determine the
2 90 150%
standard time for the
job. The duration of 3 75 100%
the study is one day
with two shifts. Each 4 85 115%
shift has 420
minutes of effective
time. The details of
observations are
summarized in the
following table. The
total number of
acceptable units
produced during the
study period is 225
units.
Solution:

225 0.12
% of
Work element
Frequency of Performanc CT per Standard
Element % of element minutes with Normal Time
Performance e Rating unit Time
Number effective
time
0.622222 0.636363
1 50 0.9 0.166666667 840 140 0.56
2 6
1.909090
2 90 1.5 0.3 840 252 1.12 1.68
9
0.933333 1.060606
3 75 1 0.25 840 210 0.933333333
3 1
1.057777 1.382323
85 1.15 0.283333333 840 238 1.216444444
8 2
4.988383
300
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