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  • 1. Presented By K.Sindhuri (1226113126) M.V.Karthik (1226113132) K.Neeraj (1226113137) Rajat Kumar (1226113144) V.Sree Vijetha (1226113156) R.Lakshmi Anvitha (1226213102)
  • 2.  Space research agency in 1969  First rocket in 1963 by Dr.Vikram Sarabhai  Communication satellites,remote sensing satellites and launch vehicles  One of the seven nations to have satellite launching capability  INCOSPAR(Indian National Committee for Space Researh ) in 1962 INTRODUCTION
  • 3. PROJECT MODE OF WORKING  Resources redeployed for the ongoing projects  Matrix management structure,optimum utilization of resources  Time and Cost limits  Result oriented approach  Two tier structure  PMC(Project management council)  Lead centre director  Technical and resource allocation  PMB(Project management board)  Project Director  Resolving the issues
  • 4. India’s space program,two stages of development • Infrastructure • Building and flight testing Frameworks designed to provide effective user interface for the space programs. • INSAT(The Indian national satellite system) • PC-NNRMS(the planning committee-National natural resource management system) • ADCOS(advisory committee on space research ISRO Decade profile Five year plans and Annual plans
  • 5.  Lead centre  Government of India allocated an expenditure budget of Rs.57.78 billion(2010-2011)  Ground segments(3-5yrs)  Complex projects(8-10yrs)  Investment share  Launch vehicles(39%)  Satellite technology(19%)  Launch support,tracking network and range facility(9%)  Space applications(14%)  Space sciences and others(7%)
  • 6. Foreign Travel/ITAR 01.07 Facilities 01.06 R eview S upport 01.05 P roject P lng S pt 01.04 R isk M gm nt 01.03 B usiness Mgm nt 0 1.02 P roject M gm nt 01.01 P roject Managem ent 01 P ro je ct V &V 02.08 Launch S ys E ng 02.07 P lanetary P rotection 02.06 C onfig Mgm nt 02.05 Inform ation S ystem s 02.04 P roject S W E ng 02.03 M ission & N av D esign 0 2.02 P roject S ys E ng 02.01 P roject S ys E ng 02 S W IV &V 03.09 C o n ta m ina tion C on trol 03.08 S W Q &A 03.07 H W Q &A 03.06 E E E P arts E ng 03.05 R eliability 03.04 E nvironm ents 03.03 S ystem Safety 0 3.02 M A M gm nt 03.01 M ission Assurance 03 E ducation & Outreach 04.06 S ci E nvironm ent C haracterization 04.05 S ci Investigatio & Ops S pt 04.04 S ci Data S upport 04.03 S cience Team 0 4.02 S cience Mgm nt 04.01 S cience 04 P /L I&T 05.06 C om m on P/L S ystem s 05.05 Instrum ent N 05.04 Instrum ent 1 05.03 P /L S ys E ng 0 5.02 P /L Mgm nt 05.01 P ayload 05 S pacecraft assem bly test & verification 06.12 Testbeds 06.11 S pacecraft Flt SW 06.10 G N & C S ubsys 06.09 P ropulsion Subsys 06.08 Th e rm al S u b sys 06.07 M echanical Subsys 06.06 Telecom m Subsys 06.05 C om m and & D ata S /s 06.04 P ow er S ubsys 06.03 Flt S ys - S ys E ng 06.02 Flt S ys M gm nt 0 6.01 S pacecraft C ontract 06.00 Flight S ystem 06 M O S V &V 07.05 O perations 07.04 G round D ata S ys 07.03 M O S Sys E ng 0 7.02 M ission O ps M gm nt 07.01 M ission Ops S ystem 07 Launch S ervices 08.01 Launch S ystem 08 P roject N am e WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE
  • 7. SLV(satellite launch vehicle) ASLV(Augmented satellite launch vehicle) PSLV(Polar satellite launch vehicle) GSLV(Geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle) Lunar Spacecraft Program Space Capsule Recovery Program LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM
  • 9. Experimental Satellite Programs Operational Satellite Programs INSAT IRS Oceansat series INDIAN SPACE PROGRAMS
  • 10. GSLV-III Mars program Human Spaceflight program Solar probe program IRNSS(Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System) PROGRAMS UNDER DEVELOPMENT
  • 11. OBS
  • 12. Project life cycle
  • 14.  Scope management- further development is not possible  Time management- 10years  Cost management- 57 billion US $  Quality management- 89% assured quality  Integration management- all the subsidiaries are well related and regularly updated with information  Human resource management- well trained  Communication management- all the institutes are well connected  Risk management - cant assess the risk  Procurement management – procured before time for optimizing the time taken KNOWLEDGE AREAS RELATED TO ISRO:
  • 15. The Product Breakdow n Structure show s the components from w hich the system w as formed. The PBS reflects the w ork to produce the individual system components. The W ork Breakdow n Structure show s all w ork components necessary to produce a complete system. The W BS reflects the w ork to integrate the components into a system . Subsystem A Subsystem B Subsystem C M anagem ent System s Engineering Integration, Test & Verification Logistics Support S ystem WBS PBS The WBS helps to organize the project costs. When detailed with cost information per element, WBS becomes the CBS - Cost Breakdown Structure.
  • 16. • Well organised • Follows a decade profile • Preliminary designing • Co-ordination committee, planning committee • Project and mission mode • Lead centre