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Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani

Hyderabad Campus

Academic Calendar
(Second Semester 2012 2013)
S 6 M 7 JANUARY T W T 1 8 2 9 F S S 3 M 4 FEBRUARY T W T 5 6 7 F 1 8 S 2 9 S 31 3 M 4 MARCH T W T 5 6 7 F 1 8 S 2 9 3 4 5 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 S 7 M 1 8 APRIL T W T 2 3 4 9 F 5 S 6

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 S 5 M 6 MAY T W T 1 2 7 8 9 F 3 S 4

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 S 30 2 M 3 JUNE T W T 4 5 6 F 7 S 1 8

10 11 12 13

10 11

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

IMPORTANT DATES AND HOLIDAYS


January 7 January 7 January 7 January 7 January 8 January 14 January 21 January 21 January 26 March 10 March 16 March 26, 27 April 11 Second Semester begins Registration for all students Registration for Practice School II Practice School II begins Class-work begins Makar Sankranti (H) Last day for substitution of courses Last day for submission of Application for MeritCum Need Scholarship Republic Day (H) Shivratri (H) Last day for withdrawal from courses Holi (H) Ugadi / Hyderabad Campus Foundation Day (H) April 15 April 20 April 24 April 29 May 01 May 14 May 14 May 18 May 22 May 22 June 14 July 13 July 16 July 16 Registration for Practice School I Ram Navami (H) Mahavir Jayanti (H) Last day for class work Comprehensive Examination begins Comprehensive Examination ends Second Semester ends Summer Vacation begins (For Faculty) Practice School I begins Summer Term begins Practice School II ends Practice School I ends Summer Term ends Summer Vacation ends (For Faculty)

BITS Pilani
Hyderabad Campus

LEGEND
Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. Title COM CODE COURSE NO COURSE TITLE Explanation Computer Code of the Course Course Number Course Title W/P indicates that the course is offered for working professionals 4. CREDIT L = Lecture Hours per week P = Practical Hours per week U = Total Units of the course 5. 6. SEC INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE / Instructor 7. ROOM Section number Name in CAPITAL LETTERS indicates INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE Other names are of instructors First letter indicates block. Eg: F indicates that the room is in F block First digit of number indicates floor, 1 for ground floor and 2 for first floor 8. DAYS M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday Th = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday 9. 10. HOURS COMPRE EXAM DATE (Session) 1 stands for 8.00 AM-8.50 AM, 2 for 9.00 AM-9.50 AM and so on FN: 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon AN: 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM

CONTENTS
Sl. No. I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX Course Handout Course-wise Timetable Schedule for Tests and Quizzes Textbooks Suggestions for Choosing Electives Prerequisites/Restrictions List of equivalent courses Certain Instructions Regarding Registration Library, EDD and Campus Book Store Blank Timetable Blank Examination Schedule Blank Comprehensive Examination Schedule Item Page Number

1 3 29 39 65 66 67 69 70 77 72 72

I. COURSE HANDOUT
Each course will have a Course Handout which will describe all the operational details of the course. This will be in two parts. While Part I describes the general operational details applicable to all courses, Part II will describe the specific details for a particular course in terms of lecture-wise plan, reference material, evaluation schedule, etc. Part I of the handout is given below and Part II of the handout will be made available to the students during the first week of class work by the respective course Instructor In-charge/ Instructor. COURSE HANDOUT PART I 1. Textbook: Refer to Section IV in the timetable for textbook(s) of the course and also in Part-II of the course handout. 2. Attendance: Every student is expected to be regular (in attendance) in all lecture classes, tutorials, laboratories, tests, quizzes, seminars etc and in fulfilling all tasks assigned to him/her. Attendance will be recorded. 3. Home Assignment: Every student must submit promptly and properly all home assignments, as detailed in Part II of the course handout. 4. Reading Assignment: Every student must complete his/her reading assignment and come prepared to the class. For details see Part II of the course handout. 5. Evaluation: (a) The components of evaluation for each course will be selected from tests, quizzes, home assignments, lab work, viva voce, project reports, term papers, seminars, comprehensive examination etc. The specific components with the related weightage for a particular course will be spelt out in Part II of the handout. (b) Two tests will be conducted for each course during two scheduled periods in a semester, besides other evaluation components like quiz, assignments if any and comprehensive examination. The evaluation scheme will include open book component(s) as described below: For first degree courses: at least 20% of the evaluation components must be Open Book/ Take-Home at most 80% of the evaluation may be based on Tests/ Exams For higher degree courses: include two or more research-oriented activities (Literature Survey, Seminars/ Presentations/ Research Summaries, Design/ Development of processes/ products/ artifacts, Experimental or Quantitative Analysis of processes/ products/ phenomena, Design of Experiments etc.) include at least 40% of evaluation components that are Open Book/ Take-Home include at most 60% of evaluation components in the form of Tests/ Exams. (c) Duration of the tests will normally be one hour, depending on the nature of evaluation components in a course. The comprehensive examination will carry a weightage of 30% to 40% and will be normally of 3 hours duration. (d) For dates of tests/quizzes and comprehensive examinations refer to the Timetable, and Part II of the course handout. Rooms allotted for the tests/quizzes will be displayed in the Notice Board(s).

6. Make-up: Make-up for any component of evaluation will be given only in genuine cases of absence. Permission of the Instructorin-charge, before the examination, is necessary, if the absence is anticipated. The request for make-up should reach the Instructor-in-charge at the earliest. The make-up will be arranged normally in about a week from the date of the regular examination. 7. Return of marked answer books: The marked answer books are normally distributed in the classroom within a week after the examination on two consecutive turns, beyond which the same may be collected from Instructors chamber within one week. In the case of comprehensive examination, the answer books will be distributed to the students at a pre-announced venue and time before finalization of the grades. Request for recheck of the answers must be made immediately upon receipt of the answer books. 8. Discussion of performance: At the time of or before the distribution of marked answer books, performance vis--vis the expected correct answers will be discussed. The highest, lowest, and average marks will also be announced simultaneously. 9. Mid-semester grading: Mid-semester grading will be announced normally in the month of March . It is done in the same manner as that of the final grading as explained below in item 11. 10. Pre-comprehensive total: Students must check their pre-comprehensive total of marks with their respective instructors before the comprehensive examination. 11. Final grading: Total marks of all the students in a course will be tabulated in a histogram. The performance of the class will be analyzed in terms of the average, highest and lowest marks and dividing lines between various clusters. Gaps between clusters and the nature of clusters will guide drawing the dividing lines between various grades. A student may be awarded one of the following letter grades with the corresponding grade points: A(10), A-(9), B(8), B-(7), C(6), C-(5), D(4) & E(2). In a class of large size, the C-band will usually include the average mark. This is not a hard and fast rule, and exceptions may arise in cases of small classes or a skewed histogram etc. If a student gives the instructor inadequate opportunity to evaluate him/ her by absenting himself/ herself from one or various components of evaluation, he/ she will get an NC report (Refer to 4.19, 4.20 of the Academic Regulations). 12. Chamber consultation hours: Each instructor will specify the chamber consultation hours during which the student can contact him/her in his/her office for consultation. 13. Notice: Notices, concerning a course will be displayed on one specific Notice Board only. (For details see part II of handout).

II. COURSEWISE TIMETABLE


COM COD
515 AAOC C111 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

3
CREDIT L P U
3 3

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
B304 F103 F109 F104 F103 F108 F104 B309 F103 F109 B303 B304 F101 F103 B309 F101 01/05 AN 06/05 AN B304 F108 F109 F109 F109 F108 F109 F107 F108 F109 F109 B304 F108 F109 B309 F108 F102 F104 F106 F107 F107 F107 F108 F107 F109 B304 B304 MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF T Th S T Th S T Th S MWF MWF MWF MWF T Th S T Th S T Th S T Th S MWF W W MWF MWF T Th S W W W MWF Th 3 4 7 8 9 3 4 5 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 10 1 1 3 5 2 1 1 1 2 1 13/05 AN 01/05 AN S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

S E C
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION


03/05 FN

Akhlad Iqbal MS Radhakrishnan K VENKATA RATNAM Bivudutta Mishra MS Radhakrishnan TSL Radhika Bivudutta Mishra PTV Praveen Kumar PTV PRAVEEN KUMAR K Venkata Ratnam Akhlad Iqbal TSL Radhika DK Satpathi PTV Praveen Kumar Manish Kumar DK Satpathi MADHURI BHAYYA TO BE ANNOUNCED TO BE ANNOUNCED A RAMU DK Satpathi A Ramu A Ramu DK Satpathi Narsimhulu Dunna PALASH MANDAL Venkata Harini K

597

AAOC C312

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

642

AAOC C321

CONTROL SYSTEMS Tutorial

1 1 2

582

AAOC C341

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

1 2 3

Tutorial

1 2 3

19

BIO C312

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Tutorial

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COM COD
20 BIO C322 ECOLOGY Tutorial 21 BIO C332 GENETICS Tutorial 320 BIO C391 INSTRU METHODS OF ANAL Practical 1 6 4 1 3 3 1

4
CREDIT L P U
3 3

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
B307 B307 B304 B304 B304 B108 T Th S M T Th S T M T Th 4 1 3 1 4 789 03/05 AN 10/05 AN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

S E C
1

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION


08/05 AN

P SANKAR GANESH B Siva Prasad JAYATI RAY DUTTA Sruthi Varier PALASH MANDAL Palash Mandal Naga Mohan Kommu Pavan Kumar M Priyanka Sharma

169

BIO C411

LABORATORY

SUMAN KAPUR Jayati Ray Dutta Madhu Rani Bharati P Sankar Ganesh

LAB

MW

789

1001

BIO F110

BIOLOGY LABORATORY

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

M Madhu Poornima Padmavathi D V Rupak Kumar JAYATI RAY DUTTA Srinivasa Rao V Bhavyasree Priyanka P SUMAN KAPUR Naga Mohan Kommu

A122 A122 A122 A122 A122 A122 A122 F102

Th Th Th F F F S MWF

34 67 89 34 67 89 34 5 01/05 FN

1002

BIO F111

GENERAL BIOLOGY

Tutorial

1 2 3 4 5

Jayati Ray Dutta P Sankar Ganesh Vidya Rajesh Suman Kapur Sridev Mohapatra

B301 B307 B308 B301 B303

T T T Th T

1 1 1 1 1

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COM COD COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT L P U S E C
6 1424 BIO F241 ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Tutorial 1430 BIO F242 INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS Tutorial 1425 BIO F243 GENETICS Tutorial 1426 BIO F244 INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS Practical 3 1 4 1 3 3 1 3 3 1 3 3 1

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INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
B307 B307 B307 B307 B307 B304 B304 B304 B108 Th T Th S M MWF W T Th S T M FS 1 4 1 3 7 3 1 4 789 03/05 AN 10/05 AN 02/05 AN 08/05 AN

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Sridev Mohapatra P SANKAR GANESH B Siva Prasad V RAMAKRISHNA Rajashekar Varma JAYATI RAY DUTTA Sruthi Varier PALASH MANDAL Kumar Pranav Narayan Chinmayi P Ravichand Sridev Mohapatra

151

BIO G542

ADVANCED CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Practical

VIDYA RAJESH Vidya Rajesh Manasi

B308 A123

T Th S Th

4 78

08/05 FN

202 203

BIO G632 BIO G642

TRANSGENIC TECHNOLOGY EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES

3 -

2 -

5 5

1 1

SRIDEV MOHAPATRA V RAMAKRISHNA Mahesh Kumar Reddy Shivani Gupta

B301 A124

MWF MTF

3 789

04/05 FN 01/05 FN

956

BIO G643

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY Practical

KUMAR PRANAV NARAYAN Kumar Pranav Narayan CN Rahul

B307 LAB

MWF W

4 78

03/05 FN

339

BITS C211

INTRODUCTION TO IPR

TO BE ANNOUNCED MG Prasuna

F103

10

30/04 AN

505

BITS C213

INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

SUMAN KAPUR

G101

10

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COM COD
1021 907 550 908 911 856 901 895 913 763 638 639 449 464 549 596 602 520 553 1003 BITS C218 BITS C313 BITS C314 BITS C323 BITS C324 BITS C331 BITS C335 BITS C386 BITS C393 BITS C421T BITS C422T BITS C442T BITS C464 BITS C467 BITS C790T BITS C791T BITS C792T BITS C797T BITS C799T BITS F110 PUBLIC POLICY LAB ORIENTED PROJECT LAB ORIENTED PROJECT STUDY ORIENTED PROJECT STUDY ORIENTED PROJECT COMPUTER PROJECTS COMPUTER PROJECTS QUANTUM INFORMATION & COMPUTATION CURRENT AFFAIRS THESIS THESIS SEMINAR MACHINE LEARNING BIOETHICS & BIOSAFETY INDEPENDENT STUDY TEACHING PRACTICE I TEACHING PRACTICE II PHD SEMINAR PHD THESIS ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Practical

6
CREDIT L P U
3 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 15 15 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 10 2

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
G103 MWF 9

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

S E C
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION


09/05 FN

SRINIVAS SAJJA R KRISHNAN R KRISHNAN BALAJI GOPALAN BALAJI GOPALAN KANNAN RAMASWAMY KANNAN RAMASWAMY K V SHIV CHAITANYA K NAGESHWAR VIDYA RAJESH VIDYA RAJESH VIDYA RAJESH NL BHANUMURTHY TO BE ANNOUNCED A MICHAEL ALPHONSE A MICHAEL ALPHONSE A MICHAEL ALPHONSE VIDYA RAJESH VIDYA RAJESH A VASAN Murari R R Varma Kurra Suresh

F101 G104

MWF MWF

10 8

13/05 FN 13/05 FN

G203 G107

T Th S Su

5 9 10 11

14/05 FN 12/05 FN

F105 B229

W M

1 67

13/05 FN

Chandu Parimi Mujahed Hussaini Syed

B229

89

K Rajitha G Pavan Kumar

B229

34

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COM COD COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT L P U S E C
4

7
INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
B229 T 67

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Paramita Bhattacharya Nitin Kotkunde

K Rajitha R Sanjay Kumar

B229

89

1237 9 575 378 328 47 54

BITS F313 BITS G553 BITS G561T CE C212 CE C241 CE C322 CE C342

MULTICRITERION DECISION MAKING IN ENGG & MGMT REAL TIME SYSTEMS DISSERTATION TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION PLAN & TECH WATER AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT Practical

3 3 3 3 3

3 5 16 3 3 3 4

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

K SRINIVASA RAJU SURENDER SINGH SAMANT VIDYA RAJESH ANMALA JAGADEESH CHANDU PARIMI MVN SIVAKUMAR K SRINIVASA RAJU Murari R R Varma Satyendra Tripathi

