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Student Contact Hours Per Week: 34 Hrs. THEORY AND PRACTICAL PERIODS OF 60 MINUTES EACH. Total Marks : 900 @ Internal Assessment, # External Assessment, No Theory Examination. Abbreviations: TH-Theory, TU- Tutorial, PR-Practical, OR-Oral, TW- Termwork, SW- Sessional Work Conduct two class tests each of 25 marks for each theory subject. Sum of the total test marks of all subjects is to be converted out of 50 marks as sessional work (SW). Progressive evaluation is to be done by subject teacher as per the prevailing curriculum implementation and assessment norms. Code number for TH, PR, OR and TW are to be given as suffix 1, 4, 8, 9 respectively to the subject code.
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Course Name : Electrical and Electronics Engineering Group Course Code : EE/EP/ET/EJ/EN/EX/IE/IS/IC/DE/ED/EI/IU/MU Semester : Fourth

Subject Title : Applied Electronics Subject Code : 12106

Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 03 Rationale: As a core technology subject, it intends to teach operating principle and application of electronic circuits and devices like amplifiers, oscillators, switching circuits, wave shaping circuits. The subject knowledge is required in Industrial electronics, Instrumentation and Communication system. Understanding of the subject will provide skill to the students for trouble shooting & testing of some of circuits & devices. TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS. 03 TH 100 Examination Scheme PR 50# OR -TW 25@ TOTAL 175

Objectives: 1] Classify various amplifiers & oscillator circuits based on their characteristics. 2] Classify different wave shaping circuits & multivibrators. 3] Configure regulated power supply using IC’s. 4] Test and repair various devices.

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Learning Structure:


Problem solving, fault finding, designing of simple circuits


Study circuits of Power Amplifiers, FET Amplifier and Tuned Amplifier

Wave Shaping circuits

Time Base Generator


Power/ FET/Tuned Amplifiers Feedback Amplifiers

Time Based Generators Multivibrators & Oscillator


Introduction of semiconductor Devices

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Contents: Theory Chapter AMPLIFIERS i) Power Amplifiers Introduction, Classification – Class A, Class B, Class AB & Class C, efficiency of each. Single stage class A power amplifier: Circuit operation, input & output waveforms , graphical Analysis and efficiency of i] Transformer couple resistive load single stage power amplifier ii] Class A push pull amplifier iii] Class B push pull amplifier iv] Class AB push pull amplifier Concept of cross over distortion Advantages of push pull amplifier, collector power dissipation requirement & specifications of power transistor, need of heat sink. ii) FET Amplifier Biasing of FET: Source Self Bias, Drain to source Bias Application of FET as V V R Common Source Amplifier: Working & Applications Introduction to MOSFET:Types, Construction, Working & Applications iii) Tuned Amplifiers Introduction & necessity of tuned amplifier. Basic tuned circuits, series & parallel resonance in tuned circuits. Operating principle, circuit working, resonance frequency of single tuned, double tuned amplifiers. Feedback Amplifiers & oscillators General theory of feedback: Types of feedback – negative & positive feedback. Types of negative feedback – voltage shunt, voltage series, current shunt & current series. Advantages of negative feedback on voltage gain, bandwidth, input impedance, output impedance, stability, noise, distortion in amplifiers. Introduction to oscillator , block diagram of sine wave oscillator , requirement of oscillation – Barkhausen criterion , operating principles of RC & LC oscillators RC oscillators – RC phase shift , Wien bridge LC oscillators – Colpitts , Hartley , Crystal oscillators Circuit diagram, equation for frequency of oscillation & frequency stability. Name of the Topic Hours Marks







