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B.Tech Batch 2013

First Year Syllabus

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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY POORNIMA UNIVERSITY B.Tech. First Year (Batch 2013-17) Teaching Scheme for First Semester (I Yr.) Subject Code A. BTX01101 BTX01102 BTX01103 BTX01104 BTX01105/ BTX01106 BTX01107 B. C. D. BTX01208 BTX01209 BTX01210/ BTX01211 BTX01212 BTX01213 BTX01214 E. F. BTX01615 BTX01615.1 BTX01615.2 BTX01615.3/15.4 BTX01615.5

COMMON TO ALL BRANCHES (CE/CIV/EE/EC/ME) Teaching Scheme (Hrs per week) Subject Name Lec (L) Tut (T) Prac (P) Core Subjects(Theory) 2 English -I 4 1 Engineering Physics-I 3 1 Chemistry & Environmental Engineering-I 3 1 Engineering Mathematics-I Engineering Mechanics (CIV/ME) 4 1 Electrical & Electronics Engineering (CS/EE/EC) 2 Fundamentals of Computer Departmental Elective(Theory):ANYONE Open Elective (Theory):ANY ONE Practicals 2 Engineering Physics Lab-1 2 Engineering Chemistry Lab-1 Workshop Practice (CIV/ME) 2 Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab (CS/EE/EC) 2 Practical Geometry 1 2 Fundamentals of Computer 2 Soft Skills-I Project/Seminar Programmes / Activities Discipline and Talent Enrichment Programme (TEP) - I 1 Non Syllabus Project(NSP) 1 Online Eligibility Exam (OLE) 1 Library/Internet 1 Extra Circular Activities 24 5 10 Total 39 Total Teaching Hours

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Credits

1 4.5 3.5 3.5 4.5 2 -

1 1 1 1.5 1 1 2

27.5

POORNIMA UNIVERSITY B.Tech. First Year (Batch 2013-17) Teaching Scheme for Second Semester (I Yr.) COMMON TO ALL BRANCHES (CE/CIV/EE/EC/ME) Teaching Scheme (Hrs per week) Subject Code Subject Name Lec (L) Tut (T) Prac (P) A. Core Subjects (Theory) 2 BTX02101 English-II 4 1 BTX02102 Engineering Physics-II 3 1 BTX02103 Chemistry & Environmental Engineering-II 3 1 BTX02104 Engineering Mathematics-II BTX02105/ Electrical & Electronics Engineering (CIV/ME) 4 1 BTX02106 Engineering Mechanics (CS/EE/EC) 3 BTX02107 Programming in C B. Departmental Elective(Theory): ANY ONE C. Open Elective (Theory): ANY ONE D. Practicals 2 BTX02208 Engineering Physics Lab-II 2 BTX02209 Engineering Chemistry Lab-II BTX02210/ Electrical & Electronics Lab (CIV/ME) 2 BTX02211 Workshop Practice Lab (CS/EE/EC) 2 BTX02212 Machine Drawing 2 BTX02213 Computer Programming Lab 2 BTX02214 Language Lab 1 BTX02215 Life and Career Skills E. Project/Seminar F. Programmes / Activities Discipline and Talent Enrichment Programme BTX02616 (TEP) - II 1 BTX02616.1 Online Eligibility Exam (OLE) 1 BTX02616.2 Extra Circular Activities 23 3 13 Total 39 Total Teaching Hours

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Credits

2 4.5 3.5 3.5 4.5 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.5 2

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Poornima University, Jaipur School of Engineering and Technology First Year Department

DETAILED SYLLABUS for

B.Tech. I Year (FIRST and SECOND Semester)

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FIRST semester CORE Theory Subjects Code: BTX01101 A.

2 Credits [LTP: 2-0-0]

OUTLINE OF THE COURSE

Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

B.

ENGLISH- I

Title of the Unit Grammar and Usage Composition Poems Essays & Short Play Short Stories

Time Required for the Unit (Hours) 5 3 4 5 5

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

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Contents Grammar and Usage Introduction of Unit Parts of speech Tenses Sentences Word format Conclusion of Unit Composition Introduction of Unit Letter writing Application writing Précis writing Conclusion of Unit Poems Introduction of Unit The Solitary Reaper by William Wordsworth God‟s Grandeur by Gerard Manley Hopkins The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost Conclusion of Unit Essays & Short Play Introduction of Unit Of Studies by Francis Bacon On Doing Nothing by G.B. Priestley The Monkey‟s Paw by W.W. Jacobs Conclusion of Unit Short Stories Introduction of Unit The Three Dancing Goats by Anonymous God and the Cobbler by R.K. Narayan My lord, The baby by R.N.Tagore Conclusion of Unit

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C.

RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL

Sr.No Reference Book 1. Technical Communication 2. Effective Technical Communication 3. Learn Correct English: Grammar, Usage and Composition

Author Meenakshi Raman and Sangeetha Sharma M. Ashraf Rizvi Shiv K. Kumar & Hemalatha Nagarajan

4. Grammar of the Modern English Language

Sukhdev Singh & Balbir Singh

5. Communicative English for Engineers and Professionals 6. Communicative grammar and composition

Nitin Bhatnagar and Mamta Bhatnagar Rajesh.K.Lidiya

Edition 2008 2005

Publication Oxford University Press, Tata McGraw-Hill Pearson, New Delhi, India Foundation Books, New Delhi Pearson( New Delhi)

2008

Oxford Univ Press, New Delhi.

Important Web Links 1. http://www.communicationskills.co.in/index.html 2. http://www.hodu.com/default.htm 3. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish 4. http://www.englishlearner.com/tests/test.html 5. http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/idioms-body.htm 6. http://dictionary.cambridge.org 2.

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Code: BTX01102

ENGINEERING PHYSICS- I

4.5 Credits [LTP: 4-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Title of the unit Interference of light Diffraction of light Polarization of light Elements of Material Science Special Theory of Relativity

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 8 9 9 9 9

B. DETAILED SYLLABUS Unit 1.

2.

3.

Unit Details Interference of light Introduction of Unit Types of interference, Coherent sources, Principle of Superposition, characteristics of coherent sources, methods to produce coherent sources with examples. Interference in Thin Films: Interference in Reflected light, Interference in Transmitted light Michelson‟s Interferometers: Principle, Construction, Working and production of circular, straight line and hyperbolic fringes Application: Determination of o The wavelength of a given monochromatic source of light. o The difference between the two neighbouring wavelengths. o The refractive index & thickness of a thin transparent film (sheet). Newton’s Rings: Principle, Construction and working of Newton‟s ring in reflected light, .Newton‟s ring in transmitted light Application:o Determination of wavelength of a monochromatic light. o Determination of refractive index of a liquid. o Conclusion of Unit Diffraction of Light Introduction of Unit: Types of Diffraction and difference between them , Condition for diffraction, difference between interference and diffraction. Single slit diffraction: Quantitative description of maxima and minima with intensity variation, linear and angular width of central maxima. Diffraction Grating: Construction and theory, application and characteristics of plane transmission grating. Resolving Power: Geometrical & spectral, Rayleigh criterion, Resolving power of diffraction grating and telescope. X-Ray diffraction and Bragg‟s Law. Conclusion of Unit Polarization of Light Introduction of Unit: Experimental demonstration of polarization (Mechanical and optical method) Classification of plane, circular and elliptically polarized light on the basis of electric (light) vector, Malus and Brewster‟s Law. Double Refraction: Quantitative description of double refraction (Huygene Theory for explanationmathematical derivation), Nicol Prism, Phase retardation plate (Quarter and half wave plates), working and use of phase retardation plates in production and detection of circularly and elliptically polarized light. Optical Activity: Optical activity and laws of optical rotation, specific rotation and its measurement using half shade and bi-quartz devices.

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Conclusion of Unit 4.

Elements of Material Science Introduction of Unit: Bonding in solids, Covalent bonding and Metallic bonding, Classification of Solids as Insulators, Semi-Conductor and Conductors Semiconductors: Conductivity in Semiconductors, Determination of Energy gap of Semiconductor. Basic concepts of Superconductivity and Meissner Effect Hall Effect: Theory, Hall Coefficients and application to determine the sign of charge carrier, to determine the Concentration of charge carrier, to determine the mobility of charge carriers. Conclusion of Unit Special Theory of Relativity Introduction of Unit: Relativity of size, position, velocity and time. Inertial and non-inertial frames of Reference. Postulates of special theory relativity Galilean and Lorentz Transformations, Length contraction, Mass Variation and Time Dilation. Relativistic Velocity addition and Mass-Energy relation Relativistic Energy and Momentum Twin Paradox. Conclusion of Unit

5.