F201 G202

T Th S S

5 9 10 11

14/05 FN 12/05 FN

F204 F204 F108 F204 LAB

MWF T Th S MWF MWF T

3 5 2 4 78

Th 10 F204 W 1 T 1 M 1 F204 F108 F204

02/05 AN 14/05 FN 13/05 AN 03/05 AN

Murari R R Varma Satyendra Tripathi

LAB

Th

78

329

CE C383

DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUC Practical

1 1 2

PN RAO M Venu M Venu VR VINAYAKA RAO Abhijeet Siddappa G

F109 LAB LAB F108 LAB F202 F202 F204 F108 G104

T Th S M W MWF F T Th S T Th S T Th S MWF T Th S

3 78 78 9 78 5 2 5 2 3

T 9

F109

10/05 AN

938

CE C391

TRANSPORTATION ENGG Practical

Th 9

F108

08/05 AN

240 287 1191 1192 1193

CE C417 CE C418 CE F241 CE F242 CE F243

APPL. OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN CIVIL ENGG INTRO TO WATER RESO ENGG ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND TECHNOLOGY SOIL MECHANICS

3 3 3 3 3

1 1

3 3 4 3 3

1 1 1 1 1

ANMALA JAGADEESH MURARI R R VARMA CHANDU PARIMI MVN SIVAKUMAR PARAMITA BHATTACHARYA

02/05 FN 07/05 FN W 1 T 1 F204 F108 14/05 FN 13/05 AN 09/05 AN

T 9 G104

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COM COD
Practical 1194 CE F244 HIGHWAY ENGINEERING Practical 230 526 108 109 33 26 31 32 174 835 1180 1181 1182 1183 270 75 393 619 41 CE G514 CE G552 CE G615 CHE C213 CHE C221 CHE C312 CHE C322 CHE C332 CHE C421 CHE C441 CHE F241 CHE F242 CHE F243 CHE F244 CHE G512 CHEM C211 CHEM C212 CHEM C232 CHEM C332 STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION ADVANCED STRUCTURAL MECHANICS & STABILITY EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING FLUID FLOW OPERATIONS CHEMICAL PROCESS CALCULATIONS KINETICS REACTOR DESIGN CHEMICAL PROCESS TECH PROCESS DESIGN DECISIONS BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROCESS CONTROL HEAT TRANSFER NUMERICAL METHODS FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS MATERIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING SEPARATION PROCESSES I PETROLEUM REFINING & PETROCHEMICALS ATOMIC & MOLECULAR STRUCTURE COLLOID & SURFACE CHEM CHEM OF ORGANIC COMPOUND SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 4 1

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CREDIT L P U S E C INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
LAB G103 LAB F201 F201 F201 G201 G102 F203 F202 F202 F202 F202 F202 F202 F203 F203 F202 G105 G104 G105 G101 Th MWF T MWF T Th S MWF T Th S MWF MWF MWF T Th S MWF T Th S MWF MWF T Th S T Th S MWF MWF T Th S MWF MWF 89 4 78 5 4 3 5 7 4 2 3 9 4 3 4 4 3 7 7 5 5 4 T 10 G105 T 1 F202 F 10 G105 Th 1 Th 7 T 8 Th 9 T 9 F202 F202 F202 F203 F203 F 10 G201 T 10 G102 Th 8 Th 7 Th 9 F203 F203 F202 02/05 FN 13/05 AN 04/05 FN 14/05 FN 11/05 FN 03/05 AN 14/05 AN 08/05 AN 09/05 FN 10/05 AN 02/05 AN 07/05 AN 09/05 AN 13/05 AN 11/05 FN 11/05 FN 14/05 FN 04/05 FN 03/05 AN Th 7 G104 07/05 AN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Paramita Bhattacharya VR VINAYAKA RAO Abhijeet Siddappa G A VASAN MVN SIVAKUMAR PN RAO RAMESH BABU ADUSUMALLI D PURNIMA BALAJI KRISHNAMURTHY KARTHIK CHETAN I SREEDHAR ASMA AHMED SRIKANTA DINDA ASMA AHMED D PURNIMA KARTHIK CHETAN BALAJI KRISHNAMURTHY SRIKANTA DINDA SUBHAS GHOSAL R SRINIVASAN RAMAKRISHNAN GANESAN KVG CHANDRASEKHAR VS Rao

523

CHEM C351

K SUMITHRA

G101

T Th S

M 1 G101

10/05 AN

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COM COD
73 587 176 CHEM C352 CHEM C361 CHEM C411 BONDING IN INORGANIC COMPOUNDS POLYMER CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL EXPERIMENTATION

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CREDIT L P U
3 3 9 3 3 3

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
G101 G104 B124 T Th S MWF MW 4 5 789 W 2 G103

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

S E C
1 1 1

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION


08/05 AN 02/05 FN 13/05 AN

R KRISHNAN J SUBBALAKSHMI BALAJI GOPALAN Amit Nag B Arun KML Naidu N Rajesh N Suresh R Krishnan V R Pooja

1006

CHEM F110

CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Sounak Roy H N Nagesh

B124

67

09/05 FN

J Subbalakshmi T Vikramaditya

B124

89

J Subbalakshmi Satish Bolloju

B124

34

Ramakrishnan Ganesan Sai Sudhakar

B124

34

Balaji Gopalan N Srinivasa Rao

B124

34

R Srinivasan M Bharathi

B124

67

AMIT NAG R Santhosh

B124

89

1007

CHEM F111

GENERAL CHEMISTRY

MANAB CHAKRAVARTY N Rajesh

F105

MWF

01/05 FN

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COM COD
Tutorial

10
CREDIT L P U S E C
1 2 3 4 5 6

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
G101 G102 G103 G104 G105 G106 G102 B124 T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th MWF Th S 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 789 W 7 G103 07/05 AN 13/05 AN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Manab Chakravarty R Srinivasan Amit Nag Ramakrishnan Ganesan Balaji Gopalan Sounak Roy SOUNAK ROY ANUPAM BHATTACHARYA A Mahesh Manab Chakravarty P Gangaram Yadagiri

1554 1555

CHEM F241 CHEM F242

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II CHEMICAL EXPERIMENTATION I

3 -

3 3

1 1

1153 1557 925

CHEM F243 CHEM F244 CS C313

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY III OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING & DESIGN Practical ADV COMP ORGANIZATION Practical

3 3 3

3 3 4

1 1 1

ANUPAM BHATTACHARYA SUBHAS GHOSAL GOKUL KANNAN SADASIVAM Gokul Kannan Sadasivam

G201 G102 B308 B212 F106 B211 B212 F102 B211 B212 B229 B230 F103 G101

T Th S MWF MWF Th MWF T T T Th S M M M M T Th S Th

3 3 3 9 4 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 4 7

T 8 G201 T 7 G102

09/05 AN 02/05 AN 04/05 FN

64

CS C342

1 1 2

TATHAGAT RAY Tathagat Ray K C S Murthy R GURURAJ Rakhee R Gururaj C R Prasanna Digambar Powar ARUNA MALAPATI Aruna Malapati

03/05 AN

863

CS C352

DATA BASE SYSTEMS Practical

1 1 2 3 4

07/05 AN

565

CS C362

PROGRAM LANG & COMP CONS Tutorial

1 1

08/05 AN

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COM COD COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT L P U S E C
2 926 335 CS C446 CS C461 DATA STORAGE TECH & NETW COMPUTER NETWORKS Practical 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 2 3 336 1008 CS C471 CS F111 COMPUTER GRAPHICS COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 2 3 2 2 3 4 1 1 2 Tutorial 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1094 CS F211 DATA STRUCTURES & ALGO Practical 3 1 4 1 1 2 Tutorial 1 2 1095 CS F212 DATA BASE SYSTEMS Practical 3 1 4 1 1 2

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INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
G102 G203 F106 B211 B212 B212 G203 F102 F105 B230 B230 B230 B230 B211 B230 B229 B230 B230 B229 F104 B211 B211 G101 G102 F102 B211 B212 Th MWF MWF T T T MWF MWF MWF MW MW T Th T Th T Th WF WF Th S Th S Th S MWF M W W F T Th S M M 7 5 2 7 7 9 9 2 2 3 4 5 7 9 7 9 3 4 5 4 78 78 1 1 3 1 1 07/05 AN 02/05 AN 09/05 FN 14/05 FN 02/05 FN 14/05 AN

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Prafulla Kalapatapu ABHISHEK THAKUR CHITTRANJAN HOTA Chittranjan Hota Abhishek Thakur Gokul Kannan Sadasivam TATHAGAT RAY G GEETHAKUMARI Aruna Malapati Rakhee M Sada Siva Rao M Sada Siva Rao M Sada Siva Rao Prafulla Kalapatapu Aruna Malapati G Geethakumari M Sada Siva Rao Prafulla Kalapatapu TO BE ANNOUNCED NL BHANUMURTHY Surender Singh Samant M Sada Siva Rao NL Bhanumurthy NL Bhanumurthy R GURURAJ Rakhee R Gururaj

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COM COD COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT L P U S E C
3 4 1313 CS F241 MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING Practical 3 1 4 1 1 2 3 4 5 507 2052 CS G513 CS G523 NETWORK SECURITY SOFTWARE FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS CLOUD COMPUTING INTRODUCTION TO MEMS 3 3 1 2 4 5 1 1 2 2004 2108 530 CS G525 CS G527 EA C415 3 3 2 1 5 5 4 1 1 1 2 919 446 EA C416 EA C442 INTRODUCTION TO NANO SCIENCE REM SENS & IMAGE PROCESS 3 3 3 1 1

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INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
B229 B230 F102 D329 D329 D329 D329 D329 G102 G203 G204 G203 G202 B304 G206 B301 F203 M M T Th S M T W Th F T Th S MWF S T Th S S MWF S T Th S MWF 1 1 5 789 789 789 789 789 3 3 234 4 678 9 234 5 5 01/05 FN 09/05 FN 08/05 FN 12/05 AN 05/05 FN 10/05 FN 05/05 FN 14/05 FN

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

C R Prasanna Digambar Powar K C S MURTHY Rakhee T Haripriya T Haripriya K Gopala Krishna V Srihari G GEETHAKUMARI K C S MURTHY Rakhee ABHISHEK THAKUR DIGAMBAR POWAR SP REGALLA SP Regalla SOURI BANERJEE K RAJITHA K M M Rao

Tutorial 264 132 EA C451 ECE C364 INTERNETWORKING TECHNOLOGY ANALOG ELECTRONICS 3 3 3 3 4 1 1 2 Practical 1 2 3

Satyendra Tripathi GOKUL KANNAN SADASIVAM Subha Madha CHETAN KUMAR Y Yoganandam Chetan Kumar Subha Madha

LAB G202 F103 F102 D313 D313 D313

Th S MWF MWF M T W

10 234 4 4 789 789 789 05/05 FN 03/05 AN

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4 5 6 Tutorial 1 2 454 214 241 1384 ECE C392 ECE C393 ECE C394 ECE F241 MODERN COMM TECHN INFORMATION THEORY & CODING COMMUNICATION NETWORKS MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING Practical 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 1385 ECE F242 CONTROL SYSTEMS Practical 3 3 1 1 2 3 1386 ECE F243 SIGNALS & SYSTEMS 3 3 1 2 Practical 1 2 3 1387 ECE F244 MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS Practical 3 3 1 1 2

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DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
D313 D313 D313 F102 F102 F104 F103 F107 F102 D329 D329 D329 D329 D329 F102 D208 D208 D208 B303 B303 D208 D208 D208 F106 D224 D224 Th F S Th Th T Th S T Th S MWF T Th S M T W Th F MWF M W F MWF T Th S T Th Th MWF T W 789 789 789 1 1 4 3 2 5 789 789 789 789 789 10 78 78 78 4 3 9 10 78 9 10 3 78 9 10 02/05 AN M 1 M 1 B309 B310 07/05 AN T 1 F106 13/05 AN T 1 M 1 S 1 F104 F103 F107 10/05 AN 08/05 AN 14/05 AN 14/05 FN

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Prasant Kumar Pattnaik Prasant Kumar Pattnaik Chetan Kumar Chetan Kumar Chetan Kumar Y YOGANANDAM PK THIRUVIKRAMAN S K SAHOO K C S MURTHY Rakhee T Haripriya T Haripriya K Gopala Krishna V Srihari MADHURI BHAYYA Madhuri Bhayya Madhuri Bhayya Madhuri Bhayya BVVSN PRABHAKAR RAO Syed Ershad Ahmed BVVSN Prabhakar Rao Y Yoganandam BVVSN Prabhakar Rao SYED ERSHAD AHMED Syed Ershad Ahmed Syed Ershad Ahmed

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3 Tutorial 1 2 295 ECON C212 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 3 3 1 2 3 69 76 395 397 210 ECON C322 ECON C342 ECON C362 ECON C372 ECON C411 PUBLIC FINANCE: THEORY AND PRACTICE ECONOMETRICS MONEY BANK & FIN MARKETS INTER TRADE & BAL PAYMTS PROJECT APPRAISAL 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1

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INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

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DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
D224 B303 G101 F104 F103 F106 G105 G105 G105 G105 F103 F W F MWF MWF T Th S MWF MWF T Th S T Th S S 9 10 1 1 2 5 5 4 2 3 4 789 Th 1 Th 1 Th 1 F104 F104 F103 03/05 AN 13/05 AN 10/05 AN 08/05 AN 03/05 FN 11/05 AN

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Chetan Kumar Syed Ershad Ahmed Syed Ershad Ahmed Shyam Sundar Shyam Sundar DURGESH CHANDRA P DURGESH CHANDRA P CHINNA HUSSAIN YAGANTI MEERA LAL P LALITHA TO BE ANNOUNCED Shyam Sundar

M 8 G105 T 1 G107 M 1 G105 S 1 G105

99

ECON C412

SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN INDIAN ECONOMY

SHYAM SUNDAR Sivaramakrishna Kodali

F103

T Th S

14/05 FN

211

ECON C421

MAYA VINAY K Nageshwar

G104

MWF

11/05 FN

1023

ECON F211

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

1 2 3

Shyam Sundar Shyam Sundar DURGESH CHANDRA P CHINNA HUSSAIN YAGANTI P LALITHA CHINNA HUSSAIN YAGANTI MEERA LAL BVVSN PRABHAKAR RAO Syed Ershad Ahmed BVVSN Prabhakar Rao

F104 F103 F106 G201 G106 G106 G106 B303 B303 D208

MWF MWF T Th S MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF T Th S T

2 5 5 4 3 7 8 4 3 9 10

Th 1 Th 1 Th 1

F104 F104 F103

11/05 AN

1442 1443 1444 1445 35

ECON F241 ECON F242 ECON F243 ECON F244 EEE C272

ECONOMETRIC METHODS MICROECONOMICS MACROECONOMICS ECONOMICS OF GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT CIRCUITS AND SIGNALS

