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MOODBIDRI, P.O. KODANGALLU - 574 197, D.K.

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Phone: 08258-236663, 239663
E-mail: principal@snmpolytechnic.org
Website: www.snmpolytechnic.org
Managed by : Sri Mahaveera College Trust, Moodbidri, D.K.
Sponsored by : The Academy of General Education, Manipal
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As another academic year unfolds, it’s time to start afresh with renewed
energy and vigour. The timepiece of life never stops, nor it pauses nor
slows down. Time ticks a regular rhythm bringing new moments, new days
and new seasons. We need to take new steps to create new opportunities
and face new challenges.
Nobody can go back and make a new beginning but anybody can
start now and make a new ending.
A message .......
Once upon a time, a very strong woodcutter asked for a job with a timber
merchant and he got it. The pay was really good and so was the work
condition. For those reasons, the woodcutter was determined to do his
best.
His boss gave him an axe and showed him the area where he was
supposed to work.
The frst day, the woodcutter brought 18 trees.
“Congratulations,” the boss said. “Go on that way!”
Very motivated by the boss words, the woodcutter tried harder the next
day, but he could only bring 15 trees. The third day he tried even harder,
but he could only bring 10 trees. Day after day he was bringing less and
less trees.
“I must be losing my strength”, the woodcutter thought. He went to the
boss and apologized, saying that he could not understand what was going
on.
“When was the last time you sharpened your axe?” the boss asked.
“Sharpen? I had no time to sharpen my axe. I have been very busy trying
to cut trees…”
Refection:
Our lives are like that. We sometimes get so busy that we don’t take time
to sharpen the “axe”.
So take time to relax, to think and meditate, to learn and grow. If we don’t
take the time to sharpen the “axe”, we will become dull and lose our
effectiveness.
It's all about "working smart and not only working hard".
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About us:
S.N.M. Polytechnic is a co-educational technical institution founded in
Moodbidri in the year 1984. This Polytechnic has been imparting affordable
Technical Education with great responsibility to the rural youth over the
past 30 years. The striving for excellence continues. This Polytechnic is
jointly managed by The Academy of General Education, Manipal & SMC
Trust Moodbidri Padmabhushan Dr. Ramdas M. Pai, Chancellor of Manipal
University is at the helm of affairs of this institutuon in the capacity of
Registrar, Academy of General Education, Manipal and President of SMC
Trust.
This Polytechnic is approved by All India Council for Technical
Education, New Delhi & affliated to Directorate of Technical Education
(DTE) Bangalore. The Polytechnic is situated a kilometer from Moodbidri
town on the Moodbidri Dharmasthala Higway on a sprawling campus of 23
acres. Presently offers Diploma in seven different branches of engineering
with an intake of 390 students. This Polytechnic is named after a visionary
and the philanthropist of this region Late S N Mudbidri.
Aims & objectives:
This Polytechnic aims at providing the students with a conducive
environment for learning so that they build themselves up. In keeping up
with the vision of our founder and our management, our institution would
like to join hands with the parent community to prepare the students to
achieve academic excellence and impart values to face the challenges
that lay ahead.
We wish to
* Mould the minds of the young & create in them a desire to live a full
life in modern society as honourable & worthy citizen.
* Develop a passion for learning & achieve academic excellence.
* Empower the students to utilize their optimum potential and succeed
in their personal and professional goal.
This Polytechnic offers a student friendly campus supported by well
qualifed and experienced faculty, spacious classrooms, well equipped
labs, audio visual rooms, 24 hours power backup. It provides internet
facility, banking and postal services within the campus. It has separate
boys & girls hostel within the campus with all basic amenities. It provides
opportunities for all-round development of the student through sports,
cultural and extra curricular initiatives. In addition to imparting Technical
Education this Polytechnic provides a strong thrust on values, ethics and
meeting of social obligations.
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PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name of the Pupil : ..................................................................
Class : ..................................................................
Branch : ..................................................................
Register No. : ..................................................................
Bloodgroup : ..................................................................
Father’s Name : ..................................................................
Mob. No. : ..................................................................
Mother’s Name : ..................................................................
Mob. No. : .................................................................
Residential Address : ..................................................................
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Tel. No. : ..................................................................
E-mail (Compulsory) : ..................................................................
Present Place of Accomodation
q Home qCollege Hostel qPaying Guest
Name of the Guardian /
Caretaker : ..................................................................
(In case of paying Guest)
Mob. No. : ..................................................................
Names of Brothers/Sisters
If any studying in this : ..................................................................
Institution, Mention : ..................................................................
Their Class & Branch : ..................................................................
Health Record : History
of Previous illness : .................................................................
Has the Child undergone
Any Major Operation ?
If yes, Furnish details : ..................................................................
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This calendar provides the students with a schedule of events and for
parents an insight into the academic activities carried out at the college,
system of the functioning and the method of monitoring adapted in this
institution.
INDEX
Pg No.
v Our source of inspiration,
founder Sri S.N. Mudbidri 5
v Torch bearer of our Institution, 6
Padmabhushan Dr. Ramdas M. Pai.
v The backbone of our Institution - 8
Sri Mahaveera College Trust
v Our mentors - Governing Council of 9
S.N. Mudbidri Polytechnic
v Rules and regulations of our Institution 10
v Recommended Guidelines for Parents 18
v Our Faculty 23
v List of Academic Advisors & Contact Numbers 29
v Additional Information 30
v Scheme of Study and Examinations 31
v Calendar of Events 52
v Leave Record 62
v Time Table 67
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OUR SOURCE OF INSPIRATION ........
Late Sanjeeva Narayana Mudbidri
It is a matter of great pride to profle Sri. S.N. Mudbidri after whom
our Polytechnic is named. By profession, he was an industrialist and
businessman engaged in the manufacture and distribution of automobile
parts. He had a long and impressive record of social service for more than
four decades. His pursuits were many and varied. They included rural
uplift, adult literacy, widow re-marriage, education, medical services and
other.
The great man that S.N. Mudbidri was, he still had a very modest
beginning. When he landed in Mumbai he took up the job as a typist with
an auto parts dealer and eventually took to salesmanship. Gradually he
became a prosperous businessman dealing in the manufacture and sale
of auto spares.
After having attained success in his profession, and even before
Sri Mudbidri evinced keen interest in social service. He was largely
instrumental in the birth of Samaj Mandira, the community hall, which has
been a centre of social and cultural activities.
In the feld of education also, Sri Mudbidri’s contributions were
singular. He played a key role in the establishment of Mahaveera
Vidyavardhaka Sangha which joined hands with the Academy of General
Education, Manipal, in the establishment of Sri Mahaveera College in
1964. Under his stewardship, educational institutions were set up in
Moodbidri, Kallamundkur, Mulki and Puttur.
Another unforgettable contribution of Sri S.N. Mudbidri was the
establishment of G.V. Pai Memorial Hospital in Moodbidri. This Hospital,
set up in 1974, is now well staffed and equipped.
Sri. S.N. Mudbidri was a Gandhian to the core. He was an
embodiment of simplicity in personal life. He was pragmatic and endowed
with an obsession to serve his fellowmen and share with them whatever
he possessed.
How fortunate is our institution to be named after this great soul !!!
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Padmabhushan Dr. Ramdas M. Pai has succeeded
late Sri. K.K. Pai as the Registrar of Academy of General
Education, Manipal. He is also the President of SMC
Trust.
Dr. Ramdas M. Pai, son of late Dr. Madhava Pai, has
been an international fgure. He is a medical graduate
of Karnataka University and a post graduate in Hospital
Administration from Temple University, Philadelphia,
U.S.A. He began his illustrious career as Hospital Administrator of Kasturba
Hospital, Manipal. For a long time he served as the Medical Director of
Kasturba Hospital, Manipal. For a long time he served as the Medical
Director of Kasturba Hospital. At present he is the Chancellor of Manipal
University. He is presiding over the destiny of Manipal Group which is the
nucleus of 53 educational institutions which have an enrollment of 32000
students in India.