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL: Sr.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Reference Books Fundamental of Optics Optics A Text Book of optics Concept of Modern Physics Introduction to special Relativity Atomic & Nuclear Physics

7. 8.

Elements of Properties of Matter Solid State Physics

Author Jenkins and While Ajoy Ghatak Brijlal & Subramanium Beiser R.Resnick Brijlal, Subramanyam IV JivanSesham D.S.Mathur S.O.Pillai

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Edition 4th 3rd Latest Latest Latest Latest

Publication Tata McGraw-Hill Tata Mc Graw-Hill S.Chand and co. Ltd Tata McGraw-Hill Johan Willy Singapore S.Chand & Co

Latest Latest

S.Chand & Co. Wiley Eastern Ltd.

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Code: BTX01103

CHEMISTRY & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-I 3.5 Credits LTP: 3-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Title of the unit Fuel: General Aspects Fuel Analyses New Engineering Materials and Lubricants Binding Materials and Industrial Inorganic Compounds Basics of Environment & Social Issues

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 8 6 6 6 7

B. DETAILED SYLLABUS Unit 1.

2

3

Unit Details Fuel: General Aspects Introduction of Unit Classification and general aspects of fuel. Solid fuel: Coal, Types of coal, Carbonization of coal Liquid fuel: Processing of crude petroleum, Cracking, Thermal Cracking and Catalytic Cracking, Synthetic petrol (Coal to Liquid (CTL) Technology): Bergius and Fischer Tropsch process. Knocking, Octane number and Cetane number, Anti-knocking and Anti-knocking agents Gaseous fuel: Advantages of gaseous fuel, Biogas, LPG, CNG Numericals based on combustion and requirement of oxygen/ air in combustion process Conclusion of Unit Fuel Analyses Introduction of Unit Analysis of Coal: Ultimate and Proximate analysis of coal Calorific Value: Definition, Higher calorific value, Lower calorific value, Determination of higher & lower calorific value by Bomb Calorimeter, Determination of higher & lower calorific value by Junker‟s Calorimeter Calculations of calorific value based on Dulong‟s formula Fuel gas analysis by Orsat‟s apparatus and its significance Numericals based on Bomb & Junker‟s calorimeter Conclusion of Unit New Engineering Materials and Lubricants Introduction of Unit New Engineering Materials Fullerenes: Introduction, Properties, Preparation and Applications Nano-materials: Introduction, Properties, Preparation and Applications Lubricants Introduction of lubricants, Classification, Properties and Uses of lubricants Mechanism of lubrication, Selection of lubricants Properties of lubricants: Viscosity & Viscosity Index, Flash and Fire Point, Cloud and Pour Point, Carbon Residue, Oiliness, Aniline Point, Steam Emulsification Number, Precipitation Number and Neutralization Number Conclusion of Unit

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4

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Binding Materials and Industrial Inorganic Compounds Introduction of Unit Binding Materials Cement: Composition and Significance of cement Manufacturing of Portland cement by Rotary Kiln Technology Chemistry of setting and hardening of cement and role of gypsum Industrial Inorganic Compounds Refractories, Classification and its properties Requisites of good refractory and manufacturing of refractory Detailed study of Silica and Fire clay refractory and their uses Conclusion of Unit Basics of Environment & Social Issues Introduction of Unit Basics of Environment The multidisciplinary nature of Environmental studies – Definition, Scope and Importance for Public Awareness Introduction to Environment: Biosphere, Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere Ecosystem: Definition and components (Biotic & Abiotic). Biodiversity: Definition, Importance & Threats to biodiversity Energy Resources: Renewable and Non-renewable energy sources Social Issues Current Environmental Issues: Climate change and Global warming, Acid rain, Ozone Layer Depletion, Eutrophication, Biomagnification, Urbanization, Sustainable Development, Rainwater Harvesting Environmental Impact Assessment Conclusion of Unit

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL: Sr.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Reference Book Engineering Chemistry Engineering Chemistry Engineering Chemistry Engineering Chemistry. Chemistry in Engineering & Tech. Environmental Studies Principles of Environmental Science and Engineering Environmental Science and Engineering

Author O.P. Palnna Sivakumar P.C. Jain S. S. Dara Rajaram Kuriacose R. Rajagopalan P. Venugoplan Rao Meenakshi

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Edition Latest Latest

Publication Tata Mcgraw Hill Tata Mcgraw Hill Dhanpat Rai & Sons S. Chand & Co. Tata Mcgraw Hill Oxford University Press Prentice Hall of India. Prentice Hall India.

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Code: BTX01104 A.

3.5 Credits[LTP: 3-1-0]

OUTLINE OF THE COURSE

Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

B.

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - I

Title of the Unit Matrices Infinite Series Differential Calculus I Differential Calculus II Integral Calculus

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 6 7 5 8 7

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

Unit Details Matrices

3.

Introduction of Unit Rank of a Matrix, Normal form of a Matrix Consistency of systems of linear equations Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors Cayley-Hamilton Theorem (without proof) Diagonalization of Matrix Conclusion of Unit Infinite Series Introduction of Unit Infinite Series – General properties and Convergence Series of positive terms Tests of Convergence (Comparison test, D‟ Alembert‟s ratio test, Raabe‟s test, Root test) Alternating Series- Leibnitz‟s rule Absolute and Conditional Convergence, Convergence of Binomial, Exponential and Logarithmic Series Conclusion of Unit Differential Calculus I

4.

Introduction of Unit Asymptotes (Cartesian coordinates) Curvature(in Cartesian form)- Radius, Centre and Circle of Curvature, Length of Chord of Curvature parallel to the axes Concavity, Convexity and Points of Inflexion Conclusion of Unit Differential Calculus II

5.

Introduction of Unit Partial Derivative, Euler‟s Theorem on Homogeneous Functions Total Derivative Maxima and Minima of functions of two and more independent variables- Lagrange Method of Multipliers Curve Tracing for Cartesian curves, Tracing of standard Polar curves- Cardioids, Limacon, Lemniscates, Cycloid Conclusion of Unit Integral Calculus

2.

Introduction of Unit Surfaces and Volumes of Solids of Revolutions Double integrals, Double integral by changing into polar form, Areas & Volumes by Double Integration

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Change of order of integration Beta and Gamma functions- Elementary properties Conclusion of Unit

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL: Sr.No 1. 2. 3. 4.

Reference Book Higher Engineering Mathematics Higher Engineering Mathematics Engineering Mathematics: A Tutorial Approach Calculus and Analytical Geometry

5. Advanced Engineering Mathematics Important Web Links: 1. http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ 2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Math

Author B S Grewal Ramana, B.V Ravish R Singh and M Bhatt Thomas and Finney,

Edition Latest Latest Latest

Publication Khanna Publications, Delhi, Tata McGraw-Hill. Tata McGraw-Hill

Latest

Erwin Kreyszig

Latest

Narosa Publishing, New Delhi John Wiley and Sons

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Code: BTX01105

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

4.5 Credits [LTP: 4-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B.

Title of the Unit Fundamentals of Mechanics Machine & Moment of Inertia Friction & Belt Drive Dynamics of Particles Work, Power & Impact

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 9 9 8 9 9

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

Unit Details Fundamentals of Mechanics Introduction of Unit Fundamental laws of mechanics, Principle of transmissibility System of forces, Resultant force, Resolution of force Moment and Couples, Varignon‟s Theorem, Resolution of a force into a force and a couple, Free body diagram Equilibrium, Conditions for equilibrium, Lami's theorem. Virtual work: Principle of Virtual Work, Active forces and active force diagram Conclusion of Unit Machine & Moment of Inertia Introduction of Unit Lifting Machines: Mechanical advantage, Velocity Ratio, Efficiency of machine, Ideal machine, Ideal effort and ideal load, Reversibility of machine, Law of machine, Lifting machines Pulleys: System of Pulleys, Simple wheel and axle, Wheel and differential axle, Weston‟s differential pulley block Centroid & Moment of Inertia: Location of centroid and center of gravity, Moment of inertia, Parallel axis and perpendicular axis theorem, Radius of gyration, M.I of composite section, Polar moment of inertia, M.I of solid bodies. Conclusion of Unit Friction & Belt Drive Introduction of Unit Friction: Types of Friction, Laws of friction, Angle of friction, Angle of repose, Ladder, Wedge, Belt Friction Belt Drive: Types of belts, Types of belt drives, Velocity ratio, Effect of slip on Velocity ratio, Length of belt, Ratio of tensions and power transmission by flat belt drives. Conclusion of Unit Dynamics of Particles Introduction of Unit Kinematics of Particles and Rigid Bodies: Velocity, Acceleration, Types of Motion, Equations of Motion, Rectangular components of velocity and acceleration, Angular velocity and Angular acceleration, Radial and transverse velocities and accelerations, Projectiles motion on plane and Inclined Plane, Relative Motion. Kinetics of Particles and Rigid Bodies: Newton's laws, Linear Momentum, Linear Impulse , Equation of motion in rectangular coordinate, radial and transverse components, Equation of motion in plane for a rigid body, D'Alembert principle.