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3

1 1 1 1 1 2

Th 7 G201 T 7 G106 T 8 G106 Th 8 G106 M 1 M 1 B309 B310

09/05 AN 02/05 AN 11/05 FN 13/05 AN 07/05 AN

Practical

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2 3 570 EEE C364 ANALOG ELECTRONICS 3 3 4 1 2 Practical 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tutorial 1 2 571 637 EEE C374 EEE C383 POWER SYSTEMS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Practical 3 3 3 3 4 1 1 1 2 3 4 65 EEE C415 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS Practical 3 3 1 1 2 381 726 EEE C433 EEE C443 ELECTR MAG FIELD & WAVES ANALOG & DIGITAL VLSI DESIGN 3 3 3 3 1 1

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INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
D208 D208 F103 F102 D313 D313 D313 D313 D313 D313 F102 F102 B303 B303 D312 D312 D312 D312 B304 D208 D208 F106 G207 Th Th MWF MWF M T W Th F S Th Th MWF T Th S M T W Th T Th S M F T Th S MWF 78 9 10 4 4 789 789 789 789 789 789 1 1 2 4 789 789 789 789 5 9 10 9 10 3 5 S 1 B303 14/05 AN 02/05 FN 14/05 FN T 1 B310 10/05 AN 08/05 AN 03/05 AN

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Y Yoganandam BVVSN Prabhakar Rao Subha Madha CHETAN KUMAR Y Yoganandam Chetan Kumar Subha Madha Prasant Kumar Pattnaik Prasant Kumar Pattnaik Chetan Kumar Chetan Kumar Chetan Kumar ALIVELU MANGA PARIMI ANANTH SARADHI Ananth Saradhi Ananth Saradhi Ananth Saradhi Ananth Saradhi S K SAHOO S K Sahoo S K Sahoo PRASANT KUMAR PATTNAIK MB SRINIVAS V Srihari

Practical

1 2

V Srihari V Srihari UM RAO

D208 D208 B303

T W MWF

78 9 10 9 09/05 FN

843

EEE C461

POWER ELECTRONICS

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ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
D208 D208 F102 F105 F106 F107 F104 F108 B310 F102 F102 D329 D329 D329 D329 D329 F102 D208 D208 D208 B303 B303 D208 D208 D208 F106 W S T Th S T Th S F F F F F F T Th S M T W Th F MWF M W F MWF T Th S T Th Th MWF 234 567 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 789 789 789 789 789 10 78 78 78 4 3 9 10 78 9 10 3 02/05 AN M 1 M 1 B309 B310 07/05 AN T 1 F106 13/05 AN 14/05 FN 06/05 FN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

UM Rao UM Rao UM RAO Subha Madha UM Rao Subha Madha T Haripriya Rama Chandra N Pavan Kumar Reddy Pavan Kumar AV K C S MURTHY Rakhee T Haripriya T Haripriya K Gopala Krishna V Srihari MADHURI BHAYYA Madhuri Bhayya Madhuri Bhayya Madhuri Bhayya BVVSN PRABHAKAR RAO Syed Ershad Ahmed BVVSN Prabhakar Rao Y Yoganandam BVVSN Prabhakar Rao SYED ERSHAD AHMED

1009

EEE F111

ELECTRICAL SCIENCES

1 2

Tutorial

1 2 3 4 5 6

1238

EEE F241

MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING Practical

1 1 2 3 4 5

1239

EEE F242

CONTROL SYSTEMS Practical

1 1 2 3

1240

EEE F243

SIGNALS & SYSTEMS

1 2

Practical

1 2 3

1241

EEE F244

MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

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ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
D224 D224 D224 B303 G101 G205 G208 G101 F203 F102 D329 D329 D329 D329 D329 F201 G106 T W F W F S T Th S MWF T Th S T Th S M T W Th F T Th S T Th S 78 9 10 9 10 1 1 234 4 2 4 5 789 789 789 789 789 2 3 Th 10 F201 07/05 FN 10/05 FN Th 9 F203 12/05 FN 08/05 AN 14/05 AN 09/05 AN 14/05 FN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Syed Ershad Ahmed Syed Ershad Ahmed Chetan Kumar Syed Ershad Ahmed Syed Ershad Ahmed ALIVELU MANGA PARIMI K GOPALA KRISHNA ARUNA LOLLA KARTHIK CHETAN K C S MURTHY Rakhee T Haripriya T Haripriya K Gopala Krishna V Srihari T HARIPRIYA P LALITHA Chandra Sekhar K

Tutorial

1 2

816 671 385 563 93

EEE G552 ENGG C212 ENGL C353 ES C242 ES C263

SOLID STATE DRIVES INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAK STRUC & PROP OF MAT MICROPROCESSOR PROGRAMMING & INTERFACING Practical

3 3 3 3

2 2

5 3 3 3 4

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5

30 251

ES C272 FIN C431

ELECTRICAL SCIENCE II MARKETING

3 3

3 3

1 1

1130 1136 1169 1170 1171 1160 1165 1137

GS F211 GS F224 GS F231 GS F232 GS F233 GS F243 GS F245 GS F322

MODERN POLITICAL CONCEPTS PRINT AND AUDIO-VISUAL ADVERTISING DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC POLICY CURRENT AFFAIRS EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAK CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE AND CINEMA

3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3

1 1 -

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

SHAMUEL THARU JOY ANURADHA SRINIVAS SAJJA JOY ANURADHA SRINIVAS SAJJA K NAGESHWAR ARUNA LOLLA MAYA VINAY

G103 G101 G102 G101 G103 G104 G101 G101

T Th S MWF T Th S T Th S MWF MWF MWF MWF

5 9 5 5 9 8 2 7

14/05 FN 09/05 FN 14/05 FN 14/05 FN 09/05 FN 13/05 FN 14/05 AN 11/05 FN

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386 811 1596 1601 1599 1607 564 567 479 489 810 927 HSS C313 HSS C314 HSS F223 HSS F332 HSS F334 HSS F338 HUM C321 HUM C332 HUM C341 HUM C383 INSTR G611 IS C313 CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE AND CINEMA PRINT AND AUDIO-VISUAL ADVERTISING APPRECIATION OF INDIAN MUSIC CINEMATIC ART SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA COMPARITIVE INDIAN LITERATURE APPRECIATION OF INDIAN MUSIC CINEMATIC ART COMPARITIVE INDIAN LITERATURE SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND DESIGN Practical 318 IS C332 DATABASE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS Practical 3 3 1 1 2 3 4 293 58 930 529 IS C341 IS C342 IS C446 IS C461 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING STRUCTURES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES DATA STORAGE TECH & NETW COMPUTER NETWORKS Practical 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1

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ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
G101 G101 G102 G101 G101 G101 G102 G101 G101 G101 G205 B308 B212 F102 B211 B212 B229 B230 G104 G106 G203 F106 B211 MWF MWF T Th S MWF MWF MWF T Th S MWF MWF MWF S MWF Th T Th S M M M M T Th S MWF MWF MWF T 7 9 4 8 5 3 4 8 3 5 678 3 9 3 1 1 1 1 4 4 5 2 7 S 1 G104 Th 1 G107 08/05 AN 03/05 AN 02/05 FN 14/05 AN 07/05 AN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

S E C
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION


11/05 FN 09/05 FN 03/05 FN 06/05 FN 02/05 FN 07/05 AN 03/05 FN 06/05 FN 07/05 AN 02/05 FN 05/05 FN 04/05 FN

MAYA VINAY JOY ANURADHA OLYMPIA BHATT OLYMPIA BHATT ARUNA LOLLA MG PRASUNA OLYMPIA BHATT OLYMPIA BHATT MG PRASUNA ARUNA LOLLA TO BE ANNOUNCED GOKUL KANNAN SADASIVAM Gokul Kannan Sadasivam R GURURAJ Rakhee R Gururaj C R Prasanna Digambar Powar C R PRASANNA PRAFULLA KALAPATAPU ABHISHEK THAKUR CHITTRANJAN HOTA Chittranjan Hota

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2 3 768 1142 IS C471 IS F211 COMPUTER GRAPHICS DATA STRUCTURES & ALGO Practical 2 3 2 1 3 4 1 1 1 2 Tutorial 1 2 1527 1528 IS F242 IS F243 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION DATABASE SYST AND APPL Practical 3 3 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 2 3 4 419 120 131 134 591 1011 MATH C222 MATH C312 MATH C322 MATH C332 MATH C352 MATH F112 DISCR STRUC FOR COMP SCI ALGEBRA II MEASURE & INTEGRATION INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY MATHEMATICS II 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
B212 B212 G203 F104 B211 B211 G101 G102 G201 F102 B211 B212 B229 B230 G103 F204 F107 F204 F204 B303 F109 B303 F107 F107 F107 F107 T T MWF MWF M W W F T Th S T Th S M M M M T Th S T Th S MWF T Th S MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF T Th S T Th S 7 9 9 4 78 78 1 1 4 3 1 1 1 1 3 4 4 3 2 3 4 7 8 9 3 4 T 1 G203 T 8 T 7 M 1 T 1 M 1 M 1 M 1 M 1 M 1 M 1 M 1 F204 F107 F203 F204 F106 F109 F106 B301 F107 B302 F108 09/05 FN 14/05 AN 07/05 AN 10/05 AN 08/05 AN 08/05 FN T 1 G201 13/05 AN 07/05 AN 09/05 FN 02/05 AN

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Abhishek Thakur Gokul Kannan Sadasivam TATHAGAT RAY NL BHANUMURTHY Surender Singh Samant M Sada Siva Rao NL Bhanumurthy NL Bhanumurthy DIGAMBAR POWAR R GURURAJ Rakhee R Gururaj C R Prasanna Digambar Powar PK SAHOO AKHLAD IQBAL A MICHAEL ALPHONSE MS RADHAKRISHNAN BIVUDUTTA MISHRA PK Sahoo Rahul Nigam PK Sahoo Manish Kumar TSL Radhika A MICHAEL ALPHONSE A Ramu

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8 1012 MATH F113 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS 3 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1123 1465 1466 MATH F213 MATH F241 MATH F242 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICAL METHODS OPERATIONS RESEARCH 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1468 37 377 38 MATH F244 ME C211 ME C212 ME C314 MEASURE & INTEGRATION APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Tutorial 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 146 ME C332 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES 3 2 4 1

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DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
B303 B304 F103 F109 F104 F103 F108 F104 B309 09/05 FN 13/05 AN 06/05 AN 03/05 FN B303 B304 F108 F109 F109 F109 F108 F109 F107 G103 G103 F108 F109 F109 B304 F108 F109 B309 F108 F107 G108 G106 B309 G204 G205 B309 T Th S MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF T Th S T Th S T Th S T Th S T Th S MWF MWF MWF MWF T Th S T Th S T Th S T Th S MWF T Th S MWF MWF T T T Th S 5 3 4 7 8 9 3 4 5 3 4 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 4 5 5 4 1 1 3 10/05 AN M 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1 S 1

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Asrarul Haque Akhlad Iqbal MS Radhakrishnan K VENKATA RATNAM Bivudutta Mishra MS Radhakrishnan TSL Radhika Bivudutta Mishra PTV Praveen Kumar PK SAHOO K VENKATA RATNAM PTV PRAVEEN KUMAR K Venkata Ratnam Akhlad Iqbal TSL Radhika DK Satpathi PTV Praveen Kumar Manish Kumar DK Satpathi A MICHAEL ALPHONSE D JAYA KRISHNA JEEVAN JAIDI S S DESHMUKH S S Deshmukh Shikha Rathi M SRINIVAS

T 1 G203 Th 7 G103 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 F 1 T 7 F103 F109 B303 B304 F101 F103 B309 F101 F107

07/05 AN 14/05 FN 02/05 FN 03/05 AN

Th 10 G108 T 10 G106

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ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
E122 E122 B309 G204 G205 B304 G204 G205 B309 B304 WS WS WS WS WS E002 T Th MWF Th Th MWF M M T Th S MWF MW MW T Th T Th T Th T 78 78 2 1 1 7 1 1 4 8 67 89 34 67 89 78 13/05 FN 11/05 FN 13/05 FN 08/05 AN 14/05 AN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

M Srinivas Teja Dasari KURRA SURESH Kurra Suresh Mohan Tejesh YV DASESWARA RAO YV Daseswara Rao Priyanshu Sharma N JALAIAH N SURESH KUMAR REDDY B Madhavi AMIT KUMAR GUPTA Sajun Prasad K Etta Guru Charan Puranik P D JAYA KRISHNA Alivelu Manga Parimi

411

ME C382

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Tutorial

1 1 2

62

ME C422

DYNAMICS OF M/C & VIBRATION Tutorial

1 1 2

942 506 1013

ME C441 ME C472 ME F110

AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES PRECISION ENGINEERING WORKSHOP PRACTICE

3 3 -

3 3 2

1 1 1 2 3 4 5

1085

ME F215

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Umamaheshwera Reddy P Madhuri Bhayya

E002

Th

78

1263

ME F241

MACHINE DESIGN & DRAWING Practical

SP REGALLA SP Regalla

B309 D208 B309 B310 B308 B307 G201

MWF T MWF MWF W W MWF

3 34 7 4 1 1 3

T 1

B309

02/05 AN

1264 1266

ME F242 ME F244

IC ENGINES KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES Tutorial

2 3

2 3

1 1 1 2

S S DESHMUKH YV DASESWARA RAO YV Daseswara Rao Shashank Choudhary NITIN KOTKUNDE

M 1

B308

09/05 AN 07/05 AN

322

ME G512

FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

04/05 FN

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COM COD
2061 6002 2096 266 ME G516 ME G535 ME G536 ME G611 ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CONVECTIVE HEAT & MASS TRANSFER THERMAL EQUIPMENT DESIGN COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Practical 224 MEL G632 ANALOG IC DESIGN Practical 484 MEL G641 CAD FOR IC DESIGN Practical 817 MEL G642 VLSI ARCHITECTURE 2 2 4 1 2 Practical 288 MGTS C211 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3 3 1 1 2 3 112 MGTS C322 MARKETING 3 3 1 3 2 5 1 3 2 5 1

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SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


ROOM DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
G202 G202 G108 G206 D208 G207 D331A G207 D331A G207 G204 D331A F103 F104 F106 G106 MWF MWF T Th S S S MWF W T Th S T T Th S S M MWF MWF T Th S T Th S 4 3 3 67 89 3 789 4 789 3 678 789 2 5 2 3 S 1 S 1 S 1 F105 F105 F106 10/05 FN 04/05 AN 12/05 AN 08/05 FN 04/05 FN

