Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Smart Structures, School of Computing Engineering and Mathematics, Western Sydney University, Australia. His research interests cover Industry 4.0, Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Engineering Materials and Structures (Metals and Composites), Multi-scale Modelling of Materials and Structures, Metal Forming and Metal Surface Treatment.
Abstract—The complexities of business activities are increasing day by day. With the spectacular developments and advances in the fields of science and technology, the manufacturing techniques have undergone a rapid change. The economics of large-scale production have brought into being a number of multi-national business organizations. The ever-widening markets also pose a challenge by themselves. The complexities of legal provisions (of industrial and business legislation), which are subject to constant change to achieve social objectives, also require more than adequate attention. Moreover modern management has to take care of the new emerging human relations in business. The offices face a variety of challenges such as social, political and economic. The other challenges faced by the office are legal provisions, reducing paper work and reducing office cost. Office Automation involves the planned application of integrated information handling tools and methods to improve the productivity of people in office operations. Although the handling of information by office people is the focus of this new technology, other aspects of the office will be affected. These include factors such as the organization of functions and lines of reporting, training for new methods, work space design, travel patterns, branch office location, and home vs. office work, hours of work, employee morale, and job classifications. Organizations that harness office automation products will need to deal with many more than just technological issues. To eliminate the problems regarding the working of an office, i.e., functions, accounting, finance, purchasing, manufacturing, manpower planning, human resources, etc., the proper setup and planning should be required. A study is conducted in an educational institute, Private Engg. College where the office keeps the records and provides the service of information and communication. “The main aim of this project is to attain following goals, better organized system, shorter and more efficient paper work and record keeping and improve the work postures of employees.” In this we studied about various departments of an office, there working and techniques by which improve the working conditions and office layout for minimize the office cost.
Index Terms—Office management, SWOT analysis
Cite: Rohit Upadhyay, Y P Ladhe, Rajneesh Kumar Rai, C B Bhatkar, and Ravi Upadhyay, "Office Management System of an Educational Institute—A Case Study on Shri Dadaji Institute of Technology & Science, Khandwa (MP) ," International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics Research, Vol.4, No. 2, pp. 72-85, April 2015.
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