Dr. Ramdas Pai has been a strong advocate of Public - Private
Partnership in higher education and health care. He is largely instrumental
in creating education and healthcare institutions not only in different parts
of India but even abroad. He has been the Pro-chancellor of the Sikkim -
Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences, Gangtok,
Sikkim.
Dr. Ramdas Pai has held important and coveted responsibilities and
posts which include the following:
q Executive Committee Member of the Medical Council o India.
q Member of the Dental Council of India.
q Member of U.P. State Development Council.
q Member of the Education Council set up by the Confederation of Indian
Industry.
q Panel Member of the British Council sponsored UK - India Education
and research Initiative 2008.
In addition Dr. Pai has been associated with innumerable and diverse
organisations, associations and institutions in different capacities.
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Dr. Pai has been a recipient of a number of awards and honors in
appreciation and recognition of his services. The prestigious awards
conferred on him include the following:
q Conferred the Padmabhushan award by Government of India.
q Dr. B.C. Roy National Award for Community Health Work.
q Honorary Fellowship of the faculty of General Dental practitioner of the
Royal College of Surgeons of England.
q Ernst and Young Entrepreneur Award of the year 2004.
q Government of Karnataka Suvarna Karnataka Year Award 2006.
q award by World Konkani Convention in 1995.
Dr. Ramdas Pai has been known for his vision and creative, inspirational
and dynamic leadership. He has a fair for making quick decisions. His
achievements have been spectacular. He is undoubtedly and deservingly
the most suitable successor to his illustrious father, late Dr. T.M.A. Pai.
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SRI MAHAVEERA COLLEGE TRUST
Moodbidri, D.K.
President : Padmabhushana Dr. Ramdas M. Pai,
MBBS, MD, MHA, FGDP,
Registrar, Academy of General Education, Manipal
Vice President : Sri K. Abhayachandra Jain, Honourable Minister for
Youth Service & Fisheries, Govt. of Karnataka
Treasurers : Sri P. Sadananda Bhat, Moodbidri
Sri H. Premananda Prabhu, Moodbidri.
Secretary : Prof. H. Chandrashekhar Dixit, M.A.
Principal, S.M.C., Moodbidri
Members : Padmabhushana Dr. D. Veerendra Heggade,
Dharmasthala
Dr. H.S. Ballal, M.D., D.M.R.D.,
Pro. Chancellor, Manipal University, Manipal
Dr. H. Shantharam, M.Sc., Ph.D., D.I.C.,
(London), Manipal
Dr. L.C. Soans, M.Sc., Ph.D., Moodbidri
Sri. S. Thyagarajan, Bangalore
Sri. H. Udayashankar Prabhu, Moodbidri
Sri. M. Jeeevandhar Kumar, Shibrikere, Mijar
Sri. M. Ananda Alva, Mijar
Sri. K. Amarnath Shetty, Ex. Minister
Govt. of Karnataka, Moodbidri
Sri. M. Subhaschandra Padiwal, Kallamundkur
Dr. M. Vidyadhara Shetty, Mangalore
Sri. S.D. Sampath Samrajya, Shirthady
Sri. C.K. Padival, Moodbidri
Sri. K. Vishwanath Prabhu, Moodbidri
Sri. Premachandra Shetty, Mangalore
Sri. K. Ramananda Pandith, Kadandale
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Chairman :
Sri K. Abhayachandra Jain,
Honourable Minister for Youth Service & Fisheries,
Govt. of Karnataka
Deputy Chairman:
Sri S.D. Sampath Samrajya, Shirthday
Members :
Dr. H. Shantharam, M.Sc., Ph.D., D.I.C. (London), Manipal
Sri P. Sadananda Bhat, P.S. Bhat Brother, Moodbidri
Dr. L.C. Soans, M.Sc., Ph.D., Bassel Misson Farm, Moodbidri
Sri H. Udayshanker Prabhu, Moodbidri
Sri K. Ramananda Pandith, Kadandale
Prof. H. Chandrashekar Dixit. M.A., Secretary, SMC Trust, Moodbidri
Sri C.H. Abdul Gafoor, Moodbidri
Sri. Karunakara Rai, Principal KPT, Mangalore
Secretary :
Sri J.J. Pinto, M.Tech., Principal
Staff Representatives:
Sri Surendra Kava, D.M.E. (A.T.), Lecturer, Automobile Engg.
Sri M. Venkatesh Prabhu, M.Sc., H.O.D., Maths & Science
GOVERNING COUNCIL OF
S.N.M. POLYTECHNIC
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I General Rules :
1. Students are required to report to the classes well in time.
Regular classes are held between 9 AM to 1 PM and from
2 PM to 5 PM. On some days the classes get extended up
to 6 PM. On Saturdays classes are conducted up to 1 PM
only. The parents are required to know the exact timings of
the classes of their ward from the Time-Table provided on the
last page of this calendar. Parents are expected to keep a
check on these timings to help their ward in managing their time well.
2. Students are required to maintain good conduct & discipline in the
classroom and in the campus
3. It is mandatory for students to carry their college calendar & identity
card everyday. They should produce the same whenever the college
authority demands.
4. All the students need to create their e-mail ID compulsorily and provide
it to the offce. Students are required to go through their e-mails
regularly.
5. The college strictly prohibits the use of mobile phones within the
college campus. Mobile phones will be seized if found. Severe
penalty will be imposed for possessing mobile phones.
6. Parents can communicate with their ward through the college
telephone or academic advisor or any of their department teachers
in case of my emergency (Telephone numbers provided on page
number 23 to 29).
7. Letters addressed to the students are subject to scrutiny by the
Principal.
8. It is the moral responsibility of the students to judiciously use the
college property. Deliberate damage to the college property attracts
appropriate fnes.
9. Collection of funds in the college are not allowed without the
permission of the Principal.
10. Students are strictly prohibited from taking part in any kind of agitation
against the College & Government.
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11. Students are al l owed to be cal l ed outsi de the cl ass onl y
with proper intimation from the college offce through the Lecturer.
12. Students are not allowed to conduct any party in the college without
the approval of the Principal. They are forbidden to bring crackers,
explosives or any electronic gadgets which does not concern with the
curriculum.
13. Uni forms are to be compul sori l y worn by the students on
the specified days of the week, failing which penalty will be
levied. The college does not encourage the use of ornaments
& advocates decent dressing whenever uniform is not compulsory.
14. Uniforms are to be worn during examinations compulsorily.
15. Caferatia is made available for students and staff in the college.
Lunch and snacks are provided at nominal cost. Cafeteria committee
comprising of staff and students representatives meet frequently
to monitor the functioning of cafeteria. Students are advised
not to go out the campus during working hours. Problems if any,
pertaining to cafeteria may be represented through the student / staff
representatives.
16. An anti ragging committee functions in the campus. As ragging is a
criminal offence, students are warned not to indulge in any such kind
of ragging activities. If such cases are reported severe action will be
taken on those accused.
17. Students shall follow all the rules & regulations set by the college
from time to time. The Principal has powers to suspend & dismiss
any student from the institution on disciplinary matters.
18. Protection to women is emphasized in the Campus. Cases of sexual
harassment, sexual assault, sexual abuse, eve teasing etc. will be
considered very seriously. Victims of sexual abuse are requested
to report such cases to any of the sexual harassment committee
members or the Principal directly.
19. Tobacco products are strictly prohibited in the College Campus.
Possession of tobacco products, drugs of any kind, chemicals such
as whitener, gums, syrups will be reported to the police immediately.
II. In the Classroom
1. Teacher has all powers to conduct the class smoothly in accordance
with the rules and regulations of the polytechnic.
2. No student shall enter or leave the class room during the class hours
without the permission of the teacher.
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3. Chewing gums during class hours, obscenity in word or deed,
misbehaviour are regarded as indiscipline attracting appropriate
punishment.