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

S E C
1 1 1 1

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor

COMPRE DATE & SESSION


03/05 FN 04/05 FN 10/05 FN 12/05 FN

M SRINIVAS N JALAIAH JEEVAN JAIDI VENKATARAMAN P Venkataraman P TO BE ANNOUNCED TO BE ANNOUNCED TO BE ANNOUNCED TO BE ANNOUNCED V SRIHARI V Srihari V Srihari SWATI ALOK Swati Alok Srikanth Koka P LALITHA Chandra Sekhar K

1024

MGTS F211

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

1 2 3

SWATI ALOK Swati Alok Srikanth Koka NAGESWARA RAO M AV RAMANI Madhu Babu B Reshma Chowdary Alokam Shalini Saxena

F103 F104 F106 G203 G107 A011

MWF MWF T Th S T Th S MW T

2 5 2 3 3 789

S 1 S 1 S 1

F105 F105 F106

04/05 AN

766 50

MST G511 PHA C212

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING TECHNIQUES PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS Practical

3 2

2 3

5 3

1 1 1

10/05 FN 02/05 AN

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2

23
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DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
A011 Th 789

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Samala Ganesh A Ramya Renuka Reddy

148 155

PHA C312 PHA C332

FORENSIC PHARMACY PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY Practical

3 2

3 3

1 1 1

A SAJELI BEGUM RAHUL VATS Rahul Vats Brahmam Poorna Chandra Rao

G107 G107 A009

MWF T Th T

4 3 789

03/05 AN 10/05 AN

Ram Kumar Mishra Brahmam Poorna Chandra Rao

A009

Th

789

158

PHA C342

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Practical

1 1

P YOGEESWARI Jean Kumar J Therese Patrisha

G107 A025

T Th T

4 789

08/05 AN

Srikanth R J Therese Patrisha

LAB

Th

789

243

PHA C411

PHYSICAL PHARMACY Practical

1 1

V V KRISHNA VENUGANTI Srikanth R Praveen Kumar M

G108 A022

T Th F

2 789

07/05 FN

Praveen Kumar M S Joseph

A022

789

952

PHA C414

BIOPHARMACEUTICS

N ADITYA V V Krishna Venuganti

G106

T Th S

14/05 FN

384 248

PHA C415 PHA C421

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY PHARMA FORMUL & BIOPHARM Practical

3 2

3 3

1 1

RAHUL VATS N ADITYA N Aditya

G108 G108 A022

MWF MW M

5 2 789

02/05 FN 14/05 AN

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INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

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DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Madhu Babu B
1086 PHA F211 PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS Practical 2 1 3 1 1

AV RAMANI Madhu Babu B Reshma Chowdary Alokam Shalini Saxena

G107 A011

MW T

3 789

02/05 AN

Samala Ganesh A Ramya Renuka Reddy

A011

Th

789

1291

PHA F241

PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY Practical

D SRIRAM Jean Kumar P Ganesh Sitaram Radhika

G205 A025

T Th M

3 789

09/05 AN

1292

PHA F242

BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY Practical

AV RAMANI Radhika Rukaiyya S Khan

G108 A011

T Th W

4 789

13/05 AN

1294

PHA F244

PHYSICAL PHARMACY Practical

1 1

V V KRISHNA VENUGANTI Srikanth R Praveen Kumar M

G108 A022

T Th F

2 789

07/05 FN

Praveen Kumar M S Joseph

A022

789

426 2068

PHA G510 PHA G512

APPL OF STAT & COMP INFO CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL DRUGS Practical

5 4

1 1

R PUNNA RAO A SAJELI BEGUM A Sajeli Begum Rukaiyya S Khan S Mahibalan

G106 G208 A025

T Th S T Th S

4 3 78

08/05 FN 10/05 FN

67

PHA G611

ADVANCED PHARMACOLOGY

P YOGEESWARI

G107

MW

05/05 FN

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2 Practical 1

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INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

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DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
G107 A009 Su M 123 789

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

TO BE ANNOUNCED P Yogeeswari M Gangadhar Ram Kumar Mishra Suman Labala

955

PHA G613

PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECH

1 2

V V KRISHNA VENUGANTI TO BE ANNOUNCED V V Krishna Venuganti Suman Labala Venkat Koushik P

G108 G107 A009

MW Su W

3 567 789

05/05 AN

Practical

677

PHA G621

ADVANCED MEDICINAL CHEM Practical

D SRIRAM D Sriram Manoj C P Ganesh Sitaram

G107 A025

T Th F

5 789

14/05 FN

721

PHA G632

DOSAGE FORM DESIGN Practical

R PUNNA RAO S Joseph

G108 A022 B302 B301 B301 B301

MWF T T Th S MWF T Th S MWF T Th S F

4 789 5 4 4 2 3 8 T 1 F 7 Th 7 Th 9 Th 8 B302 B301 B301 B301 B301

03/05 FN

283 165 166 889 887 133

PHY C221 PHY C312 PHY C322 PHY C341 PHY C352 PHY C391

MODERN PHYSICS STATISTICAL MECHANICS SOLID STATE PHYSICS NUCLEAR PHYSICS ATOMIC & MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

3 3 3 3 3 1

3 3 3 3 3 4

1 1 1 1 1 1

V SATYA NARAYANA MURTHY PK THIRUVIKRAMAN MEENAKSHI VISWANATHAN BASUDHA MISRA

07/05 AN 03/05 AN 08/05 FN 14/05 AN 10/05 AN 13/05 AN

B HARIHARA VENKATARAMAN B301 ARAVINDA N RAGHAVAN Kannan Ramaswamy Meenakshi Viswanathan Swarnali Bandyopadhyay V Satya Narayana Murthy
B301

II. COURSEWISE TIMETABLE


COM COD
Practical

26
CREDIT L P U S E C INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R
LAB MW 789

COURSE NO.

COURSE TITLE

COMPRE DATE & SESSION

Aravinda N Raghavan Kannan Ramaswamy Meenakshi Viswanathan Swarnali Bandyopadhyay V Satya Narayana Murthy

376 1014

PHY C471 PHY F110

ASTROPHYSICS PHYSICS LABORATORY

3 -

3 1

1 1

SARMISTHA BANIK Asrarul Haque B Harihara Venkataraman

F203 A222

MWF M

3 34

04/05 FN 10/05 FN

D Nagendra Prasad Asrarul Haque

A222

67

Sashideep Gutti Sudipto Muhuri

A222

89

PK Thiruvikraman Rajesh Kannan B

A222

67

Basudha Misra K V Shiv Chaitanya

A222

89

D Nagendra Prasad Sashideep Gutti

A222

34

Sarmistha Banik Asrarul Haque

A222

67

Rajesh Kannan B Basudha Misra

A222

89

Basudha Misra Rahul Nigam

A222

34

10

Rajesh Kannan B Rahul Nigam

A222

Th

67

11

Sudipto Muhuri

A222

Th

89

II. COURSEWISE TIMETABLE


COM COD COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT L P U S E C

27
INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R COMPRE DATE & SESSION

K V Shiv Chaitanya
12

SWARNALI BANDYOPADHYAY B Harihara Venkataraman

A222

34

13

Sarmistha Banik K V Shiv Chaitanya

A222

67

14

D Nagendra Prasad Sashideep Gutti

A222

89

15

D Nagendra Prasad Sudipto Muhuri

A222

34

1482 1483 1484 1485

PHY F241 PHY F242 PHY F243 PHY F244

ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY II QUANTUM MECHANICS I MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF PHYSICS MODERN PHYSICS LAB

3 3 3 2

1 -

4 3 3 2

1 1 1 1

KANNAN RAMASWAMY V SATYA NARAYANA MURTHY SASHIDEEP GUTTI ARAVINDA N RAGHAVAN Meenakshi Viswanathan Souri Banerjee Sudipto Muhuri Swarnali Bandyopadhyay

B302 B302 B302 LAB

MWF T Th S T Th S T

3 5 3 789

Th 8 T 1 Th 9

B302 B302 B302

02/05 AN 07/05 AN 09/05 AN 13/05 AN

490 425 1517 491 493 902

POL C212 POL C321 POL F321 PSY C211 SOC C211 TA C222

MODERN POLITICAL CONCEPTS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE MEASUREMENT TECH II

3 3 3 3 3 1

3 3 3 3 3 4

1 1 1 1 1 1

SHAMUEL THARU SHAMUEL THARU SHAMUEL THARU JOY ANURADHA SRINIVAS SAJJA I SREEDHAR B Madhavi M Venu

G103 G102 G102 G101 G102 G102

T Th S MWF MWF T Th S T Th S MW

5 5 5 5 5 10

14/05 FN 02/05 FN 02/05 FN 14/05 FN 14/05 FN 13/05 FN

Practical

Ramesh Babu Adusumalli

LAB

T Th S

78

II. COURSEWISE TIMETABLE


COM COD COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT L P U S E C

28
INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/ Instructor ROOM

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


DAYS HOURS COMMON HOUR D H R COMPRE DATE & SESSION

B Madhavi M Venu

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
515 597 642 582 19 20 21 320 169 1001 1002 1424 1430 1425 1426 151 202 203 956 339 505 1021 907 550 908 911

29
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 22/2 * * * 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 22/2 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 * 22/2,2/4 * * 25/2,30/3 * * * *

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
11.00 - 12.00 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM * * * 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 3.30 - 4.30 PM * 8.00 - 9.00 AM * * 12.30 - 1.30 PM * * * *

COURSE NO
AAOC AAOC AAOC AAOC BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS C111 C312 C321 C341 C312 C322 C332 C391 C411 F110 F111 F241 F242 F243 F244 G542 G632 G642 G643 C211 C213 C218 C313 C314 C323 C324

PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS OPERATIONS RESEARCH CONTROL SYSTEMS NUMERICAL ANALYSIS DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY ECOLOGY GENETICS INSTRU METHODS OF ANAL LABORATORY BIOLOGY LABORATORY GENERAL BIOLOGY ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS GENETICS INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS ADVANCED CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TRANSGENIC TECHNOLOGY EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO IPR INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PUBLIC POLICY LAB ORIENTED PROJECT LAB ORIENTED PROJECT STUDY ORIENTED PROJECT STUDY ORIENTED PROJECT

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
856 901 895 913 763 638 639 449 464 549 596 602 520 553 1003 1237 9 575 378 328 47 54 329 938 240 287

30
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
* * 20/2,3/4 26/2,29/3 * * * 23/2,1/4 * * * * * * 26/2 23/2,1/4 * * 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
* * 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM * * * 5.00 - 6 .00 PM * * * * * * 9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM * * 9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM

COURSE NO
BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS CE CE CE CE CE CE CE CE C331 C335 C386 C393 C421T C422T C442T C464 C467 C790T C791T C792T C797T C799T F110 F313 G553 G561T C212 C241 C322 C342 C383 C391 C417 C418

COMPUTER PROJECTS COMPUTER PROJECTS QUANTUM INFORMATION & COMPUTATION CURRENT AFFAIRS THESIS THESIS SEMINAR MACHINE LEARNING BIOETHICS & BIOSAFETY INDEPENDENT STUDY TEACHING PRACTICE I TEACHING PRACTICE II PHD SEMINAR PHD THESIS ENGINEERING GRAPHICS MULTICRITERION DECISION MAKING IN ENGG & MGMT REAL TIME SYSTEMS DISSERTATION TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION PLAN & TECH WATER AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUC TRANSPORTATION ENGG APPL. OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN CIVIL ENGG INTRO TO WATER RESO ENGG

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
1191 1192 1193 1194 230 526 108 109 33 26 31 32 174 835 1180 1181 1182 1183 270 75 393 619 41 523 73 587

31
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
5.00 - 6 .00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM

COURSE NO
CE CE CE CE CE CE CE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHE CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM F241 F242 F243 F244 G514 G552 G615 C213 C221 C312 C322 C332 C421 C441 F241 F242 F243 F244 G512 C211 C212 C232 C332 C351 C352 C361

ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND TECHNOLOGY SOIL MECHANICS HIGHWAY ENGINEERING STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION ADVANCED STRUCTURAL MECHANICS & STABILITY EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING FLUID FLOW OPERATIONS CHEMICAL PROCESS CALCULATIONS KINETICS REACTOR DESIGN CHEMICAL PROCESS TECH PROCESS DESIGN DECISIONS BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROCESS CONTROL HEAT TRANSFER NUMERICAL METHODS FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS MATERIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING SEPARATION PROCESSES I PETROLEUM REFINING & PETROCHEMICALS ATOMIC & MOLECULAR STRUCTURE COLLOID & SURFACE CHEM CHEM OF ORGANIC COMPOUND SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY BONDING IN INORGANIC COMPOUNDS POLYMER CHEMISTRY

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
176 1006 1007 1554 1555 1153 1557 925 64 863 565 926 335 336 1008 1094 1095 1313 507 2052 2004 2108 530 919 446 264

32
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
* * 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 22/2 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 22/2,2/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 * 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 *

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
* * 11.00 - 12.00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM * 12.30 - 1.30 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM *

COURSE NO
CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS EA EA EA EA C411 F110 F111 F241 F242 F243 F244 C313 C342 C352 C362 C446 C461 C471 F111 F211 F212 F241 G513 G523 G525 G527 C415 C416 C442 C451

CHEMICAL EXPERIMENTATION CHEMISTRY LABORATORY GENERAL CHEMISTRY INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II CHEMICAL EXPERIMENTATION I ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY III OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING & DESIGN ADV COMP ORGANIZATION DATA BASE SYSTEMS PROGRAM LANG & COMP CONS DATA STORAGE TECH & NETW COMPUTER NETWORKS COMPUTER GRAPHICS COMPUTER PROGRAMMING DATA STRUCTURES & ALGO DATA BASE SYSTEMS MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING NETWORK SECURITY SOFTWARE FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS CLOUD COMPUTING INTRODUCTION TO MEMS INTRODUCTION TO NANO SCIENCE REM SENS & IMAGE PROCESS INTERNETWORKING TECHNOLOGY

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
132 454 214 241 1384 1385 1386 1387 295 69 76 395 397 210 99 211 1023 1442 1443 1444 1445 35 570 571 637 65

33
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 * 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 2.00 - 3.00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM * 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 2.00 - 3.00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM

COURSE NO
ECE ECE ECE ECE ECE ECE ECE ECE ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE C364 C392 C393 C394 F241 F242 F243 F244 C212 C322 C342 C362 C372 C411 C412 C421 F211 F241 F242 F243 F244 C272 C364 C374 C383 C415

