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AIMS To provide the students with an opportunity to acquire knowledge; skill and attitude in the area of basic area of basic workshop practice with an special emphasis on: fitting & welding works. meaning instruments used in fitting shop. machineries and equipment used in fitting shop. sewing, chipping, fitting, grinding and finishing operation. construction of pipe work and duet. drilling, thread cutting soldering and brazing. SHORT DESCRIPTION Fitting Measuring instrument used in the fitting shop; Saving chipping; filing; grinding and finishing; Drilling and thread cutting grinding and abrasives; Sheet metal works; Pipe work and duet; Soldering brazing. DETAIL DESCRIPTION Theory : 1 Understand the basic processes of fitting. 1.1 Mention the importance of fitting works in industry and daily life. 1.2 List the common materials used in the fitting shop. 1.3 Identify various metal forms. 1.4 Describe the uses of various metal forms. 2 Understand the features of common measuring instruments used in the fitting shop. 2.1 Identify the hand tools commonly used in the fitting shop. 2.2 Describe the uses of hand tools of fitting shop. 2.3 Mention the care and maintenance of hand tools in the fitting shop. 3 Understand the features of common measuring instruments used in the fitting shop. 3.1 Identify the linear and angular measuring instruments used in the fitting shop. 3.2 Mention the difference between precision and non-precision measuring instruments. 3.3 Describe the uses of measuring instruments commonly used in the fitting shop. 3.4 Identify the standard gauges commonly used in the fitting shop.

6 Mention the uses of standard gauges. Mention the care and maintenance of measuring instruments used in the fitting shop. Understand the application of commonly used machines and equipment in sheet metal shop. 4.1 Identify shearing, rolling, seaming, folding and other allied machines 4.2 Mention the function of shearing and seaming machines used in the sheet metal shop. 4.3 Mention the function of rolling, folding machines. Understand the process of layout pf different machines and equipment. 5.1 Explain the meaning of lay out. 5.2 List the tools required for layout work pieces. 5.3 Estimate the materials required for a job for the given drawing. 5.4 Explain the safety procedure in laying out work pieces. Understand sawing, chipping, filing, grinding and finishing operations. 6.1 Define sawing, chipping, filing, grinding and finishing operations. 6.2 Identify the tools required for sawing, chipping, filing, grinding and finishing operations. 6.3 Describe the procedure of saving, chipping, filling, grinding and fishing operations. Understand drilling and thread cutting. 7.1 Explain the necessities of drilling and thread cutting. 7.2 Identify the drilling and thread cutting tools. 7.3 Describe the procedure for drilling hole and making thread in it. Understand the application of grinding and abrasives. 8.1 Classify grinding machines & abrasives used in the fitting shop. 8.2 Describe the use of grinder. 8.3 State the safety rules applied to grinding marching. Understand the concept of sheet metal work. 9.1 Mention the names of the products made in sheet metal shop. 9.2 List the tools and equipment required for the sheet metal work. 9.3 Identify sheet metal edges and joints. 9.4 Explain the technique for laying out a measuring can. Understand the construction of pipe works and duct. 10.1 Define pipe and duct. 10.2 Describe the uses of pipe and duct. 10.3 List the materials required for pipe works and ducting. 10.4 Describe the procedure of joining pipe and duct. 10.5 Identify the standard symbols of fitting and joints. Understand the process of soldering and brazing. 11.1 Define the term soldering and brazing. 11.2 List the materials required for soldering and brazing. 3.5 3.6



7 11.3 Mention the name of tools and equipment required for soldering and brazing. Identify the application area of soldering and brazing.

11.4 Practical: 1 Perform identification and sheapeing of common hand tools used for fitting works. 1.1 Sketch the common hand tools used for fitting works. 1.2 Check the sharpness of the tools. 1.3 Sharpen the tools of fitting works. 1.4 Follow safety procedure during sharpening. 1.5 Carry out minor maintenance. 2 Perform the measurement using measuring instruments and gauges for bench work. 2.1 Identify measuring and layout tools. 2.2 Measure with vernier caliper and micrometer. 2.3 Measure and layout a fitting job. 2.4 Check with gauges (sheet and wire gauge, drill gauge etc.) 3 Perform the work of sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming. 4.1 Identify machine and equipment for specific use. 4.2 Identify the operation of sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming. 4.3 Perform sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming operations. 4.4 Make the jobs involving sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming operations (hinge, angle gauge etc.) 4.5 Follow the safety procedures during, sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming. 4 Perform the work of cutting threads. 5.1 Identify the taps and dies for cutting threads. 5.2 Cut internal and external threads with tap and die. 5.3 Follow safety procedures during working with tap and dies. 6 Perform the work of making sheet metal jobs. 6.1 Select appropriate sheet metal. 6.2 Select tools and equipment for sheet metal work. 6.3 Layout the sheet for jobs. 6.4 Make wire gauge. 6.5 Make seam joint. 6.6 Make mug, measuring can, sugar scoup, etc. 7 Perform the work of making pipe and duct. 7.1 Estimate the sheets required for pipe and duct. 7.2 Layout a sheet for pipe and duct. 7.3 Make pipe and duct. 7.4 Maintain safety procedure in making pipe and duct. 8 Perform the soldering and brazing. 8.1 Select tools and equipment for soldering and brazing.

8 8.2 8.3 Make soldering and brazing joint. Maintain safety procedure during drilling, soldering and brazing.

REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 2. 3. 4. Basic Sheet Metal Practice Prathomic Fitting Sikkha Metal Fabrication Sheet Metal Work J.W. Giaehino Hemanta Kumar Bhattacharia Robert L.O. Con Blackburn & Cassidy


AIMS To be able to understand heat temperature and the laws of perfect gases. To be able to understand transmission of heat. To be able to understand thermodynamics process. To be able to understand properties of steam. To be able to develop knowledge, skill and attitide of boiler, turbine, compressor, internal combustion engine and blower. To be able to understand properties of fluid. To be able to understand fluid pressure and concept of pressure head. To be able to understand flow of fluid. To be able to develop knowledge, skill attitude of water pumps and hydraulic & pneumatic machies. To be able to understand basic concept of refrigeration and air condition system.

SHORT DESCRIPTION Heat & temperature, Laws of perfect gases; Specific heat; Transmission of heat; Laws of thermodynamics; Thermodynamics processes; Formation and properties of steam; Steam generations internal combustion of engines; Compressor; Blower and indicator; Pump; Refrigeration and air condition system; Vapor compression refrigeration; Air condition system. DETAIL DESCRIPTION Theory: 1 Understand the concept of heat and temperature. 1.1 Explain the term temperature & heat. 1.2 Describe various scales of temperature & their relations. 1.3 Define sensible heat, latent heat of fusion and latent heat of vaporization. 1.4 Express the derivation of the relation between heat & work. 1.5 Define the absolute zero temperature. 1.6 Solve problems related to heat & temperature. 2 Understand the laws of perfect gases. 2.1 State Boyles law. 2.2 State Charless law. 2.3 Explain the Boyles law and Charless law analytically. 2.4 Explain the general gas equation. 2.5 Express the deduction of the formula PV = mRT.

10 3 2.6 Solve problems related to gas laws. Understand the concept of specific heat of substances. 3.1 Define specific heat of substance. 3.2 Describe specific heat at constant pressure (CP) & volume (CV) of gases. 3.3 Express the deduction of the relation between CP & CV. 3.4 Solve problems related to specific heat. Understand the transmission of heat. 4.1 State the fundamental laws of conduction. 4.2 State the fundamental laws of convention. 4.3 State the fundamental laws of radiation. 4.4 Describe the dimensions & units of transmission of heat. 4.5 Define the fin. 4.6 Classify the fin. Understand laws of thermodynamics. 5.1 Explain the first law of thermodynamics. 5.2 Explain the second law of thermodynamics. 5.3 Mention the application of both laws of thermodynamics. 5.4 Solve problems related to the laws of thermodynamics . Comprehend the thermodynamics processes. 6.1 Define thermodynamic system, boundary & surroundings. 6.2 Describe the thermodynamics process. 6.3 Illustrate briefly each of the thermodynamics process. Understand the formation & properties of steam. 7.1 Define the term steam & vapor. 7.2 Explain the formation of steam at constant pressure. 7.3 Explain the term of wet steam, dry steam, super heated steam. 7.4 Explain the term sensible heat of water, latent heat of vaporization, enthalpy of steam & specific volume. 7.5 Solve problems related to formation and properties of steam. Understand the steam generation unit. 8.1 State the steam boiler. 8.2 Classify the steam boiler. 8.3 Describe different components of boiler. 8.4 Describe the boiler accessories. Understand gas turbine. 9.1 Define the term turbine 9.2 Classify the turbine. 9.3 Describe the gas turbine. 9.4 Describe different components & accessories of gas tarbine. 9.5 Compare gas turbine with steam turbine. Understand the internal combustion engine. 101 Describe the internal combustion engine.


11 Compare the external combustion engine with internal combustion engine. 103 Classify the IC engine. 104 Describe the main components of the IC engine. 105 Describe the sequence of operations in a cycle. 106 Explain the advantages & disadvantages of four stoke engine over two strokes engine. Understand the compressor. 11.1 Explain the term compressor. 11.2 Describe the function of air compressor. 11.3 Mention different components of compressor. 11.4 Classify different types of compressors. Understand blower and indicator. 12.1 Explain the term blower. 12.2 Describe the function of blower. 12.3 Classify the blower. 12.4 Describe different components of blower. Understand the pump. 13.1 Define pump. 13.2 Classify pump. 13.3 Describe the main components of centrifugal pump. 13.4 Describe the main components of reciprocating pump. 13.5 Describe the working principle of centrifugal & reciprocating pump. 13.6 Describe the uses of different pumps. Understand refrigeration & air condition system. 14.1 Mention refrigeration & air condition system with their mechanism. 14.2 Describe different terms used in refrigeration and air condition system. 14.3 Explain the unit of refrigeration & co-efficient performance. 14.4 Solve problems related to co-efficient of performance. Understand the vapor compression refrigeration. 15.1 Mention the mechanism of vapor compression refrigerator. 15.2 Describe the functions of different components of vapor compressor refrigerator. 15.3 Mention the properties of refrigerant. 15.4 Mention the refrigerants commonly used in practice. 15.5 State the meaning of R-12, R-22 etc. Understand air-condition system. 16.1 Mention the need of air condition system. 16.2 Classify the air condition system. 16.3 List the major components of air condition system. 16.4 Mention the condition of comfort. 102







12 Practical: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Verify the Boyles law using test apparatus. Study the operation of 4 stroke Otto cycle with a model. Study the operation of 4 stroke diesel cycle with a model. Study the operation of 2 stroke diesel cycle with a model. Determine the mechanical equivalent of heat by Joules apparatus and verify first law of thermodynamics. Identify different components of internal combustion engine (Diesel and Petrol) Identify the components of boiler. Verify Bernoullis equation by Bernoullis apparatus equipped with hydraulic test bench. Determine the discharge through a pipe by the venturi meter or orifice meter with hydraulic test bench. Determine the leverage and mechanical advantage of a hydraulic press. Test the performance of a centrifugal pump with the centrifugal pump test ring. Identify the components of hydraulic crane.

