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Course Outline – ENG111 SUIT

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Basic Communication Skills – ENG111 New Course
Text Book:High School Grammar by Wren & Martin, revised by N.D.V, Prasad Rao. Macmillan English by Herta A. Murphy Exploring the world of English by Saadat Ali Shah Junior School Grammar by Raymond Murphy Effective Communications by Herta A. Murphy

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Course Description:- This course aims at helping the students in development of a positive and practical approach to effective written and oral communication in business and professional settings as well as in daily life correspondence also. Emphasis is laid on correct grammar, punctuation and syntax. Personal appearance, style and body language are some other aspects that are discussed. Pre-requisite: Grading Policy: Nil In Semester Evaluation: Final Evaluation: Week-Wise Breakdown

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Topics/Activities What is Communication, Modes of Communication, verbal and non-verbal communication, Importance of Communication Idioms and Proverbs Parts of speech -Prepositions in detail Punctuations & Its use in detail Personal Letters Writing, Social Correspondence, Invitation Business Letters in Detail Essay Writing Effective Writing Skills (Group wise Story Writing Competition) Comprehension Reading Skills, Types of Reading, Skimming & Scanning Practice & Class activity week Intensive Practice End Semester Exam End Semester Exam

6 . Integration.9 10 11.5 5. Application to Tangent and Normal Linearization.-7.3 4. 2.I Calculus and Analytical Geometry Text Book:.7 5.Sc) Simple Cartesian Curves. Logarithmic and Exponential function are also covered.4 2. Techniques and applications of differentiation.2 3 4 5.6 7 8.1-3.3.9. 2.2.1. Symmetrical Properties. Limit and Continuity.Calculus and Analytical Geometry by Thomas. Area of surfaces of revolution End Semester Examination 1. 3. Pre-requisite:Nil Grading Policy:In-semester Evaluations: End Semester Evaluation: 30% 70% Week-Wise Breakdown Week 1. 5. 1. 2. 8.6 3.1 4. lines.3. DeMoivre’s Theorem and its applications (consult Mathematical methods of B.3. 1. Course Description:. Finney.This course provides the basic concepts including introduction to coordinates.5.08.5. Maxima/Minima and point of Inflexion Taylor and Maclaurin Expansion and their convergence Mid Term Examinations Integral as Anti-derivatives. Curve tracing. function and limits.12 13 14 15 16 17 18.1. graph.7 8. Differentiation of Functions Derivatives as slope of tangent to curve and as rate of change.Rev No 1 Dated: 25. 2.2.6 4.03 MA 103 Course Outline Credit Hours : 3-0 Page 1 of 1 pages Mathematics . 2.10 4.19 20 Topics/Activities Chapter Complex Numbers.1. 8. Functions and Graphs.3 71. Indefinite Integration of simple functions Integration by Substitution Integration by Parts and by Partial Fraction Definite integral as limit of a sum Application to Area Application to Arc Length Volumes of solids of Revolution.

Projectile motion.2 1 3. and Vectors: Standards and Units. internal work energy. power. components of vectors. Pre-requisite:Grading Policy:In Semester Evaluation: Final Evaluation: 30% 70% Nil Week-Wise Breakdown Week Topics/Activities Units. collisions.04 Course Outline SUIT GS 111 Credit Hours : 2-1 Page 1 of 2 pages Physics I Engineering Physics Text Books:. gravitational potential energy Elastic potential energy. Unit vectors. Reference Book:- Fundamentals of Physics. Vectors and vector addition & subtraction. work. automotive power Impulse and momentum: Impulse and momentum. Unit consistency and conversion. AddisonWesley Publication company. freely falling bodies.4 2 5 6 7 7 7 8 . work and kinetic energy. Physical Quantities. Resnick and Walker Course Description:This course introduces fundamental concepts of motion in one Dimension. 7th Edition. Precision and significant figures. inelastic and elastic collisions. freely falling bodies. work done by a varying force. centre of mass Chapter 1. 5th Edition by Halliday. product of vectors Motion along a Straight Line: Average and instantaneous velocities. velocity and coordinate by integration. Kirchoff's laws and Complex Networks Analysis. Electromagnetism. relative velocity Work and Energy: Conservation of energy. conservative and dissipative forces. motion with constant acceleration. Gauss' law and its application.10. Estimates and Order of magnitude. recoils. average and instantaneous accelerations. Zemansky and Young.Rev No 2 Dated: 15.University Physics by Sears. conservation of momentum.

