CURRICULUM FOR THREE YEAR DIPLOMA COURSE

IN

PAINT TECHNOLOGY

UNDER DEVELOPMENT

ANNUAL SYSTEM

Prepared By

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT CELL

INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT TRAINING,U.P., KANPUR-208002

CONTENTS
Sl. No. Particulars I. Study and Evaluation Scheme II. Main Features of the Curriculum III. List of Experts IV. Need Analysis V. Profile Development VI. Job Potential/Job Oportunities 1.1 Professional Communications 1.2 Applied Mathematics-I 1.3 Applied Physics 1.4 Applied Chemistry 1.5 Engineering Drawing 1.6 Introduction to Paint & Polymer Technology 1.7 Applied Mechanics 1.8 Measuring Instrument & Measurement 1.9 Workshop Practices 2.1 Applied Mathematics-II 2.2 Electrical Technology & Electronics 2.3 Computer Application for Engineering 2.4 Process Plant Utility 2.5 Fluid Mechanics & Solid Handling 2.6 Pigments & Extenders 2.7 Natural & Synthetic Resin 2.8 Drying & Paint Media 2.9 Fuel & Material Technology 3.1 Heat & Mass Transfer Operations 3.2 Chemical Reaction Engineering 3.3 Automatic Process Control 3.4 Industrial Management & Entrepreneurship 3.5 Pollution Control & Industrial Safety 3.6 Coating Properties, Evaluation & Quality & Control 3.7 Formulation & Manufacturing of Paint 3.8 Elective (Any One) I. Paint Application II. Printing & Packaging Technology 3.9 Project a. Project Problem b. Field Exposure MISCELLENIOUS Staff Structure Space Requirement List of Equipment Learning Resource Material Annexture-I&II Annexture-III Page No. 1-3 4 5 6 6 7 8-11 12-13 14-17 18-22 23-24 25-26 27-29 30 31-32 33-34 35-37 38-39 40-41 42-44 45 46-47 48-49 50-51 52-55 56 57-59 60-61 62-63 64-65 66-67 68 69 70

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Study & Evaluation Scheme For Three Year Diploma In Paint Technology (Effective From Session ) First Year
Curriculum Periods Per L T D e u r c t a t o w Week L W a o b r k Scheme of Examination Theory Practical Examinati Ses Total Examinati Sessi Mark on on sio onal Dur Ma nal s Dur Ma Mark atio rks Ma atio rks s rks n n 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 160 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 560 3 3 3 3 3 4 20 40 40 60 40 60 260 10 20 20 30 20 30 130

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Tot al Ma rks

Grand Total

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5 4 6 5 8 5 4 3

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- - - - 8 8 1 4 8 9 8 4 400 9 8 Games/NCC/Social and Cultural Activity+Discipline (30+20) Aggregate

1.1Professional Communications 1.2 Applied Mathematics-I 1.3 Applied Physics 1.4 Applied Chemistry 1.5 Engineering Drawing 1.6 Introduction to Paint & Polymer Technology 1.7 Applied Mechanics 1.8 Measuring Instrument & Measurement 1.9 Workshop Practices Total

30 60 60 90 60 90 390

100 70 130 130 70 160 130 70 90 950 50 1000

Note:1. Each period will be 50 minutes duration. 2. Each session will be of 32 weeks. 3. Effective teaching will be at least 25 weeks. 4. Remaining periods will be utilized for revision etc. 5. Field visit and extension lecturer are to be organized and managed well in advance at institute level as per need.

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2 .5 2. 2.5 2.8 Drying & Paint Media 2.5 2.5 2.5 2. 4.1 Applied Mathematics-II 2. Effective teaching will be at least 25 weeks.6 Pigments & Extenders 2.5 2.4 Process Plant Utility 2.Study & Evaluation Scheme For Three Year Diploma In Paint Technology (Effective From Session ) Second Year Curriculum Periods Per L T D e u r c t a t o w Week L W T a o o b r t k a Scheme of Examination Theory Practical Examinati Ses Total Examinati Sessi Mark on on sio onal Dur Ma nal s Dur Ma Mark atio rks Ma atio rks s rks n n 2.7Natural & Synthetic Resins 2. Each period will be 50 minutes duration.5 Fluid Mechanics & Solid Handling 2. Remaining periods will be utilized for revision etc. 5. Each session will be of 32 weeks.5 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 160 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 560 3 3 3 4 40 60 100 60 260 20 30 50 30 130 Subject Tot al Ma rks Grand Total 3 1 3 1 1 3 1 3 1 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 3 6 4 - 4 6 4 4 1 0 4 4 8 4 2 8 1 4 160 5 5 8 Games/NCC/Social and Cultural Activity+Discipline (30+20) Aggregate 2.2 Electrical Technology & Electronics 2. Field visit and extension lecturer are to be organized and managed well in advance at institute level as per need.3 Computer Application for Engineering 2.5 2. 3.9 Fuel & Material Technology Total 60 90 150 90 390 70 130 90 70 220 70 70 160 70 950 50 1000 Note:1.

5 50 50 50 50 70 50 50 50 20 20 20 20 30 20 20 20 70 70 70 70 100 70 70 70 4 3 3 3 60 20 60 60 30 10 30 30 - Subject Tota l Mar ks Grand Total 3 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 3 3 1 3 1 - 3 .4 Industrial Management & Enterprenurship 3. 2.5 2. Field visit and extension lecturer are to be organized and managed well in advance at institute level as per need.3 Automatic Process Control 3.5 2. Paint Application 3. Remaining periods will be utilized for revision etc.2 Chemical Reaction Engineering 3. 3 . Printing &Packaging Technology II.5 2.8 Elective (Any One) I.. Field Exposure Total 90 30 90 90 - 160 70 100 70 100 160 160 70 - - - - 3 70 40 310 30 20 150 100 60 460 160 420 170 590 1050 50 1100 300 700 2100 Games/NCC/Social and Cultural Activity+Discipline (30+20) Aggregate 30% carry over of Ist year 70% carry over of IInd year Grand Total Note:1.4 5 2 3 7 - 1 2 6 4 8 3..5 2. 3. Evaluation & Quality & Control 3. Each period will be 50 minutes duration.1 Heat & Mass Transfer Operations 3.5 Pollution Control & Industrial Safety 3.6 Coating Properties. Effective teaching will be at least 25 weeks.5 2.5 2.Study & Evaluation Scheme For Three Year Diploma In Paint Technology (Effective From Session ) Final Year Curriculum Periods Per L T D e u r c t a t o w Week L W T a o o b r t k a Scheme of Examination Theory Practical Examina Sess Tota Examinati Sess tion iona l on iona Mar Du Mar l l Du M Mar rat ark Mar ks rat ks ks ks ion s ion 2. Each session will be of 32 weeks. Project Problem b. 5.7 Formulation & Manufacturing of Paint 3.- 7 4 6 3 4 7 8 4 1 - - . 4.2 .9 Project a.4 4 .5 2.

Type of the Course 4. Admission Criteria : Diploma in Paint Technology : Three Years Duration : Full Time Institutional : Annual System : 60 : 10 + with Science II and Mathematics II : State Joint Entrance Examination 4 . Intake 6. Duration of the Course 3. Pattern of the Course 5. Entry Qualification 7.MAIN FEATURES OF THE CURRICULUM 1. Title of the Course 2.

.I. H.T.Saxena Retd.Professor Oil&Paint Technology Deptt. Jagdishpur I. S.& Technology Mandhana. Kanpur 7.Tripathi Rama Institute of Engg. Shree Arun Mathani H. 3. G.T.I..2009 at H.T.T.B. Manager H. Kanpur Dehat.I. Shri Lal Ji Patel Lecturer (Chemical Engg.6.) Sanjay Gandhi Polytechnic. R.Professor 5. U. Shri Manish Yadav Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd. Director H.Polytechnic. Kanpur on 03. Pramod Kumar Professor & Head Deptt. Kanpur 4. Dr.K. Kanpur 6. Kanpur 9. Dr.Kanpur are honourably named below 1.. Kanpur.. T.2009 and 26.LIST OF EXPERTS List of experts whose deliberation helped the development of curriculum for three year diploma course in Paint Technology at I..P. Professor Paint Technology Asst.02.R.B. 2.M. Shri Durgesh Chandra Asst. Govt. Dr.of Oil & Paint Technology Asst. Sharma Lecturer Chemical Engg. D. Shri A.Kanpur.S.T.I.S.B.Chandra Retd. Dr.D. Kanpur.. Professor 5 .) 8.B.B..I.T.

higher technological institutes and polytechnics for getting informations about job opportunities. space & equipments etc. man power requirements and job activities of diploma holders in Paint Technology. Developing detailed course contents and coverage time keeping in view the knowledge and skill requirement. Kanpur adopting the following procedure. 2. 1. developing their knowledge and skill both. 6. Paint Technologists work in the research development department. manufacturing department. the use of various kinds of paints and the techniques used for the application of paints. U. industries. 8. Each particular chemical substance makes a particular function in the final product. A Paint Technologist is required in different departments of the paint industries. production department. One studies about paints used for houses and other architectural set-ups.require different kinds of paint or coating formulations to be applied on them.-that are used in making a paint. One studies about the different aspects of paint technology application in this discipline.T. Paint Technology application is a combination of processes-metallic and non-metallic surfaces are chemically treated and then coatings of paint are applied on them for the purpose of protection or for decoration.R.. One also studies about high performance. Different substrate and surfaces.pigments. 5.NEED ANALYSIS Learning in general goes on with life informally but in Education systems there are always some patterns to partake knowledge to desirous ones in definite period and systematic manners. or to canvas or other materials. One studies about the various kinds of paints in the discipline of Paint Technology. paints used for automobiles. Various chemicals are combined together to make a paint. anti-corrosive paints used in factories an industries.P. one studies about the manufacturing of paints. Determining resource input in terms of human and information resources. Paint Technology is the discipline in which one studies about the various ingradientsresin. Paint is a substance composed of solid colouring matter suspending in a liquid medium and and applied as a protective or decorative coating to various surfaces.D. Analyzing activities into knowledge and skill. Planning horizontal and vertical organization of subjects. PROFILE DEVELOPMENT A tool in form of a questionnaire was designed and sent to various organizations. Deriving subject areas from course objectives.etc. technical services or marketing department and paint application department.polymers. aircraft and marine vessels. 6 . Listing job potential and job activities. Feed back was taken from experts through questionnaire.depending on there unique physical and chemical properties. 3. 4. personal interviews and workshops was analyzed and a draft structure of curriculum was prepared in the workshop held at I. In the discipline of Paint Technology. Deriving the course objectives.. Developing study and evaluation scheme. 7.

One will also be able to find employment in industries which are into the manufacturing of raw materials used in the manufacture of paints. due to the growth in these related industries. etc. Job prospects are many for the one who is professionally qualified in Paint Technology. which is dependent on several industries like the housing industry. Besides. 7 . one will also find employment as a supervisor in the application unit of an auto industry. etc. Thus. the automobile industry and the original equipment manufacturing industry. One will be posted in different wings of the paint industry like production department. Though India”s per capita consumption of paints is lower as compared to the developed countries. One may also be posted in the technical service department as a Technical Assistant or Technical Executive. The paint industry. manufacturing department or marketing department. There is hues demand for Paint Technologists in companies which are into the manufacture of home furnishing like almirah. is growing by leaps and bound. polymer suppliers or additive suppliers. One will find employment in large paint manufacturing companies likeAsian Paints India Limited Shalimar Paints Jenson and Nicolson BergerPaintsIndia Limited Nerolac Paints Limited.JOB POTENTIAL/JOB OPPORTUNITIES The employment potential in this industry is hues. and other allied industries like pigment or extender manufactures. The Indian economy today is one of the fastest growing economics of the world. resin suppliers. growth in the paint industry is ensured in the near future with promises of employment for trained Paint Technologists. refrigerators. One will be able to find employment in such home furnishing industries. there is study increase in consumption of paints due to the boom in the economy. This has spread out a wide and prospective field for trained professionals in paint technology.

SL. Proposal writing. Listening. Introduction to communication meaning. unofficial .2 Paragraph writing.1 PART I : COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH (40 Marks) Concept of communication.equals and subordinates. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P methods 5 - 1. Application for a job. importance of effective communication. 6.2 Rationale: Communication forms an important activity of diploma holder. writting and speaking. telegram. informal. 5. Business and personal correspondence (Letters) : Kinds of letters:. Development of expression through A. verbal and nonverbal. It is essential that he/she should be in apposition to communicate in writing and orally with superiors .NO. spoken and written.1 1. e-mail.3. Techniques of communication. Report writing and Note making and minutes writing.3 1. 10 10 10 10 20 75 - - 4.3. 2. tender and order giving letters. Modern tools of communicationFax. demi-offical. 1. channels & media written and verbal.3 8 .2 1. formal. Resume. 1. reading. Development of expression through: 1. Proposal writing Composition Remecial Grammer & Vocabulary Building TOTAL 10 - - 3. types of communucation. It is suggested that maximum attention should be given in developing Communication abilities in the students while imparting instructions by giving maximum emphasis on practice.Official. etc. Report writing (English) Note making and minutes writing Paragraph writing.1 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION [ Common to All Engineering/Non Engineering Courses] L T P 3 .1. Barriers in communication. Essey writing. Telephone.3. Letters(English & Hindi) B. quotation. This subject aims at providing working knowledge of languages like Hindi and English so as to train the students in the art of communication. for reply or in reply. Development of comprehension of English & Hindi through study of text material& language exercises. Essay writing. 50 1. Technical communication Vs. General Communication : Development of comprehension and kowledge of English through the study of text material and language exercises based on the prescribed text book of English.

English and part II Hindi.2 1. B. 3. imaginative. quotation.4 Functional Grammer : Study of sentences and parts of speech (word class). 3. Abbreviations.5 1. Note: Paper should be in two parts. 4. Bookshelf worksheet of Professional Communication. PART II : COMMUNICATION IN HINDI (10 Marks) Development of comprehension and knowledge of Hindi usage through rapid reading and language exercises based on prescribed text material developed by IRDT. 3. Oxford Engilsh Hindi English Dictionary. 2. Press release in Hindi. Application for a job. demi-offical. Preposition. (The students may refer to "Bookshelf worksheet" for technical communication) 2. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. argumentative.A. unofficial . tender and order giving letters. Celebrate a public event. Report writing. 2. P. Development of expression through . for reply or in reply.6 2. New Delhi : Oxford University Press. Phonetic transcription Stress and intonation : (At least 10 word for writting and 10 word for pronunciation) ASSIGNMENT : (Written Communication) Two assignment of approximately 400 word each decided by the teacher concerned. Oral Conversation: Short speeches/declamation : Bid farewell.1. 1. discussion and factual topics. a picture/photograph an opening sentence or phrase a newspaper/magzine clipping or report factual writting which should be informative or argumentative. One word substitution. New Delhi : Oxford 2008 LANGUAGE LAB PRACTICE For the practice/exercise the following is suggested :1. Letter writing in Hindi: Kinds of letters:Official. Singh. New Delhi : Bookshelf 2008 Functional Skills in language and literature by R. Offer 9 . Articles. condolences Debate on current problems/topics Felicitate somebody. Idioms and Phrases. THE FOLLOWING MODEL IS PROPOSED : 1. part I .1 2. Composition on narrative. descriptive. Vocabulary Building : Homophones. 2. 2. Verb.

Through drilling of model words involving different phonetic symbols (Vowels. Aural : Listening to conversation/talk/reading of short passage and then writting down the relevant or main ints in the specified number of words and answering the given questions The assignments/project work are to be evaluated by the internal/ external examiner. 7. 4. MockInterview : Preparation. Report Writting on given outlines 5 Marks There will be a number of short answer questions to test the candidates knowledge of functional grammer. Difthongs). The grammar questions has four parts (Total Part: A For 5 Marks.g. 6. A. 10 marks for assignment (Given by subject teacher as sessional marks) 10 marks for conversation and viva-voce 10 marks for phonetic transcription STRUCTURE OF THE PAPER OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION Distribution of Marks Theory Paper : 50 Marks Sessional : 20 Marks Pratices : 30 Marks Q1. English uses several patterns of sentence formation and the same meaning can be expressed by several patterns e. 4. B. restaurant. Unfolding of personality and Expressing ideas effectively Group discussion on current topics/problems Role Play/ general conversation : Making polite enquiries at Railway Station. Use of OHP and LCD. All questions will have to be answered. 5. The distribution of 30 marks e. structure and usage of the language. Question based on the topics of the prescribed syllabus will be set for testing candidates ability to understand the content. Post Office. Assertive to Interrogative or to exclamatory The second part usually requires blanks in a sentence to be filled in with a suitable preposition and articles. Consonants. enquiring about various goods sold in the market and discussing their prices. Candidates will be required to write one letter (English) and one letter in (Hindi) from a choice of two A. Banks and other Public places. Interchanging degree of comparison. from Hindi Text Book 10 Marks 5 Marks Q2. C For 3 Marks and D For 4 Marks) A. Offering apologies in reply to such complaints. Complaining about service at Hotel.g Noun to Adjective. Active to Passive voice and vice versa. Replying to such enquiries. B For 3 Marks.g. English Letters B. Q4. complain to a company about a defective product you have brought. All the items in this question will be compulsory. Presentation skill.3. Hindi Letters 5 Marks 5 Marks Q3. explain words and phrases. Interchanging Moods Affirmative to Negative. Reframing sentences by changing part of speech e. Direct to Indirect and vice versa. reply to such complaints. from English Text Book B. 10 . making sentence of given words and ability to summarise will be included. This part of the question has to do with the transformation of sentences.

both the composition as a B. the range and appropriateness of vocabulary and sentence structure the correctness of grammatical construction. homophones. A. discussion and factual topics. The choice will normally include narrative descriptive. the quality of the language employed. The main criteria by which the composition will be marked are as follows Q5. uses of idioms and Phrases. The fourth part concerns with one word substitution and abbrevation. punctuation and spelling.C. COMPOSITION : (About 300 Words) (5 marks) Candidates will be required to select one composition topic from a choice of five. 11 . The third part is usually an exercise on tenses. argumentative. D. The degrees to which candidate have been successfully in organising whole and the individual paragraphs.

