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COURSE STRUCTURE (1st to 8th Semesters) & SYLLABUS (1st to 4th Semesters) FOR B.TECHPROGRAMME w.e.f.

200910AcademicSession
SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH BHUBANESWAR

INDEX

Sl. No.
1

DESCRIPTION

PAGE

Departmental Codes

Coding System

II

Course Structure comparison

III

Course Structures of 1st year

Detail syllabi of 1st year papers

2-19

Course Structure of 2nd year(all branches)

20-28

Detail syllabi of 2nd year papers(all branches)

29-71

Course Structure of 3rd and 4th years(all branches)

72-98

Departmental Codes

Sl.No. 1 2. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Nameofdepartment AppliedElectronics&InstrumentationEngg Electronics&CommunicationEngg ElectricalEngineering Electronics&ElectricalEngg Instrumentation&ControlEngg InformationTechnology ComputerSc.&Engineering ComputerApplications CivilEngineering ChemicalEngineering MechanicalEngineering Humanities&SocialSc. Chemistry Mathematics Physics

CodeName EI EC EE EN IC IT CS CA CE CH ME HS CY MA PH

Coding System
1. Coding System
I. II. Course code should be uniform in all semesters- (1st year should Not be different from other years). L & P need not be shown in the course code as it is obvious from L- T- 0 & 0-0-P. It should be as 2L+3D

2. Subject code should consist of 2-lettered branch code and 3-digits- e.g. ME-203
I. Of the 3-digits 1st digit stands for year 1 for 1st year, 2- for 2nd year, 3- for 3rd year, 4- 4th year, 5 or 5 & 6 for M. Tech. and 7 or 7, 8, 9 for M.C.A. II.
To be decided by Dean(PG & R)

The last digit stands for paper number. From 0 to 5 or may be up to 7 if needed. Odd digits to be used in odd semesters and even digits in even semesters. The 2nd (Middle digit) For theory papers: 0 for non-specific papers and 1 to 6 as per sub- specialization) 9- for project/viva/seminar etc. 2nd and 3rd digits are to be decided by the department THIS CODING SYSTEM IS FOLLOWED IN: IITS: - B, KGP, M & R, and NITs: - A, C, R & T

III.

II

CategorywiseCredits:
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Institutes IIT-KGP IIT-M IIT-R NITR ITER HS 19 11 16 17 17 BS 22 27 21 32 30 BE 45 24 34 36 33 EP 72 86+6 97 110 106 Project etc. 14 11 12 18 16 Total 172 165 180 213 202 Total 6 7 6 7 5 6 6 6 6 5 5 6 5 6 6 5 6 5 5 5 5 6 6 5 5 6 5 5 5 5 6 5 2 5 3 3 4 5 5 4 43 44 38 46 39 46 47 41

No. of theory Papers/Semester:IIT-M IIT-B IITKGP IIT-R NITR NITA NITC ITER

6 5 5 7 5 6 6 5

6 5 4 7 5 6 6 5

6 6 5 6 5 6 6 6

No. of Credits in different Semesters:Semester IIT-B IIT-R IIT-M IIT-KGP NITR NITA NITC NIIT ITER
III

I 37 24 20 28 30 23 22 23 27

II 44 24 22 25 30 27 21 22 27

III 41.5 23 21 23 25 25 23 22 27

IV 42 24 23 25 25 27 21 20 27

V 40.5 23 21 23 25 22 20 23 24

VI 41 21 23 23 24 26 23 24 24

VII 44 22 21 23 28 27 22 24 23

VIII 45 19 14 17 26 28 23 18 23

Total 335 180 165 187 213 205 175 176 202

SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme (2009-2010 Admission Batch)

(Common for all Branches)

1st Semester
Subject Code MA101 PH101 CY101 EE101 EC101 CS101 ME101 HS101

2nd Semester
Contact Hrs LTP 310 310 300 310 300 310 200 Credits 4 4 3 4 3 4 2 Subject Code MA102 CY101 PH101 EC101 EE101 ME101 CS101 HS102

Theory
MathematicsI PhysicsOR Chemistry IntroductiontoElectricalEnggOR IntroductiontoElectronics ComputerFundamentals&C ProgrammingOR EngineeringMechanics EnglishforCommunication

Theory
MathematicsII ChemistryOR Physics IntroductiontoElectronicsOR IntroductiontoElectricalEngg EngineeringMechanicsOR ComputerFundamentals&C Programming BusinessCommunication

Contact Hrs LTP 310 300 310 310 310 300 200

Credits 4 3 4 4 4 3 2

TOTAL
Subject Code WS171 ME171

17
Contact Hrs LTP 103 003

17
Subject Code ME171 WS171

TOTAL

17
Contact Hrs LTP 103

17
Credits 3

Sessionals
IntroductiontoManufacturing ProcessesOR EngineeringDrawing&Computer Graphics ComputerFundamentals&C Programming(in1Semesteronly) PhysicsLabOR ChemistryLab BasicElectricalEnggLabOR BasicElectronicsLab. EnglishforCommunicationLab ExtraAcademicActivitiesI

Credits 3 2

Sessionals
EngineeringDrawing& ComputerGraphicsOR IntroductiontoManufacturing Processes ComputerFundamentals&C Programming(in1 Semesteronly) ChemistryLabOR PhysicsLab BasicElectricalEnggLabOR BasicElectronicsLab BusinessCommunicationLab ExtraAcademicActivitiesII

CS171

CS171

003

PH171 CY171 EE171 EC171 HS171 EA171

003 003 003

2 2 2

CY171 PH171 EE171 EC171 HS172 EA172

003 003 003

2 2 2

TOTAL GRANDTOTAL

16/13 11/9 28/26

TOTAL GRANDTOTAL

13/16 9/11 26/28

CURRICULUM FOR B.TECH PROGRAMME (2009-10 ADMISSION BATCH)


COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES

MA-101
Module-I

MATHEMATICS-I

(3-1-0)

Asymptotes, Curvature First order Ordinary differential equations: Recapitulation of Basic concepts and ideas, Exact differential equations, Integrating factor, linear differential equations, Bernoulli equation. Homogenous linear equations of second order, Equations with constant coefficients, Complex exponential functions, Modeling: Free-Oscillations (Mass-Spring System) Cauchy-Euler Equation, Existence and Uniqueness Theorems, Wronskian, Nonhomogeneous equations, Solution by methods of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters, Solutions of systems of ODEs, Modelling: Forced Oscillation, Electric Circuits.

Module-II
Power Series Method of solving second order ODEs, Concepts of ordinary points and singularities, Legendres Equation. Legendre Polynomials Pn(x), Frobenius Method, Bessels Equation, Bessel Function of the first kind Jv(x), Bessel Function of second kind Yv(x) and Modified Bessel functions Iv(x),Kv(x)(brief introduction only)

Module-III
Laplace Transforms, Inverse Transforms; linearity and shifting properties, Laplace Transforms of derivatives and integrals, Unit Step Function. Second Shifting Theorem, Dirac Delta Function. Differentiation and integration of transforms, Convolution theorem, Solution of differential , integral and integro-differential equations by using Laplace transform techniques. Text Books: 1. Differential Calculus by Gorakh Prasad, Pothishala Publication 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig, John-Wiley & Sons. 8th Edition. Reference Books: 1. Advance Engineering Mathematics- by-P.V.O. Neil Publisher-Thomson 2. Higher Engineering Mathematics- by-B.S.Grewal 3. Advance Engineering Mathematics- by-Potter & Gold Berg

MA-102
Module-I

MATHEMATICS-II

(3-1-0)

Improper Integrals: Convergence of Improper Integrals, (Tests of convergence ), Beta and Gamma functions, their elementary properties and relations, differentiation under integral sign, differentiation of integrals with variable limits Leibnitz rule,(integrals dependent on a parameter.) Linear Algebra: Linear Systems of Equations, Gauss Elimination, Rank of a Matrix. Linear Independence. Vector spaces-linear dependence of vectors , basis and linear transformations. Solution of linear systems: Existence, uniqueness, general from, GaussJordan Elimination.

Module-II
Matrix Eigenvalue Problem: Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, Some Applications of Eigenvalue Problems.Symmetric, skew-symmetric and orthogonal matrices. Complex matrices: Hermitian, skew-Hermitian Unitary matrices. Similarity of matrices. Basis of eigenvectors, Diagonalization. Functions of several variables : Limit, continuity, and differentiability of functions of several variables, Partial derivatives , derivatives of second order and there commutativity, derivatives of composite and implicit functions .Eulers theorem on homogeneous functions, harmonic functions ,Taylors expansion of functions of several variables, Maxima and minima of functions of several variables, Lagranges method of multipliers.

Module-III
Vector Calculus: Vector and Scalar Functions and Fields, Derivatives, Curves, Tangent Arclength of Curves. Velocity and Acceleration., Directional Derivatives, Gradient, Divergence and Curl of a vector field. Line Integrals, Independence of path. Double Integrals, Greens Theorem in the plane, Surfaces for surface integrals. Surface Integrals, Triple Integrals, Divergence Theorem of Guass.Further Application of Divergence Theorem.Stokes theorem. Fourier Series, Functions of any period T=2L, Even and odd function. Half-range expansions, Fourier Integrals, Fourier Cosine and Sine Transfrom, Test Books: 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, by E. Kreyszig (John Wiley) 8th Edition. 2. Differential and Integral Calculus, by N. Piskunov (MIR) 3. Integral Calculus, by Shanti Narayan (S. Chand & Co.) Appendix- I & II Reference Books: 1. Advance Engineering Mathematics- by P.V.O. Neil Publisher-Thomson 2. Higher Engineering Mathematics- by B.S. Grewal 3. Advance Engineering Mathematics- by Potter & Gold Berg

PH-101
Module I

PHYSICS

(3-0-0)

1. Oscillation Damped oscillation: Equation of motion and its general solution, Energy in damped oscillation, Quality factor, Logarithm decrement, Relaxation time. Forced oscillation: Equation of motion and its general solution, steady state behavior, Quality factor, amplitude and velocity resonance, Sharpness of resonance. (6 hrs)

II. Optics:

Interference, production of coherent sources by division of wave front and division of amplitude, Newtons ring experiment. Determination of wavelength and refractive index of liquid by Newtons ring method. Diffraction: Types of diffraction. Fraunhofer diffraction due to a single slit, Diffraction grating and determination of wavelength of light.

Module II
III.

(5hrs)

Polarization : Polarized and un-polarized light, Malus law, Brewsters law, Polarization by reflection and double refraction. Production and detection of linearly, circularly and elliptically polarized light. (4 hrs) Electromagnetism: No proof of theorems and laws included in this section is expected, statement and interpretation should suffice. Coulombs Law, Gauss divergence theorem, Stokes theorem, Gauss law of electrostatics, electric field E and displacement D. Application of Gauss law to determine the electric field due to an infinite line charge, infinite sheet of uniform charge and uniformly charged sphere. Magnetic induction B and magnetic intensity H. Amperes circuital law, its application to determine H due to an infinite line current. Displacement current, Faradays law of electromagnetic induction. Electromagnetic wave equation in terms of E and B, Wave equation in free space, transverse nature and speed.

IV.

Module III
V. Quantum Physics: Particle nature of radiation (7hrs) Black body radiation, photoelectric effect and Compton scattering, failure of classical physics and success of Planck, Einstein and Compton theory (No derivation is necessary) (3hrs) Wave nature of particles De Broglie hypothesis, matter waves, Davisson and Germer experiment, Heisenberg uncertainty principle: statement, interpretation and examples. Formulation and application of Quantum Mechanics: (2hrs) Wave function and its properties, Probability density, Observable and operators, Expectation value, Schrodinger time dependent and time independent equation & its applications to: - Free particle, Infinite deep potential well, potential barrier (one dimension only). Qualitative treatment of harmonic oscillator and hydrogen atom. (8hrs) by Arthur Beisur, Tata McGraw Hill by Matthew N.O. Sadiku, 3rd Edition, Oxford University Press by H.J. Pain and Waves by D.J. Grifths, Prentice-Hall by Ajoy Ghatak, 3rd Edition, Tata Mc Graw Hill by C. Kittel, 7th Edition, John Wiley, Wiley Physics Eastern Limited by AJ Dekker, Prentice-Hall

VI.

Text Book 1. Modern Physics 2. Elements of Electromagnetic 3. The Physics of Vibration

Reference Books: 1. Introduction to Electrodynamics 2. Optics 3. 4. Introduction to solid state Solid State Physics

CY 101
MODULE I

CHEMISTRY

(3-0-0)
[14 hrs]

1. Quantum Mechanical Approach to Atomic Structure: [5hrs] Failure of Classical Mechanics: (Black body radiation, Photoelectric effect, wave nature of particles, Atomic spectra), Development of Quantum Mechanics, Heisenbergs uncertainty principle, Schrodingers wave equation (need not be derived), Interpretation of wave function.

2. Co-ordination Chemistry: [5hrs] Stability of complex ions, Crystal field Theory:- Orientation of d-orbitals and crystal field splitting of energy levels in Octahedral &Tetrahedral complexes and its effect on magnetic properties of metal complexes. 3. Spectroscopy: [4hrs] Electromagnetic radiation, Laws of Absorption, UV-Vis., IR & microwave, Spectroscopy (Basic principles only).

MODULEII

[17 hrs]

1. Thermodynamics of Chemical Processes: [5hrs] Molecular interpretation of entropy, Entropy change in physical & chemical changes, entropy of mixing, free energy concept, criterion for spontaneity and equilibrium of chemical reactions, Gibbs Helmholtz equation, Maxwells relations. 2. Phase Equilibria: [4hrs] Phase, Component, Degree of Freedom, Phase rule, Application of phase rule to One Component systems (water system, sulphur system) & two component Bi-Cd system. 3. Electrochemistry: [8hrs] Cell E.M.F, Nernsts equation (derivation), Electrode Potential, reference electrodes, Applications of e.m.f measurement:- determination of pH, Ksp, free energy change and equilibrium constant. Fuel cells, Electrochemical Corrosion.

MODULE-III

[11hrs]

1. Kinetics of Chemical Reactions & Catalysis: [7hrs] Kinetics of second order reaction, Methods of determining order of reactions, Theories of reaction rates (Collision theory and transition state theory), Effect of temperature on reaction rates. Classification of catalysis, acid-base catalysis, enzyme catalysed reactions, MichaelisMenten mechanism, Industrial applications of catalysts. 2. Organic Reaction Mechanism: [4hrs] Mechanism of substitution reactions: Aliphatic nucleophilic substitution reactions of alkyl halides (SN1& SN2 mechanisms), aromatic nucleophilic substitution reactions of halobenzene (benzyne mechanism excluded), electrophilic substitution reactions of benzene.

Text Books: (i) Physical Chemistry, by Atkins and J. De Paula, 7th Edition, Oxford University press, 2002. (ii) Physical Chemistry, by Engel & Reid, 1st impression 2006, Pearson Education, 2006. (iii)Concise Inorganic Chemistry, by J. D. Lee, ,4th/5th edition, ELBS (iv) Organic Chemistry, by Morrison and Boyd, 5th/6th edition, Prentice Hall

Reference Books: (i) Physical Chemistry, by David W. Ball, 1st Indian Reprint, Thomson Learning Inc., 2007. (ii) Principle of Physical Chemistry, by Puri, Sharma & Pathania, S. Chand & Co. Publication, 2007. (iii)Text book of Physical Chemistry, by Soni, Dharmarah and Dash, 22nd Revised Edition, Sultan Chand & Sons, 2004. (iv) A Text book of Organic Chemistry, by Bahl & Bahl, S. Chand & Co. Publication, Revised edition, 2007. (v) Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, by F. A. Cotton and G. Wilkinson, Wiley Inter Science, New York, Latest Edition.

EE 101
Module - I

INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

(3-1-0)

Total Lectures 38
1. DC Networks: Concept of voltage sources and current sources, Source conversion, Khirchoffs laws, nodal and mesh analysis, star-delta conservations, Superposition principle. Thevenins Theorem & Nortons Theorem. (6 lectures) 2. Magnetic circuits: Permeability and reluctance, solution of simple magnetic circuits, B-H Curves, Hysterisis and Eddy current losses. (4 lectures)

Module - II
3. Single Phase AC Circuits : Single phase EMF generation, average and effective values of sinusoids and rectified signal, j operator, complex representation of impedance, phasor diagrams, power factor, complex power, solution of series and parallel circuits, resonance in series and parallel RLC circuit, Q factor and bandwidth. (8 lectures) 4. Three Phase AC Circuit: Solution of three-phase EMF generation, delta and star connection, Line and Phase quantities, Solution of 3-phase circuits with balanced load. Power in 3-phase balanced circuits, measurement of three-phase power by 2watt meter method for balanced load. (4 lectures)

Module - III
5. Transformers: Construction and Principle of operation of single phase transformer, EMF & current equation, phase or diagram at no load and load for ideal transformers. (3 lectures) 6. DC Machines: Construction and Principle of Operation of generator and motor, methods of excitation, EMF equation, speed equation and torque equation of D.C. Motors. (4 lectures) 7. Three phase Induction Motor: Construction and principle of operation, types. (3 lectures) 8. Single Phase Induction Motor: Principle of operation, starting by help of capacitor. (2 lecture)

Module - IV
9. Electrical Measuring Instruments : PMMC ammeters and voltmeters extension of range. Moving iron ammeters and voltmeters, Dynamometer wattmeter, Energy meter. (4 lectures) Text Books : 1. Basic Electrical Engineering by V.N. Mittle/ Arvind Mittal., TMH 2. Electrical & Electronics Technology, by Edward Hughes (revised by Lab McKenzie Smith) Pearson Education Ltd. Indian Reprint 2002. 3. Basic Electrical Engineering, by J.J. Cathey, S.A. Nasar, 2nd edition, TMH. Reference Books : 1. Essential of Electrical & Computer Engineering, by David v. Kerns, Jr., J. David Irwin. Pearson 2. Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Technology, by William D. Stanley, John R. Hackworth, Richard L. Jones, Thomson Pub.

EC 101

INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS

(3-1-0)

Objective: As a First Course in Electronics it is intended to give an easy understanding of the World of Electronics Semi Conducting Materials and Basic Devices, simple Circuits and Systems, a better appreciation of going digital and to generate a continued interest in the subject.

Module I

(8 Lecturer Hours) 1. Introduction of Modern Electronics, Signals, components of the signals , Analogue and Digital Signals (Chapter 1, Sedra and Smith) (1 hour) 2. Semiconductor Concept: Intrinsic Semiconductor, Materials, Energy levels; Mobility, Conductivity; n-and p-type, Concept of hole, Majority and Minority Carriers, Mechanism of Current flow. (3 hours) 3. Semiconductor Diode : p-n junction, Forward- Bias Condition, Reverse Bias Condition, V-I Characteristic, Diode Equation, Zener region ,DC Resistance levels, AC Resistance, Simplified Equivalent Circuits of a Diode, application of Diode as Rectifier, Clamper, Clipper . (4 hours) 4. Bipolar Junction Transistor , Transistor Operation; Common-Emitter Configuration, V-I Characteristics, Biasing , Load Line , DC analysis , Transistor Testing . Small Signal Analysis (hybrid parameter models), Analysis of CE Amplifier. Frequency response of an amplifier (elementary treatment). (5 hours) (10 Lecturer Hours) 5. Field Effect Transistors: Structure and principle of JFET. V-I Characteristics, DC Biasing, Load - line, DC Analysis, Small Signal Equivalent Circuit Model. Common Source amplifier analysis. Principle of MOSFET, application of MOSFET as a switch. (5 hours) 6. Feedback Amplifiers: Principles of feedback amplifier, Advantages of Negative feedback, Barkhausen Criterion of Oscillation. (2 hours) 7. Operational Amplifiers: The ideal OP Amp, Inverting and Non- inverting Configurations, Op amp application in integration, Differentiation and Summing Circuits. (3 hours)

Module - II

Module - III

(6 Lecturer Hours) 8. Digital Electronics: Boolean Algebra, Binary Arithmetic, Hexa Decimal Numbers and their conversion, Logic Gates: AND, OR, NAND, NOR, EX OR. General idea about Adder, Subtractor and Multiplier (two bit), Multiplexer. FFs Registers, Counters and memory. (5 hours)

9. Principle of Communication: Basic Principles of Modulation and Demodulation AM and FM (waveform only, no mathematical derivation), Brief description of an analog Communication Systems. Principles of Digital Communication Techniques; Sampling Quantization, encoding and decoding (without derivation). (4 hours) 10. Electronics instruments: Principles of Oscilloscope and its simple application. (2 hours) Text Books: 1. Electronics Devices Circuit Theory by Rober L. Boylestand Eight Edition, PHI. 2. Microelectronics Circuits by A. S. Sedra and Kenneth C. Smith Fourth Edition, Oxford University Press. Selected portions of Chapters 1, 2, 5, 8. Reference Books: 1. Essential of Electrical and Computer Engineering by David V. Kerns, Jr. & J. David Irwin: Pearson Education, Selected portion for Ch. 8 to 14 (Electronics Section. ) 2. Basic Electronics by D. Chattopadhyay, Rakshit, Purohit 3. Digital Foundation by Thomas L. Floyd, 8th Edition, Selection portions. 4. Communication Engineering, by G. Kenedy. Tata McGraw Hill publications

CS-101

COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS AND C PROGRAMMING

(3-0-0)

Module I

(12 Hours)

Introduction to computer, Evolution of computers, computer generation, Basic computer organization, memory hierarchy, I/O devices, computer Software ,Algorithm, flowchart, Programming Paradigm, structure of C program, identifiers, basic data types, constants, variables, operators, expressions, type conversions, conditional expressions, precedence and order of evaluation. Input-poutput statements,if and switch statements, loops:-while, do-while and for statements, break, continue, go to, programming examples.