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signal analysis.Clipper. Resistance analysis. 3. 2. 01/04/2010 5 12106 . To locate faults in circuits. 2. 7. MSBTE . Clampers – positive & negative clampers Multivibrators Transistor as switch. Motor Skill: 1. Ability to interpret the circuit. circuit working & frequency with specific application. negative resistance generator. Study function of Clipping and clamping circuits. 2. Total 06 16 06 16 05 06 14 06 04 06 48 100 Practical: Intellectual Skills: 1. Multivibrator classification. Study function of Colpitt’s oscillator. applications in TV & CRO Trouble shooting & Testing Need for trouble shooting . Definition & graphical representation of different time periods. BMV & Schmitt trigger Time base generator – Voltage time base generator. open contacts etc. List of Practical: 1. bootstrap & miller sweep generator. 6. phase shift oscillators. Study function of RC integrator and differentiator. working principle & operation . clipping & clamping circuits. transistorised sweep generator. Non-linear circuits .Final Copy Dt. Important steps for testing Visible testing – Observing circuits for visible faults like broken component. 4. 5. Plot Frequency response & bandwidth of negative feedback amplifier. positive & negative biased & unbiased & combinational clipper. Active testing – Voltage analysis. Ability to Sketch circuit/block diagram.03 04 Wave shaping circuits Necessity of wave shaping circuits. Interpret the waveforms. AMV . Trouble shootings of multivibrators. Study function of RC Phase shift oscillator. MMV . Plot Frequency response of FET amplifier. Linear circuits – RC integrator & differentiator – input / output waveforms & frequency response. Study function of Astable Multivibrators. diode series & shunt . exponential sweep generator UJT Relaxation Oscillator. Current time base generator.

Chand & Co. Study function of UJT relaxation oscillator.Millman and H. 01/04/2010 6 12106 .Mittal and 05 A R.Sedha Allen Mottershed J. Tata McGraw-Hill Khanna Publication G. No 01 02 03 04 Author Paul Malvino R.S. Study function of Monostable Multivibrator. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. Study function of Bistable Multivibrator.Final Copy Dt. Prantice Hall India LTD.K. 10.Taub Title Electronic Principles Applied Electronics Electronics Devices & Circuits Pulse Digital & Switching Waveforms Pulse & Digital Electronics Publication Tata McGraw-Hill S.8. 9.Vanvasai MSBTE .

Final Copy Dt. It focus on process of learning about signal conditioning. (SW) Rationale: The physical world is inherently analog. 4. indicating that there is always need for analog circuitry. instrumentation. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 50 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. Design electronic circuit using OPAMP for industrial application. Define the Op-amp characteristics. 3. Integrated circuit is electronics. MSBTE . Today the growth of any industry is depend upon electronics to a great extent. Describe working principle of OPAMP and its application. This subject acquaints students with general analog principles and design methodologies using practical devices & application. signal generation. 7. Design electronic circuit using timer IC’s. timing & control using various IC circuitry. 2. Analyze the response of frequency selective circuit such as PLL with respect to the incoming signal. TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS 03 TH 100 Examination Scheme PR -OR 25@ TW -TOTAL 125 Objectives: the student will be able to: 1. Design electronic circuit using OPAMP for various mathematical operation.Course Name : Electronics Engineering Group Course Code : ET/EN/EX/EJ/IE/IS/IC/DE/EV/MU/IU/ED/EI Semester : Fourth Subject Title : Linear Integrated Circuits Subject Code : 12115 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 03 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. 6. State features and advantages of integrated circuits. 5. 01/04/2010 7 12115 .

timers.Final Copy Dt. Design procedure 2 Troubleshooting Procedure 1. used in industrial electronics. MSBTE . 01/04/2010 8 12115 .Designing simple analog circuits using op-amp & timer circuits using IC 555 2. Procedure 1.Learning Structure: Application 1. timers Principle of operation of these specialized circuits Differential amplifier Timers.Troubleshooting of these circuits. filters etc. PLL Comparators Active filters INV amplifier NON-INV amplifier Concept Amplifiers Nonlinear circuits Linear circuits Specialized circuits Operational amplifier Facts Amplifiers. Troubleshooting procedure Principle Principle of operation of amplifiers circuits Arithmetic circuits: . instrumentation system & communication systems. substractor Simple designing & troubleshooting procedures for active filters Principle of operation comparators. Design procedure 2.adder.