Consistency of equation. nth term. relation between lines and planes.4 Vector algebra : Dot and Cross product.2 APPLIED MATHEMATICS-I (Common To All Engineering Subject) L T P 3 1 Rationale: The study of mathematics is an important requirement for the understanding and development of any branch of engineering. Algebra-I Trigonometry Coordinate Geometry Differential Calculus-I Integral Calculus-I TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS: 1.2 Binomial theorem for positive. y2=4ax. Application to work done. 1. planes and spheres in space -Distance between two points in space.1 Standard form of curves and their simple properties Parabola x2=4ay.= 1 a2 b2 Tangent and normal 3. 3. TRIGONOMETRY : 2. direction crossing and direction ratios. ____ SL. Application of Binomial theorem. Multiplication system of algebraic equation. negative and fractional index (without proof). 3. sphere x2 + y2 + z2 + 2gx + 2fy + 2wz=d 4. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS .+ --. and shortest distance between two lines Under different conditions equation of a plane lx+my+nz=c.+ -. 2. Representation. CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY : 3. Finding equation of a straight line. Mean 1.2 Straight lines. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 18 7 15 15 20 75 6 2 5 5 7 25 - 1. its application in solving algebraic equations. 2. Mod. Plane geometry.2 Complex number.NO.. 4. Scalar and vector triple product. function and its properties. Modulus and amplitude Demoivre theorem.1 Series : AP and GP. Crammer's rule 1. 5. ALGEBRA-I : 1. Sum. Moment of a force.1.1 Relation between sides and angles of a triangle : Statement of various formulae showing relation ship between sides and angle of a triangle. Complex numbers.I : 12 . The purpose of teaching mathematics to diploma engineering students is to impart them basic knowledge of mathematics which is needed for full understanding and study of engineering subjects.= 1 a2 b2 Hyperbola x2 y2 --.3 Determinants : Elementary properties of determinant of order 2 and 3. 2. Ellipse x2 y2 -.

4. Measure. limits. question. not to be asked in the examination). Evaluation of definite integrals. centre of mean of plane areas. Leibnitz theorem.Function of a function.Finding Tangents. Concept of error for simple function.4 Simpsons and Trapezoidal Rule : their application in simple cases.2 Methods of finding derivative. Higher order derivatives. 5. range and Domain and Derivations of each of these functions.4 Application . sketching of some simple curves (without assumptions. Logarithmic differentiation. Points of Maxima/Minima. Volume of solids of revolution.3 Special functions (Exponential. Differentiation of implicit functions. continuity. 4.functions and their graphs. Acceleration. 4. 5.1 Methods of Indefinite Integration :.3. Hyperbolic. Increasing/Decreasing functions. range and domain.2 Meaning and properties of definite integrals. Partial fraction and by parts. INTEGRAL CALCULUS . Logarithmic.Integration by substitution. elementary test for continuity and differentiability.1 Functions.I : 5. Inverse circular and function). 13 . Normal. velocity. Length of simple curves. Errors and approximation. 5. . Definition.3 Application : Finding areas bounded by simple curves. Graphs. elementary methods of finding limits (right and left). Rate. Integration of special function of 4. 5. 4. .

1.Power and Energy Elasticity Simple Harmonic Motion Simple Harmonic Motion Application of Sound Waves. 14 . random and systematic errors. and order of accuracy in respect to instruments. Units & Dimensions of physical quantities. Significant figures.C. Fiber Optics D. While teaching the subject. Its purpose is to develop proper understanding of physical phenomenon and scientific temper in the students. Acoustics and Ultrasonic A. b. Limitations of dimensional analysis. Circuits Dielectrics Magnetic Fields and Materials Semi Conductor Physics Nuclear Physics Laser & its Application Non-conventional energy sources TOTAL 50 DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Errors in measurements.NO. 6 7. 18. 5. 2. 14. 4. Dimensional formula and dimensional equation. 9. 8.I. subtraction . 3. 13. 10 11. Standard deviation. multiplication and powers). 16. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 4 3 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 6 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 3 75 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 25 - 1. iii) Conversion of numerical values of physical quantities from one system of units into another. 12. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _ SL. ii) Deriving relations among various physical quantities. accuracy and precision. Measurement Vector Force and Motion Dynamics of rigid body (Rotational Motion) Fluid Mechanics and Friction Work.3 APPLIED PHYSICS (Common To All Engineering Subject) L T P 3 1 2 Rationale: Engineering physics is a foundation Course. Variance. Measurement a) Units and Dimensions Fundamental and derived units :S. estimation of probable errors in the results of measurement(Combination of errors in addition. Optics B. teachers should make maximum use of demonstrations to make the subject interesting to the students. 17. 15. Principle of homogeneity of dimensions and applications of homogeneity principle to: i) Checking the correctness of physical equations.

Rotational motion. Fluid Mechanics & Friction Surface tension. Force constant of spring. Magnetostriction. B. Sabine's formula. Resonance and its sharpness. Escape velocity. Circular motion. and maximum horizontal range. Conduction of heat through compound media. 4. Ultra-Sonic :Generation. Radius of gyration. Spring-mass system. Rotational kinetic energy. Resonance. Concept of power and its units. 10. Jet propulsion theory. 15 . Principle of centrifuge. Planck's Law. Q-factor. characteristics of simple harmonic motion. 3.cients of static and dynamic friction and their measurements. Definition of pitch. Elementary concept of polarization. Biprism. projectiles thrown horizontally and at an angle.M.I. Application in new technology 11. Pulse dispersion in step-index fibers. angular acceleration and centripetal acceleration.Duality of wave and particle. Resolving and dispersive power. coeff. Concept of kinetic and potential energy.2. Fiber Optics : Critical angle. Expression of M. Modulus of elasticity Young's modulus. 8. coefficient of thermal conductivity and its determination by (i) Searle's method for good conductors.H. Poisson ratio. and (ii) Lee's method for poor conductors. elastic limit. Simple pendulum. Motion of Multi-stage Rocket. Reynold's number. Rolling down the slant planes. Heat Transfer and Radiation Modes of heat transfer . Problems on time of flight. Resolution of vector. potential energy of a stretched spring.H. 5. Elasticity Elasticity. of regular bodies. Concept of Interference. Power and Energy Work done by force on bodies moving on horizontal and inclined planes in the presence of frictional forces. 7. Yielding point and breaking point. Graphical representation. Coeffi. Practical applications of centripetal forces. Torque. quality and intensity of sound waves. stefan's law. Conservation of energy. loudness. horizontal range. Control of reverberation time (problems on reverberation time). Resilience. Motion of satellites. Wein's displacement and raleigh-Jeans laws. Introduction. 9. Subtraction. 6. Coherence (Spatial and temporal). Simple Harmonic Motion Periodic Motion . Total internal reflection. Hooke's law. of viscosity. Capillaries. viscosity.M. Gravitational force. Definition of free. Optical sensor. Single mode fiber. Relationship between linear and angular velocity and acceleration. equation of S. Radial flow of heat.A Optics Quantum nature of light. Force and Motion Parabolic motion. stream line and Turbulent flow. angular velocity. Calculation of power (simple cases). Addition. Energy conservation in S. Concept of Black holes. Graded index fiber. & its determination by stoke's method. Central forces. Optical fiber. Vector :Scalar and vector quantities. SLV. PSLV and GSLV Rockets.Cartesian components of vector. Physical significance of friction. Bernoulli's theorem. Echo and reverberation and reverberation time. stress and strain. bulk modulus and modulus of rigidity. Static and dynamic frictional forces. Theorems(Perpendicular and Parallel axis) of moment of inertia (Statement). Work. Scalar and vector product of two vector. angular momentum. Conduction and convection. Geo-stationary satellite. Closed and Open organ pipes. undamped and damped vibrations. Acoustics of building defects and remedy. Moment inertia. Derivation of their periodic time. Conservation of angular momentum. forced. and determination of velocity and acceleration. Advantage and disadvantage of friction and its role in every day life. Fraunhoffer single and N-slit diffraction. Grating. End-correction. Kepler's laws. Piezoelectric effect. Principle of fiber optics. Dynamics of Rigid Body (Rotational Motion) Rigid body. Blackbody radiation. various forms of energy. Centripetal and centrifugal forces. Equation of continuity (A1V1=A2V2). Application of Sound Waves Acoustics Standing waves.

12. Formation of transistor. transistor-action. Ballistic galvanometer. 14. emitter and collector currents and their relationship LED's. Mass defect and binding energy. 16 . Nuclear stability. effect of electric field on dielectrics. its charge sensitivity and Current sensitivity. Automatic mass unit. 18. Mass-energy relation. Einstein's co-efficient. Kirchoff's Law and their simple application. Electric potential. Electrons and holes as charge carriers in semiconductors. Introduction to MASER. Ferrites. Nuclear physics Radioactivity. polarization. Circuits Principle of Wheat Stone bridge and application of this principle in measurement of resistance (Meter bridge and Post Office potentiometer. Base. torque on a current loop. P-N junction device characteristics. Solar constant measurement of solar radiation by pyrometer. Energy stored in magnetic fields.C. Principles of Holography. Hysteresis curve of a ferromagnetic materials and their uses. Effect of temperature in conduction in semiconductors. 15. Methods of plotting. potential energy. Nuclear fission and fusion. Principle of Carey-Foster's bridge. Galvanometer. Magnetic Fields & Materials : Dia. Nuclear reactors (PHWR-type and fast breader) and their application. Dielectrics :Electric dipole. Lasers and its Applications Absorption and Emission of energy by atom. Photo electric effect and photo devices. Non-conventional energy sources: (a) Wind energy : Introduction. Para and Ferro-magnetism. 17. Intrinsic and extrinsic semi conductors. Meissner's effect. Poluation inversion. and by Isolation meter (suryamapi) uses of solar energy: Solar Cooker. P-N junction formation. D. scope and significance. Basic idea of super conductivity. Indian wind energy programmer. 13. Fleming left hand rule. Charging/discharging of capacitors. 16. (b) Solar energy: Solar radiation and potentiality of solar radiation in India. Majority and Minority charge carriers. measurement of wind velocity by anemometer. classification of solids into conductors. Main component of laser and types of laser. Semiconductor Physics Energy bands in solids. Energy of a changed capacitor. Magnetic circuits. solar photovoltaic cells. Applications. He-Ne and Semi-conductor laser and their applications. unit of solar radiation. Solar PV plants in India. Forward and reverse biasing of a junction diode. Radioactive emission. barrier voltage. insulators and semiconductors on the basis of energy band structure. radiation damage. Modern applications in technology. Moving coil. Spontaneous and Stimulated Emission. solar energy collector. Hysteresis. solar water heater. P-type and N-type semiconductors.Ruby Laser. general principle of wind mill.

Determination of frequency of AC mains by melde's methods (Transverse and Longitudinal Mode) 8. Determination of 'k' for good conductor (Searle's Method). 11. Determination of internal resistance by potentiometer. 1. 10. Determination of 'Y' (Young's Modulus) by Searle's Method. 13. 9. To measure solar intensity (determine solar constant) with the help of Insolation meter 16. Determination of Spring constant.Box. Determination of coefficient of friction on a horizontal plane. Determination of 'g' by plotting a graph T2 verses l and using the formula g=4 c2/Slope of the graph line 4. To observe Characteristics of p-n Junction diode on oscilloscope. Determination of specific resistance by Carry Foster bridge.PHYSICS LAB Note: Any ten experiments are to be performed. 3. 5. NOTE : Students should be asked to plot a graph in experiments (where possible) and graph should be used for calculation of results. ( Suryamapi ). 12. 2. Determination of viscosity coefficient of a lubricant by Stoke's law. 14. To measure instantaneous and average anemometer. Determination of E1/E2 by potentio meter. wind velocity by indicating cup type anemometer/hand held 15. 17 . Verification of Kirchoff's Law. Determination of resitivity by P. Determination of velocity of sound by resonance tube.O. Demonstration of He-Ne laser (Interferometer) 17. 6. 7. Results should be given in significant figures only.

1. VSEPR theory. CHEMICAL BONDING : Overview of basic concept. Valence bond theory. 9. 16. 2. 14. Co-ordination bond. Schrodinger wave equation. The teachers are expected to guide the students in the classroom and the laboratories according to the curriculum by demonstrations and by showing relevant materials and equipments to inculcate interests in learning among students. Hydrogen bonding. This curriculum intends to impart technical knowledge along with productive practice to the students of the diploma engineering. 18. 13. Matter wave concept. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 4 6 3 4 6 4 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 4 6 9 75 - 1. 12. 4. 18 . 6 7. Atomic Structure Chemical Bonding Classification of Elements Instrumental Methods Electro Chemistry Chemical Kinetics Catalysis Solid State Colloids Lubricants Environmental Pollution and Control Water Treatment Corrosion Fuels Glass and Ceramics Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds Organic Reactions Organic Materials TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Crystal field theory for tetrahedral carbon. Hybridization.2 Rationale: Engineering Chemistry has profound and deep relationship with the industrial and environmental technology. 8. Shaples of orbitals. 17.NO. Molecular orbital theory. Quantum number. 5. 3. 2. 15. Haisenberg's Uncertainty Principle. ATOMIC STRUCTURE : Basic concept of atomic structure. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS ____ SL.4 APPLIED CHEMISTRY [ Common to All Engineering Courses] L T P 3 . 10 11.

Buffer solutions. Application 8. Properties of colloidal solution with special reference to absorption. Fuel cell.Primary. Types. Concept of pH and it measurement by pH meter. BCC. ELECTRO CHEMISTRY : Arrhenius Theory of electrolytic dissociation. CHEMICAL KINETICS : Introduction. Catalytic promotors and poison . Common ion effect with their application. SOLID STATE : Types of solids (Amorphous and Crystalline). CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS : Modern classification of elements (s. Beer-Lamberts Law and Application of spectroscopy. reference electrodes (Hydrogen electrode) cells . Periodic properties : Ionisation potential electro negativity. Metallic). Boiler feed water boiler scale formation. 12. Standard electrode potential. depletion of Ozone layer. Laclanche's or dry cell. 4. General measures to control environmental pollution. FCC. Arrhenius and Lewis theory. INSTRUMENTAL METHODS : UV-visible. Industrial application. Specific industrial pollution like Euro-I and Euro-II. tyndal effect. Electrolytic conductance. Application of colloids chemistry in different industries. Semiconductors and Insulators). 19 . Ionic. Redox reactions. Necessarily and various kinds of lubricants. Born-Haber cycle. 5. Rate loss. Dispersed phase and dispersion medium Methods of preparation of colloidal solutions. types of Crystals. 9. properties and uses.p. IR and NMR spectroscopy. Solubility product. EMF of a cell and free energy change. Softening methods (Only Sods lime. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND ITS CONTROL : Concept and various types of environmental pollution with special reference to air pollution and water pollution. Disadvantage of hard water in different industries. Ostwald dilution law. COLLOIDAL STATE OF MATTER : Concept of colloidal and its types. rate constants. Numerical problems based on topics. Basic principles. Activation energy. 11. Brownian Movement. 10. Dialysis and electro dialysis. Activation energy. Different system of colloids. WATER TREATMENT : Concept of hard and soft water. Classification (Molecular. LUBRICANTS : Definition. Chemical and photochemical reaction. 6. 7. Acid storage cell (Lead accumulator) and Alkali stroge cell (Edison accumulator). Electro-chemical cell (Galvanic and Electrolytic). preparation. Electro chemical series and its application. Synthetic lubricants and cutting fluids. Emulsion. classification. Concentration cells. Importance of additive compounds in lubricants. Properties of lubricants. relative stability of hydrophilic and hydrophobie colloids. Autocatalysis and Negative catalysis. Ist order reactions and 2nd order reactions. Crystal imperfection.3. its function in bearing. Protection and protective colloids. Its limits and determination of hardness of water by EDTA method. Solar cell (Photovoltaic cell ). Transport number. Corrosion. Hardness of water. Green house effect. Smog formation. Concept of Acid and bases : Bronsted. order and molecularity of reaction. Function and mechanism of action of lubricants and examples. Theory of catalysis. Electro phoresis and coagulation. Electron affinity. Secondary and Fuel cell. Covalent. Zeolote and Ion exchange resin process). Electrode potential (Nernst Equation). Indicators. CATALYSIS : Definition Characteristics of catalytic reactions. Acid rain. Band theory of solids (Conductors.d and f blcok elements). Various species in atmosphere.

Diastereoisomers 17. ORGANIC REACTIONS : 1. Estimation of chlorides in water. FUELS : Definition of fuel. Characteristics imparted contaminants such as colour. Bio gas. Definition of BOD and COD. Industrial application of glass and ceramic. Chemical and electrochemical theory of corrosion. CNG and Solar energy Numerical Problems based on topics 15. B. achiral stereogenic centre. . Oil gas. Break point chlorination (Free residual chlorination ). Carbanion C. CORROSION : Concept of metallic corrosion.Caustic embritlement. Oxide film formation and its characteristics. its classification and their composition. Disinfecting of Water : By Chloramic. Introduction to ceramics materials.Petroleum and its refining. A. plane of symmetry.Coal gas. Prevention of corrosion by various methods. odour. Configurational isomers a. Elementary idea of manufacturing process of glass. Reaction Intermediates i. Recycling of water-Theory and Process. Conformers or Rotamers (Only ethanes) 2. Industrial waste and sewage. 20 . LPG. Sulphonation.Definition of chiral. Fundamental auspects A. Calorific value and determination of calorific value of solid and liquid fuels by Bomb calorimeter by Dulong's formula. Gasoline from hydrogenation of coal (Bergius process and Fischer tropsch's process) Gaseous Fuel . GLASS AND CERAMICS : Concept of glass and its constituents. 16. Mesomeric Electromeric.hydrolysis of alkyle halide. electrophillic substitution halogenation. Mechanism of addition reaction (Markonicove's Rule. Advantage and disadvantage of chlorination. Mechanism of Substitution reactions (Nucleophillic. distillate of petroleum (Kerosene oil. Cyanohydrin and Peroxide effect). Regents electrophiles and nucleophiles B. 14. Structural isomerism 2. Its constituent. Municipality waste water treatment. Enantiomers b. Various effects of substituents . tarnishing fogging and rusting. Classification and uses of different glass. Liquid fuel . Octane number and Cetane number Cracking and its type. by various impurities or Analysis of Water : A. 13. 2. Disel and Petrol). Determination of dissolved oxygen. Ozone and Chlorination with its mechanism. Niration and friedel-Craft reaction. Types of corrosion and factors affecting the corrosion rate.Inductive. Water gas.Types of steroisomers1. priming and foarming.Types of isomerism 1. Stereoisomerism (a) Geometrical (b) Optical . Benzol and Power alcohol. Producer gas. B. Free radical ii. Numerical problems based on topics. taste and sediments and their analysis. STEREOCHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC COMPOUND: . Knocking.Isomerism . Carbocation iii. Anti-knocking agents.

types of detergents and its manufacturing. 2. Inorganic polymers . Average degree of polymerisation. E.C. Terylene or Decron. PMMA. ORGANIC MATERIALS : A. Dehyrohalogenation of primary alkyl halide. Dynamite. Buna-N. ADHESIVES 21 . Brief idea of bio degradable polymers. Polyurethanes. PVC. Polymers. Urea formaldehyde. 18.Silicones B. Condensation polymer and their industrial application : Nylon 6. 3. Bakelite. EXPLOSIVES : TNT.6. PAN. Characteristics of Polymers and their classification A. Buna-S. PVA. 3. Teflon.A. Introduction . Saponification of fats and oils . B. PAINT AND VARNISH F. RDX. Monomers. Lipids. Average molecular weight. POLYMERS : 1. Nylon 6. General idea of Bio polymers 5. C. Melamine formaldehyde. Addition polymers and their industrial application Polystyrene. 6.Dehydration of primary alcohol. SOAPS AND DETERGENTS : 1. Mechanism of Elimination reaction . Synthetic detergents. B. Fats and Oils 2. Polymerization. Free radical polymerisation (Mechanism) 4. Introduction to basic terms used in polymer chemistry and technology. Manufacturing of soap.

