Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering

Course Code : DElnE
Semester : First
Subject Title : Mathematics-I
Subject Code : 0-M! -"0"
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
Rationale: -
Mathematics is the /oundation stone /or studies in all branches o/ Engineering0 This
subject helps students to de1elop logical thin&ing 2hich in turn is use/ul in understanding
the principles o/ all other subjects0 !nal(tical and s(stematic approach to2ards an(
problem is de1eloped b( learning mathematics0
Objectives: -
"0 To teach students basic /acts3 concepts and principles o/ mathematics as a
tool to anal(4e engineering problems0
-0 To ma&e students 2ell 1ersed in the prere5uisites /or /urther studies in
mathematics and engineering0
Syllabus

Sr.No Contents !
Section- "
" !lgebra :
"0" Concepts o/ #ermutations and Combinations and
problems based on
r
P
n
3
r
C
n
"0- 6inomial Theorem 2ith positi1e integral inde%3
general term3 6inomial e%pansion /or negati1e
integral and /ractional inde%0 0
"0, Matrices o/ order m % n3 t(pes o/ matrices3
e5ualit( o/ matrices3 addition and subtraction o/
matrices3 multiplication o/ matrices3 transpose o/
matri%3 adjoint o/ matri%3 in1erse o/ matri%3
solution o/ s(stem o/ linear e5uations b( adjoint
method0
0,
0.
07

08
"0
"9
- Straight lines :
-0" E5uations o/ straight lines in di//erent /orms0
-0- !ngle bet2een t2o straight lines3 conditions /or
t2o parallel and perpendicular straight lines0
08

"-

"
,

Comple% Numbers :
,0" De/inition o/ comple% number3 Elementar(
operations0
,0- !rgand:s Diagram3 Modulus3 !mplitude3 #olar
/orm o/ a comple% number0
09 07
Section-""
9 Trigonometr( :
90" Circular measures o/ angles3 Con1ersion /rom
degree to radians and radians to degree0
90- Trigonometric ratios o/ an( angle0
90, !ddition ; subtraction /ormulae0
909 !llied angle /ormulae0
90. #roduct /ormulae3 sum or di//erence /ormulae0
908 Multiple3 submultiples angle /ormulae0
90< In1erse trigonometric /unctions0
907 #roperties o/ triangle: sine rule3 cosine rule0
=2ithout proo/>
"8

,8
. !lgebra :
Determinant o/ order three3 Cramer:s rule3 properties
o/ determinants0
08 "9
Total #$ %&&
Text 'oo(s :-

"> 6asic Mathematics - 60M0#atel3 ?0M0*a2al and others - Nirali
#ra&ashan 3 *e1ised s(llabus - ?une -00<
-> Mathematics /or #ol(technic - S0 #0 Deshpande- #une @id(arthi Ariha
#ra&ashan3 *e1ised s(llabus - !ug0-0"0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : First
Subject Title : #h(sics-I
-
Subject Code : 0- #$ -"0"
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
Rationale:−
@arious phenomena3 principles3 la2s3 rules disco1ered and in1ented b( ph(sics are used
/or industrial3 engineering and technological applications0 The o1erall gro2th o/ 1arious
engineering disciplines3 namel(3 mechanical3 electrical3 electronics3 ci1il and
en1ironmental and so on depends upon the de1elopment o/ ph(sics and its detail
understanding0
For sustainable socio-economic de1elopment o/ countr( research techni5ues in
engineering are re5uired0 +hile identi/(ing and sol1ing an( /ield problem3 scienti/ic /acts
and results should be consideredB and in this process ph(sics pla(s a pi1otal role0
Di//erent branches and sub-branches o/ ph(sics3 1i43 d(namics3 optics3 acoustics3 material
science3 semiconductor ph(sics3 nuclear ph(sics and so on pro1ide /undamental /acts3
la2s and logical se5uencing to streamline engineering and technological problems0
Objectives:−
Students should be able toB
identi/( di//erent s(stems o/ units and con1ert units /rom one s(stem to other as 2ell as
con1ersant 2ith practical units0
estimate and minimi4e the errors0
select proper measuring instrument considering least count3 range and precision re5uired0
select appropriate materials re5uired /or a speci/ic purpose b( stud(ing properties o/
materials0
anal(4e the relation bet2een pressure3 1olume and temperature o/ gas and the beha1ior o/
gas0
identi/( good and bad conductors o/ heat needed /or a gi1en tas&0
identi/( the phenomena o/ inter/erence3 di//raction and polari4ation o/ light and its
industrial applications0
use the properties o/ laser3 %-ra(s and photoelectric e//ect /or 1arious engineering
applications0
identi/(3 anal(4e3 discriminate and interpret logical se5uence o/ /ield problems 2ith the
stud( o/ ph(sics0
Syllabus
,
)art ":- Theory
No Contents !
Section "
" "0Measurements
"0" Cnits
Necessit( o/ measurement3 concept o/ unit o/ a ph(sical 5uantit(3
re5uirements o/ standard unit3 @arious s(stem o/ units =CAS3 MDS3
SI3 F#S>3 con1ersions3 practical units3 /undamental and deri1ed
ph(sical 5uantities and their units3 dimensions and dimensional
anal(sis
"0- Errors
!ccurac(3 precision o/ instruments3 errors3 t(pes o/ errors3
minimi4ation o/ errors3 signi/icant /igures3 problems
"0, Measuring instruments
1ernier caliper3 dial caliper3 micrometer scre2 gauge3 spherometer3
thermometer3 gal1anometer3 1oltmeter3 ammeter 2ith least count
and range3 errors in them and correction to it0
-
-
9
8
8
7
- -0 #roperties o/ matter
-0" Elasticit(
De/ormation3 restoring /orce3 stress3 strain3 $oo&e:s la23 Moduli o/
elasticit( =Eoung3 bul& and rigidit(>3 relation bet2een them3
problems3 stress-strain diagram /or some materials =steel3
aluminium3 cast iron3 concrete>3 brea&ing stress3 /actor o/ sa/et(0
-0- @iscosit(
Ne2ton:s la2 o/ 1iscosit(3 coe//icient o/ 1iscosit(3 unit3 streamline
and turbulent /lo23 critical 1elocit(3 *e(nold:s number3 problems3
Sto&es: la23 determination o/ 1iscosit(3 /actors a//ecting 1iscosit(0
-0, Sur/ace tension
Cohesi1e and adhesi1e /orces3 angle o/ contact3 sur/ace tension3
capillar( action3 problems3 /actors a//ecting sur/ace tension0
9
,
,
7
8
8
, Aas la2s and speci/ic heats
6o(le:s la23 Charle:s la23 Aa(-'ussac:s la23 Del1in scale o/
temperature3 general gas e5uation3 uni1ersal gas constant3 N0T0#03
principal speci/ic heats and relation bet2een them3 problems
, "0
Section ""
9 $eat transmission
E%pansion3 heat transmission and la2s o/ thermod(namics
E%pansions o/ solids−linear3 aerial and cubical3 relation bet2een
them3 modes o/ transmission o/ heat3 coe//icient o/ thermal
conducti1it(3 good and bad conductors and applications3 Searle:s
. "0
9
and 'ee:s method3 la2s o/ thermod(namics3 isothermal3 isobaric3
isochoric and adiabatic processes3 problems
. .0 )ptics
.0" +a1e theor( o/ light
$u(gen:s theor(3 2a1e/ronts3 2a1enormals3 la2s o/ re/lection and
re/raction3 total internal re/lection3 dispersion3 angle o/ de1iation3
problems
, 8
.0- Inter/erence and di//raction
#rinciple o/ superposition3 constructi1e and destructi1e inter/erence3
conditions to obtain stead( inter/erence pattern3 Eoung:s double slit
e%periment3 di//raction3 single slit and man( slits di//raction3
grating3 applications3 problems0
.0, #olari4ation
#olari4ed and unpolari4ed light3 5ualitati1e treatment o/ polari4er
and anal(4er3 polarimeter3 applications
8
-
"0
9
8 80 Modern #h(sics
80" F-ra(s
#roduction o/ %-ra(s3 continuous and characteristic %-ra(s3
properties and applications o/ %-ra(s3 problems3 Mosele(:s la2 and
its importance0
80- #hotoelectric e//ect
#hotoelectric e//ect3 la2s and characteristics o/ photoelectric e//ect3
Einstein:s photoelectric e5uation3 problems3 construction3 2or&ing
and applications o/ photocells
80, 'aser
Spontaneous and stimulated emission3 population in1ersion3
pumping3 lasing3 properties and applications o/ laser3 helium-neon
laser and its applications3 holograph( and its applications
,
,
.
8
8
7
Total #$ %&&
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:- ,%& ex+eriments shoul- be +er*orme-.
Cse o/ 1ernier caliper and obser1ations 2ith tra1eling microscope
Cse o/ micrometer scre2 gauge and obser1ations 2ith spectrometer
Determination o/ Eoung:s modulus o/ material o/ 2ire using Searle:s apparatus0
Capillarit( 2ith di//erent bores capillar( tubes
Determination o/ sur/ace tension o/ li5uid using capillar( action
Determination o/ coe//icient o/ 1iscosit( using Sto&es: method
@eri/ication o/ la2s o/ photoelectric e//ect
Determination o/ 2a1elength o/ laser using di//raction grating
Calculation o/ grating element o/ gi1en grating
Determination o/ speci/ic rotationGoptical acti1it( o/ gi1en solution 2ith polarimeter
Determination o/ thermal conducti1it( o/ bad conductor 2ith 'ee:s method
.
Determination o/ thermal conducti1it( o/ good conductor 2ith Searle:s method
Determination o/ re/racti1e inde% o/ glass 2ith Snell:s la2
/emonstrations:-
E%pansion o/ solidGli5uid a/ter heating
+or&ing o/ photoelectric cell
Ne2ton:s rings
Total internal re/lection
#olaroid
Dispersion o/ light b( prism
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(: -
Engineering #h(sics b( Aaur *0 D0 and Aupta S0 '03 Dhanpat *ai #ublications3 Ne2
Delhi3 Eighth Edition3 -00"0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
Fundamentals o/ #h(sics E%tended3 6( $allida( D03 *esni& *0 and +al&er3 +ile( ;
India3 Ne2 Delhi3 Eighth Edition3 -0070
#h(sics /or scientists and Engineers b( Ser2a( *0 !0 and ?e2ett3 ?r0 ?0 +03 Thomson
'earning =Indian reprint>3 Ne2 Delhi3 Si%th Edition3 -00<0
Course Name : Diploma Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : First
Subject Title : Chemistr(- I
8
Subject Code : 0-C$-"0"
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
Chemistr( is a basic science subject 2hich is essential to all engineering courses0 It gi1es
&no2ledge o/ engineering materials3 their properties3 related applications H selection o/
materials /or engineering applications0
Due to technological progress there are ha4ardous e//ects on en1ironment H human li/e0
The core &no2ledge o/ en1ironmental e//ects 2ill bring a2areness in students about the
precautions H pre1entions to be ta&en to reduce the ill e//ects0
This subject 2ill generate curiosit( o/ carr(ing out /urther de1elopment in engineering
/ields0
Objectives:−
"0 To understand mole concept and 1olumetric anal(sis0
-0 To represent the /ormation o/ bonds in molecules0
,0 To describe the mechanism o/ redo% reactions0
90To identi/( the properties o/ organic compounds related to engineering applications
Syllabus
)art − " : Theory
No. Cha+ter Contents !
Section "
" Mole Concept3
!tomic 2eight3
E5ui1alent 2eight
H Molecular
2eight
De/initions o/ atoms3 molecules3 Mole in
terms o/ number3 mass3 1olume3
De/initions o/ e5ui1alent 2eight and
atomic 2eight o/ an element3 Molecular
2eight o/ molecule3 Determination o/
percentage composition o/ an element in
a gi1en molecule0
8 -0
- !cid3 base and
salt
De/initions H classi/ication o/ acids H
bases=Theories>3 p$ H p)$3 inorganicG
organic !cids H bases3 6asicit( o/ an
acid and acidit( o/ a base3 E5ui1alent
2eight o/ acids3 bases3 !cid base
8 "0
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
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Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
<
indicators3 salts H t(pes o/ salts:
Normal3 !cidic3 6asic3 Mi%ed3 Double
salt

, Solution Solution3 Concentrations o/ solution:
Arams per litre3 #ercentage b( 2eight or
1olume3 Normalit(3 Moralit(3 Molalit(0
@olumetric anal(sis3 Titrations3 !cid
base titration3 !cidimetr(3 !&alimetr(3
*edo% titration3 Iodometric titrations3
Comple%ometric titration3 #recipitation
titration0
8 "0
9 *edo% *eactions Introduction3 )%idation3 *eduction3
Electron trans/er concept3 )%idising H
reducing agents3 *edo% reactions in
a5ueous reactions3 )%idation number H
rules /or assigning o%idation number3
6alancing o/ the chemical reaction
8 "0
Section ""
. Chemical bonds
H Chemical
Dinetics
Chemical bond and theor( o/
electro1alenc(3 t(pes o/ chemical bonds3
Chemical reaction3 t(pes o/ chemical
reaction3 *e1ersible reactions3
irre1ersible reactions3 *ate o/ chemical
reaction3 *ate e5uation and rate la23
order o/ reaction3 Molecularit( o/
reaction3 Integrated rate e5uation3 hal/
li/e o/ reaction3 Methods /or the
determination o/ rates o/ reactions0
8 "0
8 Ionic e5uilibrium Electrol(tes3 Degree o/ dissociation H
ost2alds dilution la23 $(drol(sis H
Degree o/ h(drol(sis3 common ion
e//ect3 solubilit( product and their
application
9 "0
< Electrochemistr( Electrochemistr(3 Electrochemical
reactions3 Construction and 2or&ing o/
electrochemical cell H electrol(tic cell3
Farada(s I H II la2s o/ electrol(sis3
!pplications o/ electrol(sis:
electroplating H re/ining3
Electrochemical cells and batteries3
Construction3 2or&ing and applications
8 "0
7
o/ dr( cells3 'ead acid storage batter(3
/uel cells
7 )rganic
Chemistr(
Introduction: T(pes o/ chemistr(3
Catenation propert( o/ Carbon element3
)rganic compounds3 its properties and
applications3 Classi/ication: b( structure
and /unctional group3 $omologous
series3 !l&anes3 al&enes and al&(enes:
De/inition3 Aeneral /ormula3 Names and
structure o/ /irst /i1e members3
Isomerism3 #roperties and Cses0
Total
07
#$
-0
%&&
)art "":- )racticals:-
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
To stud( the use o/ indicators3 p$ papers and litmus papers /or identi/ication o/ acid3
base and neutral solutions /rom the gi1en set o/ solutions0
To standardi4e $Cl solution using NG"0 Na
-
C)
,0
To standardi4e Na)$ solution using NG"0 C
-
$
-
)
9
solution0
To determine the strength o/ acetic acidG succinic acid using Na)$ solution0
To standardi4e DMn)
9
solution using NG"0 C
-
$
-
)
9
solution0
To determine strength o/ the mi%ture o/ $
-
S)
9
I C
-
$
-
)
9
using Na)$ and DMn)
9

solution
0
To determine the amount o/ /errous sulphate or /errous ammonium sulphates in the gi1en
solution using DMn)
9
solution0
To standardi4e D
-
Cr
-
)
<
solution using NG"0 Na
-
S
-
)
,
solution0
To determine the amount o/ /errous sulphate or /errous ammonium sulphates in the gi1en
solution using D
-
Cr
-
)
<
solution0
To determine the amount o/ copper sulphate in the gi1en solution using Na
-
S
-
)
,
solution0
To standardi4e EDT! solution using NG"0 JnS)
9
solution0
To determine the amount o/ copper sulphate in the gi1en solution using EDT! solution0
To standardi4e !gN)
,
solution using NaCl solution0
To determine the amount o/ $Cl and $N)
,
per litre o/ the gi1en solution using Na)$ H
!gN)
,
solution0
To characteri4e the /ollo2ing organic compounds /or saturation3 unsaturation and
/unctional group: acetic acid3 succinic acid3 ethanol3 eth(lene diammine etc0

earning Resources:
Text 'oo(s:-
">Essentials o/ #h(sical chemistr( 60 S0 6hal H A0 D0 Tuli3
S Chand Aroup3nNe2 Delhi3 *eprint: "7 =-0"0>
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistr( 6(: +ahid C Mali&3 *0D0Madan3 Tuli A0D0 S
Chand Aroup3Ne2 Delhi3 Edition: "< =-008>
! Te%tboo& o/ )rganic Chemistr( =Multi Colour>
6(: 6ahl3 !run3 60S0 6ahl0 S Chand Aroup Ne2 Delhi0 Edition: "7 =-008>
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
"0
Semester : First
Subject Title : Communication S&ills-I
Subject Code : 0-$M-"0"
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
Rationale:-
Technicians in industr( re5uire in grammaticall( correct 2ritten and oral communication0
In order to de1elop the abilities in students a te%t has been introduced0 The practicals
ha1e been incorporated to pro1ide practice to the students to de1elop 2riting s&ills0
Further e%ercises ha1e been included /or impro1ing oral communication3 apart /rom the
basic grammar topics0
Objectives:-
"0 Comprehend the gi1en passage
-0 !ns2er correctl( the 5uestions on seen and unseen passages
,0 Increase the 1ocabular(
90 !ppl( rules o/ grammar /or correct 2riting
Syllabus
Sr.No. Contents !
Section "
%. Text :
Communication S&ills-I compiled b( Mrs0 *0 Thomas
H Mrs0 D0 Drishnamurth(
"0"@ocabular(-Cnderstanding meaning o/ ne2
2ords /rom te%t
"0- Comprehension- *esponding to the 5uestions
/rom te%t
"0, Identi/(ing parts o/ speech0
-9 .0
Section ""
0. 1++lication o* 2rammar
-0" @erbs
-0- Tenses
Do as directed =acti1eGpassi1e3 directGindirect3
a//irmati1eGnegati1eGasserti1e3 5uestion tag3 remo1e
too3 reported speech>
"8 -0
3. )aragra+h 4riting
,0" De/inition ; T(pes o/ paragraphs
0, "0
""
,0- $o2 to 2rite a paragraph0
#. 5ocabulary 'uil-ing
90"+ord Formation
90-Technical ?argon
90, Cse o/ s(non(msG anton(msGhomon(msGparon(ms
909 )ne 2ord substitute0
0. -0
Total #$ %&&
ist o* 1ssignments:
"0 6uilding @ocabular( ; =9hrs ; - assignments>
i> -. 2ords /or each assignment /rom the glossar( gi1en in the te%t boo& at
the end o/ each chapter
ii> Technical ?argon- =- hrs-" assignment>
-0 Arammar ; =9 hrs ; - assignments>
i> Insert correct parts o/ speech in the sentences gi1en b( the teachers0
="8 sentences ; t2o each3 /rom di//erent part o/ speech>
ii> #unctuate the sentences gi1en b( the teachers0 ="0 sentences>
,0 Con1ersational S&ills: *ole #la(s =7 hrs>
i> Students are going to per/orm the role on an( 8 situations3 gi1en b( the
teacher0
ii> Dialogue 2riting /or the gi1en situations0 =- assignments>
90 +rite paragraphs on gi1en topics =8 hrs-- sentences>
i> Four t(pes o/ paragraph to be 2ritten in 0 assignments co1ering t2o
t(pes one assignments0
.0 Ne2spaper *eport +riting =9 hrs- - assignments>
i> +rite an( t2o e1ents /rom the ne2spaper as it is0
ii> +rite an( t2o e1ents on the situations gi1en b( the teacher0
80 Errors in English ; =9 hrs- - assignments>
i> Find out the errors and re2rite the sentences gi1en b( the teacher0 =-0
sentences>
Term 4or(: 2ill consist o/ assignments based on abo1e s(llabus
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(s:
Communication S&ills I-
Compiled b( Mrs0 Thomas H Mrs0 Drishnamurth(3 $HM Dept 3 -00
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"0 Contemporar( English grammar3 structure and composition b( Da1id Areen
#ublisher Macmillan First edition3 -0000
-0 English grammar and composition3 *0 C0 ?ain3 Macmillan3 India3 First
edition3 -00.0
,0 Thesaurus3 *odgers3 )riental 'ongman
90 Dictionar(3 )%/ord3 )%/ord Cni1ersit(
.0 Dictionar(3 'ongman3 )riental 'ongman
"-
80 English /or #ractical purposes3 #atil J0 N0 et al3 Macmillan3 India3 -009
<0 English at +or&place3 San(al Mu&ti3 Macmillan3 India
",

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
Components pla( an important role in technolog(0 This subject gi1es &no2ledge o/
the basic components3 their construction characteristics3 tolerance and application in
Engineering /ield0
Objectives:−
Students should be able to :
"> *ecogni4e the component and t(pe o/ component0
-> *ecogni4e the material used /or the t(pe o/ component0
,> Cnderstand the construction and the 2or&ing principle o/ the component0
9> Cnderstand the speci/ications = ratings > o/ the component0
.> Test the component.
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr.
No
Contents

!
Section "
" RES"STORS : 6asic concepts0 )hm:s 'a20 Fi%ed and @ariable t(pe0
6ixe- : Carbon composition3 carbon /ilm3 metal /ilm3
Ceramic H @itreous Enamel 2ire-2ound t(pes0
5ariable : *heostat3 Carbon trac& and 2ire-2ound potentiometers
='inear H Non-'inear>3 #reset resistors0
Their construction3 po2er rating3 tolerance =accurac(>
temperature coe//icient3 and t(pical applications0
E78 E%0 & E0# series o* resistors.
Colour Co-e o* Stan-ar- Resistors.
< ".
- C1)1C"TORS : Fi%ed and @ariable t(pe0
6ixe- : Ceramic3 Mica3 #ol(ester and Electrol(tic
< ".
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : First
Subject Title : Elements o/ Electrical H Electronics Engineering
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; "0"
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - - - "-.
"9
5ariable : !ir Aang and Trimmer0
Their construction3 1oltage rating H t(pical applications0
Colour Co-ing o* ca+acitors.
, "N/9CTORS : Construction H application o/ air core3 iron core3 /errite core3
inductor coils=2inding> used in Motors3 Aenerators3
Trans/ormers3 Tube-light cho&es3 D0C0 po2er suppl(
Filter cho&es3 loudspea&ers and ignition s(stem o/ 1ehicles0
< ".
9 C1'ES:4"RES : T(pes: /le%ible3 hoo&-up3 coa%ial and /iber optic0
Multi-core #o2er and Control cables0
Their construction and applications0
, 0.
Section ""
. S4"TC;ES : T(pes: Slide3 Toggle3 #ush to )N3 #ush to )FF3 *oc&er3
*otar( H *eed s2itches0 Their construction H applications0
. "0
8 RE1<S : Construction3 rating H 2or&ing principle o/ general
purpose rela(3 *eed rela(0
. "0
< SE!"CON/9CTOR & O)TOEECTRON"C /E5"CES :

)N =9NCT"ON /"O/ES :Aermanium and Silicon0
"2;T /E)EN/ENT RES"STOR. , /R .
E/>s : 'ight Emitting Diodes ; *ed3 Areen3 Eello23
6lue and 6icolor t(pe0
/"S)1<S : Se1en Segment 'ED Displa(3
. % < Dot Matri% 'ED Displa(3
'i5uid Cr(stal Displa( = 'CD >0
Their construction3 operation and applications0
"" -.
7 i> 6readboard3 #rinted Circuit 6oard = #C6 >:
T(pes and applications0
ii> Soldering iron3 solder 2ire and soldering techni5ues0
, .
TOT1 #$ %&&
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(: - Electronic Circuits $andboo&3 ,
rd
Edition b( Michael $ Toole(0 = 6#6
#ublications >0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
%. 6asic Electronics and 'inear Circuits3 9
th
Edition b( N N 6harga1a3 D C Dulshreshtha
H S C Aupta0 = Tata McAra2 ; $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited >
00 Electronic Components H Materials3 -
nd
Edition b( S M Dhir 3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
30 Electronic Components and Materials3 -
nd
Edition b( Aro1er H ?am2al3 Dhanpat *ai H Sons
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
".
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : First
Subject Title : 6asic +or&shop #ractice- I
Subject Code : 0-ME-"0"
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
" - , - - - - - - - - - - .0 -0 .0
Rationale:-
Mechanical diploma student is e%pected to &no2 basic 2or&shop practice li&e +ood
2or&ing and hot 2or&ing processes0 The students are re5uired to identi/(3 operate and
control 1arious machines0 The students are re5uired to select and use 1arious tools and
e5uipments related to +ood 2or&ing and smit( processes0

Objectives:-
The student 2ill able to
• Dno2 basic 2or&shop processes0
• *ead and interpret job dra2ing0
• Identi/(3 select and use 1arious mar&ing3 measuring3 holding3 stri&ing and
cutting tools H e5uipments0
• )perate3 control di//erent machines and e5uipments0
• Inspect the job /or speci/ied dimensions0
• #roduce jobs as per speci/ied dimensions0
• !dopt sa/et( practices 2hile 2or&ing on 1arious machines0

Syllabus
)art " - Theory
Sr.No. Contents
0" EN2"NEER"N2 !1TER"1S:
Introduction0
Di//erent t(pes o/ /errous and non-/errous materials0
#roperties o/ Engineering materials0
,
0- C1R)ENTR< S;O):
Introduction0
@arious t(pes o/ 2oods0
Di//erent t(pes o/ tools3 machines and accessories0
,
0, 6"TT"N2 S;O):
Introduction
@arious mar&ing3 measuring3 cutting3 holding and stri&ing tools0
Di//erent /itting operation li&e chipping3 /iling3 right angle3
,
"8
mar&ing3 drilling3 tapping etc0
+or&ing #rinciple o/ Drilling machine3 Tapping dies3 its use0
Sa/et( precautions and sa/et( e5uipments0
09 S!"T;< S;O):
Introduction0
Di//erent /orging tools and #o2er $ammer0
Di//erent /orging processes li&e shaping3 caul&ing3 /ullering3
setting do2n operations etc0
Sa/et( precautions and sa/et( e5uipments0
,


