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Agni College of Technology

Lesson Plan - without Coaching class

Semester: VIII Name of The Faculty: M. Beena Godbin


Branch: CSE Date of commencement: 06-12-2017
Subject: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN ENGINE Date of closing: 10-04-2017
Subject Code: GE6075 Class strength: 35
Section: A No. of hours/week: 5
Periods as Per Syllabus: 45 Actual Total hours: 63
Course objectives: (as given in syllabus)
• To enable the students to create an awareness on Engineering Ethics and Human Values, to instill Moral and Social Values and Loyalty and t
appreciate the rights of others.

Assignments Text
S. No Unit No Date Period(s) Topics planned for the period(s) Teaching Aids (A)/Tests(T) No/
Book
planned for Ref
the Topic book No
Unit I Human Values
1 I 6-Dec-17 1 Morals, values and Ethics Chalk &Board - T2

2 I 6-Dec-17 4 Chalk &Board T2


Integrity
3 I 11-Dec-17 4 Chalk &Board T2
Service learning, Civic virtue
4 I 12-Dec-17 3 Chalk &Board T1 T2
Respect for others , Living peacefully
5 I 12-Dec-17 5 Chalk &Board T2
Caring, Sharing , Honesty
6 I 13-Dec-17 1 Courage , Valuing time Chalk &Board T2

7 I 13-Dec-17 4 Cooperation,Commitment Chalk &Board T2

8 I 18-Dec-17 4 Empathy,Self confidence Chalk &Board A-1 T2

9 I 19-Dec-17 3 Character, Spirituality Chalk &Board T2

10 I 19-Dec-17 5 Character, Spirituality Chalk &Board T2


Introduction to Yoga and meditation for
11 I 20-Dec-17 1 professional excellence and stress Chalk &Board T2
management
Introduction to Yoga and meditation for
12 I 20-Dec-17 4 professional excellence and stress Chalk &Board T2
management
Total periods for Unit 1 = 12 periods

26-Dec-17 3 Unit II Engineering Ethics Senses of Chalk &Board


13 II T2
‘Engineering Ethics’ ,
14 II 26-Dec-17 5 Senses of ‘Engineering Ethics’ Chalk &Board T2

15 II 27-Dec-17 1 Variety of moral issues , Types of inquiry Chalk &Board T2

16 II 27-Dec-17 4 Moral dilemmas , Moral Autonomy Chalk &Board T2

17 II 2-Jan-18 3 Kohlberg’s theory,Gilligan’s theory Chalk &Board T2 T2

18 II 2-Jan-18 5 Consensus and Controversy Chalk &Board T2

19 II 3-Jan-18 1 Models of professional roles Chalk &Board T1

20 II 3-Jan-18 4 Theories about right action Chalk &Board T1

21 II 17-Jan-18 1 Self-interest, Customs and Religion Chalk &Board A-2 T1

22 II 17-Jan-18 4 Self-interest, Customs and Religion Chalk &Board T1

23 II 22-Jan-18 4 Uses of Ethical Theories Chalk &Board T1

24 II 23-Jan-18 3 Uses of Ethical Theories Chalk &Board T1

Total periods for Unit 2 = 12 periods

Unit III Engineering As Social


25 III 23-Jan-18 5 Experimentation Engineering as Chalk &Board T1
Experimentation
26 III 24-Jan-18 1 Engineering as Experimentation Chalk &Board T1

