Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is widely being used in industries for manufacturing excellence. TPM is based on eight pillars. Successful Implementation of TPM depends on in-depth knowledge of these pillars. The objective of research is to understand the importance of these pillars mutually in terms of Quality, Cost, Delivery in time and Productivity (QCDP). Ranking of TPM pillars is done by a questionnaire-based review by using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), a multiple criteria decision-making (MCDM) methodology.
TPM pillars, which works on reducing losses, a strategic model is to be developed for education system which will accelerate the teaching learning process eliminating losses. Here the study and survey will be done to understand the effect of each and every parameter like Student, Teacher, Parent, Society and Employee. There are many factors like quality of student & teacher, teaching learning scheme, syllabus, examination pattern, family background, expectations of the employee from students to be employable, etc. these are to be classified properly and a model is to be develop to integrate all such terms to achieve outcome form the trained student.
Dnyandeo D. Shinde
Supervisor: Morten Falch