4. Students coming late to classes will not be given attendance.
5. A caution deposit Rs. 2,000/- should be paid by every student towards
the drawing boards and library which will be refunded after their
completion of the course.
III. Attendance and leave
1. Punctuality and regularity in attending classes is compulsory.
2. Absence of any kind should be brought to the notice of the concerned
academic advisor before attending the next class.
3. Record of leave shall be signed by the parents / guardian
/ Hostel warden and should be countersigned by concerned academic
advisors. Students are required to use this calendar for maintaining
record of their absence. Every student must possess the calendar
at all times of the academic year.
4. If the calendar is lost, students may get another calendar issued from
the offce by paying a penalty of Rs. 50/-
5. Absence due to sports and games / cultural activities or any other
co-curricular activities should be acknowledge by In-charge of Sports
of Students Welfare Offcer.
6. Parents may contact the academic advisors for any clarifcation
regarding their ward. Detailed class wise list of academic advisors
with their mobile number are printed on page number 29 for reference.
7. Attendance will be calculated from the date of admission. 75% of
attendance is the minimum requirement to be eligible to appear for
semester examinations. Shortage of attendance will be intimated to
the students and parents form time to time through the progress cards.
8. Students with attendance below 75% in any subject will not be
eligible to appear for semester examinations.
IV. College Examination
1. Three Internal Assessment (I.A.) examinations are conducted
compulsorily every semester as per the schedule mentioned in the
calendar. The dates of tests will remain unchanged unless under
unforeseen circumstances. The students are required to prepare
well in advance for the exams to achieve academic excellence.
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2. The students should produce the Identity Card during examination.
3. Internal assessments are as follows:
a. Three tests are conducted in each theory subject & Drawing /
Drafting & two tests in practical subjects.
b. Marks will be awarded for attendance as per the BTE norms.
c. Internal assessment in theory subjects are awarded considering
the marks obtained in internal assessment exams. So students
are required to compulsorily attend all the three examinations for
better performance.
d. The internal assessment marks in practical subjects will be
awarded considering the overall performance of the students in
the Laboratories, observations, submission of records, neatness,
attendance etc.
4. The Polytechnic supplies blue books for tests with nominal charges.
5. The students should bring the Drawing sheets and Graph sheets for
the Sessional Exams.
6. Students are required to report at least 10 minutes before the
commencement of the exam.
7. The students cannot leave the exam hall 30 minutes from the
commencement of Internal Assessment Exam.
V. Progress Cards
1. The college maintains Progress Card of each student. The updation
and distribution of progress cards of particular class is assigned to
academic advisors. The academic advisors have the responsibility
of keeping track of the academic activities of the students of the class
allotted to them.
2. Students and parents should contact their respective Academic
advisor for any querry or clarifcation.
3. The Progress Cards are sent to the parents to provide information
regarding the academic progress of the students and their attendance.
4. The Progress Card contains marks obtained in tests and attendance
details.
5. Progress Card duly signed by the parent/guardian/warden has to be
returned to the academic advisor within three days of its issue.
6. Progress Card are property of the institution. Progress Card are issued
to students periodically through their academic advisors. Students are
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informed to return their progress cards with in specifc period after signing
from the parent/guardian. Hall tickets will not be issued to such students
who do not return the progress cards. New progress card will be issued
with a penalty in case of loss or damage.
VI. Awards and Profciency Prizes
1. The Polytechnic offcers profciency prizes to the best students in
studies, in each class every year. The profciency prize is awarded
to the highest scorer in each class.
2. Sri M. Venkatesh Prabhu, HOD of Maths and Science Section, offers
cash prize of Rs. 1000/- to students scoring highest marks in Maths
in I & II semester examinations.
3. Late S.D. Samrajya, 75th Birthday Felicitation Endowment Scholarship
will be awarded to best student of fnal year.
4. Late Amaranath Jain memorial cash prize will be awarded to best
student studying in fnal year in the Department of Electrical and
Electronics Engg.
5. Sri P.V. Bhat, Ex-Principal sponsored cash prize will b e awarded to
best student studying in fnal year in the Department of Computer
Science & Engg.
6. Sri K.M. Bhat, Rtd. Lecturer E & E Section, sponsored cash prize will
be awarded to best student studying in fnal year in the Department
of Electrical & Electronics Engg.
7. Sri Mohammad Sharief, Ex-Lecturer Mechanical section sponsored
cash prize will be awarded to the best student studying in fnal year
in the Department of Mechanical Engg.
8. Sri Sudarshan M. sponsored cash prize in memory of Late Sunil
Kumar (Ex. H.O.D., Computer Science) will be awarded to the best
student studying in fnal year in the Department of Computer Science
& Engineering.
9. Sri Shirthady Sampath Samrajya & Shirthady Sushanth Samrajya
Sponsored cash prize of Rs. 2,500/- in memory of their father late
Sri S.D. Samrajya will be awarded to the Best Outgoing Student of
SNM Polytechnic every year who exhibits all round performance in
academic and extra curricular activities.
10. A cash prize of Rs. 1,000/- sponsored by Mr. Suresh D.B. Lecturer
in Automobile Engg. will be awarded to the First year Automobile
students for securing highest marks in his subject, Automotive
Engines, in the semester exams.
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11. A cash prize of Rs 1,000/- each is sponsored by Smt. Sowmya M.J.,
Librarian will be awarded to the meritorious students of I year Diploma
in Electronics & Communication, Electrical & Electronics, Automobile
Engg. branches.
12. A cash prize donated by Sri. Mahaveera College Stores, Moodbidri
is awarded to the Best Outgoing Athlete.
VII. The Library
1. The Library will be kept open on all working days from 9-00 am to
5-00 pm.
2. The Student can borrow 4 books from library (2 from book bank and
2 from library). Books will be issued to students against library cards
from 1.00 to 2.00 PM and from 3.00 to 5.00 PM on all working days
except Saturdays.
3. Reference books and periodicals will be available for reference during
working hours in the library.
4. Books must be returned to library in stipulated time. Violation will
attract fne set by Offce / Library.
5. Perfect silence shall be observed in the library hall.
VIII. Laboratory
1. The students should be regular and punctual in their practical work
in the laboratory.
2. All the equipments and materials given to students for the practical
work should be handled with care. Damages and breakages shall
be paid for together with such penalty as may be imposed by the
principal.
3. The Student should check the equipments and materials before
commencing the experiment and hand over the materials intact to the
lab assistant / person concerned as soon as experiment is completed.
4. Each student must provide himself with the observation note book and
Record Book. Record of practical work must be regularly maintained
and submitted.
5. Laser Prints are available for printing needs of the students in the
computer laboratories. Student must bring A4 size 70GSM paper
for printing. Prints must be taken only in the presence of instructor /
lecturer in the lab. Any kind of damage to printers will be recovered
from concerned students or entire batch of students.
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6. Free broadband internet facility is available in every lab and
library. Students are free to use internet during leisure only for study
purposes. Accessing social network sites is prohibited. Violation may
debar the students from entering the library or laboratory.
7. Pen Drives are not allowed to be used in any computers in the college.
Students may carry their DVD’s or they can access their fles through
e-mails. It is mandatory to students to have their own e-mail ID’s
Students are required to create their own e-mail ID before admission
/ beginning of classes.
IX. Additional Facilities
The college provides training in many activities for the beneft of the
students.
1. Wall Magazine and College Annual Magazine.
2. Driving classes are conducted to the students as per the curriculum.
3. Computer lab facilities with internet are available to all the students
of polytechnic.
4. In order to enhance the language and communication skills, a
language laboratory has been set up in the polytechnic. Students
interested in the development of their language may utilize this facility.
5. Department clubs are organized to improve the soft skills of students.
Following are the club co-ordinators of various clubs.