(12 Hours) Designing structured programs: - Functions, parameter passing, storage classes- extern, (auto, register, static), scope rules. Arrays-concepts, declaration, definition, accessing elements, two-dimensional and multi-dimensional arrays. pointers- concepts, pointers and function arguments, Character pointers and functions, pointers to pointers, pointers and multidimensional arrays, dynamic memory management functions.

Module II

Module III

(12 Hours) Derived types- structures- declaration, definition and initialization of structures, accessing structures, nested structures, arrays of structures, structures and functions, pointers to structures, self referential structures, unions, typedef, bit fields, C program examples. Input and output concept of a file, text files and binary files, streams, standard I/O, Formatted I/O, file I/O operations, error handling, C program examples. Text Book 1. Computer Fundamentals and C Programming, by Balagurusamy, Tata Mc GrawHill. 2. Computer Programming, by ITL & Kamthane , Pearson Education. 3. Computer Fundamental & Programming in C- by P. Dey & M. Ghosh, Oxford Higher Education. Reference Book 1. Computer Science A Structured Programming Approach Using C, by Forouzan, Gilberg, Cengage Learning. 2. C How to Program, by Deitel, PHI publication. 3. Problem Solving and Programme Design with C, by Hanly, Pearson Education.

ME101
Module-I

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

(3-1-0)

(14 hours) Cartesian vectors: Position vectors, representation of a force in a vector form (force acting along a line, force given by magnitude and direction, force given by components); Scalar product and its applications; vector product. Force systems: Resolution of a force, Coplanar and concurrent force systems; moment of a force about a point (scalar and vector formulation), Varigons theorem (principle of moments), moment of a force about the specified axis; moment of a couple; transmission of a force along the line of its action and to any other point; transmission of the couple; resultant of the system of forces and couples (equivalent force-couple system), single equivalent resultant force in a force and couple system (2D and 3D cases). Equilibrium of particle and rigid body: Free body diagram, different conditions of equilibrium for particle and rigid body; equilibrium of concurrent force systems, equations of equilibrium in 2D and 3D cases; plane trusses and frames. Friction: Dry friction, wedge friction, belt friction.

Module-II

(14 hours) Properties of areas: Centroid, Pappus theorems, Moments of inertia; Parallel axes theorem; Polar moment of inertia, Products of inertia, elementary idea on principal axes and principal moments of inertia. Virtual work: Principle of virtual work and basic idea on stability. Kinematics of particles:
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Rectilinear motion, plane curvilinear motion, rectangular coordinates (x,y), normal and tangential coordinates (n,t), polar coordinates (r,), constrained motion.

Module-III

(8 hours) Kinetics of particles: Newtons second law, rectilinear motion, simple harmonic motion, curvilinear motion, work and energy, energy conservation, impulse and momentum, conservation of linear momentum, central impact. Text Books: 1.Engineering Mechanics Vol I Statics, Vol II - Dynamics, by J.L. Meriam and L.G.Kraige, , John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2.Engineering Mechanics Vol I Statics, Vol II - Dynamics, by R.W.Soutas-Little, D.J.Inman, D.S.Balint, Computational Edition, CENAGE learning. 3.Engineering Mechanics, Statics. Dynamics, by R.C. Hibbeler, Pearson Press. Reference Books: 1.Engineering Mechanics, Statics. Dynamics, by A.P.Boresi, R.J.Schmidt, CENAGE learning 2.Engineering Mechanics, Statics. Dynamics, by I.H. Shames, PHI, 2002 Vector Mechanics, Statics. Dynamics, J.Beer and Johnson, Tata Mc Graw-Hill

HS101
Objective:

ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION

(2-0-0)

1. To enable the students to become aware of their present communication skills and the skills they will need to function as successful professional. 2. To encourage them to acquire some of the necessary skills so that they can handle dayto-day personal and professional responsibilities. 3. To build their confidence and to instill competitiveness by projecting a positive image of themselves and their future. 4. To use grammar in meaningful contexts. 5. To familiarize the students with the sounds of English in a nutshell, particularly in stress and into nation.

Unit I Basics of Communication


1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Communication as a Process: Models of communication, human aspects of communication. Barriers to Communication Technology influencing Language Use. Qualities of Good Communication: 7Cs of Communication, Nonverbal Communication

Unit II Communication Skills


2.1 Listening Skill: Active Listening in the Cross cultural contexts, regional and linguistic variation. 1.2 Reading Skill: Scanning, Skimming, Intensive Reading, Extensive reading. 1.3 Speaking: Formal, Informal, Conversation 1.4 Writing: Narrative, Expository, Argumentative, Personal, Professional
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Unit-III Language as medium


3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Grammar in context Language function MAK. Hallidays Model Plain and bias-free English Growing trend informality.

Unit-IV Problems of sounds and pronunciation


4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Varieties of English Problem of Indian speakers Stress order and voice modulation Accent neutralization.

Unit-V Culture and communication: themes, issues, problems, and ethic.


Text Books: 1. Business Communication Today, by Bovee at al. Pearson Education: New Delhi, 2005. 2. Communication Effectively, by Lani Aredondo, Tata McGraw Hill: New Delhi, 2005 3. Spoken English, by Orient Longman: R.K. Bansal & J.B. Harrison, New Delhi 4. Communication for Business: A Practical Approach, by Shirley Taylor. Pearson Education, New Delhi 2005 5. A Communicative Grammar of English, by Geoffre Leech and Jean Svartvik. Longman Publishing Group: New Delhi 1975 6. Longmans Dictionary of Contemporary English

HS102

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

(2-0-0)

1. To develop writing skills of the students required in a modern work environment. 2. To develop the skills of students in preparing notes, reports; to conduct meetings, write agenda and minutes. 3. To develop in the students the right approach to face interviews and participate ingroup discussions. 4. To develop proficiency in areas of information sharing, conversation and negotiation 5. To enable students to control one-to-one communication, enrich interactions at interpersonal levels. Unit 1. Mechanics of writing (9 hrs) 1.1 Concrete compact, cheerful, considerate, coherence, coherence, cohesion, clarity 1.2 Use and abuse of words: jargon, slangs and technical words 1.3 Structuring of Ideas 1.4 Writing Paragraphs

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Unit 2. Writing at Work 2.1 Business letter, 2.2 Email, Fax, Memo 2.3 Business Report 2.4 Proposal Solicited, unsolicited, formatted 2.5 Notice, Circulars Unit-3 Getting Ready for a Job 3.1 Job Applications - Dos and donts 3.2 CV and Cover letter 3.3 Job Interviews: structured and unstructured Unit-4 Corporate Communication 4.1 Types of meeting 4.2 Agenda, Minutes 4.3 Motion and Resolution 4.4 Role of Chairperson, Secretary 4.5 Presentation 4.6 Group Discussion Suggested Readings: 1. Business Communication Today by Bovee et al.. Pearson Education: New Delhi, 2005 2. Effective Technical Communication by Barun K Mitra. Oxford University Press: New Delhi,. 2006 3. Winning at the Interviews, by Edgas Thrope. Pearson Education: New Delhi, 2004. 4. Business Communication OUP, by Meenakshi Raman & Prakash Singh.: New Delhi, 2004

(9 hrs)

(5 hrs)

(7 hrs)

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1ST & 2ND SEMESTER B.TECH WS171


Theory:
1. Fundamentals of common Engineering Metals and Alloys like Cast Iron Mild Steel, Carbon Steel, High Speed Steel, Stainless steel. Selection factors. 2. Classification of manufacturing processes. Machining process. 3. Different machine tools like Lathe, Drilling, Milling & Shaper and basic working principles of different machine tools. 4. Cutting tools; single point and multi point cutting tool, Tool materials Carbon steel, Alloys steel, High Speed Steel cemented carbide. 5. Introduction to welding; Gas welding, arc welding, joint preparation, type of welding; but, fillet and lap. 6. Welding defects. Brazing, soldering and Gas cutting. 7. Plastic deformation of metals, Hot and cold working of metals, classification of metal forming processes. Smithy and Forging. 8. Fitting operations and different tools and instruments used, Types of Threads and Thread elements. 9. Carpentry; common carpentry materials, different tools used for Carpentry. Types of joints. 10. Casting; Brief on Pattern, pattern allowances, mould making, melting, pouring and solidification.

SESSIONAL

INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING (1-0-3) PROCESSES

Sessional :
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Fabrication and assembly involving fitting, drilling welding and fastening/riveting. Production of a component involving turning milling and shaping. To produce a component by machine forging/ Power forming Manufacturing of a metallic component by metal casting process. To produce a wooden assembly involving sawing, planning, chiseling and joining. To prepare a pipe layout involving pipes, couplings, Joints etc. a) To prepare electrical circuit involving switches, lamps and meters. b) Preparation of a Electromagnet To make electronic circuit assembly involving active and passive devices with power supply. Preparation of a PCB assembly utilizing hot air/wave soldering technique.

Text Books: 1. Manufacturing technology by P.N.Rao, Tata McGraw Hill publication 2. A Textbook of Workshop Technology (Manufacturing Processes) book, by R.S. Khurmi. 3. Manufacturing Technology by Ghosh and Mallick. 4. A Textbook of Workshop Technology by Hajra Choudhury and Roy by Media promoters and publishers pvt.ltd.

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ME171

ENGINEERING DRAWING AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS

(1-0-3)

Theory component:
1. Introduction to engineering drawing, instruments, sheet format, title block, types of lines & lettering. 2. Dimensioning, tolerances and symbols used in drawing. 3. Drawing of 2D shapes. 4. Projection of points, lines and planes. 5. Projection of solids. 6. Orthographic projections. 7. Development of solids. 8. Intersection of solids. 9. Isometric projection and views. At the end of 3 classes assignments are to be given to the students, which they have to draw free hand in the assignment copy

Sessional Components:
1. Introduction to Operating system commands/ menus, familiarization with computerized drafting software, use of help/ tutorial menus. 2. Introduction to CAD tools and commands, drawing basic 2D shapes; lines, arcs, circles, polygons etc, format title block, part list, revision block, templates, units. Draw simple 2D elements. 3. Printing, translation, export, import of CAD files in different formats like jpg, igs, dxf & dwg. 4. Modify tools; move, copy, fillet, chamfer, array, mirror and scaling. Working with blocks and layering. Draw 2D shapes. 5. Dimensioning and annotating. Draw 2D shapes, dimension and annotate them, fit the drawing within drawing template. 6. Draw projection of points, lines and planes. 7. Orthographic projections. Drawing multiple views of solid parts and dimensioning. 8. Development drawing of surfaces. 9. Draw intersection of solids. 10. Introduction to solid modeling software. Draw simple solids using features. Reference Books: 1. Engineering Drawing, by N. D. Bhatt 2. Fundamental of Graphics Communication, by Gary Robert Bertoline, Pearson 3. Machine Drawing with auto CAD, by Pohit/ Ghosh, Pearson

CS-171

C PROGRAMMING LAB
(Minimum 10 programs to be done covering 8 Experiments)

(0-0-3)

Experiment No. 1
a) Write a C program to find the sum of individual digits of a positive integer.
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b) A Fibonacci sequence is defined as follows: the first and second terms in the sequence are 0 and 1. Subsequent terms are found by adding the preceding two terms in the sequence. Write a C program to generate the first n terms of the sequence.

Experiment No. 2
a) Write a C program to generate all the prime numbers between 1 and n, where value supplied by the user. n is a

Experiment No. 3
a) Write a C program to calculate the following Sum: Sum=1-x2/2! +x4/4!-x6/6!+x8/8!-x10/10! b) Write a C program to find the roots of a quadratic equation.

Experiment No. 4
a) Write C programs that use both recursive and non-recursive functions i) To find the factorial of a given integer. ii) To find the GCD (greatest common divisor) of two given integers. iii) To solve Towers of Hanoi problem.

Experiment No. 5
a) Write a C program to find both the larges and smallest number in a list of integers. b) Write a C program that uses functions to perform the following: i) Addition of Two Matrices ii) Multiplication of Two Matrices iii) Transpose of matrix.

Experiment No. 6
a) Write a C program that uses functions to perform the following operations: i) To insert a sub-string in to given main string from a given position. ii) To delete n Characters from a given position in a given string. b) Write a C program to determine if the given string is a palindrome or not.

Experiment No. 7
a) Write a C program to construct a pyramid of numbers. b) Write a C program to count the lines, words and characters in a given text. c) Write a program to swap two numbers using call by Reference.

Experiment No.8
a) Write a C program that uses functions to perform the following operations: i) Reading a complex number ii) Writing a complex number iii) Addition of two complex numbers iv) Multiplication of two complex numbers (Note: represent complex number using a structure.)

Experiment No. 9
a) Write a C program which copies one file to another. b) Write a C program to reverse the first n characters in a file. (Note: The file name and n are specified on the command line.)
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PH 171

PHYSICS LABORATORY

(0-0-3)

At least ten experiments out of the following should be performed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Determination of youngs modulus by Searles method. Determination of youngs modulus by bending beam. Determination of rigidity modulus using Bartons apparatus. Determination of rigidity modulus using Maxwells needle / Torsional pendulum. Surface tension by capillary rise method. Viscosity by Stokes method. Wave length of light by Newtons ring method Wavelength of light using a transmission grating. Thermal conductivity of bad conductor by Lees method. E.m.f of cell using potentiometer and standard cell Resonance in an LCR circuit. Frequency of a tuning fork by drawing (n~l) graph Characteristics of a p-n junction diode. Characteristics of a PNP transistor. Bridge rectifier. Plancks constant by photoelectric method. Study of Hall effect. Determination of the wavelength of a laser source. Measurement of amplitude and frequency of A.C source using an oscilloscope.

CY171

CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

(3-0-0)

01. Determination of amount of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and sodium carbonate (Na2 CO3) in a mixture. 02. Estimation of Calcium in lime stone. 03. Determination of total hardness of water by EDTA method. 04. Determination of percentage of available chlorine in a sample of bleaching powder. 05. Determination of dissolved oxygen in a sample of water. 06. Determination of rate constant for hydrolysis of methyl acetate in acidic medium. 07. Determination of 2nd order rate constant of ethyl acetate in basic medium. 08. Determination of Viscosity of Lubricating oil by Redwood Viscometer. 09. Determination of flash point and fire point of given oil by Pensky- Marteins closed cup flash point apparatus. 10. Determination of partition coefficient of iodine between CCl4 and Water. 11. Conductometric titration: determination of concentration of Cl- ion by using standard solution of AgNO3. 12. Determination of acid value of lubricating oil. 13. Conductometric titration: determination of strength of a given HCl solution by titration against a standard NaOH solution.

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EE 171

BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY


(Any 10 experiments)

( 0-0-3)

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15)

Study of R-L-C Series Resonance Circuit. Measurement of current, voltage and power in R-L-C Series Circuit excited by single phase AC supply. Comparison of intensities of lamps connected in series, parallel and series parallel. Connection and measurement of power consumption of a fluorescent lamp with voltage variation. Measurement of resistance of armature, shunt field and series field of a DC compound machine and a filament lamp (Cold and Hot). Power Measurement by using (a)3-Volt meter method. (b)3-Ammeter method. Connection and testing of a single phase energy meter. Study of fan motor (Electronic speed control and resistance speed control) voltage/ speed characteristics. Study of B-H curve and measurement of hysteresis loss. To use earth tester to measure earth resistance of a pipe earthing. 3-Phase power measurement by 2 watt meter method. Study of megger and measurement of insulation resistance of different electrical machines. Current-time Characteristics of a fuse wire. Star Delta Conversion using resistors. Inductance and resistance measurement of a choke coil.

EC 171
1.

BASIC ELECTRONICS LAB.


(Minimum 10 experiments are to be performed)

(0-0-3)

Familiarity with different types of electronic components Resistors, Capacitors, Inductors, Semiconductor Diodes, Transistors, ICs. 2. Familiarity in the usage of Oscilloscope, Digital Multimeter, Function Generator & Power Supply. 3. V- I Characteristics of a PN junction diode. Determination of DC and AC resistance. Reverse biasing. 4. Diode as a half wave & full wave rectifier calculation D.C. Current & Ripple Factor to a resistive load, capacitive load. 5. Diode as Clamper & Clipper. 6. V- I Characteristics of Transistor. Load line. 7. Common Emitter Transistor amplifier. Measurement of Linearity Characteristic. Measurement of Gain of a 1 KHz signal. 8. OPAMP as a Summing Amplifier & Differentiator. 9. Determination of Truth Table of AND, OR, NAND, NOR & EX OR Gates. 10. Study of a Multiplexer & De-multiplexers IC. 11. Use of Oscilloscope for Phase, Frequency and Amplitude measurement of a signal. 12. Design of a Simple R-C coupled Amplifier to operate in audio band. Measurement of its Gain frequency response. Study the effect of series feedback.
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HS-171

ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION LAB

(0-0-3)

To develop the skills of the students the following activities are designed. The list however is not exclusive. 1. Ice Breaking Session 2. Interpersonal Communication 3. Nonverbal Communication 4. Role play and Simulation 5. Picture Reading 6. Peer Group Activity 7. Group Talk 8. Practice of Sounds of English 9. Reading Skill Practice 10. Writing passages of different kinds-argumentative, expository, descriptive, professional etc.

HS-172

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION LAB

(0-0-3)

To develop the skills of the students the following activities are designed. The list however is not exclusive. 1. Writing Paragraphs keeping the three Cs in mind 2. Group Discussion 3. Writing Business Letters,memos,email 4. Cross-cultural Communication: Role Play and Simulation 5. Writing a business Proposal/Report 6. Writing CV and covering letter 7. Mock Interview 8. Presentation 9. Meeting 10. Persuasion

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SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
3rd Semester Subject Code Theory
Contact Subject Hrs Credits Code LTP

4th Semester Theory


Contact Hrs Credits LTP

MA201 MathematicsIII EC201 CS211 EE201 EE213 EC213 PH201 HS201 HS203 Subject Code CS271 EE271 EE273 EC271 AnalogueElectronic Circuits DataStructure NetworkTheoryOR ElectricalMachinesI SemiconductorDevices OR
ElectricalEngg.Materials

310 310 300 310 300

4 4 3 4 3 3 21

MA202 MathematicsIV EC202 CS210 EE213 EE201 PH201 EC213 HS203 HS201 DigitalElectronic Circuits OOPSusingC++

310 310 300

4 4 3 4 3

ElectricalMachinesIOR 310 NetworkTheory ElectricalEngg. 300 MaterialsOR SemiconductorDevices

EnggEconomicsOR 300 OrganisationalBehaviour Sessionals DataStructureLab 21

Organisational 300 3 BehaviourOR EnggEconomics 21 21 Sessionals OOPSLab


Contact Hrs Credits LTP

Contact Subject Hrs Credits Code LTP

003

CS272 EE273 EE271 EC272

003

NetworkLabOR 003 2 ElectricalMachinesLab AnalogueElectronicsLab Total 003 9 30 2 6 27

ElectricalMachinesLab 003 2 OR NetworkLab DigitalElectronicsLab 003 2 9 6 Total 30 27

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SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Electronics & Communication Engg
3rd Semester
Subject Code Contact Hrs Credits Subject Code LTP

4th Semester
Contact Hrs Credit LTP

Theory

Theory

MA201 Mathematics III EC201 CS211 EE201 EE213 EC213

310 310 300

4 4 3 4 3

MA202 EC202 CS210 EE213 EE201 EC213

Mathematics IV DigitalElectronicCircuits OOPSusingC++

310 310 300

4 4 3 4

AnalogueElectronic Circuits DataStructure

NetworkTheoryOR 310 ElectricalMachinesI

ElectricalMachinesIOR 310 NetworkTheory SemiConductorDevices 300 OR ElectricalEnggMaterial OrganisationalBehaviour 300 OR EnggEconomics 21

SemiConductor 300 DevicesOR ElectricalEngg Materials EnggEconomicsOR 300 Organisational Behaviour


Sessionals

PH201 HS201 HS203

PH201 3 HS203 HS201 21


LTP

Subject Code

21
C Subject Code Sessionals

21
C

LTP

CS271 EE271 EE273 EC271

DataStructureLab NetworkLabOR ElectricalMachines Lab AnalogueElectronics CircuitsLab Total

003 003 003 9 30

2 2 2 6 27

CS272 OOPSLab EE273 ElectricalMachinesLabOR EE271 NetworkLab EC272 DigitalElectronics CircuitsLab

003 003 003 9 Total 30

2 2 2 6 27

21

SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Electrical Engineering
3rd Semester
Code Theory
Contact Credit hrs

4th Semester
Code Theory
Contact Credit hrs.