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5.

Conclusion of Unit Work, Power & Impact Introduction of Unit Work, Energy and Power: Work of a force, weight, spring force and couple, Power, Efficiency, Energy, Kinetic energy of rigid body, Principle of work and energy, Conservative and Non-conservative Force, Conservation of energy. Impact: Collision of elastic bodies, types of impact, conservation of momentum, Newton‟s law of collision, coefficient of restitution, loss of kinetic energy during impact. Conclusion of Unit

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL Sr.No Reference Book Author Edition Publication 1. Vector Mechanics for Engineers Beer and Johnston Latest Tata McGraw Hill 2. Engineering Mechanics D S Kumar Latest S K Kataria & Sons 3. Engineering Mechanics Statics Meriam, J. L. & Kraige, L. G Latest John Wiley & Son 4. Engineering Mechanics S. Ramamruthan Latest Dhanpat Rai Pub. 5. Engineering Mechanics Shames Latest Pearson Education Important Web Links 1. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IITDelhi/Mechanics%20Of%20Solids/ index.htm 2. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?subjectId=105106116

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Code: BTX01106

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

4 .5 [LTP :4-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B.

Title of the Unit Basic Concepts of Electrical Engineering Alternating Quantities Energy Conversion and Electrical Machines Basic Electronics Communication Systems

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 9 9 9 8 9

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

Unit Details Basic Concepts of Electrical Engineering Introduction of Unit Basic Concepts: Electric Current, Electromotive Force, Electric Power, Ohm‟s Law, Basic Circuit Components, Faraday‟s Law of Electromagnetic Induction. DC Network Analysis & Theorems: Kirchhoff‟s Laws, Network Sources, Resistive Networks, SeriesParallel Circuits, Star-Delta Transformation, Node Voltage Method, Mesh Current Method, SuperPosition, Thevenin‟s, Norton‟s and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems. Conclusion of Unit Alternating Quantities Introduction of Unit Single Phase AC system: Introduction, Generation of AC Voltages, Root Mean Square and Average Value of Alternating Currents and Voltages, Form Factor, Peak Factor, Power Factor and Quality Factor, Phasor Representation of Alternating Quantities, Single Phase RLC Circuits. Three Phase AC system: Introduction, Merits of Three Phase System, Generation and Waveform. Conclusion of Unit Energy Conversion and Electrical Machines Introduction of Unit Introduction of Energy: Types of Energy, Introduction to Energy Conversion, Sources of Energy (Conventional & Non Conventional), Energy Scenario in India & Rajasthan. Rotating Machines : o DC Machines: Principle of Operation of DC Machine as Motor and Generator, EMF Equation, Applications of DC Machines o AC Machines: Principle of Operation of 3-Phase Induction Motor, 3-Phase Synchronous Motor, 3Phase Synchronous Generator (Alternator), Applications of AC Machines Stationary Machines :Introduction, Construction and Principle of Working of Transformer, EMF Equation, Voltage Transformation Ratio Conclusion of Unit Basic Electronics Introduction of Unit Semiconductor Devices: Conduction in Semiconductors, Conduction Properties of Semiconductor Diodes, Behavior of the PN Junction, PN Junction Diode, Zener Diode, LED, Photovoltaic Cell, Rectifiers, L, C, & L-C filters, BJT, UJT, Transistor as an Amplifier. Digital Electronics: Boolean algebra, Binary System, Logic Gates and Their Truth Tables. Conclusion of Unit

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5.

Communication Systems Introduction of Unit Basics of Communication: Introduction, IEEE Spectrum for Communication Systems, Types of Communication, Amplitude and Frequency Modulation. Basics of Instrumentation: Introduction to Transducers, Thermocouple, RTD, Strain Gauges, Load Cell and Bimetallic Strip, Introduction and Classification of ICs. Conclusion of Unit

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL Sr.No Reference Book 1. Electrical and Electronic Technology 2. Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Author Edward Hughes et al, V. Jagathesan, K. Vinod Kumar & R. Saravan Kumar Van Valkenburge Muthusubrmaniam

3. Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4. Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering by, 5. Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Ravish Singh Important Web Links 1. http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu 2. engineersphere.com/basic-electrical-concepts

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Edition Latest Latest

Publication Pearson Publication Wiley India

Latest Latest

Cengage learning TMH

Latest

TMH

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Code: BTX01107 A.

2 Credit [LTP :2-0-0]

OUTLINE OF THE COURSE

Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B.

FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER

Title of the unit Introduction to Computers Computer Networks Concepts Operating System Concepts Data Representation Computer Software

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 8 4 4 8 4

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

Unit Details Introduction to Computers Introduction of Unit Defining a computer, Utility and Need of Computer, Characteristics of Computer Purpose of Computer, Computer Generations, Computer Hardware Classification of Computers – Personal Computer, Workstation, Servers and Super Computers (On the basis of Speed and Storage Devices)

2.

3.

4.

Introduction to Computer Components–CPU, Input Output Devices Storage Devices-Primary Memory (RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM) and Secondary Storage, Random, Direct, Sequential Access Methods Conclusion of Unit Computer Networks Concepts Introduction of Unit Need, Scope & Benefits Classification Overview: LAN, MAN, WAN, VPN, Peer-to-Peer, Client Server Introduction of Components – NIC, Router, Switch, Hub, Repeater, Bridge, Gateway, Modem Types of Servers – Database, Print, Internet, Mail, Chat Comparison of Internet, Intranets, Extranets. Conclusion of Unit Operating System Concepts Introduction of Unit Introduction of Operating System Architecture of Operating System Introduction to Basic types of Operating System-Multiprogramming, Multiprocessing, Multitasking Time Sharing, Distributed Systems, Real Time Systems Conclusion of Unit Data Representation Introduction of Unit Data Organization-Nibbles, bits, bytes, KB, MB, GB, TB Number System: Concept of Radix and representation of numbers in radix r with special cases of r=2, 8, 10 and 16 with conversion from radix r1 to radix r2. R‟s and (r-1)‟s complement. Representation of Integer in Sign-magnitude, Signed 1‟s and 2‟scomplement. Floating Point Representation, Concept of Bias and Normalization, Representation of Alphabets Binary Codes- Binary Arithmetic, Addition and Subtraction of Integers and Floating Point Numbers. Multiplication of Integers, Gray Code, BCD 8421 and 2421, Excess-3 and Excess-3 Gray Codes

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5.

C.

Conclusion of Unit Computer Software Introduction to Types of Software – o System Software-Operating System, Classification of Computer language – Basic knowledge of High-Level, Assembly and Low Level programming languages, Difference between Assembler, Interpreter and Compiler o General Purpose Software/ Utilities –Word Processor, Spread Sheet, Internet browser o Application Software-Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Decision Support System Fundamentals of Computer Programming- Representing Algorithms through Flow Chart, Pseudo Code, Step by Step, Decision Tables Conclusion of Unit

RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL

Sr.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Reference Book

Author

Edition

Publication

Computer Fundamentals

2004

Bpb Publications

Computer Fundamentals and Programming in C

P. K. Sinha. Reema Thareja

Latest

Oxford

Fundamentals of Computers

V. Rajaraman

Data Communication and Networking

Behrouz A. Forouzan

5th Latest

Phi Tata McGraw Hill

Operating System

Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Albert S.Woodhull

Latest

Pe-Pearsion Education, Asia

Important Web Links 1. http:// www.tutorials4u.com/c/ 2. www.howstuffworks.com/c.htm

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PRACTICALS Code: BTX01208

ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB-I

2 Credits [LTP : 0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

To determine the wave length of monochromatic light with the help of Fresnel‟s Biprism /Michelson‟s Interferometer. To determine the wave length of Sodium light by Newton‟s Ring To determine the specific rotation of Glucose (Sugar) solution using a Polarimeter To determine the wave length of prominent lines of mercury by plane diffraction grating with the help of spectrometer To convert a Galvanometer in to an Ammeter of range 1.5 amp and calibrate it To convert a Galvanometer in to a Voltmeter of range 1.5 volt and calibrate it To study the variation of a semiconductor resistance with temperature and hence determine the Band Gap of the semiconductor in the form of reverse biased P-N junction diode. The production and verification of EPL To verify the expression for the resolving power of Telescope To study the variation of thermo EMF of iron copper thermo couple with temperature. OR to calibrate an ammeter/voltmeter with the help of a potentiometer.