1. Automobile Engineering Club - Envato - Mr. Suresh D.B.
2. Civil Engg Club - Ariva - Mr. Uttam P.U.
3. Computer Science & Engg. Club - Tech Forum - Ms. Swathi Shetty
4. Mechanical Club - Yantra - Mr. Guruprasad Prabhu
5. Mechatronics Club - MTX - Mr. Varun Kumar
6. Electrical & Electronics Club - Spark - Mr. Harish Tantri
7. Electronics & Communication Club - e Club - Mr. Harsha
6. Industrial tours are organised to the fnal year students as per the
curriculum.
7. A Placement and Training cell provides placement & training services.
Placement training programmes are organized by Mr. Ramprasad M.,
Lecturer in E & E & Mr. Varun Kumar, Lecturer in Mechatronics Engg.
to help students answer aptitude tests & competitive exams & face
interviews. Smt. Jyothi, Lecturer, E & C Engineering co-ordinates
placement activities.
8. Materials such as calculators are arranged conditionally for
economically poor students.
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9. Free Mid-day meals facility will be extended to economically poor and
deserving students subject to availability of funds.
10. Since the technical education emphasizes on the skill and
competencies of pass outs, the students are advised to undergo
industrial training during the vacations after the semester exams
right from 1st semester. Assistance and support will be provided by
the polytechnic authorities for such activities. Students may undergo
short training and prepare a report of the same. Outstanding activities,
involvement in the industrial training will be recognized during annual
day celebrations.
11. Students willing to continue in NCC can join the Army unit of Sri
Mahaveera College in the campus.
12. Students can be a part of the National Service Scheme (NSS). This
provides an opportunity to understand community participation of students
for the welfare of the society. It also helps to develop self confdence
and personality. Sri Ramprasad M., Lecturer, E & E Engineering
co-ordinates NSS activities.
13. Youth Red Cross Unit is functional in the Polytechnic to create
awareness, to reciprocate to community needs and to effectively
manage disasters. Activities are conducted regularly under the Youth
Red Cross unit.
14. Free Open Source Software (FOSS) workshops are held in the
Polytechnic with the support of IIT Bombay. All the department
students participate in these workshops on scheduled slots in their
respective computer labs.
15. Innovation Club is formed in the Polytechnic to identify and nurture
creativity in students. These talents are properly honed by providing
them a platform to develop innovative technical models – “do what
you learn” and exhibit them in the annual fair held in the Polytechnic
16. Satellite based EDUSAT classes are provided to the students of all the
branches. This activity supplements the class room learning. Since
the EDUSAT lectures are delivered by eminent and learned experts,
students get a feel of new teachers in these EDUSAT sessions.
17. Free special coaching classes are arranged during evenings to
academically weaker section of students. These classes are engaged
by the teachers from respective departments besides their assigned
work load as a social responsibility.
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RECOMMENDED GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS / GUARDIANS:
This Polytechnic assures you of the best support in the all-round
growth of your child. We expect the parents to reciprocate in our effort to
enforce regularity and discipline. It is recommended that:
1. Parents are required to check upon the timetable allotted to their ward
every semester. Checking upon the timing of the child helps to keep
a track on the activities and to form habits conducive for learning.
2. Parents are expected to know the schedule of the internal assessment
examinations printed in the calendar and help the child to timely
prepare for these examinations which will help gradually to improve
their academic performance.
3. Progress cards are issued within a fortnight of the internal assessment
examinations. Parents are required to ask their child for the progress
report card after every exam and check upon the regular attendance
and academic progress.
4. The parents are free to call the head of the departments or the
concerned academic advisors to clarify any matters entered in the
report cards.
5. Parents vist to the Polytechnic on a regular basis will be highly
appreciated. Parents can meet the Principal preferably between 10-
30 AM to 12 Noon & 3 PM to 4-30 PM to get frst hand information
about the progress of the child.
6. Parents are required to check upon the semester results of the child
and verify the same in the respective department or college offce.
7. If parents have any grievance regarding academic activities they are
welcome to approach the concerned department heads or Principal.
8. Any suggestion or feedback by the parents for the improvement of
this institution willl be appreciated and every effort will be made to
inculcate the same if feasible.
9. Any change in the residential address or contact numbers should be
intimated to the academic advisors of your ward.
10. Parents are morally bound to inform the academic advisor of any
prolonged absence from classes due to medical ailments or personal
reasons.
11. In case of absence from class, a note of excuse signed by the parents
or hostel wardens is mandatory for the students to attend next class.
So parents are required to periodically check the leave record in the
calendar.
12. If the child resides in the Hostel, parents must familiarize with Hostel
rules and regulations.
13. Parents play a vital role in building discipline and maintaining regular
hours of study at home.
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OFFICE COPY
NAME OF THE PUPIL : ............................................................
CLASS : ............................................................
REGISTER NO. : ............................................................
DATE OF BIRTH : ............................................................
BLOOD GROUP : ............................................................
FATHER’S NAME : ............................................................
MOB. NO. : ............................................................
OCCUPATION : ............................................................
MOTHER’S NAME : ............................................................
MOB. NO. : ............................................................
OCCUPATION : ............................................................
RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS : ............................................................
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PIN CODE ...........................................
TEL. NO. : ............................................................
E-MAIL : ............................................................
PRESENT PLACE OF ACCOMODATION
q HOME q COLLEGE HOSTEL qPAYING GUEST
PERSONAL INFORMATION
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NAME OF THE
GUARDIAN/CARETAKER : ................................................................
(In case of paying Guest)
MOB. NO : ................................................................
NAME OF BROTHERS
/SISTERS IF ANY : ................................................................
STUDYING IN THIS
INSTITUTION, MENTION
THEIR CLASS &
BRANCH : ................................................................
HEALTH RECORD : .................................................................
HISTORY OF
PREVIOUS ILLNESS : ................................................................
HAS THE CHILD UNDERGONE
ANY MAJOR OPERATION?
IF YES FURNISH DETAILS : ................................................................
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THIS INSTITUTION
STATED IN THIS HAND BOOK & PROMISE TO ABIDE BY THEM
FATHER /MOTHER’S SIGNATURE
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OUR FACULTY
PRINCIPAL
Sri. J.J. Pinto, M.Tech, Mob.: 9845401699
Automobile Engineering Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Sri Ganeshan R. B.E. Sl. Grade Lecturer 9740668454
& H.O.D.