LIST OF PRACTICAL 1. Cu++. Sr++. So4-2. Mn++. To analyse inorganic mixture for two acid and basic radicals from following radicals A. To determine the strength of given HCl solution by NaOH solution using pH meter 5. Sn++. Acid Radicals : CO3--. Fe+++. I. Bi+++. 4. As+++. 3. Zn++. Cl-. Pb++. Ca++. 22 . Basic Radicals : NH4+. To determine the percentage of available Chlorine in the supplied sample of Bleaching powder. Sb+++. Determination method of temporary hard ness of water sample by O-hener's method. Mg++ B.. Ba++. Co++ Ni++. To determine the total hardness of water sample in terms of CaCo3 by EDTA titration method using E Br indicator. Al+++. Cd++. S--. CH3COO-. 6. To determine the Chloride content in supplied water sample by using Mohr's methods. Br_ . No3. Cr+++.. SO3--. NO2-.

It is expected that at the end of this session. Sizes of drawing sheets and their layouts. 11. In Production Engineering). Dairy Engineering.5 ENGINEERING DRAWING (Common To Three Year Diploma Courses in Civil Engineering. Electrical Engineering) (Also common to First Year Diploma Course in Chemical Technology Spl. Lettering techniques B.2 1. which is known as the language of engineers. instruments and their uses. 5. the above refered job functions of a technician in the industry. ___ SL. Thus. providedto him by technologists and subsequently to translate them to the craftsmen for actual execution of the job. for the effective and efficient communication among all those involved in an industrial system. 10. 4. Ceramic Engineering. In Production Engineering). Correct use and care of Instruments.This course in Engineering Drawing has been designed. it becomes necessary that the perosonnel working in different capacities acquire appropriate skills in the use of this graphic language in varying degrees of proficiency in accordance with their job requirements.NO.Generally speaking.engineers. Chemical Engineering.1.8 Rationale Drawing. 15. 14. 3. the students acqures sufficient skill drafting and some ability in spetial visualization of simple objects.3 Latest Indian Standards Code of Practice to be followed. an engineering technician working at the middle level of the threetier technical manpower spectrum. keeping in view. Introduction to various drawing. Textile Technology. In Fertilizer Technology & Rubber and Plastic Technology) L T P . Drawing Instruents and their use A. 1 23 . 2. 1. 6.1 1. Introduction to scales Conventional Presentation Principles of projections Orthographic projection of simple geometrical solids Section of Solids Isomatic Projection Free Hand Sketching Development of surfaces Assembly and dissembly drawing Orthographics Projection of Machine Parts Practice on Auto Cad TOTAL CONTENTS NOTE : 1. The translation of ideas into practice without the use of this graphic language is really beyond imagination. 13. Mechanical Engineering(Spl. is required to read and interpret the designs and drawings. Electrical Engineering. draftmen and craftmen in the industry. The contents of the course have been selected as to form a core for the various deversified fields of engineering. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 4 8 8 8 16 24 20 20 16 24 24 12 16 200 1. instruments. Drawing. 7.. This preliminary course aims at building a foundation for the further courses in drawing and other allied subjects.is a widely used means of communication among the designers. Textile Chemistry) (Also common to Four year part time diploma courses in Mechanical Engineering (Spl. technicians.

2. (a)

Lettering Techniques 1 Sheet Printing of vertical and inclined, normal single stroke capital letters. Printing of vertical and inclined normal single stroke numbers. Stencils and their use.

(b) Introduction to Scales 1 Sheet Necesssity and use, R F Types of scales used in general engineering drawing. Plane, diagonal and chord scales. 3. Conventional Presentaion : 2 Sheet Thread (Internal and External), Welded joint, Types of lines, representation of materials, Conventional representation of machine parts. 4. (a)

Conventional

Principles of Projection 1 Sheet Orthographic, Pictorial and perspective. Concept of horizontal and vertical planes. Difference between I and III angle projections. Dimensconing techniques. (b) Projections of points, lines and planes. 1 Sheet

5 (a)

Orthographic Projections of Simple 3 Sheet Geometrical Solids Edge and axis making given angles with the reference planes. Face making given angles with reference planes. Face and its edge making given angles with referance planes. (b) (c) 6. Orthographic views of simple composite solids from their isometric views. Exercises on missing surfaces and views

Section of Solids 1 Sheet Concept of sectioning Cases involving cutting plane parallel to one of the reference planes and prependicular to the others. Cases involving cutting plane perpendicular to one of the reference planes and inclind to the others plane, true shape of the section 7. Isometric Projection. 2 Sheet Isometric scale Isometric projection of solids.

8. Free hand sketching 1 Sheet Use of squared paper Orthographic views of simple solids Isometric views of simple job like carpentary joints 9. Development of Surfaces 1 Sheet Parallel line and radial line methods truncated surfaces (Cube, prism, cylinder, cone and pyramid). 10.

of developments. Development of simple and

Assembly and Disassembly Drawings 2 Sheet Plummer block Footstep bearings Couplings etc. Rivetted & Welded Joints

11. ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION OF MACHINE PARTS: 2 Sheet Nut and Bolt, Locking device, Wall bracket 12. PRACTICE ON AUTO CAD : To draw geometrical figures using line, circle, arc, polygon, ellipse, rectangle - erase and other editing commonds and osnap commands (two dimensional drawing only) NOTE : The drawiang should include dimension with tolerance whereever necessary, material list according to I.S. code. 25% of the drawing sheet should be drawn in first angle projection and rest 75% drawing sheet should be in third angle figure

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Basics of paints Introduction to oils Fundamentals of Polymer Classification of polymer Polymerization techniques TOTAL

DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. BASICS OF PAINTS: General Introduction of Paint industry, definition of Paints, varnishes and lacquers their constitutions and functions. General classification of surface coating, mechanism of film formation, 2. INTRODUCTION TO OILS: Source and composition of oils, non –glyceride, component of oils, classification, extraction and refining of oils, Chemical reactions of oils, like oxidation, hydrolysis, glyceralysis, saponification etc, and their evaluation, characterization of oils. 3. FUNDAMENTALS OF POLYMERS: Introduction & historical background macro-molecular concept, monomers & polymers nomen clature of polymer, feature & characteristic of a polymer, definition of polymerization, rate of polymerization, average degree of polymerization , polymerization and functionality. oligomers high polymers . Scope of elastomeric, fiber forming and plastic materials. 4. CLASSIFICATION OF POLYMERS: Types of polymerization, addition ( chain) polymerization condensation polymerization, comparison between addition and condensation polymerization. 5. POLYMERIZATION TECHNIQUES: Bulk and Suspension, solution & emulsion polymerization.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Physical testing of drying oils for colour,sp.gr. & R.I.. Physical testing of semidrying oils for colour, sp. gr. & R.I.. Physical testing of nondrying oils for colour, sp. gr. & R.I.. Determination of acid value of oils. Determination of iodine value of oils. Determination of saponification of oils. Oil/fat splitting to recover fatty acids & glycerol Preparation of Polystyrene by bulk polymerization. Preparation of Polyacylate by solution/ polymerization.

10. Preparation of Polyacrylate by bulk emulsion.

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Concurrent and non-concurrent forces.. Introduction: Mechanics and its utility. Law of triangle of forces and its converse. Ceramic. Generalised theorem of moments. Application to simple problems on levers-Bell crank lever. and theory and design of steel & masonry structures as well as RCC designs. (2) Rubber and Plastic Technology ] L T P 2 1 1 RATIONALE: The subject Applied Mechanics deals with fundamental concepts of mechanics which are useful for the students for further understanding of the second & final year subjects like S. 2. Equilibrium of forces. Introduction Force Analysis Moment and Couple General condition of equilibrium Friction Machines Stress & Strain Beam & Trusses Thin cylindrical & spherical shells TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Principle of physical independence of force. Rigid body. System of Forces : Concept of coplaner and non-coplaner forces including parallel forces. 4. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 2 8 4 4 6 6 8 6 6 50 4 2 3 3 3 4 3 3 25 25 1. Architecture Assistantship. 8. Computer Engineering] [ Also Common to Four year Part-time Diploma Course in Mechanical Production Engineering ] Engineering (Spacialization In [ Also common to First year Diploma Course in Chemical Technology:(1) Fertilizer Technology. Principle of transmissibility of a force. The subject enhances the method ability of the students. Resultant force.1. 9. beams and wheels. Properties of a couple .. Concept of scaler and vector quantities. 27 . Dairy. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL. 3.conditions of equilibrium of coplaner concurrent force system. lever safety valve. wireless mast. Effect of a force. 7. jib crane and other structures. 5. Civil & Rural Engg. compound lever. 2. steel yard. moment of a couple. 6. Agriculture. Law of parallelogram of forces. Chemical Engineering. Law of polygon of forces. 3. Moment & couple: Concept of Varignon's theorem.7 APPLIED MECHANICS [ Common to three years Diploma Course in Civil Engg. Determination of resultant of any number of forces in one plane acting upon a praticle.O.NO. Tension & compression. Solution of simple engineering problems by analytical and graphical methods such as simple wall crane.M. Simple applied problems such as pulley and shaft.

longitudinal. Concept of various types of stresses and strains . statement of force law of equilibrium. Simple screw jack. Concept of tie & strut. General Condition of Equilibrium: General condition of equilibrium of a rigid body under the action of coplaner forces. compression shear. input. problems on eqilibrium of a body resting on a rough inclined plane.limiting and dynamical friction. Conditions of sliding and toppling. Bow's notation. Changes in dimensions and volume of a bar under direct load (axial and along all the three axes). Friction: Types of friction:statical. modulus of rigidity and bulk Modulus. calculation of reaction at the support of cantilever and simply supported beams and trusses graphically and analytically. torsion. Mechancial advantage. angle of friction. bending. simple wheel and axle. space diagram. Poisson's ratio. Beams & Trusses: Definition of statically determinate and indeterminate trusses. 5. funicular polygon. graphical solution of simple determinate trusses with reference to force diagram for determining the magnitude and nature of forces in its various members. 28 .4. mechanical efficiency and relation between them for ideal and actual machines. yield point. thin spherical and cylinedrical shells subjected to internal pressure. 7. Changes in the dimensions and volume of a thin shell subjected to internal fluid pressure. Ultimate stress. moment law of equilibrium. statement of laws of sliding friction. cylinderical and spherical shells. differential wheel and axle. Law of a machine Lifting machines such as levers. velocity ratio. 6. Definition of modulus of elasticity. application of above on body. Thin cylinderical and spherical shells: Differentiation between thick and thin shells. Stresses and strains for homogeneous meterials and composite sections. simple problems on friction. 8. polar diagram. Machines: Definition of a machine. load deformation diagram for mild steel and cast iron. Elasticity. Stresses and strains: Concept of stress and strain.(simple problems only) 9. Hook's law. single pulley. circumefrential and volumetric strains. lognitudinal stresses. Types of supports. output. working stress. Coefficient of friction.circumferential or hoop stresses. differential screw jack. Weston differential pulley. Definitions of tension. simple worm and worm wheel. Concept of volumetric and lateral strains. Analytical methods: method of joints and method of sections. three system of pulleys.

To find the reaction at supports of a simply supported beam carrying point loads only. To find the coefficient of friction between wood.steel. (King / Queen post truss) 8. To verify the law of principle of moments.APPLIED MECHANICS LAB : PRACTICALS 1. To find the forces in the jib & tie of a jib crane 7. 29 . 4. To verify the law of parallelogram and triangle of forces. velocity ratio and efficiency of any three of the following machines: (i) Simple wheel & axle (ii) Differential wheel & axle (iii) Differential pulley block (iv) Simple Screw jack (v) Simple Worm & worm wheel (vi) System of Pulleys (any type). 5. To find the forces in the members of a loaded roof truss. 6. copper and glass. To verify the law of Polygon of forces. 3. To find the mechanical advantage. 2.

1. (2) Rubber and Plastic Technology ] L 2 Rationale: The curriculum of measuring instruments and measurements deals with various measuring instruments like pressure and vacuum gauges. optical and radiation pyrometers. 2. General classification of industrial instruments. 4. 2. PRESSURE AND VACUUM GAUGES: Liquid column gauges. venturimeters. 3. rotameters positive displacement type flow meters. Indicating and recording type of instruments. THERMO METERS AND PYROMETERS: Bimetallic thermometers. Static & Dynamic characteristics of instruments. The bubbler system. venturi and nozzle type flow meters. thermocouples. FLOW METERS: Orifice. pitot tube. 30 . Melleod gauge. Bourdan tube gauge.NO. orifice. Float actuated level meters. Introduction and Classification of Instruments Pressure and Vacuum gauges Thermometers and Pyrometers Flow meters Liquid level meters TOTAL DETALLED CONTENTS INTRODUCTION & CLASSIFICATION OF INSTRUMENTS: Importance of instruments in chemical process industries. 5. Description and constructional details. ranges and application of following instruments. 3 4.8-MEASURING INSTRUMENTS AND MEASUREMENTS [ Common to Three year Diploma Course in Chemical Technology : (1) Fertilizer Technology. Ionization and thermal conductivity meters. LIQUID LEVEL METERS: expansion thermometers. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 10 10 10 10 10 50 5 5 5 5 5 25 - 1. rotameters etc. Visual indicators. pyrometers. working principle. The students will be well aware of use of these instruments which will inculcate their knowledge. Electrical contact type liquid level indicators. static pressure type instruments. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _ T 1 P - SL. liquid resistance thermometers. 5. thermometers. diaphragm box and air trap system.

8 Rationale A diploma holder in any branch of engineering has to work in between a skilled workman and an Engineer.)] L T P .9 WORKSHOP PRACTICE [Common with Civil Engg. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL. For development of skills workshop practice is very essential. in Production Engg. etc. peg. Ex-2 To prepare metal surface for painting. * The sequence of polishing will be as below: i) Abrassive cutting by leather wheel. 4. Ex-5 Zinc coating by electroplating method.first spray primer and paint the same by spray painting gun and compressor system. apply primer and paint the same.] [Four year Part time Mechanical Engg. EX-1 EX-2 EX-3 EX-4 Ex-5 EX-6 Ex-7 31 . in Rural Engg. 9. Civil Engg. 3. 8. Foundry shop Smithy shop Welding shop Machine shop Fastening Shop DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Plumbing shop B. hanger. To prepare french polish for wooden surface and polish the other side. Chemical Technology (fertilizer). In order to have effective control over skilled workmen it is necessary that the supervisory staff must have adequate knowledge and skill. 2. (sp. EX-3 To prepare a metal surface for spray painting. Agriculture. Four year chemical Engg. Electrical. name plate. 6. Carpentry shop Painting & polishing shop Sheet metal and soldering shop Fitting shop A. Chemical Technology (Rubber & Plastic)... 5. Carpentry Shop : Introduction & demonstration of tools used in carpentry shop Planing and sawing practice Making of lap joint Making of mortise and tenon joint Making of briddle joint Making of dovetail joint Making of any one utility article such as wooden picture frame. ii) Pollishing with hard cotton wheel and with polishing material. Ex-6 To prepare any utility job.). (sp. Dairy. * EX-4 Buffing and abressive polishing of brass job. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P TOTAL 24 16 24 24 16 20 24 20 16 12 200 1. 7. Painting and Polishing Shop: EX-1 To prepare a wooden surface for painting apply primer on one side and to paint the same side. 2. Ceramic.NO.1.

5 A. job. EX-2 Study of-bib cock. Plate and taping the same to creat threads as per need.iii) Buffing with cotton wheel or buff wheel. EX-5 Spot welding. EX-4 To make a square or hexogonalhead bolt. EX-7 Utility article-to prepare a screw driver or paper weight.S. 9. 7. EX-3 Welding of Butt joint after preparation of the edge. shearing and bending of sheet. Ex-6 To drill a hole in M. EX-2 Cutting. rod. EX-6 Utility article-to preapre a ceiling fan hook. and to fit it on wooden practice board. Foundry Work Ex-1 Study & sketch of the foundry tools. by spot welding machine.S. EX-4 'T' joint welding after preparation of edge. EX-5 To make a cylinder and to solder the same. Plumbing Shop : EX-1 Cutting and threading practice for using socket. Fastening Shop EX-1 Practice of bolted joints EX-2 To prepare a rivetted joint EX-3 To make a pipe joint EX-4 To make a threaded joint EX-5 Practice of sleeve joint 3. EX-5 Making bolt & nut by tap and die set. 6. EX-3 Filing and squaring of chipped M. Smithy Shop : EX-1 Study & Sketch of Tools used in smithy shop. 32 . Sheet Metal Working and Soldering Shop : EX-1 Introduction & demonstration of tools used in Sheet metal working shop. 5 B. Ex-2 Plain and step turning & knurling practice. double seam. Welding Shop : EX-1 Welding practice-gas and electric. wheel valve and gate valve etc. EX-3 To make a screw driver with metalic handle. shank. EX-3 To prepare a soap case by the metal sheet. piece. EX-7 Welding practice by CO 2 gas welding 8. Ex-3 To prepare the green moulding sand and to prepare moulds (single piece and double piece pattern sweep mould) Ex-4 Casting of non ferous (lead or aluminium) as per exercise 3. EX-6 Welding of plastic pieces by hot strip method. Fitting Shop : EX-1 Introduction & demonstration of tools used in Fitting Shop. EX-7 Study and sketch of various types of stakes/anvil.S. double open mouth spanner for 18" hexagonal head of a bolt. cistern or stop cock. EX-2 To braze M. EX-2 Hacksawing and chipping of M. Hemp and wired joints.S.S. EX-8 To braze small tube/conduit joints. Ex-3 Study and sketch of planning/Shaping machine and to plane a Ractangle of cast iron. EX-1 To prepare square or rectangular piece by the M. EX-2 Welding for lap joint after preparing the edge.S.S. EX-6 Preparation of different type of joints such as Lap joint-single seam. flat. EX-4 Filing on square or rectangular M. 4. Ex-2 Study & sketch of cupula & pit furnace. Machine Shop EX-1 Study & sketch of lathe machine. EX-5 To make a ring with hook for wooden doors. elbow and tee etc. EX-4 To make a funnel with thin sheet and to solder the seam of the same. Flats/Tipped tools on M.