13 5213 C 3 AIMS To provide the student with an opportunity to develop knowledge, skill and attitude in the area of electrical principles and circuits with special emphasis on: Nature of electricity and electrical circuits Cell and battery Magnetism and electromagnetism Capacitor & capacitance Generation of AC and AC circuits Phasor algebra SHORT DESCRIPTION Electricity; Laws of resistance; Effect of temperature upon resistance; Electrical circuits; Circuit theorem; Electrical power and energy; Cell and battery; Magnetism; Electromagnetism; Electrostatics; Capacitor and capacitance; AC fundamentals; Alternating quantities; Phasor algebra and AC circuits; RLC series and parallel circuit. DETAIL DESCRIPTION Theory: 1 Understand the concept of electricity & its nature. 1.1 Define the term electricity. 1.2 Define conductor, semi conductor and insulator. 1.3 Define current, voltage & resistance. 1.4 State the Ohms law. 1.5 Differentiate between static and current electricity. 1.6 Differentiate among conductor, semi conductor and insulator with examples. 2 Understand laws of resistance. 2.1 Describe the factors upon which the resistance of a conductor depends. 2.2 State the laws of resistance. 2.3 Define the terms conductance and conductivity. 2.4 Solve problem related to resistivity. 3 Understand the effect of temperature upon resistance. 3.1 Describe the effect of temperature on common electrical metals, alloys, insulators and electrolytes. 3.2 Define temperature co-efficient of resistance. 3.3 Express the deduction of the relationship Rt = R0 (1 + 0t) 3.4 Solve problems related to the relationship Rt = R0 (1 + 0t). 3 4 ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES AND CIRCUITS T P

14 4 Understand the concept of electrical circuits. 4.1 Describe series, parallel and mixed circuits. 4.2 Solve problems related to series, parallel and mixed circuits. 4.3 Describe Kirchhoffs current and voltage law. 4.4 Solve problem relating to Kirchhoffs law. Understand the concept of circuit theorem. 5.1 Describe the circuit parameters. 5.2 Describe voltage source and current source. 5.3 Describe the Thevenins theorem. 5.4 Describe superposition theorem. 5.5 Describe star/delta conversion. 5.6 Solve problems related to circuit theorems. Understand the concept of electrical power and energy. 6.1 Define electrical power and energy. 6.2 Describe heating effect of electricity. 6.3 Describe Joules law. 6.4 Define the term mechanical equivalent of heat. 6.5 Solve problems related to power, energy and Joules law. Understand the basic features of cell and battery. 7.1 Describe the principle of operation of simple voltaic cell. 7.2 Describe the defects of simple voltaic cell and its remedies. 7.3 Describe grouping of cells. 7.4 Describe the construction and working principle of lead acid cell. 7.5 Describe charging and discharging of lead acid cell. 7.6 Describe rating, maintenance and application of cells. Understand the concept of magnetism. 8.1 Define the terms magnetism, magnetic pole, magnetic field, field intensity, magnetic lines of force, flux density. 8.2 Describe earth magnetic field, permanent magnet and electromagnet. 8.3 Describe mmf, reluctance, permeability, B-H curve, hysterisis and eddy current losses. Understand the concept of electromagnetism. 9.1 State Faradays law. 9.2 State Lenzs law. 9.3 Describe the effect of magnetic field around current carrying conductor, circular loop and solenoid. 9.4 Describe the principle of self and mutual inductance. Understand the concept of electrostatic. 10.1 Describe the term electrostatic. 10.2 Describe properties of electric lines of force. 10.3 Compare electric and magnetic lines of force. 10.4 State coulombs law of electric force.


15 Define terms electric field, unit positive charge, field intensity, electric potential electric, flux and flux density. 10.6 Describe permittivity of a medium. 10.7 Solve problems relating to Coulombs law. Understand the concept of capacitor and capacitance. 11.1 Define the term capacitor and capacitance. 11.2 Describe different types of capacitor. 11.3 Determine equivalent capacitance of a number of capacitors connected in series, parallel and mixed form. 11.4 Describe the energy stored in a capacitor. 11.5 Solve problems related to the capacitor. Understand the concept of AC fundamental. 12.1 Describe the method of generation of AC voltage. 12.2 Express the derivation of the equation e = Emax sint 12.3 Define the terms cycle, frequency and time period. 12.4 Describe phases and phase difference with vector diagram. 12.5 Solve problems related to AC generation. Understand the concept of alternating quantities. 13.1 Define the terms instantaneous, average and maximum value of alternating quantities. 13.2 Define the terms form factor and peak factor. 13.3 Solve problems related to values of alternating quantities. 13.4 Define the terms Ohmic resistance, effective resistance and skin effect. Understand the application of phasor algebra. 14.1 Describe the term phasor algebra. 14.2 Describe J operation of phasor algebra. 14.3 Describe relation between rectangular and polar form vectors. 14.4 Solve problems on conversion of vectors. 14.5 Solve problems on addition and subtraction vectorically. Understand the concept of AC circuit consists of pure resistance, pure inductance and pure capacitance. 15.1 Describe current and voltage relation of pure resistive circuit with vector and phasor diagram. 15.2 Describe current and voltage relation of pure inductive circuit with vector diagram. 15.3 Describe current and voltage relation of pure capacitive circuit with vector diagram. 15.4 Solve problems related to resistive, inductive and capacitive reactances. Understand the application of RLC series and parallel circuit. 16.1 Describe RLC series and parallel circuits with vector diagrams 16.2 Define the terms admittance, suscepectance and conductance. 16.3 Solve problem related to the RLC series and parallel circuit. 10.5







16 Understand the concept of power calculation on AC circuit. 17.1 Define terms power, power factor, active and reactive power. 17.2 Calculate active power, reactive power and power factor of RL, RC and RLC circuit. Practical: 1. Identify electrical measuring instrument with their uses. 2. Verify Ohms law. 3. Verify the characteristics of series and parallel circuit. 4. Measure the power and energy of an electrical circuit. 5. Make an artificial magnet. 6. Measure the resistivity of conductors. 7. Verify Faradays law of electromagnetism. 8. Make a simple cell. 9. Charge and discharge a lead acid cell. 10. Group a number of cells in series and parallel. 11. Measure current and voltage in a RLC series circuit and draw the vector diagram. 12. Construct vector diagram by measuring current and voltage in a RLC parallel series. 13. Measure power and power factor of single phase circuit. 17


AIMS To develop the ability to use various drawing instruments and materials. To enable in constructing and using various types of scales in drawing. To provide the ability to construct various geometrical figures. To enable to adopt various symbols used in drawing. To provide the skill of freehand sketching with shades and shadows. To provide the basic skill of drawing orthographic views.

SHORT DESCRIPTION Drawing instruments and their uses; Lettering, numbering and constructing title strip; Adopting alphabet of lines and dimensioning; Constructing scales; Constructing geometrical figures; Constructing conic sections; Adopting symbols; Freehand sketching (with shades and shadows), Drawing orthographic views. DETAIL DESCRIPTION DRAWING INSTRUMENTS AND MATERIALS 1 Practice with drawing instruments and materials for basic drawing technique. 1.1 Identify the different types of drawing instruments. 1.2 Use different types of drafting equipment. 1.3 Use different types of drafting software. 1.4 Identify the standard sizes of drawing board and sheets. 1.5 Draw the border lines in drawing sheets following standard rule. 1.6 Draw horizontal, vertical and inclined lines with the help of set squares and T-square. 1.7 Draw 15 degree, 75 degree, 105 degree and 120 degree angles with the help of set squares. 1.8 Use lettering guide, template, scale pantograph and French curve. LETTERING NUMBERING AND TITLE STRIP 2 Letter and number freehand and with instruments. 2.1 Identify the necessity of good lettering in engineering drawing. 2.2 Draw freehand single stroke vertical letters from A to Z (upper and lower case) and numbers 0 to 9. 2.3 Draw freehand inclined (65 degree to 75 degree) single stroke letters from A to Z (upper and lower case) and numbers from 0 to 9. 2.4 Draw block letters (Gothic) using 5 : 4 and 7 : 5 proportions and height.

18 Select a suitable size of letters and write a few sentences using all the letters selecting suitable scale. 2.6 Draw title strip with proper placement using suitable size of letters and measurements. ALPHABET OF LINES AND DIMENSIONING 3 Adopt the alphabet of lines. 3.1 Select different lines in drawing. 3.2 Use center line, hidden line, phantom line, break line, dimension line, extension line, section line and cutting plane line. 3.3 Use different thickness of line to emphasize a part of drawing. 3.4 Select recommended grades of pencils for various types of lines for engineering drawing. 4 Adopt the elements and theory of dimensioning. 4.1 Put dimensions in engineering drawing according to an accepted standard. 4.2 Identify the elements of dimensions from a given dimensioned drawing. 4.3 Apply aligned and unidirectional system of dimensioning. 4.4 Draw size and location of dimension, continuous dimension, staggered dimension and dimensioning in limited space. 4.5 Add necessary dimension to a given drawing with suitable arrows. CONSTRUCTION OF SCALE 5 Prepare scale for drawing application. 5.1 Calculate representative fraction and interpret a scale reading. 5.2 Use different types of scale to find full size dimension. 5.3 Draw a plain scale to show meters, centimeters and millimeters of a given distance on object. 5.4 Draw a diagonal scale to show three units having given RF. 5.5 Read particular distance on plain and diagonal scale. 5.6 Use scale of chord. 5.7 Draw angle of 49 degree, 78 degree and 95 degree with the help of scale of chord. GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIONS 6 Construct geometric figures (lines, triangles & squares). 6.1 Divide given straight line into any number of equal parts. 6.2 Draw perpendicular when the given point is at or near the end of the line. 6.3 Bisect a given angle. 6.4 Trisect a given angle. 6.5 Draw a straight line parallel to given straight line at some given distance. 6.6 Draw a square on a given straight line. 7 Construct geometric figures (circles and regular polygons). 7.1 Draw regular polygons i.e. pentagon, hexagon and octagon having given one side. 2.5