Code: BTX01209

ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB-I

1 Credit[LTP : 0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: ROUTER 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Proximate analysis of solid fuel. To determine the strength of CuSO4 solution with the help of hypo solution. To determine the strength of Ferrous Ammonium sulphate solution with the help of K 2Cr2O7. solution using potassium ferricyanide as external indicator. To determine the strength of Ferrous Ammonium sulphate solution with the help of K2Cr2O7 solution using diphenyl amine as internal indicator. To determine the strength of NaOH and Na2CO3 in a given alkali mixture. To determine the acid value of a given oil. ROUTER 2 To determine the viscosity of a given lubricating oil by Redwood viscometer. To determine the flash and fire point of a given lubricating oil. To determine the cloud and pour point of a given oil. To determine the calorific value of a fuel by Bomb Calorimeter. To determine the amount of nitrate/ fluoride in given water sample by Spectrophotometer. To determine the Saponification No. of a given oil.

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Code: BTX01210

WORKSHOP PRACTICE

1 Credit[ LTP:0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1.

2.

3.

4. 5.

Carpentry Shop Timber, definition, engineering applications, seasoning and preservation Plywood and ply boards Foundry Shop Moulding Sands, constituents and characteristics Pattern, definition, materials types, core prints Role of gate, runner, riser, core and chaplets Causes and remedies of some common casting defects like blow holes, cavities, inclusions Welding Shop Definition of welding, brazing and soldering processes and their applications Oxyacetylene gas welding process, equipment and techniques, types of flames and their applications Manual metal arc welding technique and equipment, AC and DC welding Electrodes: Constituents and functions of electrode coating, welding positions Types of welded joints, common welding defects such as cracks, undercutting, slag inclusion and boring Fitting Shop Files, materials and classification. Smithy Shop Forging, forging principle, materials Operations like drawing, upsetting, bending and forge welding Use of forged parts

List of Jobs to be made in the Workshop Practice 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Carpentry Shop 1. T – Lap joint 2. Bridle joint Foundry Shop 3. Mould of any pattern 4. Casting of any simple pattern Welding Shop 5. MMA welding practice by students 6. Square butt joint by MMA welding 7. Lap joint by MMA welding Machine Shop Practice 8. Job on lathe with one step turning and chamfering operations 9. Job on shaper for finishing two sides of a job 10. Drilling two holes of size 5 and 12 mm diameter on job used / to be used for shaping Fitting and Smithy Shop 11. Finishing of two sides of a square piece by filing 12. Tin smithy for making mechanical joint and soldering of joint

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Code: BTX01211

ELEC & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAB 1 Credit[LTP: 0-1-2]

Electrical Lab 1. Assemble house wiring including earthing for 1-phase energy meter, MCB, ceiling fan, tubelight, three pin socket and a lamp operated from two different positions. Basic functional study of components used in house wiring. 2. Prepare the connection of ceiling fan along with the regulator and vary the speed. 3. Prepare the connection of single phase induction motor through 1-Phase Auto-transformer and vary the speed. 4. Prepare the connection of three phase squirrel cage induction motor through 3-Phase Autotransformer and vary the speed 5. Prepare the connection of Fluorescent Lamp, Sodium Vapour and Halogen Lamp and measure voltage, current and power in the circuit. Electronics Lab 6. Identification, testing and application of Resistors, Inductors, Capacitors, PN-Diode. Zener Diode, LED, LCD, BJT, Photo Diode, Photo Transistor, Analog/Digital Multi- Metres and Function/Signal Generator. 7. Measure the frequency, voltage, current with the help of CRO. 8. Assemble the single phase half wave and full wave bridge rectifier & the analyse effect of L,C and L-C filters in rectifiers. 9. Study the BJT amplifier in common emitter configuration. Measure voltage gain plot gain frequency response and calculate its bandwidth. 10. Verify the truth table of AND, OR, NOT, NOR and NAND gates.

Code: BTX01212

PRACTICAL GEOMETRY

1.5 Credit [LTP: 0-1-2]

(Theory Concepts) 1.

Lines, Lettering and Dimension (Sketch Book) Scales: Representative Factor, plain scales, diagonal scales, (In sheet)

2.

Conic Sections: Construction of ellipse, parabola and hyperbola by different methods( in sheet) Engineering Curves: Construction of Cycloid, Epicycloids, Hypo-cycloid( in sheet)

3.

Type of Projection , Orthographic projection: first angle and third angle projection( in sheet) Projection of Points Projection of Straight lines Projection of planes : Different positions of plane lamina like: regular polygon, circle of three planes( four problems in drawing sheet) Projection of Solids: Projection of right and regular polyhedron , cone (four problem in drawing sheet)

4.

Sections of Solids: Projection of Frustum of a cone and pyramid( in sheet)

5.

Development of Surfaces: Parallel line and radial line method for right solids, Regular Solids ( in sheet) Isometric Projections: Isometric Scale, Isometric axes, Isometric View of geometrical shapes (in sheet)

(Practical Concepts) 6. Introduction

7.

Line(coordinate Methods) Dimension Scale Rectangle Conic Section Construction of ellipse, Parabola & Hyperbola ,Polygon Circle

8. 9.

AutoCAD commands (copy, Mirror, Move, Array, Block, Group, Join, Hatch etc.)

10.

Section of solids: projection of frustum of a cone and pyramid Isometric projections

Type of Projection , Orthographic projection: First Angle and Third Angle projection Projection of Points Projection of Straight lines, different positions of straight lines Projection of planes Projection of Solids: projection of right and regular polyhedron and cone

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Code: BTX01213

FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER LAB

1 Credit[LTP:0-0 -2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: Hardware Concepts 1. Demonstration of CPU Configuration, Formatting Computer System Installing Operating Systems and Basic Software MS – Word 2. Prepare a document about any tourist destination of your choice with appropriate pictures and editing features. 3. Prepare a News Paper Layout. Insert appropriate pictures wherever necessary. Use the following Features: Three Column and Four Column setting Set One or Two Advertisements Use Bullets and Numbering. 4. Create a Document consisting of Bio-data. It includes A table giving your qualification and/or experience of work. Table should be Bordered and Shaded. A Multilevel list giving your areas of interest and further areas of interest. The sub areas should be numbered as „a‟, „b‟, etc while the areas should be numbered as „1‟, „2‟, etc. The information should be divided in “General” and “Academic” sections. The header should contain “BIO-DATA” while the footer should have page numbers in the format Page 1 of 10. Assign a password for the document to protect it from unauthorized access. 5. Assume that you are coordinating a seminar in your organization. Write a letter to 10 different IT companies asking them to participate in the seminar using mail merge facility. 6. Prepare a document which contains template of marks card of students. Assume that there are 10 students. The footer for the document should be „Poornima University Jaipur”. 7. Prepare a document about any topic In mathematics which uses mathematical symbols. (At least 5 mathematical symbols should be used). Assign a password for the document to protect it from unauthorized access. Demonstrate the use of Hyperlink Option. Sets margins to your document, a font of size and double spaced document. MS-EXCEL 8. Open a new workbook, save it as JavaCoffeeBar.xls. In sheet1 write following sales data for Java Coffee bar to show their First 6 months sales. Select cell B4:D4 and change the horizontal alignment to center and text to 90 degree. All titles should be in bold Format all cells numbers to currency style and adjust width as necessary. Add border to data. Select the cell range A1:H1, merge and center these cells. Apply same format to A2:H2. Give border, shading and pattern to data in sheet Apply different font settings for all titles in sheet Apply green color and bold setting to sales above 10000 (use conditional formatting) Rename current worksheet as FirstHalfSales 9. Prepare a worksheet to maintain student information. The work sheet should Contain Roll Number, Name and marks in 5 subjects. (Max Marks is 100).Validate the marks. Calculate the total marks. Assign the grade according to the following. Assign grade „A‟ if the total marks is above 450. From 401 to 449 assign the grade as “B”. From 351 to 400 assign the Grade as C. From 300 to 350 the grade to be assigned is „D‟. For the total marks less than 300 No grade is assigned. A student is eligible to get a grade only when he gets 40 and above in all the subjects. In such cases the grade is “FAIL”. (Assume that there are 10 students). 10. Prepare a pay-bill using a worksheet. The work sheet should contain Employee Id, Name, Designation, Experience and Basic Salary and Job ID. If Job Id is 1 then DA is 40% of the basic salary. HRA is Rs. 4500. If Job Id is 2 then DA is 35% of the basic salary. HRA is Rs. 3500. If Job Id is 3 then DA is 30% of the basic

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11.

