Instructions Instruction plans for multi-section courses will be formulated by Course Planners appointed by the Hod-F. For single section courses, the prospective instructors should be the course planners as far as possible. The format of the Instruction plans has been prescribed. It is the responsibility of the Course planner to develop all homework and teaching aids, including the demonstration kits, and arrange for their 34 procurement and distribution 1. Each IP will be a separate .doc file named IPXXXXXX.doc where XXXXXX is the alphanumeric code of the course without any blank or hyphen. 2. As far as possible only one textbook will be prescribed. Additional books will be prescribed only where absolutely essential. 3. Specify only specifically useful web pages. Give complete address and the salient feature of that. 4. Plan for 13×L lectures: 7×L for before the MTE, 6×L for after the MTE. Provide for at least 2×L spill-over lecture. 5. Each half of the plan should be divided into two halves each. 6. Mark the location of the MTE after 7*L lectures. 7. While planning homework, follow the scheduling guidelines given below. 8. At least 6 clear days should be given for students to complete a homework. 9. Nature of homework refers to if it is an individual or group homework, if it is common to all students or not. 10. Copies of the Instruction plans will be made available to all instructors (through the HoD-Ss) as soon as the load allotment is made. 11. Every instructor will complete the due reports within the specified time and submit them to HoD-S who, in turn, will forward them to HoD-F. 12. Wherever there is no HoD-F, the responsibility mentioned in the following pages passes on to HoF 13. Wherever there is no HoD-S, the responsibility mentioned in the following pages passes on to HoS
Scheduling Guidelines for Homework, Tests, Quizzes, Etc. Note : For the current term, the first week is counted from August 31, 2009 (a) Homework category (a) : (particularly, non-quantitative courses in LFBA), the Homework is evaluative. In such courses, full evaluations must be made with appropriate feedback to students. H o m e w o rk n o. 1 2 3 4 Handed out in week number Due in the week number To be evaluated, (notified to students and marks recorded in UMS and student record register) in week number
2 4 10 12
4 6 12 14
6 8 14 15
Homework category (b) : there are two components of this type of homework : one is the evaluation of the submitted work, and the other is the evaluating the student on the basis of a test based on homework. Homew ork no. Handed out in week number Due in the week number Test in week number. Homework to be returned in this week 5 7 13 15 Test to be evaluated, (notified to students and marks recorded in UMS and student record register) in week number 6 8 14 15
1 2 3 4
2 4 10 12
4 6 12 14
org/wiki/Sheet_metal#Forming_processes http://www.No.cfm http://en.b2b-cnc-lathe.No. 11 12 13 14 15 Web address (Exact page address) Salient Features Journal articles as compulsory readings (Specific articles.com/friction-welding-applications.kohlapur Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India). Punjab
FORMAT FOR INSTRUCTION PLAN (for Courses with Lectures with or without Labs) Term: 1 Course No.com/advantages-of-friction-welding.Bhopal
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacturing by shivaji university .wikipedia. MEC 104 Course Title: Manufacturing Science L: 3 Textbook: Other specific books: T: 0 P: 3 Cr 5 1. 5 6 7 8 9 10 Relevant websites: S.wikipedia.com/cnc-swiss/01. Processes and Materials of manufacture 4th edition Roy A Lindberg by PHI India limited 2. A Text book of manufacturing technology by R K Rajput 4.mtiwelding.org/wiki/Lathe_(metal) http://en.mtiwelding.
http://www.Lovely Professional University. Complete reference)
Journal of mechanical engineering by Slovak Academy of sciences Journal of Moulana Azad National institute of technology .A Text book of workshop technology by B S Raghuwanshi ( Vol 1) Other readings: S. Manufacturing sciences By Kalpakjain 3.htm
selection of manufacturing process.3
assembly. general trend in manufacturing.
Chapter 1 Article 1. Detailed Plan for Lectures
Week No.actually used
Introduction to manufacturing. reliability based design. as illustrated in the format.5 1. other readings and websites should be in continuity and can go to any number.
Chapter 1 Article 1. disassembly & service. of text book . Chapter 1 Article 1. product design .
Chapters/ Sections of Textbook/ other
Homework/ Task to be assigned to
Pedagogical tool Demonstration/ case study/images/ animations
Pedagogical tool Demonstration/
Date Delivered (Mention Regular (R) / Up Make (M
etc.Note : Serial no. design for manufacture.planned Part 1 (one fourth of total number of lectures)
ase study/ images/ animations etc.1.4
Quality assurance. other specific books .6
. reliability in production & manufacturing Environmentally conscious design. selection of materials.