ANALOG ELECTRONICS MODERN COMM TECHN INFORMATION THEORY & CODING COMMUNICATION NETWORKS MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING CONTROL SYSTEMS SIGNALS & SYSTEMS MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS PUBLIC FINANCE: THEORY AND PRACTICE ECONOMETRICS MONEY BANK & FIN MARKETS INTER TRADE & BAL PAYMTS PROJECT APPRAISAL SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN INDIAN ECONOMY PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS ECONOMETRIC METHODS MICROECONOMICS MACROECONOMICS ECONOMICS OF GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT CIRCUITS AND SIGNALS ANALOG ELECTRONICS POWER SYSTEMS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
381 726 843 1009 1238 1239 1240 1241 816 671 385 563 93 30 251 1130 1136 1169 1170 1171 1160 1165 1137 386 811 1596

34
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 * 21/2,28/3 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM * 11.00 - 12.00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM

COURSE NO
EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE ENGG ENGL ES ES ES FIN GS GS GS GS GS GS GS GS HSS HSS HSS C433 C443 C461 F111 F241 F242 F243 F244 G552 C212 C353 C242 C263 C272 C431 F211 F224 F231 F232 F233 F243 F245 F322 C313 C314 F223

ELECTR MAG FIELD & WAVES ANALOG & DIGITAL VLSI DESIGN POWER ELECTRONICS ELECTRICAL SCIENCES MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING CONTROL SYSTEMS SIGNALS & SYSTEMS MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS SOLID STATE DRIVES INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAK STRUC & PROP OF MAT MICROPROCESSOR PROGRAMMING & INTERFACING ELECTRICAL SCIENCE II MARKETING MODERN POLITICAL CONCEPTS PRINT AND AUDIO-VISUAL ADVERTISING DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC POLICY CURRENT AFFAIRS EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAK CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE AND CINEMA CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE AND CINEMA PRINT AND AUDIO-VISUAL ADVERTISING APPRECIATION OF INDIAN MUSIC

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
1601 1599 1607 564 567 479 489 810 927 318 293 58 930 529 768 1142 1527 1528 419 120 131 134 591 1011 1012 1123

35
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 * 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 25/2,30/3

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
3.30 - 4.30 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM * 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 11.00 - 12.00 PM 11.00 - 12.00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM

COURSE NO
HSS HSS HSS HUM HUM HUM HUM INSTR IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH F332 F334 F338 C321 C332 C341 C383 G611 C313 C332 C341 C342 C446 C461 C471 F211 F242 F243 C222 C312 C322 C332 C352 F112 F113 F213 CINEMATIC ART

SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA COMPARITIVE INDIAN LITERATURE APPRECIATION OF INDIAN MUSIC CINEMATIC ART COMPARITIVE INDIAN LITERATURE SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND DESIGN DATABASE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE ENGINEERING STRUCTURES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES DATA STORAGE TECH & NETW COMPUTER NETWORKS COMPUTER GRAPHICS DATA STRUCTURES & ALGO COMPUTER ORGANIZATION DATABASE SYST AND APPL DISCR STRUC FOR COMP SCI ALGEBRA II MEASURE & INTEGRATION INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY MATHEMATICS II PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
1465 1466 1468 37 377 38 146 411 62 942 506 1013 1085 1263 1264 1266 322 2061 6002 2096 266 224 484 817 288 112

36
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 * 22/2 22/2,2/4 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 22/2,2/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 * 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 3.30 - 4.30 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM * 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM * 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 2.00 - 3.00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM

COURSE NO
MATH MATH MATH ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME MEL MEL MEL MGTS MGTS F241 F242 F244 C211 C212 C314 C332 C382 C422 C441 C472 F110 F215 F241 F242 F244 G512 G516 G535 G536 G611 G632 G641 G642 C211 C322

MATHEMATICAL METHODS OPERATIONS RESEARCH MEASURE & INTEGRATION APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I POWER PLANT ENGINEERING PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN DYNAMICS OF M/C & VIBRATION AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES PRECISION ENGINEERING WORKSHOP PRACTICE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY MACHINE DESIGN & DRAWING IC ENGINES KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES FINITE ELEMENT METHOD ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CONVECTIVE HEAT & MASS TRANSFER THERMAL EQUIPMENT DESIGN COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN ANALOG IC DESIGN CAD FOR IC DESIGN VLSI ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT MARKETING

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


COM COD
1024 766 50 148 155 158 243 952 384 248 1086 1291 1292 1294 426 2068 67 955 677 721 283 165 166 889 887 133

37
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3 22/2,2/4 22/2,2/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 22/2,2/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3 26/2,29/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 23/2,1/4 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 26/2,29/3 22/2

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TIME
2.00 - 3.00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 11.00 - 12.00 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 8.00 - 9.00 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM

COURSE NO
MGTS MST PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHA PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY F211 G511 C212 C312 C332 C342 C411 C414 C415 C421 F211 F241 F242 F244 G510 G512 G611 G613 G621 G632 C221 C312 C322 C341 C352 C391

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING TECHNIQUES PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS FORENSIC PHARMACY PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY PHYSICAL PHARMACY BIOPHARMACEUTICS PATHOPHYSIOLOGY PHARMA FORMUL & BIOPHARM PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY PHYSICAL PHARMACY APPL OF STAT & COMP INFO CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL DRUGS ADVANCED PHARMACOLOGY PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECH ADVANCED MEDICINAL CHEM DOSAGE FORM DESIGN MODERN PHYSICS STATISTICAL MECHANICS SOLID STATE PHYSICS NUCLEAR PHYSICS ATOMIC & MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

III. SCHEDULE OF TESTS


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38
COURSE TITLE DATE(S)
* * 22/2,2/4 23/2,1/4 25/2,30/3 22/2 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 23/2,1/4 22/2

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TIME
* * 9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 9.30 - 10.30 AM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 12.30 - 1.30 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 5.00 - 6 .00 PM 3.30 - 4.30 PM

COURSE NO
PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY POL POL POL PSY SOC TA C471 F110 F241 F242 F243 F244 C212 C321 F321 C211 C211 C222 ASTROPHYSICS

PHYSICS LABORATORY ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY II QUANTUM MECHANICS I MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF PHYSICS MODERN PHYSICS LAB MODERN POLITICAL CONCEPTS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE MEASUREMENT TECH II

* TO BE ANNOUNCED BY INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
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COURSE TITLE
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS Milton, J. Susan and J. C. Arnold Intro to Probability and Statistics TMH, 4th ed , 2003 (i) Taha, Hamdy A Operations Research:An Introduction Pearson Edu,9th ed.,2011 (ii) Venkateswaran S. and B. Singh Operations Research Notes EDD, V. 3, 2007

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
AAOC C111

597

AAOC

C312

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

642

AAOC

C321

CONTROL SYSTEMS

Nagrath I.J. and M. Gopal Control Systems Engineering NAIL , 5th ed. , 2007 Gerald,Curtis F& P.O.Wheatley Applied Numerical Analysis Pearson Edu. 7th ed.,2003 Wolpert, Lewis & Others Principles of Development OUP, 3rd ed, 2007 Odum, Eugene P & G.W Barrett Fundamentals of Ecology Cengage Learning, 5th ed, 2005 Tamarin, Robert H. Principles of Genetics TMH, 7th ed., 2002 Willard, H H & Others Instrumental Methods of Analysis CBS, 7th ed, 1988 NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED Same as Part iv: Biology Faculty MT-I Biology, Notes EDD, 2007 Lab Manual for Biology Laboratory Notes EDD, 2011 Enger, Eldon D and Others Concepts in Biology BiologyTMH. 14th ed., 2012

582

AAOC

C341

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

19

BIO

C312

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

20

BIO

C322

ECOLOGY

21

BIO

C332

GENETICS

320

BIO

C391

INSTRU METHODS OF ANAL

169 1001

BIO BIO

C411 F110

LABORATORY BIOLOGY LABORATORY

1002

BIO

F111

GENERAL BIOLOGY

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1424

40
COURSE TITLE
ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS Odum, Eugene P & G.W Barrett Fundamentals of Ecology Cengage Learning, 5th ed, 2005 LESK, ARTHUR M INTRO TO BIOINFORMATICS OUP, 3RD ED., 2008 Tamarin, Robert H. Principles of Genetics TMH, 7th ed., 2002 (i) Willard, H.H. & Others Instrumental Methods of Analysis CBS 7th ed, 1988

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
BIO F241

1430

BIO

F242

1425

BIO

F243

GENETICS

1426

BIO

F244

INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

(ii) Mahesh, R and others Lab Manual for Instru. Methods of Analysis Notes-EDD, 2006 151 BIO G542 ADVANCED CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TRANSGENIC TECHNOLOGY Alberts, Bruce & Others Molecular Biology of the Cell Garland Sc 5Th ed. , 2008 (i) R. M. Twyman Gene Transfer to Animal Cells 2008 Taylor & Francis (ii) Edited by Thomson & McWhir Gene Targeting & Embryonic Stem Cells 2008 Taylor & Francis (iii) Carl A. Pinkert Transgenic Animal Technology Academic Press 203 BIO G642 EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES Saxena, V & Others Lab Manual for Experimental Techn. Notes-EDD,2007 Hammond, J & Others Plant Biotechnology;New Prod & Appl. Springer (India), 1999 No text book required

202

BIO

G632

956

BIO

G643

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY

339

BITS

C211

INTRODUCTION TO IPR

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
505

41
COURSE TITLE
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PUBLIC POLICY

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
BITS C213

Erach Bharucha Textbook of Environmental Studies for Undergraduate Courses University Press, 2010 RK SAPRU Art and Craft of Policy Analysis PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. NEW DELHI.2010 NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED Michael A. Nielsen, Isaac L. Chuang Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Cambridge Series Hartley,John Understanding News Routledge,1982 NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED Christopher M. Bishop Pattern Recognition AND Machine Learning Springer publishers TO BE ANNOUNCED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED

1021

BITS

C218

907 550 908 911 856 901 895

BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS

C313 C314 C323 C324 C331 C335 C386

LAB ORIENTED PROJECT LAB ORIENTED PROJECT STUDY ORIENTED PROJECT STUDY ORIENTED PROJECT COMPUTER PROJECTS COMPUTER PROJECTS QUANTUM INFORMATION & COMPUTATION CURRENT AFFAIRS

913

BITS

C393

763 638 639 449

BITS BITS BITS BITS

C421T C422T C442T C464

THESIS THESIS SEMINAR MACHINE LEARNING

464 549 596 602 520 553

BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS BITS

C467 C790T C791T C792T C797T C799T

BIOETHICS & BIOSAFETY INDEPENDENT STUDY TEACHING PRACTICE I TEACHING PRACTICE II PHD SEMINAR PHD THESIS

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1003

42
COURSE TITLE
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
BITS F110

Kulkarni D M and Others Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD PHI,2009 (i) K.Srinivasa Raju, D.Nagesh Kumar Multicriterion Analysis in Engineering and Management PHI Learning Private Limited, New Delhi, 2010 (ii) S.Rajasekharan, GA Vijayalakshmi Pai Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms, Synthesis and Applications Prentice Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi 2007

1237

BITS

F313

MULTICRITERION DECISION MAKING IN ENGG & MGMT

BITS

G553

REAL TIME SYSTEMS

Liu, Jane W S Real Time Systems Pearson Edu., 2000 NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED (i) Fox, R.W. & Others, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., 2011 (ii) Modi, P.N. And Seth, S.M. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Standard Book House, New Delhi, 2007

575 378

BITS CE

G561T C212

DISSERTATION TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I

328

CE

C241

ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES

Hibbeler,R C Structural Analysis Pearson Edu, 6th ed, 2006 (i) Punmia, B.C & Others Building Construction Laxmi, 10the Ed., 2008 (ii) Duggal, S.K Building Materials NAIL 3rd Ed., 2009 (iii) Gupta Rajiv Construction Planning & Technology CBS, 2nd ed., 2008

47

CE

C322

CONSTRUCTION PLAN & TECH

54

CE

C342

WATER AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT

(i) Punmia, B C & Others Environmental Engineering. Vol I & II Laxmi, 2nd ed, 1998

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD COURSE NO COURSE TITLE
WATER AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT 329 CE C383 DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUC

43

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

(ii) Moondra H.S. and Rajiv Gupta Lab Manual for Civil Engg CBS, 2nd ed., 2000 J. N. Bandhopadhyay Design of Concrete Structures 2008, Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi Kadiyali, L.R & N.B Lal Principles & Practice of Highway Engg. Khannan, 5th Ed., 2008 (i) Sivanandan, S N & S N Deepa Principles of Soft Computing WSE,2007 (ii) Patterson, Dan W Intro. to Artificial Intell.& Expert Syst. PHI, 1990

938

CE

C391

TRANSPORTATION ENGG

240

CE

C417

APPL. OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN CIVIL ENGG

287

CE

C418

INTRO TO WATER RESO ENGG

Mays, Larry W Water Resource Engg WSE, 2001 Hibbeler,R C Structural Analysis Pearson Edu, 6th ed, 2006 (i) Punmia, B.C & Others Building Construction Laxmi, 10the Ed., 2008 (ii) Duggal, S.K Building Materials NAIL 3rd Ed., 2009 (iii) Gupta Rajiv Construction Planning & Technology CBS, 2nd ed., 2008

1191

CE

F241

ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES

1192

CE

F242

CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND TECHNOLOGY

1193

CE

F243

SOIL MECHANICS

(i) Ranjan, G and Rao, ASR (2000), Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics New Age International Pub (ii) Bowles, J E (2012) Engineering Properties of Soils Tata McGraw-Hill Edition, 2012

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1194

44
COURSE TITLE
HIGHWAY ENGINEERING

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
CE F244

Kadiyali, L.R. & N.B. Lal Principles & Practice of Highway Engg Khanna, 5th ed., 2008 Rao, S S Engineering Optimization, Theory and Practice NAIL , 3rd ed , 2009 (i) Timoshenko, S.P. and J. N. Goodier Theory of Elasticity TMH, 3rd ed.,1970 (ii) Timoshenko, S.P. and J.M. Gere Theory of Elastic Stability TMH, 2nd ed., 1961

230

CE

G514

STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION

526

CE

G552

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL MECHANICS & STABILITY

108

CE

G615

EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING

(i) Agarwal P and Shrikhande M Earthquake resistant design of Structures PHI ,2006 (ii) S K Duggal Earthquake resistant design of Structures OUP 2007

109

CHE

C213

FLUID FLOW OPERATIONS

(i) Fox Robert W & A T McDonald Intro to fluid Mech WSE, 5th ed., 2001 (ii) McCabe, W L & Others Unit Operations of Chem.Engg MGHISE, 7th ed., 2005