19 7.2 Locate the center of circle and arc. 7.3 Inscribe circle in triangles. 7.4 Inscribe a circle about a triangle. 7.5 Divide a triangle into any number of equal parts. 7.6 Draw an equilateral triangle equal in area of a square. 7.7 Determine the length of the circumference of circle. CONIC SECTIONS 8 Construct conic sections. 8.1 Draw an ellipse by concentric circle method. 8.2 Draw an ellipse by parallelogram method. 8.3 Draw an ellipse by four center method. 8.4 Draw a parabola having given foci and directrix. 8.5 Draw a parabola from given abscissa and ordinate. SYMBOLS 9 Adopt standard symbols in drawing. 9.1 Identify symbols used in drawing. 9.2 Draw a legend using symbols of different engineering materials. 9.3 Draw the symbols of different plumbing fittings and fixtures used in drawing. 9.4 Draw the symbols of different electrical fittings and fixtures used in drawing. 9.5 Interpret information from drawing containing standard symbols. FREEHAND SKETCHING (WITH SHADES AND SHADOWS) 10 Sketch freehand with shades and shadows. 10.1 Produce freehand sketches of the following with shade and shadow technique: h. Bib-cock a. Book i. Bench vice b. Brick j. Open box c. Step k. Electric lamps d. Cylinder l. Electric switches e. Hand tubewell m. Electric fan f. Spade with handle n. Nuts and bolts g. Pipe wrench Use different materials and methods of shading and shadowing freehand sketches.


ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION 11 Translate pictorial views of simple objects into orthographic views. 11.1 Identify different planes.

20 11.2 11.3 Draw third angle orthographic views of simple objects. Draw first and third angle views of a simple object and add proper dimensions.

REFERENCE BOOKS 1 2 Geometrical Drawing I H Morris Prathamic Engineering Drawing Hemanta Kumar Bhattacharia


To acquaint the students with the basic terminology of Algebra. To develop an understanding of complex numbers (J-operator) which are being used in electrical engineering. To give an understanding of the binomial expansion. To enable in using the knowledge of trigonometry in solving problems of engineering importance.

SHORT DESCRIPTION Algebra: Set, Indices, Logarithms, Variation, AP & GP, Polynomials & polynomial equations, Complex number, Permutation & Combination, Binomial theorem for positive integral Index. Trigonometry: Trigonometrical ratios of different angles; Ratio of associated angles, Compound angles, Transformation formulae, multiple angles and Submultiple angles. DETAIL DESCRIPTION Algebra: 1 Apply the concept of set in solving problem. 1.1 Define set, sub-set and universal set. 1.2 Define the different types of number set. 1.3 Define union of set, intersection of set, complement of set, power set, disjoint set. 1.4 Prove (using Venn diagram) the relation of following types where A, B and C are any set. i) AU(BUC) = (AUB) I (AUC) ii) (AUB)c = AcIB c iii) (AIB) c = Ac UB c 1.5 Find the number of elements in the union of two sets. 1.6 Solve the problems using above. 2 Apply the laws of indices in solving mathematical problem. 2.1 State the laws of indices. 2.2 Apply the laws of indices to solve the problem. 2.3 Perform algebraic operation on surd. 2.4 Use the scientific calculator in solving the problems of indices. 3 Apply the concept of logarithms.

22 3.1 3.2 Define logarithm. Prove the following laws of logarithm. a) Loga (m x n) = Loga m + Loga n b) c) d)

e) 3.3 Solve problems using 3.2. 3.4 State the difference between Naperion and common logarithms. Understand the concept of AP & GP. 4.1 Define AP and common difference. 4.2 Find last term and sum of n terms, given first term and common difference. 4.3 Define GP and common ratio. 4.4 Find the sum of n terms given first and common ratio. Apply the concept of polynomial in solving the problems. 5.1 Define polynomials and polynomial equation. 5.2 Explain the roots and co-efficient of polynomial equations. 5.3 Find the relation between roots and co-efficient of the polynomial equations. 5.4 Determine the roots and their nature of quadratic polynomial equations. 5.5 Form the equation when the roots of the quadratic polynomial equations are given. 5.6 Find the condition of the common roots of quadratic polynomial equations. 5.7 Solve the problems related to the above. Understand the concept of complex numbers. 6.1 Define complex numbers. 6.2 Perform algebraic operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square root) with complex number of the form a+jb. 6.3 Find the cube roots of unity. 6.4 Apply the properties of cube root of unity in solving problems. Apply the concept of permutation . 7.1 Explain permutation. 7.2 Find the number of permutation of n things taken r at a time when, i) things are all different. ii) things are not all different. 7.3 Solve problems of the related to permutation : Apply the concept of combination. 8.1 Explain combination.

m Loga = Loga m Loga n n Loga (m )n = n Loga m Logb a X Loga b = 1 Loga 1 = O

23 8.2 8.3 8.4 Find the number of combination of n different things taken r at a time. Explain n C r , n C n , n C 0

Find the number of combination of n things taken r at a time in which p particular things i) Always occur ii) never occur. 8.5 Establish i) n C r = n C n r ii) n C r + n C r 1 = n +1 C r 8.6 Solve problems related to combination. Apply the concept of binomial theorem for a positive integral index. 9.1 State binomial expression. 9.2 Prove the binomial theorem. 9.3 Find the general term, middle term, equidistant term and term independent of x. 9.4 Use binomial theorem to find the value of i) (0.9998) 2 , correct to six places of decimal . ii) (1 + 2 ) 5 (1 2 ) 5 9.5 Using scientific calculator to solve the problems of permutation and combination. Trigonometry : 9 Understand trigonometrical ratios of different angles. 9.1 Define angle. 9.2 Find ratios of 00 , 300, 450, 600, and 900. 9.3 Solve the problems on heights and distances involving the solution of right-angled triangles. 10 Apply the concept of associated angles. 10.1 Define associated angles. 10.2 Find the sign of trigonometrical function in different quadrants. 10.3 Calculate trigonometrical ratios of any angle. 10.4 Solve the problems using above. 11 Apply the principle of trigonometrical ratios of compound angles. 11.1 Define compound angles. 11.2 Establish the following relation geometrically for acute angles. i) sin (A B) = sin A cos B cos A sin B. ii) cos (A B) = cosA cosB sinAsinB. 11.3 Deduce formula for tan (A B), Cot (A B). 11.4 Apply the identities to work out the problems: i) find the value of sin 75 0, tan 75 0. ii) iii) show that 9.

sin 75 0 + sin 15 0 = 3 sin 75 0 sin 15 0

if + = , tan + tan = b, cot + cot = a,

24 show that (a b) = ab cot . Apply sum and product formula of trigonometrical ratios. 12.1 Express sum or difference of two sines and cosines as a product and vice-versa . 12.2 Solve problems of the followings types: i) show that, sin 55 o + cos 55O = 2 cos 100 1 ii) prove that, cos 800 cos 600 cos 400 cos 200 =16 Apply the concept of ratios of multiple angles. 13.1 State the identities for sin 2A, cos 2A and tan 2A. 13.2 Deduce formula for sin 3A, cos 3A and tan 3A. 13.3 Solve the problems of the followings types. i) express cos 5 in terms of cos . ii) if tan = 2 tan , show that, tan ( + ) = 14



3 sin 2 1+ 3 cos 2

Apply the concept of ratios of sub-multiple angles. 14.1 Find mathematically the identities for sin , cos and tan in terms of

and 2 3


Solve the problems of the type : find the value of cos 30 , cos 60 , cos 90 , cos 18 0, cos 360, etc.

25 1422 CHEMISTRY T P 3 3 C 4


To provide the students a background of basic science required for understanding technology subjects. To develop a working knowledge of common engineering and industrial materials including physical and chemical properties and to enable to determine through experiments the properties of such materials. To develop a basic knowledge and concept of chemical reactions of common engineering and industrial materials. To develop through experiments the understanding of fundamental scientific concept which will provide a common base for further studies in science and technology.

SHORT DESCRIPTION Role of Chemistry in the field of engineering and technology; Matter and its changes; Symbol, valency and chemical equations; Different types of chemical reactions; Catalyst and Catalysis; Acid, Base and Salt; Properties of gases; Dalton atomic theory; Avogadros hypothesis; Laws of chemical equivalent; Atomic weight and molecular weight; Atomic structure; Quantum numbers; Periodic table; Oxidation & Reduction; Chemical bond; Electrolytic conductance and electrolysis; Acid base equilibria; Nitric Acid; Sulfuric Acid; Halogen, Ammonia and Carbon dioxide; Water; Metals; Concept of Organic Chemistry; Aliphatic Hydrocarbon and Alcohols. DETAIL DESCRIPTION Theory :MATTER AND ITS CHANGES 1 Symbol, Valency & Chemical Equation 1.1 1.2 Define matter, element, compound, mixtures, solutions and suspensions. Distinguish between, " atoms and molecules", "physical change and chemical change", exothermic and endothermic changes and reactions. Identify exothermic and endothermic reactions from a given list of reactions. Define symbol and formula, valency of elements and radicals.

1.3 1.4

26 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Distinguish between molecular formula, empirical formula and structural formula. Discuss the variations of valency with examples. Define active and latent valency. Define chemical equation . Explain the full meaning of a given chemical equation.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS , CATALIST & CATALYSIS 2 Understand the concept of chemical reactions. 2.1 Define chemical reaction. 2.2 Name the methods of bringing about chemical reaction. 2.3 Give examples of eight different types of chemical reactions with suitable examples. 2.4 Define catalysis and catalyst. 2.5 Mention different types of catalyst with examples. 2.6 List five uses of catalysts in industries. ACID, BASE & SALT 3 Understand acid, base and salt. 3.1 Define acid, base and salt. 3.2 List five properties of acid, base and salt. 3.3 Classify salts according to their chemical properties. 3.4 Explain basicity of an acid and acidity of a base. STATES OF MATTER 4 Understand properties of gases. 4.1 Identify the basic properties of gases. 4.2 Define Boyls law & Charls law, absolute temperature S.T. P /N.T.P 4.3 Deduse the relationship between pressure, volume and temperature of a gas to establish Boyles Law , Charles law and the law of pressure. 4.4 Combine the gas laws to establish the gas equation. 4.5 Establish the partial pressure of mixed gases using Daltons law of partial pressure. 4.6 Solve problems in relation to pressure, volume, temperature and partial pressure of a mixture of gases.