10. charging by induction. Gauss’s law and its applications. energy and power in electrical circuits. the Hall Effect Sources of Magnetic Field: Magnetic field of a moving charge. capacitors in series and parallel. resistance. atomic structure. effect of a dielectric.13 27 14 28 15 30 16 30 17 31 18 19 20 32 . magnetic field. electric-field forces. Ampere’s Law and its applications Induction Phenomenon. forces between parallel conductors. Current. Faraday’s Law. motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field. molecular model of induced charge. force and torque on a current loop. field lines. MF of a current element. electrical conductors and insulators. energy of a charged capacitor. Resistivity. theory of metallic conduction Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces: Magnetism. the direct current motor. Thomson’s measurement of e/m Isotopes and mass spectroscopy. Resistance and Electromotive Force: Current. The Cathode Ray tube Capacitance and Dielectrics: Capacitors. Magnetic force on a conductor. Eddy Currents Revision End Semester Exam 24 25 26 12. magnetic field of a circular loop. the parallel-plate capacitors. the Millikan Oil-Drop experiment.Rev No 2 Dated: 15. current-voltage relation. Coulomb’s law and its applications The Electric Field: Electric field and electrical forces. electromotive force. Motional electromotive force. Gauss’s law in dielectrics. equi-potential surfaces. potential and its calculations. The Electron-Volt. magnetic field lines and magnetic flux. MF of a long straight conductor. charges on conductors Mid Term Examination Electrical Potential: Electrical potential energy. potential gradient. Lenz’s Law.04 Course Outline SUIT GS 111 Credit Hours : 2-1 Page 2 of 2 pages 8 9 10 11 Coulomb’s Law: Electric Charge.

2 3. Word Processing. DBMS.07. Parts of Computer. Other Systems Productivity Software. Internet Basics. Types of Information System. Work Platform. Working with Images. Research and future prospects of Computer Science The Internet & Online Resources. Network Computers Major Components of Computer. office automation tools such as word processing.8 9 10 11.12 13. Micro & Personal Computers.6 7. Input and Output Devices Number Systems Computer Software’s. Minicomputers.requisite:Grading Policy:In Semester Evaluations: End Semester Evaluation: 30% 70% Nil Week-wise Breakdown Week Topics / Activities Brief History of Computers & their Application The Shapes of Computer Types of Computers . Computers in Offices. Getting Online and Work Online Final Term Examination Chap ter 1. Graphics Software Current Trends. Operating Systems Programming Languages Mid Term Examination Social Impact of Computer ages. Notebook & Laptop. databases. Office Automation System and Tools. Spread Sheet Computer Graphics and Design. Industry and Education Purpose of Information System. Mainframe.Super. spreadsheets. internet.4 5. Pre.16 17 18 19 20 .14 15. current trends in computer science.Rev No 1 Dated: 25.06 Course Outline CS 110 Credit Hours: 2-1 Page 1 of 1 pages Introduction to Computer Science Text Book: Reference Book: Introduction to Information Technology by William Sawyer Introduction to Computer Science by Peter Norton Fundamentals of Information Technology by Alexis Leon Course Description: Computer Science concepts and applications in our society as well as a look at the hardware that makes up a computing machine.

06.I Text Books:Basic Electronics by Grob Reference Book:Principles of Electrical Circuits. Pre-requisite:Grading Policy:In Semester Evaluation: Final Evaluation: 70% 30% Background in Physics . The main topics are AC and DC circuit analysis. Boylestad. by Thomas L. operational amplifiers.Rev No 0 Dated: 15. Prentice Hall. 6th Edition. Prentice Hall. Introductory Circuit Analysis by Robert L. Course Description:This course provides a practical approach in the field of electronics.04 Course Outline EE 106 Credit Hours : 2-1 Page 1 of 2 pages CIRCUIT ANALYSIS . amplifiers. active and passive filters. Floyd. and digital electronics.

Parallel Circuits: Parallel elements.04 Course Outline EE 106 Credit Hours : 2-1 Page 2 of 2 pages Week-Wise Breakdown Week 1 2 Topics/Activities Chapter 1. Voltage Divider Rule. 4 Basic Concepts: Charge and Current. Ohm’s Law Series Circuit: Voltage Sources in Series.Rev No 0 Dated: 15.06. Branch current method Capacitance Inductance Transformers Filters FETs Thyristors Testing diodes and Thyristors Transistor amplifiers FET Amplifiers Trouble shooting amplifier circuits Revision End Semester Examination 5. Power. Kirchoff’s current law. Current Divider Rule. 13 14 15 16 17 20 20 27 28 28 28 30 30 30 . Voltage. Parallel Networks. Kirchoff’s Voltage Law. Internal Resistance of Voltage Sources. and Energy. Total Conductance and Resistance. 9 5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12. 3 4 3.