33

CHE

C221

CHEMICAL PROCESS CALCULATIONS

Himmelblau, D.M. Basic Princ. & Calcu in Chem Engg PHI/Pearson Edu., 7th ed., 2009 Fogler, H Scott Elements of Chemical Reaction Engg Pearson Edu, 4th ed, 2006 Rao G.M. and M. Sittig Dryden's Outline of Chemical Tech. EWP, 3rd ed.,1997 Douglas, James M Conceptual Design of Chem Process MGHISE, 1988

26

CHE

C312

KINETICS REACTOR DESIGN

31

CHE

C322

CHEMICAL PROCESS TECH

32

CHE

C332

PROCESS DESIGN DECISIONS

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
174

45
COURSE TITLE
BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
CHE C421

Bailey J.E. and D.F. Ollis Biochemical Engineering Fundamentals THM , 2nd ed. ,1986 (i) Seborg, Dale E and others Process Dynamics and Control WSE, 2nd ed, 2004 (ii) Babu, B V and Others Chemical Engg Lab Manual Notes EDD , 2006

835

CHE

C441

PROCESS CONTROL

1180

CHE

F241

HEAT TRANSFER

Holman J.P. Heat Transfer TMH, 10th ed. , 2009 Steven Chapra and Raymond Kanale Numerical Methods for Engineers McGraw Hill, Sixth or latest edition William D Material Science and Engineering McCalister (7th edition), John Wiley (2007) J. D. Seader, Ernest J. Henley, Seperation Process Principles (Second Edition) (Wiley) Maiti, Sukumar Intro to Petro-Chemicals Oxford IBH , 2nd ed. , 2002 (i) Donald A. McQuarrie Quantum Chemistry Viva. BKS 1983 (ii) Levine, Ira N Physical Chemistry TMH, 6th ed. 2009

1181

CHE

F242

NUMERICAL METHODS FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS MATERIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

1182

CHE

F243

1183

CHE

F244

SEPARATION PROCESSES I

270

CHE

G512

PETROLEUM REFINING & PETROCHEMICALS ATOMIC & MOLECULAR STRUCTURE

75

CHEM

C211

393

CHEM

C212

COLLOID & SURFACE CHEM

Israelachvili, Jacob N Intermolecular and Surface Forces AP , 2nd ed , 1991 Wade, L G Organic Chemistry Pearson Edu, 6th Ed 2006

619

CHEM

C232

CHEM OF ORGANIC COMPOUND

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
41

46
COURSE TITLE
SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
CHEM C332

Warren, Stuart Organic Synthesis:The Disconnection Approach WSE , 1982 (i) Szabo, Attila & N.S. Ostland Modern Quantum Chemistry Dover, 1996 (ii) Norris,A C Computational Chemistry Wiley, 1981

523

CHEM

C351

COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

73

CHEM

C352

BONDING IN INORGANIC COMPOUNDS

Huheey, J E and Others Inorganic Chemistry Pearson Edu, 4th ed, 1993 Fried, Joel R Polymer Science and Technology PHI/Pearson Edu,2nd ed, 2003 (i) A. I. Vogel Qualitative inorganic analysis (ii) A. I. Vogel Qualitative organic analysis (2nd Indian Edition) CBS Publishers and Distributor (iii) A. I. Vogel Quantitative inorganic analysis

587

CHEM

C361

POLYMER CHEMISTRY

176

CHEM

C411

CHEMICAL EXPERIMENTATION

1006

CHEM

F110

CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Same as Part iii: Chemistry Faculty MT-I Chemistry Biology, Notes EDD, 2007 Lab Manual for Chemistry Laboratory Notes EDD, 2011 (i) Atkins P W & Paul Julio de The Elements of Physical Chemistry OUP, 5th ed., 2009 (ii) Solomons T.W Graham &Fryhle Craig B Organic Chemistry Wiley, 10th ed., 2011

1007

CHEM

F111

GENERAL CHEMISTRY

1554

CHEM

F241

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II

Huheey, J. E.; Keiter, E. A.; Keiter, R. L.; Medhi O. K Inorganic Chemistry Principles of Structure and Reactivity 4th Edition, Pearson

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1555 1153

47
COURSE TITLE
CHEMICAL EXPERIMENTATION I ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
CHEM CHEM F242 F243

(i) E. L. Eliel, S. H. Wilen, L. N. Mander John Wiley & Sons Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds 1st Ed., 2004. (T1) (ii) Michael B. Smith & Jerry March Advanced Organic Chemistry John Wiley & Sons, 6th ed., 2012

1557

CHEM

F244

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY III

Levine, Ira N Quantum Chemistry PHI, 6th Edition, 2009 Horstmann,Cay Object-Oriented Design and Patterns WSE,2004 Patterson, D.A. & J.L. Hennessy Computer Organization & Design Elsevier, 4rd ed., 2009 (i) Silberschatz, Abraham & H.F Korth Database Systems Concepts MGHISE 6th Ed 2010 (ii) Churchill, R V and James W, Brown Complex Variables and Applications MGHISE , 8th ed. , 2009

925

CS

C313

OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING & DESIGN ADV COMP ORGANIZATION

64

CS

C342

863

CS

C352

DATA BASE SYSTEMS

565

CS

C362

PROGRAM LANG & COMP CONS

Aho, Alfred V & Others Compilers; Principles, Techniques & Tools Pearson Edu, 2nd Ed., 2006 Spalding, Robert Storage Networks:The complete Reference TMH, 2003 Peterson Larry L & Bruce S Davie Computer Networks: A Systems Approach Elsevier, 5th ed., 2011 Foley J D & Others Computer Graphics:Principles & Practice Pearson Edu , 2nd ed. , 1996

926

CS

C446

DATA STORAGE TECH & NETW

335

CS

C461

COMPUTER NETWORKS

336

CS

C471

COMPUTER GRAPHICS

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1008

48
COURSE TITLE
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
CS F111

Hanly, Jeri R & E.B. Koffman Problem Solving & Program Design in C Pearson Education, 5th ed., 2007 Goodrich, Michael T & R Tamassia Algorithm Design WSE , 2002 (i) Silberschatz, Abraham & H.F Korth Database Systems Concepts MGHISE 6th Ed 2010 (ii) Churchill, R V and James W, Brown Complex Variables and Applications MGHISE , 8th ed. , 2009

1094

CS

F211

DATA STRUCTURES & ALGO

1095

CS

F212

DATA BASE SYSTEMS

1313

CS

F241

MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING

(i) Brey Barry B. The Intel Microproc.: Arch, Prog. & Interfacing Pearson Edu., 8th ed., 2009 (ii) Gurunarayanan, S and others Microprocessor Prog. & Interfacing Notes-EDD, 2006

507

CS

G513

NETWORK SECURITY

Stallings,William Cryptography & Network Security PHI/Pearson Edu, 5th ed, 2011 Daniel D . Gajski, Specification and Design of Embedded Systems Pearson (2008) (i) George Aggelou Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, From Wireless LANs to 4G Networks Tata McGraw Hill Edition 2009 (ii) Joseph Ghetie Fixed-Mobile Wireless Networks Convergence Cambridge, 1st Edition 2008

2052

CS

G523

SOFTWARE FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

2004

CS

G525

ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS

2108

CS

G527

CLOUD COMPUTING

(i) Judith Hurwitz, R.Bloor, M.Kanfman, F.Halper Cloud Computing for Dummies Wiley Publishers, 2010 (ii) Danielle Ruest, Nelson Ruest Virtualization A Beginners guide TMH, 2009

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
530

49
COURSE TITLE
INTRODUCTION TO MEMS (i) GK Ananth Suresh, et. al, Micro and Smart Systems Wiley-India, 2010 (ii) Sharma, NN & Others Lab Manual for MEMS Notes EDD, 2011

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
EA C415

919

EA

C416

INTRODUCTION TO NANO SCIENCE

Poole, Charles P & F.J. Owens Intro to Nanotechnology WSE, 2003 Lillesand TM and Kiefer RW Remote Ensing and Image Interpretation John Wiley, 5th edition (i) Rao, K.R. and Others Multimedia Comm. Systems PHI, 2002 (ii) Banerjee, Rahul Internetworking Technologies PHI, 2003

446

EA

C442

REM SENS & IMAGE PROCESS

264

EA

C451

INTERNETWORKING TECHNOLOGY

132

ECE

C364

ANALOG ELECTRONICS

(i) Maheshwari L K & M M S Anand Analog Electronics PHI, 2005 (ii) Sedra Adel S & K C Smith Microelectronic ciruits OUP, 5th ed., 2004 (iii) Maheshwari L K & M M S Anand Lab Experiments&PSPICE Simu in Analog Electronics PHI, 2005

454

ECE

C392

MODERN COMM TECHN

(i) John G Proakis and Masoud Salehi Communications System Engineering Pearson Education, 2002, Second Ed (ii) H Kolimbiris Fiber Optic Communications Pearson Education, Ist Indian Edition

214

ECE

C393

INFORMATION THEORY & CODING

Dr. Ranjan Bose Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography Tata Mc. Graw Hill, 2nd ed

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
241

50
COURSE TITLE
COMMUNICATION NETWORKS (i) D. Bertsekas and R. Gallaghar Data Networks PHI, 1992, 2/e (ii) A. Leon-Garcia and I. Widjaja Communication Networks TMH, 200.

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
ECE C394

1384

ECE

F241

MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING

(i) Brey Barry B. The Intel Microproc.: Arch, Prog. & Interfacing Pearson Edu., 8th ed., 2009 (ii) Gurunarayanan, S and others Microprocessor Prog. & Interfacing Notes-EDD, 2006

1385

ECE

F242

CONTROL SYSTEMS

Nagrath I.J. and M. Gopal Control Systems Engineering NAIL , 5th ed. , 2007 (i) Lathi, B P Principles of Signal Processing and Linear OUP, 2nd ed., 2009 (ii) Nagrath, I J and S.N. Sharan Signals and Systems TMH, 2nd ed., 2009

1386

ECE

F243

SIGNALS & SYSTEMS

1387

ECE

F244

MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

Sedra Adel S & K C Smith Microelectronic Ciruits OUP , 5th ed , 2004 Case Karl, E & Ray C Fair Principle of Economics Pearson Education, 8th ed, 2006 Musgrave Richard A & P B Musgrave Public Finance in Theory and Practice TMH, 5th ed., 1989 Dougherty, Christopher Intro to Econometrics OUP, 4th ed., 2011 Mishkin, F S & S.G. Eakins Financial Markets & Institutions Pearson Edu, 6th ed,2009

295

ECON

C212

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

69

ECON

C322

PUBLIC FINANCE: THEORY AND PRACTICE ECONOMETRICS

76

ECON

C342

395

ECON

C362

MONEY BANK & FIN MARKETS

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
397

51
COURSE TITLE
INTER TRADE & BAL PAYMTS Salvatore, Dominik International Economics WSE, 8th ed, 2004

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
ECON C372

210

ECON

C411

PROJECT APPRAISAL

Chandra , Prasanna Projects:Planning Anal.Sel.Fin.Imple & Review TMH , 7th ed , 2009 Reilly, Frank K & Keith C.Brow nvestment Analysis & Portfolio Management Cengage-L, 8th ed., 2006 Jalan, Bimal(Ed) The Indian Economy:Problems & Prospects Viking, 1992 Case Karl, E & Ray C Fair Principle of Economics Pearson Education, 8th ed, 2006 TO BE ANNOUNCED Christopher Snyder 1st Indian Cengage (i) Froyen, Richard T Macroeconomics:Theories & Policies Pearson Edu , 8th ed , 2005 (ii) Avasthi G P Macroeconomics Notes EDD , Vol 1 & 2 , 2006

99

ECON

C412

SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN INDIAN ECONOMY

211

ECON

C421

1023

ECON

F211

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

1442 1443 1444

ECON ECON ECON

F241 F242 F243

ECONOMETRIC METHODS MICROECONOMICS MACROECONOMICS

1445

ECON

F244

ECONOMICS OF GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT CIRCUITS AND SIGNALS

Devraj Ray Development Economics OUP, Delhi 2009, Reprint (i) Lathi, B P Principles of Signal Processing and Linear OUP, 2nd ed., 2009 (ii) Nagrath, I J and S.N. Sharan Signals and Systems TMH, 2nd ed., 2009

35

EEE

C272

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
570

52
COURSE TITLE
ANALOG ELECTRONICS

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
EEE C364

(i) Maheshwari L K & M M S Anand Analog Electronics PHI, 2005 (ii) Sedra Adel S & K C Smith Microelectronic ciruits OUP, 5th ed., 2004 (iii) Maheshwari L K & M M S Anand Lab Experiments&PSPICE Simu in Analog Electronics PHI, 2005

571

EEE

C374

POWER SYSTEMS

Nagrath I.J. and D.P.Kothari Power System Engg. TMH, 2nd ed,2008 (i) Lathi, B P & Zhi Ding Modern Digital and Analog Comm.Systems OUP, 4th ed, 2009 (ii) Haykin Simon Communication Systems WSE, 5th ed, 2009 (iii) Balasubramanian, S. & Others Lab Manual for Communication Systems Notes-EDD, 2006

637

EEE

C383

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

65

EEE

C415

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS

(i) Mitra, Sanjit K Digital Signal Processing TMH, 3rd ed , 2006 (ii) Tripathi, Shikha and others Digital Signal Processing Notes-EDD, 2007

381

EEE

C433

ELECTR MAG FIELD & WAVES

Kraus John D & D.A. Fleisch Electromagnetics with Applications MGHISE, 5th ed., 1999 (i) Rabaey, Jan M & Others Digital Integrated Circuits PHI, 2nd ed., 2003 (ii) Razavi, Behzad Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits TMH, 2001

726

EEE

C443

ANALOG & DIGITAL VLSI DESIGN

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
843

53
COURSE TITLE
POWER ELECTRONICS

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
EEE C461

Mohan, Ned & Others Power Electronics:Converters,Appl & Design WSE, 3rd ed,2003 (i) Bobrow, Leonard S Fund. of Electrical OUP , 2nd ed , 1996 (ii) Anand, M M S Sinusoidal Forcing Funct.Resp. & Recti. Notes EDD , 2002

1009

EEE

F111

ELECTRICAL SCIENCES

1238

EEE

F241

MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING

(i) Brey Barry B. The Intel Microproc.: Arch, Prog. & Interfacing Pearson Edu., 8th ed., 2009 (ii) Gurunarayanan, S and others Microprocessor Prog. & Interfacing Notes-EDD, 2006

1239

EEE

F242

CONTROL SYSTEMS

Nagrath I.J. and M. Gopal Control Systems Engineering NAIL , 5th ed. , 2007 (i) Lathi, B P Principles of Signal Processing and Linear OUP, 2nd ed., 2009 (ii) Nagrath, I J and S.N. Sharan Signals and Systems TMH, 2nd ed., 2009