Chapter 1 Article 1.
Fundamentals of Mechanical Behaviour. fatigue
Chapter 2 Article 2. compression
Chapter 2 Article. work of deformation.7
Creep. hardness. solidification of metal
Chapter 5 Article 5.11
Metal Casting Processes.8
Part 2 ( another one fourth of total number of lectures)
.1 . cores & core making
Chapter 5 Article – 5. Introduction.8
Video on metal casting
Types of Pattern.7 – 2.3 – 2. Residual stresses. tension.
Chapter 2 Article 2.8
Wood pattern prototype
Properties of moulding sand. Introduction. Materials
Chapter 5 Article 5. impact. bending.2. 2.3
Prototype in lab (workshop)
Expandable mold and Expandable pattern
Chapter 3 Article – 5. 6. 10
Bulk Deformation processes Introduction
Chapter 6 6.8.4
Melting practices and furnaces
Chapter 5 Article – 5.Expandable Mold
Chapter 3 Article 5.9
Chapter 3 Article 5.3
Video on casting processes
Chapter 3 Article – 5.5
Casting processes: .
Chapter 4 Article 6.2.1
\ MID TERM EXAM
Shearing. 6. bending.1.3.5
Video on forging
Video on Rolling
Chapter 4 Article 6.2. Sheet metal characteristics
Chapter 7 Article 7. 6.3. 6.2.5. wire and tube drawing .4.2. 6.3
Chapter 4 Article 6.6
Sheet Metal Forming Introduction.4. 6.4& Chapter 4 Article 18.104.22.168
Rod. 6.3. 6.
Chapter 7 Article 7.
Video on metal removal
Machinability. Article – 7.4 .5.5
Cutting fluid.2.4. spinning
Chapter 7 Article 7. 8. Bending of flat sheet & plates
Chapter 7. 8.5
Metal Removal Processes Chip formation.4
Tube bending. bulging.8
Slitting. tool wear and failure
Chapter 8 Article 8.1. presses
Chapter 7.7.3 & 7.5
. cutting tool geometry
Chapter 8 Article 8. cutting tool materials
Chapter 8 Article 8. Article7. 8.4.
Chapter 9 Article 9. Bonded abrasives
Chapter 9 Article. grinding wheel wear
Chapter 9 Article -9.9.3
Mechanics of grinding.10
Video Turning centre
Material Removal Processes ( Abrasives) Introduction.8
Machine tools for producing various shapes
Chapter 8 Article 8. 9.9
Part 4 (another one fourth of total number of lectures)
Machining and turning centres
Chapter 8 Article 8.10
Chapter 8 Article – 8. 9.6
Grinding operations and machines.4. abrasives.
Chap. 12 Article12.12.-12 Article – 12. Article-12.7
Consumable and non consumable electrodes
Joining Processes Introduction.12.12 Article 12. Arc welding
Video on gas welding
Soldering and brazing
Notes: 1. LCD projector etc. 4. Of the readings above 2. The first homework should be planned for the 2nd week of classes and the last should be assigned at least two weeks before the last day of classes. DoA :Ddate of Allotment . OHP. Do not write Lecture. 5. Use S. No. To be filled in on the date of delivery of lecture by the instructor 3. Forging . Grinding and welding processes
. DoS : Date of Submission Details of Homework and Case Studies Planned:
Topics of the homework
Nature of Homework (Group/individual/fieldwork)
Actual date of of task evaluation
No. Put homework number from Homework Table (below) against the lecture in which planned to be assigned (by co-ordinator). 1 Basics of manufacturing and mechanical properties of Materials
Casting .Rolling and Sheet metal processes
All The detailed homework problems to be submitted attached as annexure Scheme for CA: (out of 100)
Component Homework based tests/quizzes Term paper Lab performance (only if there is a lab component) Any other: specify
Frequency 3 1 11
Marks for each 15 -
Total Marks 45 25 30
Electric Discharge Machining 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Honing Technology Machine design Cutting tool Technology Gear manufacturing technology Plating processes and materials Importance of Quality in different manufacturing processes Advancement in material handling techniques Importance of cutting fluids and lubrication in different manufacturing processes Advancement in different techniques used for performing different operations on sheet metal Melting practices and furnaces Mechanics of grinding Tube drawing .No.List of suggested topics for term paper [at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified homework)
S. CAM and CIM
. bending and Swaging Metal removal process Importance and use of CAD .
problem solving. (case analysis. role play. business game) Date held for Date held for group A. business game etc) Pedagogical tool actually used – mention the title. test.Plan for Tutorials : (Plan for 7 x T before MTE . problem solving. 6 x T after MTE) S. group B
MID TERM EXAM
. No. role play. Topic (s) Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis. test.