)art ""- )racticals
Sr.No. ist o* )racticals
0" C1R)ENTR< S;O):
Demonstration o/ di//erent 2ood 2or&ing tools G machines
Demonstration o/ di//erent 2ood 2or&ing processes3 li&e plaining3 mar&ing3
chiseling3 groo1ing3 turning o/ 2ood etc0
)ne simple job in1ol1ing an( one joint li&e mortise and tenon3 do1etail3
bridle3 hal/ lap etc0
0- 4OO/ T9RN"N2:
)ne simple job in1ol1ing turning3 step turning3 ball turning operation on
2ood0
0, S!"T;< S;O):
Demonstration o/ di//erent /orging tools and #o2er $ammer0
Demonstration o/ di//erent /orging processes li&e shaping3 caul&ing3
/ullering3 setting do2n operation etc0
)ne job li&e hoo& peg3 /lat chisel or an( hard2are item0
09 6"TT"N2 S;O):
Demonstration o/ di//erent /itting tools and drilling machines and po2er
tools0
Demonstration o/ di//erent operations li&e chipping3 /iling3 drilling3 tapping3
cutting etc0
)ne simple /itting job in1ol1ing practice o/ chipping3 /iling3 drilling3
tapping3 cutting etc0

earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(:-
"0 Mechanical +or&shop #ractice-D0C0?ohn-#$I 'earning #1t 'td0 EEE -0"0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"0 60S0 *aghu2anshi- +or&shop Technolog( ; Dhanpat *ai and sons3 Ne2 Delhi3

th
Edition3 -00-
-0 S0D0 $ajra Chaudhar(- +or&shop Technolog( @ol I H II ; Media #romotors and
#ublisher3 Ne2 Delhi0 7
th
edition 3 "78
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
"<
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : First
Subject Title : Engineering Araphics- I
Subject Code : 0-ME-"0-
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - 9 - - - - - - .0 -0 - - .0 -0 "00
Rationale:−
This subject aims at ma&ing the students understand the /undamentals o/
Engineering Dra2ing 2hich is a language used b( Engineers /or de1eloping H
e%pressing ideas H con1e(ing the instructions 2hich 2ill be used to carr( out jobs in the
/ield o/ engineering0
!t the /irst semester le1el the subject deals 2ith dra2ing instruments H it:s use 3
geometrical constructions3 engineering cur1es3 H orthographic projections0 !n
introduction to computer dra/ting 2ill be help/ul in understanding the application o/ the
subject in the industr(0 This subject 2ill pla( 1er( important role in designing3 operation
and maintenance areas o/ the e%isting and changing technological re5uirements o/ the
modern 2orld0
This course aims at building the /oundation /or /urther courses in dra2ing and
other allied subjects0
Objectives:
The student 2ill able to
• Cnderstand the /undamentals o/ Engineering Dra2ing
• *ead and interpret object dra2ings0
Syllabus
)art "- Theory:-
Sr.No Contents
" /ra?ing "nstruments & their uses-
"0" 'etters H Numbers =Single stro&e @ertical>
"0- Con1ention o/ 'ines H it:s applications
"0, Aeometrical Constructions in1ol1ing construction o/ tangential
arcs H common tangents0
9
"7
- Engineering Curves-
-0" Ellipse b( /ollo2ing Methods
"0 Directri% Focus Method
-0 !rcs o/ Circles Method
,0 Concentric Circles method
90 *ectangleG)blong Method
-0- #arabola b( /ollo2ing Methods
"0 Directri% Focus Method
-0 *ectangle Method
,0 Tangent Method
-0, $(perbola b( Eccentricit( Method
*ectangular $(perbola
-09 C(cloid3 Epic(cloid H $(poc(cloid
=Starting #oint o/ the cur1e to be the point o/ contact at the
beginning >
-0. In1olute o/ a circle =Full In1olute onl(>
In1olute o/ a regular pol(gon
-08 !rchimedian spiral =starting 2ith center onl(>
-0< $eli% on a c(linder
<
, )rojections o* +oints & straight ines-
#lanes o/ projections ; $#3 @# H ##
)rthographic projections o/ points3
#rojections o/ Straight 'ines 2ith lines inclined to both the re/erence
planes0='ines to be considered in /irst 5uadrant onl(0 Simple problems
e%cluding $T H @T o/ a line>
.
9 )rojections o* )lanes-
#rojections o/ circular3 s5uare3 rhombus3 triangular3 regular pentagonal
H he%agonal plane sur/aces 2ith sur/aces inclined to one re/erence plane
H perpendicular to other0 =e%cluding side 1ie2>
8
. Orthogra+hic )rojections -
#rojections o/ simple machine parts 2ith sur/aces parallel to at least one
o/ the planes o/ projection0
=E%cluding sectional @ie2s>
7
8 "ntro-uction to Com+uter /ra*ting -
Introduction to di//erent commands in the dra2ing so/t2are
-
)art ""- )racticals
!0 The students should 2or&out the problems on the /ollo2ing topics on hal/
imperial dra2ing sheets during the practicals0
"0 )ne sheet on problems /rom geometrical constructions3 lettering H
t(pes o/ lines
-0 Three Sheets on the topic o/ Engineering Cur1es0
,0 T2o Sheets on #rojections o/ #oints H projections o/ Straight 'ines0
90 T2o Sheets on #rojections o/ #lanes0
"
.0 Four Sheets on the topic o/ )rthographic #rojections0
60 Demonstration o/ dra/ting so/t2are to the students0
Text 'oo(s:-
Engineering Dra2ing ;N0D06hatt - Charotar publishing $ouse3 9
th
Edition
-0"0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"0 Engineering Dra2ing- D0!0?olhe - T!T! McAra2 $ill3 -007
-0 Engineering Araphics- D0*0Mohan ; Dhanpatrai publishing co0 "
st
edition--00
-0


Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−

Rationale:-
The general practice in 2or&shop 2ill help the students in ac5uiring more
practical &no2ledge and Engineering s&ills0
Objectives:-
The student should be able to:
"> Identi/( 1arious t(pes o/ components0
-> Cse multimeter /or measuring 1arious 5uantities li&e 1oltage=dc H ac>3 current3 resistance0
,> !ssemble and test components on breadboard0
9> Solder one simple circuit on a general purpose #C60
)racticals:-
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
/ra?ing o* symbols:conventions o* various Electrical & Electronic
com+onents use- in Engineering.
"0 To identi/( the 1alue3 tolerance o/ resistors and capacitors b( colour code0
-0 To measure the 1alue o/ resistorGs using multimeter0
,0 To test rheostat3 linear potentiometer3 logarithmic potentiometer3 preset
1ariable resistors0
90 Testing o/ 'D* on multimeter0
.0 Testing o/ Aermanium3 Silicon #N diodes on multimeter0
80 Cse o/ breadboard H testing o/ di//erent colour 'ED:s3 < segment 'ED Displa(
on breadboard0
<0 Testing o/ s2itches b( measuring their contact resistance on multimeter0
70 +iring and soldering o/ one circuit on a general purpose #C60
0 +iring and testing o/ !C -,0@3 .0 $4 e%tension suppl( board0
"00 To obser1e motors3 generators3 trans/ormers and identi/( the
Inductor coils=2indings> used therein0
NOTE: The students should bring Digital Multi Meter =DMM> 3 soldering iron3
2ire strippers =Cutters>3 H blade 2ith them in the laborator(0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : First
Subject Title : Electrical H Electronic Engineering +or&shop - I
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; "0-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - - - - - - - - - - - - -. "0 -.
-"
earning Resources:-
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Electronic Circuits $andboo&3 ,
rd
Edition b( Michael $ Toole( =6#6
#ublications>0
-> 6asic Electronics and 'inear Circuits3 9
th
Edition b( 6harga1a3 Dulshrestha
and Aupta =Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0



--
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Mathematics-II
Subject Code : 0-M!--0-
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
Rationale:-
The stud( o/ mathematics is necessar( to de1elop in the student3 the s&ills essential /or
stud(ing engineering subjects0 The subject is an e%tension o/ basic mathematics o/ /irst
semester 2hich is a prere5uisite /or engineering studies0
Objectives:-
"0 To la( a strong /oundation in stud( o/ calculus 2hich is the bac&bone /or
stud( in engineering0
-0 To ma&e students 2ell 1ersed in the prere5uisites /or /urther studies in
mathematics and engineering0
Syllabus
Sr.
No.
Contents !
Section "
" Function :
"0" De/inition o/ /unction0
"0- T(pes o/ Functions: #ol(nomial3 constant3 e%plicit
/unction3 implicit /unction3 periodic /unction3 e1en and
odd /unctions3 in1erse /unction3 e%ponential /unction3
logarithmic /unction3 composite /unction and their
properties0
"0, Simple problems based on /unctions
0. "0
- 'imits :
-0" Concept o/ limit o/ a /unction0
-0- Theorems on limits =+ithout proo/>
-0, 'imits o/ !lgebraic3 trigonometric /unctions0
-09 Standard limits
"0 ".
-,
, Deri1ati1es :
,0" Deri1ati1e o/ standard /unctions b( /irst principle0
,0- *ules o/ di//erentiation0
,0, Deri1ati1e o/ composite /unctions0 =chain rule>0
,09 Deri1ati1e o/ implicit /unctions3 parametric /unctions0
,0. 'ogarithmic di//erentiation0
"" -.
Section- ""
9 Second ordered deri1ati1e o/ e%plicit and implicit
/unctions0
09 "0
. !pplications o/ deri1ati1es :
.0" E5uation o/ tangent and normal to gi1en cur1e0
.0- Ma%ima and minima o/ /unction0
.0, *ate problems0
07 "8
8 #artial deri1ati1es:
#artial deri1ati1es o/ /irst order o/ /unctions o/ t2o 1ariables0
0- 07
< @ector !lgebra :
<0" De/inition o/ 1ector3 position 1ector3 1ector addition3
subtraction3 multiplication b( scalar0
<0- Dot product3 cross product and their properties0
07 "8
Total
#$ %&&
Text 'oo(s:-

"> 6asic Mathematics ; II b( 60M0#atel3 ?0M0*a2al and others - Nirali
#ra&ashan8 8
th
edition -?an -0"0
-> Mathematics /or #ol(technic - S0 #0 Deshpande- #une @id(arthi Ariha
#ra&ashan3 *e1ised edition ; !ug0-0"0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
-9
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : #h(sics-II
Subject Code : 0-#$--0-
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
Rationale:−
#h(sics is the /oundation o/ an( engineering discipline0 Its principles3 la2s3 rules3
results and conclusions dra2n /rom obser1ations and predictions o/ 1arious phenomena
occurring in natureB pla( important role in sol1ing /ield problems in engineering and
technolog(0
Though the span o/ ph(sics is /rom 5uar& to gala%( or particle ph(sics to
astroph(sicsB here certain topics are care/ull( selected /or particular discipline0 These
topics 2ill pro1ide su//icient /undamental as 2ell as bac&ground &no2ledge /or the
particular branch0 #roper attention is gi1en to the selection o/ sub-topics and their depth
so that student 2ill be able to cope up 2ith inno1ations and ne2 technologies in his /ield0
Objectives:-
The student should be able to
"0 Sol1e problem on &inetics and &inematics0
-0 anal(4e rectilinear3 circular and simple harmonic motion and use it /or sol1ing
engineering problems0
,0 Cse non-destructi1e testing in 1arious /ield0
90 Identi/( the /actors a//ecting acoustic planning o/ auditorium0
.0 Identi/( di//erent /actors a//ecting indoor lighting0
80 anal(4e di//erent materials based on their cr(stal structures and select the proper
material /or speci/ic purpose0
Syllabus
)art − " Theory
No. Contents !
Section "
" "0 Dinematics
"0" 'inear motion
E5uations o/ motion3 distance tra1ersed b( object in nth second3
1elocit(-time diagrams3 uni/orm acceleration and retardation3 e5uations
9 "0
-.
/or motion under gra1it(3 problems
"0- circular motion
!ngular displacement3 angular 1elocit(3 angular acceleration3 relation
bet2een angular 1elocit( and linear 1elocit(3 e5uations o/ circular
motion3 angular distance tra1ersed b( object in nth second3 S0$0M03
uni/orm circular motion as S0$0M03 e5uation /or displacement3 1elocit(
and acceleration in S$M3 problems3 graphical representation o/
displacement3 1elocit( and acceleration o/ particle per/orming S$M3
starting /rom mean position and e%treme position0
7 ".
- -0 Cr(stal Structure
Cnit cell3 unit 1ectors3 6ra1is lattice3 lattice points3 cubic structures
=SC3 6CC and FCC>3 problems3 some cr(stal structures =NaCl3 CsCl3
JnS>3 diamond structure3 leganc( and critical radius ratio3 Miller
indices3
8 ".
, ,0 Non Destructi1e Testing
Destructi1e and non-destructi1e testing methods3 ad1antages and
limitations o/ NDT3 NDT methods3 selection3 principle3 set up3
procedure3 radiograph(3 ultrasonics3 thermograph(
7 "0
Section ""
9 90 Dinetics
90" Ne2ton:s la2s o/ motion
Momentum3 impulse3 impulsi1e /orce3 Ne2ton:s la2s o/ motion 2ith
e5uations and their applications3 problems3 pulle(s3 motion o/ li/t0
90- +or&3 po2er and energ(
De/initions o/ 2or&3 po2er and energ(3 e5uations /or potential energ(
and &inetic energ(3 2or& energ( principle3 representation o/ 2or& b(
graph3 tor5ue3 2or& done b( tor5ue3 problems
.
.
"0
"0
. .0 Electricit( and Electromagnetism
.0" Coulomb:s 'a23 Electric Field and Electric #otential0 )hm:s la23
resistance3 conductance3 resisti1it(3 conducti1it(3 series and parallel
combination o/ resistors3 problems3 +heatstone:s bridge3 meter bridge3
potentiometer3 comparison o/ em/ o/ cells3 internal resistance o/ cell3
heating e//ect o/ electric current0
.0- )ersted e%periment3 magnetic /ield3 magnetic /lu%3 magnetic /lu%
densit(3 6iot-Sa1art la23 magnetic /ield near straight conductor3 at the
centre o/ current carr(ing coil3 problems3 /orce e%perienced b( current
carr(ing conductor3 /orce bet2een t2o current carr(ing conductors
.
<
".
".
Total #$ %&&
)art ""- )racticals:-
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments ,$ ex+eriments shoul- be +er*orme-.
"0 To 1eri/( )hm:s la20
-8
-0 To /ind un&no2n resistance and series parallel combination o/ resistances using
meter bridge0
,0 To compare em/s o/ cells0
90 To determine internal resistance o/ cell using potentiometer0
.0 To locate /la2 using ultrasonic detector
80 To determine ? b( electrical method
<0 Stud( o/ cr(stal structure
70 To locate Miller planes and /ind Miller indices o/ gi1en planes
0 To determine 2a1elength o/ gi1en source o/ light using Ne2ton:s rings pattern
"00 To determine acceleration due to gra1it(
""0 To determine thic&ness using ultrasonic thic&ness gauge0
!ini +rojects:-
!s decided b( concerned course instructor
earning Resources-
Text 'oo(: -
Engineering #h(sics b( Aaur *0 D0 and Aupta S0 '03 Dhanpat *ai #ublications3
Ne2 Delhi3 Eighth Edition3 -00"0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"0 Fundamentals o/ #h(sics E%tended3 6( $allida( D03 *esni& *0 and
+al&er3 +ile( ; India3 Ne2 Delhi3 Eighth Edition3 -0070
-0 #h(sics /or scientists and Engineers b( Ser2a( *0 !0 and ?e2ett3 ?r0
?0 +03 Thomson 'earning =Indian reprint>3 Ne2 Delhi3 Si%th Edition3
-00<0
-<
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Chemistr( ; II
Subject Code : 0 ; C$ ; -09
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
The course aims at teaching o/ 6asic chemistr( to Semester I students0 The topics
co1ered 2ill pro1ide su//icient /undamental as 2ell as bac&ground &no2ledge /or the
particular branch0 #roper attention is gi1en to the selection o/ sub-topics and their depth
so that student 2ill be able to cope up 2ith inno1ations and ne2 technologies in his /ield0
Syllabus
)art − " : Theory
No. Cha+ter Contents !
Section "
" 4ater Introduction3 t(pes o/ impurities in 2ater3
$ard and so/t 2ater3 hardness and its
determination =EDT! method onl(>0
Cndesirable e//ects o/ hard 2ater in /or
domestic use and industrial use3 boiler /eed
2ater3 boiler problems-scale3 sludge3
priming and /oaming3 caustic embitterment
and corrosion3 their causes and pre1ention3
+ater so/tening processes ; 'ime ; Soda
process3 Jeolite #ermutit method3 Ion
e%change method and comparison o/
methods3 Numerical problems on hardness
b( EDT! method0
07 ".
- ubricants 'ubricant3 'ubrication3 Function o/
lubricant3 T(pes o/ lubricants3 Mechanisms
o/ lubrication3 Ideal lubricant and
properties: @iscosit(3 @iscosit( inde%3 /ire
point3 /lash point3 pour point3 cloud point3
08 "0
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 -. "0 - - - - ".0
-7
Saponi/ication 1alue3 !cid 1alue0
, 1lloys De/ination3 purpose o/ allo(3 #reparation
methods3 t(pes: Ferrous H Non Ferrous
allo(3 Ferrous allo(: Steel3 !llo( steel3
Composition3 #roperties and uses3 Non
Ferrous allo(: !llo( o/ Cu3 Jn3 !l3 Sn3 #b
Composition3 #roperties and uses0
09 "0
9 6uels Classi/ication3 chracteristics combustion
and chemical principles in1ol1ed in it3
calori/ic 1alue: gross and net calori/ic
1alues0 Solid Fuels: T(pes3 selection o/
coal3 #ro%imate and ultimate anal(sis o/
coal 'i5uid Fuels: #etroleum: its chemical
composition and /ractional distillation3
crac&ing o/ hea1( oil residues ; thermal
and catal(tic crac&ing3 &noc&ing and
chemical structure3 octane number and
cetane number and their signi/icance
Aaseous Fuels: Composition and properties
o/ Natural3 coal gas3 '#A
08 ".
Section ""
. Corrosion Introduction3 T(pes o/ corrosion =dr( and
2et corrosion>3 /actors a//ecting the
corrosion3 t(pes and mechanism o/
!tmospheric corrosion3 o%ide /ilms3
electrochemical corrosion3 its mechanism
and t(pes3 protecti1e measures against
corrosion: coatings =gal1anic and 4inc3
organic coating agents3 metal cladding3
sherardi4ing>0
07 ".
8 )olymers #ol(mer3 Monomer3 #ol(merisation3
!ddition and condensation pol(merisation3
#lastics: de/inition3 t(pes: thermosetting H
thermo so/tening plastics3 compounding o/
plastics3 properties and applications o/
plastics3 *ubber8 structure o/ rubber8
Natural rubber: preparation H properties3
@ulcani4ation o/ rubber3 properties o/
1ulcani4ed rubber3 s(nthetic rubber H its
comparison 2ith natural rubber0 #roperties
and applications o/ rubbers0
07 ".
< Su+ercon-uctors Introduction to superconductors3 t(pes3 09 "0
-
properties3 preparation and structure o/ ":
-: , superconductors3 Fullerenes3 )rganic
electronic materials0
7 Nanotechnology Introduction3 Importance3 Si4e dependent
properties o/ nanomaterials3 #reparation
methods3 Characterisation methods and
applications o/ nanomaterials
09 "0
Total #$ %&&
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:- ,$ ex+eriments shoul- be +er*orme-.
)art "":- )racticals
To estimate o/ hardness o/ 2ater b( EDT! comple%ometric titration0
To estimate estimate amount o/ chloride in tap 2ater b( Mohr:s Method0
To determine al&alinit( o/ the gi1en 2ater sample0
To determine acidit( o/ the gi1en 2ater sample0
To estimate the amount o/ iron in plain carbon steel allo(0
To estimate the amount o/ copper in 6rass allo(0
To estimate the amount o/ 4inc in 6rass allo(0
To determine saponi/ication 1alue o/ gi1en oil0
To determine acid 1alue o/ gi1en lubricating oil0
To determine relati1e 1iscosit( o/ gi1en oil0
To determine /lash point 1alue o/ gi1en lubricating oil using !ble:s apparatus0
To determine /lash point 1alue o/ gi1en lubricating oil using #en&s( Martin:s apparatus0
To prepare pol(st(rene /rom st(rene0
To prepare 6a&elite /rom phenol and /ormaldeh(de0
earning Resources:
Text 'oo( :-
K Engineering Chemistr( ?ain H ?ain Dhanpat *ai H Co0 =#1t0> Delhi ; ""0 008'td
Edition: Fi/teenth =-007>
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
! Te%t 6oo& o/ Chemistr( Shashi Cha2la Educational H Technical #ublishers
Dhanpat *ai H Co0 =#1t0> 'td3 Edition: Third =-00.>
Nanotechnolog(: #rinciples H #ractices Shubha D0 Dul&arni
Capital #ublishing $ouse3 Dar(angaj3 -0080 Ne2 Delhi - ""000- =INDI!>
,0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Communication S&ills-II
Subject Code : 0-$M- -0-
Teaching & Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
Rationale:
The students ha1e been alread( e%posed to the 'anguage S&ills pertaining to English3
leading to a better understanding o/ English H use o/ grammar3 de1eloping a base /or the
language0 No2 2ith a 1ie2 to achie1e some master( o1er the language H to de1elop
Communication S&ills3 2hich is the main objecti1e o/ this subject3 the basic concepts o/
communication 3 oral3 2ritten and non-1erbal s&ills ha1e been introduced0 In order to gi1e
students a proper e%posure to good 2riting3 a te%t boo& containing selected passages is
introduced0
Objectives:
The student 2ill be able to:
"0 Cnderstand and use the basic concepts o/ communication and principles o/
e//ecti1e communication0
-0 Ai1e a positi1e /eedbac& I 1arious situations3 to use appropriate bod(
language H to
a1oid barriers /or e//ecti1e communication0
,0 +rite the 1arious t(pes o/ letters3 reports and o//ice dra/ting 2ith the
appropriate /ormat0
90 To de1elop in students scienti/ic curiosit(3 topic such as the uni1erse3 and
scienti/ic 5ueries are introduced0
Syllabus
Theory:
Sr.No. Contents !
Section "
0" "ntro-uction to Communication:
"0"0 De/inition3 Communication c(cleGprocess3
"0-0 The elements o/ communication:
sender-message-channel-recei1er-/eedbac& H conte%t
"0,0 De/inition o/ communication process
"090 Stages in the process: de/ining the conte%t3 &no2ing the
07 "-
,"
audience3 designing the messages3 encoding3 selecting
proper channels3 transmitting3 recei1ing3 decoding and
gi1ing /eedbac&
0- Ty+es o* Communication:
Formal-In/ormal3 @erbal-Non1erbal3 @ertical-$ori4ontal-
Diagonal
09 08
0, )rinci+les o* E**ective Communication:
,0"0 De/inition o/ e//ecti1e communication
,0-0 communication barriers H ho2 to o1ercome them
,0,0 De1eloping e//ecti1e messages: thin&ing about purpose3
&no2ing the audience3 structuring the messages3 selecting
proper channels3 minimi4ing barriers H /acilitating /eedbac&
07 "-
09 Non-verbal-gra+hic Communication:
90"0 Non-1erbal codes: =a>Dinesics =b>#ro%emics
=c> $aptics =d> @ocalics =e> #h(sical appearance =/>
Chornemics =g> !rti/acts
90-0 !spects o/ bod( language
90,0 Interpreting 1isuals H illustrating 2ith 1isuals li&e
tables3 charts3 H graphs
"0 -0
Section ""
0. 6ormal Oral S(ills
.0"0 Speech practices
.0-0 Aroup Discussion
.0,0 Con1ersation Session
.090 #ronunciation
.0.0 Te%t- Aood e%posure to technical 1ocabular( and
biographical s&etches o/ scientists and technologists
"7 .0
Total #$ %&&
1ssignments:
"0 Communication C(cle =2ith the help o/ diagram>
-0 Communication Situations
='ist o/ . communication situations stating the t(pe o/ communication>
,0 6arriers that $inder a #articular Communication Situation
=State the t(pe o/ barrier3 and ho2 to o1ercome them>
90 De1eloping a Stor( or a #aragraph /or the Topic sentence
=in a group o/ .-8 students>
.0 Speech Session
80 Identi/( the Errors in Sentences
<0 Semi Formal 'etters and Social 'etters
70 Description o/ )bjects o/ #rocess
0 Comprehension
"00 Composition
Note: The abo1e assignments are suggested to be completed in the
,-
prescribed 2or&-boo&0
earning Resources:

Text 'oo(: Communication S&ills II-
Compiled b( Mrs0 Thomas H Mrs0 Drishnamurth( 3 $HM Dept 3 -00
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"0 De1eloping Communication S&ills3 Mohan Drushan3 6anerji Meera3 Macmillan3 India3
First Edition3 -000
-0 Communication S&ills3 6hattachar(a ?o(eeta3 *eliable Series3 Mumbai3 First Edition3
-00,
,0 E1er(ones Auide to E//ecti1e +riting3 ?a(a&aran3 !pple #ublishing3 !pple #ublishing3
First Edition3 -00"
,,