Order. Multiplication of matrices. 1. Null matrix and a unit matrix.5 Eign Pairs. Linear. Degree. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL.3 Linear Dependence. Matrices Ordinary Differential Equations Differential Calculus-II Integral Calculus-II Probability & Statistics TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. 1. 2. Skew symmetric. Skew hermition. Unitary. Nonlinear equation. 2.2 Elementry Row/Column Transformation : Meaning and use in computing inverse and rank of a matrix.2.NO.1 Formation. Order. MATRICES : 1.Consistency of equations. Determinant of a matrix.1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS II (Common TO All Engineering Subject) L T P 3 1 Rationale : The study of mathematics is an important requiremen for the understanding and development of concepts of Engg. Hermitian. Inverse : Addition. geometrical. Degree and Meaning of solution of a differential equation. Computing rank through determinants. Types. students is to give them basic foundation and understanding of mathematics so that they can use the same for the understanding of engineering subjects and their advancements. Cofactors. 1. Definition and Computation of inverse of a matrix.The purpose of teaching mathematics to the Diploma Engg. Elementary row transformation and through the concept of a set of independent vactors. Square matrix. Cayley-Hamilton theorem (without Proof) and its verification. mechanical and electrical considerations.2 First Order Equations : 33 . 5. diagonal and Triangular. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 15 15 15 15 15 75 5 5 5 5 5 25 - 1. ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION : 2. Use in finding inverse and powers of a matrix. Rank of a Matrix : Linear dependence/independence of vectors.4 Types of Matrices : Symmetric. Cayley-Hamilton Theorem : Definition and evaluation of eign values and eign vectors of a matrix of order two and three. 2.1 Algebra of Matrices. Orthagonal. Solution : Formation of differential equations through physical. 3 4. Definition and computation of a rank of matrix. 1.

canchy type equation. derivatives.2 Beta and Gamma Functions : Definition. Solution of ordinary differential equations. 5. PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS : Probability : 5. 5.3 Second Order Linear Equation : Property of solution.3 Binomial Distribution : Properties and application through problems. Unit step and Periodic functions. Use.2 Distribution : Discrete and continuous distribution.--. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS-II : 3. gradient. x2 + y2 =a2 . Gradient. equations reducible to linear form with constant coefficients. Homogeneous and Non. radioactive decay.3 Vector Calculus : Vector function.Five integrals.homogeneous equations. their use in evaluating integrals. surface integral.4 Simple Applications: LCR circuit.2 x2 y2 z2 --. Use of gradient f. Partial derivatives. Eulens theorem for homogeneous functions. 2.II 4. divergence and curl Some indentities among these. 2.+ --. Force vibration of a mass point attached to spring with and without damping effect. Gauss and stokes theorem and application 4.1 Laws and Conditional probability 5. Meaning of the sum of the series at various pairs. Linear and Bernoulli form exact equation and their solutions. Odd and even function. 4. equations reducible to seperable forms. INTEGRAL CALCULUS .4 Poisson Distribution : Properties and application through problems 5. identification of surfaces in space z=x2 + y2.1 Laplace Transform : Definition. Motion under gravity. Higher order derivatives. Population growth. x + y = 2 x2 y2 z2 --.1 Function of two variables. Grean. double and triple integral. Relation between the two. Chain rule. Linear equation with constant coefficients. Basic theorem and properties. 4.+ ---= 1 a2 b2 c2 Partial Derivatives : Directional derivative.Variable seperable.5 Normal Distribution : Properties and applications through problems 34 .3 Fourier Series : Fourier series of f(n)- c <x< c .. Newton's law of cooling.+ ---= 1 a2 b2 c2 3. Equivalence of electrical and mechanical system 3. 5. Jacobians. 3.

. Theory Three Phase Circuits Measurement & Measuring Instruments Electronics D. 9. 35 . 6.Representation of a sinosoidal quantity by a mathematical expression and phasor.f.m. Significance of P. 4. A. Electric Induction A. 7. R. Definition of cycle.C. advantages of three phase supply. 11.impedance. ELECTRIC INDUCTION: Faraday's Laws of electromagnetic induction. Extension of their ranges. 2. Frequency. C. simple numerical problems. Form factor. (ii) Working principle and construction of the following instruments.M. Statically and Dynamically induced e. Instantneous. Machines Transformers Synchronous Machines Induction Motors Electro Heating Electro Plating TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. 4. 5. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL.L. (a) Ammeter & Voltmeter (Moving coil & Moving Iron). Fleming's left hand and right hand rule. (b) Dynamometer type wattmeter. Lenz's law. phase and phase difference. THREE PHASE CIRCUITS: Production of Three phase voltage.2 ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY & ELECTRONICS (Common with Three Year Diploma In Mechanical Engineering & Dairy Engineering) L T P 3 1 2 Rationals : The superiority of electricity as power over other means in use in home or industry can now be denied.m. 3. Power in three phase circuits. C. Relationship between phase and line values of currents and voltages. Time period.F. Active and reactive power. Amplitude.2. C. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 1 4 8 14 8 6 8 8 6 6 5 75 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 25 - 1. Self and mutual induction. Relationship of voltage and current for pure resistance. peak factor. series and parallel circuits. Solution and phasor diagrams of simple R.f. pure inductance and pure capacitive reactance. 10. MEASUREMENT & MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: (i) Primary and secondary instruments –Indicating & Recording and Integrated instruments. Concept of star and delta connections. 2. So it is imperative to introuce the paint technology studentt with electricah machines and their various uses. Average.NO. maximum values of sinosoidal wave.S. 3. THEORY: Production of alternating e. 8.

Back e. Introduction to basic logic gates and microprocessors. Speed torque characteristic. 11.f.f.m.phase transformers. Constructional details¬ e. E. equation. A. Generator: Working principle. D. General faults and their remedies. Engery Meter. Application of induction motors in industry. of electroplating 8. ELECTROPLATING: Importance of electroplating. TRANSFORMERS: Working principle and constructional details of a single phase and 3. wattmeter Use of digital ELECTRONICS: Basic idea of semi conductors P & N type. Transistorr-PNP and NPN-their characteristics and uses at an amplifier (Brief description only). Anodising. e. General faults and their remedies.m. (b) Synchronous Motors: Working principle.m.M. INDUCTION MOTORS: (a) Three Phase Induction Motors: Working principle and constructional detaile-Types of induction motorsSlipring and Squirrel cage. (iii) Measurement of power in a single phase and three phase circuits by multimeter for measurement of voltage & Current and testing of devices. C. Losses and efficiency. Synchronous condenser. Torque equation. FET. (b) Single Phase Induction Motors: Working principle and constructional details and application of single phase motors (Split phase. Cooling of transformers. Types of D. MACHINES: D. Slip in induction motors.F. series motors. 6. motor and elementary idea of their characteristics. 36 . Constructional details. Starting and speed control. to operational amplifier. Processes used in electroplating. Types of alternators. C. Constructional details.. ELECTRC HEATING: Types of electro heating. 7. Capacitor start and Run Motor). Types of generators and their applications. Devicee like UJT. DIAC. Elementry idea of auto transformers and welding transformers. equation. SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES: (a) Alternator Working principle.(c) Single Phase A. D. TRIAC (Brief introduction. C. Semi conductor diodes & Zener diodes and their applicationn in rectifiers. 10. Condition for parallel operation. equation. Methods of speed control (Description Only). 9. Brief description of resistance ovens and induction furnace and core furnaces. Vector diagram. C. Introductio. Effect of excitation on armature current and power factor.f. C. 5. Prniciple characteristics and application of SCR. Motor: Working principle. Principle and equipement used. C.

To change the speed and direction of rotation of d. To measure slip of an induction motor by direct loading.C.phase/A. (b) Auto Transformer Starter. UJT. 12. To measure the terminal voltage with variation of load current of (a) D. 10. substractor. 5. To change the speed and direction of rotation of d.c. To connect a fluorescene tube and note its starting and running current. 14. in a 3. compound generator. 16. 7. Transistor. Testing of electrical devices . differentiator and integrators.F. 8. To locate the faults in an electrical machine by a megger. in a single phase circuit by Ammeter. 2. To measure power and P. comparator. To measure power and P. 11. Voltmeter and Wattmeter.'s and different loads. SCR.C. To calibrate a single phase energy meter at different P.C.F. 15. circuit by two wattmeter method. Use of operational amplifier as adder. 4.Zenor. To start and change the direction of rotation of an induction motor. 9. 37 . (b) D. To start and run a induction motor by (a) Star Delta Starter. To perform load test on a single phase transformer and determine its efficiency. (b) Field control method.c.ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY & ELECTRONICS LAB 1. Diode.F. (b) Field control method. compound motor by (a) Armature control method. shunt motor by (a) Armature control method. To draw characteristics of Silicon Controler Rectifier (SCR). 3. FET. 13. 6. To measure transformation ratio of a single phase transformer. shunt generator.

Hard disc drive. Chemical Engg. Goto. Letters & Mailing. Language. Byte and Word.2. Formula.. etc.. Automobile. Mechanical Engg. Octal. Introduction to Computer Introduction To Operating System MS DOS/Windows MS-Word MS-Excel MS-Power Point MS-Access Introduction to Internet Concept of Programming TOTAL DETAILEL CONTENTS Introduction to Computer: Block Diagram of Computer. Footwear and Leather Goods Tech. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL. CD-ROM Drive. Page Number. Send to. Close. Change case.U. Header/Footer. Select All.NO. Chemical Tech.3 Rationale: Computers are being used for design and information processing in all branches of engineering An exposure to fundamentals of computer programming is very essential for all diploma holders this subjecs has been included to introduce students in the use and application of computers in engineering. Hexa decimal number system. Leather Technology. Chemical Tech. Bullete & Numbering. Format: Font. 3. Types of Computer Central Processing unit (Controì unit.. 5. Insert: Break. MS EXCEL: 1. (Fertilizer) ] L T P 1 . etc. Conversion from Decimal to Other System and vice-versa Bit. ) & memory Unit. Auto Format. Visual Display Unit. Customize. Dairy Engg. Reference.(Specialisation in Production. Paragraph. Copy. 8.3 COMPUTER APPLICATION FOR ENGINEERING [Common with Civil Engg. Find. Date & Time. Save. View : Normal/Web Layout/Print Layout. Insert. Options. replace. 2. INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS (MS-DOS/MS-WINDOWS:) What is operating system. etc. Delete. Zoom. Column. Symbol. Table : Draw. AutoFit. etc. Floppy disk drive. etc. Comment. Civil (Spl. Savå as. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 5 3 4 3 3 3 2 2 25 75 1. Types of Input and Output devicee and memories. Convert.L.. Edit : Cut. 7. Features/Application of window. Electronics Engg. Word Count. 38 . Back ground. Office Clipboard. its significance. A. With Rural). Print and Page Setup. Select.(Four year Sandwitch). Tools : Spelling & Grammer.Instumentation and Control Engg. Refrigeration and Air conditioning). Cermics..Paste. Commands of DOS. Search.. Borders & Shading. 4. 4. etc. 2. 3. Print Preview. Sort. Keyboard. MS WORD: File : Open. Tool Bars. (Rubber & Plastic). 6. Magnetic & Tape Drive Number system Conversion) Binary.

Use of Tools/Icons for preparing simple applications. Introduction to Internet: What is Network¬ How to send & receive messages. sending/replying e. in built functions in MS EXCELL. using search engines. Introduction. 3. Creating simple presentation on Power Point. Composing. COMPUTER APPLICATION FOR ENGINEERING LAB List Of Practicals 1. Correcting. 7. Sending/replying emails. 4.5. 8. Creating mail ID. Use of Tools/Icons for preparing simple presentation of Power Point. 39 . 8. Concept of Programming : Flowcharting. Creating. modifying tables in MS ACCESS. 7. Algorithm techniques. Creating labels. MS ACCESS: Introduction. Use of Search Engines. generation of simple forms in MS ACCESS. 5. Creating Mail ID¬ Use of Briefcase. 6. Formattin. Creating simple spread sheet. report. and Article (Letter/Essay/ Report) on MS Word and taking its print out. 6. editing. Surfing differeno web sites. Use of Tools/Icons for preparing simple applications.mails. MS POWER POINT : Introduction. 2. Practice on utility commands in DOS. Checking mail box. etc. Surfing web sites. using.

Detailed knowledge concerning these utilities will enable the supervisor on chemical shop floor to run the various process equipment efficiently. 6. water and steam are principal plant utilities in any chemical process. 4. produced/forced draught concept. Petro Chemical) L T P 3 1 Rationale: Air. detail of wet steam. pressure reducing station : Steam ejectors. Quantity of heat spent in generation. 3. Ideal cycle of a steam plant. 5.Fuel Oil. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL.total heat of super-heatet steam. Generation Process & Steam Properties Types of fuels used in boilers Steam Generator Steam Distribution Pressure Vacuum system Water Water Treatment Technique Demineralization Cooling Water TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS GENERATION PROCESS & STEAM PROPERTIE Generation of steam at constant pressure phases of transformation. lay out of piping. Rice husk. Pressure-temperature. specific volume of wet & super-heatet steam Simple problemes using steam-table. 1.Latent heat of wet steam.Boiler mountings and accessories. STEAM DISTRIBUTION: Pipe quality.2. 3. 2. Fertilizer. STEAM GENERATOR: Type of steam generators (boilers)-Fire tube & water tub and their principles. 9.4-PROCESS PLANT UTILITIES (Common with Chemical Engineering. Coal. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 12 4 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 75 5 1 2 2 4 2 3 3 3 25 - 1. 4. Natural gas. 2. 8.NO.dry & saturated steam. Ways of increasing the efficiency to steam power plant (No numerical question). Dryness fraction. 7. curve for steam Latent Heat-external work of evaporation Sensible heat of water. etc. steam trap. PRESSURE VACCUM SYSTEM: 40 . Elementry concept and principles of modern water tube boilers. Chemical Technology (Rubber & Plastic. TYPES OF FULEB USED IN BOILERS : Types of fuels used in boilers. 5.

8. filteration. Principals. suspended solids. by Flow Sodium DEMINERALIZATION : Demmiralization flow diagram. 41 . COOLING WATER: Recycling of water. WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUE : Water treatments techniques. Coagulation by Iron compounds like Alum. Cooling towers. 9. turbidity. storage. Steam Ejectors. Cation and Anion exchangers milded bed. etc. diagram. 7. Vaccum Pump. like sodium and chromates. details and probleme like sealing use of inhibitors. quality parameters like hardness. sedimentation. Regeneration of cation and anion exchangers and degasor.6. WATER : Different water resources. Fan. Compressures. Softened Carbonate and Bi-carbonate. Construction and working of Blowers.

Reynols experiment.2. calculation of friction loss due to enlargement. 6.NO.S. fittings and valves..P. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _____ SL. FLOW OF INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS: (i) Shear stress distribution in a cylindrical tube. Theoretical and experimental work will indicate their interest in learning and teaching among the students and teachers. (ii) Reynols No. 3.H. Fanning equation and Hagen Poiseuille equation friction in pipes. 5. 2. Coefficient of velocity. coefficient of discharge (Simple numerical problems). 4. contraction. AFluids Flow of incompressible fluids Measurement of flowing fluids Transportation of fluids BIntroduction Characterisation of Solid Particles Size Reducation Handling of Solids Mechanical Separation Mixing Equipments TOTAL 150 DETAILED CONTENTS PART . cavitation. 2. Bernaulli's theorem. weirs and notches (Their construction and derivation of formulae simple mumerical problems. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 5 10 10 10 5 5 6 8 6 10 75 1 2 2 4 3 2 2 3 3 3 25 - 1. ball mills etc.A 1.Elementry knowledge of laminar and turbulent flow. 1.crushing. 4. 42 . (iii) Flui manometers. 2. pipes. tubing. losses MEASUREMENT OF FLOWING FLUIDS: Orifice meter. (v) N. venturimeter. filteration & mixing equipments. 3. description and simple numerical problems. pitot tube.5 FLUID MECHANICS & AND SOLID HANDLING (Common with Chemical Technology (Rubber & Plastic ) L T P 3 1 6 Rationale: Solid handling is the fundamental of different machine and equipments used in the chemical industries such as grinding. chain belts and screw conveyor. (iii) Continuity equations. velocity distribution for Newtonion fluid. Definition:-Cofficient of contraction. fluid heads and power requirement calculation. rotameter. FLUIDS (i) Properties (ii) Classification of Fluids. (iv) Friction factor. fittings & (Valves numerical problems) 3.

4. TRANSPORTATION OF FLUIDS: Classification of pumps, construction and operation of rotary, centrifugal and gear pumps. PART-B 1. INTRODUCTION: Concept and role of unit operation in Industries.

Air lift, reciprocating,

CHARACTERISATION OF SOLID PARTICLES: Characterisation of solid particles, screening equipments, standard screens, screen analysis, Grizzles, trommels. 3. SIZE REDUCTION: Theory of crushing, Rittinger's law, Kick's law, Crushing and grinding machinery; their classification, general description of jaw crusher, gyratory crusher, rol crusher, hammer mills, ball mills, open circuit and closed circuit Systems. 4. HANDLING OF SOLIDS : Conveying equipments, their classification industrial application, Belt conveyors, chain conveyors and screw conveyors. 5.

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general construction and

MECHANICAL SEPARATIONS: (i) Types of filtration equipement, their application and operation, sand filters, filter press, leaf filters, rotary filters, filter aids. Centrifugal filtration. (ii) Classifiers. (iii)Thickener (iv) Cyclones. 6. MIXING EQUIPMENTS: Mixing equipments used for liquid-liquid, liquid-solid and liquid-gas system.