DALTON'S ATOMIC THEORY & AVOGADRO'S HYPOTHESIS 5 Understand Dalton's atomic theory & Avogadro's hypothesis 5.1 List the four postulates of Dalton's atomic theory. 5.2 Explain at least five limitations of Daltons atomic theory. 5.3 State Avogadro's hypothesis . 5.4 Explain Avogadro's constant.

27 5.5 5.6 6 Explain five applications of Avogadro's hypothesis in Chemistry. Solve problems using the knowledge of Avogadro's hypothesis.

Understand chemical equivalent , Atomic & molecular weight. 6.1 Define the chemical equivalent of an element, a compound, a radical, an alkali and a salt. 6.2 Explain the variations in chemical equivalent of an element. 6.3 List four uses of chemical equivalent. 6.4 Define atomic weight and molecular weight. 6.5 Establish a relationship among chemical equivalent, valency and atomic weight. 6.6 Explain four methods of determination of atomic weight. 6.7 Solve problems to find out atomic weight, chemical equivalent and valency. Understand the modern concept of atomic structure. 7.1 State the fundamental particles of atom. 7.2 Explain the following terms: i) Atomic number ii) Isotopes iii) Isobar iv) Gram-atom v) Mass Number and vi) Gram molecular weight. 7.3 Describe Rutherford's and Bohr's atomic model. Understand the quantum numbers. 8.1 Define quantum numbers . 8.2 Explain the significance of the following quantum numbers: i) Principal quantum number ii) Subsidiary quantum number iii) Magnetic quantum number iv) Spin quantum number 8.3 Explain the Pauli's exclusion principle. 8.4 Explain the probability distribution of electrons round the nucleus. 8.5 Define orbit and orbital. Understand the modern periodic table. 9.1 State the periodic law of elements. 9.2 Describe the modern long periodic table. 9.3 Explain the limitations of periodic table. 9.4 Explain the positions of hydrogen in the periodic table. 9.5 Explain the inert properties of zero group of elements. 9.6 Explain the properties of group -l A elements. Understand oxidation and reduction. 10.1 Explain the modern concepts of oxidation and reduction with examples. 10.2 Explain "oxidizing agent" and "reducing agents " with examples. 10.3 Explain the oxidation and reduction takes place simultaneously.


28 10.4 Explain the oxidation number and oxidation state. 10.5 Write the oxidation number of an element from its compounds. Understand the modern concept of chemical bonds. 11.1 Define chemical bond. 11.2 List the different types of bonds. 11.3 Explain the modern concept of ionic bonds . 11.4 Explain the co-valent bonds, co-ordinate bond, Sigma bond, Pie bond. Understand the fundamentals of electrolysis. 12.1 Define electrolysis. 12.2 Differentiate between electrical conductor and electrolyte. 12.3 Explain the process of electrolysis. 12.4 Explain Faraday's laws of electrolysis. 12.5 List at least four Industrial applications of electrolysis. Understand pH value, Acidimetry and Alkalimetry. 13.1 Define pH, acidimetry and alkalimetry. 13.2 Explain pH scale and its uses. 13.3 Explain acidbase titration. 13.4 Explain the method of preparation of normal solutions. 13.5 Define of indicators and their uses. 13.6 Explain buffer solutions and their working mechanism. Understand oxides and hydroxides. 14.1 Define oxide and hydroxide. 14.2 Describe the classification of oxides and hydroxides. 14.3 Explain different types of oxides and hydroxides with examples. Understand the manufacturing process of nitric acid, sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, halogen. 15.1 State the chemical and physical properties of nitric acid, sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid. 15.2 Define halogen. 15.3 Identify the properties and uses of halogen. 15.4 Outline the effects on the environment of the manufacturing and uses of nitric acid, sulfuric acid, chlorine and hydrochloric acid. Understand the production of ammonia and carbon dioxide. 16.1 Explain the methods of production of ammonia. 16.2 Explain the properties of ammonia. 16.3 Describe the nitrogen cycle. 16.4 Compare the properties of CO and CO2 . 16.5 List the uses of carbon dioxide and outline its effects on the environment. Understand the chemical process involved in water treatment. 17.1 Distinguish between hard water and soft water. 17.2 Differentiate between temporary and permanent hardness of water.








29 List at least three disadvantages and three advantages of using hard water. 17.4 Describe the Permutit process of softening hard water by explaining the reactions that take place. 17.5 Explain the ion exchange resin process of softening water. 17.6 Describe chemical tests of water. 18 Understand the extraction and refining process for Iron, Copper, Zinc and Aluminum. 18.1 Compare the properties of metal and non-metal. 18.2 Define (i) ores (ii) roasting (iii) calcination (iv) smelting (v) alloy (vi) slag, (vii) Flux. 18.3 Describe the manufacturing process of iron and copper from its ore. 18.4 Compare the properties of (i) Cast Iron (ii) Iron (iii) Steel (iv) Wrought Iron. 18.5 Give names and formulae of important ores of Iron, Copper, Aluminum and Zinc. 19 Understand the concept of Organic Chemistry and organic compounds. 19.1 Define Organic Chemistry. 19.2 Distinguish between organic and inorganic compounds. 19.3 Explain homologous series of organic compounds. 19.4 List the molecular and structural formulae of methane, ethane, propane and butane. 19.5 Explain functional groups of organic compounds. 20 Understand the aliphatic hydrocarbons. 20.1 Define hydrocarbon, saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. 20.2 Define alkane, alkene and alkynes. 20.3 Explain commons system, derived system and IUPAC system of nomenclature of organic compounds. 20.4 Describe the basic principal of preparation and uses of methane, ethane, ethylene and acetylene. 21 Understand the preparation, properties and uses of alcohols. 21.1 Define Alcohols. 21.2 Explain the classification of alcohol. 21.3 Define the term Enzyme, Fermentation, De-carboxilation, Power Alcohol, Absolute Alcohol . PRACTICAL OBSERVATION AND MEASUREMENT 1. Measure the pH value of unknown solutions to classify them as neutral , acidic or alkalis. 2. Prepare a decinormal solution of sodium bicarbonate. 3. Determine the unknown strength of an acid . Solve by a standard alkalis solution with a suitable indicator. 17.3

30 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF KNOWN SALTS 4. Perform test tube tests for the known salt samples Copper salt, Iron salt, Lead salt, Aluminum salt, Ammonium salt, etc. 5. Perform charcoal oxidation and reduction test for the different salt e.g. such as Lead salt, Copper salt, Iron salt, Calcium salt, etc. 6. Perform tests to detect unknown basic radicals e.g. Lead, Copper, Iron Calcium, Zinc, Aluminium, Magnesium, Ammonium and Sodium. 7. Perform tests to detect unknown acid radicals e.g. chloride, nitrate, carbonate and sulphate.

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33 1112 ENGLISH I T 2 Objectives : After the completion of the course, learners will be able to develop Listening with understanding The fluency of speech Reading with understanding Grammatical accuracy with emphasis on spelling & punctuation Creative writing Transferring information Communicating effectively CONTENTS Seen comprehension Unit Three: Learning English Six: Our Environment Seven: Disasters we live with Eight: Towards Social Awareness Ten: Entertainment Twelve: Personalities Lesson 1 2 3 1 2 7 4 5 2 3 4 4 Title Learning a language Why learn English How to learn English The environment and the ecosystem How the environment is polluted How to manage waste Erosion The shake and the quake Waste not, want not Isnt it too loud! Entertainment through the ages The man behind the Shaheed Minar P 0 C 2

N.B: The Unit mentioned refers to the Text Book (1st Paper) English for Today for class 11 12 by National Curriculum & Text Book Board, Dhaka. GRAMMAR & COMPOSITION 1. Use of Parts of speech ; Articles; Phrasal verbs; Voice; Tense; Agreement of verbs with the subject 2. Sentence : a) Phrases and Clauses & Sentence structure (Assertive, Interrogetive, Optative, Imperative, Exclametory, Simple, Complex and Compound)

34 b) question making: WH, Yes/No, Tag question

3. Verbs: a) Classification of verbs - Auxiliary/modal, principal, transitive, intransitive, causative b) Right form of vervs with indicators 5. Enriching vocabulary: synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones & Homonyms 6. Changing parts of speech & uses of suffix and prefix Guided Writing Writing a guided paragraph with questions.


OBJECTIVES To provide opportunity to acquire knowledge and understanding on : importance of civics and its relationship with other social sciences the relationship of an individual with other individuals in a society social organizations, state and government rule of law , public opinion and political parties UNO and its roles war of liberation and corporate patriotism for securing a position of dignity in the community of nations. SHORT DESCRIPTION

Civics and Social sciences; Individual and Society ; Nation and Nationality; Citizenship; State and Government ; Law; Constitution; Government and its organs; Public Opinion; Political Party; UNO and its organs; War of Liberation Bangladesh. DETAIL DESCRIPTION CIVICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Understand the meaning and scope of Civics. 1.1 State the meaning and scope of Civics 1.2 State the major disciplines belonging to social sciences and their scopes 1.3 Explain the importance of Civics in the personal and social life of an individual. Understand the relationship of Civics with the major disciplines of Social Sciences. State the relationship of civics with Political Science. State the relationship of Civics with Economics. Explain the relationship of Civics with Sociology. Discuss the relationship of Civics with Ethics. INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY Appreciate the relationship of the individual with the society Identify the position of an individual in his/her family and immediate community. State the mode of formation of a society with individuals and their social and economic activities. Define society as an essential institution for human survival. State the relationship among the individuals in the society.

36 NATION AND NATIONALITY Appreciate the concepts of nationality and nation. discuss the term , nation Explain the meaning of nationality. Differentiate between nation and nationality. Name the elements of nationality. Explain the criteria of Bangladesh nationalism. CITIZENSHIP Understand the rights and duties of a citizen. Describe the meaning of citizenship. Differentiate between a citizen and an alien. Discuss the methods of acquiring citizenship. State the causes of losing citizenship. Describe the rights of a citizen. State the need for developing good citizenship. STATE AND GOVERNMENT Appreciate the relationship between the state and government. Explain the meaning of state. Discuss the elements of state. Define government . Differentiate between state and government. Discuss the relationship between state and government. RULE OF LAW Understand the concept of rule of law. Define law Discuss the rule of law. State the sources of law. CONSTITUTION Understand the classification of constitution. Explain the different forms of constitution. Explain the merits and demerits of different forms of constitution. State the salient features of Bangladesh constitution. FORMS OF GOVERNMENT Understand the forms and organs of government. Discuss the modern classification of the forms of government. Explain the democratic form of government. Distinguish between cabinet form of government and presidential form of government. Differentiate between unitary form of government and federal form of government. Describe the main organs of government. State the functions of legislature , executive and judiciary.