2. Sri. Surendra Kava DME (AT) Lecturer 9964280055
3. Sri Suresh D.B. B.E. Lecturer 9880543552
4. Sri Vinayachandra K. DME (AT) Lecturer 9740543177
5. Sri. Gangadhara K.B. B.E. Lecturer 9945031544
Civil Engineering Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Sri Ganesh Bhat P.V. B.E. Lecturer
& H.O.D 9480145276
2. Sri Gopalakrishna K.S B.E Lecturer 9481212570
3. Sri. Uttam P.U. B.E. Lecturer 9632274992
4. Sri Ramesh Rao B.E. Lecturer 9844263768
5. Miss. Supriya B.E. Lecturer 9591965139
6. Ms. Chaithra DCE Instructor 9901199696
7. Ms. Savitha DCE Instructor 9164475956
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Computer Science Engineering Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Sri Krishnaraja B.E. Lecturer & H.O.D 9741332253
2. Miss. Swathi B.E. Lecturer 9902647611
3. Miss Sowjanya B.E. Lecturer 9741146826
4. Miss Asha Moolya DCS Instructor 9535821908
5. Miss Jyothi DEC Instructor 9845700861
6. Sri. Anil Pinto DCS System
Administrator 7353224835
Electronics & Communication Engineering Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Ms. Rajeshwari K.N. B.E. Lecturer
& H.O.D. 9964411923
2. Ms. Vidya Y.M. B.E Lecturer 9900598930
3. Sri Vishwanath K. B.E. Lecturer 9964411920
4. Dr. Gurudas S.P. B.E. Lecturer 9945370655
5. Sri. Chandra K.H. DE & C Lecturer 9945048950
6. Ms. Jyothi B.E. Lecturer 9986773651
7. Sri. Harsha B.E. Lecturer 9902880100
8. Ms. Divya DE & C Instructor 9964519958
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Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Sri Dhavalakeerthi B.E. Sl. Grade
Lecturer & H.O.D. 9980687815
2. Ms. Noronha Tarina Rita B.E Sl Grade
Lecturer 8105916990
3. Sri Harish Tantry M. DEE Lecturer 9964280045
4. Sri Sudarshan P. Kini B.E. Lecturer 9964172215
5. Sri Kumareshwar Rathod B.E. Lecturer 9448162180
6. Sri Kiran Y. B.E. Lecturer 8970391204
7. Sri Ramprasad M. B.E. Lecturer 9900475021
8. Ms. Shilpa DEE Instructor 8971888971
Mechatronics Engineering Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Ms. Divya Shenoy B.E. Lecturer
& H.O.D. 9480197402
2. Miss. Rashmi K. B.E Lecturer 9535625442
3. Miss. Akshatha N.M. B.E Lecturer 9743200671
4. Sri Sushanth G. Hegde K. B.E. Lecturer 9844633282
5. Sri Varun Kumar B.E. Lecturer 7259911965
6. Sri Arul Leonard Miranda B.E. Lecturer 9686918989
7. Ms. N. Roopalatha DE&C Instructor 9008969663
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Mechanical Engineering Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Sri Suresh Bhandary DME Lecturer &
H.O.D. 9902178295
2. Sri Nagashayana S.H. B.E Lecturer 9900932746
3. Sri M. Guruprasad Prabhu B.E. Lecturer 8105138245
4. Sri Anudeep K.S. B.E. Lecturer 9901441290
5. Sri Jackson Andrade B.E. Lecturer 8971918720
6. Sri Rohith Kumar N. DME Instructor 9164755385
7. Sri Purandara Acharya M. PUC Mechanic 9902189924
8. Sri. Rajendra K. ITI Jr. Instructor 8197140587
9. Sri Udaya H. ITI Jr. Instructor 9945771569
Science & Maths Department
Sl. Name Qualifcation Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Sri Venkatesh Prabhu M. M.Sc. Sl. Grade
Lecturer & H.O.D. 9880380272
2. Sri Mallikarjuna G. M.Sc., B.Ed. Sl. Grade
Lecturer 9964411906
3. Sri Rajendra B.Sc., C.I.C Lecturer 9448895919
4. Sri Imran Khan A. M.A. Lecturer 9739911159
5. Ms. Priya H.S. M.Sc. Lecturer 9535438148
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Librarian : Ms. Sowmya M.J - 9449471538
Asst. Librarian/SDA : Ms. Poornima Suresh - 9481380720
N.S.S. Offcer : Sri Ramprasad M. - 9900475021
Placement Offcer : Ms. Jyothi - 9986773651
Student Welfare Offcer : Sri Suresh D.B. - 9880543552
Magazine Editor : Sri Mallikarjuna G. - 9611475426
I A Co-ordinator : Sri Suresh D.B. - 9880543552
Sports In-charge : Sri Imran Khan A. - 9739911159
Sri Rohith Kumar N. - 9164755385
Time Table & Workload : Sri R. Ganeshan - 9740668454
Uniform / Dress code : Sri Harish Tantry M. - 9964280045
Youth Red Cross : Sri Ramesh Rao B. - 9844263768
Innovation Club Co-ordinator : Dr. S.P. Gurudas - 9945370655
Free Open Source software : Ms. Noronha Tarina Rita - 8105916990
EDUSAT Co-ordinator : Sri Vishwanath K. - 9964411920
Calendar In-charge : Ms. Noronha Tarina Rita - 8105916990
Language Lab : Dr. S.P. Gurudas - 9945370655
Photography Club : Sri Arul Leonard Miranda - 9686918989
ID card In-charge : Sri Sushanth G. Hegde - 9844633282
Website Updation : Sri Ramprasad - 9900475021
Internet Connectivity : Sri Krishnaraj - 9741332253
Chief Warden (Men & Women) : Sri. J.J. Pinto - 9845401699
Resident Warden (Men) : Rathna Kumar - 9535872174
Resident Warden (Women) : Mrs. Vani - 9591091123
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OFFICE STAFF
Sl. Name Designation Contact No.
No.
1. Sri Harish Bhat, B.Com Offce Superintendent 9482039105
2. Sri Ramesh Amin, M.A. First Division Assistant 9964411905
3. Smt. Shobha A., B.A. First Division Assistant 9632511677
4. Sri Govinda Bhat, B.A. First Division Assistant 9481975071
5. Sri. Ganesh Acharya, B.A. Second Division Assistant 9741994350
6. Miss. Nanda Shetty, Second Division Assistant 9611648247
M.A., PGDCA
7. Smt. Gulabi Senior Division Asssistant 9591309056
8. Sri Suresh Rao P. Attender (E & E) 9741993967
9. Sri Srikanth Salian Helper (E & E) 9845980336
10. Sri Ravindra Kumar Helper (E & C) 9141131191
11. Sri Sundar Salian Attender 9945193835
12. Sri Prabhakara N. Poojary Helper (Auto) 9902206921
13. Sri Radhakrishna Bhat Attender 9945944305
14. Sri Ragavendra Rao Helper (E & C) 9900908940
15. Sri Suraj M. Attender 9980234790
16. Sri Sathisha Attender 8861512845
17. Ms. Revathi M. Kotian Attender 9900917627
18. Sri Harisha Helper (Civil) 9480362659
19. Sri Purushothama Shetty Helper (Mechatronics) 9972772069
20. Sri Damodar T. Devadiga Helper (Mechanical) 9741994152
21. Sri. Sunil Mera Helper (Electrical) 9845139671
22. Sri Guru Prasad Helper (Auto) 9591104114
23. Smt. Vedavathi Helper (E & C) 8197653688
24. Smt. Yamuna D. Helper (Hygiene / Sanitation) 9686715718
25. Smt. Meenakshi K. Group ‘D’ (Hygiene / Sanitation) 8762654376
26. Sri. Rajesha R. Group ‘D’ 9900908047
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ACADEMIC ADVISORS FOR 2013-2014
Sl. No. Class Academic Advisors Contact No.
1. I DAE Gangadhar K.B. 9945031544
2. II DAE Vinayachandra K. 9740543177
3. III DAE Suresh D.B. 9880543552
4. I DCE Ramesh Rao 9844263768
5. II DCE Supriya 9591965139
6. III DCE Gopalakrishna K.S. 9481212570
7. I DCS Swathi Shetty 9902647611
8. II DCS Sowjanya 9741146826
9. III DCS Krishnaraj 9741332253
10. I DEE Harish Tantry M. 9964280045
11. II DEE Sudarshan P. Kini 9964172215
12. III DEE Dhavalakeerthi 9980687815
13. I DEC Chandra K.H. 9945048950
14. II DEC Rajeshwari K.N. 9964411923
15. III DEC Vidya Y.M. 9900598930
16. I DMC Roopalatha 9008969663
17. II DMC Rashmi K. 9535625442
18. III DMC Divya Shenoy 9480197402
19. I DME M. Guruprasad Prabhu 8105138245
20. II DME Anudeep K.S. 9901441290
21. III DME Suresh Bhandary 9902178295
Parents may call the academic advisors for non-receipt of progress report
cards, verifcation of attendance and any clarifcation regarding their ward
from time to time.
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Odd Semester
Sl. No. Name of the Subject Name of the Teacher
handling the Subject
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Even Semester
Sl. No. Name of the Subject Name of the Teacher
handling the Subject
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2.