C
L-T-P L-T-P

MA201 EE201 ME251 EC213 PH201 HS203 HS201 CS211 EC201

Mathematics-III Network Theory Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics Semiconductor Devices Electrical Engg. Materials

3-1-0 OR 3-1-0

4 4

MA202 EE201 ME251

Mathematics-IV Network Theory Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics OR

3-1-0 3-1-0

4 4

OR 3-0-0

EC213 PH201

Semiconductor Devices OR 3-0-0 Electrical Engg. Materials Organizational Behaviours OR 3-0-0 Engineering Economics Electrical Machine-I Digital Electronic Circuits
Total

Organizational Behaviours OR 3-0-0 Engineering Economics Data Structure Analogue Electronics Circuits
Total

HS203 HS201

3-0-0 3-1-0 21
Contact Hrs.

3 4 21
Credit

EE213 EC202

3-1-0 3-1-0 21

4 4 22

Code

Practicals / Sessionals

Code

Practicals / Sessionals

Contact Credit Hrs.

CS271 EE271 ME275 EC271

Data Structure Lab. Network Lab. Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics Lab Analogue Electronics Circuits Lab.
Total

0-0-3 OR 0-0-3

2 2

EC272 EE271 ME275

Digital Electronic Circuits Lab. Network Lab. Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics Lab Electric Machines Lab
Total

0-0-3 OR 0-0-3

2 2

0-0-3 9 30

2 6 27

EE273

0-0-3 9 27

2 6 28

TotalCredits

TotalCredits

22

SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Electrical & Electronics Engineering
3rd Semester
Code Theory Contact Credit hrs. C LTP
3-1-0 4 4

4th Semester
Code MA202 Mathematics-IV EE201 Network Theory OR Theory Contact Credit hrs. C LTP
3-1-0 3-1-0 4 4

MA201 Mathematics-III EE201 Network Theory ME251 Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics EC213 Semiconductor Devices PH201 Electrical Engg. Materials HS203 Organizational Behaviours OR HS201 Engineering Economics CS211 Data Structure EC201 Analogue Electronics Circuits Code Practicals/Sessionals OR OR

3-1-0

ME251 Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics


3-0-0 3

EC213 PH201

Semiconductor Devices Electrical Engg. Materials Organizational Behaviors Engineering Economics Electrical Machine-I Digital Electronic Circuits

OR

3-0-0

3-0-0

HS203 HS201

OR

3-0-0

3-0-0 3-1-0

3 4

EE213 EC202 Code

3-1-0 3-1-0

4 4

21

21

22 Practicals/Sessionals

22

Contact Credit Hrs.


0-0-3 2 2

Contact Credit Hrs.


0-0-3 0-0-3 2 2

CS271 Data Structure Lab. EE271 Network Lab. ME275 Fluid Mechanics & OR

EC272 Digital Electronic Circuits Lab. EE271 Network Lab. ME275 Fluid Mechanics & OR

0-0-3

Thermodynamics Lab
0-0-3 2

Thermodynamics Lab.
0-0-3 2

EC271 Analogue Electronics Circuits Lab. Total

EE273 Electric Machines Lab.

9 30

6 27 Total

6 27

6 28

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SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Instrumentation & Control Engg
3rd Semester
Subject Code Theory Contact Subject Hrs Credits Code LTP

4th Semester
Theory Contact Hrs Credits LTP

MA201 MathematicsIII EE201 EE213 PH201 EC213 CS211 HS203 HS201 EC201 Subject Code

310

4 MA202 MathematicsIV 4 3 3 EE201 EE213 EC213 PH201 CS210

310

4 4 3 3 3 4 21

NetworkTheoryOR 310 ElectricalMachinesI ElectricalEngg. 300 MaterialsOR SemiconductorDevices DataStructure 300

NetworkTheoryOR 310 ElectricalMachinesI SemiconductorDevicesOR 300 ElectricalEngg.Materials OOPSusingC++ 300

Organisational 300 3 BehaviourOR EngineeringEconomics AnalogueElectronic 310 4 Circuits 21 21 Sessionals

HS201 EnggEconomicsOR 300 HS203 OrganisationalBehaviour EC202 DigitalElectronicCircuits Sessionals 310 21

Contact Subject Hrs Credits Code LTP

Contact Hrs Credits LTP

EE271 NetworkLabOR 003 2 EE273 ElectricalMachines CS271 DataStructureLab 003 2 EC271 AnalogueElectronics Lab

EE273 ElectricalMachinesOR 003 2 EE271 NetworkLab CS272 OOPSLab 003 2 EC272 DigitalElectronicsLab Total 003 9 30 2 6 27

003 9 30

2 6 27

Total

24

SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Computer Sc. & Engineering
3rdSemester
Subject Code Contact Hrs L-T-P 310 310 300 310 300 300 21 Contact Hrs L-T-P 003 003 003 9 2 6 Subject Code MA202 EC202 CS210 EE213 EE201 CS212 HS203 HS201

4thSemester
Contact Hrs Credits L-T-P 310 310 300 310 300 300 21 4 4 3 4 3 3 21

Theory

Credits 4 4 3 4 3 3 21

Theory Mathematics IV DigitalElectronicCircuits OOPS UsingC++ ElectricalMachinesOR NetworkTheory PrinciplesofProgramming Language OrganisationalBehaviourOR EngineeringEconomics

MA201 MathematicsIII EC201 CS211 EE201 EE213 EC213 HS201 HS203 Subject Code CS271 EE271 EE273 EC271 AnalogueElectronic Circuits DataStructure NetworkTheoryOR ElectricalMachines SemiConductorDevices EngineeringEconomicsOR OrganisationalBehaviour

Sessionals DataStructureLab NetworkLabOR ElectricalMachinesLab AnalogueElectronicsLab

Credits 2 2

Subject Code CS272 EE273 EE271 EC272

Sessionals OOPSLab ElectricalMachinesLabOR NetworkLab DigitalElectronicsLab

Contact Hrs Credits L-T-P 003 003 003 9 2 2 2 6

Total

30

27

Total

30

27

25

SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Information Technology
3rd Semester
Code Theory
Contact Credit hrs. C L-T-P

4th Semester
Code Theory
Contact Credit hrs. C L-T-P

MA201 EE 201 EE 213 EC 213 HS 203 HS 201 CS 211 EC203

Mathematics-III Network Theory Electrical Machine-I Semiconductor Devices Organisational Behaviours 0R Engineering Economics Data Structure Analogue & Digital Electronics Circuits OR

3-1-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 21

4 4 3 3 3 4 21
Credit

MA202 EE 201 EE 213 CS 202 HS 203 HS 201 CS 210 IT 210

Mathematics-IV Network Theory Electrical Machine-I

3-1-0 OR 3-1-0

4 4 3 3 3 3 20

Principles of Programming 3-0-0 Language Organisational Behaviours OR 3-0-0 Engineering Economics 3-0-0 OOPSusingC++ Computer Systems Organization 3-0-0 21

Code CS 271 EE 271 EE 273 EC 271

Practicals / Sessionals Data Structure Lab. Network Lab. Electrical Machine Lab. Analogue & Digital Electronics Lab. OR

L-T-P

Code CS 272 EE 271 EE 273

Practicals / Sessionals OOPS Lab. Network Lab. Electrical Machine Lab. Computer Systems Organization OR

L-T-P Credit

0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-3 9

2 2 2 6 27

0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-3 9

2 2 2 6 26

IT 270

Total

30

Total

27

26

SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Civil Engineering
3rd semester Subject Code Theory
Contact Credit Subject C hrs. Code L-T-P

4th semester Theory


Contact hrs. L-T-P Credit C

MA201 MathematicsIII CE201 MechanicsofSolidsI CE261 CivilEnggMaterials& Construction CE221 FluidMechanics& Hydraulics CE231 EnvironmentalSc.&Engg HS203 OBOR HS201 Engg.Economics Total Sessional/Practical CE271 FluidMechanics& HydraulicsLab CE273 CivilEngg.Drawing CE275 MaterialsTesting Laboratory Total GRANDTOTAL

310 300 300 300 300 300 19 003 003 003 9 28

4 MA202 MathematicsIV 3 CE242 GeotechnicalEngg.I 3 CE212 StructuralAnalysisI 3 CE202 SurveyingI 3 CE252 TransportationEnggI 3 HS201 Engg.EconomicsOR HS203 OB Total 19 Sessional/Practical 2 CE272 GeotechnicalEnggLab 2 CE274 SurveyFieldWorkI

310 300 300 300 300 300 19 003 003

4 3 3 3 3 3 19 2 2 2 6 25

2 CE276 TransportationEngineeringLab. 003 6 25 Total GRANDTOTAL 9 28

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SikshaOAnusandhanUniversity
Curriculum for B.Tech. Programme Mechanical Engineering 3rdSemester
Code

4th Semester
Contact Hrs. L-T-P Credit C Code

Theory

Theory

Contact Hrs. L-T-P

Credit C

MA-201 HS-203

Mathematics-III Organisational Behaviour OR

310 300

4 3

MA-202 HS-201

Mathematics IV Engineering Economics Organisational Behaviour Fluid Mechanics Manufacturing Process Engineering Machine Dynamics-I Engineering Thermodynamics II Manufacturing Processes Lab. Fluid Mechanics Lab. Materials Testing and Measurement Lab. OR

310 300

4 3

HS-201 CS-211 ME-231

Engineering Economics Data Structure Introduction to Physical Metallurgy Advanced Engg Mechanics Engineering Thermodynamics-I Data Structure Lab. Machine Drawing Applied Mechanics & Materials Testing Lab.

HS-203

300 300

3 3

ME-202 ME-230

300 310

3 4

ME-203 ME-251

310 300 003 003 003

4 3 2 2 2
26

ME-212 ME-252

300 300 003 003 003

3 3 2 2 2 26

CS-271

ME-270

ME-271 ME-273

ME-272 ME-274

Total

Total

28

MA-201
Module - I

MATHEMATICS -III (For All Branches)

3-1-0

Partial Differential Equations: Basic Concepts,Modeling vibrating string, wave equation. Separationofvariables,UseofFourierSeries,DAlembertsSolutionofthewaveequation .Heat Equation: Solution by Fourier series, solution by Fourier Integral and Transforms.Modelling: Membrane, TwoDimensional wave Equation. Rectangular membrane, Use of double Fourier series. Laplacian in Polar coordinates.Circular Membrane,Laplacesequationincylindricalandsphericalcoordinates.Potential.Solution byLaplaceTransformmethod

Module - II
Complex Analysis: Complex Numbers, Complex plane. Polar Form of complex Numbers, power and root, Derivative, Analytic function, CauchyRiemann Equations, Laplaces Equation. Geometry of Analytic Functions, Conformal Mapping, Exponential Function, Trigonometric Functions, Hyperbolic Function, Logarithm, General power. Linear FractionalTransformations. Complex Integration .Line Integral in the Complex plane, Cauchys Intergral theorem.CauchysIntegralformula,DerivativesofAnalyticfunction.

Module - III
Power Series, Taylors Series. Sequences, Series, Convergence Tests. Power series functions given by power series. Taylors Series and Maclaurin series. Laurents series, Zeros and singularities ,point at Infinity, Residue theorem , Evaluation of Integrals, GeneralpropertiesofHarmonicFunctions. TestBooks: 1. AdvancedEngineeringMathematics,byEKreyszig(JohnWiley),8thEdition. ReferenceBooks: 1.AdvanceEngineeringMathematics,byP.V.O.NeilPublisherThomson 2.HigherEngineeringMathematics,byB.S.Grewal 3.AdvanceEngineeringMathematics,byPotter&GoldBerg

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MA-202
Module-I

MATHEMATICS-IV (For All Branches)

3-1-0

NumericalMethods: Finite differences, Newtons forward and back ward interpolation formulae , central difference interpolation. Trapezoidal rule and simpsons 1/3rd rule of integration. Solution of polynomial and transcendental equations bisection method, NewtonRaphsonmethodandRegulafalsimethod. Solution of linear systems : Gauss elimination, matrix inversion, Iteration method , Numericalmethodsforsolvingdifferentialequationsoffirstandsecondorders.

Module-II
ProbabilityandStatistics: Probability: Classical and axiomatic definitions of probability, addition and multiplication rules of probability, conditional probability . Bayestheoremandindependence. Random variables, discrete and continuous distributions , mathematical expectations , momentsandmomentgeneratingfunctions.Binomial,PoissonandNormaldistributions. Joint,marginalandconditionaldistributions,correlation,bivariatenormaldistribution,

Module-III
Sampling distributions: Central limit theorem, distributions of the sampling mean and samplingvarianceforanormaldistribution,Chisquareandtdistributions. Estimation of parameters: Method of moments and method of maximum likelihood. Confidenceintervalsforthemeanandvariationsofnormalpopulations. Testingofhypothesis:Nullandalternativehypothesis,thecriticalandacceptanceregions ,twotypesoferror,powerofthetest,NeymanPearsonfundamentallemma. TestBook: 1. AdvancedEngineeringMathematics,byErwinKreyszig(JohnWiley),8thEdition. 2. Introduction to Probability and Statistics (12th Edition), by Nendenlhall Beaver & BeaverThomsonPublications. ReferenceBooks: 1.AdvanceEngineeringMathematics,byP.V.O.NeilPublisherThomson 2.HigherEngineeringMathematics,byB.S.Grewal 3.AdvanceEngineeringMathematics,byPotter&GoldBerg

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EC 201
Module I
1. 2.

ANALOGUE ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS


(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS)

(3-1-0)
(14 Hours)

3. 4.

DC biasing of BJTs and FETs: Load lines, Operating Point, Fixed bias and Voltagedivider bias. DC bias with voltage feedback. Bias stabilization. Design of bias. Small Signal Modeling of BJT and Analysis; The re transistor model, hybrid model, graphical determination of h-parameters. Low frequency small signal analysis of CE, CC and CB configurations without feedback. (Using both re model and simplified Hybrid model) Small Signal Modeling and Analysis of FETs: Small Signal Model, Analysis of JFET C-S and C-D configurations. Analysis of E-MOSFET and D-MOSFET configuration. System Approach- Effects of Rs and RL: Two-port system, Individual and combined effects of Rs and RL on CE, Emitter follower and C-S networks.

Module-II
5.

(12 Hours)

6. 7. 8.

BJT and JFET Frequency Response: General frequency considerations. Lowfrequency analysis of R-C combination in single stage BJT or FET amplifier- Bode Plot. Lower Cut Off frequency for the system. Low frequency response of BJT and FET amplifiers. Miller Effect Capacitance. High-frequency modeling of BJT and FET. High frequency analysis of BJT and FET amplifiers- Bode plot. Square Wave testing of amplifiers. Compound Configurations: Cascade, Cascade and Darlington connections, Analysis of Differential amplifier circuit. Ideal Operational Amplifiers: Differential and Common mode operation, OP-AMP basic. Equivalent Circuit Analysis of Inverting and Non-inverting OP-AMP circuits. Practical OP-Amps: OP-Amp Specifications, DC offset parameters, frequency parameters, gain-bandwidth curve. Active Filters of first order of low, high and band pass.

Module III
9.

(10 Hours)

10. 11.

Feedback and Oscillator Circuit using BJT: Feedback concept, Type of feedback circuits, Practical feedback circuit, Analysis of only voltage-series feedback type amplifier. Effects of negative feedback, Barkhausen Criterion of Oscillation. Oscillator Operation. R-C phase shift oscillator. Weinbridge Oscillator, Tuned Circuit. Power Amplifiers: Definition of A, B and C types. Conversion efficiency, Distortion analysis, Push-pull configuration, Cross over distortion. Regulated Power Supply Zener diode, transistorized, IC, its design

Text book 1. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, by Robert L. Boylestad and Lowis Nashelsky. 8th Edition Pearson Publication. Selected portions from Chapter 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 17. Reference book 1. Linear ICs, by R.A. Gayakward, PHI Publication

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CS-211
Module I

DATA STRUCTURE
(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS, ME, IT)

(3-0-0)
[12 hours]

Introduction to data structures: storage structure for arrays, sparse matrices, Stacks and Queues: representation and application. Linked lists: Single linked lists, linked list representation of stacks and Queues. Operations on polynomials, double linked list, circular Linked list.

Module II

[12 Hours]

Dynamic storage management-garbage collection and compaction, infix to post fix conversion, postfix expression evaluation. Trees: Tree terminology and Representation, Binary tree, Binary search tree, General tree, AVL Tree, B tree, B+ tree, Tree traversals, operation on Binary tree-expression Manipulation.

Module III

[12 Hours]

Graphs: Graph terminology, Representation of graphs, path matrix, BFS (breadth first search), DFS (depth first search), Topological sorting, Warshalls algorithm (shortest path algorithm.) Sorting and Searching techniques Bubble sort, selection sort, Insertion sort, Quick sort, merge sort, Heap sort, Radix sort. Linear and binary search methods, Hashing techniques and hash functions. Text Book 1. Data Structure- A Pseudo code approach with C, by Gilberg and Forouzan, , Cengage Learning. 2. Data Structures & Algorithms; Concepts, Techniques & Algorithms, by Gav Pai, Tata McGraw Hill. Reference Book 1. Fundamentals of data structure in C, by Horowitz, Sahani & Freed, University Science Press. 2. Data structure in C, by Tanenbaum, PHI publication.

EE201
Module I

NETWORK THEORY
(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS , IT)

(3-1-0)
(14 Hours)

Topological description of networks; Reviews of Mesh analysis, Nodal analysis, Thevenins, Nortorns & Superposition theorem with and without dependent sources, Reciprocity & Millmans theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem. Coupled Circuits: Dot Convention for representing coupled circuits, coefficient of coupling, loop analysis of coupled circuits, Transients: Study of RL, RC and RLC networks by Laplace transform method with DC and AC excitation. Response to step, impulse and ramp inputs in Sdomain.

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Module II

(14 Hours)

Two port networks: Z, Y, h & ABCD parameters. T & networks, Series, parallel and cascade connection of two port networks. Passive networks and symmetrical networks, Image and iterative impedances. Filters: Design of low pass, high pass, band pass and band elimination filters both passive and active. Filters (First order) Fourier series and Fourier transforms: Fourier series representation of non sinusoidal waves. Discrete spectra, rms values of non sinusoidal waves, steady state response of linear circuit to non sinusoidal waves, power in such circuits, Fourier Integral and Fourier transform of Signum and step function. Applications to RL and RC circuits.

Module III

(10 Hours)

Network Functions & Response: Concept of complex frequency, driving point and transfer functions for one port and two port networks, poles and zeroes of network function, restrictions on locations of poles and zeros of a network function. Impulse response and complete response. Time domain behavior from pole zero plot. Network synthesis: Driving Point functions, Hurwitz polynomial, properties of positive real function. Fosters reactance Theorem, Synthesis of LC, RC and RL networks by Cauer I, Cauer II, Foster-I and Foster-II forms. Text Book : 1. Electrical Networks, by Alexander & Sadiku, TMH Publisher 2. Circuit and Networks Analysis and Synthesis, by Sudhakar and Shyammohan S Palli, TMH Publisher 3. A Course in Electrical Circuits and Analysis, by M.L. Soni, J.C. Gupta, Dhanpat Rai Publication 4. Electric Circuits, by DAVID A. BELL 7th Edition, OXFORD Publication. References Books : 1. Network Synthesis, by M.E. Van Valkenberg, PHI Publisher 2. Network Analysis & Synthesis, by C.L.Wadhwa, New Age Publication 3. Network Analysis, by M.E. Van Valkenberg, PHI Publisher 4. Electric Circuit Analysis, by P Ramesh Babu, Scitech Publication

EE 213

ELECTRICAL MACHINE- I
(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS, IT)

(3-1-0)

Total Lecturer - 38 Hours

Module I

(12 Hours)

DC Machines: Construction and types. DC Generator Principle of operation, E.M.F. equations; characteristics; voltage build up of shunt generators, voltage regulation, applications D.C. Motor Principle of operation; back E.M.F.; torque and speed equations; characteristics, speed control of series and shunt motors by flux control and armature control, DC motor starters, industrial applications. Losses and Efficiency of D.C. Machines
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Module II

(14 Hours)

Transformer Single Phase Construction and principle of operation, E.M.F. equations; phasor diagram; actual and approximate equivalent circuits; open and short circuit tests, voltage regulations; losses and efficiency. Single Phase Autotransformers; two-winding transformer connected as Autotransformer. Connection of three single phase Transformers in Y-Y, Y-, -Y,-, V-V, configurations; Synchronous Machines: Construction & types Three phase alternators: Principle of operation, E.M.F. equations; distribution and pitch factors; Synchronous reactance; Phasor diagram under no-load and load condtion; voltage regulation by synchronous impedance method, Synchronization of a generator with infinite bus bar. Three phase Synchronous Motor Principle operation; V-curves; phasor diagram; methods of starting; applications.