12.

13.

salary. HRA is Rs. 2500. If Job Id is 4 then DA is 25% of the basic salary and HRA is RS.2500. For all the other Job ids DA is 20% of the basic salary and HRA is Rs. 1500. For all the above Job ids PF to be deducted is 4%. For the job ids between 1-4 Rs. 100 to be deducted as Professional Tax. Find the net pay. For the above employee worksheet perform the following operations 1. Use filter to display the details of employees whose salary is greater than 10,000. 2. Sort the employees on the basis of their net pay 3. Use advance filter to display the details of employees whose designation is “Programmer” and Net Pay is greater than 20,000 with experience greater than 2 yrs. Using Excel project the Product sales for any five products for five years. Compute the total sales of each product in the five years. Compute the total sales of all the products in five year. Compute the total sales of all products for each year. Represent annual sale of all the products using Pie-Chart. Represent annual sales of all products using Bar Chart. Represent sale of a product for five years using Pie-Chart. Label and format the graphs MS-POWERPOINT Assume that you are going to give a presentation about Information Technology. (Choose some latest technologies). The presentation should have minimum 10 slides. Insert appropriate images wherever necessary. Use proper formatting, Diagrams and tables. Show the usage of action buttons, hyperlinks, and animations.

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Code: BTX01214

SOFT SKILLS-I

1 Credit [ LTP : 0-0-2]

LIST OF ACTIVITIES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Self Introduction & knowing your environment GOAL Setting &Planning Time Management & Team Work Personal Grooming and Body language Etiquettes (Personal, Social, Professional & Corporate) etiquettes Reading skills: General & Technical Articles Listening Skills: Analysis of videos by famous Personalities Writing Skills: Picture perception & Story Making by jumbled words Speaking Skills: Extempore, JAM & Me against myself Role Plays Resume Writing

CODE: BTX01615

Discipline and Talent Enrichment Programme (TEP)-I

2 Credits

OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES The objective of Discipline and TEP is to provide students with the opportunities to enhance job fetching skills and at the same time to cultivate the student‟s personal interests and hobbies while maintaining the good disciplinary environment in the University. TEP is integrated into the curriculum for holistic development of students through active participation in various activities falling in Technical and non technical categories. Discipline and Talent Enrichment Programme (TEP) -I shall be evaluated irrespective of period/time allocation (as in the case of Extra Curricular activity) in the teaching scheme as a TWO credit course. The record related to discipline and related activities are maintained for each student and they shall be evaluated for the same also. It shall be counted in calculation of SGPA but it is not a backlog subject. However, the attendance of these classes shall be recorded and accounted in the total attendance. Activities included in this category in the First Semester are as follows:

Code

Activity

BTX01615.1 BTX01615.2 BTX01615.3/15.4 BTX01615.5

Non Syllabus Project (NSP) Online Eligibility Exam(OLE) Library / Internet Extra Curricular Activities

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Hours

Credits

1 1 1 1

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Second semester Core theory subjects Code: BTX02101

ENGLISH- II

2 Credits [LTP: 2-0-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

B.

Title of the unit Advanced Grammar Applied Grammar Composition Reading fiction Communication

Time Required for the Unit (Hours) 4 6 4 6 4

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Contents Advanced Grammar Introduction of Unit Question Tag Modal verbs Active and passive voice Punctuations Conclusion of Unit Applied Grammar Introduction of Unit Idioms and phrases Confusing words Synonyms and Antonyms Direct and indirect speech One word substitution Conclusion of Unit Composition- II Introduction of Unit Report writing Review writing Conclusion of Unit Reading Skills Introduction of Unit Second Opinion- R.K. Narayan Kabuliwala – Rabindranath Tagore Conclusion of Unit Communication Introduction of Unit Definition, meaning, significance and objectives Types of communication Characteristics and principles Process of Communication Common barriers to Communication and overcoming them Communication structure in an organization Conclusion of Unit

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Code: BTX02102

ENGINEERING PHYSICS- II

4.5 Credits [LTP: 4-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Title of the unit Quantum Mechanics and applications of Schrodinger’s Equation Coherence & Optical Fibre Laser & Holography Nuclear Radiation Detectors Electrodynamics

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 11 9 9 9 10

B. DETAILED SYLLABUS Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

Unit Details Quantum Mechanics and Applications Of Schrodinger’s Equation Introduction of Unit Inadequacy of classical mechanics, wave and particle duality of radiation De Broglie concept of matter waves Heisenberg‟s uncertainty principle Compton Effect and quantum nature of light Derivation of time dependent and time independent Schrodinger‟s wave Equation, physical interpretation of wave function, boundary conditions, normalization of Wave functions, orthogonal of wave functions, properties of wave functions, Expectations value, particle confined in one dimensional infinite potential well, Energy Eigen values and Eigen functions Application of Schrodinger‟s Equation Particle in three-dimensional box and degeneracy Conclusion of Unit Coherence & Optical Fibre Introduction of Unit Coherence: Spatial and temporal coherence o Coherence length, coherence time and „Q‟ factor for light o Visibility as a measure of coherence o Temporal coherence and spectral purity Optical Fibre: Optical Fibre (construction) and optical wave guide (principle and propagation of light in optical fibre) o Numerical Aperture and maximum angle of acceptance o Types of optical fibre (on the basis of modes and the refractive index of the medium) o Applications of optical fibre o V-Number (smf & mmf) Conclusion of Unit Laser & Holography Introduction of Unit Theory of laser action: Einstein‟s Coefficients, Components of laser, Threshold conditions for laser action Theory, Design and Applications of He-Ne Laser and Semiconductor lasers Holography: Holography versus photography, Basic theory of holography, Basic requirement of holographic laboratory Applications of holography in microscopy and Interferometry Conclusion of Unit Nuclear Radiation Detectors Introduction of Unit Characteristics of Gas filled detector: General considerations, Principle, Construction Working and Properties of: Ionisation chamber, Proportional counter, G.M. counter and Scintillation counter Comparison between Ionisation chamber & G. M. counter Comparison between Proportional counter & G.M. counter Conclusion of Unit

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5.

Electrodynamics Introduction of unit Scalar and vector fields Definitions of gradient, divergence and curl Maxwell‟s equations Boundary conditions Wave equation and its solution for free space Nature of E.M. waves, Poynting vector Conclusion of unit

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL: Sr.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Reference Book Quantum Mechanics

Author Schiff

Nuclear Physics: Principles & Applications Modern Engineering Physics Laser and Applications Laser Nuclear Physics Modern Engg. Physics Engineering Physics An introduction to Laser Theory & Applications Atomic & Nuclear Physics

Johan Lilley Wiley India A.S.Vasudeva Thiagarajan K.R.Nambiar D.C. Tayal S.L.Gupta&SanjeevGupta R.K.Gaur&S.L.Gupta M.N. Avadhanulu Brijlal, Subrahmanyam

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Edition 3rd

Publication Tata Mc Graw-Hill

6th 8th 2008 3rd

S.Chand& co. TMH New Age International Himalaya Publishing House DhanpatRai Publication DhanpatRai Publication S.Chand & Co. S.Chand & Co.