3.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
FIRST SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9SC03S Applied Science 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9SC01M Applied Mathematics-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9AT13 Automotive Engines 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practical’s
4 9ME01D Engineering Graphics
(Conventional) -- 6 6 4 100 35 25 125 45
5 9AT15P Automobile Workshop
Practice -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9SC10P Applied Science Lab. -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 14 18 32 600 150 750 300
DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9SC02M Applied Mathematics-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EE01E Basic Electrical &
Electronics Engg. 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CP01E English Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9AT24 Automotive Engine
Auxiliary Systems 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
5 9ME24P Computer Aided
Engineering Graphics 2 4 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9AT26P Basic Computer Skills Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9AT27P Automotive Engine
Auxiliary Systems Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 18 16 34 700 175 875 360
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DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9AT41 Mechanics of Machines 4 -- 64 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EE01E Basic Electrical &
Electronics Engg. 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CP01E English Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9AT24 Automotive Engine
Auxiliary Systems 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
5 9ME24P Computer Aided
Engineering Graphics 2 4 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9AT26P Basic Computer Skills Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9AT27P Automotive Engine
Auxiliary Systems Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 18 16 34 700 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9ME31 Engineering Mechanics
& Strength of Materials 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
2 9MEA32 Thermal Engineering 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
3 9MEA33 Manufacturing Technology 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
4 9AT34 Chassis & Transmission 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
PRACTICAL SUBJECTS
5 9AT35P Repair & Maintainance
Lab -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
6 9ME36P Basic Workshop
Practice - II -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
7 9AT37P CAD Practice -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
Total 16 18 544 - 175 700 290 875 360
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DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
SIXTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
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Code
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Duration
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Min
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I.A.
Marks
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Marks
Min
marks
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passing
1 9AT61 Autotronics 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
2 9AT62 Automotive
Mechanics 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
3 9AT63 Body Engineering &
Earth Movers 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
PRACTICALS
4 9AT64P Engine Reconditioning
Lab -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
5 9AT65P Engine Testing Lab -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
6 9AT66P Project Work & Industrial
Visit -- 3 48 3 25 100 50 125 60
7 --- Driving Practice -- 6 96 -- -- -- -- -- --
Total 12 24 576 -- 150 600 255 750 315
DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
FIFTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
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Min
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I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9ME51 Basic Management skills
& Indian Constitution 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
2 9AT51 Machine Design 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
3 9AT52 Modern Automotive systems 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
4 9AT53 Vehicle Management
& Estimation 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
PRACTICALS
5 9AT5AP Modern Automotive
System Lab -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
6 9AT55P Parametric modeling -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
7 9AT56P CASP -- 6 96 3 75 50 25 125 60
8 9AT57P Project Work 3 48 -- 25 -- -- 25 --
9 --- Driving Practice -- 2 32 -- -- -- -- --
Total 16 23 250 650 265 900 360
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DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
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End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9SC02M Applied Mathematics-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CE02M Materials of
Construction-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CE04S Surveying-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
4 9C03D Engineering Drawing
- Civil (Manual -- 6 6 4 100 35 25 125 45
5 9CE10P Surveying practice-I -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CE11P Cad Lab-I -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 12 24 576 -- 150 600 255 750 315
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
FIRST SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
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Code
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Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CP01E English Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9SC01M Applied Mathematics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9SC03S Applied Science 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CE01M Materials Construction-I 4 -- 64 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing /Practicals
5 9SC10P Applied Science Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CE16P Basic Computer Skill -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9CE16P Engg. Drawing (Manual) -- 03 03 - - - - - -
Total 17 15 32 600 240 150 750 300
* 48 hours of contact hours of Engg. Drawing mentioned in II Semester scheme t be covered in I semester
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DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
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Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CE41 Hydraulics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CE42 Environmental
Engineering-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CE43 Water Resources
Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
4 9CE45P Surveying-III 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
5 9CE10P Hydraulics &
Environmental Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CE47P Building Drawing
using CAD -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 -- 700 290 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CE31 Strenth of materials 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CE32 Environmental Engg.-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CE33 Construction Technology 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CE34 Surveying-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing /Practicals
5 9CE35D Building Planning &
Drawing -- 6 6 4 100 35 25 125 45
6 9CE36P Civil Engineering
Materials Testing Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9CE37P Surveying Practice-II -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 275 175 875 345
35
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
SIXTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
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Exam.
Duration
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End Exam.
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Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CE61 Railway, Tunnel &
Harbour Engineering. 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CE62 Estimating and
Costing-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CE63 Design of Steel &
Masonry Structures 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CE64 Construction Management
& Construction of India 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
5 9CE65P Construction Practice -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CE66P Extensive Survey Project* - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9CE67P Project Work-II
(Continuation from
5th Semester) - 3 3 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 31 -- 700 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
FIFTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
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Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CE51 Concrete Technology
& R.C.C. 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CE32 Highway, Bridge &
Airport Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CE53 Estimating & Costing-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CE54EA Elective(Town Planning) 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing /Practicals
5 9CE55D Irrigation & Bridge
Drawing -- 6 6 4 100 35 25 125 45
6 9CE56P Computer Application Lab -- 6 6 3 100 25 25 125 60
7 9CE57P CASP -- 6 6 3 50 25 75 125 60
8 9CE58P Project Work* 3 3 - - - 25 - -
Total 16 18 37 650 250 875 345
* Project Work Examination will be at the end of 6th Semester
* 12 Days Survey Camp outside the Campus
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DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9SCE02M Applied Mathematics-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CP01E English Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EC02E Digital Electronics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CS01C Programming with C 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9EC26P Digital Lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CS26P Programming with
C Lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9CS27P Multimedia Lab - 6 3 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 290 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
FIRST SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9SC01M Applied Mathematics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9SC03S Applied Science 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CS13 Concepts of Electrical &
Electronic Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CS14 Introduction to
Computer Concepts 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9SC10P Applied Science Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EC16P Basic Electronics Lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9CS17P Basic Computer Skill Lab -- 6 6 3 50 50 25 125 60
Total 17 18 35 700 290 175 875 360
37
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CS41 OOP with C++ 4 - 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CS42 Database Management
Systems 4 - 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CS43 Operating System 4 - 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CS44 Software Engineering 4 - 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9CS45P OOP with C++ lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CS46P DBMS lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9CS47P Linux lab - 3 3 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 -- 700 290 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CS31 Computer Organisation 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CS32 Data Structure Using B 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CS33 Computer Networks
Electronic Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
4 9CS34P Data Structures Lab 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
5 9CS35P PC Hardware and
Networking Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CS36P Graphical User
Interface lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9CS37P Web Design Lab -- 6 6 3 50 50 25 125 60
Total 12 24 36 700 340 175 875 375
38
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
SIXTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CS61 Software Testing 4 - 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CS62 Networking Security
and Management 4 - 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CS63EB Mobile Computing 4 - 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
4 9CS64P Software Testing Lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
5 9CS65P Networks Security Lab - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CS66P Project Work-II - 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 12 18 30 -- 600 255 150 750 315
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
FIFTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CS51 Basic Management Skills
and India Constitution. 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CS52 Programming with Java 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9CS53 Web Programming 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
4 9CS54P Programming with
Java Lab 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
5 9CS55P Web Programming Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9CS56P CASP - 6 6 3 50 25 75 125 60
7 9CS57P Project Work - 1* -- 3 3 3 - - 25 25 -
Total 12 21 33 550 230 225 775 315
*Project work-I to be continued in the VIth Semester.