1240

EEE

F243

SIGNALS & SYSTEMS

1241

EEE

F244

MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

Sedra Adel S & K C Smith Microelectronic Ciruits OUP , 5th ed , 2004 Krishnan, R Electric Motor Drives PHI, 2001 Gupta, Rajiv & I J Nagrath Introduction to Systems NAIL, 2005 Lata, Pushp & Sanjay Kumar Communicate or Collapse PHI,2007

816

EEE

G552

SOLID STATE DRIVES

671

ENGG

C212

INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS

385

ENGL

C353

EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAK

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
563

54
COURSE TITLE
STRUC & PROP OF MAT

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
ES C242

William D Material Science and Engineering McCalister (7th edition), John Wiley (2007) (i) Brey Barry B. The Intel Microproc.: Arch, Prog. & Interfacing Pearson Edu., 8th ed., 2009 (ii) Gurunarayanan, S and others Microprocessor Prog. & Interfacing Notes-EDD, 2006

93

ES

C263

MICROPROCESSOR PROGRAMMING & INTERFACING

30

ES

C272

ELECTRICAL SCIENCE II

Nagrath, I J & D.P. Kothari Basic Electrical Engineering TMH, 3nd ed, 2009 Philip Kotler, Kevin Lane Keller, Abraham Koshy, MithileswarJha Marketing Management A South Asian Perspective, Pearson Education India Limited, New Delhi, 13th Ed., 2009 Mckinnon, Catriona Issues in Political Theory OUP, 2nd ed, 2011 Sharma, Sangeeta & Raghuvir Singh Advertising: Planning & Implementation PHI, 2006 (i) Abraham, M Francis Contemporary Sociology OUP, 2006 (ii) Prakash Nirupama & Motilal Das Dyn of Social Change Notes EDD , 2006

251

FIN

C431

MARKETING

1130

GS

F211

MODERN POLITICAL CONCEPTS

1136

GS

F224

PRINT AND AUDIO-VISUAL ADVERTISING DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE

1169

GS

F231

1170

GS

F232

INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

Baron, Robert A Psychology PHI/ Pearson Edu. , 5th ed , 2009 RK SAPRU Art and Craft of Policy Analysis PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. NEW DELHI.2010

1171

GS

F233

PUBLIC POLICY

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1160

55
COURSE TITLE
CURRENT AFFAIRS Hartley,John Understanding News Routledge,1982 Lata, Pushp & Sanjay Kumar Communicate or Collapse PHI,2007 (i) Muller, G H & J A Williams The McGraw Hill Intro. to Literature MGHISE , 2nd ed , 1995 (ii) Geetha, B Intro. to Film Appreciation Notes-EDD, 2008

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
GS F243

1165

GS

F245

EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAK

1137

GS

F322

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE AND CINEMA

386

HSS

C313

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE AND CINEMA

(i) Muller, G H & J A Williams The McGraw Hill Intro. to Literature MGHISE , 2nd ed , 1995 (ii) Geetha, B Intro. to Film Appreciation Notes-EDD, 2008

811

HSS

C314

PRINT AND AUDIO-VISUAL ADVERTISING APPRECIATION OF INDIAN MUSIC

Sharma, Sangeeta & Raghuvir Singh Advertising: Planning & Implementation PHI, 2006 Roy, Ravindra An Approach to Sangeet Notes EDD , 2005 David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson Film Art: An Introduction. SEVENTH EDITION New York: McGraw-Hill Inc., 2004 Bhagavadgita.English Srimadbhagwadgita Gita Pr., n.d. TO BE ANNOUNCED Roy, Ravindra An Approach to Sangeet Notes EDD , 2005

1596

HSS

F223

1601

HSS

F332

CINEMATIC ART

1599

HSS

F334

SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA

1607 564

HSS HUM

F338 C321

COMPARITIVE INDIAN LITERATURE APPRECIATION OF INDIAN MUSIC

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
567

56
COURSE TITLE
CINEMATIC ART

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
HUM C332

David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson Film Art: An Introduction. SEVENTH EDITION New York: McGraw-Hill Inc., 2004 TO BE ANNOUNCED Bhagavadgita.English Srimadbhagwadgita Gita Pr., n.d. TO BE ANNOUNCED Horstmann,Cay Object-Oriented Design and Patterns WSE,2004 (i) Silberschatz, Abraham & H.F Korth Database Systems Concepts MGHISE 6th Ed 2010 (ii) Churchill, R V and James W, Brown Complex Variables and Applications MGHISE , 8th ed. , 2009

479 489

HUM HUM

C341 C383

COMPARITIVE INDIAN LITERATURE SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA

810 927

INSTR IS

G611 C313

ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND DESIGN DATABASE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS

318

IS

C332

293

IS

C341

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

(i) Pressman, R S Software Engineering:A Practitioner's Appr MGHISE , 7th ed , 2010 (ii) Larman, Craig Applying UML Patterns Pearson Edu. , 3rd ed. , 2004

58

IS

C342

STRUCTURES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

(i) Aho, Alfred V & Others Compilers:Principles, Technique & Tools Pearson Edu, 1986 (ii) Sethi, Ravi Programming Lang:Concepts & Constructs Pearson Edu, 2nd, ed., 1996

930

IS

C446

DATA STORAGE TECH & NETW

Spalding, Robert Storage Networks:The complete Reference TMH, 2003 Peterson Larry L & Bruce S Davie Computer Networks: A Systems Approach Elsevier, 5th ed., 2011

529

IS

C461

COMPUTER NETWORKS

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
768

57
COURSE TITLE
COMPUTER GRAPHICS

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
IS C471

Foley J D & Others Computer Graphics:Principles & Practice Pearson Edu , 2nd ed. , 1996 Goodrich, Michael T & R Tamassia Algorithm Design WSE , 2002 TO BE ANNOUNCED (i) Silberschatz, Abraham & H.F Korth Database Systems Concepts MGHISE 6th Ed 2010 (ii) Churchill, R V and James W, Brown Complex Variables and Applications MGHISE , 8th ed. , 2009

1142

IS

F211

DATA STRUCTURES & ALGO

1527 1528

IS IS

F242 F243

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION DATABASE SYST AND APPL

419

MATH

C222

DISCR STRUC FOR COMP SCI

Mott, Joe L & Others Discrete Math. for Computer Scien. & Math. PHI, 2nd ed, 2007 Herstein, Israel N Topics in Algebra WSE, 2nd ed, 1975 Jain, P.K. and V.P. Gupta Lebesgue measure and integration NAIL, 2nd ed,. 2011 Kreyszig, Erwin Intry. Functional Analysis with Appl. WSE, 1978 Pressley, A Elementary Differential Geometry Springer(India), 2001 (i) Churchill, R V and James W, Complex Variables and Applications MGHISE , 8th ed. , 2009 (ii) Andrilli, S & Hecker D Elementary Linear Algebra Elsevier, 3rd ed, 2006

120

MATH

C312

ALGEBRA II

131

MATH

C322

MEASURE & INTEGRATION

134

MATH

C332

INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY

591

MATH

C352

1011

MATH

F112

MATHEMATICS II

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1012

58
COURSE TITLE
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS Milton, J. Susan and J. C. Arnold Intro to Probability and Statistics TMH, 4th ed , 2003

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
MATH F113

1123

MATH

F213

DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

Mott, Joe L & Others Discrete Math. for Computer Scien. & Math. PHI, 2nd ed, 2007 (i) F. B. Hildebrand Methods of Applied Mathematics Dover Publications (ii) Sudhakar Nair Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics: For Engineering and the Physical Sciences Cambridge University Press.

1465

MATH

F241

MATHEMATICAL METHODS

1466

MATH

F242

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

(i) Taha, Hamdy A Operations Research:An Introduction Pearson Edu,9th ed.,2011 (ii) Venkateswaran S. and B. Singh Operations Research Notes EDD, V. 3, 2007

1468

MATH

F244

MEASURE & INTEGRATION

Jain, P.K. and V.P. Gupta Lebesgue measure and integration NAIL, 2nd ed,. 2011 Nag P.K. Engineering Thermodynamic TMH, 4th ed., 2008 White, Frank M Fluid Mechanics TMH, 7th Ed,. 2011 Nag, P.K. Power Plant Engineering TMH, 3rd ed, 2008 (i) Lal Jagdish Hydraulic Machines Metropolitan, 6th ed.rev.,1975

37

ME

C211

APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS

377

ME

C212

TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I

38

ME

C314

POWER PLANT ENGINEERING

146

ME

C332

PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD COURSE NO COURSE TITLE
PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES

59

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

(ii) Kadambi V and Manohar Prasad An Introduction to Energy Conversion NAIL, Vol III ,2nd Ed,. 2011 (iii) Deshmukh, S S and Manoj S.Soni Lab Manual for Prime Movers & Fluid Mech Notes -EDD,1997

411

ME

C382

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

Zeid, Ibrahim, CAD/CAM: Theory & Practice TMH, 2007 (i) Uicker J J & Others Theory of Machines and Mechanisms OUP, 3rd ed., 2003 (ii) Thomson William T & M D Dahleh Theory of Vibrations with Applications Pearson Edu. , 5th ed. , 1998

62

ME

C422

DYNAMICS OF M/C & VIBRATION

942

ME

C441

AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES

(i) Heitner J. Automotive Mechanics EWP , 2nd ed. , 1980 (ii) Giri N K Automobile Mechanics Khanna , 8th ed , 2006

506

ME

C472

PRECISION ENGINEERING

(i) Murty, R L Precision Engg in Manuf. NAIL, 1996 (ii) Beckwith, T G & Others Mechanical Measurements Pearson Edu, 5th ed, 1993

1013

ME

F110

WORKSHOP PRACTICE

(i) Parashar, B S N & R K Mittal Elements of Manufacturing Processes PHI , 2003 (ii) Sangwan, K S & Others Workshop Practice Manual Notes-EDD, 2007

1085

ME

F215

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

NO TEXT BOOK REQUIRED

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1263

60
COURSE TITLE
MACHINE DESIGN & DRAWING

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
ME F241

(i) Joseph Shigley, Charles Mischke, Richard Budynas, Keith Nisbett Mechanical Engineering Design Tata McGraw-Hill (McGraw-Hill Series in Mechanical Engineering) 7th Ed. 2012 (ii) Cencil Jensen, Jay D. Helsel & Dennis R. Short Engineering Drawing & Design Tata McGraw-Hill 7th Ed. 2012

1264

ME

F242

IC ENGINES

Ganeshan V Internal Combustion Engines Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd., 2007 Uncker, JJ and Others Theory of Machines and Mechanisms OUP 3rd Ed., 2003 Reddy John N Intro. to Finite Elements Methods TMH , 3rd ed , 2005 Francis M. Vanek and Louis D. Albright Energy systems Engineering Evaluation & Implementation McGraw-HillCompanies, 2008 (i) A. Bejan Convective Heat Transfer Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, Third Edition, 2004 (ii) W.M. Kays, M. E. Crawford, and B. Weigand Convective Heat and Mass Transfer McGraw-Hill Int. Edition, Fourth Edition, 2005.

1266

ME

F244

KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

322

ME

G512

2061

ME

G516

ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

6002

ME

G535

CONVECTIVE HEAT & MASS TRANSFER

2096

ME

G536

THERMAL EQUIPMENT DESIGN

Wilbert Stoecker, Design of Thermal Systems 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2011 Rogers, David F & James A Adams Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics TMH, 2nd ed, 1989 Razavi, Behzad Des. of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits TMH, 2001

266

ME

G611

COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN ANALOG IC DESIGN

224

MEL

G632

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
484

61
COURSE TITLE
CAD FOR IC DESIGN Trimberger S.M. An Introductuon to CAD for VLSI Kluwer, 1987 Patterson, David A & JL.Hennessy Computer Organization & Design Elsevier, 4td ed, 2009 Robbins, Stephen P & Mary coutler Management Pearson Edu, 10th Ed., 2010

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
MEL G641

817

MEL

G642

VLSI ARCHITECTURE

288

MGTS

C211

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

112

MGTS

C322

MARKETING

Philip Kotler, Kevin Lane Keller, Abraham Koshy, MithileswarJha Marketing Management A South Asian Perspective, Pearson Education India Limited, New Delhi, 13th Ed., 2009 Robbins, Stephen P & Mary coutler Management Pearson Edu, 10th Ed., 2010 Prakash, Ravi Nondestructive Testing Techniques NAIL,2007 Beckett, Arnold H & J.B. Stenlake Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry.Vol.1&2 CBS, 4th ed, 1988 Mithal B.M. Textbook of Forensic Pharmacy Vallabh, 10th ed, 1999 Satoskar R S & Others Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics Popular, 22th ed., 2011 Foye, William O Foye's Principles of Medicinal Chemistry Lippincott, 6th Ed, 2008 Sinko, Patrick J Martin's Physical Pharmacy & Pharm, Sc B.I/Lippincott, 5th ed, 2006

1024

MGTS

F211

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

766

MST

G511

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING TECHNIQUES PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS

50

PHA

C212

148

PHA

C312

FORENSIC PHARMACY

155

PHA

C332

PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY

158

PHA

C342

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

243

PHA

C411

PHYSICAL PHARMACY

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
952

62
COURSE TITLE
BIOPHARMACEUTICS

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
PHA C414

Brahmankar, D.M. & S.B. Jaiswal Biopharma & Pharmacok. A Treatise Vallabh , 2nd ed., 2009 Cotran, Ramzi S (Ed) & Others Robbins Pathologic Basis of Disease Elsevier, 7th ed , 2004 Mithal B.M. Textbook of Pharmaceutical Formulation Vallabh 6th, ed., 1997 Beckett, Arnold H & J.B. Stenlake Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry.Vol.1&2 CBS, 4th ed, 1988 (i) L. G. Wade and Maya Shankar Singh Organic Chemistry Pearson, 6th Edition (ii) Bentley and Drivers Text book of Pharmaceutical Chemistry 8th Edition, Oxford Medical publications

384

PHA

C415

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

248

PHA

C421

PHARMA FORMUL & BIOPHARM

1086

PHA

F211

PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS

1291

PHA

F241

PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

1292

PHA

F242

BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY

Campbell, Marry K & S O Farrell Intro. to Biochemistry Cengage L 2009 Sinko, Patrick J Martin's Physical Pharmacy & Pharm, Sc B.I/Lippincott, 5th ed, 2006 (i) Gottfried, B S Programming with C TMH , 3rd Edition , 2010 (ii) Bolton, S Pharma. Stat.:Pract. & Clinical Appl Marcel Dekker , 5th ed , 2009

1294

PHA

F244

PHYSICAL PHARMACY

426

PHA

G510

APPL OF STAT & COMP INFO

2068 67

PHA PHA

G512 G611

CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL DRUGS ADVANCED PHARMACOLOGY