Module III

(12 Hours)

Three phase induction Motor construction of slip ring and squirrel cage type induction motors; phasor diagram and equivalent circuit; torque-slip characteristics; maximum torque calculations; open and short circuit tests; losses and efficiency; starting of induction motors; speed control. Principle of induction generator. Single phase induction Motor construction and principle of operation; capacitor start and capacitor run motors, stepper motors. Text Books : 1. Electrical Machine, Drives and Power Systmes, 5th Ed., by Theodore Wildi (Pearson) 2. Electrical Machinery, by SJ Chapman, McGraw-Hill, Publication 3. Electrical Machinery, by I.J. Nagrath and D.P.Kothari, TMH Publication 4. Electric Machinery and Transformer, by BHAG. S. GURU, OXFORD Publication. Reference Books : 5. Principle of Electric Machines, by V.K. Meheta and R. Mehera, S. Chand Publication 6. Electrical Machine, by R.K. Rajput, Laxmi Publication

EC 213
Module I

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS, IT)

(3-0-0)
(13 hours)

Semiconductors in Equilibrium: Equilibrium distribution of electrons and holes, the n0 and p0 equations, Intrinsic carrier concentration: Dopant atoms and energy levels, Ionization energy: the extrinsic semiconductor, the n0 p0 product, Position of Fermi-energy level, variation of EF with doping concentration and temperature

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Carrier Transport Phenomenon in Semiconductor: Carrier drift: mobility, conductivity and velocity saturation, Carrier Diffusion: diffusion current density, total current density, The Einstein relation, Non-uniform doping and space charge layer Non-equilibrium Excess Carrier in Semiconductor: Excess carrier generation and recombination, Characteristics of excess carriers continuity equation and time-dependent diffusion equation, Ambipolar Transport Derivation of equation and applications

Module II

(13 hours)

PN junction and Diode: Basic structure, built-in potential, electric field, space charge width, reverse applied bias space charge width and Electric field, junction capacitance, PN-junction diode: Ideal current-voltage relationship, minority carrier distribution, Ideal PN-junction currents under forward and reverse bias, Small signal model of PN-junction, Equivalent circuits, Recombination current, junction breakdown Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor FET (MOSFET) Capacitor: MOS structure: Energy band diagrams, work function difference, Depletion layer thickness, Flat band voltage, threshold voltage, charge distribution, MOS Capacitance voltage characteristics

Module III

(10 hours)

Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor FET (MOSFET) Transistor: Basic MOSFET transistor operation, current voltage relation, linear and saturation regions, Frequency limitation, small signal equivalent circuit, CMOS technology Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT): Basic Principle of BJT Operation, Simplified current voltage relationship, Modes of operation, Minority carrier distribution, Forward active and other modes of operation, Low frequency common base current gain, Equivalent circuit models Ebers Moll model, Hybrid pi model, Frequency limitation, large signal switching, Non-ideal effects Base width modulation, breakdown voltage Text Books: 1. Semiconductor Physics and Devices, by Donald A. Leaman, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill (selected portions from chapters 2, 4, 5, 7. 8, 10 and 11). 2. Solid State Electronic Devices, by Y Ben G Streetman and Sanjay Banerjee, 5th Edition, Pearson Education. 3. Semiconductor Devices, by M.K. Achuthan and K.N. Bhatt, Tata McGraw Hill (2007).ISBN 0-07-061220-X

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PH 201 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MATERIALS (3-0-0)


(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN) MODULE-I
Classification of Engineering Materials (2 Hours) Introduction, Classification of Engg. Materials, Internal structure, Engineering properties of materials, Selection of materials, Conducting Materials (4 Hours) Review of free election theory of metals, Density of states, Fermi Dirac statistics, Calculation of Fermi energy & its importance, Origin of band gap in solids Semi conducting Materials (6 Hours) Conductivity of insulators, metals & semiconductors in terms of energy bands, Elemental & compound semiconductor and their properties, Carrier concentration in intrinsic semiconductor & Conductivity of intrinsic semiconductor, Carrier concentration in n-type & p-type semiconductor, Variation of Fermi level & carrier concentration with doping and temperature, Hall effect, Experimental arrangement & its Applications.

MODULE-II
Superconductors (4 Hours) Zero resistivity, Critical Magnetic field & critical current density, Meisner effect, Type-I & Type-II superconductors, High Tc-superconductors, Application of superconductors. Elements of BCS theory Dielectric and Insulating Materials (5 Hours) (Microscopic displacement of Atoms & Molecules in external DC. Electric Field, polarization & dielectric constant, Dielectric. Susceptibility), Macroscopic & Microscopic electric Field, Clausius -Mossotti relation, Types of polarization, Temp dependence of dielectric constant, Frequency dependence of dielectric constant, Dielectric. Breakdown, Ferro-electric materials, Piezoelectric, Pyroelectric & Crystals of BaTiO3, Insulating Materials Types and their applications Magnetic Materials (5 Hours) Magnetic Parameters and their relationships, Dia, Para & Ferromagnetic, materials, Origin of magnetization; Atomic magnetic Moment, Theory of magnetism (Dia, Para, Ferro), Hard & soft ferromagnetic material & their applications, Ferrimagnetic materials or ferrites, Anti ferromagnetism.

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MODULE - III
Optical Materials (4 Hours) LASER Principle and Characterizations, Semiconductor Laser Applications. Principle of LCD, Light Emitting Diode, Fiber Optics (3 Hours) Principle of Optical Fiber, Acceptance Angle & numerical aperture Step Index Fiber, Graded Index Fiber. Attenuation in Optical Fiber Advantages of Optical Fiber in communication Applications of Optical Fiber. Introduction to Modern Engineering Materials (4 Hours) Metallic glasses as transformer core Materials, Nano-Phase material, Specially Conducting Polymers & their applications. Reference Book: 1 Electronic Properties of Materials, by Rolf E Hummel, Springer (India) Pvt Ltd, New Delhi 2 Electronic Engineering Materials and Devices, by John Allison, Tata Mc Grow-Hill Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi 3 Electrical Engineering Materials, by A.J. Dekker, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi 4 Material Science, by V. Rajendran & A Marikani, Tata Mc Grow-Hill Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi 5 Material Science, by M.S. Vijay & G. Rangarajan, Tata McGrow-Hill Publishing Company Ltd New Delhi. 6 Material Science and Engineering: An Introduction, by W.D. Callister John Willy & Sons (Asia) Pvt Ltd. Singapore. 7 Introduction To Solid State Physics, by C. Kittel - Wiley Eastern Limited

HS 203

ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (For All Branches)

(3-0-0)

COURSE OBJECTIVE: 1. Understanding the dynamics of individual and interpersonal behavior in organizational setting. 2. Developing students knowledge and competence to deal with human problem of management. 3. Developing students awareness and insight for personal and professional growth.

MODULE-I

(16 hours)

The study of Organizational Behaviour: Learning objective, Definition and Meaning, Benefits of studying OB, OB Model, and New Challenges of OB in the context of Business Globalization. Learning- Nature of Learning, How Learning occurs, Learning and OB. Perception-Meaning and Definition, Perceptual Process, Importance of perception in OB, Attitudes, Values and Ethics, Motivation- Nature and Importance, Herzbergs Two factor theory, Maslows Need Hierarchy Theory, Alderfers ERG Theory, Theory X & Theory Y, Evaluations, Emotional intelligence, Creativity.

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MODULE-II

(16hours)

Foundations of individual Behaviour: Personality-Meaning and definition, Determinants of Personality, Personality Traits, Personality and OB, Johari window, MBTI. Organizational Behaviour Process: CommunicationImportance, Types, Gateways and Barriers to communication, Communication as a tool for improving Interpersonal Effectiveness, Group Dynamics and Team Building, Leadership.

MODULE-III

(8 hours)

Conflict- Nature of Conflict and Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, Problem Solving. Organization Culture- Definition, Functions, Creating and sustaining culture. How employees learn culture, Creating an ethical organizational culture. Organizational Change and Development-Importance of change, Planned Change and OD Techniques. Case Analysis SUGGESTED READING 1. Organizational Behaviour, Quick, by James C & Nelson Debra L. Cengage Learning 2. Organizational Behaviour, by Robbins Stephen, Pearson 3. Organizational Behaviour, by K. Aswathappa, Himalaya Publishing House 4. Organizational Theory and process, by Rao, VSP Konark Publication.

EC 202

DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS


(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS)
(Stress is to be given to design digital circuits using VHDL)

(3-1-0)

Module I

(13 Hours)

Number System and Codes (Review) Binary Numbers base Conversion, Octal and Hexadecimal numbers, Complements, Signed Binary Numbers, Ones and Twos complement arithmetic, Binary Codes- BCD Codes, Gray Code, ASCII Character Code, Codes for serial data transmission and storage, Hamming Code. Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates Axiomatic definition of Boolean algebra. Basic theorems and properties of Boolean algebra, Boolean functions; Canonical and Standard forms; minterms and maxterms terms, Digital Logic Gages, multiple inputs. Gate Level Minimization The Map Method, K Maps (up to 5 variables) SOP and POS and its simplification, Dont care conditions, NAND and NOR implementation. AND-OR invert, OR-AND invert implementation of function, XOR function, Parity generation and checking, Hardware Description Language (HDL).

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Combinational Logic Combination Circuits, Analysis and Design procedure; Binary Adder-Subtractor, decimal Adder, Binary Multiplier, magnitude Comparator, Decoders, Encoders, Multiplexers, HDL for Combinational Circuits. Design of any types of combinational circuit using HDL.

Module II

(13 Hours)

Synchronous Sequential Logic Sequential Circuit, Latches, Flip-flop, Analysis of Clocked sequential Circuits, HDL for Sequential Circuits, State Reduction and Assignment. Design Procedure. Registers and Counters Shift Register, Ripple Counters, Synchronous Counters Asynchronous Counter, Ring Counters, Modulo-N Counters, HDL for Registers and Counters. Memory and Programmable Logic Random Access Memory (RAM), Memory Decoding, Error detection and Correction, Read only Memory Programmable Array Logic, Sequential Programmable Devices, HDL for memory devices.

Module III

(10 Hours)

Register Transfer Levels Register transfer level notion, Register transfer level in HDL, Algorithm, HDL operator, loop synthesis, logic synthesis Digital Integrated Logic Circuits RTL, DTL, TTL, ECL, MOS and CMOS logic families, Switch-level-Modeling with HDL Text Book 1. Digital Design, 3rd edition, by M Morris Mano, Pearson Education, India Ch. 1 to 10- except 9. 2. Digital Fundamentals, by Floyd 8th Edition, , Pearson Education Reference Book 1. Digital Design Principle and Practice, by John F. Wakerly 3rd Edition, Pub. Pearson Education. 2. Engineering Digital Design, by Richard F. Tiuder 2nd Edition, Academic Press

CS-210

Object Oriented Programming Languages (OOPs)


(Only for EI, EC, CS, IT)

(3-0-0)

Module I

(14 Hours)

Introduction to object oriented programming: Programming Paradigm, object oriented concepts (Class, object, encapsulation, aggregation, inheritance, polymorphism). How to write with a C++ program. Data types, expressions, operators, control structures. Functions: definition, parameter, passing, Inline function, function overloading. Classes: data members, function members, static data members, constant members function, array of objects Pointer-to-member, this pointer.

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Module II

(12 Hours)

More about classes: friend function, friend classes, nested classes, local classes, namespaces. Constructors, Types of constructor, Dynamic constructor, destructors, constructors for two-dimensional arrays. Inheritance: Derived classes, member accessibility, forms of inheritance, virtual base classes. Pointers to objects, virtual functions, Abstract class, virtual destructors

Module III

(14 Hours)

Overloading: Operator overloading (binary, unary, String Concatenation, increment, decrement), operator overloading using friend function (Stream operators). Type conversion (Using constructor, Operator function).Streams: hierarchy of stream classes. Unformatted I/O operators, formatted i/o operations manipulators, user defined manipulators, Function template, Class Template, Exception handling, Input/output with files. Introduction to Object Oriented Analysis, Design& Development Text Books: 1. Mastering C++, by K.R Venugopal, Rajkumar, T Ravishankar, TMH 2. Object Oriented Programming with ANSI & Turbo C++, by A.N. Kamthane , Pearson Education . Reference Books: 1. Object Oriented Programming with C++, by E. Balguruswamy, TMH. 2. Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++, by Robert Laffore, Galgotia. 3. Computer Science A Structured Approach Using C++, by Behrouz A.Forouzen & Richard F. Gilberg, Cengage Learning.

ME 202
Module-I
1.

FLUID MECHANICS
(Only for ME)

(3-0-0)
(12 hours)

FLUID PROPERTIES: Definition of Fluid, Fluid as Continuum, Physical properties of fluids, Ideal and Real fluids, Concept of shear stress, Newtonian and Non-Newtonian fluids. FLUID STATICS :Forces on fluid elements, Normal stresses in static fluid, Pressuredensity-height relationships, Pressure measurement, Hydrostatic thrusts on submerged surfaces (plane and curved), Centre of pressure, Buoyancy, Stability of immersed and floating bodies. FLUID KINEMATICS: Velocity Field, Euler and Lagrangian Methods, Steady & unsteady Flows, Uniform & non-uniform Flows, Substantial Derivative and Acceleration (Cartesian and cylindrical coordinates), Streamlines and Stream Tubes, Path Lines and Streak Lines. Translation, Rate of deformation & Rotation, Vorticity, Rotational and Irrotational flows. Continuity equation in differential and integral form, Stream Function.
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2.

3.

Module-II
4.

(14 hours)

FLUID DYNAMICS: Reynolds Transport Theorem and its application in the finite control volume analysis Eulers Equation, Bernoullis Equation derived From Eulers Equation, Applications of equations of motion and mechanical energy: Free and Forced Vortex flows, Fluids in relative equilibrium, Hydraulic siphon, Losses due to geometric changes, Measurement of flow rate through pipes: Venturimeter, Orifice meter, Flow Nozzle, Pitot tube, Flow through orifice & mouth piece. DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS: Dimension, Dimensional Homogeneity, Types of Physical Similarity: Geometrical, Kinematic and Dynamic Similarity, Dimensional analysis: Buckinghams Pi-theorem method.

5.

Module-III
6.

(10 hours)

FLOW THROUGH PIPES (INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOW): Laminar and turbulent flows in pipes, Hydraulic mean radius, Darcy -Weisbach equation, Moody's diagram. Minor losses, Pipes in parallel and series. Transmission of power. Water hammer in pipes. 7. INTRODUCTION TO COMPRESSIBLE FLOW: Thermodynamic processes, continuity equation, work done in an isothermal process and adiabatic process, sonic velocity, Mach number, Mach Line, Mach angle and Mach cone, properties at a stagnation point, flow through a convergent nozzle and De Laval nozzle, Normal and oblique shocks, Fanno and Rayleigh lines. Text Book: 1. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines, by S. K. Som and G. Biswas, Tata McGraw-Hill. Reference Books: 1. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, by Bruce R. Munson, Donald F. Young, Theodore H. Okiishi, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Fluid Mechanics, by Frank M. White, Tata McGraw-Hill

ME251
Module 1
1.

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS-I
(Only for ME)

(3-0-0)
(12 hrs)

Basic Concepts and Definitions: Scope of thermodynamics; Macroscopic & Microscopic approaches; Definition of fixed mass (closed system) and control volume (Open system), Characteristics/Properties (extensive and intensive), Thermodynamic equilibrium, State, process and cyclic process, and their representation on property diagram, point and path functions, exact and inexact differentials, Reversible and irreversible processes, Zeroth law of thermodynamics and temperature, Measurement of temperature & Calibration of thermometers, The ideal gas temperature scale. P-V-T relation of pure substance: Definition of pure substance, Specific volumes of saturated liquid, wet vapour (dryness fraction) and superheated vapour, compressed (sub cooled) liquid; and
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2.

critical state, Introduction to saturated & superheated property tables, specific volume, internal energy, enthalpy and entropy, compressed liquid table. Ideal & real gases and their P-V-T relation, Compressibility chart.

Module II
1. 2. 3.

(16 hrs)

Energy and mass interactions: Work interaction (definition and calculation), Different modes of work (reversible & irreversible), heat and mass interaction. First law of thermodynamics: Energy analysis of closed & open systems undergoing cycles and processes. Second law of thermodynamics: Heat engine and refrigerators. Causes of irreversibilities, Corollaries of 2nd law of thermodynamics and entropy calculations; Entropy data for pure substances, T-s & h-s plot, entropy changes in different process for solids, liquids, ideal gases. Entropy generation, Second law analysis of closed and open system, isentropic efficiencies.

Module III
1.

(8 hrs)

Irreversibility and Availability: Available energy, Reversible work and irreversibility, Availability and second law efficiency, Energy analysis for both closed and open system. 2. Analysis of ideal & real gas mixtures

Text Books: 1.Thermodynamics An Engineering Approach, by Yunus A Cengel, Micheal A Boles, McGraw hill Companies

ME252 ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS- II (3-0-0)


(Only for ME) Module-I (12 Hours)
1. General Thermodynamic property relations: The Maxwell relations, The Clapeyron equation, The TdS relations, Isothermal compressibility and volume expansivity, The Joule-Thomson coefficient. 2. Reciprocating Air Compressor: Introduction & Uses of compressed air, The reciprocating Compressor cycle neglecting and considering clearance volume, Volumetric efficiency and its effect on compressor performance, Limitations of single stage compression, Multistage compression and intercooling, Optimum intercooler pressure, Performance and design calculations of reciprocating compressors.

Module- II

(12 Hours)

3. Vapor Power Cycles: The Carnot vapor cycle and its limitations, The Rankine cycle, Means of increasing the Rankine cycle efficiency, The reheat cycle, The regenerative feed heating cycle, The binary vapor cycle, The gas-vapor coupled cycles, Cogeneration (Back pressure and Pass-out turbines).
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4. Gas Power Cycles: Air standard cycles- Otto, Diesel, Dual Combustion and Brayton cycles, Actual Brayton cycle, The Brayton cycle with regeneration, reheating and intercooling.

Module-III

(12 Hours)

5. Flow through the nozzles: Flow of steam & gas through nozzle, Types of nozzles and their area of application & related calculation, critical pressure & chocked flow, super saturated flow. Effect of friction and nozzle efficiency 6. Air Craft Propulsion: Analysis of propulsion cycles of Turbo Jet, Turbo Prop , Turbo fan & Ram jets. Text Books: 1 Thermodynamics, An Engineering Approach, by Yunus A Cengel, Micheal A Boles, McGraw hill Companies Reference Books: 1. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, by Sonntag, Borgnakke, Van Wylen (John-Wiley & Sons) 2. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, by Moran & Sapiro, (John-Willey & Sons).

HS 201

ENGINEERING ECONOMICS
(COMMON TO ALL BRANCHES)

(3-0-0)

Objective: The objective of this course is to give an exposure to students of Engineering about the concepts and tools relevant for economic/business decision making.

Unit-I

[12 hours]

Engineering Economics Meaning, Nature and Scope of Engineering Economics; Economics Applied to Industrial Demand Demand Function, Law of Demand; Elasticity of Demand, Methods of Measuring Price Elasticity of Demand; The Concept Supply, and Law of supply.

Unit-II

[14 hours]

Economics Applied to Industrial Production and Cost Production Function, Law of Variable Proportion, Laws of Return to Scale; Cost Function, Short run and long-run cost functions; Input-Output Models Open and Closed Models; Break- Even Analysis linear and non-linear analysis.

Unit-III

[10 hours]

Evaluation of Engineering Projects Time Value of Money, NPV, IRR, BCR, PBP methods of evaluating single and alternative projects, Replacement Analysis, Depreciation Analysis.

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Reference Books: 1. Economics, by P. A. Samuelson and W. D. Nordhaus, TMH. 2. A Concise Introduction to Engineering Economics, by P. Cassimatis, Unwin Hyman Publication. 3. Industrial Economics, by D. Hay and Marris, Oxford University Press. 4. Applied Economics, by S. K. Jain, Vikas Publishing House. 5. Economics: Principles and Applications, by Mankiw, Cengage Learning India Pvt. Ltd. 6. Microeconomics: Principles & Policy, by W. J. Baumol, PHI. 7. An Introduction to Mathematical Economics, by Baldani, Cengage Learning India Pvt. Ltd.

CS-212

PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES


(Only for CS, IT)

(3-0-0)

Module I

(14 Hours)

The study of programming languages: A short history of programming languages, what makes a good language, effects of environment on languages. Language design issues: The structure and operation of a computer, virtual computers and binding times, language paradigm. Language translation issues: Programming language syntax, stages in translation, formal translation models.

Module II

(12 Hours)

Data types: Properties of types and objects, elementary data types, structured data types. Abstract data type: Abstract data types, encapsulation by subprograms, type definition, storage management. Advances in language Design: Variations on subprogram control, parallel programming, formal properties of languages, language semantics, Hardware development, software architecture.