37 PUBLIC OPINION AND POLITICAL PARTIES Understand the importance of the formation of public opinion. Define public opinion. Explain the importance of public opinion in the modern democratic society. Discuss the role of different media in forming public opinion. Understand the role of political parties in the affairs of state and government. Define a political party. Discuss the importance of political parties in democracy. Describe the functions of political parties. Enumerate the merits and demerits of party system. UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION (UNO) Understand the role of UNO in maintaining world peace. Explain the major functions of UNO. State the composition and functions of General Assembly. Describe the composition and functions of Security Council. Discuss the functions of other organizations and specialized agencies of UNO. Discuss the role of Bangladesh in the UNO. WAR OF LIBERATION BANGLADESH Appreciate the events of the war of liberation of Bangladesh and the roles of martyrs and freedom fighters. Describe 52 Language Movement in the background of prevailing social, cultural and political conditions. State the major events leading to movement for autonomy for East Pakistan. Describe the major events leading to holding for general election in 1970. Describe the events leading to war of liberation and achievement of independence of Bangladesh. Discuss the need for patriotism for upholding the ideals of martyrs and the spirit of nationalism.






AIMS To provide the students with an opportunity to acquire knowledge skill in the basic area of the workshop practice with special emphasis on: mold and cores making. foundry work and symbols related to foundry work. tools, measuring instruments, machines and equipments different metal and fitting works. foundry materials and patterns melting funnels melting and casting. bench work. Welding and gas cutting. SHORT DESCRIPTION Foundry works; Terms and symbols; Tools & equipment; Foundry materials; Foundry patterns; Melting furnaces; Mold making; Costing process; Core making, Welding; Metal cutting. DETAIL DESCRIPTION Theory: 1 Understand the concept of foundry work. 1.1 Mention the meaning of foundry work. 1.2 Classify works carried out in the foundry. 1.3 Describe foundry processes. 1.4 Mention the safety rules and house keeping applied to the foundry. 2 Understand the terms and symbols related to the foundry works. 2.1 Define the terms used for patterns, mold and casting. 2.2 Identify various types of pattern and pattern materials. 2.3 Describe the color code and symbols used for patterns. 2.4 Describe draft allowance, machining allowance, shrinkage allowance, etc. 3 Understand the application of tools and equipment used in the foundry. 3.1 Describe pattern making, molding, melting and casting tools & equipment. 3.2 Mention the uses of common foundry tools & equipment. 3.3 State the safety rules applied to foundry tools and equipment. 3.4 Describe care and maintenance of foundry tools and equipment. 4 Understand the application of foundry materials.

40 4.1 Identify sand, binders and additives used as foundry materials. 4.2 Identify ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys used for casting. 4.3 Describe the uses of various degassing chemicals and other additives. 5 Understand shell molding, lost wax process and other precision casting methods. 5.1 Describe the shell pattern making process. 5.2 Describe the lost wax process. 5.3 Describe different types of casting methods 5.4 Identify materials used for patterns. 5.5 Identify various exotic binders used in shell molding. 6 Understand the application of melting furnaces. 6.1 Mention the classification of melting furnace. 6.2 Describe the construction and operation of cupola. 6.3 Describe the construction and operation of cupola crucible and pit. 6.4 Mention the uses of different types of furnace. 7 Understand the principle of mold making. 7.1 Describe different types of molds which are commonly used. 7.2 Describe moisture content, additives, binders, sand strength, permeability and other mould testers. 7.3 Describe the mold making processes (ramming, venting, gating, coating, drying, etc.) 8 Understand the concept of casting process. 8.1 Describe the melting and degassing process. 8.2 Describe the processes of pouring, clearing and finishing (fettling). 8.3 Mention the safety rules applied to foundry melting and pouring. 9 Understand the concept of core making process. 9.1 Describe the necessity of cores. 9.2 Mention different types of core making materials. 9.3 Describe core making process. 10 Understand the process of welding. 10.1 Explain the importance and use of welding process. 10.2 Classify various types of welding with their applications. 10.3 List the tools and equipment required for welding process. 10.4 List the equipment & tools required for gas welding process. 10.5 Mention the application of resistance welding. 10.6 Identify the safety procedure to be followed in various welding. 11 Understand the process of metal cutting by gas. 11.1 Explain the metal cutting process by gas. 11.2 List the tools & equipment required for metal cutting by gas. 11.3 State the construction and function of the cutting torch. Practical: 1 Perform the job of pattern making. 1.1 Select wood pattern shape produce simple single sided pattern.

41 1.2 Perform draft angles. 1.3 Select color code for finishing the pattern 1.4 Follow safety rules applied to pattern making. Perform sand molding. 2.1 Prepare a suitable sand for green sand mold making. 2.2 Prepare a sand mold using drag and cope on sand bed. 2.3 Vent the mold, split drug cope, remove the pattern and dry it. 2.4 Dry with mold coating. 2.5 Prepare a pouring basin and pouring gates in mold surface. Perform the melting techniques. 3.1 Prepare clean and inspect furnace before use. 3.2 Melt metal scrap, remove slag applying degassing chemicals and pour molten metal. 3.3 Follow safety rules applied to metal melting. Perform cleaning, fettling and inspection techniques. 4.1 Remove casted product from mold, clean with water, air or wire brush, remove flashing, runners and risers and clean the casted product. 4.2 Use chisels, hacksaws, grinders and other machineries in the fitting process. 4.3 Inspect casted product visually for casting defects. 4.4 Follow safety rules applied to the casting inspection. Perform welding, brazing and soldering. 5.1 Select welding tools and equipment. 5.2 Prepare job for welding joint. 5.3 Select the current and voltage in the machine for specified job. 5.4 Select the appropriate electrode for specified job. 5.5 Make different types of welding joint (lap, butt, tee, corner etc.) 5.6 Select tools and equipment for soldering and brazing. 5.7 Make soldering and brazing joint. Perform gas welding. 6.1 Select tools and equipment for gas welding. 6.2 Regulate proper gas pressure for specified job. 6.3 Select appropriate filler rod for specified job. 6.4 Select appropriate flame for welding. Perform resistance welding. 7.1 Identify the resistance welding machine. 7.2 Identify accessories and tools for resistance welding. 7.3 Make different types joint in different resistance welding machine.


42 1 2 3 4 5 6 Foundry Engineering T. R. Banga, T. L. Agarwal Small Scale Foundries for Developing Countries J. D. Harper Basic Sheet Metal Practice J. W. Giachino Prathomic Fitting Sikkha Hemanta Kumar Bhattacharia Metal Fabrication Robert L. Ocon Sheet Metal Work Blackburn & Cassidy


AIMS To provide the student with an opportunity to acquire knowledge, skill and attitude in the area of semiconductor theory, electronic circuits and devices with special emphasis on: semi-conductor materials semi-conductor diodes and special diodes bipolar transistor and amplifier JFET and MOSFET.

SHORT DESCRIPTION Semiconductor theory, Diode circuits; Special purpose diodes; Bipolar transistor; Transistor biasing circuits; CE, CB, CC amplifiers; Class A, B, C, amplifiers; JFET; MOSFET; Negative feedback; Regulated Power supplies and oscillators; DETAIL DESCRIPTION Theory : 1 Understand Semiconductor theory. 1.1 Describe the method of formation of crystal by semiconductor atom. 1.2 Describe the conduction in crystal. 1.3 Describe the doping method. 1.4 Describe the unbiased condition of diode. 1.5 Explain the forward bias condition of diode. 1.6 Explain the reverse bias condition of diode. 1.7 Differentiate between forward and reverse bias. 2 Understand the operation of Diode Circuits. 2.1 Describe the operation of half wave rectifier. 2.2 Describe the operation of full wave rectifier, 2.3 Describe the operation of bridge rectifier. 2.4 Describe the operation of capacitor input filter. 2.5 Explain the working principle of voltage multiplier. 2.6 Describe the operation of limiter. 2.7 Describe the operation of DC clamper.

Understand the operation of Special purpose Diodes.

44 3.1 Describe the operation of Zener diode. 3.2 Describe the working principle of Zener Regulator. 3.3 Describe the operations of optoelectronic devices. 3.4 Describe the operation of Schottky diode. 3.5 Explain the working principle of Varactor diode. 3.6 Explain the working principle of Tunnel diode. 3.7 Describe the operation and application of Varistor. Understand the basic features of Bipolar Transistors. 4.1 Describe the emitter and collector diodes, unbiased transistor and method of biasing of transistor. 4.2 Describe the forward-reverse bias of transistor. 4.3 Explain the CE connection of transistor. 4.4 Describe the transistor characteristics. 4.5 Explain the DC load lines. 4.6 Describe the transistor as a switch. Understand the features Transistor Biasing Circuits. 5.1 Explain the base bias method. 5.2 Describe the emitter feedback bias method. 5.3 Describe the collector feedback bias method. 5.4 Explain the voltage divider bias method. 5.5 Describe emitter bias method. Understand the operation of CE, CB and CC amplifiers. 6.1 Describe the working principle of grounded emitter amplifier. 6.2 State the function of swamped amplifier. 6.3 Explain the method of cascading of amplifiers. 6.4 Describe the operation of CC amplifier. 6.5 Explain the function of an emitter follower. 6.6 Describe the operation of Darlington amplifier. 6.7 Describe the working principle of common base amplifier. Understand the basic features of class A and B power amplifiers. 7.1 Explain the class A operation. 7.2 Explain the class B operation. 7.3 Describe the operation of class B power amplifier. 7.4 Describe the biasing method class A & B amplifier. 7.5 State the function of class B driver. Understand the operation of class C amplifier. 8.1 Describe the operation of class C operation. 8.2 Derive the relations for class C amplifiers. 8.3 Describe the function of frequency multiplier. Understand the features of JFETs. 9.1 Describe the schematic symbol, biasing gate, cut-off voltage, high input resistance, drain curves, transconductance curve of JFET. 9.2 Describe the gate bias and self bias of JFET.