TO BE ANNOUNCED Brunton, Laurence L & Others Goodman & Gilman's Pharmacological basis of MGHISE , 12th ed , 2011

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
955

63
COURSE TITLE
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECH

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
PHA G613

Glick, Bernard R & Jack J Pasternak Molecular Biotechnology ASM Pr., 4th ed, 2010 Burger, Alfred Burger's Medicinal Chem. & Drug Discovery Wiley, 7th Ed, Vol-1-8, 2010 Chien, Yie W Novel Drug Delivery Marcel Dekker,2nd ed,1992 Liboff, Richard L Introductory Quantum Mechanics Pearson Edu., 4th Ed., 2003 Pathria, R K Statistical Mechanics Elsevier,3nd ed, 2011 Kittel, Charles Intro to Solid State Physics WSE, 7th ed, 1995 Devanathan,V Nuclear Physics Narosa,2006 Banwell, C N Fundamentals of Mole. Spect. TMH, 4th ed.,1994 (i) Willard, H.H. & Others Instrumental Methods of Analysis CBS, 7th ed, 1988 (ii) Mahesh, R and others Lab Manual for Instru. Methods of Analysis Notes-EDD, 2006

677

PHA

G621

ADVANCED MEDICINAL CHEM

721

PHA

G632

DOSAGE FORM DESIGN

283

PHY

C221

MODERN PHYSICS

165

PHY

C312

STATISTICAL MECHANICS

166

PHY

C322

SOLID STATE PHYSICS

889

PHY

C341

NUCLEAR PHYSICS

887

PHY

C352

ATOMIC & MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

133

PHY

C391

376 1014

PHY PHY

C471 F110

ASTROPHYSICS PHYSICS LABORATORY

No text book required Same as Part Physics i and ii: Faculty MT-I Physics, Notes EDD, 2007 Lab Manual for Physics Laboratory Notes EDD, 2011

IV.TEXT BOOKS
COM COD
1482

64
COURSE TITLE
ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY II Griffiths, David J Intro to Electrodynamics PHI, 3rd ed. , 1999 Liboff, Richard L Introductory Quantum Mechanics Pearson Edu., 4th Ed., 2003

SECOND SEMESTER 2012-2013


TEXT BOOK(S)

COURSE NO
PHY F241

1483

PHY

F242

QUANTUM MECHANICS I

1484

PHY

F243

MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF PHYSICS MODERN POLITICAL CONCEPTS

Tulsi Dass and Satish Sharma Mathematica methods in Classical and Quantum Physics University Press 1998 Mckinnon, Catriona Issues in Political Theory OUP, 2nd ed, 2011 Baylis John, Steven Smith and Patricia Owens The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations (5th Edition) Oxford University Press 2011. Baylis John, Steven Smith and Patricia Owens The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations (5th Edition) Oxford University Press 2011. Baron, Robert A Psychology PHI/ Pearson Edu. , 5th ed , 2009 (i) Abraham, M Francis Contemporary Sociology OUP, 2006 (ii) Prakash Nirupama & Motilal Das Dyn of Social Change Notes EDD , 2006

490

POL

C212

425

POL

C321

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

1517

POL

F321

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

491

PSY

C211

INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

493

SOC

C211

DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE

902

TA

C222

MEASUREMENT TECH II

(i) Holman J.P. Expri. Methods for Engineers TMH, 7th ed., 2000 (ii) Raman K.E. and others Measurement Techniques II Lab Manual Notes EDD, 2000

65 V. SUGGESTIONS FOR CHOOSING ELECTIVES


(A) For First Degree Students:
While exercising the choice of an elective, students are advised to note the following points: (a)The electives can simultaneously serve varied but distinctive ambitions of a student depending upon whether he/she wants to prepare himself/herself for a multi-disciplinary professional challenge or to orient himself/herself towards higher studies, teaching and research. (b)Before choosing the electives, you may go through the list of currently available (Discipline Courses Other than Compulsory) DCOCs of your discipline, of other disciplines and also elective courses in areas like BITS, HSS (Humanities and Social Sciences), HUM (Humanities), EA (Emerging Area) appearing in the Timetable at appropriate places. (c) Some courses of higher degree programmes are also available as electives for students of integrated first degree programmes of the respective discipline with the restriction specified below. (d)While choosing the electives, the student should make sure that he/she satisfies the required prerequisite as well as prior preparation conditions as given in Section VI of the Timetable. The student may consult his/her registration advisor for counseling on the choice of electives. (e)Students chart may have Elective slot(s) before they begin their (Compulsory Discipline Courses) CDC courses. Students are advised to take Elective courses, which are specially designed for second level in their disciplines or take HSS or HUM courses as Elective in this slot. They should not take CDC/DCOC courses in this slot. (f) Students are advised to take a few HUM, HSS courses as electives.

Registration of CDC as Elective:


CDC which is not a part of the compulsory requirements of the student (single degree or dual degree): For a CDC of group A & B programmes, a student must have cleared all the named prior preparation courses of that disciplines CDC. For a CDC of group C programmes, a student must have cleared the required number of courses as required for prior preparation of that CDC, and CDC course should be available to his/her group and discipline.

Registration of DCOC as Elective


A student must have cleared or registered in his/her own CDC. However for a C group student intending to register in a DCOC of A & B group programmes, he/she must fulfill the prior preparation as specified for the corresponding CDC.

Registration of Higher Degree Courses as Elective (For Students of Integrated First Degree Programmes)
You must have cleared or registered in the CDC of respective discipline of the higher degree course. Only one higher degree course can be taken as elective in a semester.

(B) For Higher Degree Students: Higher degree students can choose electives from the specified electives of their respective degrees. For any course outside the specified electives, approval from Higher Degree Counseling Committee (HDCC) shall be obtained.

66

VI. PREREQUISITES/RESTRICTIONS
(A) For First Degree Courses: The prerequisites/restrictions given below are in addition to the prior preparation required for CDC/DCOC/PS/TS courses as specified in clauses 3.14 and 3.15 of the Academic Regulations. Course No. AAOC C312 AAOC C321 AAOC C341 BIO C411 CHE C441 CS C342 CS C461 EEE C443 IS C341 IS C461 MATH C312 MATH C322 MATH C332 MATH C352 Prerequisites/Restrictions AAOC C111 ES C241 / ENGGC111, MATH C191 MATH C191, MATH C192 Only for MSc (Hons.) BIO AAOC C321 CS C391, EEE C391 CS C372 EEE C424 TA C252 IS C362 MATH C311 MATH C321 MATH C321 MATH C321

(B) For Higher Degree Courses: The courses for MPhil (Applied) are not available for Higher Degree Programmes (ME/MPharm/MPhil).

67

VII. LIST OF EQUIVALENT COURSES


The following are the list of equivalent courses offered in second semester 2012-2013.

Course No.
AAOC C312 BIO C322 BIO C332 BITS C218 BITS C393 CE C241 CE C322 CHE F243 CS C313 CS C352 CS C446 CS C461 CS C471 CS F211 ECE F241 ECE F242 ECON C212 ECOLOGY GENETICS PUBLIC POLICY CURRENT AFFAIRS

Course Title
OPERATIONS RESEARCH

Equivalent Course(s)
MATH F242 BIO F241 BIO F243 GS F233 GS F243 CE F241 CE F242 ES C242 IS C313 CS F212, IS C332, IS F243 IS C446 IS C461 IS C471 IS F211 CS F241, EEE F241, ES C263 EEE F242 ECON F211

ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION PLAN & TECH MATERIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING & DESIGN DATA BASE SYSTEMS DATA STORAGE TECH & NETW COMPUTER NETWORKS COMPUTER GRAPHICS DATA STRUCTURES & ALGO MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING CONTROL SYSTEMS PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

68

Course No.
EEE C364 EEE C415 EEE F243 EEE F244 ENGL C353 FIN C431 HSS C313 HSS C314 HUM C321 HUM C332 HUM C341 HUM C383 HUM C411 MATH C222 MATH C322 MATH F113 MGTS F211 PHA C212 PHA F244 PHY C221 POL C212 POL C321 PSY C211 SOC C211

Course Title
ANALOG ELECTRONICS DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (WP) SIGNALS & SYSTEMS MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAK MARKETING CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE AND CINEMA PRINT AND AUDIO-VISUAL ADVERTISING APPRECIATION OF INDIAN MUSIC CINEMATIC ART COMPARITIVE INDIAN LITERATURE SRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA PROFESSIONAL ETHICS DISCR STRUC FOR COMP SCI MEASURE & INTEGRATION PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS PHYSICAL PHARMACY MODERN PHYSICS MOD POLITICAL CONCEPTS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE

Equivalent Course(s)
ECE C364 EEE C434 ECE F243, EEE C272 ECE F244 GS F245 MGTS C322 GS F322 GS F224 HSS F223 HSS F332 HSS F338 HSS F334 HUM F411 MATH F213 MATH F244 AAOC C111 MGTS C211 PHA F211 PHA C411 PHY F242 GS F211 POL F321 GS F232 GS F231

69

VIII. CERTAIN INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING REGISTRATION


1. While making your Timetable, please ENSURE: to include the common hour/tutorial hours of courses in your Timetable. to include test date, day & hour, compre date of all courses in the blank Timetable/Examination Schedule. that you have provision for lunch hour on all days (lunch hours are 4, 5 and 6) 2. If you are registering for a course which is not printed on the Registration Card: Enter COM CODE, COURSE NO., COURSE TITLE and TYPE on the Registration Card before getting the course/section allotted. 3. Cross out the COM CODE, COURSE NO., COURSE TITLE and TYPE for the course(s) in which you have not registered before submitting the Registration Card to the Course/Section Allotment In-charge. 4. If you are registering for Elective courses, refer to Section V of the Timetable on Suggestions for choosing electives. 5. Project Type Courses: If you are allotted a project type course by Faculty In-charge, ID, you should get yourself registered in the correct course. If you have an elective slot, it should be filled with the allotted project type course. If you get any change in project course allotment by Faculty In-charge, ID, after registration, you must substitute the same with a registered course. 6. You must sign and submit the registration card to your Registration Advisor to complete your registration. 7. Offering of non-compulsory courses with inadequate registration may be unilaterally cancelled. If you are registered for such a course, it will be removed from your registered courses unless a request for substitution is made within prescribed time. 8. If you register in any course for which you are not eligible, your registration for that course will be cancelled unilaterally and you will be awarded RC in such a course unles s a request for substitution is made within prescribed time, and substitution is permitted. 9. If there is a need of amendment in your Registration, ensure that it is properly incorporated in your Registration card. 10. If a higher degree student desires to change prescribed courses, then he/she requires the approval of the Higher Degree Counseling Committee.

70

IX. LIBRARY, EDD NOTES AND CAMPUS BOOK STORE:


Central Library Facilities: There is no separate library card to borrow library books. The ID card issued by SWD serves also as the library card. However, all the students have to register with the library before borrowing books. o o o o o Library services are fully automated. Students can borrow FIVE books. Students can have access to the library catalogue and e-resources from the hostel rooms. Wi-Fi facility is available in the library. eBooks @ BITS: A collection of over 17,000 engineering, IT, pure sciences and general books from 240+ leading publishers are available. Read these books anywhere on campus or off campus. To Register visit: http://ebooks.bits-pilani.ac.in o Library works 7 days a week. o For more information on Central Library please visit www.bits-hyderabad.ac.in or contact the library staff.

Students can purchase text books/EDD notes from Campus Book store; Book Syndicate (Unit of Shah Book House Pvt. Ltd, Hyderabad) at Connaught Place: 1. Refer to the list of text books/EDD notes given in the timetable that are to be purchased. 2. All the text books/EDD will be available with the bookstore. 3. 25% discount is allowed on all CASH purchases and 22% discount on credit card purchase.

Campus book store working hours: Monday to Friday : 11.00 AM to 7.00 PM

Saturday & Sunday : 11.00 AM to 4.00 PM

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BLANK TIMETABLE

1 Day/Hour
8.00 - 8.50 AM

2
9.00 - 9.50 AM

3
10.00 - 10.50 AM

4
11.00 - 11.50 AM

5
12.00 - 12.50 PM

6
1.00 - 1.50 PM

7
2.00 - 2.50 PM

8
3.00 - 3.50 PM

9
4.00 - 4.50 PM

10
5.00 - 5.50 PM

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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BLANK TEST SCHEDULE


Test Date 8.00AM to 9.00AM 9.30AM to 10.30AM 11.00AM to 12.00PM 12.30PM to 1.30PM 2.00PM to 3.00PM 3.30PM to 4.30PM 5.00PM to 6.00PM

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Session Tue 30/4 Wed 1/5 Thu 2/5 Fri 3/5 Sat 4/5 Sun 5/5 Mon 6/5 Tue 7/5 Wed 8/5 Thu 9/5 Fri 10/5 Sat 11/5 Sun 12/5 Mon 13/5 Tue 14/5

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TIMETABLE TEAM
Dr. PK Thiruvikraman (In-charge, Timetable) Dr. R Krishnan (In-charge, Test Scheduling) Dr. Anupam Bhattacharya Dr. Aravinda N. Raghavan Mr. P.V.L Narasimha Rao Ms. N Sri Lakshmi Mr. MS Udayakumar (Librarian) Dr. M Srinivas (Faculty In-charge, Academic Registration and Counselling Division) and Dr. A Michael Alphonse (Faculty In-charge, Instruction Division) The timetable team duly acknowledges the Director, Dr. Balaji Gopalan, Mr. Sai Kumar and all the HODs for their valuable contribution in making the timetable. In case of any queries regarding Timetable, contact In-charge, Timetable (timetable@bits-hyderabad.ac.in)

PHOTO CREDIT
Front Cover: VIVEK KANNAN (2010A2PS242H). Clicked with Sony cyber shot (DSC-HX9V). This rangoli was made on the Occasion of the first convocation of BITS-PILANI, Hyderabad Campus. Department of Arts & Decoration students team (1. Bommineni Vivekananda (2009A3PS280H), 2. Vivek Kannan (2010A2PS242H), 3. Kavya Gandhe (2010A4PS289H), 4. K Mounika (2011C6PS643H), 5. Varun Potturu (2010B3A4473H), 6. Surabhi Samaddar (2010B3A3483H), 7. Lavanya Thota (2010A3PS148H), 8. Sri Lasya J (2010A5PS444H), 9. Sanjana Singireddy (2011AAPS085H), 10. Praneeth I (2011B2A3672H) & others were participated to draw this rangoli. This Rangoli is also known as Kolam, is a folk art from India, it symbolizes joy and happiness. Back Cover: Department of Photography (DoPY), BITS-PILANI, Hyderabad Campus. Timetable Design and Layout: Mr. P.V.L Narasimha Rao, MCA, MS (Software Systems), Coordinator, Timetable.