Module III

(10 Hours)

Languages Paradigm: Simple procedural languages, block structured procedural languages, object oriented languages, functional languages, logic programming language. Text Book: 1. Programming languages: Design and Implementation, by Terrence W. Pratt & Marvin V. Zelkowitz. Pearson Education, 4th Edition. 2. Programming Languages: Principle and Paradigm, by Allen B Tucker & Robert Noonan, McGraw Hill,2006 Reference Book: 1. Programming Languages: Concept and Construct, by Ravi Sethi, Pearson Education, 1996. 2. Principle of Programming Languages: Design, Evaluation and implementation, by Brace J Maclennan, OXFORD, 1999.

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CE 201
Module-I

MECHANICS OF SOLIDS I (Only for CE)

3-0-0
13 hours

Simple stress & strain: Concept of stress; stress & strain in materials under tension and compression, stress & strain in composite rods, temperature stress in composite rods. Biaxial state of stress & strain: Shear stress and strain, Lateral strains and Poissons ratio, volumetric strain. Principal stress and principal strain, Mohrs circle for stress and strain, Relation between elastic constants, determination of principal stresses from strain measurements, strain rosette.

Module-II

14 hours

Shear force and bending moment for determinate beams and frames: shear force & bending moment diagram, Relation between shear force and bending moment. Theory of simple bending of initially straight beams, Distribution of normal stress and shear stress. Slope and deflection of beams by Macaulays double integration method.

Module-III

13 hours

Thin Cylinders & spheres under internal pressure. Torsion of solid and hollow circular shafts: Torque and power transmitted shafts under combined axial load, bending & torsion. Close coiled helical spring. Buckling of compression members Eulers column formula, Radius of gyration, slenderness ratio, Rankines formula, Secant formula, stresses in eccentrically loaded columns

Reference books: 1) Strength of Materials, by S.P. Timoshenko & D.H. Young - East West Press 2) Introduction to Mechanics of Solids, by Popov 3) Strength of Materials, by G.H. Ryder 4) Strength of Materials, by R. Subhramanian Oxford University Press
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CE 261
Module-I

Civil Engineering Materials and Constructions 3-0-0 (Only for CE)


16 Hours

Stone: Introduction, classification of stone, properties. Brick: Introduction, classification of bricks, qualities of good bricks, tests for bricks. Cement: Introduction, properties, composition, functions of ingredients, harmful constituents, field tests and laboratory tests for cement, uses of cement, types of cement. Aggregates: Introduction, classification (fine and coarse aggregate), properties, grading of aggregates, bulking of sand, fineness modulus of sand. Steel: Reinforcement steel Mortar: Definition, function of sand in mortar, properties of mortar, preparation of mortar, uses of mortar, tests for mortar.

Module-II

18 Hours

Concrete: Definition, properties of concrete, compressive, flexural & tensile strength of concrete, proportioning of concrete, grades of concrete, workability of concrete, yield of concrete, water-cement ratio, materials used in P.C.C & R.C.C, preparation, transportation, placing, compaction and curing of concrete, tests for concrete. Foundations: Introduction, functions of foundations, essential requirements of a good foundation, types of foundations. Stone Masonry: Introduction, types of stone masonry. Brick Masonry: Introduction, bonds in brick work, strength of brick masonry. Plastering: Introduction, types of mortars for plastering, methods of plastering, defects in plastering.

Module-III

14 Hours

Doors and windows: Introduction, types of doors, types of windows. Lintels and arches: Introduction, classification of lintels, loading on lintels, classification of arches, stability of an arch, construction of arches. Roofs: Introduction, types of roofs. Stairs: Introduction, Types of staircase based on materials & use, classification of stairs. Reference Books: 1. Building Materials, by Rangwala 2. Building Construction, by B. C. Punmia 3. Building Material, by S. K. Duggal

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CE 231
Module I

Environmental Science & Engineering


(Only for CE)

3-0-0
12 hrs.

Objectives of water supply and role of engineers Quantity of water: Types of demand, design period, population-forecasting, fluctuations of demand, factors affecting water demand Quality of water: Physical, Chemical and biological characteristics, Water borne diseases Sources of water supply: Surface sources, ground water sources, Yield from various sources, Comparison of sources with respect to quantity and quality. Choice of sources

Module-II

16 hrs.

Intakes and conveyance: Intakes, types of intakes, design principles Pumps for lifting water: Necessity, types, choice of pumps, capacity of pumps Sanitation: Objectives, principles and systems of sanitation Waste water characteristics: Physical, chemical and biological characteristics, B.O.D, C.O.D, T.O.D, Relative stability, Population equivalent Quality & Quantity of sewage: Quality & Quantity of sanitary and storm sewage, relation with water supply, dry weather flow, fluctuations

Module-III

12 hrs.

Air pollution: Introduction, air quality testing, causes of air pollution, prevention and remedial measures. Global environmental issues: Ozone depletion, Acid rains, Global warming Noise pollution: Introduction, Characteristics of sound and its measurement, levels of noise, Noise rating systems, Noise level standards, Sources of noise and their noise levels, Noise abatement and control. Reference Books: 1. Water supply & Sanitary Engineering, by G.S. Birdi 2. Water supply & Sanitary Engineering, by E. W. Steel 3. Water & Waste Water Engineering, by Fair, Geyer & Oken

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CE 242

Geotechnical Engineering I
(Only for CE)

3-0-0

Module-I

15 hours

Introduction: Formation and origin of soils, typical soils as per origin/formation/behavior, soil as three phase system, block diagram, basic terminology and their inter relationship Index properties of cohesionless soil: Particle size distribution by sieve analysis and sedimentation analysis, particle size distribution curve, density index (determination and correlation with soil properties) Index properties of cohesive soil: Atterberg limits and indices (laboratory methods of determination and use), sensitivity, thixotropy, activity. Types of soil structure: Structures for cohesionless soil, structures for cohesive soils, miscellaneous soil structures Soil classification: Classification based on particle size, Textural classification, AASHTO Classification, Unified soil classification, Plasticity chart, Indian Standard soil classification, Field identification of soil Soil water: Free water, held water (Structural water, Adsorbed water, capillary water), Soil suction, Factors affecting soil suction, Shrinkage and swelling of soil, bulking of sand, slaking of clay. Effective stress: pore pressure total stress, effective stress in hydrostatic and hydrodynamic condition, seepage pressure, seepage force, quick sand condition, sand boiling.

Module-II

13 hours

Permeability: Hydraulic head, Darcys law and its validity, relation between seepage velocity and discharge velocity, permeability, factors affecting permeability, determination of coefficient of permeability (laboratory and field methods), permeability of stratified soil deposits, Permeability in inclined direction. Seepage Analysis: Laplace equation for two-dimensional flow, flow net, properties and methods of construction of flow net, application of flow net, seepage through an isotropic and anisotropic soil, seepage through earth dam.

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Soil compaction: Compaction mechanism, factors affecting compaction, effect of compaction on soil properties, density- moisture content relationship in compaction test, standard and modified proctor tests for determination of OMC and MDD, saturation lines of different degrees, field compaction control

Module-III

12 hours

Shear strength of soil: Introduction, shear parameters, types of soils, Mohr-Coulomb failure theory, types of shear tests, determination of shear parameters of soil (direct shear test, triaxial shear test, unconfined compression test, vane shear test). Foundations: Introduction, Types of foundations, Bearing capacity of shallow foundation: terminology, Terzaghis bearing capacity equation, methods of determination of bearing capacity, factors affecting the bearing capacity of soil (water table, shape and size of footing, depth of footing and inclination), settlement of foundation Reference Books: 1. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg., by K.R.Arora 2. Soil Mechanics, by Lambe, T.W. and R.V. Whitman 3. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg., by V.M.S. Murthy 4. Principle Of Soil Mechanics, by B.M. Das

CE 212
Module I

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS I
(Only for CE)

3-0-0

Degree of static and kinematic indeterminacy of beams and frames. Moment area theorem & conjugate beam method: Application for analysis of fixed and continuous beams. Three-moment theorem for analysis of fixed and continuous beams.

Module II
Energy Theorems: Strain energy. Maxwell & Betti Reciprocal relation, Castglianos theorem virtual work principle. Unit load method for slope & deflection in beams and frames. Three hinged & 2-hinged arch.

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Module III
ILD for determinate beams and trusses application to moving loads. Muller-Breslau Principle. Cables, Suspension cable with 3-hinged & 2-hinged stiffening girder. Reference Books: 1. Intermediate Structural Analysis, by C. K. Wang 2. Structural Analysis, A Matrix Approach, by Pandit & Gupta 3. Structural Analysis, by L. S. Negi 4. Basic Structural Analysis, by C. S. Reddy, Tata McGraw Hill 5. Structural Analysis, by Norris, Wilbur & Utuku 6. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis, by H.H. West: John Willey

CE 202
Module I

SURVEYING I
(Only for CE)

3-0-0
14 hours

Linear Measurements and Chain Surveying: Introduction, linear measurements using chains and tapes, determination of correct length of a line, direct and indirect ranging, chaining along a sloping ground, obstacles in chaining and ranging, errors and their eliminations Compass surveying: Introduction, types, use of prismatic compass, temporary adjustments, bearing of line, local attractions, corrections of bearing Plane Table Surveying: Introduction, methods (radiation, intersection, resection and traversing), two point and three point problems, adjustments of closing error in plane table surveying

Module II

13 hours

Leveling: Use of dumpy level and leveling staff, temporary and permanent adjustment of dumpy level, reduction of levels, curvature and refraction errors, sensitiveness of bubble tube, reciprocal leveling, leveling difficulties and common errors, use of auto levels. Contouring: Contour interval and horizontal equivalent, methods of contouring, direct and indirect methods, contour gradient, calculation of areas and volumes by Trapezoidal and Prismoidal method.

Module III

13 hours

Theodolite Survey: Introduction, types, temporary adjustment, measurement of vertical and horizontal angles, theodolite traversing Tacheometric Survey: Introduction, stadia method (fixed hair and movable hair), tangential method, subtense bar, special tacheometres Reference Books: 1. Surveying and Leveling Vol. I, by T. P. Kanitkar 2. Surveying Vol. I, by K. R. Arora 3. Surveying, by Duggal 4. Surveying Vol. I & II, by B. C. Punmia 5. Surveying & Leveling, by R. Subhramanian Oxford University Press

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CE 252
Module-I

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING I
(Only for CE)

3-0-0
(14 hrs.)

Classification of roads, traffic& location survey, principles of selection of alignments, engineering surveys for highway location, principles of highway planning. Geometric elements of roads: Standards for land and carriageway width, camber, gradients, super elevation, sight distance, curve and widening calculation formula, road junctions &different types of arrangements, drawings & reports of highway projects

Module-II

(14 hrs)

Road Materials: Road aggregates and bitumen, their properties and testing, specification for construction of earth, moorum, water bound macadam, bituminous and concrete roads, basic idea about soil-cement, soil-lime and other stabilized roads, road making machine and equipments Road drainage: Surface, subsurface and cross drainage Hill or Ghat roads: Special aspects, principle of design of flexible and rigid pavements by IRC method General aspects of evaluation of road condition and maintenance of different road Traffic Engineering: Traffic field studies & their uses, Traffic control devices, road safety measures.

Module-III

(12 hrs.)

Tunnel Engineering Necessity of tunnels, tunneling versus open cut, different cross sections of tunnels, transfer of surface alignment, use of shafts, heading and enlargements, drilling and blasting, membering and shuttering, shield tunneling, tunneling under water, drainage ventilation of tunnels Docks: Types of Docks, shape and size, caissons for dock entrances, floating docks and their design considerations Harbours: Types of harbours, size and accessibility, tides, wind and wave, dynamic effect of wave action, break waters and their classification, mound construction Reference Book: 1. Highway Engineering, by S. K. Khanna and C.E.G. Justo 2. Highway Engineering, by L. R. Kadiyali 3. Highway Engineering, by H. W. Paul and K. D. Karen 4. Tunnel Engineering, by S. C. Saxena 5. Docks & Harbour Engineering, by M. L. Ojha 6. Docks & Harbour Engineering, by Srinivasan

ME231

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL METALLURGY


(Only for ME)

(3-0-0)

Module I
1.

(12 hours)

Characteristic property of metals, bonding in solids, primary bonds like ionic, covalent and metallic bond, crystal systems, common crystal structure of metals, representations of planes and directions in crystals, atomic packing in crystals, calculation of packing density, imperfections in crystals.
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2.

Concept of plastic deformation of metals, critical resolved shear stress, dislocation theory, deformation by slip and twin, plastic deformation in polycrystalline metals, yield point phenomenon and related effects, concept of cold working, preferred orientation. Annealing: recovery; recrystalization and grain growth; hot working & cold working of metals.

Module II
1. 2. 3.

(12 hours)

Concept of alloy formation, types of alloys, solid solutions, factors governing solid solubility viz. size factor, valency factor, crystal structure factor and chemical affinity factor; order-disorder transformation. Solidification of pure metals, homogenous and heterogeneous nucleation processes, cooling curve, concept of supercooling, microstructures of pure metals, solidification of metal in ingot mould. Binary phase diagrams: (a) Isomorphous system, (b) Eutectic system (c) Peritectic system, (d) Eutectoid system and (e) Peritectoid system. Allotropic transformation. Phase rule & Lever rule and its application, Interpretation of solidification behaviour and microstructure of different alloys belonging to those systems, Effect of non equilibrium cooling, coring and homogenization.

Module III
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(12 hours)

Iron-cementite and iron-graphite phase diagrams, microstructure and properties of different alloys (both steels and cast irons), types of cast iron, their microstructures and typical uses. T-T-T diagram: Concept of heat treatment of steels i.e. annealing, normalizing, hardening and tempering; microstructural effects brought about by these processes and their influences on mechanical properties. Effect of common alloying elements on the equilibrium and T-T-T diagrams, concept of hardenability, factors affecting hardenability. Common alloy steels, stainless steel, tool steel, high speed steel, high strength low alloy steel microalloyed steel, specification of steels & Hardenability Test. Physical metallurgy of common nonferrous alloys: Cu-Zn, Cu-Sn, Cu-Al systems, Microstructures and heat treatment of common alloys of these systems.

Text Books: 1. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy, by S.H. Avner, 2nd edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. 2. Engineering Physical Metallurgy and Heat Treatment, by Y. Lakhtin, Mir Publisher, Moscow. Reference Books: 1. Materials Science and Engineering, by W.D. Callister, Wiley and Sons Inc. 2. Principles of Materials Science and Engineering, by W.F. Smith, McGraw Hill International edition. 3. Materials Science and Engineering, by V. Raghavan, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. 4. Physical Metallurgy, by Robert Reid Hill, TMH.

ME203 ADVANCED ENGINEERING MECHANICS (3-1-0)


(Only for ME) Module I
Kinematics of System of Particles:
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(14 hours)

Review of (x-y), (n-t) & (r-) coordinate system. Generalized Newtons second law, workenergy, impulse-momentum, conservation of energy and momentum. Steady mass flow, variable mass. Plane Kinematics of Rigid bodies: Rotation, absolute motion, relative velocity, instantaneous centre of zero velocity, relative acceleration, motion relative to rotating axes. Plane Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: Force, mass and acceleration, general equation of motion, translation, fixed-axis Rotation, general plane motion, Work & energy relation, work-energy relation, Acceleration from work-energy, virtual work (DAlemberts principle). Impulse-momentum equations.

Module II

(12 hours)

Space curvilinear motion of particles in x-y-z, r--z, r-- coordinates. Relative motion (Translating axes) Three-dimensional Kinematics of rigid bodies: Translation, fixed-axis Rotation, Parallelplane motion, rotation about a fixed point, general motion. Three-dimensional Kinetics of rigid bodies: Angular momentum, Kinetic energy, Momentum and energy equation of motion, Parallel-plane motion.

Module III

(10 hours)

Gyroscopic Action in Machines: Gyroscopic motion; General equations of motion, Eulers equation of motion; Simple precision of a symmetrical rotor; Gyrodynamics; Gyroscopic couple; Gyroscopic Effects; Plane disc and two bladed air screw; Analysis of the force on bearings due to the forced precessing of rotating disc mounted on shafts; Gyroscopic stabilization. Vibrations in Mechanical Systems: Introduction; Basic features of vibratory systems; Single-degree-of-freedom systems: Undamped free vibration, Equivalent inertia and stiffness, Free vibration with viscous damping, Undamped vibration with harmonic excitation, Viscously damped vibration with harmonic excitation. Text Books: 1. Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics, by J.L. Meriam and L.G.Kraige, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2. Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics, by R.W.Soutas-Little, D.J.Inman, D.S.Balint, Computational Edition, CENAGE learning. Reference Books: 3. Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics, by A.P.Boresi, R.J.Schmidt, CENAGE learning 4. Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics, by I.H. Shames, PHI, 2002 5. Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics, by R.C. Hibbeler, Pearson Press. 6. Kinematic Analysis And Synthesis Of Mechanisms, by A. K. Mallick, A Ghosh and G. Dittrich, CRC Press 7. Theory Of Vibration With Applications, by W.T.Thomson, Pearson Education

ME 230
Module I

MANUFACTURING PROCESS ENGG. (3-1-0) (Only for ME)


(12 hrs)

1. Foundry: (a) Types of patterns, pattern materials and pattern allowances.

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(b) Molding Materials-sand molding, metal molding, investment molding, shell molding. (c) Composition of molding sand, silica sand, Zircon sand, binders, additives, Binders clay, binders for CO2 sand, binder for shell moulding, binders for core sand, parting agents. (d) Properties of moulding sand and sand testing. (e) Melting furnaces cupola, oil fined furnace, electric induction and arc furnace., (f) Solidification of castings, design of risers and runners, feeding distance, centre line freezing, resistance use of chills and chaplets. (g) Degasification and inoculation of metals. (h) Casting methods like continuous casting, centrifugal casting Die casting. (i) Casting defects.

Module II

(12 hrs)

1. Welding and cutting: Weldability, Introduction to gas welding, cutting, Arc welding & equipments. TIG (GTAW) & MIG (GMAW) Welding, resistance welding & Thermit welding. Newer Welding methods like plasma Arc, Laser Beam, Electron Beam, Ultrasonic, Explosive & friction Welding, edge preparation in butt welding. Brazing & soldering, welding defects. Destructive and non-destructive testing of casting & welding. 2. Brief introduction to powder metallurgy processes.

Module III

(12 hrs)

3. Plastic deformation of metals: Variables in metal forming and their optimization. Dependence of stress strain diagram on Strain rate and temperature. Hot and cold working of metals, classification of metal forming processes. 4. Rolling: Pressure and Forces in rolling, types of rolling mills, rolling defects. 5. Forging: Smith Forging, Drop and Press forging, M/c forging/Horizontal forging, Forging defects. 6. Extrusions: Direct, Indirect, Impact and Hydrostatic extrusion and their applications, Extrusion of tubes. 7. Brief introduction to sheet metal working: Bending, Forming and Deep drawing, shearing wire drawing. Text Books: 1. Manufacturing Technology, by P.N. Rao, Tata McGraw Hill publication 2. Mechanical Metallurgy, by Dieter, Mc-Graw Hill 3. Processes and Materials of Manufacture, by R.A. Lindberg, Prentice hall. (India) 4. Foundry Technology, by P.L. Jain TMH Reference Books: 1. Fundamentals of Metal Casting Technology, by P.C. Mukherjee, Oxford PIBI.

ME212
MODULE I

MACHINE DYNAMICS I
(Only for ME)

(3-0-0)
(12 Hours)

Mechanisms : Basic Kinematic concepts and definitions, Mechanism, Link, Kinematic Pair, Classification of kinematic pairs, Degrees of freedom, Kinematic chain, Binary
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Ternary and Quaternary joints and links, Degrees of freedom for plane mechanism, Grublers Equation, Inversion of mechanism, Four bar chains and their inversions, Single slider crank chain, Double slider crank chain and their inversion. Kinematic Analysis: Determination of velocity using graphical and analytical techniques, Instantaneous centre method, Relative velocity method, Kennedy theorem, Velocity in four bar mechanism, Slider crank mechanism, Rubbing velocity at a Pin-joint. Acceleration Diagram for a slider crank mechanism, Corilis component of acceleration and its application.

MODULE II

(12 Hours)

Inertia forces in reciprocating Parts : Velocity and acceleration of piston by analytical method, Angular velocity and angular acceleration of connecting rod by analytical method and by graphical metho, Piston effort, force acting along the connecting rod, Crank effort, Turning moment on crank shaft. Dynamics Analysis: Dynamically equivalent system, compound Pendulum, correction couple. Turning moment diagrams for different types of engines, Fluctuation of energy and fluctuation of speed. Friction effects: Friction of a screw and nut, Square threaded screw, V-threaded screw, Pivot and collar friction, friction circle, Friction axis, Friction clutches, Transmission of power by single plate, mutiplate and cone clutches.