45 9.3 Describe the voltage divider and source bias of JFET. 9.4 Describe the current source bias method. 9.5 Explain the transconductance of JFET. 9.6 Describe the operation of CS amplifier. 9.7 Describe the operation of CD amplifier. 9.8 Describe the operation of CG amplifier. 9.9 Mention the applications of JFET. 10 Understand the concept of MOSFETs. 10.1 State the function of depletion type MOSFET. 10.2 Explain the method of biasing of depletion type MOSFET. 10.3 Mention the application of depletion type MOSFET and enhancement type MOSFET. 10.4 Describe the function of Enhancement type MOSFET. 10.5 Explain the biasing method of enhancement type MOSFETs. 10.6 Describe the operation of CMOS inverter and Vmos. Practical : 1. 2. Show the skill in determining semiconductor diode (V-I) characteristics. Show the skill in measuring input and output voltage of the given semiconductor diode rectifier circuit, such as half wave rectifier, full wave rectifier and bridge rectifier circuit. Determine the forward and reverse (V-I) characteristics for Zener diode. Show the skill in testing different types of transistors. Show the skill in measuring operating points (VCE and IC) for fixed bias circuit. Show the skill in measuring operating points (VCE and IC) for potential divider type biasing circuit. Show the skill in determining input and output characteristics of common transistor connections. Show the skill in determining input and output characteristics of common emitter transistor connection. Show the skill in plotting input and output characteristics of JFET in common source mode. Show the skill in determining characteristics of MOSFET. Study the operation of any transistor class-B power amplifier. Demonstrate the operation of Hartley & Colpitt oscillator.

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46 To develop ability to prepare of orthographic, isometric and oblique freehand sketches of mechanical engineering components. To provide ability to prepare orthographic, isometric and oblique drawing of mechanical engineering components. To enable in drawing sections and intersections adopting ISO drawing conventions. To provide basic competence in preparing the drawing of a simple building.

SHORT DESCRIPTION Freehand sketching; Drawing orthographic views; Preparing isometric and oblique drawing; Drawing sections and conventions; Preparing simple building drawing. DETAIL DESCRIPTION 1 Prepare freehand sketches of mechanical engineering components. 1.1 Sketch freehand pictorial views of mechanical engineering components (like ball peen hammer, hand wheels, step pulley, etc). 1.2 Sketch freehand orthographic views of mechanical engineering components. Construct first and third angle orthographic views. 2.1 Identify orthographic projection in 1st and 3rd angle. 2.2 Choose minimum required number of views and complete orthographic drawing of mechanical engineering components. 2.3 Draw three views of a machine part having hidden features. 2.4 Identify and draw the missing view and missing line/lines in a drawing of mechanical engineering component . Prepare oblique drawing. 3.1 Identify oblique drawing. 3.2 Draw oblique circle. 3.3 Draw oblique views from the orthographic drawing or actual component. 3.4 Dimension the oblique drawing. Prepare isometric drawing. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Identify the isometric drawing. Draw an isometric circle. Draw oblique views from orthographic views or actual object using isometric scale. Put dimensions on isometric drawing.


Adopt ISO sectioning conventions. 5.1 5.2 Draw sectional symbols used for different materials as per ISO convention. Draw different sectional views of mechanical engineering components.


Prepare drawing of a simple building. 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Identify the conventions and symbols used in building drawing. Identify the different parts of a building in a drawing. Draw a plan of a single storied building. Draw elevation and section of the same building conventionally and put dimensions.

REFERENCE BOOKS 1 2 3 4 Prathomic Engineering Drawing Hemanta Kumar Bhattacharia Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing French & Vierck A Manual of Engineering Drawing French & Vierck Mechanical Drawing French Svensen


AIMS To enable to recognize commonly used machine tools. To provide understanding of functions of commonly used machine tools. To develop skills in setting and operating of the machine tools. To provide ability to set and operate commonly used allied tools and accessories.

SHORT DESCRIPTION Machine tools: Lathe machine; Drilling machine; Shaper and planer; Grinding machine; Measuring techniques. DETAIL DESCRIPTION Theory : 1 Understand the concept of machine tools. 1.1 State what is meant by machine tools. 1.2 Classify commonly used machine tools. 1.3 List essential features of commonly used machine tools. 1.4 State general safety precautions to be observed in machine shop. Understand the application of lathe machine. 2.1 Identify different types of lathe machines. 2.2 Identify major components of lathe machine. 2.3 Explain the function of different parts and attachments of lathe machine. 2.4 Carry out basic calculations for speed and feed for lathe works. 2.5 State safety precautions during working on a lathe. 2.6 Identify single point cutting tools, materials, cutting angles and their relevant functions. Understand the application of drilling machine. 3.1 Identify different types of drilling machine. 3.2 Explain the function of different drilling machines. 3.3 Identify major components of drilling machine. 3.4 Illustrate workholding methods. 3.5 Carry out basic calculations for speed and feed. 3.6 State safety precautions during working on a drilling machine.

49 3.7 Identify different types of twist drill, materials, cutting angles and their relevant functions.

Understand the application of shaper and planer. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 Identify the shaping and planing machines. Identify major components of shaping machine. Describe the quick return mechanism and ram adjustments. Explain how to set a workpiece on the machine table of shaper. Compare the differences between a shaper and planer. Identify typical operations for both shaper and planer. State safety precautions during working on the shaper.

Understand the application of grinding machine. 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Identify different types of grinding machines. Distinguish surface grinder, cylindrical grinder and pedestal/bench grinder. Explain the need for grinding wheel balancing. Identify typical operations for the pedestal and surface grinder. State safety precautions during working on grinding machine. Identify grinding wheel types, bonds and uses.

Practical : 1 Demonstrate the setting and operating of lathe machine. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Perform simple setting up of machine, workpiece, tool bit and setting machine speed and feed. Carry out machining operations for facing, parallel turning, center drilling. Produce a job to an engineering drawing specification. Carry out additional machining operations of knurling, taper turning, drilling, parting off, simple screw cutting and boring. Sharpen a number of commonly used single point cutting tools using pedestal grinder. Observe workshop safety precautions.

50 2 Demonstrate the setting and operating of shaping machine. 2.1 Perform simple setting up of machine, workpiece, tool bit, speed and feeds, ram position and stroke. 2.2 Carry out machining operation for parallel shaping and vertical face shaping. 2.3 Produce a simple job to an engineering drawing specification. 2.4 Observe workshop safety precautions. Demonstrate the setting and operating of a drilling machine. 3.1 Perform simple setting up of machine, workpiece, drill bit, speeds and feeds. 3.2 Sharpen a twist drill on the pedestal grinder. 3.3 Drill a number of holes with appropriate drill bit. 3.4 Observe workshop safety precautions. Demonstrate the setting and operating of a grinding machine. 4.1 Determine type of wheel, grit, bond, balance and soundness by ringing. 4.2 Mount grinding wheel on machine spindle. 4.3 Use the pedestal grinder to grind single point tools and drill bits. 4.4 Perform simple setting up of surface grinding machine workpiece, magnetic chuck, hydraulic system of machine feed. 4.5 Produce a job to an engineering drawing specification. 4.6 Observe ground surface finish, grain direction, bouncing of wheel. 4.7 Carry out wheel dressing exercise on both pedestal grinder and surface grinder. 4.8 Observe workshop safety precautions. Demonstrate workshop maintenance practice. 5.1 Produce a maintenance schedule common used in machine shop. 5.2 Carry out simple maintenance procedures, including lubrication. 5.3 Observe workshop safety precautions.

REFERENCE BOOKS 5 Basic Machine Shop Practice I & II V. K. Tejwani 6 Workshop Technology I, II & III W. A. J Chapman 7 Machine Shop Practice I & II Berghardt 8 Machine Shop Practice Somenath De 9 Sheet Metal Work Blackburn & Cassidy 1421 MATHEMATICS II TP 33 C 4

51 OBJECTIVES To enable in solving the simultaneous equations with the help of determinant. To make understand the binomial expansion for negative and fractional index. To enable to calculate the areas of regular polygons , hexagons, octagon, hydraulic mean depth (HMD) of a channel, area occupied by water of circular culvert. excavation work. To provide the ability to calculate volume of regular solids like pyramid frustum of pyramid, prismoid, wedge and area of curved surfaces .

SHORT DESCRIPTION Algebra: Determinants, Partial Fractions, Binomial theorem for negative integral index, Exponential Series. Trigonometry: Inverse circular functions, Properties of triangle and solution of triangles. Menstruation: Area of rectangles, squares, triangles, quadrilaterals, parallelograms, rhombus, trapezium, circle, sector, segment; Volume of rectangular solids, prism, parallelepiped , pyramids, cones , spheres, frustum of pyramid and cone; Area of curved surface of prism. Cylinder cone, pyramid and frustum of cone. DETAIL DESCRIPTION ALGEBRA : 1 Apply determinants to solve simultaneous equations. 1.1 Expand a third order determinant. 1.2 Define minor and co-factors. 1.3 State the properties of determinants. 1.4 Solve the problems of determinants. 1.5 Apply Cramers rule to solve the linear equation.

52 2 Apply partial fraction to break the numerator and denominator. 2.1 Define proper and improper fractions. 2.2 Resolve in to partial fraction of the followings types : a) Denominator having a non-repeated linear factor. b) Denominator having a repeated linear factor. c) Denominator having a quadratic factors. d) Denominator having a combination of repeated, non-repeated and quadratic factors . Solve problems using binomial theorem 3.1 Write down the binomial theorem for negative and fractional index. 3.2 Solve problems of the followings types: Expand i) (1 nx ) 4
1 n


1 4.08

Understand exponential series. 4.1 Define e. 4.2 Prove that e is finite and lies between 2 and 3. 4.3 4.4 i) 1 + Prove that e

=1 +

x x2 x3 x4 + + + ....... to L1 L2 L3 L4

Solve problems of the followings types :

1 1 1 + 4 + 6 + ......... to 2 L L L 1 1+ 2 1+ 2 + 3 1+ 2 + 3 + 4 ii) 2 + 3 + + + ....... to L L L4 L5

TRIGONOMETRY 5 Apply the concept of inverse circular function. 5.1 Explain the term inverse circular function and principal value of a trigonometrical ratio. 5.2 Deduce mathematically the fundamental relations of different circular functions. 5.3 Convert a given inverse circular function in terms of other functions. 5.4 Prove mathematically i) ii) iii) tan 1 x + tan 1 y = tan 1

x+y . 1 xy

tan 1 x + tan 1 y + tan 1 z = tan 1

sin 1 x + sin 1 y = sin 1 x 1 y 2 + y 1 x 2

x + y + z xyz 1 xy yz zx

53 iv) 5.5 2 tan 1 x = sin 1

2 2x 2x 1 1 x =cos =tan1 2 2 1+ x 1+ x 1 x2

Solve problems of the following types. 1 1 a) 2 tan 1 3 + tan 1 4 = 4 b) cos tan 1 cot sin 1 x = x. c) Prove that the area of the segment cut from a circle of radius r by a chord at a distance d from the centre is given by K= r 2 d cos 1 r d r 2 d 2 Apply the principle of properties of triangles. 6.1 Prove the followings identities : b c a i) sinA = sinB = sinC =2R . ii) a 2 = b 2 +c 2 2bc cos A iii) a = b cos C c cos B . 1 iv) = 2 bc sin A. 6.2 Establish the followings. a) tan

A 2

(s b )(s c ) s(s a )
b-c b+c cot

b) tan

B-C 2 abc

A 2


4R Solve the problems of the following types: bc i) Prove cos (B C) + cos A = 2R ii) An object experiences two forces F1 and F2 of magnitude 9 and 13 Newtons with an angle 1000 between their directions. Find the magnitude of the resultant R.

c) =

Apply the concept of area of triangle. 7.1 Find the area of triangle in the form,

i) ii)

A= A=

3 2 a , a = length of a side of equilateral triangle. 4

c 4

4a 2 c 2 , where

a= length of equal sides,

c= third side.