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Rationale:-
The subject gi1es in/ormation o/ the basic circuit elements and
net2or& theorems using basic circuit elements0 This helps the students
in understanding the application and anal(sis o/ these elements0
Objectives:-
Students should be able to:
"> !ppl( 'a2s and Theorems to 1arious seriesGparallel electric circuits0
-> !nal(4e the circuit per/ormance 2ith current and 1oltage sources0
,> !nal(4e circuit beha1iour o/ resistance3 capacitance and inductance0
9> E%plain transient beha1iour o/ capacitor charging and discharging circuit3
and *' transients0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr.
No
Contents
!
Section "
" Electric Current an- Ohm>s a?
*e1ie2 o/ *esistance3 Concept o/ Electric Current H Electric #otential 'a2s o/
*esistance3 *esisti1it(3 Conductance H Conducti1it(3 E//ect o/
Temperature on *esistance3 Temperature coe//icient o/ *esistance3
)hm:s 'a23 *esistance in Series H #arallel Circuits3 Current di1ision
in parallel circuits0
07 -0
- Net?or( Theorems , *or /C circuits .
Concept o/ #assi1e3 !cti1e3 Cnilateral H bilateral circuit0 Dirchho//:s 'a2s3
Ma%2ell:s 'oop Current = Mesh > !nal(sis3 Nodal !nal(sis3 @oltage source3
", -.
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Electrical Engineering Fundamentals
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; -0,
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
,9
Current source3 source trans/ormation0
T;EORE!S:The1enin:s3 Norton3 Ma%imum #o2er Trans/er3 *eciprocit(3
H Millman:s Theorem0
StarG Delta H DeltaG Star Trans/ormations0
, 4or(8 )o?er an- Energy
$eating e//ect o/ Electric Current H ?oule:s 'a2 o/ Electric $eating0
0- 0.
Section ""
9 Electrostatics an- Ca+acitance
EECTROST1T"CS: Static Electricit(3 !bsolute H *elati1e #ermitti1it(
o/ a Medium3 'a2s o/ electrostatics3 Electric Field3 Electrostatic induction3
Electric Flu%3 Electric /lu% Densit(3 electric potential H energ(3 potential
Di//erence3 6rea&do2n 1oltage H dielectric strength0
C1)1C"T1NCE : Capacitor3 Capacitance3 parallel plate capacitor3
multiplate capacitor3 C(lindrical Capacitor3Capacitors in series H parallel3
Energ( stored in a capacitor3 charging H discharging o/ a capacitor0
", -.
. !agnetism an- Electromagnetism
!12NET"S!:!bsolute and *elati1e #ermeabilities o/ a Medium3
'a2s o/ Magnetic Force3 Magnetic /ield strength3 Flu% H Flu% Densit(0
EECTRO!12NET"S!: Force on a current carr(ing conductor
l(ing in a magnetic /ield3 Force bet2een t2o parallel conductors0
Magnetic circuit H related de/initions3 Composite Magnetic circuit3
#roblems based on calculation o/ !mpere Turns0 Electric H Magnetic
circuit comparison0
0< ",
8 Electromagnetic "n-uction
#roduction o/ induced em/ and current3 Farada(:s 'a2s o/
Electromagnetic Induction3 'en4:s'a23 staticall( H d(namicall(
Induced em/3 sel/ inductance3 mutual inductance3 coupling coe//icient3
inductances in series and parallel3 magnetic h(steresis3 energ( stored
in a magnetic /ield3 rise and deca( o/ current in a inducti1e circuit0
0. "-
Total #$ %&&

)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
%. Stud( o/ Superposition Theorem0
0. Stud( o/ The1enin:s Theorem0
3. Stud( o/ Norton:s Theorem
#. Stud( o/ Ma%imum #o2er Trans/er Theorem0
@. Transient *esponse o/ *C charging H discharging circuits0


,.
One +roblem *or each o* the above ex+eriments shoul- be solve-
on !9T"S"! , Electronic 4or( 'ench . so*t?are.
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo( :-
! te%t boo& o/ Electrical Technolog( @olume - I 3 -00. Edition3
b( 6 ' Theraja3 ! D Theraja3 S Chand and Compan( 'imited0
Re*erence 'oo(s :-
"> Electrical Technolog(3 7
th
Edition b( Ed2ard $ughes3 3 #earson Education0
-> Circuits H Net2or&s 9
th
Edition b( Sudha&ar H Sh(ammohan3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
,> Engineering Circuit !nal(sis 8
th
Edition b( +illiam $0 $a(t3 ?r0 H
?ac& E0 Demmerl(3 =Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
,8
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : 6asic +or&shop #ractice- II
Subject Code : 0-ME- -0,
Teaching & Examination Scheme
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
" - , - - - - - - - - - - .0 -0 .0

Rationale:
Mechanical diploma student is e%pected to &no2 basic 2or&shop practice li&e3 Aas
+elding3 gas cutting0 Fitting3 Drilling3 Tapping3 sheet metal0 The students are re5uired to
identi/(3 operate and control 1arious machines0 The students are re5uired to select and
use 1arious tools and e5uipments related to sheet metal processes0
Objectives:
The student 2ill able to
Dno2 basic 2or&shop processes0
*ead and interpret job dra2ing0
Identi/(3 select and use 1arious mar&ing3 measuring3 holding3 stri&ing and cutting tools H
e5uipments0
)perate3 control di//erent machines and e5uipments0
Inspect the job /or speci/ied dimensions0
#roduce jobs as per speci/ied dimensions0
!dopt sa/et( practices 2hile 2or&ing on 1arious machines0

)art "- Theory
Sr.No. Contents
0" +E'DINA S$)#:
Introduction0
T(pes o/ 2elding3 !*C 2elding3 Aas 2elding3 Aas Cutting0
+elding o/ dissimilar materials3 Selection o/ 2elding rod
material3 Si4e o/ 2elding rod and 2or& piece0
Di//erent t(pes o/ /lame0
Elementar( s(mbolic representation0
Sa/et( precautions in 2elding3 sa/et( e5uipments and its use
in 2elding processes0
9
0- S$EET MET!' +)*DINA:
Introduction0
@arious t(pes o/ tools3 e5uipments and accessories0
Di//erent t(pes o/ operations in sheet metal shop0
Soldering and ri1eting0
9
,<
Sa/et( precautions0
0, '!T$E:
Introduction0
@arious operations per/ormed on 'athe machine0
Main parts o/ 'athe machine0
9
09 SMIT$E S$)#:
Introduction0
Di//erent /orging tools and #o2er $ammer0
Di//erent /orging processes li&e shaping3 caul&ing3 /ullering3
setting do2n operations etc0
Sa/et( precautions and sa/et( e5uipments0
9
Total %7
)art "" - )racticals
Sr.No. ist o* )racticals
0" FITTINA S$)#:
)ne simple male /emale /iltting job in1ol1ing all /itting operations0
0- +E'DINA S$)#:
Demonstration o/ di//erent 2elding tools G machines0
Demonstration o/ !rc +elding3 Aas +elding3 Aas Cutting and rebuilding o/
bro&en parts 2ith 2elding0
)ne simple job in1ol1ing butt and lap joint0
0, S$EET MET!' S$)#:
Demonstration o/ di//erent sheet metal tools G machines0
Demonstration o/ di//erent sheet metal operations li&e sheet cutting3 bending3
edging3 end curling3 lancing3 soldering and ri1eting0
)ne simple job in1ol1ing sheet metal operations and soldering and ri1eting0
09 MET!' TC*NINA:
Demonstration o/ 'athe machine0
Demonstration o/ 1arious parts o/ 'athe machine0
Demonstration o/ 1arious operations per/ormed on 'athe0
)ne simple job in1ol1ing plain turning3 step turning and cham/ering0

Re*erence 'oo(s:
Text 'oo(s:
Mechanical +or&shop #ractice-D0C0?ohn-#$I 'earning #1t 'td0 EEE -0"0
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"0 60S0 *aghu2anshi- +or&shop Technolog( ; Dhanpat *ai and sons3 Ne2
Delhi3
th
Edition3 -00-
-0 S0D0 $ajra Chaudhar(- +or&shop Technolog( @ol I H II ; Media #romoters and
#ublisher3 Ne2 Delhi0 7
th
edition3 "78
,7

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Rationale:
The subject gi1es basic concept o/ programming in C0 Students 2ill be able
to use it as a de1elopment tool in applications o/ 1arious /ields0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"> E%plain the concepts o/ constants3 1ariables3 data t(pes and operators0
-> De1elop programs using input and output operations0
,> +rite programs using di//erent looping and branching statements0
9> +rite programs based on arra(s and strings handling /unctions0
.> +rite programs using user-de/ined /unctions3 structures and union0
8> +rite programs using C pointers0

Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents L
1 "ntro-uction to C
Constants3 1ariables3 character set3 data t(pes3 operators = !rithmetic3
'ogical3 Conditional3 *elational3 increment H decrement3 bit 2ise3
special operator precedence3 Merging input H output operators >3
E%pressions0
6
2 /ecision !a(ing & 'ranching
I/ statement = i/3 i/ ; else3 else-i/ ladder3 nested i/-else3 s2itch case
Statement3 brea& statement >0
4
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : #rogramming in LC:
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; -09
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
2 - 2 - - - - - - - - 50 20 25 10 75
,
3 /ecision ma(ing & oo+ing
2hile3 do3 do-2hile statements0 For loop3 continue statement0
4
4 1rrays
Declaration3 initiali4ation o/ one dimensional3 t2o dimensional
!nd character arra(s3 accessment o/ arra( elements.
4
5 Strings
Declaration3 initiali4ation o/ string 1ariables3 string handling
Functions /rom standard librar(0
3
6 6unctions
Need o/ /unction3 Scope H li/etime o/ 1ariable3 de/ining /unction3
Function call = call b( 1alue3 call b( re/erence > return 1alues3
Storage classes0
Function categor( = No argument no return 1alue3 no argument
+ith return 1alue3 argument 2ith return 1alue t(pe >3 *ecursion0
5
7 Structures
De/ining3 declaring and accessing structures members0
Structure initiali4ation3 structure arra(s.
3
8 )ointers
Introduction3 declaring H accessing pointers3 pointers arithmetic3
#ointers H arra(s0
3
Total 30
)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
+rite a program in C
" > To chec& 2hether gi1en number is odd or e1en0
- > To re1erse the gi1en number0
, > To print an( character li&e L M L or our college name0
9 > To /ind the greatestGsmallest o/ the gi1en three numbers0
. > To /ind ma%imum and minimum o/ gi1en n numbers b( using arra(s0
)r to arrange the gi1en arra( in ascending and decending order0
8 > To search a gi1en number in an arra( and displa( its position0
< > To calculate area o/ circle H rectangle using /unctions0
7 > To /ind /actorial o/ gi1en number b( recursion method0
> S5uare Matri% operation li&e addition H subtraction0
Student should 2rite at least one program that co1ers all o/ the
abo1e course contents0
90
earning Resources:-

Text 'oo(:-
#rogramming in C3 9
th
Edition3 b( 6alagurus2am(3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
Re*erence boo(s:
"> 'et us L C L3
th
Edition3 b( Eash2ant # Danet&ar
=6#6 #ublications>0
-> The complete re/erence C3 9
th
Edition b( $erbert Schildt3
McAra2-$ill3 )sborne Media0



9"


Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-

Rationale:-
This subject 2ill help the students in &no2ing the general 2or&ing and
/aults occurring in the 1arious common appliances0
Objectives:-
The student must be able to :
"> Identi/( the 1arious parts o/ common household gadgets0
-> E%plain the principle o/ operation o/ these gadgets0
,> Troubleshoot common /aults that can occur in these gadgets0

ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments :
""0 Domestic 2iring practice o/ /an3 tube light H 2ater heater =Ae(ser>0
"-0 Stud( o/ domestic electrical /an starter0
",0 Stud( o/ domestic electronic /an speed regulator =Dimmer>0
"90 Stud( H /abrication o/ general purpose dc po2er suppl( =6atter( Eliminator>0
= DC 1oltage 8 @ to ". @3 .00 m! rating >0
".0 Stud( o/ mobile charger0
"80 Stud( H /abrication o/ "0- @ Nic&el Metal $(dride = Ni-M$ > batter( charger0
Re*erence 'oo(s :
"> Electrical 2iring3 Estimation and Costing3 8
th
Edition b( S0'0Cppal =Dhanna
#ublisher>0
-> #o2er Supplies /or all occasions "
st
Edition b( M C Sharma = 6#6 #ublications >0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Electrical H Electronic Engineering +or&shop - II
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; -0.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - 2 - - - - - - - - - - 25 10 25
9-
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title : Mathematics III
Subject Code : 0-M!-,09
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, " - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - -. "0 ".0
Rationale:-

The stud( o/ mathematics is necessar( to de1elop the s&ills essential /or sol1ing
engineering problems0 Integral calculus is routinel( needed b( engineers in calculations
li&e mean 1alue3 r0m0s0 1alue0 'aplace Trans/orm is needed to /ind solution o/
di//erential e5uations0
Objectives:-
"0 To ma&e students 2ell 1ersed in 1arious methods o/ integration /or sol1ing problems0
-0 To impart &no2ledge o/ 'aplace Trans/orm0

Syllabus
Theory:-
9,
earning Resources:
Text 'oo(s:

". !pplied Mathematics III- 60M0#atel3 ?0M0*a2al and others - Nirali #ra&ashan
=?ul(--0"0>
Sr. No. Contents !
Section "

%

"ntegration
"0" De/inition o/ integration0 Integration o/ standard
/unctions0
"0- Theorems o/ integration0
"0, Methods o/ Integration
"0,0" Integration b( substitution
"0,0- Integration b( trigonometric trans/ormation0
"0,0, Integration b( partial /ractions0
"0,09 Integration b( parts0
"09 De/inite Integration
"090" De/inition o/ de/inite integral0
"090- #roperties o/ de/inite integral 2ith simple problems0
"090, *eduction /ormulae0
-0 ,.
"0. 1++lications o* -e*inite integrals.
"0.0" !rea under cur1e0 !rea bounded b( t2o cur1es0
"0.0- Mean and *MS 1alue

0< ".
Section ""

0 a+lace Trans*orm
-0" De/inition o/ 'aplace Trans/orm3 'aplace Trans/orm o/
Standard /unctions0
-0- #roperties o/ 'aplace Trans/orm - 'inearit(3 /irst
Shi/ting propert(3 multiplication b(
n
t 3 di1ision b( t 0

""

-.
-0, In1erse 'aplace Trans/orm b( de/inition
-0,0" #roperties o/ In1erse 'aplace Trans/orm
-0,0- Method o/ partial /ractions0
-09 'aplace Trans/orm o/ deri1ati1es0
-0. Solution o/ di//erential e5uation using 'aplace Trans/orm
"0 -.
Total #$ %&&
99
-> Mathematics /or #ol(technic students- S0 #0 Deshpande- #une @id(arthi Ariha
#ra&ashan =/irst edition-!ug0-00.>
Re*erence 'oo( :
"> !pplied Mathematics II =Electrical3 Instrumentation and 6oimedical> ;
A0@0 Dumbhoj&ar - C0 ?amnadas H Co0=*e1ised third edition -0"0-"">



Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Rationale:-
This subject is course on the basics o/ !0C /undamentals3 Net2or&
!nal(sis
o/ the circuits 2ith dependent sources and the graph theor(0 It aims at
ma&ing
the student con1ersant 2ith di//erent techni5ues o/ sol1ing the problems
in the
/ield o/ !0C circuits and anal(sis0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"> E%plain the beha1iour o/ *C charging and discharging circuits and *' circuits0
-> !nal(4e single H three phase circuits using resistor3 inductor H
capacitor elements0
,> E%plain and anal(4e series and parallel resonant beha1iour o/ a
circuit0
9> !nal(4e di//erent theorems /or dc and ac circuits using dependent
sources0
.> Stud( net2or& topolog(0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title : Electrical Net2or&s - I
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; ,08
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
3 1 2 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
9.

Syllabus
)art ":- Theory

Sr. No Contents !
Section "
"
/.C. Transients:
a> *C circuits
b> *' Circuits
09 0
- 1.C 6un-amentals:
a> !lternating Current and @oltage3
b> Sinusoidal3 Triangular3 S5uare0 =#eriodic 2a1e/orms>0
c> Fre5uenc(3 Time #eriod3 #hase !ngle o/ !0C
2a1e/orms0
d> *0M0S 1alue3 a1erage 1alue and #hasor representation o/
alternating 5uantities0
e> Inductors H capacitors3 phase relationships Hconcept o/
impedance0
/> Introduction to rectangular and polar /orms o/ !0C
5uantities0
g> #ol(phase circuits- Star and Delta
h) #o2er Measurements in #ol(phase Circuits
"- -9
, Resonance:
a> Series *esonance
b> #arallel *esonance
09 07
9 Net?or( To+ology. ,2ra+h Theory.:
a> Araph and Subgraphs
b> Tree and Cotree
c> Cutset and Tieset
d> Sol1e solution o/ simple net2or&s0
09 0
Section ""
. Circuit 1nalysis ,6or 1.C an- /.C circuits ?ith -e+en-ent
sources.:
a> Mesh !nal(sis
b> Nodal !nal(sis
c> Source Con1ersion
d> Source Shi/ting
"- -.
8 Net?or( Theorems ,6or 1.C an- /.C circuits ?ith -e+en-ent
sources.:
"- -.
98
a> The1enin:s Theorem
b> Norton:s Theorem
c> Superposition Theorem
e> Ma%imum po2er Trans/er

Total #$ %&&

Tutorials: "0 #roblems based on each topic0
)art "":- )racticals:-

ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
• Transient response o/ *' circuit0
• Transient response o/ *C circuit0
• #hase Shi/t measurement in *' Circuit0
• #hase Shi/t measurement in *C Circuit0
• #hase Shi/t measurement in *'C Circuit
• #o2er Measurements in !0C circuits-)ne +att Meter method0
• #o2er Measurements in !0C circuits-T2o +att Meter method0
• E%periment on Series *esonance0
• E%periment on #arallel *esonance0

earning Resources:-
Textbook:-
Circuits H Net2or&s 9
th
Edition b( Sudha&ar H Sh(ammohan3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-

"> Engineering Circuit !nal(sis 8
th
Edition b( +illiam $0 $a(t3 ?r0 H
?ac& E0 Demmerl(3 =Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
-> Net2or& !nal(sis3 ,
rd
Edition b( @an @al&enberg3 #rentice $all India #ri1ate
'imited0
,> Net2or& s(stems3 -nd Edition b( D0 *o( Chaudhar(3 Ne2 !ge International0
9<



Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-

Rationale:-
Electronic circuits are /ound in man( e5uipments and s(stems 2hich 2e use in our li/e0
It is there/ore necessar( /or an engineer to stud( the components =de1ices>3 their
characteristics and applications used in these e5uipments and s(stems0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"> Identi/( di//erent diodes on their characteristics and application basis0
-> #repare di//erent t(pes o/ recti/ier and /ilter circuits0
,> !nal(4e di//erent con/igurations o/ 6ipolar ?unction Transistor circuits0
9> 6uild small signal ampli/ier and s2itch applications o/ Transistor0
.> Identi/( di//erent t(pes o/ optoelectronic de1ices on basis o/ their
construction3 characteristics and applications0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title : Electronics - I
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; ,0<
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
4 - 3 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
97
Sr.
No.
Contents !
Section "
" Semicon-uctor /io-e :
a> /io-e: *e1ie2 o/ # and N t(pe semiconductors3 #N junction diode3 its
e5uation0 ?unction and Di//usion capacitance0
Characteristics and 1arious speci/ications =ratings> o/ a #N junction diode0
b. /io-e 1++lications : Diode as a s2itch0
i. Recti*iers & 6ilters: $al/ +a1e *ecti/ier =$+*>3Full +a1e *ecti/ier =F+*> -
centre tap trans/ormer and bridge t(pe0 Their comparision on the basis o/
-- ,0
9
Part II:- Practicals
List of Laboratory Experiments:-
"> Characteristics o/ Aermanium and Silicon Diode0
-> Characteristics o/ Jener Diode
,> Characteristics o/ 'ight Emitting Diode = *ed3 Areen3 Eello2 and 6lue color >0
9> Input and )utput characteristics o/ Common Emitter 6?T0


circuit operation3 2a1e/orms3 a1erage=dc> 1alue o/ recti/ier output3
ripple /actor3 ripple /re5uenc(3 trans/ormer utili4ation /actor3 recti/ication
e//icienc(3 ad1antages and disad1antages
Filter t(pes ; C3 '3 'C3 C'C = N >0 Comparision3 merits H demerits0
ii. Cli++ing & Clam+ing circuits : T(pes and applications0
iii. 5oltage !ulti+lier circuits : T(pes and applications0
c. Aener -io-e : Construction3 Characteristics3 @arious Speci/ications=*atings>0
!pplication in a simple 1oltage regulator circuit0
a. )oint Contact /io-e8 5aractor /io-e an- Schott(y /io-e.

, O+toelectronic /evices : Construction3 2or&ing3 characteristics and applications
o/ photoconducti1e cell3 photo1oltaic cell3 'ight Emitting Diode3 In/ra *ed
'ight Emitting Diode3 their spectral response cur1es3 'i5uid Cr(stal Displa(3 )pto-
)ptocouplers0
"0 -0
Section ""

, 'i+olar =unction Transistors , '=T . :
i> Construction3 2or&ing principle o/ #N# and N#N transistors3 characteristics
o/ C63 CE and CC con/igurations0 DC and !C current gains O3 P3 Q0
*e5uirement o/ biasing3 di//erent t(pes o/ biasing circuits /i%ed3 bias circuit
2ith emitter resistor3 collector to base biasing circuit3 1oltage di1ider biasing
circuit and emitter bias circuit0 Thermal stabilit( /actor0 Comparision o/ each
on the basis o/ thermal stabilit(0 Transistor Speci/ications0 Transistor Testing0
ii. a. 1++lication o* '=T in a Small Signal 1m+li*ier:
r
e
transistor model3 $(brid e5ui1alent model0
!nal(sis o/ CE single stage Small Signal !mpli/ier , ?ith un-by+asse- &
by+asse- emitter resistor .8 using appro%imate h(brid e5ui1alent circuit
H r
e
model0 =ampli/ier input3 output impedance3 current H 1oltage gain >0
b. 1++lication o* '=T CE inverter s?itch.
-7 90
9 9nijunction Transistor ,9=T. : Construction3 principle o/ operation3 characteristic
and use o/ C?T in *ela%ation )scillator circuit0
09 "0
Total 7# %&&
.0
.> Characteristic o/ #hotodiode and #hototransistor0
8> Diode recti/ier circuits = $+* and F+* >3 2ithout and 2ith C ; t(pe /ilter0
<> Diode Clipping and Clamping circuits0
7> Single stage CE Small Signal !mpli/ier0 =+ith un- b(passed H b(passed *
E
>
> 6?T CE s2itch application0
"0> C?T characteristics and C?T *ela%ation )scillator circuit0
""> Jener Diode 1oltage regulator0
NOTE: Students must per/orm at least one e%periment o/ abo1e topics on MC'TISIM
Electronic +or&bench So/t2are and submit 2ith the laborator( journal0
earning Resources:-

Text 'oo(:-
Electronic De1ices and Circuit Theor(3
th
Edition b( *obert 6o(lestad H 'ouis
Nashels&(3 #rentice $all India #ri1ate 'imited0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Electronic #rinciples3<
th
Edition b( !lbert #aul Mal1ino3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'td>0
-> Electronic De1ices and Circuits3 .
th
Edition b( Da1id 6ell3 )%/ord Cni1ersit( #ress0
,> 6asic Electronics and 'inear Circuits3 9
th
Edition b( 6harga1a3 Dulshrestha
and Aupta =Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0

."
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-

Rationale:-
This subject is meant to /amiliari4e the students 2ith 1arious electrical H
electronic instruments0The subject is to be illustrated 2ith bloc& diagrams H circuit
diagrams0
Objectives:
The students should be able to:
"> Dno2 the construction o/ the instruments0
-> Cnderstand the principles and operation o/ di//erent measuring instruments0
,> Select the appropriate instrument /or measurement0
9> )bser1e reading and interpret the 1alues /rom di//erent meters0
.> Ai1e the applications o/ the instruments0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr.
No.
Contents !
Section "
" Error classi/ication3 dimensions o/ electrical 5uantities3 Standard o/
resistance and 1oltage0
0
9
07
- C*) bloc& diagram3 /unctions o/ the 1arious bloc&s3 time-base
generators0 S(nchroni4ation o/ the s2eep3 triggered s2eep3 dela( line in
triggered s2eep0
Dual trace and dual beam C*)3 measurement o/ phase and
/re5uenc(
using C*)3
'issajous patterns3 Storage oscilloscope
0
<
".
, !mmeter and 1oltmeter=DC>3 multi-range ammeters3 multi-range
1oltmeters0
'oading e//ect o/ 1oltmeter and solid state 1oltmeter3 e%tension
o/ range o/ 1oltmeter and ammeter and problems based on the same0
0
<
".
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title : Measuring Instruments
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; ,07
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
.-
9 Indicators and Displa( De1ices0 Energ( meters0 0
8
"-
Section ""
. #rincipal o/ +heatstone bridge3 limitations o/ +heatstone bridge
measurement o/ medium resistance b( ammeter3 1oltmeter method0
Del1in:s double bridge /or measurement o/ lo2 resistance3 meggar and
analog multimeter0 D0C0 potentiometer and principal o/ !0C0
potentiometer3 application o/ potentiometer0!0C0 bridges3 Ma%2ell
Inductance bridge3 Schering bridge and +ien 6ridge0
0
<
".
8 /igital "nstruments:
Digital Multimeters3 Digital Fre5uenc( Meter =basic circuit>
Digital Measurement o/ Time =periodic measurement>3 Cni1ersal
Counter0
0
<
".
< *ecorders: Strip chart recorder3 FE recorder0

0
.
"0
7 #hase and /re5uenc( meter =digital>: *e5uirement o/ signal generator
and theor( o/ signal generator3 Function generator
0
.
"0
Total

#
$
%&&
)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
Errors in measurements: *esistance3 Series and parallel connected resistances0
Measurement o/ medium resistance using @-I method0
Measurement o/ Inductance using !0C0 6ridge
Measurement o/ capacitance using !0C0 6ridge
E%tension o/ range o/ 1oltmeter and ammeters0
E%tension o/ range o/ an ammeter0
Measurement o/ high resistance using Meggar
Measurement o/ Fre5uenc(3 #ea&-to-pea& 1oltage o/ di//erent signals using C*)
Measurement o/ #hase shi/t using 'issajous patterns0
Measurement o/ Fre5uenc( using Intensit( modulation0

earning Resources:-
Text 'oo( :-
Electronic Instrumentation3 -
nd
Edition b( $0 S0 Dalsi3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
Re*erence 'oo(s :-
"> ! Course in Electrical and Electronics Measurements3 "7
th
Edition
b( ! D Sa2hne(3 Dhanpat *ai H Compan( #ri1ate 'imited0
-> Modern Electronic Instrumentation and measurement techni5ues ,
rd
Edition
6( !lbert D $el/ric& and +illiam D Cooper3 #rentice $all
.,
India #ri1ate 'imited0


Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-

Rationale:-
This subject 2ill gi1e the students &no2ledge o/ digital technolog( applications in 1arious
/ields
li&e computers3 consumer electronics3 communication s(stem3 radar3 marine3 militar( s(stems3
medical instrumentation3 industrial process control0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"> Do con1ersion o/ number s(stems0
-> Describe operation o/ basic logic gates0
,> Simpli/( a logical e%pression and get simpli/ied circuit using di//erent techni5ues0
9> !nal(4e 2or&ing and gi1e applications o/ 1arious combinational and se5uential
logic circuits0
.> Compare logic /amilies.
8> Identi/( di//erent t(pes o/ memories and their applications0
Syllabus
Part I:- Theory
Sr.No. Contents !
Section "
" "ntro-uction8 Number Systems8 Co-es:
Introduction to digital s(stem3 Con1ersion bet2een decimal3 binar(3 octal H
he%adecimal numbers0 6inar( arithmetic0":sH -:s complements o/ binar( numbers0
Signed numbers3 arithmetic operations 2ith signed numbers0
6CD 79-" code3 :s H "0:s complement3 6CD arithmetic3 E%cess ; ,3 Ara(3
!lphanumeric3 !SCII H E6CDIC codes0 #arit( method /or error detection0
0< ".

Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title : Digital Techni5ues
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; ,"-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
3 - 2 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
.9
- ogic 2ates an- Combinational ogic Circuits :
!ND3 )*3 N)T3 N!ND3 N)*3 EF ;)*3 EF-N)* Aates0
6oolean !lgebra: )perations3 E%pressions3 'a2s H *ules0
DeMorgan:s Theorems0 N!ND H N)* used as uni1ersal gates0
Simpli/ication o/ 'ogic E%pression b( using 6oolean !lgebra0
Sum -)/-#roducts = S)# > H #roduct-)/-Sums = #)S > /orms o/ logic e%pression3
their con1ersion to standard /orms0 Darnaugh map reduction techni5ue /or - to 9
input 1ariables /unction0 Don:t Care Condition0 Troubleshooting o/ logic circuits0
"0 -0
, ogic 6amilies :
Stud( o/ TT' H CM)S /amil(3 their characteristics H parameters comparision
= propagation dela( time3 po2er dissipation3 /an-out3 inputGoutput logic le1els3
dc suppl( 1oltage3 speed-po2er product >0
0< ".
Section ""
9 1++lications o* Combinational ogic Circuits :
$al/ H Full !dders3 Subtractors3 Comparators3 Encoders3 Decoders3 Multiple%ers3
Demultiple%ers3 #arit( AeneratorsGChec&ers0 Troubleshooting0
0< ".
. SeBuential ogic Circuits :
6li+ 6lo+s : S-*3 D latches3 Cloc&ed ='e1el H Edge Triggered>3
S-*3 D3 ?-D H T /lip /lops0 Flip /lops 2ith #reset H Clear inputs0
Counters : !s(nchronous and S(nchronous3 Mod- N3 Cp-Do2n3 #resettable8
*ing3 T2isted *ing3 Decade and 6CD counters0
Registers : Shi/t )peration ='e/t3 *ight3 6i-Directional> SIS)3 SI#)3 #IS)8
#I#) and uni1ersal shi/t registers0
Troubleshooting o/ se5uential logic circuits0
"- -.
8 !emories & )rogrammable ogic /evices , )/>s. :
T(pes: *!M3 #*)M3 E#*)M3 F'!S$ H other special t(pe memories0
= principle o/ operation3 characteristics and applications > 3 introduction to
C#'Ds and F#A!s0
0. "0
Total #$ %&&
Part II:- Practicals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments : , 9sing TT an-:or C!OS "C>s . :
"> To 1eri/( the truth table o/ TT' logic gate IC:s <9073 <9,-3 <9003 <90-3 <9780
-> To built S-* latch using TT' <900 and <90- IC:s0
Mechanical s2itch contact-bounce eliminator application o/ S-* latch0
,> To store a - bit and a 9 bit 2ord using D latches IC <9<.0
Stud( H truth table 1eri/ication o/ <9<9 D /lip /lop IC0
9> Toggle H /re5uenc( di1ider application o/ ? D /lip /lop IC <9<8!0
.> Stud( o/ binar( counter IC <9,0 )btaining mod-- to mod-". circuits /rom it0
8> Cse o/ CD 90"<6 Decade Counter IC in 'ED Se5uencer =chaser> application0
Aetting mod-- till mod-"0 conditions /rom it0
..
<> Stud( o/ IC CD 90,,6 Decade counter 2ith < segment 'ED Decoder Dri1er0
To prepare a t2o digit C# counter = 00 to count > b( using t2o CD90,,6 IC:s0
7> Stud( o/ 9 bit 6i-directional uni1ersal shi/t register IC = <9"9G CD 90"9 >0
> Stud( o/ Encoder H Decoder IC:s = <9"9<3<9"973<99-3<9".9 >0
"0> #reparing multiple%er H de-multiple%er circuits using IC:s=<9".03<9"."3 <9".9>0
NOTE : The stu-ents must also +er*orm above:or other relate- ex+eriments on
on !9T"S"! Electronic 4or( 'ench so*t?are an- submit
?ith the laboratory journal.
Learnin !esources:-
Text 'oo(:-
Modern Digital Electronics3 9
th
Edition b( *0#0 ?ain3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Digital Fundamentals b( Thomas '0 Flo(d3 7
th
Edition3 #earson Education Inc0
-> Digital #rinciples H !pplications b( Mal1ino3 .
th
Edition3
=Tata McAra2 ; $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0
,> Digital S(stems:#rinciples H !pplications3 7
th
Edition3b( *0?0 Tocci3 #rentice $all India0
.8
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−

Rationale:-
The subject 2ill help the students in getting practical s&ill o/ assembl(3
testing and troubleshooting o/ 1arious circuits0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"> Ai1e the constructional details and e%plain 2or&ing o/ di//erent t(pes o/ mo1ing coil
and mo1ing iron t(pe instruments0
-> Describe the construction and operation o/ single phase energ( meter0
,> Describe the construction and operation o/ po2er /actor meter0
9> E%plain the use o/ cloc& signal in digital circuits0
.> Describe counter application used in digital cloc&0
Learnin Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents
" Construction3 2or&ing principle o/ #ermanent Magnet Mo1ing Coil !mmeters3
@oltmeters and +attmeters0
9
- Construction3 2or&ing principle o/ Mo1ing Iron !mmeters and @oltmeters0 ,
, Construction3 2or&ing principle o/ Single #hase Energ( Meter0 -
9 Construction3 2or&ing principle o/ #o2er Factor Meter0 "
. 6?T s2itch 2ith 'ED indicator as load /or testing the output logic le1els o/ digital
circuits0
"
8 Cse o/ IC ... !stable Multi1ibrator output as cloc& signal /or digital circuits0 "
< Introduction to digital counter circuits0 -
7 Construction and principle o/ operation o/ a t(pical digital cloc&0 -
Course Name :
Course Code :
Diploma in Electronics Engineering
DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title : Electronic +or&shop - I
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; ,",
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
" - , - - - - - - - - .0 -0 .0 -0 "00
.<
Total %7
Part II:- Practicals

ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"> Stud( o/ 1arious parts o/ #ermanent Magnet Mo1ing Coil = #MMC >
!mmeters3 @oltmeters3 +attmeters0
-> Stud( o/ 1arious parts o/ Mo1ing Iron t(pe !mmeters3 @oltmeters0
,> Stud( o/ 1arious parts o/ Single #hase Energ( Meter0
9> Stud( o/ 1arious parts o/ a po2er /actor meter0
.> To prepare a 'amp Monitor circuit /or testing o/ logic circuit
output 1oltage le1els0
8> To prepare a 'ogic #robeG #ulse Tester /or testing o/ digital circuits0
<> To prepare a cloc& signal =S5uare +a1e/orm Aenerator > using
integrated circuits0
7> To prepare a t2o digit object =e1ent> counter circuit using 'ight
Dependent *esistor ='D*> sensor0
> To stud( a general digital cloc& = ha1ing < segment displa( >3
its principle o/ operation and circuit0
"0> To +re+are one mini +roject ,2rou+ o* 7 stu-ents .8 give seminar
on it an- submit a re+ort o* the +roject in the journal.
NOTE: The students must ma&e the #rinted Circuit 6oard =including art2or&>
/or 8> to "0> listed practicals H mount the circuit in a suitable enclosure0
earning Resources:-
Re*erence 'oo(s :
"> Electronic #roject3 @olume " to @olume "73 "0 Edition on2ards3
b( Electronics For Eou Aroup3 6#6 #ublications0
-> The ... Timer !pplications Sourceboo& 2ith E%periments "<8 Edition3
b( $o2ard M 6erlin3 6#6 #ublications0
,> Electronic Circuits $andboo&3 ,
rd
Edition b( Michael $ Toole( 36#6
#ublications0
9> #ractical Digital Electronics $andboo&3 "
st
Edition b( Michael $0 Toole(3
6#6 #ublications0
.> The !rt o/ Electronics b( #aul $oro2it4 and +in/ield $ill3
-
nd
Edition3 Cambridge Cni1ersit( #ress0


.7
Course Name: Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code: DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title: De1elopment o/ 'i/e S&ills
Subject Code: 0-$M-,0,
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - - - - - - - - - - - - -. "0 -.
Rationale:-
!n(one aspiring /or pro/essional success in 1arious /ields o/ technolog( and
management has to ma&e a 5uic& and lasting impact on the emplo(ers at di//erent le1els
o/ hisGher career0 E//ecti1e communication s&ills is a necessit( toda( and a master( o/
both producti1e s&ills and managerial s&ills 2ill enable students3 job see&ers and
technologists in industr( to reali4e their goals o/ entering either a prestigious institution
or getting a co1eted job0 Their oral s&ills 2ill enable them to per/orm better during
inter1ie2s3 group discussion3 and presentation and 2hile deli1ering speeches0
#resentation s&ills 2ill gi1e the students con/idence3 /oster team spirit and enhance their
po2er o/ e%pression 2hich 2ill be help/ul /or them in /uture 2hile holding seminars and
con/erences0 Further3 all competiti1e e%ams are e%acting and re5uire students to be
pro/icient in the 2ritten /orm0 !ll 2ritings in industries and management re5uire
responsible and /ormal communication0 #o2er/ul 2ritten communication is possible
onl( b( understanding the basics o/ 1arious &inds o/ /ormal 2riting li&e summaries and
resume0 !bilit( to 2rite honest and impressi1e resumes is imperati1e in order to secure a
job o/ one:s choice0 In addition3 managerial s&ills li&e time management3 bod( language
and positi1e thin&ing 2ill shape their personalit( and enable all round de1elopment0
Thus it can be concluded that e//icacious communication in 1erbal and non1erbal
/orm is indeed the sure gate2a( to success in the pro/essional 2orld0
Objectives:-
"0 To train students in o1ercoming stage /right3 to attain composure3 to organi4e thought
process and de1elop 1oice modulation and bod( language0

-0 To de1elop students: interpersonal s&ills and leadership 5ualit(3 to impro1e their
listening and persuasi1e s&ills3 and train them in the 2a(s o/ identi/(ing the source o/
in/ormation3 collecting and planning 0
.
,0 To prepare students /or inter1ie23 ma&e them a2are o/ personal grooming and
concept o/ time 3 to teach students positi1e thin&ing as an ongoing process3 to ha1e
optimistic approach3 3 to culti1ate right 1alues and attitude0
Syllabus
Sr.
No.
Contents
0"
"ral Skills an# $ritin Skills
• Elocution
• Aroup Discussion
• #resentations
• *esume
• Summari4ation
9
.
8
-
-
0- !anagerial S(ills
• Inter1ie2 Techni5ues
• Time Management
• Manners H Eti5uette
• 6od( 'anguage
• #ersonalit( De1elopment
• #ositi1e thin&ing
-
-
-
-
,
-
Total 30
0, )ractical
"0 Students deli1er a prepared speech0
-0 Aroup discussions conducted in class
, 0Aroup o/ 8-< students ma&e a po2er point
presentation
9 0!ssignments on resume 2riting and summari4ation
.0 Moc& inter1ie2s in class
80 *ole pla( b( students0
Term 4or(- Students should submit term 2or& /ile based on abo1e topics0
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(:
"0 6usiness Communication- *aman Meena&shi3 )%/ord3 India3First edition3 -007
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"0 Contemporar( Management3 Aupta C0 603 !#$3 Ne2 Delhi3 First edition3 "-
-0 )rganisational 6eha1iour3 Se&aran Cma3 Tata Mcgra2 $ill3 Ne2 Delhi3 Second
80
edition3-007
,0 Technical Communication3 *aman Meena&shi3 Sharma Sangeeta3 )C#3 India3 Second
impression3 -0090

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-


Rationale:-
Man( times 2e purchase the productGs 2ithout ha1ing proper &no2ledge about its
Technical Speci/ications3 Rualit(3 Cost and other important related issues0 This subject
2ill help the students in proper selection o/ productGs purchase /rom mar&et0
Seminars 2ill help the student to gain con/idence in presentation s&ills re5uired
in a group tal&3 inter1ie2s and other places0
Objectives:-
Student 2ill be able to:
"> !c5uire in/ormation /rom di//erent sources
-> #repare notes /or gi1en topic
,> #resent gi1en topic in a seminar
ist o* 1ctivities :-
% . !ar(et Survey :
The complete classroom strength 2ill be di1ided into groups o/ si% students
each0 Each group 2ill select ONE electronic product =/or eg0 DC #o2er Suppl(3
Signal Aenerator3 C*)3 Tele1ision *ecei1er3 *adio *ecei1er3 #ersonal Computer3
'apTop3 $ome Theatre S(stem3 Cninterrupted #o2er Suppl( =C#S> s(stems3
#ublic !ddress S(stems3 Spi&e Auard Suppressors /or Computers3 'ightGFan
Dimmers3 etc. >
The group 2ill collect in/ormation /rom mar&et o/ 1arious brand names
manu/acturing that product3 general and technical speci/ications o/ the product3
cost o/ the product3 a/ter sales ser1ice /acilit(3 2arrant( and other details0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Third
Subject Title : #ro/essional #ractices - I
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; ,"9
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - 2 - - - - - - - - - - 25 10 25
8"
0. )ro-uct Re+ort :
! report is to be prepared b( each group based on the mar&et sur1e(
done in % .8 and submitted as term-2or&0

3. Seminar :
Indi1idual student /rom each group has to gi1e seminar in the classroom
on their sur1e(ed product and submit the seminar report as term-2or&0
#. Stu-y:Calculation o* Resi-ential Electricity 'ill Charges :
To be -one o* in-ivi-ual house , resi-ence . by each stu-ent.


8-
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : Mathematics I@
Subject Code : 0-M!- 907
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' # T Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - - - - - "-.
Rationale:-
Stud( o/ di//erential e5uations and Fourier series is needed in electrical engineering0
Numerical techni5ues are 1er( essential /or practical applications o/ mathematical
techni5ues in engineering0
Objectives:-
"0 To e%pose students to techni5ues o/ sol1ing di//erential e5uations0
-0 To e%pose students to the 1arious Numerical Techni5ues o/ sol1ing problems0

Syllabus
Theory:-
8,
Sr.
No.
Contents !
Section "

" Di//erential E5uations:
"0" )rder and degree o/ the di//erential e5uation0
"0- Formation o/ di//erential e5uations0
"0, Solution o/ di//erential e5uation o/ /irst order3 /irst
degree0
"0,0" @ariable separable method0
"0,0- $omogeneous di//erential e5uation0
"0,0, Non-$omogeneous di//erential e5uation0
"0,09 Introduction o/ integrating /actor0
"0,0. E%act di//erential e5uation0
"0,08 'inear di//erential e5uation0
"0,0< 6ernoulli:s di//erential e5uation0

",

-.

-
0
Fourier Series
-0" De/inition o/ Fourier Series = Euler:s /ormulae>
-0- Series e%pansion o/ continuous /unctions in the
Inter1als3
( ) l - 3 0
3
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-09 $al/ range series0

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Text 'oo(s :

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Nirali #ra&ashan =si%th edition- ?ul( -0"0>
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Re*erence 'oo( :
"> !pplied Mathematics II - A0@0 Dumbhoj&ar - C0 ?amnadas H Co0=Second edition
-0"0-"">


Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Section ""
,


Solution o/ 'inear di//erential e5uations o/ higher order
2ith constant coe//icients0
,0" Complementar( /unction
,0- #articular integral o/
ax
e 3 ax sin 3
ax cos
3
n
x 3
ax
ve 3
xv
,0, !pplications o/ di//erential e5uation0
"0


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9 Numerical Methods
90" Solution o/ algebraic e5uations
90"0" 6isection method
90"0- *egula - Falsi method
90"0, Ne2ton - *aphson method
90- Solution o/ simultaneous linear e5uations containing
t2o and three un&no2ns
90-0" Aauss elimination method0
90-0- Iterati1e method- Aauss Seidal and ?acobi:
method0

"- -.

Total #$ %&&
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : Electrical Net2or&s - II
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 9".
8.

Rationale:-
This is the second course 2hich e%tends the net2or& theor( to /re5uenc( domain
approach and the anal(sis concepts therein0 6oth the /irst and second course together
2ill strengthen the /undamentals o/ the students as 2ell as ma&e the subject interesting to
the teachers to teach0 S(nthesis gi1es the idea about concept o/ s(nthesis and stabilit( o/
the gi1en circuits and net2or& /unctions0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
!nal(4e /irst and second order s(stem response 2ith dc and ac inputs0
!ppl( 'aplace Trans/orm concept /or /irst and second s(stem in time response
anal(sis o/ 1arious *3 ' and C component seriesGparallel circuits0
Cnderstand the concept o/ natural and /orced response o/ s(stems0
!nal(se one and t2o port net2or& circuits and stud( their 1arious parameters0
Do anal(sis and s(nthesis o/ one port net2or&0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory

Ser.
No.
Contents !
Section "
" D0C and !0C0 Transient *esponse:
Initial and /inal = stead(-state> conditions0
Natural and Forced response o/ the First and Second order s(stems0
=Sol1ing Di//erential E5uations in Time Domain>
Di//erent T(pes o/ Second order *esponses: Cnder-damped3
Criticall(3 o1er-damped and undamped0
"0 -.
- De/inition o/ 'aplace trans/orm3 'aplace trans/orms o/ standard
time signals: Cnit-step3 Cnit *amp3 Cnit #arabolic and Cnit
Impulse /unctions
The initial 1alue and /inal 1alue theorems3 Trans/er /unctions o/ *-
'-C Series and parallel circuits00 #ole-4ero plots3 Natural and
Forced response o/ the First and Second order s(stems0=Sol1ing
Di//erential E5uations in comple% Domain using 'aplace
trans/orms>
"9 -.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - - , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
88
Transient response /rom #ole-Jero plots0
Section ""
, Net2or& Functions: )ne port net2or&s-Dri1ing point impedance
and admittance0
T2o port net2or&s- Trans/er /unctions0
8 ",
9 T2o port parameters : !dmittance=E> parameters3 Impedance =J>
parameters3 $(brid =h>parameters3 Transmission parameters0
E5ui1alent circuits
Interconnection o/ t2o port interconnections
7 "<
. Elements o/ reali4abilt( and s(nthesis o/ one-port net2or&s
$ur2it4 pol(nomial and positi1e real /unctions
Foster and Cauer /orms o/ *'3 *C 3 'C and *'C circuits0
"0 -0
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Tutorials: 1t least 7 )roblems on each subto+ic
Text 'oo(:-
Circuits and Net2or&s :!nal(sis and S(nthesis3 9
th
Edition b( ! Sudha&ar and
Sh(ammohan S #alli3 Tata McAra2 ; $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"0 Introduction to Modern Net2or& S(nthesis,9
th
Edition b( M0 E0 @an @al&enburg
+ile( Eastern #ublications0
-0 Net2or& anal(sis and S(nthesisi3 -
nd
Edition b( Fran&lin F Duo3 +ile(
#ublishers0
,0 Net2or& anal(sis, -0"0 Cpdate Edition b( M E @an @al&enberg3,
#rentice- $all o/ India #1t0 'imited3
90 Engineering Circuit !nal(sis 8
th
Edition b( +illiam $0 $a(t3 ?r0 H
?ac& E0 Demmerl(3 =Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0


Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : Electronics - II
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 9"8
8<

Rationale:-
In Electronics ; I the students 2ere introduced to diodes3 6?T H C?T0 Their
construction3 characteristics and /e2 applications 2ere dealt 2ith0 In Electronics ; II
/e2 more ne2 semiconductor de1ices li&e FET3 SC* 2ill be introduced and other
important applications o/ 6?T H FET 2ill be co1ered0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"> E%plain the constructional and characteristic di//erence o/ di//erent t(pes o/ FET:s0
-> Identi/( di//erent t(pes o/ FET biasing circuit0
,> !nal(4e ?FET small signal ampli/ier circuits0
9> !nal(4e di//erent t(pes o/ 'arge Signal !mpli/ier circuits0
.> E%plain the e//ects in/luencing the /re5uenc( response o/ ampli/iers0
8> #ro1ide 2or&ing o/ di//erent t(pes o/ oscillator circuits0
<> Ai1e construction3 characteristic and application details o/ SC* de1ice0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr.
No.
Contents !
Section "
1 6iel- - E**ect Transistors :
Introduction3 Construction H Characteristics o/ ?unction Field E//ect Transistor
=?FET>0Trans/er characteristics0 Their important speci/ications =parameters>
mentioned in manu/acturer:s data sheets0
Metal )%ide Semiconductor Field E//ect Transistor =M)SFET>0 Depletion-t(pe3
Enhancement-t(pe M)SFET:s0 Their construction3 characteristics H parameters0
@ertical M)SFET =@M)S> H Complementar( M)SFET = CM)S >0
?FET @oltage @ariable *esistor =@@*> and CM)S in1erter s2itch applications0
10 20
2 6ET 'iasing :
Fi%ed 6ias3 Sel/ 6ias and @oltage Di1ider biasing circuits o/ ?FET0 6iasing
circuits o/ depletion and enhancement t(pe M)SFET0
07 15
3 =6ET Small C Signal 1nalysis :
Introduction3 FET small signal model3 ?FET /i%ed bias3 sel/ bias 1oltage di1ider
bias con/igurations0 ?FET source /ollo2er =Common Drain> con/iguration3
?FET common gate con/iguration0
07 15
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
3 1 3 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
87
Section ""
4 '=T an- 6ET 1m+li*ier 6reBuency Res+onse :
'o2 /re5uenc( response o/ *C coupled3 trans/ormer coupled3 direct coupled3
Introduction to high /re5uenc( response o/ 6?T and ?FET ,No -etail analysis..
Multistage = cascaded > /re5uenc( e//ects0
04 08
5 S+ecial con*igurations :
Cascode3 Darlington and Di//erential !mpli/iers0
@oltage gain3 input impedance and output impedance o/ = Dual Input 6alanced
)utput3 Dual Input Cnbalanced )utput3 Single Input 6alanced )utput H
Single Input Cnbalanced )utput3 con/igurations o/ r
e
mo-el di//erential
ampli/iers>0 , No /erivations .
09 07
6 arge Signal , )o?er 1m+li*iers . :
Introduction3 T(pes: Class ! series /ed3 Class ! trans/ormer Coupled3
Class 63 Class !63 Class C H Class D ampli/iers0 Total $armonic Distortion3
Fre5uenc( Distortion0 Necessit( o/ $eat Sin&s0
06 14
7 6ee-bac( an- Oscillator Circuits :
Concept o/ negati1e H positi1e /eedbac&0T(pes o/ negati1e /eedbac& ampli/ier
circuits0 *C phase shi/t3 +ien 6ridge3 $artle( and Colpitt )scillator circuits0
07 15
8 Silicon Controlle- Recti*ier , SCR . :
Construction3 2or&ing principle3 characteristics3 t2o transistor analog(
and applications0
03 05
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"> Stud( o/ N Channel ?FET drain and trans/er characteristics0
-> Stud( o/ N channel ?FET small signal ampli/ier0
,> Stud( o/ ?FET used as a shunt and series s2itch0
9> 'o2 /re5uenc( response o/ single and t2o stage *C coupled 6?T
CE small signal ampli/ier0
.> Stud( o/ *C #hase shi/t and +ien 6ridge )scillator circuits0
8> Stud( o/ $artle( or Colpitt )scillator circuit0
<> To stud( Integrated Circuit 'M ,70 or 'M ,78 audio po2er ampli/ier0
7> To plot /re5uenc( response o/ abo1e ampli/ier0
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo( :-
Electronic De1ices and Circuit Theor(3
th
Edition b( *obert 6o(lestad H 'ouis
Nashels&(3 #rentice $all India #ri1ate 'imited0
8
Re*erence 'oo(s :-
9> Electronic #rinciples3<
th
Edition b( !lbert #aul Mal1ino3
=Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'td>0
.> Electronic De1ices and Circuits3 .
th
Edition b( Da1id 6ell3 )%/ord Cni1ersit( #ress0
8> 6asic Electronics and 'inear Circuits3 9
th
Edition b( 6harga1a3 Dulshrestha
and Aupta =Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited>0

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : Theor( o/ Electrical Machines
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 9--
<0

Rationale:-
This subject is classi/ied under core technolog( group 2hich intends to teach
/acts3 concepts3 principles H procedure /or operation H testing o/ electrical machines3
such as DC generators3 DC motors3 single H three phase trans/ormers and
three phase induction motor0 Student 2ill be able to anal(4e the characteristics o/
DC motors3 Trans/ormers H Rualitati1e #arameters o/ these machines0

Objectives:-
Student 2ill be able to
"> Dno2 the constructional details H 2or&ing principles o/ dc machines H
trans/ormers0
-> Test motors H trans/ormers0
,> E1aluate the per/ormance o/ dc motors H trans/ormers b( conducting 1arious
tests0
9> Decide the suitabilit( o/ dc generator motor H trans/ormer /or particular purpose0
.> +rite the speci/ications o/ dc machines H trans/ormers as per re5uirement0
8> )perate an( machine properl(0
earning Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
" S"N2E );1SE TR1NS6OR!ER
,0" Introduction0
,0- Construction0
,0- #rinciple o/ operation0
,0, Ideal trans/ormer and actual trans/ormer0
,09 E5ui1alent circuit and phasor diagrams0
,0. Test on trans/ormer-
)pen circuit test0 Short circuit test polarit( test
,08 @oltage regulation0
,0< Trans/ormer losses H e//icienc(
,07 Single phase auto trans/ormer : #rinciple3
ad1antages and disad1antages0
,0 #arallel operation0
"< ,.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
3 - 3 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
<"
- /C !1C;"NES
"0" Construction H 2or&ing principle o/ DC
machines0
"0- #rinciple o/ operation0
"0, Methods o/ e%citation0
"09 EMF e5uation0
"0. )perating characteristics o/ Dc Machines
0< ".
Section ""
, /C !OTORS