MODULE III

(12 Hours)

Brakes and Dynamometers: Classification of brakes, Analysis of simple block, Band and internal expanding shoe brake, Braking of a vehicle. Absorbing and transmission dynamometers, Prony brake, Rope brake, Band brake dynamometer, Belt transmission dynamometer, Torsion dynamometer. Gear Trains: Simple Train, Compound train, Reverted train, Epicyclic train and their applications. Belt, rope and chain drives: Initial tension, Effect of centrifugal tension on power transmission, Maximum power transmission capacity, Belt creep and slip. Text Books: L. A Textbook of Theory of Machines (In S. I. units), by R. K. Bansal, Laxmi Publication Reference Book : The Theory of Machines, by Thomas Bevan.

EC 203

ANALOGUE & DIGITAL ELECTRONIC (Only for IT) CIRCUITS

(3-1-0)

MODULE I

(9 Hours) 1. DC biasing of BJTs and FETs: Load lines, operating point, fixed bias and voltage divider bias. DC bias with voltage feedback. Bias stabilization. Design of bias 2. Small Signal Modeling of BJT and Analysis: The Re Transistor Model, Hybrid Model, Graphical determination of h-parameters. Low Frequency Small Signal Analysis of CE & CC Circuits 3. Small signal modeling and analysis of FETs: Small Signal Model, analysis JFET CS

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MODULE -II

(10 Hours)

4. Ideal Operational Amplifiers: Differential And Common Mode Operation, OPAMP basics, Equivalent circuit Analysis Of Inverting And Non-Inverting Circuits Practical Opamps: Dc Offset Parameters, Frequency Parameters, Gain-Bandwidth Curve. Active filters of first order(Lowpass, Highpass And Bandpass) 5. Feedback and Oscillators circuits using BJTs: feedback concept, types of feedback circuits, practical feedback circuits, effects of negative feedback, Barkhausen criterion of oscillation. Oscillator operation, RC phaseshift oscillator, Weinbridge Oscillator MODULE -III (17 Hours) 6. Number systems and Codes(review). Binary numbers base conversion, octal and hexadecimal numbers, complements, signed binary numbers, 1s complement and 2s complement arithmetic, binary codes- BCD code, Gray code, ASCII character codes, Hamming code 7. Boolean algebra and logic gates. Basic Theorems And Properties Of Boolean Algebra, Boolean Functions; Canonical And Standard Forms; Minterms and Maxterms, Digital Logic Gates. 8. Gate level minimization; K-maps (upto 5 variables); SOP & POS and its simplification; Dont Care Conditions; NAND and NOR implementation of Boolean Functions, Parity Generation and Checking. Hardware Description Language(HDL) 9. Combinational Logic; Combinational circuits, Analysis and Design Procedure, Binary Adder, Subtractor, Multiplier, Decoders, Encoders, Multiplexers, HDL for Combinational Circuits. Design of Combinational Circuits using HDL 10. Synchronous Sequential Logic. Sequential Circuits, Latches, Flip Flops, HDL for Sequential Circuits, Shift Registers, Ripple Counters, Synchronous Counters, Modulo-n Counters, HDL for Registers and Counters Text Books: 1. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, by Robert L. Boylestad and Lowis Nashelsky. Pearson Publication, 8th Edition, Selected portions from Chapter 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 17. 2. Digital Design, by M Morris Mano, Pearson Education, India,3rd edition,, Ch. 1 to 10- except 9. Reference Books: 1. Digital Fundamentals, by Floyd 8th Edition, , Pearson Education

IT - 210 COMPUTER SYSTEM ORGANISATION


(Only for IT) Module-I

(3-1-0)
(14 Hours)

Basic structure of computers: Functional units, operational concepts, bus structure, software, performance, multiprocessor and multicomputer , machine instruction and programs, memory location and addresses, memory operations, instruction and instruction sequencing, addressing modes, assembly languages, basic i/o operations, subroutine, additional instructions.

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Module-II

(13 Hours)

Arithmetic: Addition and subtraction of signed number, design of fast adders, multiplication of positive numbers, signed operand multiplication, fast multiplication, integer division, floating point numbers(IEEE)and operations.

Module -III

(13 Hours)

Virtual memory, memory management requirements, and secondary storage Basic processing units: Fundamental concepts, execution of complete instructions, Multibus organization, hardwired control, Micro programmed control Memory system: Basic concepts, cache memory, and performance consideration. Text Books: 1. Computer Organization and Architecture & Computer Organisation, by V.Carl Hamacher, Zvonko G. Vranesic, Sajwat G. Zaky, : McGrewHill Publication. Reference Books: 1. Computer Organization and Architecture, by J.P. Hayes: Prentice Hall of India Ltd 2. Computer System Architecture, by M. Morris Mano:. 3. Computer Organization and Design, by David A. Patterson, John L. Hennessy:

CE221 FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULICS


(Only for CE) Module-I

(3-0-0)
12 hours

Introduction Scope of Fluid Mechanics Physical Properties of Fluid: density, unit weight, specific weight, specific volume, specific gravity, surface tension, capillarity, viscosity, compressibility, bulk modulus Fluid Classification Fluid Statics Fluid pressure, Pascals law (pressure-density-height relationship), Gauge pressure, vacuum pressure and absolute pressure, Manometers for measurement of fluid pressure Pressure on submerged plane surfaces (horizontal, vertical, inclined), Buoyancy, Archimedes principle, Metacentre and metacentric height, Stability of immersed and floating bodies

Module-II
Kinematics of Flow

15 hours

Description of fluid flow, Classification of fluid flow, Continuity equation, Rotation and circulation, Stream function and velocity potential function, Flownet

Dynamics of Flow
Energy equation, Eulers equation, Bernoullis equation and its application to venturi meter, orifice meter and pitot tube. Impulse momentum equation and its application to flow of fluid in bend of pipe.

Module-III Dimensional and Model Analysis and Hydraulic Similitude

13 hours

Introduction, Dimensional Homogeneity, Geometric similarity, Kinematic similarity and Dynamic similarity Dimensionless numbers: Reynolds number, Froudes number, Eulers number, Webers number, Machs number.

Pipe Flow Introduction, Loss of energy due to friction, Minor energy losses, Hydraulic grade line and energy grade line, Flow through pipes in series, Flow through compound pipes, Equivalent pipe, Flow through parallel pipes, Flow through branched pipe
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Reference Books: 1) Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, by Modi & Seth Standard Book House 2) Theory And Application Of Fluid Mechanics, by K. Subramanya- Tata Mc Graw Hill 3) Fluid Mechanics, by A. K. Mohanty 4) Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, by Shaughnessy. etal.

ME201 FLUID MECHANICS & THERMODYNAMICS (3-1-0) (Onlyfor EE & EN)


Module-I 17 Hours
Concepts of system, surrounding, properties of a system, thermodynamic equilibrium, state, process, quasistatic/quasiequilibrium/reversible and irreversible processes, Temperature and Zeroth law of thermodynamics, Causes of irreversibility, heat and work transfer. Properties of pure substance: specific volume, internal energy, enthalpy, quality, steam tables, P-V and p-T diagram and T-S diagram, gas analysis, Energy analysis (1st law) of closed systems and steady flow open systems, Second law: Kelvin-Planck and Clausius statements; Carnot engine, Inequality of Clausius; Entropy principle, Air standard cycles; Otto, Diesel and Dual cycles. Rankine cycle; Reheat and regenerative cycles; Cogeneration systems.

Module-II

05 Hours

Heat transfer: Fundamental modes of heat transfer, conduction, convection and radiation. Fourier law, problem formulation, boundary conditions, 1-D temperature solution, introduction to forced and natural convection. Heat transfer in transformers, air cooling and oil cooling, cooling of motor windings, cooling of electrical panels (control room).

Module-III

14 Hours

Definition of fluid, fluid as a continuum, physical properties of fluid, viscosity, fluid classification. Forces on fluid elements, normal stress in stationary fluid , Pascals law, pressure variation of incompressible fluid, atmospheric pressure, absolute pressure and vacuum pressure, Barometer, manometer. Hydrostatic thrusts on horizontal and vertical surfaces. Classification of fluid flow, flow rate and continuity equation. Eulers equation along a streamline. Energy equation, Bernoullis equation and its applications. Turbines: Classification, reaction, Impulse, outward flow, inward flow and mixed flow turbines. Physical description and principle of operation of Pelton wheel, Francis & Kaplan turbines, Velocity triangle, efficiency, Governing of Turbine. Pumps: Classification, Centrifugal Pump, Reciprocating Pump, Principles of working. Text books: 1. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines, by S. K. Som and G. Biswas, Tata McGraw-Hill. 2. Thermodynamics, and Engineering Approach, by Yunus A Cengel, Micheal A Boles, McGraw hill Companies. 3. Engineering Thermodynamics, by P. K. Nag, TMH. Reference books: 1. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, by Sonntag, Borgnakke, Van Wylen, (John-Wiley & Sons 2. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, by Bruce R. Munson, Donald F. Young, Theodore H. Okiishi, John Wiley & Sons.
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SESSIONAL 3RD & 4TH SEMESTER


CS-271 DATA STRUCTURE LAB
(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS, ME, IT)
(Minimum 10 experiments to be done) Experiment No.1 Write a C program to perform matrix multiplication using array. Experiment No.2 (a) Write a C program to create a stack using an array and perform (i) push operation (ii) pop operation (b) Write a C program to create a queue and perform i) Push ii) pop iii) Traversal Experiment No. 3 Write a C program that uses Stack operations to perform the following: i) Converting infix expression into postfix expression ii) Evaluating the postfix expression Experiment No. 4 Write a C program that uses functions to perform the following operations on Single linked list: i) Creation ii) Insertion iii) Deletion iv) Traversal in both ways Experiment No. 5 Write a C program that uses functions to perform the following operations on Double linked list: i) Creation ii) Insertion iii) Deletion Experiment No. 6 Write a C program that uses functions to perform the following operations on Binary Tree: i) Creation ii) Insertion iii) Deletion Experiment No. 7 Write C programs that use both recursive and non recursive functions to perform the Linear search operation for a Key value in a given list of integers: i) Linear search Experiment No. 8 Write C program that use both recursive and non recursive functions to perform the Binary search operation for a Key value in a given list of integers: Experiment No.9 Write a C program that implement Bubble Sort method to sort a given list of integers in descending order. Experiment No.10 Write a C program that implement Quick Sort method to sort a given list of integers in ascending order:
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(0-0-3)

EE-273

ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB


(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS, IT)
(Any 10 experiments)

(0-0-3)

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11)

12) 13) 14) 15)

Determination of OC and SC test of A single phase transformer. Parallel operation of two single phase transformers. Back to back test of A single phase transformer. Different types of Transformer connection i.e., Y-Y, Y- , -Y, - connection. External characteristics of a D.C. Shunt Generator. Open circuit and short circuit test of an alternator and hence determine voltage regulation. Synchronizing of an alternator to infinite bus. No load and blocked rotor test of an induction motor. To determine the V curve and inverted V curve of a synchronous motor. Speed Control of a 3 phase induction motor by rheostatic, cascading and pole changing methods. Determination of parameters of a single phase induction motor and study of a) Capacitor start induction motor b) Capacitor start capacitor run induction motor c) Repulsion start induction motor Load Test of DC Series Motor Speed control of DC shunt motor by flux control and armature control. OCC of a separately excited DC generator. Speed control of separately excited DC motor by Ward Leonard method.

EE 271
1)

NETWORK LAB
(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS, IT)
(Any 10 experiments)

(0-0-3)

2)

3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

Verification of Theorems: (i) Thevenins Theorem (ii) Nortons Theorem (iii) Millimans Theorem Verification of Theorems: (i) Superposition Theorem (ii) Reciprocity Theorem (iii) Maximum power transfer theorem Determination of Parameters of a given two port network. (Z,Y parameters). Study of DC Transients of R-L, R-C, R-L-C series circuit. Study of AC Transients of R-L, R-C, R-L-C series circuit. Determination of Frequency Response, attenuation and phase characteristics of Low Pass and High Pass Filters. Determination of Frequency Response, attenuation and phase characteristics of Band Pass and Band Elimination Filters. Study of Transformer as a coupled circuit & determination of its self & mutual inductance. To trace the complex wave resulting from sinusoidal waves of different frequencies.
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10) 11) 12)

To study a single tuned and double tuned coupled circuit and draw gain vs frequency circuit. To study parallel resonance Circuit and determination of Q factor. To find image impedance of a two port network.

EC 271

ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LABORATORY


(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS)

(0-0-3)

Minimum 10 experiments has to be performed 05 experiments should be conducted using Components and 05 experiments should be conducted using Simulation Packages like Multisim List of Experiments 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Design & test of BJT Bias Circuit (Fixed, voltage divider, self). Design and test of BJT Common-emitter Circuit: DC & AC performance, A.C. voltage gain, input impedance and output impedance with bypass and unbypassed emitter resistor. Design and test of BJT Emitter Follower:- DC and AC performance. (Voltage gain, input impedance and output impedance). Design and testing of JFET Bias Circuit. Design and test of JFET common source and common drain amplifiers: DC and AC performance (voltage gain, input impedance, output impedance). Frequency response of common-emitter amplifier. Design and test of series/ shunt feedback amplifier. Determine input and output impedance, AC gain with and without feedback. Op-amp frequency response. Designs of Schmitt trigger using Op-amp. Design and Simulation of High pass/ Low pass active filter. Square wave testing of an amplifier. Design and verification of R-C Phaseshift Oscillator/ Wein Bridge Oscillator using OP-amp. Design and Simulation of R-C Coupled amplifier. Design of class A and class B power amplifier. Design of NAND, NOR inverter using CMOs circuit.

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CS-272

OOPs LAB
(Only for EI, EC, CS, IT)
(Minimum 10 experiments to be done)

(0-0-3)

Experiment No.1 a) Write a program to add two numbers and display the result using function. b) W.A.P to give the user option for converting Fahrenheit to Celsius or Celsius to Fahrenheit. c) W.A.P to copy the contents of one string to another string using pointer. Experiment No.2 a) W.A.P to input name, roll, sex, height & weight of n students and sort them in an ascending order using structure. b) Develop a program to read the emp_code, emp_name, Designation, age and do the following things. 1. Insert new Entry 2. List out all Data 3. Edit Entry 4. Search a Record 5. Delete a Record Experiment No.3 a) W.A.P to perform the Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division of two complex numbers using Structure. b) Write a program to over laod the area() to findout the areas of the following geometric functions. - Circle - Rectangle - Triangle Experiment No.4 a) Create a Class to do the arithmetic operation (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division). b) W.A.P to add two time objects and display the result. Experiment No.5 a) W.A..P to add the information of 10 Students dynamically using Array of Object to Pointer. b) A Program to simulate a Simple Banking System in which initial Balance and rate of interest are read from key board and initialized using constructor to do the following having member function Deposit, Withdraw, Compound, Get Balance, Menu. Experiment No.6 a) W.A.P. to multiply two complex nos. of two classes using friend function. b) W.A.P to declared two base classes Basic_inf (Roll, name, Sex) and academic_inf (course,semester,rank) and derive class financial_inf(amount). The derive class has been declared as an array of class objects. The member functions are used to get and display the information of the array of class objects. Experiment No.7 a) W.A.P to maintain the database of employee. The database divided into a number of classed whose hierarchical relationships are as follows :

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Staff Code Name Teacher Subject Distribution Typist Speed Officer Grade

Regular

Casual Daily Wages

Specify all the classes and define functions to create the database and retrieve individual information. Experiment No.8 a) W.A.P to dynamically call show() of clerk and manager so as to display their name and salary(follow the given hierarchy) Show( )
Employee Manager Clerk

Show( )

show( )

b) W.A.P using operator overloading to performs simple arithmetic operation that has the function add, subtract, multiply and divide.

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Experiment No.9 a) W.A.P to overload the <,>,>=, <= operator value. b) Write a program to perform different string manipulations using overloaded operators. Experiment No.10 a) W.A.P for matrix addition. The matrix addition function should notify if the order of the matrix is invalid using exception. b) Develop a program using function template to perform matrix addition of two given integer matrices, two floating point matrices separately.

EC 272

DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB. (0-0-3)


(Only for EI, EC, EE, EN, CS)

Minimum 10 experiments has to be performed 05 experiments should be conducted using Components & ICs and 05 experiments should be conducted using Simulation Packages like Verilog/VHDL/Multisim List of Experiments 1. Gate level minimization, two level and multilevel implementation. 2. Combinational circuit Design, construct code converter i.e. BCD to Excess-3 and 7 segment display. 3. Designs of a 2 bit parallel adder and use additional circuit to eliminate carry propagation delay. 4. Construction of 3 bit magnitude comparator. 5. Design of multiplexer and demultiplexer and realization of full adder using 4 x 1 MUX. 6. Design of 4-bit priority encoder having Do as the highest priority and D3 as the lowest. 7. Design of all flip flops using J-K flip flop. 8. Investigation of the operation of all type of shift register. 9. Design of asynchronous counter (decade, mod 6). 10. Design of synchronous counter with skipping state. 11. Design and construction of 4-bit multiplier. 12. Investigate the behaviour of RAM unit and Its storage capacity- 16 x 4 RAM, testing, simulating and memory expansion. 13. Clock-pulse generator-design, implementation and test. 14. Design a parallel- adder using half- adder (using VHDL simulation). 15. Using VHDL simulation, design a 5 x 1 MUX using 2 x 1 MUX.

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ME 272
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY


(Only for ME)

(0-0-3)

To find out friction factor of a flow through a pipe Pressure measurement by using different pressure measuring instruments and finding its error. To determine metacentric height of a ship model. To determine Cd, Cv & Cc of an orifice To determine coefficient of discharge (Cd) of a venturimeter. To verify Bernoullis theorem Calibration of rotameter for fluid flow measurement. Pipeline network analysis using electrical analogy. Characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows at low Reynolds number in a smooth pipe To determine the fluid viscosity using Hagen-Poiseuille equation.

CE 271
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Laboratory (0-0-3)


(Only for CE)

To determine the metacentric height of ship model by experimental method To verify Bernoullis Theorem To determine the coefficient of discharge, coefficient of velocity. To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine critical Reynolds number To study the variation of the friction factor f for turbulent flow in smooth and rough commercial pipes To determine coefficients of losses for the different pipe fittings To determine impact of jet in a flow system. To determine the efficiency of centrifugal pump

ME275

Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics


(For EE & EN)
(Any ten experiments)

(0-0-3)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Pressure measurement by using different pressure measuring instruments and finding its error. To determine Cd, Cv & Cc of an orifice To determine coefficient of discharge (Cd) of a venturimeter. To verify Bernoullis theorem Performance characteristics of Pelton turbine. Performance characteristics of Francis turbine.
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7. Performance characteristics of Kaplan turbine. 8. Performance characteristics of Centrifugal pump. 9. Performance characteristics of reciprocating pump. 10. Determination of brake power, brake thermal efficiency, volumetric efficiency, specific fuel consumption of a 2-stroke single cylinder air cooled petrol engine. 11. Measurement of pressure using piezoelectric pressure transducer, bourdon tube pressure gauge, inclined tube manometer. 12. Temperature measurement using Thermocouples, Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD), Thermister, Constant Temperature Bath (Water) and Digital Temperature Indicator.

CE 273

CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING


(Only for CE)

0-0-3

Introduction to Building drawing: Types of building with respect to structural and functional requirements, objective of drawing plan, front elevation, side elevations and sectional elevation Preparation of plan, elevations and section of a two bedroom/ three bedroom residential building & an office building Preparation of drawings of different types of doors and windows generally adopted in a building Preparation of drawings of several types of foundation (R.C.C. and masonry), staircases, masonry arches and lintels Preparation of drawings of important types of roof trusses Preparation of complete drawing of Residential and Nonresidential building Introduction to 3-D Drawings.

CE 275

MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY


(Only for CE)

0-0-3

1. Test of Cement: Fineness, soundness, specific gravity, standard consistency, initial and final setting time 2. Test of Course and Fine Aggregates: Fineness modulus of fines and coarse aggregate, bulking of sand, water absorption test 3. Test of Bricks: Compressive strength, water absorption, Efflorescence, shape and size 4. Test of Cement Mortar: Compressive strength, tensile strength 5. Test of concrete: Slump test, compaction factor test 6. Test of Concrete: Compressive strength of concrete cubes and cylinders, split test of cylinder, flexural strength of concrete. 7. Test for reinforcement steel.

CE 272
1. 2.

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY (Only for CE)

0-0-3

Determination of water content by oven drying method Determination of specific gravity of soil solids by (a) Pycnometer (b) Density bottle
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3.