54 iii) A= s (s a )(s b )(s c ) , where a, b, c = length of the sides of a triangle and 2s is the perimeter of the triangle.


Use formula in 7.1 to solve problems.

Apply the concept of finding areas of quadrilateral & Parallelogram. 8.1 Define quadrilateral & Parallelogram. 8.2 Find the areas of quadrilateral when off sets are given. 8.3 Find the areas of a parallelogram. 8.4 Solve problems using above formulae. Apply the concept of finding areas of rhombus & trapezium. 9.1 Define rhombus & trapezium. 9.2 Find the areas of rhombus when the diagonals are given. 9.3 Find the areas of trapezium in terms of its parallel sides and the perpendicular distance between them. 9.4 Solve problems related to rhombus & trapezium. Apply the concept of finding areas of regular polygon. 10.1 Define a regular polygon. 10.2 Find the area of a regular polygon of n sides, when i) the length of one side and the radius of inscribed circle are given. ii) the length of one side and the radius of circumscribed circle are given. 10.3 Find the area of a regular . a) hexagon b) octagon when length of side is given. 10.4 Solve problems of the followings types: A hexagonal polygon 6 m length of each side has a 20 cm width road surrounded the polygon. Find the area of the road. Understand areas of circle , sector and segment. 11.1 Define circle, circumference, sector and segment. 11.2 Find the circumference and area of a circle when its radius is given. 11.3 Find the area of sector and segment of a circle. 11.4 Solve problems related to the above formulae. Apply the concept of volume of a rectangular solid. 12.1 Define rectangular solid and a cube. 12.2 Find geometrically the volume of a rectangular solid when its length, breadth and height are given. 12.3 Find the volume and diagonal of a cube when side is given. 12.4 Solve problems with the help of 12.2 & 12.3. Apply the concept of the volume of a prism and a parallelepiped.





55 Define a prism, parallelepiped and a cylinder. Find the volume of prism, parallelepiped and cylinder when base and height are given. 13.3 Solve problems related to 13.2. Apply the concept of the volume of pyramid, cone and sphere. 14.1 Define pyramid, cone and sphere. 14.2 Explain the formula for volume of pyramid, cone and sphere. 14.3 Solve problems related to 14.2.
Apply the concept of surface area of prism, cylinder and cone.

13.1 13.2



15.1 15.2

Explain the formulae for areas of curved surfaces of prism cylinder and cone. Solve problems related to15.1.

1412 PHYSICS-I T 3 P 3 C 4


To provide the students a background of basic science i.e. Physics required for understanding technological subjects. To develop a working knowledge of common engineering and industrial materials and to enable to determine through experiments the properties of such materials. To develop through experiments an understanding of fundamental scientific concept. To develop a basic knowledge and concept of physical properties of common engineering and industrial materials.


Units and Measurements; Vector and Scalar quantities; Motion and Equations of motion; Force and Newtons Laws of motion; Gravity and Gravitation; Simple Harmonic motion; Hydrostatics; Pressure, Density and Specific gravity; Sound : Concepts and nature of sound, Velocity of sound, Resonance, Ultrasonic. DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Theory : UNITS AND MEASUREMENTS 1 Understand units and measurements. 1.1 List the fundamental SI units for measuring time, mass, distance, temperature, electricity, light and substance. 1.2 Identify the symbols for fundamental units and some common derived SI units. 1.3 Solve problems on multiples and sub-multiples of SI units of measurement using prefix and symbols. 1.4 Identify the common instruments used to measure fundamental SI units and compare their operation and accuracy. 1.5 Identify suitable accurate measuring instruments for measuring time, mass, distance and temperature in a given situation.

VECTOR AND SCALAR QUANTITIES Understand vector and scalar quantities. Define vector quantities with examples.

57 Define scalar quantities with examples. Show the various presentations of the vector quantities. Distinguish between vector and scalar quantities. Find the resultant of two vectors in different directions. Define laws of triangle of vector. Solve problems relating to vector and scalar quantities . MOTION AND EQUATIONS OF MOTION Understand motion and equations of motion. Define rest and motion. Classify motion. Define displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration and retardation. Explain the units of measurement of speed, velocity, acceleration and retardation. Deduce the relationship between displacement, velocity, acceleration and retardation from these definitions. Distinguish between (i) speed and velocity (ii) velocity and acceleration. Solve problems relating to motion and equation of motion. Understand circular motion Define circular motion. Define angular velocity and linear velocity with their units. Distinguish between angular velocity and linear velocity. Calculate, length = radius angular distance. Deduce the relation between angular velocity and linear velocity. Define centripetal and centrifugal force with examples. Prove centrifugal force =

mv 2 r

Solve problems relating to circular motion. FORCE AND NEWTON'S LAWS OF MOTION Understand force. Define force. Define different units of force and their correlation and also mention the dimension of force. Define different types of action and reaction, which creates different types of force. State the laws of parallelogram of forces, and calculate the resultant of two forces acting at a point. Resolve a force into horizontal and vertical components. Define parallel force and a couple. Find out the resultant of parallel forces. Understand Newton's laws of motion. Define inertia and momentum. State the simple units and dimension of momentum.

58 State and prove the principles of conservation of momentum. State Newtons laws of motion. Verify the principle of conservation of momentum. Prove P=mf, from Newton's 2nd law of motion. Solve problems relating to Newtons laws of motion. GRAVITY AND GRAVITATION Understand gravity and gravitation. Define and explain the Kepler's Law. Define gravity and gravitation. State the laws of gravity and gravitation. Define and determine the gravitational constant (G) and also mention its units and dimension. Define acceleration due to gravity 'g' and also mention its units and dimension. Discuss the variation of 'g' at different places. Define mass and weight with their units and dimension. Distinguish between mass and weight. State and explain the laws of falling bodies and mention the equation of motion of a body when it is projected vertically upwards or downwards. Solve problems relating to gravity and gravitation. SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION (SHM) Understand simple harmonic motion. Define simple harmonic motion (SHM). State the characteristics of SHM. Describe a simple pendulum and a second pendulum. Define effective length, amplitude, phase, complete oscillation, period of oscillation, frequency. State and explain the laws of simple pendulum. Describe a compound pendulum. Discuss the conditions under which a pendulum clock will go slow or fast. Draw L T2 graph and calculate the value of 'g' for a specific effective length. Solve problems relating to simple harmonic motion.

WORK, POWER AND ENERGY Understand work, power and energy. Define work, power and energy. State the units and dimensions of work, power and energy. State and prove the principle of the conservation of energy. Define potential energy ( PE ) and kinetic energy ( KE ). . Derive the equation of potential and kinetic energy. Show that the K.E. gained by a falling body is equal to the P.E. lost by the body. Describe transformation of energy and mention the mass-energy relation.

59 Recognize that the useful work can be found from: output work efficiency = 100. input work Solve problems relating to work, power and energy. ELASTICITY Understand the concept of elasticity. Name some of the general and special properties of matter. Define Elasticity and Elastic limit. Define perfectly elastic body and perfectly rigid body. Define stress and strain with their units and dimensions. State and explain the Hooks law. Describe various kinds of modulus of elasticity. Mention the units and dimensions of modulus of elasticity. Define Poissons ratio and determine the Youngs modulus of elasticity by Searles method. Solve problems relating to elasticity. FRICTION Understand Friction Define friction. Describe the different kinds of friction. Define the laws of static friction. Define the co-efficient of static friction. Describe the angle of static friction and angle of repose. Describe the laws of kinetic friction. State the co-efficient and angle of kinetic friction. Show that the co-efficient of static friction is equal to the tangent of angle of repose. Describe an experiment to determine the co-efficient of static friction. State the merits and demerits of friction. Solve problems relating to friction. HYDROSTATICS Understand behavior of fluids. Define pressure as force per unit area and state that it is measured in N/m2 or Pa (Pascal). State characteristics of liquid pressure. Establish that pressure at a point in a fluid is dependent upon the density of the fluid, the depths in the fluid and acceleration due to gravity. Calculate the magnitude of pressure at a point within a fluid. Identify that the pressure at a point on an immersed surface in a fluid is not dependent upon the area of the surface or the volume of fluid. Calculate fluid pressure in different liquids at different depths in cylinders of different diameters.

60 Solve problems relating to hydrostatics. DENSITY AND SPECIFIC GRAVITY Understand density and specific gravity State and prove Archimede's Principle. Define density and specific gravity. State the units of density and specific gravity. Distinguish between specific gravity and density. Show that in S.I. system the density is thousand times greater than its specific gravity. Establish the density of water at different temperatures. Find out specific gravity of solids and liquids. Solve problems relating to density and specific gravity. SOUND Understand nature and behavior of sound. Identify that sound is produced by vibration and travels through a medium as a longitudinal wave. Distinguish between the production and behavior of longitudinal and transverse waves. Recognize that sound can be produced of different pitches (frequencies) & that the human ear has an audible frequency range covering approximately 20 Hz to 20 KHz. State the approximate frequency range for a. infrasonic sound b. ultrasonic (supersonic) sound. Explain how sound is absorbed, reflected & refracted by different types of surface. Describe the practical uses of echo sounding devices. Define velocity of sound. State the velocity of sound at NTP in still air. Compare the effects of pressure, temperature & humidity on the velocity of sound in air. PRACTICAL Observations and Measurements 1. Determine accurate diameter/side of an object using vernier calipers. 2. Measure the diameter of a wire by micrometer screw gage. 3. Measure the thickness of a glass plate by spherometer. 4. Verify the law of parallelogram of forces by a force board. 5. Verify the Newton's 2nd law of motion. 6. Determine the value of 'g' by using a simple pendulum. 7. Determine the coefficient of static friction. 8. Verify Hooks law. 9. Determine Youngs modulus of a steel wire by Searles apparatus. 10. Verify Archimedes principle.