-0" +or&ing3 principle3 bac& EMF3 tor5ue e5uation0
-0- Starting o/ dc motor =series H shunt>0
-0, Speed control o/ dc motor0
-09 E//icienc( H testing o/ DC Motors0
-0. !pplication o/ DC Motors
0 -0
9 "N/9CT"ON !OTOR

90" Construction0
90- Comparison 2ith Trans/ormer0
90, #rinciple o/ operation0
909 #hasor diagram H e5ui1alent circuit0
90. Tor5ue e5uation0
908 Tor5ue 1Gs slip characteristics0
90< #er/ormance o/ induction motor0
907 Determination o/ e5ui1alent circuit parameters0

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Total #$ %&&


)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"> To identi/( the constructional parts o/ D0 C0 machine0
-> Speed control o/ DC shunt motor0
,> 'oad test o/ DC shunt motor0
9> To measure the per/ormance o/ single phase trans/ormer b( conducting )0C0
and S0C0 test0
.> 'oad test on trans/ormer0
8> No load H bloc& rotor test o/ a , phase induction motor0
<> 'oad test on , phase induction motor0

Text 'oo(:-
Electrical Machines3 ,
rd
Edition b( S D 6hattachar(a3
<-
Tata McAra2- $ill #ublishing Compan( 'imited0

Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Electrical Machiner(3 .
th
Edition b( #0S0 6himbra3 Dhanna #ublishers0
-> Electrical Technolog(3 <
th
Edition b( $0 Cotton3 C6S #ublishers and
Distributors0
,> Electrical Technolog( -@ol0 II3 -,
rd
*e1ised Edition b( 60' Theraja 3
and ! D Theraja3 S Chand H Compan( 'td0
9> Electrical Machines3 "st Edition b( Samarjit Ahosh3 #earson Education

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : !nalog Integrated Circuits
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 9-,
<,

Rationale:-
Integrated circuits o//er ad1antages li&e miniaturi4ation3 more reliabilit( e%cellent
thermal
stabilit( and lesser cost because o/ mass production compared to discrete circuits0
!nalog ICs are 2idel( used in computer industr(3 automobile industr(3 home appliances3
medical /ield3 communication3 test H measuring instrumentation H other /ields0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
Describe electrical characteristics and parameters o/ a standard )perational !mpli/ier0
!nal(4e e//ects o/ negati1e /eedbac& on operational ampli/ier circuit0
Identi/( 1arious linear and nonlinear applications o/ operational ampli/ier0
Describe the use o/ operational ampli/ier in 2a1e/orm generator circuits0
E%plain the 2or&ing and applications o/ speciali4ed integrated circuits0

earning Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory

Sr
No
Contents !
Section "
" "ntro-uction to O+erational 1m+li*iers :
6loc& diagram representation o/ a t(pical )#-!M#3 Schematic S(mbol3
T(pes o/ ICs3 De1elopment o/ ICs = SSI3 MSI3 'SI3 @'SI #ac&ages >0
0, 0.
- "nter+retation o* /ata Sheets & characteristics o* an O)-1!) :
Electrical characteristics H #arameters o/ S!<9"C )#-!M#3 ideal )#-!M#3
E5ui1alent circuit o/ )#-!M#3 Ideal @oltage Trans/er Cur1e3 )pen loop
con/igurations = di//erential3 in1erting H non-in1erting ampli/iers >0
0, 0.
, 1n O)-1!) ?ith negative *ee-bac( :
6loc& diagram representation o/ /eedbac& con/igurations0 Stud( o/ @oltage
Series H @oltage Shunt Feedbac& !mpli/iers = Closed loop 1oltage gain3
input impedance3 output impedance3 band2idth3 total output o//set 1oltage
2ith /eedbac& > 3 @oltage Follo2er0
Stud( o/ Di//erential !mpli/iers using one3 t2o and three op-amps0
08 ".
9 2eneral inear 1++lications : ", -.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
<9
DC H !C !mpli/iers3 !C !mpli/iers 2ith single suppl( 1oltage3 Summing3
Scaling H !1eraging !mpli/iers = in1erting3 non-in1erting H di//erential >0
"nstrumention 1m+li*iers:Monolithic IC !D8-00 I! using transducer
bridge
2ith thermistor3 photocell3 strain guage3 !pplications li&e temperature
indicator H controller3 light intensit( meter3 /lo2 and conducti1it( meter3
measurement o/ tor5ue3 /orce3 pressure and 2eight0
@oltage to current con1erter3 Current to 1oltage con1erter applications0
)#-!M# Integrator3 Di//erentiator Circuits=!d1antages o1er passi1e circuits>
1ctive 6ilters : First order3 Second order lo2 pass3 high pass /ilters3
6andpass H 6andreject Filters =+ide H Narro2 >3 !ll #ass /ilters
Section ""
. Non inear 1++lications :
@oltage comparators H op-amps0Stud( o/ Monolithic comparator IC 'M,,0
5oltage com+arator a++lications: 'e1el Detector3 on-o// control3 +indo2
Detector3 bar-graph meter3 #ulse +idth Modulation3 Schmitt Trigger3
Eliminating comparator chatter3 h(steresis in on-o// controller0
#recision recti/iers =$+* H F+*>3 #ea& Detectors3 Sample H $old circuits0
0< ".
8 Signal 2enerators :
#hase Shi/t H +ien 6ridge Sine +a1e )scillators3 Ruadrature )scillator3
S5uare +a1e3Triangular +a1e H Sa2 Tooth +a1e Aenerator using O)-
1!).
S5uare 2a1e generator using CD 90, or <9$C<9"9 Schmitt Trigger IC:s.
09 "0
< S+ecialiDe- "C 1++lications :
Timer "C @@@: Monostable3!stable36istable3 Schmitt Trigger H other
circuits0
Function Aenerator @C) IC .88 stud( and applications0
#hase 'oc&ed 'oop IC NE .8. stud( H applications li&e /re5uenc(
multiplier3
FM Demodulation3 Fre5uenc( Shi/t De(ing Demodulation0
Fre5uenc( to @oltage H @oltage to Fre5uenc( con1erter IC TSC 9000
Fi%ed #ositi1e H Negati1e linear 1oltage regulator ICs <7FF3 <FF series0
!djustable 1oltage regulator IC 'M ,"< H 'M ,,<0 IC <-, regulator0
S2itching *egulators0
"- -.
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments :-
"> In1erting3 Non-In1erting3 @oltage Follo2er3 In1erting !dder3 Di//erentiator3
integrator applications using IC <9"C )#-!M#0
-> Filter applications: 'o2 pass3high pass3bandpass H bandreject using IC <9"C
,> S5uare +a1e Aenerator3 Triangular +a1e Aenerator using IC <9"C0
<.
9> Ruad Comparator IC 'M ,, applications li&e 1oltage le1el detector3 +indo2
Detector3 6ar Araph Meter3 astable multi1ibrator3 Schmitt trigger H #+M0
.> Timer IC ... applications li&e s5uare 2a1e/orm generator3 ramp generator3
Se5uential timer3 Schmitt trigger3 missing pulse detector3 /re5uenc( di1ider0
#hase Shi/t H +ien 6ridge )scillator circuits using )#-!M# 'F ,."C0
#'' IC .8. used in /re5uenc( multiplier H /re5uenc( modulation circuit0
TSC 900 IC application as @ G/ and / G@ con1erter0
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo( :-
)#-!M#S and 'inear Integrated Circuits3 9
th
Edition b( *ama&ant ! Aa(a&2ad3
#rentice $all o/ India #ri1ate 'imited0
Re*erence 'oo(s :-
)perational !mpli/iers and 'inear Integrated Circuits b( *obert F Coughlin
H Fredric& F Driscoll0 8
th
Edition3 #earson Education !sia0
Design 2ith )perational !mpli/iers and !nalog Integrated Circuits3 9
th
Edition3
b( Sergio Franco =Tata McAra2 - $ill #ublishing Compan( 'td>0

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : Electronic +or&shop - II
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 9-9
<8

Rationale:-
This subject 2ill help the students in increasing their practical abilit( o/ ma&ing
printed circuit board3 assembl( o/ the circuit components on the board3 testing3
troubleshooting and /inal mounting o/ the circuit in an enclosure0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"> 6uilt a dc po2er suppl( o/ proper 1oltage and current rating /or a gi1en application0
-> Describe the 1arious speci/ications o/ audio po2er ampli/ier and built the same0
,> E%plain 1arious speci/ications o/ a Function Aenerator to pro1ide sinusoidal3
S5uare and Triangular output signals0
9> E%plain the operation and application o/ a Digital #anel Meter0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents
" DC po2er suppl( speci/ications: line regulation3 load regulation3
*ipple *ejection *atio3 drop out 1oltage3 load current limit0
,
- Important speci/ications o/ !udio #o2er !mpli/ier: DC po2er
suppl(3 Input sensiti1it( /or rated po2er output3 Total $armonic
Distortion3 6and2idth o/ ampli/ier0
,
, Tone control Ggraphic e5uali4er circuits to customi4e the /re5uenc(
response o/ the ampli/ier0
-
9 Stud( o/ material and method used in ma&ing spea&er bo%es o/
#o2er !mpli/iers0
-
. Stud( o/ speci/ications o/ a t(pical Function Aenerator used till
" M$4 range0
-
8 E%tension o/ ,T Digital #anel Meter range /or 1oltage and current0 -
< Se5uential Timer operation and application0 -
Total %7

)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"> To prepare a dc po2er suppl( o/ /ollo2ing output 1oltages :
a > U . @ at appro%imatel( "00 ! using IC <70. H IC <0. to po2er digital circuits0
b > U ". @ at appro%imatel( "00 ! using IC <7". H IC <". to po2er linear ICs
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
1 - 3 - - - - - - - - 50 20 50 20 100
<<
= )#-!M#S and other special purpose ICs >0
-> To prepare a adjustable =1ariable> positi1e 1oltage dc po2er suppl( using 'M ,"< IC0
,> To prepare a /i%ed 1oltage =high or lo2 > positi1e dc suppl( 2ith load CC**ENT
'IMIT /acilit( b( using IC <-,0
9> To prepare one audio po2er ampli/ier = an( 2attage - + to -0 + >3 b( using an( IC
= 'M ,703 'M ,783 T6! 7"03 TD! "0"03 TD! -0-03 TD! -00- >0
.> To pro1ide 6ass and Treble tone control circuit /or abo1e ampli/ier3 select a suitable
spea&er and bo% and mount the ampli/ier circuit in the bo% = !mpli-Spea&er >0
8> To prepare a Function =+a1e/orm> Aenerator using IC F* --08 or IC' 70,70
<> To prepare a Digital #anel Meter =, T digit displa( > using IC <"08 or IC <"0<0
a> To con1ert it into an appro%imate multi range 1oltmeter o/
-00 m@3 -@3 -0 @ and -00 @ /ull scale de/lection0
b> To con1ert it into an appro%imate multi range ammeter o/ -00 S!3 - m!3
-0 m! and -00 m! /ull scale de/lection0
7> To prepare a se5uential timer using Timer IC:s ... to dri1e at least three
RE1< loa-s operating on -,0 @ single phase .0 $4 suppl(0
NOTE : The students must ma&e the #rinted Circuit 6oard o/ abo1e circuits H
mount the abo1e circuits in a suitable enclosure0
earning Resources:-
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Electronic Circuits $andboo&3 ,
rd
Edition b( Michael $ Toole( 36#6 #ublications0
-> The !rt o/ Electronics b( #aul $oro2it4 and +in/ield $ill3 -
nd
Edition3
Cambridge Cni1ersit( #ress0
,> !udio IC Circuit Manual3 "- Edition b( *0 M0 Marston3 6#6 #ublications0
9> )#-!M#S and 'inear Integrated Circuits3 9
th
Edition b( *ama&ant ! Aa(a&2ad3
#rentice $all o/ India #ri1ate 'imited0



Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : Data Manual /or Electronic Components
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 9-.
<7

Rationale:-
This subject 2ill help the students in doing proper selection o/ components used /or a
gi1en
circuit application0 6( bro2sing through the manu/acturer catalogue user can respect
certain electrical and en1ironmental limits =ma%imum ratings > so as to pre1ent
permanent
damage or mal/unctioning o/ the componentsGcircuit0
Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
Identi/( the pac&age t(pe and terminal =pin> la(out o/ di//erent Transistors
and Integrated Circuits0
6ro2se through di//erent manu/acturers catalogues=Data Sheets> and select
proper de1ice /or a particular application3 so that the ratings are not e%ceeded
thereb( pre1enting damage o/ de1ice and circuitr(0
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-

%. Transistor an- "ntegrate- Circuit +ac(ages :
Stud( o/ common pac&ages =Terminal G #in Identi/ication> li&e T)--3 T)-,3
T)-.3 T)--0-3 T)---03 "C +ac(ages: Flat #ac&3 Metal Can3
Dual-In-line #ac&age=DI#> plastic H ceramic3 Small-)utline IC =S)IC>3
#lastic 'eaded Chip Carrier=#'CC>3'o2-#ro/ile Ruad Flat #ac&age = 'RF# >0
0. /io-es :
#opular recti/ier diode "N900" through "N900< series important ratings li&e
!1erage hal/ 2a1e recti/ied /or2ard current3 pea& repetiti1e re1erse 1oltage3
rms re1erse 1oltage3 pea& surge current3 operating temperature range3 ma%imum
/or2ard 1oltage drop3 etc0
3. Aener /io-e :
#ac&age3 t(pe number3 Nominal Jener 1oltage @
J
M I
JT
3 Jener Test Current I
JT
3
#o2er rating #
J
3 Ma%imum DC Jener Current I
JM
3 Jener Dnee Current I
JD
3
Ma%imum Jener Impedance M I
JT
and ma%imum re1erse lea&age current0
#. 'i+olar =unction Transistors : )ac(age ty+es8
Electrical characteristics : = at T
!
V -.W

C >
O66 characteristics : *e1erse 6rea&do2n @oltages 6@
CE)
3 6@
C6)
3 6@
E6)
3
Collector Cuto// current = I
CEF>
3 6ase cuto// current0
ON characteristics : DC Current Aain h
FE
3 Collector-Emitter Saturation
@oltage @
CE sat
3 6ase-Emitter Saturation @oltage @
6E sat
0

Small signal characteristics : h
/e
3 h
ie
3 h
re
3 h
oe
3 transition /re5uenc( /
T
0
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - - - - - - - - - - - - .0 -0 .0
<
S?itching characteristics : Dela( time3 rise time3 storage time3 /all time0
/1T1 S;EET ST9/< 6OR 1T E1ST ONE S!1 S"2N1 '=T
"EE 'C@#F18'8C & 6OR ONE )O4ER TR1NS"STOR "EE 0N3&@@.
@. 6iel- E**ect Transistors : )ac(age ty+es8
!aximum ratings = at T
!
V -.WC3 li&e Drain Source @oltage @
DS
3 Drain Aate
@oltage @
DA
3 Drain Aate Source 1oltage @
ASD3
Aate current I
A
3 Total De1ice
Dissipation M T
!
V -.WC3 Derating abo1e T
!
V -.WC3 ?unction Temperature0
Electrical Characteristics M T
!
V -.WC3
O66: Aate Source 6rea&do2n @oltage @
ASS
3 Aate *e1erse Current I
ASS
3
Aate Source Cuto// =#incho//> @oltage@
AS=o//>
0
ON: Jero Aate @oltage Drain Current I
DSS0
Small Signal Characteristics :
For2ard trans/er !dmittance (
/s
3 )utput !dmittance (
os
=Common Source>0
/1T1 S;EET ST9/< 6OR 1T E1ST ONE =6ET "EE '64%&8 0N @#@F.
7. "ntegrate- Circuits : )ac(age ty+es8
a. inear "C>s :
De1ice Number3 Aeneral Description3 !bsolute Ma%imum *atings3 #in
Con/iguration3 Electrical Characteristics = DC H !C > at T
!
V -.WC3
T(pical #er/ormance Cur1es3 Testing Circuits and !pplications0
)perating Temperature *anges /or Commercial3 Industrial and Militar(
Arade IC:s0
Stud( o/ popular IC:s li&e Fre5uenc( compensated S! <9"C operational
!mpli/ier3 +ide 6and2idth ?FET input operational ampli/ier3
'M ,70 audio po2er ampli/ier3 'M,, Ruad comparator0 NEGSE .88 @C)0
b. /igital "C>s :
#er/ormance Characteristics and #arameters li&e #ropagation Dela( Time3
DC Suppl( @oltage3 #o2er Dissipation3 Input and )utput 'ogic 'e1els3
Speed #o2er #roduct /or :
" . TT Series: <93 <9S3 <9'S3 <9!S3 <9!'S and <9F0
"" . C!OS Series: <9$C and <9$CT $igh speed CM)S3
<9'@ 'o2 1oltage CM)S3
<9 !'@C !d1anced 'o2 @oltage CM)S0
earning Resources:-
Re*erence 'oo(s: !anuals :-
The Transistor and Diode Data 6oo& /or Design Engineers3 "
st
Edition "<,
b( Te%as Instruments0
Jener Diode $andboo&3 "77 Edition b( Motorola0
The TT' Data 6oo& /or Design Engineers3 <
th
European Edition b( Te%as Instruments0
70
National !nalog and Inter/ace #roduct Data 6oo&3-00- Edition
b( National Semiconductors0
CM)S 'ogic Data 6oo& MM.9G<9$CG.9$CTG<9$CT3 $igh Speed CM)S3 CD90003
MM .9G<9C Families3 Sur/ace Mount3 "77 Edition3 6( National Semiconductors0
Data Sheet 6oo& ; I 3 /or 'inear3TT' H CM)S IC:s3 "7 Edition3
= !n Ele&tor #ublication >



Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fourth
Subject Title : #ro/essional #ractices - II
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 9-8
7"


Rationale:-
Field and Industrial 1isit 2ill gi1e the student a practical e%posure to the technical
details re5uired /or their course stud(0
Seminars 2ill help the student to gain con/idence in presentation s&ills re5uired
in a group tal&3 inter1ie2s and other places0
Objectives:-
Student 2ill be able to:
"> !c5uire in/ormation /rom di//erent sources
-> #repare notes /or gi1en topic
,> #resent gi1en topic in a seminar
ist o* 1ctivities :-
% . 6iel- 5isit :
The complete classroom strength 2ill be di1ided into groups o/ si% students
each0 Each group 2ill 1isit :
a> ! Shopping Mall in Mumbai 0
Collect in/ormation li&e the total number o/ shops in the Mall3 a1erage time
/or 2hich the shopGs are open3 Electrical 'oad =Energ( Consumption> per
month0
b> MTN' Telephone E%change3 +orli T@ Centre3 T@ Manu/acturing Compan(
li&e )nida3 DC po2er suppl( H signal generator manu/acturing compan(
li&e !plab0=or 1arious other electronic products manu/acturing companies >0

0 . "n*ormation Search :
Each group o/ si% students 2ill collect technical in/ormation /or
an( one topic o/ their /ield /rom Internet3 Computer Maga4ines li&e
Chip3 Digit3 Computer !cti1e3 Electronics For Eou or an( other0
3 . Seminar :
! seminar should be gi1en b( each student on the topic co1ered in
!cti1it( column %. and 0. H submit the seminar report as term 2or&0
# . ectures by )ro*essional : "n-ustrial Ex+erts in their *iel-.


Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - 2 - - - - - - - - - - 25 10 25
7-


Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fi/th
Subject Title : !nalog Communication
Subject Code : 0 ; EE - .,,
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
7,
!ationale:−
Communication pla(s 1ital role in our li1es0 De1elopment in communication
technolog( ha1e increased its applications in allied /ields o/ electronics including
satellite3 mobile3 *!D!*3 telephon(3 telegraph(3 industrial controls3 etc0 It is the
technolog( subject 2hich e%pert the student to understand the operation and /ault/inding
o/ !M H FM transmitter3 !M H FM radio recei1er H identi/(ing di//erent antennas0
"b%ecti&es:−
The student should able to
"0 Classi/( di//erent t(pes o/ communication s(stem0
-0 E%plain electromagnetic spectrum0
,0 Describe amplitude modulation H its t(pes0
90 Identi/( di//erent section in radio recei1er0
.0 Troubleshooting !M G FM radio recei1ers
80 To describe FM0
<0 Compare !M H FM0
70 Describe di//erent parameter o/ transmission line and their radiation pattern0
0 Describe di//erent t(pes o/ 2a1e propagation and their application.
Learnin Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents L '
Section I
" Introduction to electronic communication
"0" Importance
"0- 6loc& diagram o/ communication s(stem
"0, Modulation
"0,0" Need /or modulation
"09 T(pes o/ Electronics communications
"090" Simple%
"090- Duple% ; Full H $al/
"090, Digital
"0909 !nalog
"0. !pplications o/ communication
"08 The electromagnetic spectrum =di//erent bands H
their /re5uencies>
0, 0.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
3 - 3 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
79
"0< Concept o/ Transmission band2idth0
- !mplitude modulation H Fre5uenc( modulation
-0" De/inition
-0- Modulation inde% ; de/inition3 its e//ect on
modulated signal3 simple numerical0
-0, Mathematical representation o/ amplitude
modulated 2a1e H its meaning =concept o/
sidebands>
-09 6and2idth re5uirement
-0. *epresentation o/ !M signal in time H /re5uenc(
domain0
-08 #o2er relation in !M 2a1e3 simple numerical0
-0< Fre5uenc( modulation =de/inition>
-07 De/inition ; De1iation ratio3 ma%0 De1iation ratio0
-07 Mathematical representation o/ /re5uenc(
modulation and its meaning0
-0 *epresentation o/ /re5uenc( modulated signal in
time domain and /re5uenc( domain0
-0"0 6and2idth re5uirement ; simple numerical
-0"" FM signal generation using reactance modulator
circuit =transistori4ed>0
-0"- Concept 2ith graph-pre emphasis and de-emphasis0
-0", 6loc& diagram o/ FM transmitter e%planation
2ith 2a1e/orm =!rmstrong /re5uenc( modulation
s(stem>
"0 -0
, *adio recei1ers =!M H FM>
,0" #rinciple o/ heterod(ne
,0- 6loc& diagram o/ super heterod(ne recei1er and
its 2or&ing 2ith 2a1e/orms0
,0, Characteristics o/ !M radio recei1er- Sensiti1it(3
Selecti1it(3 and Fidelit(0
,09 Demodulation o/ !M signal0
,0. Need o/ !AC and its t(pe ; simple3 dela(ed =2ith
graph>
,08 6loc& diagram o/ FM recei1er e%planation 2ith
2a1e/orm0
,0< FM Detector ; slope detection3 trans/ormer action
at abo1e H belo2 resonance ratio detector =diode
circuit>3 #'' =bloc& diagram and operation>
e%planation 2ith 1ector diagram0
"" -.
Section ""
9 Transmission lines
90" Fundamentals o/ transmission line0
90- E5ui1alent circuit o/ transmission line
90-0" Aeneral e5ui1alent circuit
0< ".
7.
90-0- *F e5ui1alent circuit
90, Characteristics impedance3 methods o/
calculations H simple numerical0
909 'osses in transmission line0
90. Standing 2a1e ; S+*3 @S+*3 *e/lection
coe//icient3 simple numerical0
908 Ruarter 2a1e H hal/ 2a1elength line
9080" Impedance in1ersion b( 5uarter 2a1elength
line
9080- Ruarter 2a1e trans/ormer H impedance
matching
9080, #roperties o/ line o/ 1arious lengths0
90< Impedance matching
90<0" Stubs ; single H double
90<0- 6aluns
. !ntennas
.0" !ntennas /undamentals0
.0"0" *adiation mechanism0
.0"0- Concept H de/inition o/ polari4ation3 band2idth3
beam 2idth3 antenna resistance3 directi1it(3
antenna gain3 po2er densit(0
.0- Dipole antenna
.0-0" $al/ 2a1e dipole antenna
.0-0- *adiation pattern
.0, Folded dipole antenna H its radiation pattern0
"0 -0
8 +a1e #ropagation
80" Fundamental o/ electromagnetic 2a1e0
80- Trans1erse electromagnetic 2a1e3 polari4ation0
80, Around 2a1e
809 Ionosphere
80. S&( 2a1e propagation
808 Concept o/ actual height and 1irtual height0
80< De/inition ; critical /re5uenc(3 ma%0 useable
/re5uenc(3 s&ip distance3 /ading
807 Space 2a1e propagation0
80 Duct propagation
80"0 Troposphere scatter propagation
0< ".
Total #$ %&&
Part II:- Practicals
Skills to be #e&elope# −
"ntellectual S(ills:
"0 *eading
-0 Sourcing o/ +eb sites
!otor S(ills:
78
"0 Testing
-0 Measurement
List of Laboratory Experiments:- ,1ny Ten.
"0 )bser1e !M the !M Signal on Spectrum !nal(4er
-0 )bser1e FM 2a1e H calculate modulation inde%0
,0 @isit to transmitter station H prepare a report0
90 Dra2 the circuit diagram H la(out o/ !M radio recei1er0
.0 @oltage 2a1e/orm anal(sis at 1arious points in !M radio recei1er0
80 )bser1e input H output 2a1e/orms o/ !M detector0
<0 #lot graph o/ sensiti1it( o/ recei1er0
70 #lot graph o/ selecti1it( o/ recei1er0
0 #lot graph o/ /idelit( o/ recei1er0
"00 Fault /inding o/ !M radio recei1er0
""0 Create t2o /aults in each section )* /ault /inding in FM radio recei1er3 Createt2o
/aults in each section
"-0 #repare a report on di//erent t(pes o/ radio recei1ers a1ailable in mar&et0 Find out
their speci/ications3IC used etc
",0 FM detector characteristics0
"90 Measure the length o/ directors3 re/lectors3 dipoles and spacing bet2een them o/ Eagi
uda antenna and compare 2ith the theoretical 1alue0
".0 #lot the directional pattern o/ gi1en antenna0
#repare an( t2o mini projects:
"0 !MGFM *adio *ecei1erGTransmitter using transistor0
-0 !M modulatorGdetectorGmi%er using diode0
,0 FM detector0
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(s: -
"> Electronic Communication S(stems3 9
th
Edition b( Aeorge Denned(3 and Da1is3
Tata McAra2-$ill
-> Electronic Communication S(stems Fundamental Through !d1anced3 .
th
Edition3
b( +a(ne Tomasi3 #earson Education0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Electronic Communications3 9
th
Edition b( *odd( H Collen 3 #rentice $all India
#1t0 'td0
-> Communication Electronics3 9
th
Edition b( 'ouis E0 Fren4el3 Tata McAra2-$ill0
,> Electronic Communication S(stems 3 -
nd
Edition b( 6la&e3
Delmar Cengage 'earning0
9> !nalog H Digital Communication3 "
st
Edition b( $su H Mitra3Tata McAra2-$ill0
7<
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fi/th
Subject Title : Industrial Measurements
Subject Code : 0-EE-.,9
77
Rationale:
The main objecti1e o/ introducing this subject in the diploma course o/
Electronics is to e%pose the student 2ith /undamental &no2ledge on Modern Engineering
practices that re5uire ade5uatel( precise and /ast measurement0 It 2ill impart &no2ledge
related to the applications o/ the di//erent t(pes o/ sensors and transducers 2hile teaching
the 1arious topics o/ this course0
!/ter stud(ing the course the students 2ill be able to identi/( di//erent t(pes o/
sensors and transducers and their applications in the /ield o/ instrumentation and
measurements0 The students 2ill be able to select appropriate transducers relating to a
process and 2ill also get the rele1ant technical &no2 ho2 about the conditioning o/ a
signal /rom a transducer /or the purpose o/ measurement0
Objectives:
Student 2ill be able to:
"0 Cnderstand the 6asic #rinciple o/ Measurement0
-0 Cnderstand the basic principles o/ sensors and transducers
,0 E%ploit each sensors H transducers /or measurement o/ large number o/ 1ariables0
90 Select the most suitable transducer based on its per/ormance characteristics3 /or
speci/ic measuring tas&s0
.0 Select the appropriate transducersGsensor /or 1arious applications o/ Measurement
o/ non-electrical 5uantit( in Industrial process
80 Cnderstand the process o/ Data ac5uisition0
<0 Compare di//erent t(pes o/ transducer on their per/ormance characteristics and
applications
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr.
No.
Contents !
Section "
0" 'asic conce+ts an- Classi*ication :- Introduction3 S(stem Con/iguration3
#roblem !nal(sis3 6asic Characteristics o/ Measuring De1ices3 Calibration
Transducers-
Classi/ication and re5uirements8 Selection Criteria8 T(pes0
0. "0
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
3 - 3 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
7
0- /is+lacement an- Strain:
'@DT3 *@DT3 Capaciti1e3 *esisti1e3 #rinciple o/ +or&ing3 !d1antages3
Disad1antages and !pplications0
Strain Aauge- T(pes o/ strain gauge3 theor( o/ operation o/ resistance strain
gauge3 t(pes o/ electrical strain gauge3 materials o/ strain gauge3 Strain Aauge
Circuits0
07 ".
0, 5ibration an- )ressure !easurement:
@ibration-0 Introduction3 Characteristic o/ @ibration3 !nal(sis o/ @ibration-
Sensing De1ices3 @ibration-Sensing De1ices- @elocit( transducer3 6onded
strain gauge !ccelerometer3 #ie4oelectric accelerometer3 Digital
accelerometer3 Shoc& Measurements3