1 2 3 4 5 6 Title* Equipment /Materials used Reference of Lab Manual
Traingular and Square fitting Step Fitting Simple Machine Operation Multiple Operation Job To Make Square Tray To Make Tool Box
Fitting Shop Fitting Machine Shop Machine Shop Sheet Metal Shop Sheet Metal Shop
7 8 9 10 11
Lap Joint Double V-But Joint Moulding of CrossJoint Pattern Moulding of TJoint Pattern
Welding Shop Welding Shop Foundry Shop Foundry Shop
. 5 after) Expt. No. 6 before MTE.Instruction plan for Lab component List of experiments (Should plan for 11 weeks of laboratory.
signature & date)
Comments of Coordinator of Specialisation (COS) wherever this designation exists/ CoD-F (if any)
Signature & Date
Comments of HoD-F / HOF (if there is no HOD-F) Signature & Date
.Plan of experiments: Fill exp number to be performed by each group on each lab turn (See the note on Conduct of Laboratory Classes attached herewith) Lab. Turn Date Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 7 Group 8 Group 9 Group 10
_______________________ Prepared by (Instruction Planner: Name.
and the phase II on the write-up. the very first turn should be used to explain all five experiments to all students. 2. One set will be completed before the MTE and the other after MTE.since the lab work should be long enough to engage a student for at least 75% of the class time. on each turn a student has to be evaluated (at her/his seat) on the result and discussion of the last experiment and on the conduct of the current experiment. we may use 4 sets of 3 experiments each.up may be used for each experiment. There are two conflicting set of requirements in any lab course: (a) The need to have an experiment follow the material taught in the lab. each class group will be divided in 9 groups of about 3 students each. Depending on the cost of the equipment required.
4.GUIDELINES FOR PLANNING OF LAB CLASSES 1. we may have two sets of five experiments with one set-up for each experiment. the evaluation may be done whenever he is present for the first time thereafter. In this case. and the need for detailed instructions. In the last category are those experiments where equipment is very expensive. Good lab manuals must be ready before the beginning of the next term – properly vetted by the HoDs. Where the cost of equipment is not very low – but neither very high. and the students will subsequently do all on their own with minimum of instructions on each experiment. The students groups may not work serially . The evaluation is to be done in two phases: phase 1 on the conduct of experiment has to be done while the student is conducting the experiment. A total of ten experiments will be possible in this case. In the next category. we may do one experiment a day. with all students doing the same experiment on a given day. the first and second lab classes of the semester may be used to demonstrate all experiments to all students.
. The instructions for the three experiments will be furnished in the first half hour of the class. and hence only one set . In short. If the student is absent on the next turn. we may offer a lab course in any of the following modes: Whenever the cost of equipment is minor. In this case. In such cases. 3. on one hand. and (b) The need to reduce the requirement of equipment on the other. and 3 set -ups of each experiment will be required. It must be ensured that no more than 4 students work on a set-up. results and conclusion are to be done on the next turn.
It is to be monitored by HOD-S one week before the MTE and at the end of the course. 2. and will pass on the file to the Instruction Planner for the course in the new term. Format for Course Report Term: ___________ Course Code: ____________ Course Title: ____________________________
Name of Instructor:________________________________________ Bio-metric ID: _____________
(To be updated regularly by the instructor and submitted at the end of term to HoD-F through HoD-S) Lectures
. Course reports are to be regularly updated throughout the term.. The completed reports should be sent to HoD-F through HoD-S. 4.e. i. within the first week of the end term examination 3. The reports will then be filed in the Master Course File and retained in the office of the HoD-F. who will use it for the end-term review of course syllabus.Course Report by Teacher (for all courses with or without lab)
Innovation introduced [New pedagogy. case study. etc. NOT part of the Instruction plan
Topic and lecture number where introduced
General Comments of the Instructor about the suitability of IP
General Comments of the lab Instructor about the suitability of IP or new pedagogy attempted in labs:
Syllabus Coverage Report
. teaching aid.S. new demonstration.
________________________________ Signature of Instructor & Date
__________________________________ Signature of HoD-S & Date
HoD-S will submit to HoS a consolidated list of all lagging cases.
.Syllabus coverage by one week before MTE
Satisfactory/ lagging* by ____ lectures.
Syllabus coverage by two week before ETE
Satisfactory/ Lagging* by ____ lectures.