Project work exam will be at the end of VIth Semester
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DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
FIRST SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CP01E English Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EC02E Digital Electronics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9SC01M Applied Mathematics-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EC01C Basic Electrical Engineering
& Electronic Components 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practical’s
5 9EC15P Basic Computer Skills -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EC10P Basic Electrical Engineering
& Electronic Components -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9EC17P Digital Electronics Lab -- 6 6 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 255 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9SC02M Applied Mathematics-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EC22 Semiconductor Devices 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9SC03S Applied Science 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CS01C Programming with C 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9EC25P Semiconductor
Devices Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9SC10P Applied Science Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9EC27P Programming with
C Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 17 18 35 700 290 175 875 360
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marks
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passing
40
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9EC31 Analog Electronic Cercuits 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EC32 Digital Electronics &
Introduction to Micro
Processors 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EC33 Analog Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EC34 Electronic Measurements
& Instrumentation 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9EC35P Analog Electronics
Cercuits Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EC36P Analog
Communication Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9EC37P PCB Design &
Simulation Lab -- 6 6 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 255 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9EC41 Microcontrollers and
Its Applications 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EC42 Digital Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EC43 Data Communication
& Networking 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EC44 Audio & Video Systems 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9EC45P Microcontrollers and
Its Applications Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EC46P Digital Communication
Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9EC47P PC Hardware &
Network Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 290 175 875 360
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marks
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passing
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DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
FIFTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9EC51 Industrial Automation 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EC52 VHDL Programming 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EC53 Advanced
Microprocessors 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EC54 Advanced Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9EC55P Industrial Automation
Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EC56P VHDL Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9EC57P CASP -- 6 6 3 50 25 75 125 60
8. 9EC58P Project Work-I -- 3 3 - - - 25 25 --
Total 16 18 34 650 265 175 900 360
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
SIXTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9EC61 Basic Management Skills
and Indian Constitution 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EC62 ARM Controller 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EC63 Medical Electronics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
4 9EC64P ARM Controller Lab -- 6 6 3 100 35 25 125 60
5 9EC65P MAT Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EC66P Project Work -- 3 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 12 15 27 600 255 150 750 315
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DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
FIRST SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9SC03S Applied Science 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9SC01M Applied Mathematics-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9ME02M Mechanical Engg.
Science 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EE14 Elements of Electrical
Engg. 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
5 9SC10P Applied Science Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EE16P Basic Computer
Skill Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9EE17P Electrical Wiring Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 17 18 35 700 875 360
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9SC02M Applied Mathematics-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CP01E English Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EE23 Electrical Circuits 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EE24 Electronics-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawin/Practicals
5 9EE25P Computer Aided Engg.
Drawing -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EE26P Electrical Circuits
Laboratory -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9EE27P Electronics-I Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 875 360
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marks
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passing
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DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9EE31 Electrical Machines-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EE32 Communication and
Computer networks 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EE33 Electrical & Electronics
Measurements 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EE34 Electronics-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
5 9EE35P Electrical
Measurements Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EE36P Electronics Lab-II -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9EE37P Computer Aided
Electrical Drawing -- 6 6 4 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 290 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9EE41 Electrical Machines-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EE42 Electrical Power
Generation 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EE43 Transmission and
Distribution 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EE44 Power Electronics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawin/Practicals
5 9EE45P Electrical Machines Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EE46P Power Electronics Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9EE47P C-Programming Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 290 175 875 360
Sl.
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QP
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Marks
I.A.
Marks
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Marks
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marks
for
passing
44
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
FIFTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9EE51 Estimation &
Specifcation 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EE52 Switchgear &
Protection 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EE53EA Embedded System 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
4 9EE54P Electrical Work Shop -- 6 6 3 100 35 25 125 60
5 9EE55EAP Embedded System Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EE56P CASP -- 6 6 3 50 25 75 125 60
7. 9EE57P Project Work-I -- 3 6 -- -- -- 25 25 --
Total 12 18 30 18 550 230 175 775 360
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
SIXTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9EE61 Industrial Drives & Control 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9EE62 Utilisation of Electrical
Energy & Management 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EE63 Basic Management
Skills and Indian
Constitution 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
4 9EE64P Electric Motor
Control Lab -- -- 4 3 100 50 25 125 60
5 9EE65P PLC & HDL Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EE66P Project Work -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9EE67P Industrial Visit -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 25 --
Total 12 18 30 18 600 255 175 775 315
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FIRST SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
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QP
Code
Subjects
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Exam.
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Marks
Min
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passing
1 9SC03S Applied Science 5 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9SC01M Applied Mathematics-I 4 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9MC13 Manufacturing Technology 4 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9EE01E Basic of Electrical and
Electronics Engineering 4 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9SC10P Applied Science Lab 6 -- -- 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9EE10P Basic Electrical and
Electronics Lab 6 -- -- 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9MC17P Basic Computer
Skill Lab 6 -- -- 4 100 50 25 125 60
Total 35 -- -- 700 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9SC02M Applied Mathematics-II 4 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9CS01C Programming with C 4 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9MC23 Analog Electronics 4 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9CP01E English
Communication 4 -- -- 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9MC25P Analog Electronics Lab 6 -- -- 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9MC26P Machine Shop Practice 6 -- -- 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9MC27P C' Programming Lab 6 -- -- 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 34 -- -- 700 175 875 360
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passing
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THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
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Subjects
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End Exam.
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Min
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Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9ECC31 Measurements System 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9ECC32 Digital Electronics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9MEC33 Basic of Mechanics &
Thermal Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9MEC34 Fluid Power Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9MC35P Digital Electronics Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9MC36P Computer Aided
Engg. Graphics Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9MC37P Electro-Pneumatic Lab -- 6 6 4 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 290 175 875 360
DIPLOMA IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9ECC41 Microcontroller and
applications 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9MEC42 CNC machine tool
Technology 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9MEC43 Automation and
Computer integrated
Manufacturing system 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9ECC44 Industrial Electronics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9MC45P Microcontroller Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9MC46P Industrial Electronics Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9MC47P CNC Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 18 34 700 290 175 875 360
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passing
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DIPLOMA IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
FIFTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
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Code
Subjects
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Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
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Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9MEC51 Control System 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9MEC52 Micro Scale
Mechanical System 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9ME51 Basic Management Skills
& Indian Constitution 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9ECC53 PLC and its Applications 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
5 9ECC54P PLC Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9MEC55P Control System Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7. 9MC56P Project work and
Industrial Visit -- 3 3 -- -- -- 25 25 --

DIPLOMA IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
SIXTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9MEC61 Industrial Robotics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9ECC62 Design of Mechatronics
System 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EC63 Medical Electronics 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Practicals
4 9MEC64P CASP Lab -- 6 6 3 50 25 75 125 45
5 9MEC65P Robotics Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9MEC65P Project Work -- 3 3 3 100 50 25 125 60
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Min
marks
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passing
Note: Medical Electronics is common to Electronics and communication and Mechatronics
branches
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FIRST SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
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No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9CP01E English Communication 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9SC01M Applied Mathematics-I 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9EE01E Basic Electrical &
Electronics Engg. 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
4 9ME01D Engineering Graphics
(Conventional) 4 6 6 4 100 35 25 125 45
5 9EE10P Basic Electrical &
Electronics Lab 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9ME16P Basic Computer Skills -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Creative activities like
Seminar/workshop/
demos, guest,
lecturers. etc. 4 4 6 -- -- -- -- -- --
Total 12 22 34 550 -- 150 750 300
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9SC02M Applied Mathematics-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9SC03S Applied Science 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9ME02M Mechanical Engg.
Science 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practicals
4 9ME24P Computer aided Engg.
Graphics 2 4 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
5 9SC10P Applied Science Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9ME26P Basic workshop practice
(Fitting, Carp & Forging) -- 9 9 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 15 19 34 600 255 150 750 315
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for
passing
49
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
Sl.
No.
QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9ME31 Engineering Mechanics
& Strength of Materials 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
2 9ME32 Fluid Mechanics
& Machinery 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
3 9ME33 Manufacturing
Technology-I 4 -- 64 3 25 100 35 125 45
4 9ME34 Metrology & Measurements
& Metrology 4 - 64 4 25 100 35 125 45
Practicals Subjects
5 9ME34P Material Testing &
Quality control Lab - 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
6 9ME36P Basic workshop practice-II -- 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
7. 9ME37P Machine Shop-I - 6 96 3 25 100 50 125 60
Total 16 18 470 175 700 290 875 360
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9ME41 Theory of Machines 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9ME42 Thermal Engineering-I 5 -- 5 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9ME43 Manufacturing
Technology-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9ME44 Fluid Power Engineering 2 4 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Practical Subject
5 9ME45P Fluid Power Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9ME46P Machine Shop-II -- 9 9 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9ME47P Perametric Solid
Modeling Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 15 19 34 600 255 150 750 315
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passing
50
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
FIFTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
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QP
Code
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Theory Pract. Total
Exam.