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FLUID MECHANICS AND SOLID HANDLING LAB
1. To determine the co-efficient of discharge of orifice-meter. 2. To determine the co-efficient of discharge of venturimeter. 3. To determine the co-efficient of discharge of V-Notches. 4. To determine the co-efficient of discharge of Rectangular Notches. 5. To determine coefficient of velocity (Cv), coefficient of (Cc) and verify the relation between them. 6. To determine friction losses in pipes and fittings. 7. To verify loss of head due to (a) Sudden Enlargement. (b) Sudden Contraction. 8. Tï verify Bernoullie's Theorem . 9. To perform Reynold's experiments. 10. To determine the efficienct of a centrifugal pump. 11. Study the following. (a) Reciprocating Pump. (b) Pressure Gauge/Water Meter/Mechanical Flow Meter/Pitot Tube. .12. To study & draw a layout of Chemical Engineering lab. 13. To analyse the given sample on a set of screens and report the analysis. 14. To determine the critical speed of a ball mill. 15. To determine the efficiency of disintegrator. 16. To determine filteration constant by a plate and frame filter press. 17. To determine the rate of settling of slurries of various concentration draw a height VS time curve. 18. To determine the efficiency of Jaw crusher. 19. To study and sketch a Rotary filter. discharge (Cd),coefficient of contraction

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PIGMENTS AND EXTENDERS
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Introduction Inorganic Pigments Extenders Organic pigments Miscellaneous pigment TOTAL

DETAILED CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION: Concept of colour phenomenom, classification of pigments, testing of pigments,oil absorption value, bulking value, sp. Gravity, reflux index, mass tone, redusing power, tinting, resistance to heat. Definition of Dyes pigment, dyes stuffs, toners and lake pigment etc. 2. INORGANIC PIGMENTS: (A)- White pigment such as titanium di-oxides, zinc oxide, Zinc Sulphate & Lithopone etc. (B)- Color pigments natural and synthetic iron oxide, lead chromate , silico chromatees and moly badatia, chromegreeem, chromium oxide, cadmium pigments, Prussian and ultramarine blue,black, mercuric sulphide, synthetic inorganic complexes etc. (C)- Metallic pigments such as aluminium, Zinc, copper alloys, stainless steel etc. anti corrosive pigments such red lead, silicon chromate, zinc and strontium chromate white molybdates, calcium plumbate etc. Functional and miscellaneous pigments such as cuprous and mercuric oxides, barium meta borate nnacreous luminescent etc. 3. EXTENDERS: Sources, manufacture, properties and uses of extenders pigments such as carbonates, silicates, sulphates, oxides, aluminates etc. Lead carbonate, sulphate, silicate etc, antimony oxides, zirconium oxide and silicate, potassium titanate etc. 4. ORGANIC PIGMENTS: Natural organic pigments, comparison of organic pigments and inorganic pigments General method of preparation and classification of synthetic organic pigment. Basic and acid dye pigment. 5. MISCELLANEOUS PIGMENT: Phthalocyanine blue and green, hunsa alloys rubine, tonners, para reds.toludine, metallic, phosphorocent, flourocent peral,treated pigments.Testing and identification of organic compound.

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convertible film formers. branched and cross linked film formers and co polymers. reaction of phenol and formaldehyde. chemistry and formulation of various alkyed. Zink and polymerization rosin. phenolic resins. RESINS AND SHELLAC: Shellac: orgin. alkyed constant manufacturing process classification. 2. extraction of lac. French police. 5. gums and glue.NO. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 9 6 6 9 12 12 12 9 75 3 2 2 3 4 4 4 3 25 - 1. natural & synthetic resins modified alkyed. saturated polyesters. 7. Identification of rosin. carothers and its application. Processing of natural resins like copal congo etc. FUNDAMENTAL OF SYNTHETIC FILM FORMERS: Fundamental film formers. Introduction to natural resins Resins and Shellac Bitumin Fundamental of Synthetic film formers Alkyd resin Amino resin Polyurethanes Vinyl and acrylic TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. different kinds of lac and their props. 4. 8. leather finishes aleoresinous varnishes etc.2. 5. composition of lac. raw material. 3. water soluble alkyed. Recovery of resin and turpentine from aloe resin. 46 . properties and application of polyester resin. curing mechanism. modification of rosin-calcium rosinate.INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL RESINS : Classification and properties of natural resins. properties. linear. water soluble polyesters. functionality and its determination. 2. novalac and cresals resin production properties and application of various phenolic water souble phenolic. classification types of phenols used. chemical modification of shellac for use in coatings . pitched. 6. BITUMIN: Bitumin. polymerization and molecular weight. maleoprimaric acid from rosin etc. components and components and formulation of unsaturated polyester resin. ALKYD RESIN: Alkyed resin. natural bitumin like gilosonise and petroleum in Bit pitches general properties and uses of gums and glues cellulose source. chemical structures of monomers. non. 3. modification of alkyed such as co polymerized alkyeds. from shellac. 4. properties and deficiencies resin film. oleoresin and its composition. modification of cellulose for use in surface coatings like cellulose esters. Resins sources. ethers.7 NATURAL & SYNTHETIC RESINS L 3 TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS T 1 P 0 SL. properties and application of various types alkyed. polyester resin.

7. water soluble acrylic . properties and application of various single and two pack system. Epoxies chemistry of epoxy resins. alkylation and curing reaction. dimerised fatty acids. properties and application of silicone resins. synthesis of silicone resin’s. Use vinyl co polymer and their properties. structural properties relationship. 47 . classification of poly urethanes. 8. modified silicone. terpene resin. properties and application in surface coatings & water soluble and other amino resins. reaction of the isocynate group and their hazards. resin from petroleum products. formulation of two pack system like solvent base coatings solvent less high solids and coating for epoxies . cumerone and indene resin.6. single pack epoxies like epoxy ester thermoplastic epoxy etc. ketone resin. POLYURETHANES: Poly urethanes: various isocynates used. AMINO RESIN: Amino resin : urea formaldehyde and melamine formaldehyde resin formulation of methyl products. poly carbonate etc. silicone resin. properties and application of various polyamides. hydro carbon resin . polyamide resin. miscellaneous resin : fluoro polymers. VINYL AND ACRYLIC: Vinyl and acrylic : vinyl and acrylic monomer type of vinyl resin used in surface coating . epoxy resin manufacture. various epoxy modified resin and their application water soluble epoxies. thermo plastic and thermo settling acrylic. poly amines and acids used.

their of drying action. their evaluation and recommendation for water based and solvent based coatings. and dispersing agents. boiling point aromatic content. manufacture of driers. acid part of driers. secondary and auxillary. evaluation of plasticizers. 3. thickening agents. dehydrated coaster oils. properties. solubility parameters. additives for latex paints like surface – active agents. properties of different metal as well as organize radical of metal organize driers. 2. yellowing of oils modifies oils like heat treated oils. DRIERS: Introduction of dries. mechanism of plasticization. combination and dosage of driers.2. segregated.8 DRYING OILS & PAINT MEDIA L 3 TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS T 1 P 4 SL. 5. toxicity rate of evaporation. co polymerized oils. isomerized oils. importance. reconstituted oils etc. ADDITIVE: Additive: function of additives. semi drying & non drying oils. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 15 15 15 15 15 75 5 5 5 5 5 25 - 1. additives for solvent thinned like wetting. general properties of solvents like solvent power. SOLVENT: Solvent: types of volatile solvents. 4. antifoam agents. etc classification like true solvents. 2. types of plasticizers with their properties.NO. anti settling and bodying agents anti skinning agents and anti flooding agents etc. classes of solvents with their sources. malenised oils. effect of solvent on film properties. preservatives coalescing agents etc. 4. types of driers like primary. PLASTICIZERS: Plasticizers: definition. Function of metals as well as. Introduction Driers Solvent Plasticizers Additive TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. latent solvents and diluents. 5. evaluation of solvents. 3. 48 . INTRODUCTION: Properties and uses of some commonly used drying.

Preparation & testing of cobalt octerate driers. 6. Preparation & testing of dehydrated coaster oils. 49 . Testing of volatile solvent for Distillation Range. Preparation & testing of maleinised oils. 8. Testing of volatile solvent for Flash Point. 2. 7. 4. 3.DRYING OILS & PAINT MEDIA LAB 1. 5. Preparation & testing of lead napthenol driers. Preparation & testing of stand oils. Preparation & testing of boiled oils.

NO. 5. 3.Carbonization (Low temperature and High temperature). 3. 4. Viscosity. Principle description and operation of Jig and washers. 2. Kerosine. INTRODUCTION Introduction of various Solid. Octane no. 3.& Ignition delay). 1. LIQUID FUELS: (i) Fueì Oil. Plastics and Refractories are commonly in use in chemical plants. GASEOUS FUELS: Natural Gas & LPG –Advantages and disavantages of gaseous fuels. 2. (ii) Properties (Density. Cetane no. Bituminous and Anthracite and Coke Calorific value Definition and experimental determenation by bomb callorimeter and calculations Washing of coal. 4. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 5 10 10 8 8 5 7 8 7 7 75 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 25 150 1. Gasoline.2.9-FUEL MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY (Common with Chemical Engineering. Chemical Technology (Fertilizer. The student will enhance their knowledge in the field of fuel and material technologies relatet to chemical industries. Materials like Ferrous Metals. Purpose of washing. Flash & fire Point. SOLID FUELS: Wood. 2. Petro Chemical) L T P 3 1 Rationale: The student of chemical engineering has to deal with various types of fuels and materials The fuels generally used are solid liquid and gaseous Their properties advantages and disadvantages are included in the curriculum. Lignite. 50 . 5. Deseì Fules. Coal (Peat. Charcol. (iii) Advantages and disadvantages of liquid fuels. AIntroduction Solid Fuele Liquid Fuels Gaseous Fuels Combustion Calculation BIntroduction Ferrous Materials Other Materials Heat Treatment Corrosion TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS PART-A FUEL TECHNOLOGY 1. 4.. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _ SL. Liquid and Gaseous fuels.

comparision of properties of various polymers and their applications. numerical Quostions. FCC. 5. 2. Various method of corrosion control. Brass. B. Non-metallic materials of construction (a) Ceramics. Various types of Corrosion. Edge hardening and cold work of metals. structure of solid phase. Various modes of deformations-crystal defects. Bronze. Introduction of non ferrous material.Various types specially glasses refractories. High Alloy Steel. 4.Classification. hardening. HEAT TREATMENT: Various types of heat treatment like annealing. 3. HCC.5. properties and application. PART-B MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION: Factors affecting the selection of material for construction purposes in chemical industries. 51 . Aluminiumium. FERROUS MATERIALS: Case Iron. OTHER MATERIALS: A. different types of structures BCC. COMBUSTION CALCULATION: Calculation of percentage of products of combustion. (b) Polymers . Plain Carbon Steel. CORROSION: Electro chemical theory of corrosion. copper. Low Alloy Steel. 1.

condensers. The subject have experiments as well.To further study the subject Heat transfer Operations is included to get the knowledge of modes of Heat transfer like conduction.I. 4. Thermal conductivity. Hollow cylinder. 9.. insulators used in chemical plant. crystalysers.. extraction operation. BMass Transfer Packed Tower Distillation Extration Humidification Drying TOTAL 150 DETAILED CONTENTS PART-A 1. Dittus Boelter's equation-simple numerical 52 . 8.. AModes of Heat transfer Conduction. Radiation. CONVECTION: Natural and froced convection. Crystalliysers. Peclet No. humidification and drying processes in chemical industry. 2. Conductance. CONDUCTION: Fourier's law. 2. 2. Grashoff No. distillation.3. Physical significance of dimension less number.It is the further step of Unit Operation deals with the gas absorption. Multilayer cylinder log mean area. Convection. Different heat exchangers. Stanton No. convection and radiation. Nusselt No. 5.flat Wall. Multilayer flat wall. 3. MODES OF HEAT TRANSFER: Conduction. 6. boiling point diagrams. 5. Simple numerical problems in S. Heat Exchanger Condenser. 7. 4.. 3. Units. geometric mean area & Arthmatic mean area. Different types of simple numerical will be dealt to get the chemical engineering students aware of the problems generally occuring the industries. Prandle No. Evaporaters. evaporators. 1. Reynold No. to be awareof the facts involved in actual process.1 HEAT TRANSFER OPERATIONS & MASS TRANSFER OPERATIONS (Common with Chemical Technology (Rubber & Plastic) L T P 6 2 4 Rationale: The subject already dealt as mechanical operations & Solid handling fluid mechanics in first and second year was the fundamentals. convection & radiation. 3. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 3 4 4 4 5 4 5 4 4 5 8 10 7 5 3 75 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 4 2 2 1 25 - 1.NO. Insulation.. 6. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL.

optimum thickness of insulation. Wein's displacement law. Radiant Heat transfer coefficient. CRYSTALLIZERS: Classification of crystallizers.a 2. Emissive power. diffusion in the gas phase-Equimolecular counter diffusion. (a) (b) (c) EVAPORATORS: Construction and description of Horizontal tube types. based on condition in 53 .problems using Dittus Boelter equation.a m. Derivation of the following relations. Rate of diffusion in Mass Transfer. cross . the stefen Boltman law. Individual heat transfer coefficient and over all heat transfer coefficient. CONDENSER: Film-wise and Drop-wise condensation. --.P.Scale formation and cleaning devices. 1.= -----. absorption and transmission of radiation. HEAT EXCHANGERS: Log. Fick's law. gray surfaces or gray body. 3. Heat loss from a pipe. Standard vertical type or calendria type. Transfer Coefficient. Shell & Tube heat exchanger.M. Finned tube heat exchangers. 9. Diffusion in solids.-Difference (L. Fouling factor. Method of feeding evaproators-Forward. Transition boiling.+ ----K G . MASS TRANSFER: Definition of diffusion.D. 2.a k G . steam economy for single effective evaporator (Simple Numerical Problem). PACKED TOWER: Properties of tower packing.Loading and Flooding Capacity of packed tower. Working of absorption column height of column based on conditions in gas film. Double pipe heat exchangers.+ --------K L . Construction & description of contact condenser and surface condenser.flow.T. PART-B 1. Heat transfered by radiation exchange of energy between two parallel planes of difference emissivity. Film theory and penetration theory of Mass Transfer. 1 1 m I.flow. Concept of transfer unit. RADIATION: Reflection. construction & description of Kettle type boilers. 7.) for parallel or cocurrent . 1 1 1 -----. 6. diffusion through a stationary gas (Stefan's Law). Vacuum crystalizer.k G . construction and description of 1. Solar radiation. (d) BOILING : Nucleare boiling. Boiling point rise (B. 5. 2. Natural and forced circulation type. 8. operating line.a II.a k L . 4. countercurrent-flow.a k L . Maximum flux and critical temperature drop. Mass. types of packing.= ---.-Mean-temp. 4. Channeling. construction and description of 1. Material balance and design equation. Plate type heat exhanges. Swensen walker. Kirchoff law. 2. Entrainment and foam formation. film boiling.R) and effect. Wilson's plot (Simple Numerical Problems). critical thickness of insulation for cylinder and spheres. INSULATION: Purpose of insulation common insulators.mixed multi effect evaproation.Backward & cross. Limiting flow rates.

P. EXTRACTION : Applications of this operation. 7. HUMIDIFICATION: Definition and calculation of 1. DISTILLATION: Various distillation methods:Equilibrium or flash distillation . Rotocel extractor. Bubble cap plate column Vapor liquid equilibrium diagram. construction and description of cooling towers. 1. equilibrium plate. H. 4. simple numerical problem using humidity chart. equilibirium diagram and construction of equilibrium diagram. 3. DRYING General drying behaviour-Critical moisture content. Reflux ratio. Total reflux. B. Perforated plate and baffle towers. ( Natural and induced draft) 6.liquid film. Humidity 2. 4. height of column based on overall coefficient. Perforated plate or sieve plate column 2. 4. Percentage humidity 3. Mixer settler extraction system. Dew point. Liquid extractor. Concept of transfer unit. 1. Vacuum and Steam distillation. Intersection of operating line. 9. Bed Basket type oil seed extractor or Bollman extractor. 54 . 6. Steps of extraction operation Solid Liquid extraction. Sub cooled reflux. equilibrium moisture content: Discription and construction of dryer.P. 2. Location of feed plate. 3.T.T. Tray dryer. Adiabatic saturation temperature. Differential distillation Batch distillation.T. 3.E. calculation of no. effect of reflux ratio. relation H. Rotary dryer. 8. 5. the operating line and graphical integration for height of column. Enthalpy and its calculation. Use of humidity chart. Relative humidity 4. 2. Fractionating column calculation. B.E. 5. Raoult's law. 5. 5. Dry bulb and wet bulb-temp. Screen conveyor dryer. optimum reflux ratio. constant boiling mixtures. to H. 1. Types of distillation columns:1. construction and description of A. for packed column of distillation. of equilibrium plate by Mc-Cable Thiele diagram. 3. Minimum reflux ratio Entrainment.U. Choice of solvent. Overall plate efficiency.Heat & material balance. 2. Humid heat. Azeotropic and Extractive distillation. Mc-Cable Thiele diagram-section above and below feed plate. Relative volatility. description and construction of A. Location of q-line. Humid volume.

8. 4. To determine the pounds of volatile compounds distilled per unit pounds of steam distilled in a steam distillation operation. LIST OF EXPERIMENT (At Least 7 experiment to be Performed) 1. 5. 3. 13. To study a shieve plate distillation operation and to calculate over-all efficiency of the distillation column. 14. To study the rate of drying in Rotary dryer. To determine over all heat transfer coefficient for an open pan evaperater in steady state conditions. To determine rate of setting of crystals in a crystaliser. To study various extractors in solvent extraction plant. To determine steam economy of a single and double effect evaporator.HEAT & MASS TRANSFER LAB. To determine drying rate for a wet material in a Tray Dryer. 6. 2. To study packed tower in various industries. 12. 9. 55 . 11. To study a spray pond in sugar and other industries for cooling system. 7. To determine 'U' for a shell and tube heat exchanger in steady state conditions and also to determine efficiency of heat utilization. To determine 'U' for a double pipe heat exchanger in steady state conditions and also to determine efficiency of heat utilization. To determine over all heat transfer coefficient for an open pan evaporater in unsteady state conditions. 10. To study the rate of drying in a vacuum dryer.