Determination of grain size distribution of soil (a) Sieve analysis (b) Sedimentation analysis 4. Determination of field density by (b) Core-cutter method (c) Sand replacement method 5. Determination of Atterberg limits and indices of soil (a) Liquid limit (b) Plastic limit (c) Shrinkage limit 6. Determination of compaction characteristics (OMC, MDD etc) from compaction curve and saturation lines by (a) Standard proctor compaction test (b) Modified proctor compaction test 7. Determination of relative density of granular soil by vibratory table method 8. Determination of coefficient of permeability of soil by (a) Constant head permeameter (b) Falling head permeameter 9. Determination of shear strength parameters of soil (a) Direct shear test (b) Tri-axial compression test (c) Unconfined compression test (d) Vane shear test 10. Determination of consolidation characteristics of soil using gang consolidometer 11. Determination of swelling pressure and differential free swell 12. Preparation of a soil report based on tests conducted on a given undisturbed soil sample

CE 274

SURVEY FIELD WORK-I


(Only for CE)

0-0-3

1. Testing of chain before use and measurement of correct length of a line 2. Traversing by chain survey 3. Traversing by chain and compass survey 4. Plane table survey (By Radiation, Intersection resection and Traversing methods) 5. Leveling (Fly Leveling, Leveling along Cross Section & Longitudinal Section of Road/Canal, etc.), contouring 6. Theodolite Survey (Measurement of Horizontal angle &Vertical angle, Traversing& Establishing Coordinates) 7. Tachometric Traverse

CE 276

Transportation Engineering Laboratory


(Only for CE)

0-0-3

1. Determination of flakiness, angularity number & elongation index of coarse aggregate 2. Specific gravity and water absorption test of coarse aggregate 3. Bulk density of coarse aggregate 4. Crushing value of coarse aggregate
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5. Impact value of coarse aggregate 6. Los Angeles Abrasion test of coarse aggregate 7. Soundness test of coarse aggregate 8. Test for stripping value of road aggregate 9. CBR Test of Soil Subgrade 10. Penetration test of bitumen 11. Ductility test of bitumen 12. Softening point test of bitumen 13. Determination of specific gravity of bitumen 14. Viscosity test of bitumen 15. Flash point & fire point test 16. Tests of emulsified bitumen 17. Bituminous mix design by Marshall method 18. Extraction of bitumen from a mix 19. Roughness measurement of existing pavement 20. Measurement of deflection of flexible pavement

ME271

MACHINE DRAWING
(Only for ME)

(0-0-3)

1. Overview of Computer Aided Drafting Software, working with Layering, Dimensioning, Annotations, Sheet formatting. 2. Overview of Ortho- graphic Projections, standard views, sectional views and detail views. 3. Thread profiles: Nomenclature, types: Metric, BSP, BSW, ACME, Buttress and Knuckle thread. Nut & bolt and Fasteners. 4. Solid Modeling of 3D components using sketching and features like extrude, revolve, sweep, loft, fillet etc. Surfacing features. 5. Making assemblies; Gib and cotter joint, plumber block and shaft coupling. 6. Exploded views, 2D drawing and parts list generation. 7. Making a tailstock assembly or equivalent, its 2D drawing and Parts list generation. 8. Making one screw jack assembly or equivalent, its 2D drawing and parts list generation. Free hand sketches of commonly used parts are to be drawn and submitted to the teacher concerned in the sessional class. Reference Books: 1. Machine Drawing, by N D Junnarkar, Pearson Education 2. Design Data Book, by PSG Technology, Coimbatur 3. SolidWorks2009, Manual, DSS.

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ME273 APPLIED MECHANICS AND MATERIALS (0-0-3) TESTING LAB (Only for ME)
The Mechanical behavior of different types of materials. Comparison of the compression of the samples made of various materials: cast iron, cement (brittle); mild steel (ductile), wood (anisotropic), rubber or lead (creep). 2. The main characteristics of the Mechanical behavior of Materials. Uniaxial tension test, processing the force displacement experimental curve into stress-strain ( ~ ) diagram, elastic and non-elastic behavior of the material, proportional limit, yield stress, ultimate stress, elastic constants (Youngs modulus and Poissons ratio). 3. Hardness of the Materials. Different methods of determining hardness (Brinell hardness, Vikers hardness, Rockwell hardness); relation between hardness and ultimate stress; determining hardness of different materials and finding their approximate ultimate stress. 4. Elastic behavior of the materials: torsion. Verification of the basic kinematic assumptions used in the theoretical analysis of the elastic torsion; processing the torque-twist experimental curve into shear stress- shear strain ( ~ ) diagram, calculation of the shear modulus (modulus of rigidity). 5. Elastic behavior of the materials: plane bending. Verification of the basic kinematic assumptions used in the theoretical analysis of the elastic plane bending; verification of the Saint-Venants principle, normal stress distribution, neutral line, geometrical characteristics of the cross-section of the beam; stiffness of the beam 6. Winch crab Determination of mechanical advantage, velocity ratio and efficiency of the single purchase winch crab. 7. Worm and worm wheel. Determination of mechanical advantage, velocity ratio and efficiency of worm and worm wheel. 8. Screw jack. Velocity ratio, mechanical advantage and efficiency of the screw jack apparatus. 9. Gyroscopic effect. Study of the gyroscopic effect and verification of gyroscopic couple with the help of motorized gyroscope. 10. Verification of the parallelogram law of forces and Lamis theorem. 1.

ME270
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES LAB.


(Only for ME)

(0-0-3)

Determination of grain size, clay content, Permeability, Moisture content and green compressive strength of molding sand (at least 3 experiments to be conducted). To Cut MS Plate using Oxyacetylene gas cutting To weld stainless steel pipe using TIG welding To Weld MS plate using MIG welding Brazing and soldering of sheet metal To make complete setup for casting hollow aluminum cylinder.

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ME 274

MATERIALS TESTING AND MEASUREMENT LAB


(Only for ME)

(0-0-3)

Asymmetric bending and thin-walled beams bending. Experimental study of the difference between plane and asymmetric bending; finding the conditions of loading leading to the different types of bending; bending of the Lsection beam; location of the shear center and optimal orientation of the beam (to avoid twist and asymmetric bending), experimental verification of the results. 2. Photo-elastic methods of stress analysis. Compression of the disc, calculation the photo-elastic coefficient; compression of the ring; observation and interpretation of the isoclinic lines and isocromatic lines; finding zero-order isocromatic lines, finding the stress distribution at the internal surface of the ring; bending of the beam with two couples, verification of SaintVenants principle. 3. Fatigue testing. Experimental study of the mechanical behavior of the mild steel under cyclic loading with the different amplitude of the completely reversible stress cycle; analysis of the dependence between the number of load cycles before fracture on the cycle amplitude, constructing the S~N curve; the effect of the surface finish.of the sample on the fatigue strength. 4. Dynamic loading. Experimental study of the difference between static and impact loading, calculation of the theoretical static strength of the samples on the basis of the materials hardness, determining the impact strength in Chappy and Izod tests, notch sensitivity, toughness. 5. Buckling; Buckling and stability; Determination of the critical load; buckling modes for the beams with various types of supports. 6. Temperature measurement by RTD, thermocouple & thermistor modules. 7. Speed measurement apparatus with stroboscope, tachometer, magnetic & photoelectric pick-up. 8. Displacement measurement by LVDT.module. 9. Measurement of force using load cell 10. Calibration of Burdon Tube Pressure Gauge using dead weight calibrator.

1.

EC 273

ANALOGUE & DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB. (Only for IT)


Minimum 05 experiments should be conducted from each group

(0-0-3)

Group A List of Experiments 1. Design & test of BJT Bias Circuit (Fixed, voltage divider, self). 2. Design and test of BJT Common-emitter Circuit: DC & AC performance, A.C. voltage gain, input impedance and output impedance with bypass and unbypassed emitter resistor. 3. Design and testing of JFET Bias Circuit. 4. Design and test of JFET common source and common drain amplifiers: DC and AC performance (voltage gain, input impedance, output impedance).
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5. 6. 7.

Frequency response of common-emitter amplifier. Square wave testing of an amplifier. Design and verification of R-C Phaseshift Oscillator/ Wein Bridge Oscillator using OP-amp.

Group B List of Experiments 1. Gate level minimization, two level and multilevel implementation. 2. Designs of a 2 bit parallel adder and use additional circuit to eliminate carry propagation delay. 3. Design of multiplexer and demultiplexer and realization of full adder using 4 x 1 MUX. 4. Design and construction of 4-bit multiplier. 5. Design of all flip flops using J-K flip flop. 6. Investigation of the operation of all type of shift register. 7. Design of synchronous counter with skipping state.

IT -270

COMPUTER SYSTEMS ORGANISATION LAB


(Only for IT)

(0-0-3)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Simulation of fast multiplication and division algorithm using MATLAB or C program. Using floppy drive trainer kit show the read and write process by the movement of R/W head. Show the above experiment using CD drive trainer kit. Using dot matrix printer trainer kit show the printing of character by giving the ASCII code and strobe pulse. Study of different parts of computer like mother board, SMPS, CD drive ,Floppy drive etc. Assembly of different components of a computer along with study of connectors, ports, chipsets etc. Show the working of a CPU using CPU trainer kit. A study project on some hardware technologies memory, serial bus, parallel bus, USB standard etc.

71

AppliedElectronics&InstrumentationEngg
5th Semester
Subject Code

6th Semester
Contact Credit Hrs C LTP

Theory

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Credit Hrs C LTP

MA301 OptimizationinEnggOR CY301 BioEnvironmentalEngg

300

CY301 BioEnvironmentalEnggOR 300 MA301 OptimizationinEngineering EE321 EC321 PowerElectronicsOR 300 DigitalSignalProcessing

3 3

EC321 DigitalSignalProcessingOR 300 3 EE321 PowerElectronics

IC313 ControlSystemEnggOR EC333 Microprocessors& Microcontrollers IC315 Instrumentation& Measurements EI311 Sensors&Signals
Subject Code

310 300 310 310

4 3 4 4

EC333 IC313 EC316 EL1

300 Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersOR 310 ControlSystemEngg ElectromagneticTheory 310 ElectiveI 300

3 4 4 3

Practicals / Sessional

18/17 18/17
Contact Credit Hrs C LTP

16/17 16/17 Practicals / Sessional


Contact Credit Hrs C LTP

Subject Code

003 EC371 DigitalSignalProcessing LabOR EE371 PowerElectronicsLab IC371 EC373 EI371 Instrumentation & MeasurementLabOR Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersLab Sensor&SignalLab. Total GrandTotal 003 003 9

EE371 PowerElectronicsLabOR 003 EC371 DigitalSignalProcessing Lab EC373 IC371 003 Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersLabOR Instrumentation& MeasurementLab EI372 DigitalCommunication 003 Lab Total 9 GrandTotal

2 2 6

2 2 6

27/26 24/23

22/23 22/23

72

AppliedElectronics&InstrumentationEngg
7th Semester
Subject Code

8th Semester
Contact Hrs LTP Credit C

Theory BioMedicalEngg. VLSIDesign ProcessControl& Instrumentation ElectiveII ElectiveIII Practicals / Sessional VLSILab ProcessControl Seminar MinorProject SummerTraining Total GrandTotal

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Hrs LTP

Credit C

EI401 EC421 IC411 ELII ELIII


Subject Code

310 300 300 300 300 17


Contact Hrs LTP

4 3 3 3 3 16
Credit C

HS402 Principlesof Management EI412 FibreOptic Instrumentation ELIV ElectiveIV ELV ElectiveV

300 310 300 300 13

3 4 3 3 13
Credit C

Subject Code

Practicals / Sessional Seminar MajorProject Comprehensive Viva Voce

Contact Hrs LTP

EC471 IC473 EI491 EI493 EI495


003 003 003 006 15 32

2 2 1 3 2 10 26

EI492 EI494 EI496

003 0010

1 7 2

Total GrandTotal

12 25

10 23

73

AppliedElectronics&InstrumentationEngg
ElectiveI

1. PCBDesign&Electronic Packaging 2. AdvanceControlSystem Engg 3. ComputerSystem Architecture& Organisation 4. CommunicationEngg. 5. ChemistryofEngg.Materials

14. Advancedelectronics circuit 15. ManagementInformation System

two)

ElectiveIV&V(any
VirtualInstrumentation IntelligentInstrument BioInformatics Laser&Radar Instrumentation 5. Nanomaterials&Nano technology 6. VLSIProcessEngineering& TechnologyCAD 7. SoftwareEngineering 8. Internet&Web Technology 9. JAVA 10. CorporateCulture& Communication 11. MobileCommunication 12. EvolutionaryOptimization Techniques 13. Entrepreneurship 14. RenewableEnergySources &Technology 1. 2. 3. 4.

ElectiveII,III(anytwo)
1. AdvancedTransducer Technology 2. OptoElectronics& Photonics 3. Scientific&Analytical Instrumentation 4. DigitalImageProcessing 5. DigitalSpeechProcessing 6. OperatingSystems 7. EmbeddedSystem 8. Simulation&Modelling 9. ComputerCommunication Networks 10. AnalogueVLSI 11. FundamentalsofIT 12. AdaptiveSignalProcessing 13. SoftComputing]

N. B.:- Elective-III & Elective-V both are open Electives

5th Semester Subject Code Theory


Contact Hrs LTP

6th Semester
Credit C

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Credit Hrs LTP C

74

MA301

Optimizationin EnggOR BioEnvironmentalEngg DigitalSignalProcessingOR PowerElectronics ControlSystemEnggOR Microprocessors& Microcontrollers ElectromagneticTheory AnalogueCommunication Techniques

300

CY301 MA301

BioEnvironmentalEnggOR 300 OptimizationinEngg

CY301 EC321 EE321 IC313 EC333 EE311 EC337 Subject Code EC373 IC373 EC375 EE371 EC371

300 310 300 310 310 17

EE321 EC321 EC333 IC313 EC310 ELI

PowerElectronicsOR 300 DigitalSignalProcessing

4 3 4 4 18/17
Credit C

Microprocessors& 300 MicrocontrollersOR 310 ControlSystemEngg DataCommunication Techniques Elective I 310 300 17

3 4 4 3 17/16

Practicals / Sessional
Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersLabOR Instrumentation&Control Lab. AnalogueCommunication Lab PowerElectronicsLabOR DigitalSignalProcessingLab Total GrandTotal

Contact Hrs LTP

Subject Code EC373 IC373

Practicals / Sessional

Contact Credit Hrs LTP C

003 003

Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersLabOR 003 Instrumentation&Control Lab DigitalCommunicationLab. 003 ADigitalSignalProcessing Lab.OR PowerElectronicsLab

EC372 EC371

003 9 27

2 6 24/23

EE371

003 9 27

2 6 23/22

Total GrandTotal

Electronics & Communication Engg

7th Semester

8th Semester

73

Subject Code EC441

Theory
CommunicationSystems

Contact Credit Hrs LTP C

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Credit Hrs LTP C

310

HS402 Principlesof Management EC440 MobileCommunication Engg ELIV ELV ElectiveIV Elective V

300

EC421 EC435 ELII ELIII

VLSIDesign MicrowaveEngg. ElectiveII ElectiveIII

300 310 300 300

3 4 3 3

310 300 300

4 3 3

Subject Code

17 Practicals / Sessional

17
Subject Code EC492

13 Practicals / Sessional
Seminar

13

Contact Credit Hrs LTP C

Contact Credit Hrs LTP C

EC471 VLSILab EC491 Seminar EC493 MinorProject EC495 SummerTraining

003 003 006

2 1 3 2

003 0010

1 7 2

EC494 MajorProject EC496 ComprehensiveViva Voce

Total GrandTotal

12 29

8 25

Total GrandTotal

12 25

10 23

(Electronics & Communication Engg)

List of Elective (Electronics & Communication Engineering)


74

Elective I
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. PCB Design Antenna Engineering Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Electronic Design Relational Database Management Systems Advanced Electronic Circuits Chemistry of Engg. Materials

Elective II, III (Any Two)


1. Information Theory & Coding 2. Opto Electronics & Photonics 3. Biomedical Electronics 4. Digital image Processing 5. Digital Speech Processing 6. Operating Systems 7. Computer Architecture & Organisation 8. Software Engineering 9. Computer Communication Networks 10. Multimedia Communication Engg. 11. Neural Networks & Applications 12. Advanced Control System Engineering 13. Soft Computing 14. Internet Technology & Security 15. Bioinformatics 16. Electronic Instrumentation & Measurements 17. Microwave Communication System 18. Fundamentals of IT 19. Management Information System

Elective IV, V (Any Two)


1. Advanced Communication Systems 2. Advanced Digital Signal Processing 3. Microwave & RF Integrated Circuits 4. Radar System Engineering 5. Advanced Optical Communication Systems 6. VLSI Process Engineering & Technology CAD 7. Telecommunication Switching & Networks 8. Broadband Networks 9. JAVA Programming 10. Adaptive Signal Processing 11. Data Mining 12. Evolutionary Optimisation Techniques 13. Data Communication 14. Phased Array Radar System 15. Selected Topics
N. B.:- Elective-III & Elective-V both are open Electives

5TH Semester

75

6TH Semester

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Credit hrs. C LTP OR 3-0-0 3

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Credit hrs. C LTP OR 3-0-0 3

MA 301 CY 301 EE 321 EC 333

Optimization in Engg

MA 301 CY 301

Optimization in Engg

Bio-Environmental Engg. Power Electronics Microprocessor & Microcontrollers OR 3-0-0 3

Bio-Environmental Engg. Power Electronics Microprocessor & Microcontrollers OR 3-0-0 3

EE 321 EC 333

EC-321 EE333 EI331

Digital Signal Processing Power System Engg Sensors & Transducers

3-0-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 16

3 3 4 16

EC316 IC 313 EE 342

Electromagnetic Theory Control System Engg-I. Electric Drives

3-1-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 17

4 4 3 17

Subject Code EE371 EC371 EI 371 EC373

Practicals/ Sessionals
Power Electronics Lab. OR Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab Sensors & Transducers Lab

Contact Credit Hrs. C 0-0-3 2

Subject Code EE371 EC371 IC 373 EN382

Practicals/ Sessionals
Power Electronics Lab. OR Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab Instrumentation & Control Lab Electronic Design Lab Total

Contact Credit Hrs. C 0-0-3 2

0-0-3

0-0-3

DSP Lab Total

0-0-3 9

2 6

0-0-3 9

2 6

Grand Total

25

22

Grand Total

26

23

(Electrical & Electronics Engineering)

76

(Electrical & Electronics Engineering)


7th Semester
Subject Code EC421 EC433 EC445 EL-I EL-II

8th Semester
Contact hrs. LTP 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 Credit C 3 3 3 3 3 Subject Code HS402 IC 422 EL-III EL-IV

Theory

Theory

Contact hrs. LTP 3-0-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0

Credit C 3 4 3 3

VLSI Design Advanced Electronic circuits Communication Engg Elective I Elective II

Principles of Management Process control & Instrumentation Elective III Elective IV

15
Subject Code EC 471 EC 473 EN 491 EN493 EN495

13
Subject Code EN492 EN494 EN496

Practicals/ Sessionals
VLSI Lab. Communication Engg Lab Seminar Minor Project Summer Training

Contact Hrs. 0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-6 0-0-3

Credit

Practicals/ Sessionals
Seminar Major Project Comprehensive Vivavoce

Contact Hrs. 0-0-3 0-0-10

Credit

2 2 1 3 2

1 7 2

Total GrandTotal

10
25

Total GrandTotal

10 23

77

List of Electives (Electrical & Electronics Engg.)


Elective I 1. Power System Dynamics 2. High Voltage Engineering 3. Power Quality 4. Special Electro Mechanical Devices 5. Power Electronics Applications to Power Systems 6. Traction 7. Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements 8. Advanced Control System Engg. 9. Neural Networks & Applications 10. Relational Database Management Systems 11. Soft Computing 12. Power System Protection 13. Embedded System 14. Real time System 15. Chemistry of Engg. Materials Elective II 1. HVDC Transmission 2. Power System Reliability 3. Non Conventional Energy Sources and Energy Conversion 4. Modelling and Simulation of Machines 5. Switch Mode Power Conversion 6. Solid State Control of Drives 7. System Identification and Adaptive Control 8. Data Communication and Computer Networking 9. Digital Speech Processing 10. Multimedia 11. Soft Computing Elective III(open Elective)* 1. Power system Transients 2. Distribution Automation 3. FACTS 4. Physical Phenomena in Electrical Machines 5. AC Controllers 6. DSP Control of Electric Drives 7. Optimal Control Theory 8. Soft Computing 9. Biomedical Instrumentation 10. Computer System Architecture and Organisation 11. Data Mining 12. Management Information System Elective IV 1. Computer Graphics 2. SCADA 3. Testing and Commissioning of Electrical Machines 4. Industrial Electronics 5. Transportation 6. Industrial Automation and Control 7. Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetic 8. Robotics and Computer Vision 9. Robotics and Automation 10. Digital Image Processing 11. Internet and Web Technology 12. Mobile Computing 13. Selected Topics *Available to other Department

78

Instrumentation&ControlEngg
5th Semester
Subject Code

6th Semester
Contact Credits Subject Hrs C Code LTP

Theory

Theory

Contact Credits Hrs C LTP

MA301 OptimizationinEngg.OR 300 CY301 BioEnvironmentalEngg EC333 EC321 EE321 IC311 IC315 IC323 IC325 Subject Code EC373 EC371 EE371 IC371 IC373 Microprocessors& 300 MicrocontrollersOR DigitalSignalProcessing PowerElectronicsOR 300 Sensors&Transducers Instrumentation& Measurements ControlSystemEngg. ElectronicsInstrumentation 300 310 300

3 3 3 3 4 3 19

CY301 BioEnvironmentalEnggOR 300 MA301 OptimizationinEngg. EC321 EC333 IC311 EE321 EC340 IC324 ELI DigitalSignalProcessingOR 300 Microprocessors& Microcontrollers Sensors&TransducersOR 300 PowerElectronics AdvancedElectronicsCircuits AdvanceControlEngg. ElectiveI 300 310 300

3 3

3 3 4 3 19

Practicals / Sessional

Contact Subject Hrs Credits Code LTP

Practicals / Sessional
DigitalSignalProcessingLab OR Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersLab Sensors&TransducersLab. OR PowerElectronicsLab. InstrumentationDesignLab.