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Code: BTX02103

CHEMISTRY & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-II 3.5 Credits [LTP: 3-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Title of the unit Water and Water Analysis Water Technology Corrosion , its control and Phase rule Polymer and Glass Environmental pollution and Disaster Management

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 6 7 7 6 7

B. DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

Unit Details Water and Water Analysis Introduction of Unit Water Sources of water, Impurities in water and effect of impurities Municipal water supply: Requisites of drinking water, Steps involved in purification of water, Sedimentation, Coagulation, Filtration and Disinfection, Break Point Chlorination Water Analysis Hardness of water; Type of hardness , Degree of hardness, Units of hardness ,Disadvantages of hard water, Determination of hardness by Clark‟s test and Complexometric (EDTA) method , Numericals based on hardness by EDTA method and Clark‟s method Conclusion of Unit

2.

Water Technology Introduction of Unit Boiler Troubles : Formation of solids (scale and sludge), Carry over (Priming and Foaming), Corrosion and Caustic Embrittlement, Disadvantages and Prevention Treatment of hard water: Lime-soda method, Permutit (zeolite) method and Deionization or Demineralization method, Numerical problems based on Lime-soda and Zeolite softening methods Desalination: Reverse osmosis, Electrodialysis Conclusion of Unit

3.

Corrosion , its control and Phase rule Introduction of Unit Corrosion and its control Definition of corrosion and its Significance Mechanisms of Corrosion: Chemical (Dry) corrosion and Electrochemical (Wet) corrosion Types of corrosion: Galvanic corrosion, Concentration cell corrosion, Stress corrosion, Pitting corrosion Factors affecting the rate of corrosion Protection from corrosion : Material selection and design, Improvement of Environment , Coating of metallic surface, Cathodic protection, Anodic protection, Electroplating, Tinning, Galvanization and Modification in designs . Some practical examples of corrosion. Phase Rule Statement, Definition of the terms involved Application to one component system: Water and Sulphur systems Reduced Phase Rule, Study of two components Ag-Pb system and its industrial application Conclusion of Unit

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4.

Polymer and Glass Introduction of Unit Polymers Introduction to Polymer chemistry:, Classification of Polymers and Types of polymerization Plastics: Constituents of plastics , Thermosets and Thermoplastics, Preparation, Properties and Uses of Polyethylene, Bakelite, Teflon, Terylene and Nylon Elastomers: Natural rubber, Vulcanization, Synthetic rubber- Preparation, Properties and Applications of SBR, Buna-N, Butyl and Neoprene rubber. Glass Introduction Definition of glass, its Properties, Manufacturing of glass, Importance of annealing in glass making, Types of silicate glasses and their commercial uses. Conclusion of Unit

5.

Environmental Pollution and Disaster Management Introduction of Unit Environmental Pollution Definition and adverse effects of Air pollution, Water pollution, Soil pollution, Noise pollution, Thermal pollution, Radioactive pollution (in brief) and Environmental acts. Waste water treatment : Need and the methods used for Disposal of treated water Solid waste management: Classification of solid waste, Treatment and Disposal of solid waste Disaster Management Type of Disasters: Natural and Manmade ( Earthquake, Cyclone, Flood, Tsunami, Landslide, Nuclear &Fire disaster), one or two case studies related to each disaster (India & World) Disaster Management Cycle and its components Conclusion of Unit

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL: Sr.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Reference Book Engineering Chemistry Engineering Chemistry. Chemistry in Engineering & Tech. Physical Chemistry Environmental Studies Principles of Environmental Science and Engineering 7. Environmental Science and Engineering 8. Environmental Studies Important Web Links: 1. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemist 2. http://www.chemweb.com/ 3. http://www.epa..gov

Author P.C. Jain S. S. Dara Rajaram, Kuriacose P.W. Atkins R. Rajagopalan P. Venugoplan Rao

Edition Latest Latest Latest Latest Latest Latest

Publication Dhanpat Rai & Sons S. Chand & Co. Tata McgrawHill Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press Prentice Hall of India.

P. Meenakshi Benny Joseph

Latest Latest

Prentice Hall India. Tata McgrawHill

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Code: BTX02104

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - II

3.5 Credit[LTP:3-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

B.

3.

4.

5.

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 7 7 7 7 8

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

2.

Title of the Unit Ordinary Differential Equations Second Order Linear Differential Equations Fourier Series and Partial Differential Equations Vector Calculus Application of Vector Calculus and 3-D Geometry

Unit Details Ordinary Differential Equations Introduction of Unit First order and first degree differential equations-Linear Equation and reducible to linear form, Exact Equation and reducible to exact form Linear differential equations with constant coefficients Conclusion of Unit Second Order Linear Differential Equations Introduction of Unit Homogeneous and Exact forms Change of dependent and independent variable Normal form, Variation of parameters Application of second order differential equation - Electric circuits, Deflection of beam, etc. Conclusion of Unit Fourier Series and Partial Differential Equations Introduction of Unit Fourier Series - Expansion of simple functions in Fourier Series Half range Fourier Sine and Cosine Series Change of interval, Harmonic Analysis Partial differential equations of first order- Lagrange‟s form, Standard forms, Charpit‟s method Conclusion of Unit Vector Calculus Introduction of Unit Scalar and Vector field Differentiation and Integration of Vector functions Gradient, Divergence and Curl, Directional derivatives Line, Surface and Volume integral Conclusion of Unit Application of Vector Calculus and 3-D Geometry Introduction of Unit Gauss, Stokes and Green theorem (without proof)- verification and applications Equation of a Sphere, Intersection of a Sphere and a Plane, Tangent Plane, Orthogonal intersection of two Spheres Right circular cone and Right circular cylinder Conclusion of Unit

C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL: Sr.No Reference Book 1. Higher Engineering Mathematics 2. Higher Engineering Mathematics 3. Engineering Mathematics: A Tutorial Approach 4. Calculus and Analytical Geometry 5. Advanced Engineering Mathematics Important Web Links: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Math 2.

Author B S Grewal Ramana, B.V Ravish R Singh and M Bhatt Thomas and Finney, Erwin Kreyszig

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Edition 41st 2006 2009 9th

Publication Khanna Publications, Delhi, Tata McGraw-Hill. Tata McGraw-Hill Narosa Publishing, Delhi John Wiley and Sons

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Code: BTX02105

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 4.5 Credits [LTP: 4-1-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B.

Title of the Unit Basic Concepts of Electrical Engineering Alternating Quantities Energy Conversion and Electrical Machines Basic Electronics Communication Systems

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 9 9 9 8 9

DETAILED SYLLABUS

Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

Unit Details Basic Concepts of Electrical Engineering Introduction of Unit Basic Concepts Electric Current, Electromotive Force, Electric Power, Ohm‟s Law, Basic Circuit Components, Faraday‟s Law of Electromagnetic Induction. DC Network Analysis & Theorems Kirchhoff‟s Laws, Network Sources, Resistive Networks, Series-Parallel Circuits, Star-Delta Transformation, Node Voltage Method, Mesh Current Method, Super- Position, Thevenin‟s, Norton‟s and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems. Conclusion of nit Alternating Quantities Introduction of Unit Single Phase AC system Introduction, Generation of AC Voltages, Root Mean Square and Average Value of Alternating Currents and Voltages, Form Factor, Peak Factor, Power Factor and Quality Factor, Phasor Representation of Alternating Quantities, Single Phase RLC Circuits. Three Phase AC system Introduction, Merits of Three Phase System, Generation and Waveform. Conclusion of Unit Energy Conversion and Electrical Machines Introduction of Unit Introduction to Energy Types of Energy, Introduction to Energy Conversion, Sources of Energy (Conventional & Non Conventional), Energy Scenario in India & Rajasthan. Rotating Machines 1. DC Machines: Principle of Operation of DC Machine as Motor and Generator, EMF Equation, Applications of DC Machines. 2. AC Machines: Principle of Operation of 3-Phase Induction Motor, 3-Phase Synchronous Motor and 3Phase Synchronous Generator (Alternator), Applications of AC Machines. Stationary Machines Introduction, Construction and Principle of Working of Transformer, EMF Equation, Voltage Transformation Ratio. Conclusion of Unit Basic Electronics Introduction of Unit Semiconductor Devices: Conduction in Semiconductors, Conduction Properties of Semiconductor Diodes, Behavior of the PN Junction, PN Junction Diode, Zener Diode, LED, Photovoltaic Cell, Rectifiers, L, C, & L-C filters, BJT, UJT, Transistor as an Amplifier.

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5.

C.