61 11. 12. 13. 14. Determine gravity of a solid heavier than and insoluble in water by hydrostatic balance. Determine specific gravity of a solid lighter than & insoluble in water by hydrostatic balance. Determine specific gravity of a liquid by specific gravity bottle. Determine velocity of sound by resonance air column method.

1121 Dk 1. 2. BANGLA II T 2 P 0 C 2

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1122 ENGLISH II T 2 P 0 C 2


After the completion of the course, learners will be able to develop Reading and writing skills Grammatical accuracy with emphasis on spelling & punctuation Information Collection Creative Writing Effective Communication and Correspondence
CONTENTS Seen comprehension Thirteen: We and Our Rights Fourteen: Human Resources Fifteen: Towards Social Development Sixteen: Wonders Home and Abroad Eighteen: World Heritage Nineteen : Healthy Living Twenty: Jobs and Professions Twenty-one: Globalisation

2 3 3 1 2 3 5

Women have rights too Enriching the workforce Work all, prosper all The Sangsad Bhaban The Jamuna Multi-Purpose Bridge The Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur The disabled among us

2 How can I be self-employed? 3 Self-help a key to success 1 The world as a global village 3 Modern technology and globalization 6 Globalisation and English N.B: The Unit mentioned refers to the Text Book (1st Paper) English for Today for class 11 12 by National Curriculum & Text Book Board, Dhaka.

Unit One: Pronouns & Determiners Eight: Use of Direct & Indirect Speech

Lesson 3 2

Title Determiners Changing Speech

Twelve: Further Use of Preposition Thirteen: Further Uses of Articles Fourteen: Idiom and Phrase

2 1 9

Appropriate Prepositions Uses of Articles Some common Idioms

N.B: The Unit mentioned refers to the Text Book (2nd Paper) English Grammar and Composition for class XI - XII by National Curriculum & Text Book Board, Dhaka.

Area of interest: With hints/ key words National, Social, Political Problems: Terrorism, Drug Addiction, Acid Violence, Dowry, Load shedding, Price Hike, Gender Discrimination, Traffic Jam, Deforestation etc.
Calamities: Drought, Erosion, Flood, Cyclone, Earth quake, Landslide etc. National days and festivals: International Mother Language Day, Independence Day, Victory Day, Pahela Baishakh, May Day etc. Scientific Development: Satellite, Optical Fiber, E-mail, Internet & Agricultural Development. Environment Pollution: Water, Air, Sound, Global Warming. Heritage sites: The Sundarbans, National Memorial, Coxs Bazar Sea Beach, Bhashani Novo Theatre. Industries: Garments, Textile, Poultry, Leather, Ceramics, Fertilizer. 1. 2. 3.

Writing a short composition Writing a report on a situtation/event/incident. Writing a formal letter/CV.


1. Asking Questions : WH, Yes/No, Tag questions 2. Conversations on real life situations a) Today's market price b) About festival c) Preparation for the examination

65 d) Last day of examination e) Visit to place of interest f) Choice of profession g) Current Topics from Newspapers.


OBJECTIVES To provide opportunity to acquire knowledge and understanding on : the basic concepts and principles of economics and human endeavor in the economic system. the realities of Bangladesh economy and the current problems confronting the country. the role of Diploma Engineers in industries. occupations and career planning for Diploma Engineers. Engineering Team. SHORT DESCRIPTION

Nature, scope and importance of Economics; Basic concepts of Economics utility, wealth, consumption, income and savings; Production meaning, nature, factors and laws; Demand and Supply; Scale of production and organization; Division of Labor; Current economic problems of Bangladesh; Role of Diploma Engineers in the economic development of Bangladesh; Occupations and career planning; Engineering team.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION NATURE, SCOPE AND IMPORTANCE OF ECONOMICS 1 Understand the importance of the study of Economics.

1.1 Discuss the definitions of Economics as given by eminent economists. 1.2 Describe the scope of Economics. 1.3 Discuss the relation of Economics with other Social Sciences. BASIC CONCEPTS OF ECONOMICS 2 Understand fundamental concepts of Economics 2.1 Define commodity. 2.2 Define utility. 2.3 Differentiate between value in use and value in exchange. 2.4 Explain wealth with its characteristics. 2.5 Discuss the term, consumption. 2.6 Define income. 2.7 Explain the term, savings. PRODUCTION : MEANING, NATURE AND LAWS 3 Understand the process of production.

67 3.1 Discuss production mode and process. 3.2 Explain the nature of different factors of production. 3.3 Describe the relative importance of factors of production. 4 Understand the concept of the law of diminishing returns in the production process. 4.1 Discuss the law of diminishing returns. 4.2 State the application and limitations of the law of diminishing returns. 4.3 Discuss the law of increasing returns. 4.4 Define the law of constant returns. 4.5 Draw the curve of diminishing returns. DEMAND AND SUPPLY 5 Appreciate the importance of the concept of elasticity of demand. Illustrate the law of diminishing utility. Define marginal utility and explain the law of diminishing marginal utility. Define the term, demand. Describe elasticity of demand and factors which determine the elasticity of demand. 5.5 Describe elasticity of supply with the help of a supply curve. SCALE AND ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION 6 Distinguish between small scale and large scale production. 6.1 Describe the factors which determine the scale of production. 6.2 Discuss the large scale production with its advantages and disadvantages. 6.3 Describe the domain of small scale production with its advantages and disadvantages in the context of Bangladesh. 6.4 Distinguish between a large scale industry and a small scale industry. DIVISION OF LABOR 7 Understand Utility of Division of Labor. 7.1 Define division of labor. 7.2 Describe the kinds of division of labor. 7.3 Explain the advantages and disadvantages of division of labor.
NATIONAL INCOME AND POPULATION CONTROL 8 Understand national income and population control. 8.1 Explain national income. 8.2 Discuss GDP and GNP. 8.3 Discuss growth rates. 8.4 Explain features of Bangladesh population. 8.5 State measures to be undertaken to arrest high growth rate of population. CURRENT ECONOMIC ISSUES OF BANGLADESH

5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4

9 Understand the current economic issues of Bangladesh. 9.1 Identify major problems of rural economy. 9.2 Identify the major problems of urban economy. 9.3 Explain income distribution in alleviating poverty, inequality and discrimination. 9.4 Explain the migration of rural population to urban areas. 10 Understand the availability and use of natural resource in the economic development of Bangladesh. 10.1 List the natural resources of Bangladesh and classify them according to sources of availability. 10.2 Explain the importance of the various resources and their potential uses. 10.3 Discuss the need for conservation of forests for economic development and as a measure to preservation of environmental balance. 10.4 Discuss use of water resources. 10.5 Discuss use of resources and sustainable development. ROLE OF DIPLOMA ENGINEERS 11 Understand the role of a Diploma Engineer in the development of Bangladesh economy.

State the general job description of a Diploma Engineer. Explain the relation of Diploma Engineers with other professionals and employers including skilled workers in the industries. 11.3 Discuss the role of a Diploma Engineer in the industries. 11.4 Identify the role of a Diploma Engineer in the overall economic development of Bangladesh. OCCUPATIONS AND CARRIER PLANNING 12 Appreciate the career prospects for Diploma Engineers in different production/service engineering organizations. 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 Explain the employment opportunities for Diploma Engineers in different sectors and sub-sectors of economy. List the different organizations, sector and sub-sectors providing employment to Diploma Engineer. Discuss positions of Diploma Engineers in different engineering firms. Discuss the avenues of mobility (vertical and horizontal) for Diploma Engineers in different organization. Explain socio-economic status of a Diploma Engineer. Explain prospects of Diploma Engineers in self-employment.

11.1 11.2

ENGINEERING TEAM 13 Understand the diversity of the roles played by Diploma Engineers.


Explain the concept of the term, Engineering Team.

69 13.2 13.3 Identify the functions of Engineers, Diploma Engineers and Craftsmen forming the engineering team. Explain the need for coordinating the functions of different members of the engineering team.



To enhance body fitness. To make aware of first aid procedure. To acquaint with the common games and sports.


Warming up; Yoga; Muscle developing with equipment; First aid; Games & sports.





General Warming-up : Head rotation, Hand rotation, Side twisting, Toe touching, Hip rotation, Keen twisting, Ankle twisting, Push up & Sit up. Squad Drill : Line, File, Attention, Stand at easy, Stand easy, Left turn, Right turn, About turn, Mark time, Quick march, Right wheel, Left wheel, Open order march & Closed order march. Specific warming up : Legs raising one by one, Legs raising in slanting position, Knee bending and nose touching, Heels raising, Toes touching & Laying position. Mass Physical Exercise (Free hand) : Hand raising, Side twisting, Front & back bending, Front curl, Straight arms curl two hands, Hands raising overhead and Push up & Push down.



Yoga Dhyanasan : Shabasan, Padmasan, Gomukhasan, Sharbangasan, Shirshsan Shasthyasan : Halasan, Matshasan, Paban Muktasan, Ustrasan Muscle Developing with equipment Damball : Front curl, Hand sidewise stretching, Arms raising overhead. Barball : Front press, Leg press, Rowing motion with leverage bar. Rope climbing :

71 Straight way climbing, Leg raising climbing. Horizontal bar : Chinning the bar front grip, Chinning the bar wide back grip. Jogging Machine : Slow, medium, and fast running Rowing Machine : Toe touching with knee bending Multigym Machine : Leg press, Back press. First aid Primary prevention of electric shock, Snakes biting, Driving patient burning patient. Bandage Binding : Arm sling, Heel, Finger, Knee, Hip, Head, Ring pad. Games and sports Football : Should trap, Thigh trap, Abdomen trap, Chest trap, Heading, Shorting, tackling, Goal keeping. Cricket : Balling, Batting, wicket keeping, fielding. Handball : Catch the ball, Ball pass (all kinds of pass), Attack, Drill, Shorting Volleyball : Service, Dig receive and pass, Busting, Smashing, Blocking. Badminton : Gripping, Service, Receive, Smashing, Foot working. Athletics : Truck events, Field events.