Electrical Engineering

Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Core Areas Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Power Control Systems Electronics Telecommunications Computer Engineering Maths Total Percentage 40 % 15 % 10 % 10 % 06 % 10 % 09 % 100%

3 Distribution& Utilization______________________________3% . Two port networks.5. DC and AC machines.Electrical Engineering (Detailed) Sr. Electric potential. Ampere circuital Law.7 1.6 1.4 1. DC and AC Circuit Analysis. Fourier.8 2. POWER: 1.4 Instrumentation & Measurement_____________________4% Percentage 1. Electromagnetic fields – Maxwell’s equations. Core Areas FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: 1. 1.2 Transmission____________________________________ ___3% 2. 40 % 1.5 1.1 1.1 Generation ________________________________________3% 2.1 Electrical Circuits & Network Analysis_______________16 % Electric laws and theorems. No.2 2.5 Electromagnetic Fields______________________________6% 1.3 Signals &Systems___________________________________6% Continuous and discrete representation of LTI systems. Magnetic fields – BiotSawart’s Law.1 Electric fields – Coulomb’s Law. Polyphase Circuits.3 1.2 1. 15 % 2. Gauss’s Law. Time and frequency analysis. Laplace and z-transforms.2 Electrical Machines________________________________8% Transformers. 1.1 2. 1.

DIACs.2 ELECTRONICS: 4. State-space. linear and non linear oscillators.1 Linear Control Systems______________________________7% Modeling.6 CONTROL SYSTEMS: 3.2 Integrated Circuits__________________________________4% Op-amps and their applications. 4. SCR. 3. Discrete transfer functions. AC to DC and DC to DC Converters.5 2.2 Digital Control______________________________________3% Sampling. AC to AC cycloconvertor. open and closed loop control.4 Protection______________________________________ ____3% 2.2 4. FETs.5 Power System Analysis______________________________3% 2. 4. ADC and DAC. compensation techniques. 4. Stability of discrete control systems. power amplifiers. MOSFETs).2. BJTs. stability.3 .1 4.1 3.1 Electronic Devices & Circuits________________________3% Diodes. BJTs. their DC and AC analysis and design.4 2. 10 % 3. precision rectifiers and peak detectors.3 Power Electronics___________________________________3% Power devices (Diodes. TRIACs. 3. 10 % 4.3 2. frequency domain analysis. DC to AC Invertors.

COMPUTER: 6. Cylindrical and Spherical coordinates.1 Linear algebra & Calculus__________________________3% Differentiation and Integration.1 Communication Systems____________________________6% Amplitude. 7. 5. . Differential equations. 7. 10 % 06 % 6. Frequency and Phase Modulation schemes. solution of ordinary and partial differential equations. PLDs and FPGAs. Logic gates. 6. 7.3 Probability & Statistics______________________________3% Discrete and continuous random variables.TELECOMMUNICATIONS: 5. 6. 09 % 7.2 Logic Design & Switching Theory____________________3% Boolean Algebra. 7. assembly and interfacing to I/O.3 Microprocessors & Microcontrollers_________________4% 8-bit Processor (8086) and controllers (8051). mean variance and standard deviation. linear regression and curve fitting. probability distributions. Combinational and sequential circuits.1 Computing Fundamentals__________________________3% Software and Hardware fundamentals of computers. Information theory and Coding.2 Numerical Analysis_________________________________3% Numerical methods in Linear Algebra.2 6.1 6. Vectors.3 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS: 6. Matrices and Determinants. 6. 8.

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