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Wednesday, Dec 30, 3:30 – 4:30 PM


Industrial Engineering Terminology defines time study as “a work measurement technique consisting of careful time measurement of the task with a time measuring instrument, adjusted for any observed variance from normal effort or pace and to allow adequate time for such items as foreign elements, unavoidable or machine delays, rest to overcome fatigue & personal needs. This application of science to business problems, and the use of timestudy methods in standard setting and the planning of work, was pioneered by Frederick Winslow Taylor. At its most basic level time studies involve breaking down each job into component parts, timing each part and rearranging the parts into the most efficient method of working. The systems of time and motion studies are frequently assumed to be interchangeable terms, descriptive of equivalent theories. However, the underlying principles and the rationale for the establishment of each respective method are dissimilar, despite originating within the same
school of thought.


• How manufacturing time is made up
• Time study procedure
• Elemental breakdown
• Standard time
• Allowances


Shri. C. Narendra is currently working as Regional Director at the National Productivity Council’s (NPC) Bengaluru office. Having graduated in Mechanical Engineering, he has a post graduate diploma in Industrial Engineering from National Productivity Council and has been involved in the industrial engineering based productivity improvement studies in various sectors and industries over the last 29 years.

Webinar/Workshop organized by: National Productivity Council 

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