INTRODUCTION : Thermodynamics. Elementary and Non-elementary reactions. Temperature dependant term of a rate equation. IDEAL REACTORS : Classification of reactors and application & their comparision. 5. chemical kinetics. Temperature dependancy from . The search for a rate equation. INTERPRETATION OF CONSTANT VOLUME BATCH REACTOR DATA : Constant volume batch reactor-Integral method of Analysis of data. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _ SL. Differential method of analysis of data temperature and Reaction rate.Simple Numerical problems.3. Contacting pattern for two phase system Simple Numerical problems. 4. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 5 15 20 20 15 75 2 5 7 8 3 25 - 1.Activation energy and Temperature dependency. Simple numerical problems. Introduction Homogenous Reactions Interprtation of constation volume batch reactor data Ideal Reactors Introduction to Heterogenous reacting systems TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. The subject involves homogeneous chemical reactions and their equilibrium. space time and space velocity. INTRODUCTION TO HETROGENEOUS REACTING SYSTEMS : Rate Equation for Hetrogeneous Reactions. chemical kinetics and types of reactor hetrogenous reaction. Ideal batch reactor. Simple numerical problems. Representation of a reaction rate.NO. series and parallel reactions. steady state plug flow reactor.(Arrhenius law. steady-state mixed flow reactor. Rate constant K. Kinetic view for elementary reactions molecularity and order of reaction. Petro Chemical) L T P 3 1 Rationale: Chemical reaction engineering is concerned with all those engineering activities which involves exploitation of chemical reactions on a commercial scale. HOMOGENEOUS REACTIONS : Concentration dependent term of a rate equation. 2. 4. reactions variables affecting the 2. 3. 5. classification of rate of reaction. Holding time and space time for flow systems.2 CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING (CRE) (Common with Chemical Engineering. 56 . Chemical Technology ( Fertilizer. 3. Thermodynamics and collision theory). single and multiple reaction.

forcing function. 3.e. (ii) Stirred tank heater. 57 . (b) IInd order system or oscillatory type element. Different modes of control action and closed loop in automatic control are well known. measuring means.3-AUTOMATIC PROCESS CONTROL (Common with Chemical Engineering.e. 2. INTRODUCTION: What is Automatic control. (iii) Mixing process. process degree of freedom. 3. Non interacting and non cascaded. Elements of process dynamics:. ramp. interacting (vii) Continuous stirred tank chemical reactor with Ist order chemical reaction. Process characteristics is of first order that is time constant element and second order that is oscillatroy type element. Advantage of Automatic control. 4. manual and automatic control. sinusiodal function. Circuit. The student will be well conversent with these processes. physical and block diagram. controlling means. 2. actuating means. 5. i.NO. Capacitance Time constant and oscillatory element.C. (v) Liquid levels. final control elements. Introduction Elements of control system Process Characteristics Controller Characteristics Closed loop in Auto control TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. (ii) Mechanical damper.. TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS SL. laplace transformation. step fn. impulse.3. Petro Chemical) L T P 3 1 4 Rationale: The subject automatic process control deals with the different types of controls in process in chemical industries including automatic control system.Proportional. determination of system function or transfer function of the following:-(Sketch physical diagram and block diagram) (a) Ist order system or time constant element:(i) Naked bulb thermometer. Chemical Technology ( Fertilizer. PROCESS CHARCTERISTICS: Process variables. ELEMENTS OF CONTROL SYSTEM: Definition-Input means. (iv) R. (vi) Two time constant type liquid vessel cascaded i. (i) Bulb in thermo well. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 10 15 20 15 15 75 3 7 5 5 5 25 - 1. (iii) Fluid manometer or U tubes.

4. unit step response of the following. 58 . proportional control.I control of stirred tank heater for set point change and load change. proportional-integral control. CLOSED LOOP IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL: Standard block diagram symbol . Two positions control. for a single loop system.Response of Ist order system to step. (i) Proportional control at stirred tank heater for set point change and for load change. overall transfer function for change in set point and for change in load. overall transfer fn. ramp. (ii) P. Integral control. CONTROLLER CHARACTERISTEIC OR MODES OF CONTROL ACTION: Elements of controller. multi loop control system. proportional derivative control. overall transfer fn. proportional-integral-derivative control. 5. Response of IInd order system to step change (Transient response). impulse and sinusoidal inputs.

11. 4. 2. To find out the drying characteristics of given sample and draw drying rate curve by infrared moisture meter and rapid moisture meter.C. To calibrate the pneumatic control valve (Diaphram type). To study the transient response of first order system thermo couple) and find out time constant. To study the transient response of a simple R-C network and plot Bodey's diagram.AUTOMATIC PROCESS CONTROL LAB LIST OF EXPERIMENT (At Least 8 experiment to be Performed) 1. To study the response of two tank non interacting liquid level system and two tank interacting liquid level system. 9. sketch and operation of strip chart recorder and Directing pen recorder. 59 . supply by a solid state (Built in relay and transformer) voltage stabilizer. To calibrate the given manometer for level measurement. 14. 12. Calibration of thermo couple. 17. 8. To study. 7. To find out viscosity of given sample by constant stress rational viscometer & falling ball type viscometer. To study the frequency response of a second order electrical circuit equipment to a physical system (R-L-C network). To find out the viscosity of given sample by red wood no-1 and red wood no-2 viscometer. 6. To study the response of bimetallic thermo meter for a step input and find its time constant. To find out viscosity of gifen sample by Ostwald viscometer. To measure time constant of a single capacity thermal process (water bath & heater). 16. 3. To study on of type water level control and to find out steady state voltage. 5. Claiberation of bimetallic thermometer. 10. 15. Calibration of pressure Gauge by Dead Weight tester. 18. A study of automatic ON and cut of A. 13.

4. Job evaluation and Merit rating .Factors determining motivation. Communication -Importance. Planning. Understand self and others for effective behavior. 6. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT : Responsibilities of human resource management . role of workers. Principles of Management Human Resource Management Human and Industrial Relations Personnel Management Financial Management Material Management Labour.Classification of wage. 3. Mob psychology.NO. 9. Characteristics of group behavior and Trade unionism.Procedure . Methods for improving motivation. Pay promotion and rewards. Incentives. 7. 3. Total quality management. wages and incentives. Administration organisation. Concept of Stress Management HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT : Introduction. Making communication.Just in time. Factors to be considered for accomplishing effective leadership. Industrial and Tax Laws Entrepreneurship Development Intellectual Property Rights TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Motivation: . Controlling . 2. but it becomes more important for those technicians who wish to choose industry as their career. Zero defect concept. Industrial relations and disputes.Objectives and importance wage and salary administration . marketing. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT : Definition of management. Payment schemes.training of workers. 5. formal and informal communication. trade unions.3. Staff development and career development. SL. Labour welfare. Quality circle. Barriers to communication. Selection Mode of selection .4 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT (Common with all Engineering Courses) L T P 2 2/2 Rationale: The knowledge of this subject is required for all engineering technicians. entrepreneurship. 2. Structure and function of industrial organisations. Processes. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 10 3 4 6 6 4 4 8 5 50 4 2 3 3 3 3 2 4 1 25 - 1. Functions management. Positive and negative motivation. Organizing.Need for leadership. Effective. industrial safety. 4. Workers participation in management. Co-ordination and control. Leadership:. Training strategies and methods. Components of wage. and engineers. inventory control and industrial legislation. HUMAN AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS : Human relations and performance in organisation.Policies and functions. Wage fixation. This course is designed to develop understanding of various functions of management. 60 . 8.

Lead time.ABC analysis of inventory. Economic order quantity. Income Tax. Payment of Wages Act 1947. Fixation of selling price of product. Methods. Public deposits. need of entrepreneurship in context of prevailing employment conditions of the country. 61 . Successful entrepreneurship and training for entrepreneurship development.FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT : Fixed and working capital . Purchasing procedure. Copy Right. Excise duty. Factory over head. Employee State Insurance Act 1948. Bin card. 8.Causes. 5. Lectures will be delivered on Entrepreneurship by industries experts at institute level. Idea of project report preparation. 9. Various types of taxes Production Tax. 7. Factory costing. Procurement and consumption cycle. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS : Introduction to IPR (Patents. Trade tax. Shares. NOTE : Entrepreneurship Awareness camp to be organised at a stretch for Two or Three days. Factory Act 1948. types preference and equity shares. 6. Trade Mark). Direct cost. Indirect cost. Depreciation. Stock keeping. Indian and International Patents Acts and Rules. Patentable and Nonpatentable invention including product versus Process. ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT : Concept of entrepreneurship. Local Tax. Concept and history of patents. Protection of undisclosed information.resource of capital. Reorder level. MATERIAL MANAGEMENT : Objective of a good stock control system . Debenture types. INDUSTRIAL AND TAX LAWS : Importance and necessity of industrial legislation. LABOUR. Types of labour laws and dispute.

g. NOX. 2. TDS etc. Types of Air pollutants and their sources like SPM. 4. Introduction Air Pollution Water Pollution Environment Protection Radioactive Pollution Pollution Acts Safety in Chemical Industry Solid Waste Management Disaster Management TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Water. INTRODUCTION: What is environment ? What is Pollution? Classification of pollution e. F. (iv) Vehicular Pollution and its control (v) Noise Pollution and its control mechanism. NH 3 . TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _ SL. Chemical Technology (Rubber & Plastic. SS. domestic waste water and industrial waste water. Co 2 etc. standards for drinking water. (a) Settling chambers (b) Cyclones (c) Scrubbers (dry & wet) (d) Multiclones (e) Electro Static Precipitations (ESPS) (f) Bug Filters (iii) Ambient air quality measurement & their standards. Petro Chemical) L T P 3 1 Rationale: A chemical engineering technician must have the knowledge of different types of pollution caused due to industrialsation so that he may help in balancing the eco-system and control the pollution by means of control devices. SOX. pH. Methods of measurement of various parameter like BOD. COD. 8. The technician must know various types of accidents which occour in chemical plants and how to safe guard them to avoid injury to men and material. AIR POLLUTION: (i) Definition of air pollution. Fertilizer. CFC. Air. 6. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 5 8 12 12 10 10 12 4 2 75 1 2 5 5 2 4 4 1 1 25 - 1. 2. Methods of treatment of industrial waste water like (a) Chemical treatment (b) Physio-Chemical treatment (c) Bio-chemical treatment 62 . 7.3. 3. WATER POLLUTION: Water pollution. Noise. Character and origin of industrial wastes. 5.5-POLLUTION CONTROL & INDUSTRIAL SAFETY (Common with Chemical Engineering.NO. Cl. Impact assessment of development projects. 9. Land. 3. The content of the subject have been developed to cater the above needs. (ii) Air pollution control equipment in industries.

Measurement.corrosion health hazards in common chemical processes. 7. 6. vapours etc. (Reference should be made of I.Duties and powers.(d) Any other advance treatment 4. Need for central intervention. Maintenance of chemical plants. plant and material. animal. Air pollution Act 1981. Codes) 5. Hazardous chemical manufacturing. State Disaster Authority. Environment protection Act 1986. means to control. Legal Policy Frame Work.Natural and Manmade.S. Human Resource Development and Function. Fire hazards and their Prevention. Causes and Hazards. Factor promoting vulnerability reduction and mitigation. Emergency support function plan. National Environment Policy.Safety in chemical reactions. Storage and impact rules 1989 and hazardous waste and management and handling rules 1989. Pipe-lines in chemical factories. industries etc. gases. Destructive power. classification of chemical hazards and hazardous chemicals. codes of safety for operational hazards in laboratories. Biomedical waste. Codes of practice and specification for safety equipment (Reference should be made from I. Case studies of various Disaster in the country. Noise Pollution Act. Information dissemination and communication. POLLUTION ACTS: A water pollution prevention control Act 1974. Precautions in the case of processes in operations involving explosive or inflammable dusts. How disaster forms. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT: Municipal solid waste. RADIO ACTIVE POLLUTION: Sources and effect on human. Case study of Tsunami Disaster. Disaster mitigation and prevention.Its objective and main features. Main feature and function of National Disaster Management Frame Work. ENVIORNMENT PROTECTION : Environmental protection from hazardous Chemicals & Waste :Terminology relating to chemical hazards and air pollution. Meaning and benefit of vulnerability reduction. preventive measures. Early warning system. 63 . DISASTER MANAGEMENT : Definition of disaster . 9. National policy. 8. SAFETY IN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY: Receiving and storing chemicals-Transporting and moving chemicals.S. Type of disaster management. Codes). Plastic waste and Its Management.

gloss. QUALITY CONTROL: Ageing properties of coatings. chemical and mechanical properties of paint film factor affecting coating properties rheological properties. COATING PROPERTIES: General properties of oil paints. 3. flexibility. optical properties . enamel varnishes and lacquers. factors affecting adhesion wetting power. 4. dispersion. color. weatherometery natural outdoor durability test accelerated out door weathering. pigment binder and solvent analysis. COATING PROPERTIES CLASSIFICATION OF PAINT TEST TESTING OF PAINT ANALYSIS OF PAINTS & VARNISHES QUALITY CONTROL TOTAL DETAILED CONTENT 1.3. hiching etc. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 20 15 15 10 15 75 7 5 5 3 5 25 - 1. ash content. test on liquid paints density. color and color fastness. concept of quality circles. gloss. 4. spreading capacity and spreading rim wet & dry rim thickness.4 TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _____ SL. introduction to ISO. 3. 2. resistance water and moisture resistance water vapour transmission. drying time etc. hardness mar resistance. artificial weathering test in a weatherometer defects observed in paint film on exposure. EVALUATION AND QUALITY CONTROL L T P 3 . standard specifications and test methods classifications of paint test and evaluation tests. physical. light fastness. their comparative merits. CLASSIFICATION OF PAINT TEST: Objective of paint testing. Newtonian and non Newtonian liquids. quality control procedures. evaluation of water based paints. factor affecting viscosity influence of the rheological behavour. properties and he sivn and cohesion properties. 64 .6 COATING PROPERTIES. volatile and non volatile matter pigment content .tropy. viscosity and consistency . resistance to heat and fire air permeability etc. 2. thixo. adhesion impact test. 5. TESTING OF PAINT: Test of dried coatings.NO. water content. binder or solid vehicle content. 5. PAC and salt spray test resistance to chemical . abrasion. resistance to lubricating oils and solvents. classification of paints. ANALYSIS OF PAINTS & VARNISHES: Analysis of paints and varnishes. biological effects on paint films. wet capacity and dry hiding.

Determination of chemical properties of paints. Determination of optical properties of paints. varnishes & lacquers such as water resistance. varnishes & lacquers such as paint oil hardness.T. varnishes & lacquers such as flexibility & adhesion. 9. 65 . Determination of the physical properties of paints. Determination of mechanical properties of paints. varnishes & lacquers such as. Determination of chemical properties of paints. varnishes & lacquers such as scratch hardness. Determination of mechanical properties of paints. 8. Determination of the physical properties of paints. Determination of the physical properties of paints. 6. 15. Determination of chemical properties of paints. Determination of the physical properties of paints. varnishes & lacquers such as wet capacity. varnishes & lacquers such as acid resistance.F. varnishes & lacquers such as solvent resistance. Determination of chemical properties of paints. . 13.TESTING & QUALITY CONTROL LAB LIST OF EXPERIMENT 1. Determination of mechanical properties of paints. Determination of mechanical properties of paints. varnishes & lacquers such as wt/ litre 3. varnishes & lacquers such as color. 11 Determination of optical properties of paints. 16. 7. varnishes & lacquers such as impact resistance. varnishes & lacquers such as non volatile viscosity 5. 14. 12. Determination of the physical properties of paints. 2. varnishes & lacquers such as spreading capacity. 10. varnishes & lacquers such as alkali resistance. Determination of the physical properties of paints. varnishes & lacquers such as Drying Time. 4. varnishes & lacquers such as D. fireness of grind.

typical flow diagram. high higher speed and im pigment mill kady mills etc. mill base . fire and health hazards. horizontal sand mills like cyno mill . SAFETY MEASURE PROTECTION: Safety measure protection. change can. STEP IN PAINT MANUFACTURING: Step in paint manufacturing. phenomenon of wetting. edge runner roller mills . sp gravity etc. GENERAL HAZARDS: Mill base let down source of the let down condition. formulation elements. 66 . planetary Z blade. 4. CM.NO. INTRODUCTION STEP IN PAINT MANUFACTURING EOUIPMENT USED IN PAINT MANUFACTURING GENERAL HAZARDS SAFETY MEASURE PROTECTION TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Ball. sigma kneaders pug mills. sand grinding process efficiency of mill. 3. Typical formulation of primers. 3. cascading & factors affecting effectiveness of milling such as size & shape of grinding medium. colloid mills . 5. P/B ratio. mathematics & steps : PVC. moderate and sever conditions. pebble and bead mills. prime cause fire and explosion precautionary measure. 4. dough mixers. pearl mills etc. let down of non aqueous and latest paints. INTRODUCTION: Principles of paint formulation. attritors and vibration mill. miscellaneous mills. general industrial hazards. cavitation mixers. 2. 5. single & multi storied building . grinding dispersion important consideration & in pigment dispersion. factory layout principles and general consideration. different variants. material balance power inputs and mill base composition for three roll mill. sand mill : type of grinding media. important consideration in pigment dispersion rheology.3. EOUIPMENT USED IN PAINT MANUFACTURING: Heavy duty mixtures. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 15 15 20 10 15 75 5 5 7 3 5 25 - 1. 2. under coat and finish coats industrial and site applied coating for steel work mild. double blade mixture W& P banding.7 FORMULATION & MANUFACTURING OF PAINTS L T P 3 1 0 TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS _ SL. section of paint factory and their location.

Pigment Preparation 2. Preparation of oil bond distemper 5. Preparation of olioresineus varnish 7. Preparation of glossy paint 67 .PAINT MAKING LAB LIST OF EXPERIMENT 1. Preparation of dry distemper 4. Preparation of primer 8. Resin Preparation 3. Preparation of cement paint 6.

other application methods.factors affecting choice of methods. PRE-TREATMENT: Pre treatment : Phosphate pre treatment other pre treatment. coil & curtaing coating . airless spraying. silk screeing tumbling . Drying and curing process. roller coating. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 20 15 15 10 15 75 7 5 5 3 5 25 - 1. 5. 68 .brushing. Decreasing rust & oxide removal non metallic substrat investigation into methods of decreasing mild steel preparation of samples of wood by a sequence of staining. PAINT APPLICATION INVOLVING ATOMIZATION: Paint application involving atomization air assisted spraying. 4. 2. electrostate spraying. 5. investigation into phosphate pre treatment. 2.NO. SUBSTRATE PREPARATION PRE-TREATMENT PAINT APPLICATION INVOLVING ATOMIZATION PAINT APPLICATION NOT INVOLVING ATOMIZATION DRYING & CURING TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1. filling and sealing. 4. hand rolling trowelling . compare hot and cold sprarying. flow coating. 3.8 ELECTIVE –I: PAINT APPLICATION L T P 3 1 0 TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS ___ SL. 3. DRYING & CURING: Acceleration of drying and curing . SUBSTRATE PREPARATION: Substrat Preparation : Substrat. electrodeposition. infrared curing summary. PAINT APPLICATION NOT INVOLVING ATOMIZATION: Paint application not involving atomization: Dipping.3.

2. water based inks. plastics: films and foils. paper. 6. 8. UNITS COVERAGE TIME L T P 10 10 10 5 8 8 8 8 8 75 4 4 4 2 3 2 2 2 2 25 - 1. plastic. folded cartons and setup boxes.NO. 5. 4. classification of printing inks . 3. general consumables. offset. paper & paper boards. labels and packaging materials. scope of packaging: Toys. Typographic . HAZARDS: Biotic and abiotic hazards associated with packages. 5. 4. metal containers. inks for printed circuit boards. metal decoding inks . febric. TYPES OF INK: Inks for newspapers. posters. engineering material and other utilities. cans and drums. 9. various ink troubles and remedial measures. TYPES PACKAGING: Corrugated fibre board . cosmetics food pharmaceuticals. 8. glaces wares. PACKAGING: Concept of packaging. factory layout. 3. flexographic and screen inks for various sub-stracts e. MAJOR PRINTING SYSTEM: Major printing system : principles of printing. fibre tubes. mechanism of ink drying. heat set and quick set inks for multi color printing .3. 7. 6. PRINTING INK MANUFACTURE: Different methods and machinery used laboratory equipments and ink testing. publication work. PACKAGING FORMS: Packaging forms: wood containers. 9. letter press. gravurs. over print varnishes and lacquers.g. ceramic inks. glass and metal. description and schematic diagram e. and other miscellaneous inks. magnetic inks. hazard and pre caution . 69 .8 ELECTIVE –II: PRINTING & PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY L T P 3 1 0 TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS __ SL. color matching and process printing. TESTING & EVALUATION OF RAW MATERIAL: Testing and evaluation of raw materials for their use in ink manufacturing . Planographic . 7. leathers. Gravurs and screen process. MAJOR PRINTING SYSTEM TESTING&EVALUATION OF RAW MATERIAL PRINCIPLES OF INK FORMULATION TYPES OF INK PRINTING INK MANUFACTURE PACKAGING HAZARDS PACKAGING FORMS TYPES PACKAGING TOTAL DETAILED CONTENTS 1.g.g. PRINCIPLES OF INK FORMULATION: Principles of ink formulations and characteristics of various types of process ink e. packaging values. lithographic. 2.