#ressure -!bsolute3 Aauge3 !tmospheric3 @acuum0 de/inition3 Concept and
Cnits3 Manometers3 Elastic #ressure Transducers ; 6ourdon Tube3 6ello2s3
Diaphragm3 Capsule3 @ariable *eluctance t(pe3 @ariable capacitance t(pe3
Thin /ilm pressure transducer3 Digital pressure transducer Calibration o/
#ressure Instruments ; Dead +eight Tester
"- -.
Section ""
09 6orce an- TorBue trans-ucer :- Introduction3 Force-Measuring Sensor-
'oad Cell3 E//ect o/ Temperature @ariations3 D(namic *esponse o/ Elastic
Transducers3 Digital Force Transducers3 Force-6alance De1ice3 $(draulic
'oad Cell3 Electronic +eighing S(stem3 Tor5ue Measurement
08 ".
0. Tem+erature !easurement:
Temperature Scales and their Con1ersion.
#rinciple o/ +or&ing3 Construction3 !d1antages H
Disad1antages and !pplications o/- Filled S(stems ; 'i5uid and Aas Filled
thermometers3 6imetallic Thermometers3 *TDs3 Thermocouples ; Seebac& H
#eltier E//ect3 'a2 o/ Intermediate Metals and Temperatures3 #(rometers ;
*adiation and In/rared
0. "0
08 )hotoelectric trans-ucer-
#hoto Multiplier tube3 #hoto conducti1e cell3 #hoto 1oltaic cell3
Semiconductor #hoto3 Diode3 #hoto transducer0
Electronic Transducers- Speed3 Tachogenerators ; !0C0 H D0C03 Non-Contact
T(pe ; #hotoelectric3 Magnetic #ic&
Cp T(pe
0< ".
0< 1-/ an- /-1 Converters-
!-D and D-! con1erter speci/ications and per/ormance characteristics, !-D
Con1erters3 D-! Con1erters
/ata 1cBuisition
Aenerali4ed Data !c5uisition S(stem3 Multi-channel D!S3 Data logger3 #C
based Data !c5uisition S(stem0
0. "0
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
0
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"0 To plot the Characteristics o/ Thermocouple
-0 To plot the Characteristics o/ Thermister
,0 Speed Measurement b( using Tachometer
90 Displacement or #osition Measurement b( Cltrasonic distance meter0
.0 Displacement Measurement b( using '@DT
80 To stud( characteristics o/ resistance 2ire strain gauge0
<0 S(nchros- To stud( stator 1oltage 1ariation 2ith angular position o/ rotor0
70 To stud( pair o/ s(nchros /or tor5ue transmission s(stem0
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(s:-
"0 Instrumentation De1ices and S(stems3 -
nd
Edition3
b( *angan Mani Sharma3 Tata McAra2 ; $ill0
-0 Transducers and Instrumentation "
st
Edition3 b( D0@0S0 Murth(3 #rentice-$all
o/ India #1t0 'td0
,0 Industrial Instrumentation and Control3 ,
rd
Edition b( S0D0Singh3
Tata McAra2 ;$ill0
90 #rinciples o/ Industrial Instrumentation3 -
nd
Edition b( D0#atranabis3
Tata McAra2- $ill0
.0 Instrumentation Measurement and !nal(sis3-
nd
Edition3 b( 60C0Na&ra3 H
D0D0Cha2dhr(3 Tata McAra2- $ill0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"0 ! Course In Electrical H Electronics Measurements H Instrumentation3 b(
!0D0Sa2hne(3 Dhanpat *ai H Co0
-0 #rocess Measurement - Instrument Engineers $andboo&3 ,
rd
Edition
b( 6ela 'ipta& Dris4ta @enc4el3 Chilton 6oo& Compan(0
,0 #rocess Measurement and !nal(sis3 LInstrument Engineers $andboo&: @olume I3
9th Edition3 b( 60A0 'ipta&3 C*C #ress
"

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-

Rationale:-

The ad1ancement o/ both &no2ledge and techni5ue has resulted in the de1elopment o/
controls in process industr(0 The progression o/ human e%istence /rom a primiti1e state to
the present comple% technological 2orld 2as paced b( learning ne2 and impro1ed
methods to control the en1ironment0
Objectives:-
The student 2ill be able to:
"0 'earn and understand about open loop and closed loop s(stems0
-0 Feedbac& control and Modeling o/ S(stems =Trans/er Function>0
,0 Stead( state3 time response3 and /re5uenc( response anal(sis0
90 Concept o/ stabilit(
.0 State Space *epresentation o/ S(stems0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fi/th
Subject Title : Control S(stem
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; .-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
3 - 3 3 100 35 25 125 50 - - 25 10 25 10 175
Sr.No. Contents !
Section "
" Overvie? o* Control Systems
- Introduction
- T(pes o/ Control S(stems 2ith e%amples
)pen 'oop H Closed 'oop Control S(stems: De/inition3 6loc& Diagram3
'inear H Nonlinear S(stems
Time @ar(ing H In1ariant S(stems
Discrete and !nalog S(stems

0- 0.
-
- !athematical !o-eling o* /ynamic Systems
- Introduction
- Modeling in Fre5uenc( Domain =Trans/er Function !pproach /or *'C circuits>
- 6loc& Diagram *eduction !lgebra3 Signal Flo2 Araphs and Mason:s Aain
Formula
. ".
, Time /omain 1nalysis
- 'aplace Trans/orms o/ Standard Test Signals: unit step3 unit ramp3 unit
parabolic and unit impulse0
- Transient response o/ /irst order s(stem to standard test inputs
- Transient response o/ Second order s(stem to unit step input0
- Time Domain #er/ormance Speci/ications0=no deri1ation>
- Stead(-state Error !nal(sis
XT(peY o/ the s(stems3 Static Error Coe//icients and Stead(-State Errors0
"- -0
9 Root locus metho-
- *oot locus concept3 rules and construction o/ appro%imate =2ithout scale>
root loci0
0. "0
Section ""
. Stability 1nalysis
- Concept o/ Stabilit(3 *outh-$ur2it4 stabilit( criterion3 *elati1e stabilit(
09 "0
8 6reBuency /omain 1nalysis
- Fre5uenc( domain speci/ications=no deri1ation>
- *elationship bet2een Time and Fre5uenc( domain speci/ications0
- 6ode #lots3 #olar #lots3 Aain margin and phase margin
- N(5uist Stabilit( criterion
"9 -.
< "ntro-uction to State S+ace a++roach to system analysis
- 6asic concepts3 Formulation o/ State Space models o/ simple s(stems
0- .
7 Servo Systems
- Ser1o s(stem ;de/inition3 bloc& diagram3
- !C H DC ser1o s(stems- comparison3 practical e%ample3 schematic diagram 3
concept and principle
- Ser1o components:
a> #otentiometer as error detector
b> S(nchro as error detector
c> *otar( encoder
d> Stepper motor- 1ariable reluctance t(pe3
comparison o/ stepper motor 2ith DC ser1o motor
e> DC ser1o motor- characteristic3 di//erence /rom a
normal DC motor3 comparison bet2een armature
controlled and /ield controlled DC ser1o motors
=no Trans/er Function>
/> !C ser1o motor-di//erence /rom a normal - phase induction
motor3 characteristic o/ !C Ser1o meter=no Trans/er Function>
09 "0
Total #$ %&&
,
Part II:- Practicals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"0 D0C0Motor Speed Control =)pen 'oop and Closed 'oop>
-0 S(nchro Characteristics
,0 S(nchro-Transmitter and *ecei1er
90 !0C0Ser1omotor-Speed-Tor5ue Characteristics
.0 Determination o/ Trans/er Function b( Dra2ing 6ode #lot
80 Time response o/ First order s(stems0
<0 Time response o/ Second order s(stems =)1er damped>0
70 Time response o/ Second order s(stems =Criticall( damped>0
0 Time response o/ Second order s(stems =under damped>0
80 6ode #lot o/ First order s(stems0
<0 6ode #lot o/ Second order s(stems =)1er damped>0
70 6ode #lot o/ Second order s(stems =Criticall( damped>0
0 6ode #lot o/ Second order s(stems =under damped>0
earning Resources:-

Text 'oo(s:-
"> Modern Control Engineering3 9
th
Edition b( Datsuhi&o )gata3 #rentice $all )/ India
'td0
-> Control S(stems Engineering3 .
th
Edition b( I ? Nagrath and M Aopal3 Ne2 !ge
International0

Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Control S(stems Engineering3 .
th
Edition b( Norman S Nise3 +ile( India #1t0'td0
-> !utomatic Control S(stem3 7
th
Edition b( 6 C Duo and F Aolnaraghi3 +ile( India #1t0
'td0
9

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-

Rationale:-
This subject is classi/ied under technolog( group0 It intends to teach operating
principles and applications o/ po2er electronic de1ices li&e diac3 triac3 po2er
transistor3 po2er M)SFET3 IA6T0 It also teaches pol(phase recti/iers3 and controlled
recti/iers0 This subject &no2ledge is re5uired in po2er electronics and dri1es0
Cnderstanding o/ this subject 2ill pro1ide s&ills to control dri1es and understand
1arious po2er de1ices0

Objectives:-
The students should be able to:
"0 Dra2 @GI characteristics o/ po2er electronic de1ices0
-0 Describe the turn on G o// methods o/ Th(ristor0
,0 Dra2 pol(phase controlled recti/iers and their 2a1e/orms0
90 E%plain 2or&ing principle o/ controlled recti/iers0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr.No Contents !
Section "
" )o?er Electronics :
"0" Introduction to po2er electronics0
"0- #o2er transistor: Structure o/ 1ertical po2er
transistor3 I- @ characteristics o/ po2er transistors3
second brea&do2n3 S)!: Sa/e operating !rea0
09 "0
- Thyristor 6amily /evices :
-0" 6rie/ introduction to Th(ristor /amil( de1ices:
T*I!C3 SCS3 SCS3 S6S3 '!SC*3 #CT3 AT)00
-0- Construction3 S(mbol3 2or&ing and static @GI
characteristics o/ C?T3 #CT3 SC*3 Diac3 Triac3 IA6T3
M)S controlled Th(ristors0 The t2o transistor analog( o/ SC*.
"0 -0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fi/th
Subject Title : #o2er Electronics
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; .,0
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
.
, Turn ON metho-s o* Thyristor:
,0" 'ine s(nchroni4ation o/ gate pulses3 stud( o/ 4ero 1olt s2itch0
,0- Introduction to Turn )N methods o/ Th(ristor0
,0- Turn on methods ; For2ard @oltage triggering3
Aate triggering3 d1Gdt triggering3 thermal triggering o/
Th(ristor0 pulse triggering0
,09 Aate trigger circuits ; Aeneral bloc& diagram o/ a
th(ristor gate trigger circuit3 *esistance /iring circuit3
*esistance Capacitance /iring circuit0 SC* triggering
using C?T3 #ulse Trans/ormer and Diac0
,0. Th(ristor #rotection: Introduction to Snubber Circuit0
07 -0
Section ""
9 Turn O66 metho-s o* Thyristor:
90" Introduction to Turn )FF methods o/ Th(ristor0
90- Th(ristor Turn )FF methods ; Class !3 63 C3 D3 E3 F0
0. "-
.
Series an- )arallel o+eration o* Thyristors
.0" Introduction
.0- Series operation o/ Th(ristor
.0, Need o/ E5ualising Net2or&
.09 #arallel operation o/ Th(ristors0
0< ".
8 )hase controlle- Recti*iers:
Circuit diagram and 2a1e/orms o/:
.0" Single phase hal/ 2a1e controlled recti/ier =one -
5uadrant> 2ith *3 *' load0 E//ect o/ /ree 2heeling
diode0
.0- Single phase /ull 2a1e controlled recti/ier =t2o ;
5uadrant con1erters>
.0-0- 6ridge con/iguration0
"0 "7
< )oly+hase Recti*iers
.0" Need and Cse o/ #ol(phase *ecti/iers0
.0- Circuit diagram and 2a1e/orms o/
Three phase hal/ 2a1e Delta ; +(e recti/ier
09 0.
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
#ractical: S&ills to be de1eloped:
"ntellectual s(ills:
"0 !ble to select proper instruments
-0 Compare the characteristics under 1arious condition
8
!otor s(ills:
"0 Ma&e accurate measurements
-0 !djust the meters to read 4ero at start
,0 Dra2 graphs
1. ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"> To stud( and plot the characteristics o/ SC*0
-> To stud( and plot the characteristics o/ DI!C0
,> To stud( and plot the characteristics o/ T*I!C0
9> SC* /iring circuit using C?T *ela%ation )scillator0
.> SC* /iring circuit using *C #hase Shi/t )scillator0
8> "-#hase Filament 'amp 'ight Dimmer0
<> Stud( o/ DC Motor Speed Control Cnit0
'. !ini +roject:
7> De1elop single phase light dimmer circuit using Diac and Triac0
earning Resources:
Text 'oo(s:
"> #o2er Electronics3 9
th
Edition b( Dr0 # S 6imbhra3 Dhanna #ublishers0
-> !n introduction to th(ristors and their applications3 -
nd
Edition3
b( M *amamoorth(3 East-+est #ress0
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"> #o2er Electronics3 -
nd
Edition b( Dhanchandani3 Singh3 Tata McAra2-$ill0
-> #o2er Electronics: Circuits3 De1ices and !pplications3 ,
rd
Edition3
b( M $ *ashid3 #$I #ublication0
,> AEC SC* Manual3 8
th
Edition0
9> #o2er Control Circuits Manual3"
st
Edition b( * M Marston3 6#6 #ublications0
4ebsites:
'aborator( E%periments Manual :
"> http:GG2220ssit0edu0inGdeptGassignmentGpelabmanual0pd/
-> http:GG2220ee0iitgp0ernet0inG/aciZpe0php
-> http:GG2220ece0umn0eduGgroupsGpo2erGlabsGpeGpeZmanual0pd/
9>
http:GG2220s5u0edu0omG#ortalsG8<GFormHDo2nloadsGECCE9988Z#o2erElectronics
lab0pd/
.> http:GGenpub0/ulton0asu0eduGpo2erelectronicsGlabmanual0html
<
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fi/th
Subject Title : Microprocessor
Subject Code : 0 ; EE - .,"
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
Microprocessors ha1e a 2ide range o/ applications in most o/ the consumer3
industrial and computer industries0 707. is the 7-bit C#C and 7078 is the "8-bit C#C0
707. and 7078 is the base o/ all up2ard de1eloped processors0
This subject co1ers basics3 architecture3 instruction set and programming o/ 707.0 It
also co1ers inter/acing 2ith memor( de1ices H Introduction H !rchitecture o/ 70780
Objectives:−
Students 2ill be able to:
"> Dra2 bloc& diagram /or architecture o/ 707.0
-> +rite s(nta% o/ gi1en instructions along 2ith their timing diagram0
,> Describe concepts o/ Stac&3 Subroutine3 Interrupts and Control signal0
9> +rite the !ssembl( 'anguage #rogram /or gi1en problem statements0
.> Inter/ace o/ microprocessor 2ith memor( chips and Inter/acing De1ices0
8> Dra2 bloc& diagram /or architecture o/ 70780
<> Describe concepts o/ pipelining segmentation and address generation0
earning Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
"
"ntro-uction to $&$@ !icro+rocessor:
"0" $ard2are3 so/t2are3 6us3 !ddress 6us3 Data 6us3 control 6us3
Comparison o/ machine language3 assembl( language and
high-le1el language0 Microprocessor3 Microcomputer and
Micro controller comparison and their application areas0
"0- Schematic diagram o/ microcomputer0Aeneral /unction o/
"0 -0
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
7
microprocessor and inter/acing de1ices li&e latches3 bu//ers3
decoders3 encoders0
"0, E1olution o/ microprocessors0
"09 Silent /eatures o/ 707. Microprocessor3
"0. !rchitecture o/ 707. microprocessor0
"08 #in de/inition o/ 707. microprocessor0

-
$&$@ "nstructions Set8 )rogramming an- Timing /iagrams:
-0" Instruction Format =one b(te3 t2o b(te and three b(te
instruction>3 !ddressing modes o/ 707.3 707. Instruction set
=!rithmetic3 logical3 data trans/er3 program control trans/er3
Machine control3 IG) control>3 Instructions related 2ith
interrupts0
-0- 707. programming 2ith e%amples0
-0, De/inition o/ machine c(cle = Fetch C(cle and E%ecution
C(cle>3 T state and Instruction c(cle3 calculation o/ time
dela(0 Timing diagram o/ opcode /etch c(cle or Memor(
read c(cle3 Memor( 2rite3 IG) read and IG) 2rite c(cle3
M@I !3 7 bit data3 'FI rp3 "8 bit data3 ST!3 "8 bit address0
"0 -0
,
$&$@ Stac(8 Subroutine8 "nterru+ts an- Control signal:
,0- Concept o/ stac&3 subroutine and interrupts0 C!'' and *ET
instruction $ard2are and so/t2are interrupts3 mas&able and
non-mas&able interrupts3 1ectored interrupts0 $ard2are
structure o/ the interrupts o/ 707.0
,0, Demultiple%ing o/ address and data bus b( !'E signal0
,09 Aeneration o/ s(stem control signals =MEM*3 MEM+*3
I)*3I)+> using SSI and MSI
08 "0
Section ""
9
$&$@ "nter*acing ?ith !emory an- "nter*acing /evices:
90" !ddress decoding techni5ues
90- Simple e%ample o/ *!MG*)M memor( inter/acing 2ith
microprocessor
90, Comparison o/ IG) mapped IG) H memor( mapped IG)
s(stem
909 6loc& diagram3 /unction o/ each bloc& and inter/acing o/
/ollo2ing peripheral chips 2ith the 707. Microprocessor0
7".. - Multi-purpose programmable de1ice3
7-.. - #rogrammable peripheral inter/ace0
90. Inter/acing e%ample:
- Tra//ic 'ight Controller0
- Temperature Controller0
- Speed control o/ Stepper Motor0
- 'e1el Controller0
"" -.

- Inter/acing o/ scanned multiple%ed displa(s0
.
%7 'it !icro+rocessor $&$7:
.0" Silent /eatures o/ 7078 Microprocessor3 architecture o/ 7078
=6loc& diagram3 signal description>3 register organi4ation3
concepts o/ pipelining3 memor( segmentation and memor(
address generation0
.0- Minimum and Ma%imum Mode operation and diagram
.0, 7078 Instruction set
- Machine 'anguage Instruction /ormat3 addressing modes
- Instruction set =!rithmetic3 logical3 data trans/er3 bit
manipulation3 string3 program control trans/er3 process control>

"" -.
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
S(ills to be -evelo+e- −
"ntellectual s(ills−
!bilit( to understand ho2 the Microprocessor logicall( 2or&s0
To be able to appl( di//erent logics to sol1e gi1en problem0
To be able to 2rite program using di//erent logic /or the same problem
!otor s(ills −
To load the program in microprocessor &it0
To obser1e the result in register3 stac&s0
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
+rite an !ssembl( 'anguage #rogram to
"> !dd G Sub t2o 7 bit numbers0
-> !ddG Sub o/ t2o Multib(te numbers0 e0g0 T2o , 6(te Numbers0
,> Find sum o/ series o/ 7 bit numbers0
9> Multipl( t2o 7 bit numbers0
.> Di1ide t2o 7 bit numbers0
8> !dd G Sub t2o 6CD numbers0
<> Find No0 o/ 0:s and ":s /rom 7 bit 6inar( number0
7> Trans/er bloc& o/ data /rom Source memor( location to Destination memor(
location0
> Find smallestG largest number /rom arra( o/ n numbers0
"0> !rrange numbers in arra( in ascendingG descending order0
""> Find one:s and t2o:s complement o/ a gi1en number0
"-> +rite !ssembl( 'anguage #rogramme to e%change the lo2er H upper nibble o/ a
b(te0
",> Sort odd and e1en b(te /rom gi1en "0 b(tes0
"00
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(s: -
"> Microprocessor !rchitecture3 #rogramming3 and !pplications 2ith the 707.3
.
th
Edition b( *amesh S0 Aaon&ar3 #enram Internation #ublisher0
-> Microprocessors H Inter/acing3 -
nd
Edition b( Douglas @ $all3
Tata McAra2 ;$ill #ublications0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> 707. Microprocessor #rogramming H Inter/acing3 "
st
Edition b( N D Srinath3
#rentice $all o/ India #1t0 'td0
-> Fundamentals o/ Microprocessor and Microcomputers3 "
st
Edition b( 6 *am3
Dhanpat *ai and Sons0


"0"
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fi/th
Subject Title : Entrepreneurship De1elopment
Subject Code : 0-$M-.09
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T # Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - - - - - - - - - - - - -. "0 -.
Rationale:
Engineers can pla( 1er( important role in economic de1elopment o/ the nation and
2ealth creation b( inno1ation and entrepreneurship0 This course aims to de1elop among
the engineering students a2areness and abilities to be entrepreneurs0
Objectives:
Students 2ill be able to
"> Identi/( entrepreneurship opportunit(0
-> !c5uire entrepreneurial 1alues and attitude0
,> Cse the in/ormation to prepare project report /or business 1enture0
9> De1elop a2areness about enterprise management0
earning Structure:
)art ": Theory: Syllabus
Ser.No. Contents
" Introduction:
Concept3 characteristics3 /unctions3 entrepreneurial competencies0
-
- Entrepreneurial challenges
'i1e e%amples o/ challenges /aced b( entrepreneurs
-
, 6usiness ideaGopportunit( recognition and selection:
Idea generation3 #roject identi/ication3 selection3 /ormulation and
appraisal
9
9 #eople: Ma&ing a team:
Selection and training0
-
. E1aluating mar&ets and customers:
Mar&et e1aluation and mar&eting strategies
9
8 6usiness plan:
+riting a business plan
7
< Financing the business: 9
"0-
Sources o/ /inance3 1enture capitalist3 Institutional /inance0 +riting a
business plan
7 Incorporating a compan(:
#ri1ate limited and public limited compan(
9
E1aluating the 1alue o/ enterprise:
@aluation o/ the business
-
Total 30
)art "": 1ssignments:
Indi1idual and group assignments on:
"> Idea generation
-> 6usiness plan
,> #roject appraisal
9> Mar&eting
.> @enture capitalist
8> +omen entrepreneurs
earning Resources:
Text 'oo(:
Entrepreneurial De1elopment3 9
th
Edition b( S0S0 Dhan&a3 S0 Chand #ublisher0
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"> The Success/ul Entrepreneur:s Auideboo&3 "
st
Edition3 b( Colin 6arro23
*obert 6ro2n and 'i4 Clar&e3 Dogan #age India =#> 'td0
-> Entrepreneurship De1elopment3 "
st
Edition b( D3 *amachandran3
Tata McAra2-$ill #ublishers0