Digital Electronics: Boolean algebra, Binary System, Logic Gates and Their Truth Tables. Conclusion of Unit Communication Systems Introduction of Unit Basics of Communication: Introduction, IEEE Spectrum for Communication Systems, Types of Communication, Amplitude and Frequency Modulation. Basics of Instrumentation: Introduction to Transducers, Thermocouple, RTD, Strain Gauges, Load Cell and Bimetallic Strip, Introduction and Classification of ICs. Conclusion of Unit

RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL

Sr.No Reference Book 1. Electrical and Electronic Technology 2. Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering 3. Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4. Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering by, 5. Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Important Web Links 3. http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu 4. engineersphere.com/basic-electrical-concepts

Author Edward Hughes et al, V. Jagathesan, K. Vinod Kumar & R. Saravan Kumar Van Valkenburge Muthusubrmaniam Ravish Singh

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Edition

Publication Pearson Publication Wiley India

Indian

Cengage learning TMH TMH

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Code: BTX02106

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

4 Credits [LTP: 4-3-1]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Title of the Unit Fundamentals of Mechanics Machine & Moment of Inertia Friction & Belt Drive Dynamics of Particles Work, Power & Impact

Time required for the Unit (Hours) 9 9 8 9 9

B. DETAILED SYLLABUS Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Unit Details Fundamentals of Mechanics Introduction of Unit Fundamental laws of mechanics, Principle of transmissibility System of forces, Resultant force, Resolution of force Moment and Couples, Varignon‟s Theorem, Resolution of a force into a force and a couple, Free body diagram Equilibrium, Conditions for equilibrium, Lami's theorem. Virtual work: Principle of Virtual Work, Active forces and active force diagram Conclusion of Unit Machine & Moment of Inertia Introduction of Unit Lifting Machines: Mechanical advantage, Velocity Ratio, Efficiency of machine, Ideal machine, Ideal effort and ideal load, Reversibility of machine, Law of machine, Lifting machines Pulleys: System of Pulleys, Simple wheel and axle, Wheel and differential axle, Weston‟s differential pulley block Centroid & Moment of Inertia: Location of centroid and center of gravity, Moment of inertia, Parallel axis and perpendicular axis theorem, Radius of gyration, M.I of composite section, Polar moment of inertia, M.I of solid bodies. Conclusion of Unit Friction & Belt Drive Introduction of Unit Friction: Types of Friction, Laws of friction, Angle of friction, Angle of repose, Ladder, Wedge, Belt Friction Belt Drive: Types of belts, Types of belt drives, Velocity ratio, Effect of slip on Velocity ratio, Length of belt, Ratio of tensions and power transmission by flat belt drives. Conclusion of Unit Dynamics of Particles Introduction of Unit Kinematics of Particles and Rigid Bodies: Velocity, Acceleration, Types of Motion, Equations of Motion, Rectangular components of velocity and acceleration, Angular velocity and Angular acceleration, Radial and transverse velocities and accelerations, Projectiles motion on plane and Inclined Plane, Relative Motion. Kinetics of Particles and Rigid Bodies: Newton's laws, Linear Momentum, Linear Impulse , Equation of motion in rectangular coordinate, radial and transverse components, Equation of motion in plane for a rigid body, D'Alembert principle. Conclusion of Unit Work, Power & Impact Introduction of Unit Work, Energy and Power: Work of a force, weight, spring force and couple, Power, Efficiency, Energy, Kinetic energy of rigid body, Principle of work and energy, Conservative and Non-conservative Force, Conservation of energy. Impact: Collision of elastic bodies, types of impact, conservation of momentum, Newton‟s law of collision,

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coefficient of restitution, loss of kinetic energy during impact. Conclusion of Unit

C.

RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL

Sr.No Reference Book Author Edition Publication 1. Vector Mechanics for Engineers Beer and Johnston Latest Tata McGraw Hill 2. Engineering Mechanics D S Kumar Latest S K Kataria & Sons 3. Engineering Mechanics Statics Meriam, J. L. & Kraige, L. G Latest John Wiley & Son 4. Engineering Mechanics S. Ramamruthan Latest Dhanpat Rai Pub. 5. Engineering Mechanics Shames Latest Pearson Education Important Web Links 3. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IITDelhi/Mechanics%20Of%20Solids/ index.htm 4. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?subjectId=105106116

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Code: BTX02107

PROGRAMMING IN C

3 Credits [LTP: 3-0-0]

A. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE Unit No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Title of the unit Introduction to C Language Control statements Array & Strings Functions and Pointers Structures , Union and File Handling

Time Required for the Unit (Hours) 7 7 7 7 8

B. DETAILED SYLLABUS Unit 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Unit Details Introduction to C Language Introduction to Unit Introduction of „C‟ C Standard Library (stdio.h, stdlib.h, conio.h, ctype.h, math.h, string.h, process.h) Compilation Process (Intermediate Code, Object Code, Executable Code) Language Fundamentals (Character set, Tokens, Keywords, Identifiers, variables, constant, data types, typedef , command line arguments) Operators (Arithmetic operators, unary operators, relational operator, logical operator, assignment operator, conditional operator, bit operator) and Expressions, Type Casting Introduction to C Preprocessor (# include, # define), Macro Substitutions Directives Console based and built in I/O Functions (Printf (), scanf (), getch (), getchar (), putchar()) Conclusion of unit Control Statements Introduction of Unit If Statement, If….Else Statement, Nested If….Else Statement While Statement, Do-while Statement, For Statement Switch Statement, Nested Statement, Other Statements (Break, Continue, Goto, Exit) Storage classes (Automatic, External, Static and Registers) Conclusion of Unit Array & String Introduction of Unit Introduction of Array: Definition, Declaration and Initialization of array Accessing and Displaying Array Memory Representation of Array –One Dimensional and Multidimensional Array Introduction of String: Definition, Declaration and Initialization of String Standard Functions (Strlen (), Strcat (), Strcmp (),Strrev(),Strupr(),Strlwr()) Conclusion of Unit Functions and Pointers Introduction to unit Introduction of Functions: Definition, Declaration and Scope Function Call, Parameter Passing (Call by Value, Call by Reference) Recursion Passing Array, String into Function Introduction to Pointers: Definition and Declaration Pointer Arithmetic, Dynamic Memory Allocation String and Pointers, Structure and Pointers, Array of Pointer Conclusion of Unit Structure & Union and File Handling Introduction of Unit Introduction to Structure: Definition, Declaration, Accessing Fields

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Nested Structures Introduction to Union: Definition and Declaration Differentiate between Structure and Union Introduction of File Handling: Definition, Opening Modes of Files Standard Function (fopen(), fclose(), feof(), fseek(), rewind(), fprintf(),fscanf()) Conclusion of Unit C. RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL Sr.No 1. 2.

Reference Book Let us „C‟ Programming in ANSI „C‟

Author Yashwant Kanitkar Balagurusamy, E

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Publication -

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PRACTICALS Code: BTX02208

ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB-II

1 Credit [LTP: 0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1 To Determine the height of a given line drawn on the wall by sextant 2 To determine the dispersive power of material of a prism for violet, red and yellow colourof mercury light with the help of specometer. 3 To measure the numerical Aperature of an optical fibre by He-Ne laser 4 To study the characteristics of semiconductor diode and determineforward and reverse bias resistance 5 To study the charging and discharging of a condenser and hence determine time constant (both current and voltage graphs are to be plotted) 6 To determine the high resistant by method of leakage , using a ballistic galvanometer. 7 To determine the dielectric constant by ballistic galvanometer. 8 To specify the specific resistant of a material of a wire by carey foster‟s bridge. 9 To verify the laws of series/ parallel combination of resistant by carey foster‟s bridge. 10 To determine the coherent length and coherent time of laser using He-Ne

Code: BTX02209

ENGINEERING CHEMSITRY LAB-II

1 Credit [LTP: 0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Rotor-I

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

To determine the hardness of water by HCl method. To determine the hardness of water by EDTA method. To determine CO2 in a given water sample. To determine free chlorine in a given water sample. To determine residual chlorine in a given water sample. To determine dissolved O2 in a given water sample.