Project Problem The Students will be required to search literature pertaining to design of an equipment /processing paint /production of paint product.9 PROJECT a. comprehend it and prepare a report for assessment. Field Exposure The students will be required to undertake training in the paint industry after IInd year for specified period and submit its report after completion for evaluation and oral examination in the in final year 70 .3. b.

Services of other discipline staff of the Institute may be utilized if possible 2. Name of Post 60 Annual Pattern No. The post of "Computer Programmer" in not needed in the institutions where diploma in "Electronics Engineering" is running. 13. 5. 1. Lecturer in Maths Lecturer in Chemistry Lecturer in Physics Lecturer in Comm. 4. Tech.1. 12. 16. 15. No. 71 . Engg. Lecturer in Elect.O. 9. 11. 3.D. 8.STAFF STRUCTURE THREE YEAR DIPLOMA IN PAINT TECHNOLOGY Intake of the Course Pattern of the Course Sl. 7. Computer Programmer Steno Typist Accountant / Cashier Student / Library Clerk Store Keeper Class IV Sweeper Chaukidar & Mali 1 1 3 1 1 |Parttime/ |Common with 1 |other discip|lines if the 1 |intake is more |than 180 1| | 1| 1 1 1 1 1 6 Part time as per requirement as per justification 1. 6. Lecturer Paint Technology Lecturer in Mech. 17. 2. 10. Engg. Note : Principal H. Qualifications of Staff : as per service rule 3. 14.

5.m Sq. metres 30 10 6 Remark 4.II Over Head Tank 2000 Litre Cap. SPACE REQUIREMENT [A] ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK Sl.m. 3.m.2./ Lect. 60 90 75 120 60 120 120 120 90 1. 10 Class Room Drawing Hall Physics Lab Chemistry Lab App. 8. 8. Details of Space 1.IV Automatic Process Control Lab. 1 72 . 9. 12. Principal's Room Confidential Room Steno's Room Floor Area in Sq. 2. @ Floor Area Sq. Mechanics Lab. 7. 3. Computer Lab (Air Cond. Detail of Space 80 20 15 80 150 100 80 90 No.(a) Office including Drawing Office (b) Record Room 5. 2. Library and Reading room Store Students Common room Model Room [B] Academic Block Sl. Unit Operation-III. 4. 6. Unit Operation-I. 7.Glass Partition and Special type pvc flooring and false ceiling ) LRC Seminar Room 2 1 120 75 2 60 100 75 120 11.No. Electrical Engg. for 8 Lecturers 6. Under Ground Tank 600 Litre Cap. Staff Room (a) Head 1 (b) Lecturer 10 sq. No. Lab. 9.

3. Labs c. Students Aminities (3) Residences of employee 73 . 4.C. Boundary Wall f.C. Workshop d. 6. Principal Head of Department Lecturer Non teaching & Supporting staff Class IV 1 100 100 1 100 100 4 80 320 8 60 480 6 30 180 40 % of Strength of Students 50 % of Strength of Students 50 70 40 45 Priorty to be given in following order (1) a.Soldering & Brazing shop (g) Plumbing shop (h) Machine Shop (i) Foundry 12 20 50 70 50 50 50 50 50 150 75 [D] STUDENT'S AMINITIES 1. Principal Residence g. Over head Tank e. Administrative Building b. 5. Fourth Class Quarters (2/3) (2) a. 2. Hostel b.[C] Work shop I Workshop Supdt. 5. 3. Room II Store III Shops (a) Carpentry Shop (b) Smithy Shop (c) Fitting Shop (d) Welding Shop (e) Painting Shop (f) Sheet Metal . Room Dispensary Guest Room(Attached Bath) incuding kitchen & store [E] STAFF RESIDENCES 1. 4. Hostel Cycle Stand Canteen and Tuck shop N. 2.

Meter scale 5. Post office box dial type 25. Platinum resistance thermometer 13.10 wires with jockey 14. hour capacity 16. Resonance col. each No. Moving coil ammeter 0-1 amp.1 Sec 3. Brass ball with hook 2 cm. Appratus for determining characterstics of P-N junction diode complete with all accessaries 24.. App. Searl's conductivity apparatus with copper & steel rods 25 X 4 cm." NOTE : Equipment for different shop and lab of latest verson should be purchased. Convex lenses of focal length 10 cm. 2 2 2 5 @ Rs. 0-10 amp. Stop clock least count 0. cap. Moving coil voltmeter 0-1 V. 2 nos. and 20 amp. 0-5 amp. 50 cm. 1. Anstronomical telescope 8. dia 2. Lee's conductivity app. Lead accumulator 2. 0-5 V. 1 No of each 19. Constant water flow arrangement 11.. Potentiometer . APPLIED PHYSICS LAB S.No.in Rs. 20 40 500 1000 50 100 20 100 8 2 1 10 80 500 1000 500 500 1 set 1 set 2 4 2 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 1 1 set 1 set 1000 1000 1000 400 200 800 500 250 250 200 250 250 100 500 1000 800 800 1600 500 250 500 600 750 750 300 500 1000 1000 1000 1000 1 set 1 4 1500 1500 1200 1200 400 1600 74 ..3. Meter bridge complete 15. Lechlanchi cell complete 20. Boiler made of copper 2 lt. of steel tube with tuning forks and other accessaries 21. Tuning forks set of different frequencies 22. Wall bracket with clamping arrangement 4.. 1 no of each 18.20 cm. diameter with all accessaries 9. 12.Name of Equipment 1.and 100 cm. for determining coefficient of friction on a horrizontal plane 23. Amt. 0-10 V. "Machine/Equipments/Instruments of old BTE list which are not included below are to be retained in the Lab/Shop for Demonstration purpose but not to be demanded fresh for purchase.. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS Only those of the equipments given below which are essentially required for the conduction of practicals mentioned in the curriculum are to be procured by the institutions. 0-100 ohm. Optical bench steel with pin and lens holders 7.. Resistance box 0-10 ohm. complete with all accessaries 10. Moving coil galvenometer 17.2 V. 2 nos. of each 6..

Suryamapi 36. Weighing bottle 10 ml with lid 17. Test tubes 1/4" x 6" 12. 21. Gas plant petrol 10 to 20 burners No. 16.Name of Equipment 1. 10 10 30 10 150 150 450 150 5 1500 7500 5sets 25 125 2 500 1000 120 5 5 15 15 75 24 2 15 10 24 12 5 15 15 15 6 15 15 15 10 1200 15 75 25 125 15 225 30 450 1 75 10 240 30 60 5 75 15 20 25 30 10 15 30 40 25 60 20 150 480 300 150 150 225 450 240 375 900 300 15 50 750 9 15 LS 50 250 750 75 . 19. Boiling tube 1" x 6" hard glass 13. Burette stand 4. Lab tables 32.capacity 27. 400 ml. Flat bottom flask 500 ml. Kipp's apparatus 1000 ml. Pipette 25 ml. Pestle and morter 10 cms 14.5 cms 15 Beakers 100 ml. Test tube stand 2. 31. Measring cylinder of various sizes (250 ml. Fortin's barometer with mercury 30. Conical flask 250 ml. Reagents bottles 250ml 500ml 1000ml 9. Lab stools 33. 250 ml. Insolation meter Misc. Measuring flask 250 ml. of each 25. 1000 ml. Amt. Wide mouth bottle 250 ml 10. Wash bottles 18.26. & 3 amp. Anemometer cup type 34. with stopper 24. Anemometer hand held 35. Chemical balances with analytical weights 1gm -200gms 6.No. 22. Rheostat of different ohm. Winchester bottle 2. 500 ml. 20. Pipette stand 5. APPLIED CHEMISTRY LAB S. 15 15 15 15 @ Rs. 1000 ml) 3 no. Burette 50 ml. Flat bottom flask 250 ml.in Rs. polythen 8. 23. Battery eleminator 6 V. Fractional weights set with rider 7. Physical balance with weight box 28. Bunsen's burner of brass 26. Set of fractional weights 29. Watch glass 7.5 litre 11. 8 2 10 1 1 3 10 1 1 1 1 LS 250 2000 800 1600 20 200 2500 2500 250 250 8000 24000 100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1500 1500 1500 1500 5000 2. Funnel stand 3.

Jars 20 Lit. Tripod stand 29. with asbestos 30.automatic 27. Glass cutting knife 37. x 1. hight with central sink and cup boards (Teak wood) with drawers and two built in almirah on each side with reagent racks.2 m. Blow pipe & work tools with electric blower for glass blowing 34. Side racks and selves for bench reagents made of teak wood for 24 bottels each set 50. Spirit lamp 28. Universal Force Table 3. Distilled water units (solar) 43. Cork borers with sharpn 35. 33. Exhaust fans 18" 49. Digital balance electronic 51. 1 1 1 Rate Amount 1. Brush for cleaning various type 46. Wire gauge 15 X 15 cm.No. Test tube holder 31. for keeping destilled water 47./10 mg. Gas taps two way 40. Cork pressure 36. better tile top 48. Pinch cock & screw 41. Funnel 15 cm. Water tapes with gooseneek 39. Reference Electro Miscellaneous 1 5000 5000 15 30 450 15 10 150 15 15 15 15 15 10 20 16 225 150 300 240 1 set 10000 10000 2 set 100 200 1 set 250 250 1 75 75 2 each 50 100 6 200 1200 10 150 1500 15 20 300 1 5000 5000 1 5000 5000 1 600 600 5 25 125 40 10 400 5 100 500 4 4 8000 32000 2000 8000 4 1 1 2000 8000 10000 10000 1000 1000 1 1 2 2 LS 8000 8000 1000 1000 10000 3. 3" dia controled 2000 watts 52. APPLIED MECHANICS LAB Sl. Spatula hard & nickel/steel 38. Combined Inclind plane & 700 700 1500 1500 500 500 76 . Distilled water units (electrical) 42. x 1 m. Hot plates 7-1/2". Platinium wire 45. Principle of Moment Appratus Bell Crank lever 4. Polygon of Forces Apparatus 2. Porcelain plates 32. Name of Equipment No. Open balance 1000 gms. Lab table 2 m. Hot air oven thermostatically controled with selves and rotary switches 350 x 350 x 25 high 53 pH Meter 54 Glass Electrode 55. 44.

steel 6. Rip saw 40-45 cm. Marking gauge wooden & brass 25 cm. 23. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 900 800 1200 400 200 1200 1200 1000 500 500 900 800 1200 400 200 1200 1200 1000 500 500 2000 Lum Sum 4. 15. 11. Cross cut saw 40-45 cm. Bench hold fast steel 30 cm.Name of Equipment 1. Jointed Roof Truss Apparatus Misc.III) 10. 20. Caliper inside. Dovetail saw 30-35 cm. Mortise gauge wooden & brass 25 cm. Iron jack plane complete 30. 16.steel 20 cm. 8. Tennon saw 30-35 cm. Key hole saw or pad saw 30-35 cm. 19. Differential wheel and axle 7. WORKSHOP PRACTICE (A). Flexible steel rule 2 metre 3. Caliper outside . Wooden smoothing plane 29. 10 2 10 2 10 10 10 2 2 2 2 2 10 10 2 4 10 2 10 2 4 2 2 2 3 set 3 set 3 set 3 set 10 10 10 3 3 3 3 @ Rs. Bar clamp 2 m. 60 cm. Wooden jack plane complete 28. Wooden bench vice steel 20 cm. Compass saw 35 cm. Iron rebate plane complete 31. Devider steel 20 cm. 14. Plumb 13.rule 2. 18.II. Chisel fish brand 1" to 1/8" firmer Dovetail Mortise 26. 9. steel 5.No. 15 20 20 30 30 30 50 50 50 40 40 20 200 40 300 60 80 80 50 60 60 25 25 25 100 100 100 150 100 80 200 80 120 200 200 150 40 200 60 300 300 500 100 100 80 80 40 2000 400 600 240 800 160 500 120 240 50 50 50 300 300 300 450 1000 800 2000 240 360 600 600 77 . steel 20 cm. Double sleave Pulley Block 8. 17. T square 23 cm. 22. Gauge or Golchi 1" to 1/8" 27. Wooden moulding plane complete No. Worm & Worm wheel 11.in Rs. 10. Amt. Simple Screw Jack 9. Bevel square 23 cm. Iron compass plane complete 33. Marking knife 25 cm. steel 4. Jib Crane 13. System of pulleys (Any I. Compass steel 20cm.Friction apparatus 5. Simple wheel and axle 6. 12. Bow saw 24. Apparatus for Reaction at support 12. G clamp of flat spring steel 20x30 cm. CARPENTRY SHOP S. 7. Frame saw 25. Iron grooving plane complete 32. 21.

Universal wood working machine misc. 3. Rasp file 12" 54. Carpenters hammer 47. tools (C). Oil stone 8" 53. Circular saw machine 61. Double Ended Electric Bench grinder 62. Round file 12" 56. Angle protector Try square 30 cm. Cutting tool for Universal wood working machine 48. SMITHY SHOP 1.8 Kg. Triangular file 5". 5. Gimlet drills set 36. 51. Wooden hand drill burmi 44. Screw driver 18" & 15" 49. SOLDERING & BRAZING 1. Plier 150 mm. Furnace chmney with exhaust pipe 10. 52. Twist bit 38. Beak iron 25 Kg.&45x45x10cm. 4" 57. with stand 2.8 Kg. 2. Hammers Ball peen 0. opening 8. Ratchet brace machine 42. Counter shank bit 41. Dividers . Anvil 150 Kg. Swage block 50x30x8cm. for foundation of machines 3 1 set 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 10 3 10 3 set 6 10 6 4 4 4 4 4 8 4 4 1 1 1 150 150 120 80 40 15 20 175 200 200 25 30 30 800 450 150 240 160 80 30 40 350 400 1000 250 90 300 2400 300 500 750 360 300 400 320 320 480 80 8000 30000 15000 6000 15000 10000 50 50 75 90 75 100 80 80 60 20 2000 30000 15000 6000 1 15000 LS (B). Grand drill machine 1/4" 43.15cm. Fullers different types 7. Sledge hammer . SHEET METAL. Adze 500 gm. (Approx.) 4. Bradawl 35. Swages different types 6. (Approx. Auger bit 39. Pincer 175 mm. 4. Wooden mallet 45. Claw hammer 46. Carpentry work benches 59. Dovetail bit 40. Water stone 58. 50.34. Misc. 3. Trammel 1 m.) Cross peen 0. Electric blower with motor 9.5 Kg. Half round file 12" 55. Center bit 37. 5 1 5 5 60 60 40 300 300 200 5 2 2500 1250 12500 2500 1500 1500 500 240 180 150 5000 25000 400 10 150 10 150 1 500 6 40 6 30 1 150 1 5000 5 5000 2 200 LS 2500 78 . Leg vice 15 cms. Band saw machine complete 60.

Plier 15. 2. Allen key set 24. Centre punch 9. Power hacksaw Misc. WELDING SHOP 1. Surface plate 45x45 cm.5. No. Sheet metal anvil/stakes 17. Solder furnace type 20. Bench drilling machine 13 mm.Name of Equipment 1. 3600 4000 1650 400 2100 2500 300 100 240 1200 2000 350 30 100 100 100 5000 4000 1000 2000 2000 500 350 360 12000 4000 10 300 2 2000 5 350 10 40 1 2100 1 2500 5 60 5 20 12 20 2 600 4 500 1 350 1 30 1 100 1 100 1 100 1 5000 1 4000 1set 1000 1set 2000 1set 2000 1set 500 1set 350 6 60 6 2000 1 4000 LS 10000 (E). Nose plier 16. Sheet metal gauge 8.. Files. Bench shear cutter 40 cm. 10. Bevel protractor 30 cm. 5 5 1 2 2 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 2 2 1 2 1 LS 20 25 120 250 300 5000 100 150 1000 50 60 2000 2500 500 250 5000 250 10000 5000 100 125 120 500 600 5000 500 750 5000 250 300 10000 2500 1000 500 5000 500 10000 @ Rs. (D). Angle gauge 16. Radius gauge 15. Shearing machine 120 cm. . Hammer 13. V. Blow lamp 22. Amt. Hexa frames etc. Double ended electric grinder 19. 12. 9. 30 cm. Straight snips 30 cm. Try square 5. Curved snips 30 cm. Spanners 25. 11. Bench vice jaw 10 cm. Reamer set 21. Dieset. 7. Tap set 22. Vernier depth gauge 13. Ellectric welding set oil cooled 1 10000 10000 79 . 25-50 m. Solder electric 19.) 23. Chisel 10 cm. 18. Work benches 26. Adjustable wrenches (15 cm. Bench vice 13 cm.No. Divider 8. Sheet bending machine Misc. Calipers (Different sizes) 10. 4. Steel rule 30 cm. 18. 6. Combination set 7.m.in Rs. Drill set 20.20cm. Centre punch 6. Block 10x7x4 cm. Feeler gauge--15 blades 14. 11. Brazing equipments and accessories 21. FITTING SHOP S. 60 cm. Thread gauge 17. 14. Micrometer 0-25. 12. Vernier calipers 30 cm.. 3.