"0,

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Rationale:-
Diploma holders need to be capable o/ doing sel/ stud( throughout their li/e as the
technolog( is de1eloping 2ith /ast rate0 Student 2ill be able to /ind out 1arious sources o/
technical in/ormation and de1elop sel/-stud( techni5ues to prepare a project and 2rite
a project report0
This subject is intended to teach students to understand /acts3 concepts and techni5ues
o/ electronic e5uipments3 its repairs3 /ault /inding and testing3 estimation o/ cost and
procurement o/ material3 /abrication and manu/acturing o/ 1arious items used in
electrical /ield0 This 2ill help the students to ac5uire s&ills and attitudes so as to
discharge the /unction o/ super1isor in industr( and can start his o2n small-scale
enterprise0
Objectives:-
The students 2ill be able to:
"0 +or& in Aroups3 #lan the 2or&3 and Coordinate the 2or&0
-0 De1elop leadership 5ualities0
,0 !nal(se the di//erent t(pes o/ Case Studies0
90 De1elop inno1ati1e ideas0
.0 De1elop basic technical s&ills b( hands on e%perience0
80 +rite project report0
<0 De1elop s&ills to use latest technolog( in Electronic /ield0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Fi/th
Subject Title : #roject
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; .,.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - 3 - - - - - - - - 50 20 50 20 100
"09
Course Contents:
Follo2ing acti1ities related to project are re5uired to be dealt 2ith3 during this semester
"0 Form project batches H allot project guide to each batch0 =Ma%imum . students per
batch>
-0 Each project batch should select topic G problem G 2or& b( consulting the guide
Topic G #roblem G +or& should be appro1ed b( $ead o/ Department0
,0 Each project batch should prepare action plan o/ project acti1ities H submit the same
to
respecti1e guide0
90 !t the end o/ semester3 each project batch should submit the action plan and abstract o/
the project along 2ith list o/ materials re5uired i/ project in1ol1es /abrication or other
/acilities re5uired in other &inds o/ project0
.0 !ction #lan should be part o/ the project report0
NOTE:
%. The stu-ents may select -i**erent +rojects *or Semester 5 an-
Semester 5".
OR
%. The stu-ents may select a single +roject in Semester 5 ?hich
?ill *urther continue in Semester 5".
0. 6or any above case selecte- the -ecision has to be ma-e in
Semester 5.
earning Resources:
'oo(s:!agaDines:
"0 Electronics For Eou
-0 Ele&tor
,0 Electronics Toda(
90 Chip
.0 Computer !cti1e
80 Digit
<0 Computer +orld
70 Industrial !utomation
0 IEEE TransactionsG?ournals
"00 E1er(Da( #ractical Electronics
"0.
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : Digital Communication
Subject Code : 0 ; EE - 899
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
Digital communication s(stems are becoming increasingl( attracti1e because o/ e1er
gro2ing demand /or data communication0 Digital transmission o//ers data processing
option and /le%ibilit( not a1ailable 2ith analog transmission0
This is technolog( group subject3 2hich 2ill enable student to comprehend /acts3
concepts H 2or&ing principle o/ digital communication s(stem0 This subject /amiliari4es
the student 2ith in/ormation theor(3 measurement o/ in/ormation rate Hcapacit(0 This
subject helps the student to understand the concept o/ 1arious pulse modulations3 Digital
modulation techni5ues3 coding methods and error control3 multiple%ing H multiple access
techni5ues and S0S0 modulation0 The &no2ledge ac5uired b( student 2ill help them to
appl( it in 1arious modern communication s(stems0
Objectives:−
The students 2ill be able to:
"0 Compare analog communication s(stem 2ith digital communication s(stem0
-0 De/ine channel capacit( and entrop(0
,0 E%plain sampling theorem0
90 Compare #!M3 #+M3 #CM0
.0 Describe #CM0
80 Dra2 the bloc& diagram o/ #CM3 DM3 !DM3 and D#CM0
<0 Dra2 bloc& o/ #SD transmitter H recei1er0 Compare !SD3 FSD3 #SD0
70 Dra2 bloc& diagram /or RFSD3 R!M D#
0 Describe the 1arious t(pes o/ coding methods H error detection and correction0
"00E%plain need o/ multiple%ing0
""0E%plain concept o/ TDM!3 FDM!3 and CDM!0
"-0De/ine #N se5uence0
",0E%plain spread spectrum modulation0
"90Di//erentiate Direct se5uence spread spectrum signal H /re5uenc( spread spectrum0
".0'ist the application o/ S0S0 modulation
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
"08
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
" "ntro-uction o* /igital Communication
"0"6asic digital communication s(stem3 bloc&
diagram
"0-Channel capacit(-de/inition3 $artle(:s la23
Shannon-$artle( theorem3 Channel
capacit( e5uation3 channel noise and its
e//ect3 entrop(
"0,!d1antages and disad1antages o/ digital
Communication
0. "0
- )ulse Communication
-0" Introduction3 comparison 2ith
Continuous +a1e Modulation 3
ad1antages
-0- Sampling theorem3 N(5uist rate3 aliasing3
natural H /lat top sampling0
-0, #!M3 #+M3 ##M de/inition3 generation3
bloc& diagram3 2a1e/orm anal(sis3 and
their comparison0
-09 #ulse code modulation- bloc& diagram o/
#CM transmitter H recei1er3 sampling
5uanti4ation3 5uanti4ation error3
companding3 inter s(mbol inter/erence
-0. Delta modulation- bloc& diagram o/ DM3
slope o1erload3 granular noise0
-08 !DM3 D#CM3 bloc& diagram and its
2or&ing0
"0 -0
, /igital !o-ulation TechniBues
,0"!SD3 FSD3 #SD de/inition H 2a1e/orms3
their transmitter and recei1er bloc&
diagram and 2or&ing0
,0- M-ar( encoding0
,0, R#SD3 R!M3 D#SD bloc& diagram o/
transmitter and recei1er and 2or&ing0
,09 6and2idth /or each modulation techni5ue
and their comparison
0 -0
Section ""
9 Co-ing metho-s an- Error control
90" 6aud rate3 6it rate0
07 "<
"0<
90- 'ine coding - unipolar3 bipolar ;
N*J3 *J3 Manchester
90, Source coding3 !SCII3 E6CDIC and
baudout code0
909 Channel coding3 Error3 Causes o/ error
and its e//ects3 error detection H correction
using parit(3 $amming code H simple
numerical0
. !ulti+lexing an- !ulti+le 1ccess
.0" Need o/ Multiple%ing3 TDM3 FDM
de/inition bloc& diagram and their
comparison0
.0- Introduction to +DM0
.0, !ccess techni5ue TDM!3 FDM!3 CDM!
=onl( concepts>3 ad1antages o/ TDM! o1er
FDM!0
07 "<
08 S+rea- s+ectrum mo-ulation ,Only
/escri+tive treatment.
80" Introduction3 #N Se5uence0
80- Model o/ spread spectrum modulation
s(stem0
80, Direct se5uence spread spectrum signal0
809 Fre5uenc( hop spread spectrum3 slo2
/re5uenc( hopping3 and /ast /re5uenc(
hopping0
80. !pplication S0 S0 modulations
07 "8
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
S&ills to be de1eloped:
"ntellectual S(ills:
"0 Selection o/ appropriate sample
-0 Selection o/ E5uipment
,0 Interpretation o/ 2a1e/orms
!otor S(ills:
"0 !ccurate )bser1ation
-0 Setting up o/ e5uipment
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"0 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ #ulse !mplitude modulation =using natural sampling H /lat
top sampling>0
-0 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ #ulse 2idth modulation =using natural sampling H /lat top
sampling> 0
,0 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ #ulse #osition modulation =using natural sampling0
"07
90 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ #ulse code modulation and demodulation0
.0 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ Delta modulation0
80 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ !dapti1e delta Modulation0
[ )bser1e 2a1e/orms 2ith change in amplitude o/ modulating Signal H Change
in Sampling /re5uenc(0
<0 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ !SD modulation H demodulation0
70 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ FSD modulation H demodulation0
0 )bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ #SD modulation H demodulation0
"00)bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ R#SD modulation H demodulation0
""0)bser1e 2a1e/orms o/ R!M modulation H demodulation0
"-0 1ny one o* the *ollo?ing:
"0 Error detection H correction using parit( bits0
-0 Error detection H correction using hamming codes
,0 To generate /ollo2ing di//erent line codes and decode them0
"0 N*J =Cnipolar> -0 6ipolar N*J ,0 *J =Cnipolar> 90 6ipolar *J
",0 1ny one o* the *ollo?ing:
"0 Time di1ision multiple%ingG de multiple%ing s(stem
-0 Fre5uenc( di1ision multiple%ingG de multiple%ing s(stem
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(s: -
"> Electronic Communication S(stems Fundamental Through !d1anced3 .
th
Edition3
b( +a(ne Tomasi3 #earson Education0
-> Electronic Communications3 9
th
Edition b( *odd( H Collen 3 #rentice $all India
#1t0 'td0
,> Communication Electronics3 9
th
Edition b( 'ouis E0 Fren4el3 Tata McAra2-$ill0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Digital H !nalog Communication S(stems3 "
st
Edition b( D Sam Shanmugam3
+ile( India #1t0 'td0
-> Digital Communications: Fundamentals H !pplications3 -
nd
Edition b( 60 S&lar
H #0 *a(3 #earson Education
,> Digital Communications3 "
st
Edition3 b( Simon $a(&in3 +ile( India #1t0 'td0
9> Data Communications H Net2or&ing3 9
th
Edition b( 60 !0 Forou4an3
Tata McAra2 -$ill
"0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : Microcontrollers
Subject Code : 0 ; EE - 89.
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
This subject co1ered Microcontroller MCS- ." /amil( architecture3 details o/ 70."
Microcontroller and its programming0 The prere5uisite o/ this subject is the thorough
&no2ledge o/ architecture o/ 707. Microprocessor and its programming0 The peripheral
de1ices o/ 707. microprocessor such as 7"., and 7-< and data con1erters are co1ered
in this subject0 the &no2ledge o/ inter/acing o/ peripherals 2ill help the students in
ac5uiring the design s&ill /or 1arious applications0 The Technolog( o/ microprocessor has
led to a single chip Microcontroller 2ill ma&e the students e5uipped /or the de1elopment
o/ embedded s(stems0
Objectives:−
The student 2ill be able to:
Dra2 bloc& diagram /or architecture o/ 70."0
+rite s(nta% o/ gi1en instructions0
+rite the !ssembl( 'anguage #rogram /or gi1en problem statements
Design and de1elop microcontroller based s(stems
earning Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No
Contents !
Section "
" )rogrammable "nter*ace /evices
"0" 6loc& diagram3 /unction o/ each bloc& and inter/acing
"0 -.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
""0
/ollo2ing peripheral chips 2ith the 707. Microprocessor0
7-., - #rogrammable inter1al timer3
7-. - #rogrammable interrupt controller3
7-." - #rogrammable communication inter/ace3
7-,< - DM! controller3
7-< ; programmable &e(boardGdispla( inter/ace0
"0- Inter/acing o/ ! to D Con1erter 2ith 707. Microprocessor3

Inter/acing o/ D to ! Con1erter 2ith 707. Microprocessor0
- "ntro-uction to !icrocontroller
-0" Comparison o/ Microprocessor3 Microcontroller and
Microcomputer0
-0- Terminolog(: - *ISC3 CISC3 @'I+3 $ar1ard and @on
Neumann !rchitectures
-0, Commercial Microcontroller de1ices and /amilies0
-09 MCS-." !rchitecture and details =70." Microcontroller>
-0. #in con/iguration
-08 70." $ard2are details :-
Cloc&3 )scillator3 *egisters3 SF*s3 D#T*3 Flags3 Stac&3
#C3 #ort structure and operations0
-0< #o2er sa1ing options
-07 Memor( )rgani4ation :-
#rogram memor(3 Data memor(3 E%ternal memor(0
", -.
Section ""
, !CS-@% )rogramming TechniBues
,0" 70." !ddressing modes
,0- MCS-." Instruction Set
,0, C#C timing :- Machine c(cles
,09 #rogramming e%amples
"0 -0
9 !CS-@% Timers:Counters8 "nterru+ts an- Serial "nter*ace
90" Stud( o/ TimersGCounters :-
Timer modes o/ operations3 programming o/ 70." timers3
SF*s o/ timer TM)D and TC)N in detail0
90- Stud( o/ Interrupts :-
#riorit( le1el structure3 IE and I# SF*s3 e%ternal interrupt3
response time0
90, Stud( o/ Serial Inter/ace :-
SC)N3 S6CF3 #C)N SF*s3 Multiprocessor
communications3
6aud *ates and generating baud rates3 Serial port in
"0 -0
"""
Di//erent Modes0
. 1-vance- !icrocontroller
@.% )"C!icro !icrocontroller :-
T(pes o/ #ICMicros3 #ICMicro processor architecture3
$ard2are /eatures ; De1ice pac&aging3 control store
t(pes3 reset3 s(stem cloc&Goscillators3 hard2are and /ile
registers3 C#C program counter stac&3 interrupts3 timers3
built in EE#*)M 3 inputGoutput0
@.0 15R !icrocontroller : -
!@* processor architecture3
$ard2are /eatures ; #ac&aging3 s(stem cloc&3 timers3
parallel inputGoutput3 serial IG)3 analog inputGoutput3
con/iguration3 EE#*)M data memor(0
0. "0
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
S(ills to be -evelo+e- −
"ntellectual s(ills−
!bilit( to understand ho2 the Microcontroller logicall( 2or&s0
To be able to appl( di//erent logics to sol1e gi1en problem0
To be able to 2rite program using di//erent logic /or the same problem
!otor s(ills −
To load the program in microprocessorGMicrocontroller &it0
)bser1e the result0
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
Aenerate s5uare 2a1e at channel-" o/ 7-.,0
Scan the &e(board using 7-< and displa( the return code on se1en
segment displa(0
Aeneration o/ s5uare3 triangular and sine 2a1e using D!C0
!n( one application o/ ! to D con1erter Inter/acing0
.> Stepper Motor Control0
8> !ddition3 Subtraction3 Multiplication and Di1ision operations0
<> #ac&ing and unpac&ing o/ 7 bit data0
7> Finding se1en segment code using loo& up table0
> S5uare 2a1e generation using internal timer o/ 70."0
earning Resources:-
""-
Text 'oo(s: -
"> The 70." Microcontroller3 !rchitecture #rogramming and !pplication3
-
nd
Edition b( Denneth ? !(ala 3#enram International #ublishers = India>0
-> #rogramming H Customi4ing 70." Microcontrollers3"
st
Edition b( M #red&o3
Tata McAra2-$ill0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Microcontrollers: Theor( H !pplications3 "
st
Edition b( !ja( Deshmu&h
Tata McAra2-$ill0
-> !d1anced Microprocessors and Microprocessors3 "
st
Edition b( S D @en&ata
*am3 'a%mi #ublications0

"",

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-

Rationale:-
The /ield o/ electrical engineering is generall( segmented into three major
areas ;
Electronics3 #o2er and Control0 #o2er Electronics in1ol1es a combination o/ these
three areas0 In broad terms3 the /unction o/ po2er electronics is to process and
control the electrical energ( b( suppl(ing 1oltage and current in a /orm that is
optimall( suited to the load0 No2 a da(:s electrical machine are controlled b( #o2er
Electronics methods0 !lso the 1arious con1entional control H rela(s are replaced b(
electronic control H rela(s3 emplo(ing solid state po2er semiconductor de1ices0
$ence3 /or electrical engineering Students it is desirable to stud( the course dealing
2ith #o2er Electronics0 This subject belongs to technolog( area0
Objectives:-
The students 2ill be able to:
"0 Dra2 the circuit diagrams and e%plain the 2or&ing o/ controlled recti/iers 2ith
appropriate 2a1e/orms0
-0 Dra2 the circuit diagrams and e%plain the 2or&ing o/ di//erent t(pes o/ In1erters
2ith appropriate 2a1e/orms0
-0 E%plain the @oltage and Fre5uenc( Control Methods used in In1erters0
90 Dra2 the circuit diagrams and e%plain the 2or&ing o/ di//erent t(pes o/ choppers
2ith appropriate 2a1e/orms0
.0 !ppl( the po2er electronic methods o/ controls in Electronic Engineering /ield0


Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : Industrial Electronics
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 898
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
""9
Ser.
No
Contents !
Section "
" /ynamics O* Electrical /rives:
T(pes o/ loads0
Ruadrantal diagram o/ speed tor5ue characteristic0
'oad tor5ue0
D(namics o/ motor-load combination0
09 "0
- Electric 'ra(ing:
T(pes o/ bra&ing0
6ra&ing 2hile lo2ering o/ load and stopping0
Electric bra&ing o/ dc and induction motors0
09 "0
, Converters:
)1er1ie2 o/ "-\ hal/ H /ull 2a1e con1erters0 =2ith *3 *' loads H F+D>0
)1er1ie2 o/ Full( Controlled 6ridge Con1erter =+ith * H *' 'oad>0
Comparison o/ ,-phase and "-phase Con1erters0
Cycloconverters:
"- \ H ,- \3 #rinciple o/ )peration3 Input G )utput +a1e/orms0
07 ".
9 "nverters:
Introduction
Classi/ications: " H , #hase3 'ine H Forced commutated In1erters3 Series
#arallel and 6ridge In1erters
Series In1erter: )peration o/ 6asic Series In1erter Circuit3 Modi/ied Series
In1erter0
#arallel In1erter: )peration o/ 6asic #arallel In1erter
Single #hase 6ridge In1erter: $al/ and Full 6ridge In1erter
@oltage and Fre5uenc( Control o/ "-phase In1erters: Necessit( o/ control o/
output 1oltage
Methods /or )utput @oltage Control: E%ternal Control o/ DC @oltage3
E%ternal Control o/ !C @oltage and Internal Control3 #ulse +idth
Modulation=#+M> Method =Single #ulse +idth Modulation3 Multiple #ulse
+idth Modulation3 Sinusoidal #ulse +idth Modulation>0
07 ".
Section ""
. Cho++ers:
Introduction
#rinciple o/ Chopper
Control Techni5ues: Constant Fre5uenc( S(stem3 @ariable Fre5uenc( S(stem
Classi/ication o/ Choppers: Class !3 Class 63 Class C3 Class D and Class E
Commutations Methods /or Choppers: !u%iliar( Commutation3 'oad
Commutation
?ones Chopper
Step Cp Chopper
07 -0
"".
8 /rives 1++lication in )o?er Electronics:
DC Dri1es: Speed control o/ DC series motor 2ith single phase and three
phase hal/ and /ull controlled con1erter3 step up and step do2n chopper3
Introduction to DC ser1o motor3 Speed control o/ DC ser1omotor
!C Dri1es: Speed control o/ three phase Induction Motor 2ith @ariable
/re5uenc( #+M @SI3 @ariable /re5uenc( s5uare 2a1e @SI3 @ariable
/re5uenc( CSI3 @ariable /re5uenc( @ariable @oltage3 Introduction to high
per/ormance control o/ Induction and S(nchronous motor dri1es0 )penGClosed
loop control o/ stepper motor3 !C ser1omotor3 speed control o/ !C
ser1omotor3
DC H !C solid state rela(s0 Introduction to C#S0 Electronic 6allast3 $F
Induction $eating3 SM#S step do2nGbuc& con1erter =ideal3 practical circuits>3
Step up con1erter0 Microprocessor and Microcontroller based control o/
electric dri1e parameters li&e speed3 starting3 bra&ing3 re1ersing and others0
"8 ,0
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals

S&ills to be de1eloped:
Intellectual s&ills:
"0 Select appropriate de1ices and instruments
-0 Testing H troubleshooting
Motor S&ills:
"0 !ccurac( o/ Measurement
-0 #roper connections
,0 Dra2 characteristics
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:
"> To stud( #arallel In1erter Csing SC*0
=9> To stud( 6ridge *ecti/ier Csing SC* and C?T0
=.> To stud( series In1erter Csing SC*0
=8> To stud( Chopper Csing SC*0
=<> To stud( Circuit 6rea&er Csing SC*0
=7> To stud( 6atter( Charger Csing SC*0
=> To #er/orm Speed control o/ DC series motor b( static armature 1oltage
control using single phase hal/G/ull controlled con1erter0
="0> To #er/orm speed control o/ three phase Induction motor using #+MGCSI
In1erter0 Interpret the speed ; tor5ue characteristics0 Cse the circuit as
@ariable @oltage @ariable Fre5uenc( =@0 @0 @0 F0> dri1e0
""8
Text 'oo(s:
"> ! /irst course on Electrical Dri1es3 -nd Edition b( S D #illai3 Ne2 !ge International0
-> #o2er Electronics3 9
th
Edition b( Dr0 # S 6imbhra3 Dhanna #ublishers0
,> !n introduction to th(ristors and their applications3 -
nd
Edition3
b( M *amamoorth(3 East-+est #ress0
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"> Modern #o2er Electronics and !C Dri1es "
st
Edition b( 6imal D 6ose3 #$I 'earning0
"> Fundamentals o/ Electrical Dri1es3 -
nd
Edition b( A D Dube(3 Narosa #ublishing
$ouse0
-> #o2er Electronics3 -
nd
Edition b( Dhanchandani3 Singh3 Tata McAra2-$ill0
,> #o2er Electronics: Circuits3 De1ices and !pplications3 ,
rd
Edition3
b( M $ *ashid3 #$I #ublication0
9> AEC SC* Manual3 8
th
Edition0
.> #o2er Control Circuits Manual3"
st
Edition b( * M Marston3 6#6 #ublications0
4ebsites:
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Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : Data Communication H Net2or&ing
Subject Code : 0 ; EE - 89<
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
!/ter understanding basic communication s(stem it is 2orth to discuss Data
Communication H Net2or&ing0 Telecommunication H Data communication is /astest
gro2ing technolog( H undoubtedl( has strong gro2th in /uture so 2e should &no2 data
trans/er /rom one s(stem to another s(stem through di//erent communication net2or&s
li&e +!N3 M!N H di//erent s2itching techni5ues0
Objectives:−
The student 2ill be able to:
"0 Distinguish bet2een di//erent terms used /or digital data communication
-0 Describe the 2or&ing o/ di//erent s2itching techni5ues0
,0 Identi/( the error H suggest correcti1e techni5ues0
90 Describe +ireless '!N Technolog(0
.0 Describe /iber optic communication techni5ues0
80 Compare di//erent distributed application s(stem0
earning Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
" Conce+t o* /ata Communication & Net?or(ing
"0" Data Communication ; #rotocolsB StandardsB
Standards )rgani4ationsB
"0- Signal #ropagation - !nalog H Digital SignalsB
6and2idth o/ signal H a mediumB Data transmission rate
and the band2idth0
0, 0.
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
""7
- 1N & 41N
Ethernet 1N8 *raming8 thin net8 thic( net
-0" S2itching 6asics - Circuit S2itchingB #ac&et S2itching -
Datagram approach3 @irtual circuit approachB Message
S2itching
-0- Frame *ela( - IntroductionB The need /or Frame *ela(B
$o2 Frame *ela( 2or&sB Frame *ela( /rame /ormat
-0, !s(nchronous Trans/er Mode =!TM> ; Introduction3
)1er1ie2 o/ !TM3 #ac&et Si4e3 !TM Cells3 S2itching3
!TM la(ers3
", ,0
, 6iber O+tic Communication
,0" 'ight #ropagation - 6asic Concepts3 *e/lection H
*e/raction3 light into the cableB
,0- Fiber Cables ; Construction3 #reposition e//ect3 Fiber
optic cable modes3 *e/racti1e inde%es in /iber coresB
,0, 'ight Sources ; 'ight connecting diodes3 lasersB
,09 )ptical detections
,0. Fiber Cable 'osses - Connector and cable
misalignment3 E//ects o/ bands in the cable3 !bsorption
losses H scattering
07 ".
Section ""
9 Transmission Errors-/etection & Correction
90" Error classi/ication ; Dela( distortion3 !ttenuation3
NoiseB T(pes o/ ErrorsB
90- Error detection -@ertical redundanc( chec&B longitudinal
redundanc( chec&B C(clic redundanc( chec&B
90, *eco1er( /rom errors ; Stop H +ait3 Ao-bac&-in3 Sliding
+indo2sB
07 ".
. /istribute- 1++lication
.0" !pplication - Simple Net2or& Management #rotocol
=SNM#>B Simple Mail Trans/er #rotocol =SMT#>B
Multipurpose Internet Mail E%tension =MIME>B $(per Te%t
Trans/er #rotocol =$TT#>B File Trans/er #rotocol =FT#>
Cni/orm *esource 'ocator =C*'>
0 -0
8 4ireless 1N
80" IEEE 70-0"" - !rchitecture- 6SS3 ESSB #h(sical la(er ;
F$SS3 DSSS3 )FDMB M!C la(er ; DCF3 #CF
80- 6luetooth ; !rchitectureB 6luetooth la(ers ; Media
la(er3 base band la(er3 ph(sical lin&s3 '- C!#0
0< ".
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"> '*C implementation
-> @*C implementation
""
,> C*C implementation
9> Framing and segmentation =an( e%ample>
.> Stud( o/ protocols 2ith the help o/ college laborator( =eg /tp3http in college
internet>
8> Serial Communication 2ith serial port bet2een - #Cs
<> Stud( o/ 2ireless '!N3 e%ample: 6luetooth in mobiles
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(: -
Data Communications H Net2or&ing3 9
th
Edition b( 60 !0 Forou4an3
Tata McAra2 ;$ill0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Introduction to Data H Net2or& Communications3 "
st
Edition
b( Michael ! Miller3 Thomson Delmar 'earning0
-> Data and Computer Communications3 7
th
Edition b( +illiam Stallings3
#earson #ublisher0
"-0

Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : #rogrammable 'ogic Controllers
Subject Code : 0 ; EE ; 890
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
The ad1ancement o/ both &no2ledge and techni5ue has resulted in the
de1elopment o/ #'C:s in process industr(0 The progression o/ human e%istence /rom a
primiti1e state to the present comple% technological 2orld 2as paced b( learning ne2
and impro1ed methods to control the industrial processes0
Objectives:-
The student 2ill be able to:
E%plain the operation o/ rela(s3 pushbuttons3 limit s2itches3 and other basic control
de1ices0
Csing ladder diagrams3 design basic motor control circuits0
Describe the hard2are o/ a #'C3 identi/(ing the /unctions o/ the main components
*ead and interpret ladder logic diagrams /or speci/ied control jobs0
#roperl( con/igure a #'C3 including choosing appropriate addressing /or IG) /or a
speci/ied application0

Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
" a--er /iagram 6un-amentals
6asic Components and Their S(mbols T(pical areas o/
!pplication=Control trans/ormers3 Fuses3 S2itches3 Indicator
lamps3 *ela(s3 Timers3>
Fundamentals o/ 'adder Diagrams= +irings3 6oolean 'ogic3
The 'atch =2ith SealingG'atching Contacts>3 --$anded !nti-Tie
Do2n3 !nti-*epeat>
Machine Control Terminolog(
09 07
- )rogrammable logic controller 0. "-
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
"-"
6asic histor(
#'C Con/igurations #rogrammable Controller
Input G output Modules
#o2er suppl(
#rogramming unit
S(stem 6loc& Diagram
, 6un-amental )C +rogramming
#h(sical Components 1s0 #rogram Components
#'C 2iring diagram
'adder diagram /or basic logic circuits and their hard2are
connections=!ND3)*3 F)*--etc>
)scillator
$olding =also called Sealed3 or 'atched> Contacts
'adder Diagrams $a1ing More Than )ne *ung
07 ".
9 1-vance- )rogramming TechniBues
Introduction
'adder program E%ecution se5uence
*S Flip Flop
)ne shot
D Flip Flop3 T Flip Flop3 ?D Flip Flop
Timers and Counters
Se5uences
Data Trans/er Instructions
07 ".
Section ""
. !nemonic )rogramming Co-e
Introduction
!ND 'adder *ung
$andling Normall( Closed Contacts
)* 'adder *ung
Simple 6ranches
Comple% 6ranch
0. "0
8 4iring TechniBues
#'C #o2er Connection
Input +iring
Inputs $a1ing a Single Common
)utput +iring
*ela( )utputs
Solid State )utputs
08 "0
< 1nalog ":O
Introduction
!nalog =!GD> Input
!nalog =DG!> )utput
!nalog Data $andling
!nalog IG) #otential #roblems
09 "0
7 /iscrete )osition Sensors
Sensor )utput Classi/ication
09 "0
"--
Connecting Discrete Sensors to #'C Inputs
#ro%imit( Sensors
)ptical #ro%imit( Sensors
!otor Controls
!C Motor Starter
!C Motor )1erload #rotection
Speci/(ing a Motor Starter
@ariable Speed =@ariable Fre5uenc(> !C Motor Dri1e
09 "0
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
%. ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
Introduction to #'C Components
Introduction to 'adder Diagram
'adder Diagram /or 'ogic Aate
!ND
)*
N)T
N!ND
N)*
E%-N)*
E%-)*
Flip/lops using 'adder logic
Timer using 'adder logic
Counters using 'adder logic
Introduction to 'ogic Aates /or /ollo2ing !pplications
!dder
Subtractor
0. )er*orm Exercises on N" !ultisim %% So*t?are )ac(age li(e:
i> Creating a 'adder Diagram0
ii> !ND *ungs and )* *ungs0
iii> Sample circuits: $olding Tan&3 Con1e(or 6elt3 Tra//ic 'ight0

earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(:
X#rogrammable 'ogic Controllers: #rogramming Methods and !pplicationsY3
"
st
Edition3 b( ?ohn *0 $ac&2orth H Frederic& D0 $ac&2orth3 ?r03 #earson Education0
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"0 Industrial Control Electronics: De1ices3 S(stems and !pplications3
-
nd
Edition3 b( Terr( '0 M0 6artelt 3 Thomson Delmar 'earning0
-0 Introduction to #rogrammable 'ogic Controllers3 -
nd
Edition3
"-,
b( Aar( Dunning3 Delmar Thomson 'earning0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : Embedded S(stem
Subject Code : 0 ; EE ; 897
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
Computers ha1e al2a(s been embedded into all sorts o/ e1er(da( items0 These are the
XEmbedded computers or embedded s(stemsY The( account /or a majorit( o/ the 2orld:s
manu/actured processors and are /urther gaining importance as an increasing number o/
s(stems use embedded processors3 *!M3 dis& dri1es3 and net2or&s0 +ith their 2ide
range o/ applications3 stud( o/ embedded s(stems is highl( essential0 The subject here
deals 2ith computer hard2are 2ith so/t2are embedded in it0 It is practical oriented
subject ha1ing theoretical prere5uisites o/ Microprocessor3 Digital Techni5ues3 Data
Structures and Computer !rchitecture0
Objectives:−
"0 To introduce students to embedded s(stems
-0 To introduce and enable students to access embedded s(stems hard2are units
,0 To teach inter/acing 1arious de1ices using ports0
90 To teach ho2 to 2rite embedded programs0
.0 To e%plain real time operating s(stems3 inter tas& communication0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
" $&@%- !icrocontrollers
"0" )1er1ie2 o/ 70." /amil(
"0-0!rchitecture
"0, Memor( organi4ation
"09 Functional pin3 #orts H circuit0
"0. !ddressing mode3 Instruction Set
09 "0
- ;ar-?are overvie? 0. "0
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
"-9
-0" Stud( o/ interrupt structure
-0- #ort structure0 H #rogramming
-0, Stud( o/ S6CF3 TC)N3 TM)D3 SM)D3SC)N *egister0
-09 TimerGCounter H Serial Communication #rogramming
, Serial Communication & )arallel communication
,0" Serial Communication ; *S--,-3 I-C3 C!N
,0- #arallel Communication ; IS!3#CI3#CI-F
,0,0!d1anced IG) buses
,09 Stud( o/ *S--,- #inout
0< "9
9 Embe--e- System
90"Introduction
90- #rocessor in the s(stem
90, Di//erent $ard2are Cnits
909 So/t2are Embedded into S(stem
90. Embedded s(stem !pplications including S(stem ;)n-Chip
=S)C> H @'SI s(stem
07 "8
Section ""
. !emory organiDation
.0" Structural units in processor and processor selection
.0, Memor( de1ices H memor( selection
.09 Memor( !llocation
.0. DM!
.08 Inter/acing processor3 Memories H IG) de1ices
0. "0
8 /evice /river & "nterru+ts Servicing !echanism
80" De1ice Dri1ers
80- #arallel port de1ice dri1er
80, Serial port de1ice dri1er
80. Interrupt handling Mechanism
808 Conte%t s2itching
0< "9
< "nter+rocess Communication
<0" Multiple processes in an !pplication
<0- #roblem o/ sharing data b( Multiple tas& and routines
<0, Interprocess communication
09 "0
7 RTOS
70" *eal Time and Embedded s(stems )S
70- *e5uirement3 Need3 Speci/ication o/ *T)S in Embedded
s(stems
70, Interrupt routines in *T)S
709 *T)S tas& scheduling models
70. Mutual E%clusion3 Star1ation3 Deadloc&
07 "8
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
S(ills to be -evelo+e- −
"-.
"ntellectual s(ills−
The /ollo2ing s&ills o/ practical implementation 2ill be de1eloped:
#roblem de/inition
!nal(sis
Design o/ logic: Csing di//erent implementations /or the same program
Coding: Cse o/ programming language constructs in program implementation
Testing and debugging: Stud(ing di//erent t(pes o/ errors li&e s(nta% semantic3 /atal3
lin&er H logical
Maintenance =Modi/ications3 error corrections3 ma&ing changes etc0>
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
Some e%periments shall be per/ormed on 70." &it H remaining can be per/ormed using
#C H &it either using !ssembler or XCY programming language0
"0 +rite a #rogram on 6loc& Mo1e0
-0 !ssume " $40 Fre5uenc( pulse is connected to IG# #,09 +rite a #rogram to displa(
count on 'CD &it0
,0 +rite a #rogram to /ind the /re5uenc( o/ s5uare 2a1e generated on pin #"000
90 +rite a #rogram to generate a s5uare 2a1e o/ .0 $40 Fre5uenc( on pin #"0- using
interrupt /or timer0
.0 +rite a #rogram to connect INT " pin to a s2itch that is normall( high 2hene1er it
goes lo2 'ED should turn )N 2hich is connected to #"0, H 'ED is normall( )FF0 'ED
should be )N as long as s2itch is pressed0
80 +rite a #rogram to trans/er massage XEesY seriall( at 800 baud rate 7-bit3 data3 "
stop-bit H do this continuousl(0
<0 +rite a #rogram /or Inter/acing !DC H D!C0
70 +rite a #rogram to Inter/ace &e(board0
0 +rite a #rogram to Inter/ace 'CD0
"00 +rite a #rogram to Inter/ace stepper motor0
!ini +roject:
! project 2hich applies the embedded s(stems &no2ledge earned through this course
should be implemented0 Students can select a topic o/ their o2n 2hich ma( buildup on
the laborator( e%periments0
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(: -
Embedded S(stems: !rchitecture3 #rogramming and Design3 -
nd
Edition3
b( *aj Damal3 Tata McAra2- $ill
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> !n Embedded So/t2are #rimer b( Da1id E0 Simon3 #earson Education
-> The 70." Microcontroller and Embedded S(stems3 -
nd
Edition b( M Ma4idi3
#earson Education
,> The 70." Microcontroller: $ard2are3 So/t2are and Inter/acing3 -
nd
Edition
"-8
b( ? + Ste2art and D F Miao3 #rentice $all0
9> #rogramming H Customi4ing 70." Microcontrollers3"
st
Edition b( M #red&o3
Tata McAra2-$ill0
.> Embedded S(stem Design: ! uni/ied $ard2areGSo/t2are Introduction3
b( Fran& @ahid3 Tone( Ai1argis3 ?ohn +ile( #ublishers0
8> Embedded C #rogramming and the !tmel !@*3 -
nd
Edition b( 6arnett3 Co%3
):Cull3 Delmar Cengage 'earning
<> #rogramming Embedded S(stems in C and CII3 "
st
Edition b( Michael 6arr H
!nd( )ram3 ):*eill( and !ssociates #ublisher0
4ebsites:-
EE Times: embedded0com
embeddedstar0com
embeddedde1eloper0com
microcontroller0com
"-<
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : @'SI
Subject Code : 0 ; EE - 89
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
The integrated-circuit technolog( has progressed at a phenomenal rate since its inception0
+ith the number o/ transistors that can be placed on an IC almost doubling e1er( t2o
(ears and the technolog( applications ranging in man( areas li&e DS#3 consumer
electronics3 communications etc3 the stud( o/ @'SI has become essential0 Through this
course the student can understand this important technolog( and ac5uire &no2ledge in
the CM)S @'SI design area 2ith the help o/ @$D'0
Objectives:−
"0 Cnderstand basic @'SI principles3 concepts and applications
-0 'earn the /abrication process and its limitations3 its e//ect on the @'SI circuit designer0
,0 Cnderstand s(stem design strategies
90 Implement designs 1ia automated techni5ues and $D's0
.0 Cnderstand the principles o/ design 1eri/ication3 s(nthesis and testing0
Syllabus
)art ": - Theory
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
" 5ery arge Scale "ntegration ,5S". Technology
"0" CM)S 'ogic3 6asic Aates and Combinational circuits using
NM)S3 #M)S and CM)S3 Timing #arameters0
0. "0
- 5S" /esign Conce+ts
-0" M)SFET aspect and in1erter ratio3 Enhancement @S
Depletion mode pull ups3 standard CM)S in1erter3 transit time
and s2itching speed o/ NM)S and CM)S in1erters
0 "7
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
"-7
-0- CM)S Technolog(- # +ell process 3 N +ell
process3 T2in tub process3 )1er1ie2 o/ di//erent steps in
/abrication
, 6inite state machines ,6S!.
,0" Introduction to Moore and Meale( machines and design o/
circuits using them0
08 "-
9 "ntro-uction to 1S"C8 C)/ an- 6)21
90" #'Ds: #!' and #'!
C#'D -Filin% architecture3 Details o/ internal bloc& diagram
90- F#A!: Introduction to Filin%3 S#!*T!N , series
0. "0
Section ""
. ;ar-?are /escri+tion anguage ,;/.
.0" Features o/ @$D' -Entit(3 !rchitecture3 Con/iguration3
#ac&age3 6us3 Dri1er3 !ttributes #rocess
.0- 6eha1ioral Modeling3 Se5uential #rocessing3 Data
T(pes3 Con/igurations0
"0 -0
8 Simulation8 Testing an- Synthesis using 5;/
80" Simulation3Testing and S(nthesis Issues
0< ".
< ;ar-?are !o-eling exam+les ,o+eration & bloc(
Testing.
<0" Di//erent st(les o/ modeling: 6eha1ioralGStructural
<0- Modeling simple elements
<0, Modeling conditional operators
<09 Modeling combinational logic
<0. Modeling se5uential logic
08 ".
Total #$ %&&
)art "": - )racticals
S(ills to be -evelo+e- −
%. "ntellectual s(ills− #rogram Design3 @eri/ication3 Testing and S(nthesis s&ills
0. !otor s(ills − F#A! Selection3 s(stem le1el Diagnosis
ist o* aboratory Ex+eriments:-
"0 Design3 1eri/(3 test3 S(nthesi4e basic gates using @$D'
-0 Design3 1eri/(3 test3 S(nthesi4e s(nchronous counter using F#A!
,0 Design3 1eri/(3 test3 S(nthesi4e Scrolling o/ data on se1en segment displa( using
F#A!
90 Inter/ace !DC-D!C using F#A!
.0 Aeneration o/ *amp using D!C using F#A!
80 Stepper motor controller using F#A!
<0 S-*3 ?-D3 Toggle and D Flip /lop using F#A! =!n( t2o>
70 7:" multiple%er using F#A!
0 -:9 Decoder using F#A!
"-
"00 7:, Encoder using F#A!
""0 Shi/ters

ist o* )ractice Oriente- )rojects ,1ny One.:
""0 9 bit !'C using F#A!
"-0 'CD controller using F#A!
",0 S2itch Debouncing using F#A!
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(: -
6asic @'SI Design3 ,
rd
Edition b( Douglas !0 #uc&nell3 Damran EshraghianB
#rentice $all o/ India #1t0 'td0
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> @$D':#rogramming b( e%ample3 "
st
Edition b( Douglas #err(B McAra2 ;$ill0
-> @'SI Technolog(B -
nd
Edition b( S0M0S4e3 McAra2 -$ill0
,> Digital Design: #rinciples and #ractices3 ,
rd
Edition3 b( ?ohn F0 +a&erl( #rentice
$all o/ India
9> #rinciples o/ CM)S @'SI Design: ! S(stems #erspecti1e3 -
nd
Edition3 b( Neil
$0E0 +este3 Damran Eshraghian3 !ddison +esle( #ublications3 ",
4ebsites:-
• %ilin%0com
• asic-2orld0com
!agaDines:
• @'SI Societ( o/ India3 Te%as Instruments =India> #1t0 'td3 C @ *aman Nagar3
6angalore .800,
• I0E0E0E0: @'SI Designers Inter/ace
• EE Times: 1lsi-india0net
• Integration3 the @'SI ?ournal ees0else1ier0comG1lsiG
",0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : +ireless Communication
Subject Code : 0 ; EE - 8.0
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:−
The glorious -"st centur( mar&s the mobile radio communication industr( b( orders o/
magnitude0 The recent e%ponential gro2th in cellular mobile communication needs more
s&illed technicians /or operation3 maintenance H ser1icing o/ mobile cellular s(stem0
This subject is classi/ied under technolog( group and it is based on communication
theor(3 2hich gi1es theoretical as 2ell as practical &no2ledge o/ di//erent cellular
s(stem0 It co1ers digital cellular mobile s(stem0 It co1ers digital cellular mobile s(stem
such as ASM3 IS ; . standards3 +''3 call processing H basic o/ mobile communication
s(stem0
Objectives:−
The student should able to:
"0 Compare operation o/ di//erent mobile communication s(stem
-0 Describe cellular concept such as /re5uenc( reuse3 hand o//
,0 Describe co1erage H capacit( in cellular s(stem
90 Dra2 ASM s(stem architecture
.0 E%plain call processing in ASM
80 E%plain CDM! =IS-.> standards
<0 E%plain Call processing in CDM!
70 Compare ASM H CDM!
0 De/ine SS< ser1ices
"00 Demonstrate ASM s(stem H CDM! s(stem
""0 E%plain basics o/ *!D!*s
"-0 E%plain basics o/ satellite communication
earning Structure:-
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
, - , , "00 ,. -. "-. .0 - - -. "0 -. "0 "<.
","
Sr. No Contents !
Section "
" "0 "ntro-uction to ?ireless communication
system
"0" E1olution o/ mobile radio communication
"0- Mobile radio s(stem around the 2orld0 =Such as
!M#S3 N- !M#S3 IS-.3 ASM>
"0, *elated de/inition base station3 control channel3
/or2ard channel etc0
E%amples o/ 2ireless communication s(stem such
as paging s(stem3 cordless telephone s(stem3
cellular telephone s(stem 3 ho2 cellular telephone
call is made
"- -.
- The cellular conce+t0
,0" Introduction a basic cellular s(stem0
,0- Fre5uenc( reuse
,0, $and o//3 T(pe o/ hand o//3 hard hand o//3 so/t hand
o// 3 dela(ed and 5ueued hand o//
,09 Inter/erence H s(stem capacit(0
,090" Co channel inter/erence H s(stem capacit(0
,090- Channel planning /or 2ireless s(stem0
,090, !djacent channel Inter/erence0
,0909 #o2er control /or reducing inter/erence
=Closed loop3 )pen loop>
,0. Impro1ing co1erage and capacit( in cellular s(stem0
,0.0" Cell splitting0
,0.0- Sectoring0
,0.0, *epeater /or range e%tension0
,0.09 Micro cell 4one concept0
"- -.
Section ""
, /igital cellular mobile systems0
90" A0S0M s(stem architecture0
90"0" A0S0M ser1ices H /eatures0
90"0- A0S0M radio subs(stems0
90"0, A0S0M channel t(pes0
90"09 Message H call processing in ASM
90"0. #ri1ac( H securit( in ASM0
90- Signal s(stem no0< =ss<>]per/ormance ser1ices0
90, CDM! digital cellular standard IS-.0
90,0" IS0. /re5uenc( H channel speci/ication
90,0- IS-. s(stem architecture0
90,0, IS-. CDM! calls #rocessing0
90,09 Securit( H identi/ication in IS-. CDM!
90,0. Features o/ IS-.0
"0 -0
9 "ntro-uction to !o-ern ?ireless communication system
.0" ,A+-CDM! =CMTS> =Cni1ersal mobile
0 -0
",-
Telecommunication s(stem0>
.0- ,A CDM! -000
.0, ,A- TD-SCDM! =s(nchronous>
.09 +ireless local loop H 'MDS =local
multipoint distribution>
.0. IMT -000
. Introduction to *!D!*s3 Satellite Communications
.0": *!D!*:#rinciple3 T(pes3 *ange e5uation3 !pplications
.0-: Satellites: #rinciple3 T(pes3 basic terminologies3 applications
0. "0
Total #$ %&&
)art "":- )racticals
"0 #er/orm installation o/ mobile phone0
- )bser1e Input G )utput signal o/ di//erent sections
, *ead the content o/ SIM card0
9 To understand H per/orm charging o/ handset0
. #er/orm testing procedure0
80 Testing o/ mobile handset0
<0 Find out di//erent add- on accessories /or cell phones =batter(3 charger3 hands /ree data
cable >
70 Identi/( di//erent sections H component o/ mobile unit such as =*inger section3 dialer
section3 recei1er section etc0
0 Demonstration o/ hando//3 /re5uenc( response3 cell splitting0
"00 #repare report on di//erent /acilities pro1ided b( cellular compan( =1isit>
""0 #repare report on cellophane operator companies and their plan H tra//ic0 =@isit>
"-0 Find out the speci/ications o/ di//erent handsets pro1ides b( di//erent companies0
",0 #o2er suppl( re5uirement3 batter( technolog(3 displa(3 phone memor(3 ans2ered
called memor( charging time3 Facilities: - STD3 ISD H 'I#>
"90 #repare report on ASM technolog(3 its net2or&3 ASM capabilit( H data Ser1ices0
".0 Stud( H prepare report on cell site 3 distance co1erage 3 antennas used H other
components0
"80 Industrial 1isit to mobile compan( ;ASM = !irtel 3 6#'>
"<0 Industrial 1isit to CDM! mobile station =T!T! Indicom 3 *eliance >
"70 #repare report on /eatures3 ser1ices pro1ided b( di//erent companies0
earning Resources:-
Text 'oo(s: -
"> +ireless Communications: #rinciples H #ractice3 -
nd
Edition b(
T0S0 *appaport3 #earson Education
-> Mobile Cellular Telecommunications: !nalog and Digital S(stems
"
st
edition b( +illiam 'ee3 Tata McAra2 ; $ill0
,> Mobile Computing: Technolog(3 !pplication and Ser1ice Creation3 -
nd
Edition3
b( !so&e Talu&der3 Tata McAra2 $ill
9> *!D!* Engineering Te%t6oo&3 "
st
Edition b( A S N *aju3 I D International
#1t0 'td0
.> Satellite Communicatios3 9
th
Edition b( Dennis *odd(3 Tata McAra2-$ill0
",,
Re*erence 'oo(s:-
"> Mobile Communication3 -
nd
Edition b( ? Schiller3 #earson #ublisher0
-> Introduction to *adar S(stems3,
rd
Edition b( S&olni&3 Tata McAra2 $ill0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : Industrial )rganisation H Management
Subject Code : 0 ; $M - 80.
Teaching an- Examination Scheme:−
Rationale:
Students o/ diploma courses on completion o/ the course join industr( in super1isor(
positions3 2here the( are responsible /or decision ma&ing3 leading3 moti1ating and
controlling the subordinates0 This subject aims at e%posing them to theor( and practice
related to these through lectures3 seminars and case studies0
Objectives:
The students 2ill able to:
"0 Familiari4e en1ironment in the 2orld o/ 2or&
-0 E%plain the importance o/ management process in 6usiness0
,0 Identi/( 1arious components o/ management0
90 Describe *ole H *esponsibilities o/ a Technician in an )rgani4ational
Structure0
.0 !ppl( 1arious rules and regulations concerned 2ith 6usiness H Social
responsibilities o/ the Technician0
Syllabus
)art ":- Theory
Sr. No Contents
" Management: De/inition3 /unctions3 le1els3 s&ills0 -
- #lanning: #rocess3 merits3 limitations0 9
, Decision ma&ing: Decision ma&ing models3 group decision ma&ing0 9
9
)rgani4ing: Span o/ management3 delegation o/ authorit(3
decentrali4ation o/ authorit(3 departmentation0
7
.
Communication:Cp2ard3 do2n2ard3 /ormal and in/ormal
communication0 6arriers to e//ecti1e communication and 2a(s to
o1ercome them0
9
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - - - - - - - - - - - - -. "0 -.
",9
8 Moti1ation:Maslo2:s and $er4berg:s theories0 Incenti1es0 9
<
'eadership: !utocratic and democratic st(les3 Situational leadership0
'eadership continuum and managerial grid0
9
7
Controlling: Controlling process0 *e5uirements o/ a good control
s(stem0
-
Total 30
1ssignments:
a. S"G groups and indi1idual !ssignments
b. , to 9 case studies3
c. " seminar and
-. " role pla(sGgroup discussion on the abo1e topics0

earning Resources:
Text 'oo(:

Industrial and business management3 -00< Edition3 b( Telsang M0T03
S Chand #ublishers0
Re*erence 'oo(s:
"> Essentials /or Management: !n International #erspecti1e3 7
th
Edition3
6( Doont4 3 Mhe #ublisher0
-> Industrial )rganisation and Management3 ,
rd
Edition b( Dr # N *edd(3
#ro/ $ * !ppannaiah3 #ro/ @ Surendar3 $imala(a #ublishers0
",.

Teaching an- Examination Scheme:-
Rationale:-
Diploma holders need to be capable o/ doing sel/ stud( throughout their li/e as the
technolog( is de1eloping 2ith /ast rate0 Student 2ill be able to /ind out 1arious sources o/
technical in/ormation and de1elop sel/-stud( techni5ues to prepare a project and 2rite
a project report0
This subject is intended to teach students to understand /acts3 concepts and techni5ues
o/ electronic e5uipments3 its repairs3 /ault /inding and testing3 estimation o/ cost and
procurement o/ material3 /abrication and manu/acturing o/ 1arious items used in
electrical /ield0 This 2ill help the students to ac5uire s&ills and attitudes so as to
discharge the /unction o/ super1isor in industr( and can start his o2n small-scale
enterprise0
Objectives:-
The students 2ill be able to:
"0 +or& in Aroups3 #lan the 2or&3 and Coordinate the 2or&0
-0 De1elop leadership 5ualities0
,0 !nal(se the di//erent t(pes o/ Case Studies0
90 De1elop inno1ati1e ideas0
.0 De1elop basic technical s&ills b( hands on e%perience0
80 +rite project report0
<0 De1elop s&ills to use latest technolog( in Electronic /ield0
Course Name : Diploma in Electronics Engineering
Course Code : DElnE
Semester : Si%th
Subject Title : #roject
Subject Code : 0 - EE ; 8."
Teaching
Scheme
#aper
$ours
E%amination Scheme
Total
Mar&s
' T #
Theor( Test Total # )* T+
Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min Ma% Min
- - 3 - - - - - - - - 50 20 50 20 100
",8
Course Contents:
Follo2ing acti1ities related to project are re5uired to be dealt 2ith3 during this semester
"0 Form project batches H allot project guide to each batch0 =Ma%imum . students per
batch>
-0 Each project batch should select topic G problem G 2or& b( consulting the guide
Topic G #roblem G +or& should be appro1ed b( $ead o/ Department0
,0 Each project batch should prepare action plan o/ project acti1ities H submit the same
to
respecti1e guide0
90 !t the end o/ semester3 each project batch should submit the action plan and abstract o/
the project along 2ith list o/ materials re5uired i/ project in1ol1es /abrication or other
/acilities re5uired in other &inds o/ project0
.0 !ction #lan should be part o/ the project report0
NOTE:
The stu-ents may select -i**erent +roject *or Semester 5".

OR
This +roject can be the continuation , 0
n-
)art . o* Semester 5.
earning Resources:
'oo(s:!agaDines:
"0 Electronics For Eou
-0 Ele&tor
,0 Electronics Toda(
90 Chip
.0 Computer !cti1e
80 Digit
<0 Computer +orld
70 Industrial !utomation
0 IEEE TransactionsG?ournals
"00 E1er(Da( #ractical Electronics
",<

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