Duration
Scheme of Examination
End Exam.
Max
Marks
Min
Marks
I.A.
Marks
Total
Marks
Min
marks
for
passing
1 9ME51 Basic Management Skills
and Indian Constitution 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9ME52 Thermal Engineering-II 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9ME53 Design of Machine
Elements 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9ME54 Mechatronics 4 - 4 4 100 35 25 125 45
Practical
5 9ME55P Mechatronics lab - 6 6 3 100 100 25 125 60
6 9ME56P C-Programming and
MAT Lab -- 6 6 3 100 100 25 125 60
7. 9ME57P CASP - 6 6 3 50 100 75 125 60
8. 9ME58P Project Work and
Industrial Visit - 3 3 25 -- -- -- --
Total 16 21 470 650 -- 250 875 --
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SIXTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Study and Examination
1 9ME61 Estimating and costing 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
2 9ME62 Automobile Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
3 9ME63 Computer integrated
Manufacturing 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
4 9ME64EC Power Plant Engineering 4 -- 4 3 100 35 25 125 45
Drawing/Practical
5 9ME65P Thermal Engineering Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
6 9ME66P CNC and Costing
Simulation Lab -- 6 6 3 100 50 25 125 60
7 9ME67P Project work (Continuation
from 5
th
Semester -- 3 3 3 100 50 25 125 60
Total 16 15 31 700 -- 175 875 --
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JULY - 2014
CALENDER OF EVENTS
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Tue Commencement of odd semester classes
2 Wed
3 Thu
4 Fri
5 Sat
6 Sun Holiday
7 Mon
8 Tue
9 Wed
10 Thu
11 Fri
12 Sat
13 Sun Holiday
14 Mon
15 Tue
16 Wed
17 Thu
18 Fri
19 Sat
20 Sun Holiday
21 Mon
22 Tue
23 Wed
24 Thu
25 Fri
26 Sat
27 Sun Holiday
28 Mon
29 Tue Kutub - E - Ramzan Holiday
30 Wed
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1 Fri Nagarapanchami Holiday
2 Sat
3 Sun Holiday
4 Mon
5 Tue
6 Wed
7 Thu
8 Fri
9 Sat
10 Sun Holiday
11 Mon
12 Tue
13 Wed
14 Thu
15 Fri Independence Day Holiday
16 Sat
17 Sun Sri Krishna Janmashtami Holiday
18 Mon Vittal Pindi Holiday
19 Tue Sessional Exam - I
20 Wed Sessional Exam - I
21 Thu
22 Fri
23 Sat
24 Sun Holiday
25 Mon
26 Tue
27 Wed
28 Thu
29 Fri Varasiddhi Vinayaka Vratha Holiday
30 Sat
31 Sun Holiday
AUGUST - 2014
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SEPTEMBER - 2014
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Mon
2 Tue
3 Wed
4 Thu
5 Fri
6 Sat
7 Sun Onam Holiday
8 Mon Nativity Holiday
9 Tue
10 Wed
11 Thu
12 Fri
13 Sat
14 Sun Holiday
15 Mon
16 Tue
17 Wed Sessional Exam - II
18 Thu Sessional Exam - II
19 Fri
20 Sat
21 Sun
22 Mon
23 Tue
24 Wed Mahalaya Amavasye Holiday
25 Thu
26 Fri
27 Sat
28 Sun Holiday
29 Mon
30 Tue
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OCTOBER - 2014
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Wed
2 Thu Gandhi Jayanthi Holiday
3 Fri Mahanavami Ayudha Pooja Holiday
4 Sat Vijaya Dashami Holiday
5 Sun Bakrid Holiday
6 Mon
7 Tue
8 Wed Maharshi Valmiki Jayanthi Holiday
9 Thu
10 Fri
11 Sat
12 Sun Holiday
13 Mon
14 Tue
15 Wed
16 Thu
17 Fri
18 Sat
19 Sun Holiday
20 Mon Sessional Exam - III
21 Tue Sessional Exam - III
22 Wed Naraka Chathurdashi Holiday
23 Thu
24 Fri Balipadyami, Deepavali Holiday
25 Sat
26 Sun Holiday
27 Mon
28 Tue
29 Wed
30 Thu
31 Fri
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NOVEMBER - 2014
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Sat Kannada Rajyotsava Holiday
2 Sun Holiday
3 Mon
4 Tue
5 Wed
6 Thu
7 Fri
8 Sat Kanakadasa Jayanthi Holiday
9 Sun Holiday
10 Mon
11 Tue
12 Wed
13 Thu
14 Fri
15 Sat
16 Sun Holiday
17 Mon
18 Tue
19 Wed
20 Thu
21 Fri
22 Sat
23 Sun Holiday
24 Mon
25 Tue
26 Wed
27 Thu
28 Fri
29 Sat
30 Sun Holiday
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Commencement of I, III, V Semester / Supplementary Examinations
Practical - 5.11.2014 to 15.11.2014 Theory - 17.11.2014 to 3.12.2014
DECEMBER - 2014
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Mon
2 Tue
3 Wed
4 Thu
5 Fri
6 Sat
7 Sun Holiday
8 Mon
9 Tue
10 Wed Commencement of even semester classes
11 Thu
12 Fri
13 Sat
14 Sun Holiday
15 Mon
16 Tue
17 Wed
18 Thu
19 Fri
20 Sat
21 Sun Holiday
22 Mon
23 Tue
24 Wed
25 Thu Christmas Holiday
26 Fri
27 Sat
28 Sun Holiday
29 Mon
30 Tue
31 Wed
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JANUARY - 2015
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Thu
2 Fri
3 Sat
4 Sun Holiday
5 Mon
6 Tue
7 Wed
8 Thu
9 Fri
10 Sat
11 Sun Holiday
12 Mon Sessional exams - I
13 Tue Sessional exams - I
14 Wed Makara Sankramana Holiday
15 Thu
16 Fri
17 Sat
18 Sun Holiday
19 Mon
20 Tue
21 Wed
22 Thu
23 Fri
24 Sat
25 Sun Holiday
26 Mon Republic Day Holiday
27 Tue
28 Wed
29 Thu
30 Fri
31 Sat
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FEBRUARY - 2015
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Sun Holiday
2 Mon
3 Tue
4 Wed
5 Thu
6 Fri
7 Sat
8 Sun Holiday
9 Mon
10 Tue
11 Wed
12 Thu
13 Fri
14 Sat
15 Sun Holiday
16 Mon
17 Tue
18 Wed Sessional exams - II
19 Thu Sessional exams - II
20 Fri
21 Sat
22 Sun Holiday
23 Mon
24 Tue
25 Wed
26 Thu
27 Fri
28 Sat
59
MARCH - 2015
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Sun Holiday
2 Mon
3 Tue
4 Wed
5 Thu
6 Fri
7 Sat
8 Sun Holiday
9 Mon
10 Tue
11 Wed
12 Thu
13 Fri
14 Sat
15 Sun Holiday
16 Mon
17 Tue
18 Wed
19 Thu
20 Fri
21 Sat
22 Sun Holiday
23 Mon
24 Tue
25 Wed
26 Thu Sessional exams - III
27 Fri Sessional exams - III
28 Sat
29 Sun Holiday
30 Mon
31 Tue
60
APRIL - 2015
Dates Days Particulars Remarks
1 Wed
2 Thu
3 Fri
4 Sat
5 Sun Holiday
6 Mon
7 Tue
8 Wed
9 Thu
10 Fri
11 Sat
12 Sun Holiday
13 Mon
14 Tue
15 Wed
16 Thu
17 Fri
18 Sat
19 Sun Holiday
20 Mon
21 Tue
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23 Thu
24 Fri
25 Sat
26 Sun Holiday
27 Mon
28 Tue
29 Wed
30 Thu
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Practical - 13.04.2015 to 22.04.2015 Theory - 25.04.2015 to 15.05.2015
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