27 III 24-Jan-18 4 Engineers as responsible Experimenters Chalk &Board T1

28 III 29-Jan-18 4 Engineers as responsible Experimenters Chalk &Board T1

29 III 30-Jan-18 3 Engineers as responsible Experimenters Chalk &Board T1

30 III 30-Jan-18 5 Codes of Ethics Chalk &Board T1

31 III 31-Jan-18 1 Codes of Ethics Chalk &Board A-3 T1

32 III 31-Jan-18 4 Codes of Ethics Chalk &Board T1

33 III 5-Feb-18 4 Revision Chalk &Board T1

34 III 6-Feb-18 3 A Balanced Outlook on Law Chalk &Board T1

35 III 6-Feb-18 5 A Balanced Outlook on Law Chalk &Board T1

Total periods for Unit 3 = 11 periods

7-Feb-18 1 Unit IV Safety, Responsibilities And Chalk &Board


36 IV T1
Rights
7-Feb-18 4 Safety and Risk, Assessment of Safety and Chalk &Board
37 IV T3 T1
Risk
38 IV 12-Feb-18 4 Risk Benefit Analysis and Reducing Risk Chalk &Board T1
39 IV 20-Feb-18 3 Confidentiality Chalk &Board T1

40 IV 20-Feb-18 5 Conflicts of Interest Chalk &Board T1

41 IV 21-Feb-18 1 Occupational Crime Chalk &Board T1

42 IV 21-Feb-18 4 Professional Rights Chalk &Board T1

43 IV 26-Feb-18 4 Professional Rights Chalk &Board T1

44 IV 27-Feb-18 3 Employee Rights Chalk &Board T1

45 IV 27-Feb-18 5 Employee Rights Chalk &Board T1

28-Feb-18 1 Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Chalk &Board


46 IV T1
,Discrimination
28-Feb-18 4 Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Chalk &Board
47 IV T1
,Discrimination
Total periods for Unit 4 = 12 periods

5-Mar-18 4 Unit V Global Issues Multinational Chalk &Board


48 V T1
Corporations
49 V 6-Mar-18 3 Environmental Ethics Chalk &Board T1

50 V 6-Mar-18 5 Computer ethics Chalk &Board T4 T1

51 V 7-Mar-18 1 Weapons Development Chalk &Board T1

7-Mar-18 4 Engineers as Managers, Consulting Chalk &Board


52 V T1
Engineers
12-Mar-18 4 Engineers as Expert Witnesses and Chalk &Board
53 V T1
Advisors
54 V 13-Mar-18 3 Moral Leadership, Code of Conduct Chalk &Board T1

55 V 13-Mar-18 5 Chalk &Board T1


Moral Leadership, Code of Conduct
56 V 14-Mar-18 1 Corporate Social Responsibility Chalk &Board T1

57 V 14-Mar-18 4 Corporate Social Responsibility Chalk &Board T1

58 19-Mar-18 4 Revision

59 20-Mar-18 3 Revision

60 20-Mar-18 5 Revision

61 28-Mar-18 1 Revision

62 28-Mar-18 4 Revision

63 2-Apr-18 4 Revision
Total periods for Unit 5 = 10 periods

TOTAL PERIODS FOR FIVE UNITS= 63

Text Books:
1. Mike W. Martin and Roland Schinzinger, “Ethics in Engineering”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,2003

2. Govindarajan M, Natarajan S, Senthil Kumar V. S, “Engineering Ethics”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2004.

Reference Books:

1 Charles B. Fleddermann, “Engineering Ethics”, Pearson Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2004.

2 Charles E. Harris, Michael S. Pritchard and Michael J. Rabins, “Engineering Ethics – Concepts and Cases”, Cengage Learning, 2009

3 John R Boatright, “Ethics and the Conduct of Business”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2003

Course Outcomes:

Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to apply ethics in society, discuss the ethical issues related to engineering and
realize the responsibilities and rights in the society

NPTEL Videos Used:


1. nptel.ac.in/courses/109104068/30
2. nptel.ac.in/courses/109104068/38
3.www.nptel.ac.in/courses/109104068/ui/Course_home-78.html

Specific Instructions to the students

Uninterrupted presence in the class will help the student to latch on with the flow of the course and will help the student to participate in t
class discussion. Students are encouraged to freely participate in the discussion and clarify with the instructor any doubts. The faculty is
available in his / her office during the office hours and the student may meet for any discussion.
The student is strongly advised to take the tests conducted in the class very seriously. This will not only ensure catching up with the
subject closely as it progresses but will also help the student to secure good marks in the internal assessment.

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