Moulding boxes 2. Tool kits 4. Gat volve etc.5 KVA 4. Pit furnace with Blower 25 5 10 sets 2 1 1 1 1 LS 1 6000 1000 2500 1000 1000 6000 7500 3000 5000 5000 No.5 KVA 5.2. Water pump plier 6. 4 250 5 250 5 125 2 300 4 50 2 set 600 1 5000 4 4000 LS 1000 1250 625 600 200 1200 5000 16000 2000 LS 2000 80 . Spray gun with hose pipe 3. Sand tensile testing equipment 8. Wheel volve. Stoving oven 4. Mould hardness tester 7. Stop cock. FOUNDRY SHOP 1. Temperature recorders/controllers 10. 10. Amt. Laddles 3. Chain wrenches 3.in Rs. Misc. Work benches 9. Air cooled spot welder 7. PAINTING & POLISHING SHOP 1. Permiability tester 6. Electroplating Equipment for cromium Nikle plating. Wheel pipe cutter 5.Name of Equipment 1. Misc. Misc. @ Rs. PLUMBING SHOP S. Quenching tanks water or oil 5. Buffing machine with leather and cotton wheels 5. Industrial regulator type oil cooled arc welder 3. Bib cock Cistern. Hacksaw frame and others (H). 2.No. General accssories for air cooled spot welder of 7. Set of various types of plumbing fittings e. Pipe vice 5 cm. work benches (F). Gas welding set with gas cutting torch and complete with all accessories 6. Pipe die set 2" set 7. 1 12000 1 15000 8000 12000 15000 1 15000 15000 LS 20000 1set 12000 12000 1 1000 1000 1 3000 3000 1 4000 4000 1 10000 LS 2000 10000 (G). Pipe bending device 8. Ring spanner Set 4. Air compressor complete with 2 HP motor 2. Portable grinders 9.g.

S.5 & 8 Hydraulic bench may be purchased with all accessories or such institution if already have above items may purchase one unit. course need not purchase these two items sepreately because they will have one complete machine shop for the course 5. 2.) Distillation Column 1 set 12000 12000 1 set 12000 12000 1 set 8000 8000 1 set 12000 12000 1 set 1 set 1 1 1 8000 8000 9000 9000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 15000 90000 10000 1 500 500 1 5000 5000 3 500 1500 1 8000 8000 1 10000 1 7000 1 Set 3000 1 45000 81 . Otherwise 6 units One Unit cost Six units cost 11. Name of Equipment No. push button starter with coolent pump. Apparatus for determining various head losses in pipes 6. Lathe machine 4.P.4.P. Dog chuck 8 inch complete 1 H. Reynold's apparatus with storage tank and flow steadying arrangement with 1/2 HP pump and accessories 4. MACHINE SHOP 1. UNIT OPERATION LAB Sl. Rota Meter 14. for tools.5 inch.2. Sieve Shaker with Motor & Time Switch 18.tray and with standard accessories. Sieve Plate(S. Apparatus to verify Bernoulli's Thorem 2. Model of Centrifugal pump 9.(I). Centrifugal Pump with Motor 16. Cv and Cd 5. Apparatus for determining Cc.No. Height of centres 8.5 feet "V" bed. Notch apparatus with set of notches 7. Pressure gauge Borden's type 10. Shaper machine 12 inch stroke with 2 H. Differential manometer and minor equipments 12. motor 440 volts push button starter with vice 6 inch (Swivel base) 2 25000 50000 1 20000 200000 NOTE:The institutes running mechanical engg. In place of item no. Test Sieve 19. Plate & Frame filter Press 17. Model of Reciprocating pump 8. Orifice Meter 13. Manometer Pitot's tube. 1. Misc. Rate Amount 1. motor 440v. Stop Watch 15. Apparatus for conducting experiments on venturimeter with collecting and supplying tank 3.

Electronic Microprocessors Based Balance 300 Gr. Flap or Nozzle Arrangement For Demonstration. Tank Cylinderical With Inlet & Outlet type. Pressure Regulator with Air Filter Niddle. Name of Equipment No. Air Compressor (Single Stage) 5. Jaw Crusher alongwith Wattmeter and voltmeter (1 Horse Power) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6000 25000 25000 50000 25000 30000 25000 35000 35000 50000 25000 25000 6.20. Stainless Steel Crystalizer 23. Stainless Steel Spherical Jackted Open Pan Evaporator. 16. Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger 27. 40 to 400 Lt. U Tube Double Pipe Heat Exchanger 21.No. 2. 21. Pneumatic Control Valve(Diaphram Type) 17.S. Voltage Stabilizer 26.7 M. Stop Watch 11. Rotatory Dryer 24. Bourdan Pressure Gauge 23.S. Float & Tape Type Liquid Level Measuring Depth 18. Pressure Transducer With Indicator 15. Spherical Jackted Open Pan Evaporator With Stirrer. S. Rotary Vacuum Filter 29. Bimetallic Thermometer 10. M. Viscometer Falling Type 8. Millivoltmeter Milliameter Micrometer 27. 26. Thickner 25. Tanks 1. Boiler 30. Aircompressor With Automatic Control Switch. Strip Chart Recorder 3. 19. AUTOMATIC PROCESS CONTROL LAB Sl. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 6 3 3 3 2 3 Rate Amount 1. Auto Transformer 25. 9. Disintegrator Alongwith Wattmeter and voltmeter (1 Horse Power) 31. 4. Ostwald Viscometer with Water Bath 25000 25000 24000 6000 2000 8000 200 4000 1000 1000 800 10000 6000 10000 6000 5000 800 500 1500 10500 9000 1800 13500 3000 1000 15000 2 1 1 2000 10000 30000 82 .5x1x0. Automatic Rapid Moisture Tester. Infra Red Moisture Meter 7. Tullo Pump of Minium Capacity 24. M. Recording Type Gas/Vapour Filled Thermometer (Single Pen) 14. Tray Dryer 28. 20. Hot Plate Heater/Water Heater 28.S. M. Thermo Couple With Indicator and Control Recorder 13. Constant Steam Rational Viscometer 6. Rate Meter Cap. 22. Platinum Resistance Thermometer 12. 22. Red Wood Viscometer (Complete Set) 29.S.

107 Keys Multimedia Mouse .XP/WINDOWS 2000 /Windows NT iii.00=00 (15+1Server) i. iii. Window Air Conditioner 1. Dos latest version. PENTIUM-IV 2. FoxPro 2.44 MB Key Board .000 01 1. 7. COMPUTER APPLICATION FOR ENGINEERING (Common to all Trades) COMPUTER CENTRE S.Optical Fibre Mouse 32 Bit PCI ETHERNET CARD(10/100) Mbps Pre loaded Windows XP OR WINDOWS 2000 Pre loaded Norton Anti Virus with licence media and manual OR Computer of latest Specification Software : APPROX. 5 KVA on line UPS with minimum 30 miniute battery backup along with sealed maintenance free batteries.5 or Latest Version vi.000 01 20.* Mechanical DeskTop Power Pack (*->Only For Mechanical Engg. all accessories related to Networking.No. Speaker.7. v.5 tones capctity with ISI mark alongwith electronic voltage stablizer with over viltage and time delay circuit 01 01 01 01 01 01 55000 6000 17000 5. Laser Jet 6.4 Ghz or latest RAM-256 MB or latest HDD-80 GB latest MONITOR COLOUR 17" AGP 16 MB 52X MM KIT( 52x CD Drive.A4 4.000.1. Hardware i.000 01 15. Hubs-16 port.) 16 8. MS OFFICE XP iv.Scanner. 1 DESCRIPTION QTY.000 70000 01 10. COST (in Rs. Provision for connecting external batteries with network connectivity.000(EACH) 83 . 132 Column 600 CPS or faster 9 Pin dot matrix printer with 500 million character head life 5. Noval Netware/NT Latest Version ii WINDOWS .) 3. Internal Modem 56 kbps ii.75000 04 30.sound card) FDD .

. Single Phase Transformer 1 KVA 50 Hz.C.. Amt. 50 Hz. Moving Iron Voltmeter 0-300 V. Moving Coil Ammeter 0-10 Amp. 1500 RPM 3. Primary Voltage 230 with tapping at 50%. 2. 9. Moving Iron Ammeter 0-10 Amp. 2 @ Rs. 10. Loading Drum Spring Balance & Belt Arrangement. 11. 14. 86. 3 KVA Star/Delta/Autotransformer Starter.6 % Facility 4.No.in Rs. 16. D. 13. Wattmeter Single Phase Dynamo Type 75/300/600 V. Room preparation and furniture LS 8. 440 RPM. Flouroscant Tube With Choke. Single Phase Variable Inductive Loading with Rheostat. Shunt Motor 3 Kw. 500 RPM . 3 Phase Inductive Loading of Variable Nature 8. 17.C. D. Moving Coil Voltmeter 0-300 V. 6. 10000 20000 2 10000 20000 2 6000 12000 2 5000 10000 2 Set 1 1 2000 2000 8000 8000 1 8000 8000 8 8 8 8 4 1000 1000 1000 8000 1000 8000 1000 8000 2500 10000 1 8000 8000 1 8000 8000 84 . Single Phase Inductive Loading Variable 0-10 Amp.Name of Equipment 1. Three Phase Variable Inductive Loading. 50 Hz. 1500 RPM with 3 Point Starter.5/5 Amp. 12. 5. 1 100 100 No. ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY & ELCETRONICS LAB S. Tachometer (Analog/Digital) 7. 3 Phase Induction Motor 415 V. Megger 0-20 Mega Ohm.8. 15. 2. Compound Motor 3 Kw.

5 litre Test tubes 1/4" x 6" Boiling tube 1" x 6" hard glass Pestle and morter 10 cms Watch glass 7.in Rs. 3.No. SCR Bread Board 19. 26.5 cms Beakers 100 ml. 20. 20. of each Bunsen's burner of brass Gas plant petrol 10 to 20 burners @ Rs. 15 50 750 25. polythen Reagents bottles 250ml 500ml 1000ml Wide mouth bottle 250 ml Winchester bottle 2. Flat bottom flask 500 ml.. Pipette 25 ml. 21. 22. 1000 ml. 11. Measuring flask 250 ml. 23. Power Supply 230 V.S. 5 Amp Misc. with stopper Measring cylinder of various sizes (250 ml. 1. 8. 21. 500 ml. Energy Meter Single Phase 230 V.18. 22. 250 ml. 4. 15 15 15 15 10 10 30 10 150 150 450 150 5 1500 7500 5sets 25 125 2 500 1000 120 5 5 15 15 75 24 2 15 10 24 12 5 15 15 15 6 15 15 15 10 1200 15 75 25 125 15 225 30 450 1 75 10 240 30 60 5 75 15 20 25 30 10 15 30 40 25 60 20 150 480 300 150 150 225 450 240 375 900 300 9. 2. Moving Coil Voltmeter 0-250 V. 7. 9 15 LS 250 50 750 85 . 18. 24. Burette 50 ml. 6. 15 16. 12. Moving Coil Ammeter 0-500 M. 17. INTRODUCTION TO PAINT & POLYMER TECHNOLOGY LAB S. 10. 13. 1000 ml) 3 no. 5. 19. 1500 9. Flat bottom flask 250 ml.A. Name of Equipment Test tube stand Funnel stand Burette stand Pipette stand Chemical balances with analytical weights 1gm -200gms Fractional weights set with rider Kipp's apparatus 1000 ml. Weighing bottle 10 ml with lid Wash bottles Conical flask 250 ml. 400 ml. Amt. 14. 1 1 1 1 1 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 2000 1000 2000 L.

43. for keeping destilled water Lab table 2 m. DRYING OILS & PAINT MEDIA LAB 1. x 1 m. 3-Neck Flasks Condensers With Tubes & Heating Mental Stands With Clamps & Boss Head Beakers ( i) 250 ml ( ii) 500 ml (iii) 1 leter (iv) 2 leter 02 01 15 24 10 05 05 500 1000 20 20 25 30 50 1000 1000 300 480 250 150 150 86 . 35. 3. 50. better tile top Exhaust fans 18" Side racks and selves for bench reagents made of teak wood for 24 bottels each set Digital balance electronic Hot plates 7-1/2". 49. 51. 40. 45.2 m. Blow pipe & work tools with electric blower for glass blowing Cork borers with sharpn Cork pressure Glass cutting knife Spatula hard & nickel/steel Water tapes with gooseneek Gas taps two way Pinch cock & screw Distilled water units (electrical) Distilled water units (solar) Open balance 1000 gms. 52. 48. 34. 46. 37. Platinium wire Brush for cleaning various type Jars 20 Lit. x 1./10 mg. 31. 33. 41. 32. 39.27. 44. 53 54 55. with asbestos Test tube holder Porcelain plates Funnel 15 cm. hight with central sink and cup boards (Teak wood) with drawers and two built in almirah on each side with reagent racks. 36. 2. 29. 47. 28. automatic Spirit lamp Tripod stand Wire gauge 15 X 15 cm. 42. 4. 3" dia controled 2000 watts Hot air oven thermostatically controled with selves and rotary switches 350 x 350 x 25 high pH Meter Glass Electrode Reference Electro Miscellaneous 1 5000 5000 15 30 450 15 10 150 15 15 15 15 15 10 20 16 225 150 300 240 1 set 10000 10000 2 set 100 200 1 set 250 250 1 75 75 2 each 50 100 6 200 1200 10 150 1500 15 20 300 1 5000 5000 1 5000 5000 1 600 600 5 25 125 40 10 400 5 100 500 4 4 8000 32000 2000 8000 4 1 1 2000 8000 10000 10000 1000 1000 1 8000 8000 1 1000 1000 2 2 LS 10000 10. 30. 38.

11. 30 Rs. 14. 5. 15. Brush Glass Plate Cup Wt/10Leter Balance Hegman Gauge Petri Dish Oven Ford Cup No. 6. 10. 2. EQUIPMENT FOR TESTING & QUALITY CONTROL LAB 1.5. 16. 8. 12. 6. 5000 87 . PAINT MAKING LAB 1. 4. 1000 12. Filter Paper Abel’s Flash Points Apparatus 100 3000 11. 7. 2. 3. 13.-4 With Spatula DFT Gauge Mandel Bend Tester Scratch Hardness Tester Pencil Hardness Tester Impact Tester Glasso Meter Black and White Moris Chart Spray Gun with Gravity Feed Cup 2000 15000 5000 20000 2000 30000 10000 20000 20000 15000 40000 20 Per Pcs. Pestle & Mortar Pal Mill/Bal Mill/Attritor(1Leter) With Moter Rs. 9.

Over Head Projector Digital Camera LCD Projector Vaccum Cleaner Audio CD Recorder Cum Player Radio With All Band Colour TV Cutting.00 10000. 3. 8.4.) 01 01 02 02 01 01 01 01 01 04 04 20000.) Fire Extinguisher (5 Kg. 4. 7.00 15000.00 2000. 11.00 150000.00 25000.00 30000. 2.00 88 . 9.00 15000. 6.00 200000. 10. 5.00 30000. LEARNING RESOURCE MATERIALS 1.Binding & Stitching Equipment Photo Copier Machine Fire Extinguisher (2 Kg.00 15000.

comfortable.I FORMAT FOR FIELD EXPOSURE 1. Leaving. 8. Nature of Industry i. Use of computer . 14. Discripton of any breakdown and its restoring. : : : 9. : 5. 3. Machine shop etc) related to repair and maintenance work. Specifications of the product of the section and materials used. Name & Address of the unit 2. Name of checking and Inspecting Instruments and their details. : 12. Details of hadraulics/pneumatic/ thermal units or appliances used if any. Their receiving & distribution. Joining. : 6. : 11. Services. Sections of the unit visited and activities there in. Quality controls measures taken. Safety measures on work place & working conditions in general . : 10. Product. Date of i. 13. Working Hrs. 15. Details of machines/Tools & instruments used in working in the section of the unit visited. ii.if any. : : : : : : : 4. Visit of units store. : : : : 89 . 7. Manner of keeping store items. Details of the shops (welding. Work procedure in the section visited. Work of repair and maintenance cell. ii.ANNEXURE . convenient & hygeinic. iii.Foundary.

: : 3. Date of i. Readiness to work/learn : iv. His activities/worth of being there. : 5. Skill aquired : 4. Any thing specific Sinnature of the Assessor Date :- Designation 90 . Name of the sections of the unit he attended during his stay. Regularity & Punctuality : ii. i. 1. ii.II TRAINEES ASSESSMENT This Institution invites the comments on the training of its students (work & behaviour) from their immediate supervisors on the following points. Joining. Obedience : v. Name of the trainee : 2.ANNEXURE . Leaving. Sense of responsibility : iii.

Number of diploma holder employees under your charge in the area of Paint Technology . 1. 8.What proficiencies are expected from a diploma holder in Paint Technology .Please answer the questions to the points given in the questionnaire. Practical knowledge 3. NOTE: 1. Theoretical knowledge 2.ANNEXURE-III QUESTIONNAIRE INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH.Name of the department/section/ shop : : 4. 2.Please give names of modern equipments/ machines. 2. 4. 4. 7. 2. 6.DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING U. 6.Importent functions of the department/section/shop : 5. 3. : 6. handled by a diploma holder in Paint Technology : 1. 3.Name & Designation of the officer filling the questionnaire 3.Mention the approximate percentage of the following desired in Diploma teaching.Name of the organization : 2. : 1. Skill Development -------------% -------------% -------------% 91 . 5.P.Any other point or suggestion not covered in this questionnaire may be written on a separate paper and enclosed with the questionnaire. 1. 5. PURPOSE: To design and develop Threer Year diploma curriculum in Paint Technology .KANPUR -208002 SUBJECT: Questionnaire for ascertaining the job potential and activities of diploma holder in Paint Technology.

On the job test. 14. 17. Which type of assignment do you suggest for an entrepreneur in Paint Technology .Do you think " on the job training" / Industrial training should form a part of curriculum. 11. if yes then (a) Duration of training -------------(b) Mode of training 1. Yes/No 13. Any other If yes . Spread over different semesters 2. Academic merit 2. Interview 5. In your opinion what should be the subjects to be taught to a diploma student in Paint Technology Chemical . Written test 3. 2.What mode of recruitment is followed by your organisation. Please give brief account of each. Job prospects for the diploma holder in Paint Technology the next ten years in the state / country. Theory Practical 92 . (a) Technical knowledge : (b) Practical skill : (c) Etiquettes and behaviour : (d) Aptitude : (e) Health habit and social background : (f) Institution where trained : ( Yes/ No) 12. 1. 1. Does your organisation conduct field survey to know users views regarding. In which types of organisations can a diploma holder in Paint Technology can work or serve. Home Articles for different age groups and sex. Does your organisation have any system for the survey of Home articles of different countries/States. Mention the capabilities/ Qualities looked for while recruiting diploma holder in Paint Technology . Effect of climatic conditions 3. After completion of course 3.9. Group discussion 4. 15. 1 2 3 Yes/No 4 5 6 16. Any other mode 10.

What changes in technologies are to be incorporated in the development of curriculum in Paint Technology .18. Polytechnic Campus Kanpur-208002 ( Please note that all information in this survey is confidential for the use of curriculum design only ) 93 .U. Kindly mention particulars regarding topics/areas which should be given more emphasis in the curriculum .Development & Training. 21. 20. Kindly give your valuable suggestions for being considered at the time of finilisation of curriculum. Govt.P. Professor Institute of Research. ( Signature ) Kindly mail the above questionnaire duly filled to:Durgesh Chandra Asstt.Yes/No If yes : Please give names of experts in your organisation to whom contact. Theory Practical 19.Kindly state whether your organisation can contribute towards improvement of curriculum in above field.