Contact Hrs Credits LTP

003 2 Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersLabOR DigitalSignalProcessingLab PowerElectronicsLab.OR 003 2 Sensors&TransducersLab. Instrumentation&Control SystemLab. Total 003 2 9 6 25

EC371 EC373 IC371 EE371

003

003 003 9

2 6 25

Total

Grand Total

Grand Total

79

Instrumentation&ControlEngg
7th Semester
Subject Code

8th Semester
Contact Hrs Credits LTP

Theory

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Hrs Credits LTP

EC421 VLSIDesign EC442 EmbeddedSystems IC421 VirtualInstrumentation ELII ElectiveII ELIII ElectiveIII FreeElective
Subject Code

300 300 310 300 300 300


Contact Hrs LTP

3 3 4 3 3 3 16
Credits

HS402 PrinciplesofManagement 300 IC422 ProcessDynamics& Control ELIV ElectiveIV ELV Elective V FreeElective 310 300 300 300

3 4 3 3 3 16

Practicals / Sessional

Subject Code

Practicals / Sessional

Contact Hrs Credits LTP

EC471 VLSILab/EmbeddedLab. IC491 Seminar IC493 MinorProject IC495 SummerTraining Total Grand Total

003 003 005

2 1 3 2 8 24

IC492 Seminar IC494 MajorProject IC496 ComprehensiveVivaVoce Total Grand Total

003 0010

1 7 2 10 26

80

ListofElective (Instrumentation&ControlEngg)
Elective I 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
7.

Semiconductor Device Modelling Computer Architecture And Organization Fibre Optics Instrumentation Control System and Components Nano materials and Nano technology Electromagnetic Theory Chemistry of Engg. Materials

Elective II, III (Any Two) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Biomedical Instrumentation Soft Computing Analytical Instrumentation Operating Systems Data Communications Optoelectronics Industrial Automation And Control Digital Image Processing Selected Topics Management Information System

Elective IV, V (Any Two) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Intelligent Control Advanced Sensing Technique Analytical Instrumentation Internet and Web Technology Analogue VLSI VLSI CAD MEMS and Micro System Technology Robots and Computer Controlled Machines Mechatronics Analogue Signal Processing Simulation and Modelling Java and J2E Corporate Governance Entrepreneurship Financial Management Marketing Management Human Resource Management Communication and Computer Networks Software Engineering Internet Security Computer Communications Wireless Communication Neuro and Fauzy Logic

N. B.:- Elective-III & Elective-V both are open Electives

81

(Electrical Engineering)
5TH Semester
Subject Code

6TH Semester
Contact Credit hrs C L-T-P

Theory

Subject Code

Theory

Contact Credit hrs C L-T-P

MA301 CY301 EE321 EC333 IC321 EE313 IC315

Optimization in Engg OR Bio-Environmental Engg. Power Electronics OR Microprocessor & Microcontrollers Control System Engg. Electrical Machine II Instrumentation & Measurement

3-0-0 3-0-0

3 3

MA301 CY301 EE321 EC333 EC 316 E E332 EC321

Optimization in Engg

OR

3-0-0 3-0-0

3 3

3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0

4 3 3

Bio-Environmental Engg. Power Electronics OR Microprocessor & Microcontrollers Electromagnetic Theory Power System EnggI Digital Signal Processing

3-1-0 3-1-0 3-0-0

4 4 3

16
Subject Code
L-T-P Practicals / Sessionals Power Electronics Lab. OR 0-0-3

16
Credit

17
Subject Code

17
Credit

EE371 EC373

EC371

Practicals / Sessionals Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab. OR Power Electronics Lab. DSP Lab.

L-T-P

0-0-3

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab.


EE371

EE373 EE375

Electrical Machine Lab. Electrical Power Apparatus Design Lab. Total Grand Total

0-0-3 0-0-3 9 25

2 2 6 22

EC371

0-0-3

Total Grand Total

6 23

4 21

82

Electrical Engineering
7th Semester
Subject Code

8th Semester
Contact hrs L-T-P Credit C 3 4 Subject Code

Theory

Theory

Contact hrs L-T-P

Credit C 3 4

EE431 EE413

Power System Protection Electric Drives

3-0-0 3-1-0

HS402 EE412

EE435 EL-I EL-II

Power System Engg II Elective I Elective II


Total

3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0

4 3 3

EL-III EL-IV

Principles of Management CAD of Electrical Machines Elective III Elective IV

3-0-0 3-1-0

3-0-0 3-0-0

3 3

17
Contact Credit Hrs. Subject Code

Total Practicals / Sessionals

13
Contact Credit Hrs.

Subject Code

Practicals / Sessionals

EE471 EE491 EE493 EE495

Power System Lab. Seminar Minor Project Summer Training GrandTotal

0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-6 0-0-3

EE492 EE494 EE496

Seminar Major Project Comprehensive Viva-voce GrandTotal

0-0-3 0-0-10

1 3 2

7 2

25

23


83

List of Electives (Electrical Engg.)


Elective I 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Power System Dynamics High Voltage Engineering Power Quality Special Electro Mechanical Devices Power Electronics Applications to Power Systems Traction Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements Advanced Control System Engg. Chemistry of Engg. Materials

Elective II 1. HVDC Transmission 2. Power System Reliability 3. Non Conventional Energy Sources and Energy Conversion 4. Modelling and Simulation of Machines 5. Switch Mode Power Conversion 6. Solid State Control of Drives 7. System Identification and Adaptive Control 8. Data Communication and Computer Networking 9. Fundamentals of IT 10. Communication Engineering Elective III(open Elective)* 1. Power system Transients 2. Distribution Automation 3. FACTS 4. Physical Phenomena in Electrical Machines 5. AC Controllers 6. DSP Control of Electric Drives 7. Optimal Control Theory 8. Soft Computing 9. Biomedical Instrumentation 10. Computer System Architecture and Organisation 11. Management Information System Elective IV 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Load Forecasting and Load Management Illumination Engineering SCADA Testing and Commissioning of Electrical Machines Industrial Electronics Transportation Industrial Automation and Control Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetic Robotics and Computer Vision Power System Planning Power System Optimization Selected Topics in Power Systems Selected Topics in Electrical Machines Selected Topics in Power Electronics Selected Topics in Electric Drives Robotics and Automation Digital Image Processing Selected Topics in Control Systems Operating Systems Internet and Web Technology Mobile Computing

* Available to other departments

84

InformationTechnology)
5th Semester
Subject Code

6th Semester
Contact Credit hrs. C L-T-P Subject Code

Theory Optimization in Engg OR Bio-Environmental Engg Communication Engg Digital Signal Processing Operating Systems Relational Database Discrete Mathematical Structures Practicals / Sessional DSP Lab Database Lab UNIX and Shell Programming Lab. Total Grand Total

Theory

Contact Credit hrs. C L-T-P

MA 301 CY 301 EC 303 EC 321 CS 301 IT 311 MA 303

3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 19

3 3 3 3 4 3 19

MA 301 CY 301 IT 310 IT 312 EC 322 CS 340 EL-I

Optimization in Engg OR 3-0-0 Bio-Environmental Engg Software Engg Computer Graphics & Multimedia Data Communication & Computer Network Design & Analysis of Algorithms Elective-I 3-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 19

3 3 4 4 3 3 20

Subject Code

Contact. Credit Hrs.

Subject Code

EC-371 IT 371 IT 373

0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-3 9 28

2 2 2 6 25

IT 370 IT 372 EL

Practicals / Sessionals Computer Network Lab. Algorithm Analysis & Design Lab. IT Lab Total Grand Total

Contact Credit . Hrs.

0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-3 9 28

2 2 2 6 26

85

InformationTechnology

7th Semester
Subject Code

8th Semester
Contact Credit hrs. C L-T-P Subject Code

Theory

Theory

Contact Credit hrs. C L-T-P

IT 411 IT 413 EL-II EL-III

Internet & Web Technology Cryptography & Security Elective- II Elective III

3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 13

4 3 3 3 13

HS 402 IT 410 EL-IV EL-V

Principles of Management Object Oriented Analysis & Design with UML Elective IV Elective V

3-0-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 13

3 4 3 3 13

Subject Code IT 471

Practicals / Sessional Computer Graphics & Multimedia Lab. Internet & Web Technology Lab Seminar Minor Project Summer training Grand Total

Contact Credit Hrs.

Subject Code IT 492

Practicals / Sessionals Seminar Major Project Comprehensive Viva Voice

Contact Credit Hrs

0-0-3 0-0-3 0-0-2 0-0-6 0-0-2 27

2 2 1 3 10 21

0-0-3 0-0-10

1 7 2

IT 473

IT 494

IT 491 IT 493 IT495

IT 496

Grand Total

26

23


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List of Electives (Information Technology)


Elective-1 1. Programming with JAVA 2. Micro processors & Micro controllers 3. Soft computing 4. Graph Theory & Network Algorithm 5. ChemistryofEngg.Materials Elective- II 1. Theory of Computation 2. System Programming 3. Artificial intelligence 4. Special Topics in IT-1 5. Embedded System 6. E-Commerce & ERP Elective III (open Elective)* 1. Distributed DBMS 2.Data Warehousing & Data Mining 3. The Life-Style Communication for Corporate Readiness 4. Management Information System Elective IV 1. Mobile Computing 2. Computer Architecture 3. Multimedia Technology 4. Special Topics in IT-2 5. Real Time System Elective V (open Elective)* 1. Parallel Computing 2. Distributed Operating System 3. Compiler Design

*Availabletootherdepartments

87

Civil Engineering
5thsemester Subject Code MA301 CE311 CE351 CE313 CE341 CE303
Contact Credit hrs. C LTP

Subject Code

6thsemester
Contact Credit hrs. C LTP

Theory
OptimizationinEngg StructuralanalysisII TransportationEnggII ConcreteStructure DesignI GeotechnicalEnggII G.I.S&RemoteSensing Total
Practicals/ Sessional

Theory

300 310 300 300 310 300 20

3 4 3 3 4 3 20

CE332 WaterandWasteWater Management CE302 SurveyingII CE312 Steel StructureDesign CE322 WaterResourcesEnggI CE324 FluidDynamics& HydraulicMachines ELI ElectiveI Total
Practicals/ Sessional

300 300 300 300 300 300 18

3 3 3 3 3 3 18

CE371 CE373 CE375

Environmental EngineeringLab. Concretestructures DesignPractice TransportationDesign Practice Total GRANDTOTAL

003 003 003 9 29

2 2 2 6 26

CE372 SteelStructureDesign Practice CE374 EnvironmentalEngg DesignPractice CE376 SurveyFieldWorkII Total GRANDTOTAL

003 003 003 9 27

2 2 2 6 24

88

Civil Engineering
7th semester Subject Code CE401 CE411 CE421 CE4EL CE4EL
Theory Contact hrs. L-T-P Credit C

8th semester Subject Code


Theory Contact hrs. L-T-P Credit C

Disaster Management ConcreteStructure WaterResourcesII ElectiveII ElectiveIII Total


Practicals/ Sessional

300 310 300 300 300 16

3 4 3 3 3 16

HS402 PrinciplesofManagement CE462 CE402 CE4EL CE4EL Estimation&Construction Management MechanicsofSolidsII Elective IV ElectiveV Total
Practicals/ Sessional

300 300 300 300 300 12

3 3 3 3 3 12

CE471 CE473 CE491 CE493 CE495

ConcreteStructure DesignII WaterResources Design SeminarI MinorProject SummerTraining Total GrandTotal

003 003 003 006 003 15 31

2 2 1 3 2 10 24

CE492 CE494 CE496

Seminar MajorProject ComprehensiveVivaVoce

003 0010

1 7 2

Total GrandTotal

14 26

10 24

OBOrganizationalBehaviour DepartmentalSubjectCoding:

Specialization
NonSpecified: 0EnvironmentalEngineering 3

StructuralEngineering: WaterResourcesEngineering: ConstructionManagement

1Geotechnicalengineering4 2TransportationEngineering5 6

89

List of Electives Civil Engineering


ElectiveI(CE3EL)(AnyOne) CE326 WaterPowerEngineering MA302FiniteElementMethodsinEngineering CE344 PavementDesign ChemistryofEngg.Materials ElectiveII(CE4EL)(AnyOne) CE413 StructuralDynamics CE441 EnvironmentalGeoTechniques CE423 GroundWaterEngineering ElectiveIII(CE4EL)(AnyOne)(open Elective)* CE415 BridgeEngineering CE425 WaterResourcesPlanningandManagement CE443 AdvancedFoundationEngineering IT4XXMangementInformationSystem ElectiveIV(CE4EL)(AnyOne) CE432 EnvironmentalImpactAssessmentandAuditing CE452 TransportationPlanning&TrafficEngineering CE444 GroundImprovementTechniques ElectiveV(CE4EL)(AnyOne) (open Elective)* CE446 Rockmechanicsandtunnelling CE404 GISandremotesensing CE412 PrestressedConcreteDesign *AvailabletootherDepartments

90

Mechanical Engineering
5th Semester
Subject Code

6th Semester
Contact Hrs. Credit C
3

Theory

Subject Code
CY-301 MA-301

Theory

Contact Credit Hrs. C


OR
3-0-0 3

MA-301 Optimization in Engg. CY-301 ME-301 ME-351 ME-331 ME-313 ME-353

OR

3-0-0

Bio Environmental Engg.

Bio-Environmental Engg. Mechanics of Solids Internal Combustion Engines Metal Removal Processes Design of Machine Elements Theory of Turbo machineries
3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 4 3 3 3 3

Optimization in Engineering
3-0-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3 4 3 3 3

ME-310 Mechanical System Design ME-352 Heat Transfer ME-332 Machine Tools and Tool Design ME-312 Machine Dynamics-II EL-I

Elective-I

Subject Code
ME-371

Practicals / Sessional
Machine Element Design Lab

Contact Hrs.
0-0-3

Credit
2

Subject Code

Practicals / Sessionals

Contact Credit Hrs


0-0-3 2

ME-372 Heat Transfer and Machine

Dynamics lab.
ME-373 ME-375

Machine Shop I.C. Engines & Hydraulic Machines Lab.

0-0-3 0-0-3

2 2

ME-380 Tool Design Project ME-374 Mechanical System Design

0-0-3 0-0-3

2 2

Lab.

Grand Total

25

Grand Total

25

91

Mechanical Engineering
7th Semester
Subject Code
ME-431 ME-451 ME-411

8th Semester
Contact Hrs.
3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0

Theory
Metrology, Quality Control and Reliability Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanical Measurement and Control

Credit
C 3 3 3

Subject Code
HS-402 ME-402 EL-IV

Theory
Principles of Management Power Plant Engineering Elective IV

Contact Hrs.
3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0

Credit
C 3 3 3

EL-II EL-III

Elective II Elective III

3-0-0 3-0-0

3 3

EL-V

Elective V

3-0-0

Subject Code
ME-471 ME-473

Practicals / Sessional
Metrology and CIM Lab Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab

Contact Hrs.
0-0-3 0-0-3

Credit
2 2

Subject Code
ME-492 ME-494

Practicals / Sessional
Seminar-II Major Project

Contact Hrs.
0-0-2 0-0-10

Credit
1 7

ME491 ME493 ME495

Seminar -I Minor Project Summer Training

0-0-2 0-0-6

1 2 2

ME-496

Comprehensive Viva-Voce

Grand Total

24

Grand Total

22

92

List of Elective (Mechanical Engineering)

Elective-I (any one of following)


Automobile Engineering Industrial Engineering Gas Dynamics Finite Element Methods Advanced Mechanics of Solids Advanced Fluid Mechanics Materials Management Chemistry of Engg. Materials Elective II (any one of following) 1. Computational Fluid Dynamics 2. Simulation and Modeling 3. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing 4. Introduction to Nanotechnology 5. Rapid Prototyping 6. Production and Operations Management 7. Laser Application in Manufacturing 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Elective III (any one of following)(Open Elective)*


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Tribiology Robotics & Robot Application Fluid Power and Control Mechanical Vibration Waste Heat Recovery & Energy Utilisation Human Resources Management Non Destructive Evaluation Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems Management Information System (IT-4XX)

Elective IV (any one of following)


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Mechatronics Entrepreneurial Development Renewable Energy Sources Maintenance Engineering Process Heat Transfer Management Information System Marketing Management Technology for Surface Coating.

Elective V (any one of following) )(Open Elective)*


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Composite Materials Solar Energy Engineering Cryogenics Safety Engineering Injection Molding and Mold Design Principle of Microprocessor Soft Computing

*Available to other departments

93

Computer Science & Engineering


5thSemester
Subject Code MA301 CY301 EC321 EC322 IC313 EC333 Contact Hrs L-T-P 300 300 300 Subject Code CY301 MA301 EC322 EC321 EC333 IC321 CS300 CS340 ELI

6thSemester
Contact Hrs L-T-P 300 300 300 300 300 300 18 Subject Code EC373 EC371 CS370 CS372 3 3 3 3 18

Theory
OptimizationinEngg.OR BioEnvironmentalEngg DigitalSignalProcessingOR DataCommunication& ComputerNetworks ControlSystemEngg.OR Microprocessors& Microcontrollers OperatingSystem ComputerOrganization DiscreteMathematical Structure

Credits 3 3 3

Theory
BioEnvironmentalEngg. OR OptimizationinEngg DataCommunication& ComputerNetworksOR DigitalSignalProcessing Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersOR ControlSystem Engineering ComputerArchitecture Design&Analysisof Algorithms Elective I

Credits 3 3

CS301 CS303 MA303 Subject Code

300 300 300 18 Contact Hrs L-T-P 003

3 3 3 18

Practicals / Sessional

Credits 2

Practicals / Sessional

Contact Hrs L-T-P

Credits 2 2 2 6

EC371 DigitalSignalProcessing LabOR EC373 Microprocessors& MicrocontrollersLab IT373 Unix&ShellProgrammingLab CS373 ComputerOrganizationLab Total

003 003 9

2 2 6

Microprocessors& 003 MicrocontrollersLabOR DigitalSignalProcessing Lab ComputerNetworking 003 Lab AlgorithmLab 003 Total 9

Grand Total

27

24

Grand Total

27

24

94

Computer Science & Engineering


7thSemester Contact Hrs LTP
300 300 300 300 300 15

8thSemester Contact Hrs LTP


300 300 300 300 12 12

Subject Code
CS421 CS423 CS411 ELII ELIII

Theory
SoftwareEngineering RelationalDatabase ManagementSystem TheoryofComputation ElectiveII ElectiveIII

Credits C
3 3 3 3 3 15

Subject Code
HS402 CS410 ELIV ELV

Theory
Principlesof Management Compilerconstruction Elective IV Elective V

Credits C
3 3 3 3

Subject Code
CS471 CS491 CS493 CS495

Practicals / Sessional
DatabaseLab Seminar MinorProject SummerTraining Total

Contact Hrs LTP


003 003 006 003 12

Credits
2 1 3 2 8

Subject Code
CS492 CS494 CS496

Practicals / Sessional
Seminar MajorProject ComprehensiveViva Voce Total

Contact Hrs LTP


003 0010

Credits
1 7 2

15

10

Grand Total

27

23

Grand Total

27

22

95

List of Elective Computer Science & Engineering


ElectiveI 1. ManagementInformationSystem 2. SystemProgramming 3. WebTechnology 4. GraphTheory&NetworkAlgorithms 5. ChemistryofEngg.Materials ElectiveII 1. DistributedOperatingSystem 2. Datawarehousing&DataMining 3. EmbeddedSystem 4. Robotics 5. Cryptographyandsecurity ElectiveIII(openelective)* 1. RealTimeSystem 2. DistributedDatabase 3. ArtificialIntelligence 4. GraphicsandMultimedia 5. UnixProgramming&Applications 6. Management Information System ElectiveIV 1. ParallelDistributedSystem 2. MobileComputing 3. DigitalVLSIDesign 4. DigitalImageProcessing 5. ECommerce ElectiveV(openelective)* 1. SimulationModelling 2. ObjectOrientedAnalysisanddesignwithUML 3. SoftComputing 4. AdvancedComputerNetwork

*Availabletootherdepartments

96