Router-II

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Determination of Turbidity by using Turbidity Meter. Measurement of pH of a given sample by pH-Meter. Measurement of Conductivity/TDS of a given sample by Conductivity Meter Determination of barium as barium sulphate gravimetrically. Synthesis of Bakelite To determine the amount of sodium and Potassium ina given water sample by Flame Photometer

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Code: BTX02210

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAB 1 Credit [LTP: 0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: Electrical Lab 1. Assemble house wiring including earthing for 1-phase energy meter, MCB, ceiling fan, tube light, three pin socket and a lamp operated from two different positions. Basic functional study of components used in house wiring. 2. Prepare the connection of ceiling fan along with the regulator and vary the speed. 3. Prepare the connection of single phase induction motor through 1-Phase Auto-transformer and vary the speed. 4. Prepare the connection of three phase squirrel cage induction motor through 3-Phase Autotransformer and vary the speed. 5. Prepare the connection of Fluorescent Lamp, Sodium Vapour and Halogen Lamp and measure voltage, current and power in the circuit. Electronics Lab 6. Identification, testing and application of Resistors, Inductors, Capacitors, PN-Diode. Zenger Diode, LED, LCD, BJT, Photo Diode, Photo Transistor, Analog/Digital Multi- Metres and Function/Signal Generator. 7. Measure the frequency, voltage, current with the help of CRO. 8. Assemble the single phase half wave and full wave bridge rectifier & the analyse effect of L, C and L-C filters in rectifiers. 9. Study the BJT amplifier in common emitter configuration. Measure voltage gain plot gain frequency response and calculate its bandwidth. 10. Verify the truth table of AND, OR, NOT, NOR and NAND gates

Code: BTX02211

WORKSHOP PRACTICE

1 Credit [LTP: 0-0-2]

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Carpentry Shop • Timber, definition, engineering applications, seasoning and preservation • Plywood and ply boards Foundry Shop • Moulding Sands, constituents and characteristics • Pattern, definition, materials types, core prints • Role of gate, runner, riser, core and chaplets • Causes and remedies of some common casting defects like blow holes, cavities, Inclusions Welding Shop • Definition of welding, brazing and soldering processes and their applications • Oxyacetylene gas welding process, equipment and techniques, types of flames and their applications • Manual metal arc welding technique and equipment, AC and DC welding • Electrodes: Constituents and functions of electrode coating, welding positions • Types of welded joints, common welding defects such as cracks, undercutting, slag inclusion and boring. Fitting and Machine shop Files, materials and classification. Study and classification of lathe. Smithy Shop • Forging, forging principle, materials • Operations like drawing, upsetting, bending and forge welding • Use of forged parts

List of Jobs to be made in the Workshop Practice

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CARPENTRY SHOP 1. Making of T-Lap joint 2. Making of Bridle joint FOUNDRY SHOP 3. Mould of any pattern 4. Casting of any simple pattern WELDING SHOP 5. MMA welding practice by students 6. Square butt joint by MMA welding 7. Lap joint by MMA welding MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE 8. Job on lathe with one step turning and chamfering operations 9. Job on shaper for finishing two sides of a job 10 Drilling two holes of size 5 and 12 mm diameter on job used / to be used for shaping FITTING AND SMITHY SHOP 11 Finishing of two sides of a square piece by filing 12 Tin smithy for making mechanical joint and soldering of joint

Code: BTX02212

MACHINE DRAWING

1 Credit [LTP: 0-0-2]

A. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 2. 3.

Introduction to machine drawing Dimensioning, locations and placing Orthographic projections: First & third angle methods Sheet 1: Orthographic Projections (3 Problems) Sheet 2: Sectional Views (3 Problems) Sheet 3: Riveted joints, lap joints, butt joints, chain riveting, zig-zag riveting Sheet 4: Screw fasteners, different threads, Nuts & bolts locking devices, set screws, foundation Sheet 5: Bearing, Plumber block

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Instructions on free hand sketches List of free hand sketches • Different type of lines • Conventional representation of materials • Screw fasteners • Bearing: Ball, roller, needle, foot step bearing • Coupling: Protected type, flange, and pin type flexible coupling • Welded joints • Belts and pulleys • Pipes and pipe joints • Valves

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RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIAL

Sr.No 1. 2.

Reference Book Machine Drawing Machine Drawing

Author Lakshminarayan N.D.Bhatt

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Code: BTX02213

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB

1 Credit [LTP: 0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

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Rotor-I Introduction to Turbo ‟C‟ and Study of C Header files Programs based on operators (arithmetic, relational, increment, decrement, conditional, logical) a) WAP to add two numbers. b) WAP to calculate simple interest. c) WAP to find area of circle using Macro Substitution. d) WAP to find whether a given number is Armstrong number or not. e) WAP to calculate a factorial of a given number. f) WAP to check whether a given number is palindrome or not. g) WAP to print the multiples of n number. Branching statement programs using „C‟ a) WAP to find maximum of two numbers using if-else statement. b) WAP to find maximum of three numbers using if-else statement. c) WAP to find maximum of three numbers using AND operator. d) WAP to check whether year is leap year or not. e) WAP to check number is even or odd. Programs based on looping (while, do while, for), nested loops based programs a) WAP to print N natural numbers using while loop. b) WAP to calculate sum of N natural numbers using while loop. c) WAP to calculate sum of N natural numbers using do-while loop. d) WAP to calculate factorial using while loop. e) WAP to print days using switch case. f) WAP to perform calculator using switch case. g) Program to design patterns using for loop. Program based on Array: a) WAP to read/write using array. b) WAP to calculate sum of entered numbers using array. c) WAP for matrix addition. Rotor-2 String/Character based exercises manipulation on strings a) WAP to perform different operation using String. Programs on user defined functions( arithmetic operation, arrays with pointers ,call by value , call by reference) a) WAP to add two numbers using pointers. b) WAP to swap two numbers using pointers. c) WAP to add two numbers using call by reference method. Program based on Recursion: a) WAP to calculate factorial using recursion. b) WAP to calculate power using recursion. Programs on structure and union a) WAP to maintain any student‟s record and calculate percentage using structure b) WAP to perform union. Program on file handling a) WAP to read a file using file handling. b) WAP to read/write a file handling.

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Code: BTX02214

LANGUAGE LAB

1 Credit [LTP: 0-0-2]

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Details Listening Skills-Techniques of effective listening; listening to the audios and videos of famous personalities then analysis of the same Reading Comprehension- Strategies for Reading comprehension, Practicing Technical and Non Technical Writing Skills- writing of story with jumbled words, writing of article Phonetics-I: Introduction and Basic Concepts use of phonetics in English language; pronunciations Grammar common errors & usage :Spotting errors, confusing words, Conversation : listening of conversation through software; Doing conversation based on day to day life Role Plays : on various situations based on various sectors. Presentation Skills I: Elements of an effective presentation, Structure and tools of presentation ;body language& voice Module Presentation Skills II: Sample Presentation by students Group Discussions: Key Points of Group Discussion; Live Group Discussion Interview Skills: Concepts and process, pre-interview planning, opening and answering strategies, Interview through telephone and video conferencing; Mock Interviews

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Code: BTX02215

LIFE & CAREER SKILLS

0.5 Credit [ LTP : 0-0-1]

LIST OF ACTIVITIES: Introduction to Personality & Attitude 1. Entrepreneurial Trait; Role and Importance of Entrepreneurship 2. Career Exploration: Career Planning and Management, Latest Happenings 3. Self Management 4. Reading skills: Newspaper Review & movie Review 5. Listening Skills: Audio-Video Listening 6. Writing Skills: E-Mail Writing (do‟s & don‟ts, effective techniques) 7. Speaking Skills: Debate (do‟s & don‟ts, effective techniques) 8. Overview to core Human skills 9. 10. Health & Safety tips 11. Resume writing

CODE: BTX02616

Discipline and Talent Enrichment Programme (TEP)-II

2 Credits

OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES The objective of Discipline and TEP is to provide students with the opportunities to enhance job fetching skills and at the same time to cultivate the student‟s personal interests and hobbies while maintaining the good disciplinary environment in the University. TEP is integrated into the curriculum for holistic development of students through active participation in various activities falling in Technical and non technical categories. Discipline and Talent Enrichment Programme (TEP) -II shall be evaluated irrespective of period/time allocation (as in the case of Extra Curricular activity) in the teaching scheme as a TWO credit course. The record related to discipline and related activities are maintained for each student and they shall be evaluated for the same also. It shall be counted in calculation of SGPA but it is not a backlog subject. However, the attendance of these classes shall be recorded and accounted in the total attendance.Activities included in this category in the Second Semester are as follows:

Code

Activity

BTX02616.1 Online Eligibility Exam(OLE) BTX02616.2 Extra Curricular Activities

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