Contents: Theory Chapter Name of the Topic Introduction to Operational Amplifier (OPAMP): 1.Final Copy Dt. 1. Non-inverting 2.5 Inverting & non-inverting configuration of Adders (summing amplifier. OPAMP basic circuits: 2. Input offset current. differential input resistance.amp and offset nulling.5 OPAMP IC’s: 741 pin diagram and pin function. unity gain amplifier (voltage follower). level shifter and complementary push pull Amplifier).4 Equivalent Circuit. supply voltages. CMMR. differential amplifier.6 Definitions of parameters of op-amp Input offset voltage.1 Open loop and closed loop configuration of op-amp.3 Open loop configuration – Inverting .4 Close loop configuration – Inverting.inverter(sign changer) 2. Input voltage range. slew rate.3 Function of all stages (with the circuit such as balanced. Input capacitance. Circuit Symbols And Terminals. SVRR. non.2 Virtual ground concept 2. averaging amplifier) 2. Input bias current.8 Ideal voltage transfer curve. Hours Marks 01 08 10 02 08 18 MSBTE .8 Basic and Practical Differentiator 2. 1.1 Importance Of Op-Amp 1.9 Basic concept of frequency compensation of op.2 Block diagram (all stages) 1.6 Substractor 2. gain bandwidth product. large signal voltage gain. scaling Amplifier. output voltage swing. its comparison. supply current. 01/04/2010 9 12115 . output resistance. 1. 2. 1.7 Basic and Practical Integrator 2.inverting. offset voltage adjustment. unbalanced differential amplifiers with simple current source. 2. 1.7 Ideal op-amp: electrical characteristics. output short circuit current.10 Numerical based on designing of above circuit.

03 04 05 Applications of OPAMP: 3.3 Monostable multivibrator. active peak detector.6 Sample and hold circuit ( IC LF 398 . astable multivibrator. Touch plate switch. terms: .cut off frequency. 5. 3. peak to peak detector 3.10 Pin diagram and pin functions of IC 565(PLL) and IC 566(VCO) Total 14 30 08 20 10 22 48 100 MSBTE .5 Ideal and actual characteristics.1 Need for signal conditioning and signal processing.9 Applications of PLL as frequency multiplier. LM 310 .6 Low pass filter. pass band. Pin diagram specification and pin functions) 3.3 Pin diagram pin functions and specifications of IC AD 524. LM 324 3.2 Block diagram of IC 555 and its pin diagram & function of each pin. Schmitt trigger. voltage controlled oscillator.7 Numerical based on design of different filters. 5. with grounded load) 3. advantages and applications of Instrumentation amplifier (using one two and three op-amps) 3.8 Principle of operation. roll off rate. stop band. center frequency. high pass filter.3 Concept of passive & active filters 4.5 IC 556 pin diagram and specifications.7 Logarithmic and antilogarithmic amplifiers (using Diodes ) 3. Bistable multivibrator. all pass filter 4.1 Introduction to filters 4. phase detector. 5. narrow band pass filter) Band reject filter(wide band reject.9 Concept of comparator: zero crossing detector. block diagram of PLL. narrow band reject filter). derivation of output voltage equation. Qfactor. FM demodulator. Timers: 5. 01/04/2010 10 12115 .7 Numericals based on timers 5. 5.4 Concepts of different timer circuits used in industries: water level controller. frequency divider etc.4 Merits & demerits of active filters over passive filters 4. 5. first order & second order Butterworth filters 4. window detector. 5.4 Voltage to current converter(with floating load.10 Comparators ( IC LM 301.6 Designing of simple circuits and trouble shooting of these circuits 5. band pass filter( wide band pass .8 Analog divider and analog multiplier 3. operation.Final Copy Dt. 5.5 Current to voltage converter 3.2 Circuit diagram. BW.1 Introduction to timer IC 555. Schmitt trigger.2 Classification of filters 4.710 Pin diagram specification and pin functions) Filters: 4.

12 Plot the frequency response of second order butterworth low pass filter. 10 To assemble and plot the output waveform for bistable multivibrator and schmitt trigger using IC 555. voltage control oscillator using IC 555. List of Practical: 1 Measurement of parameters of IC 741 ( such as CMRR . SVRR. offset adjustment) 2 To assemble inverting and non inverting amplifier and draw input output wave forms. Sourcing of Web sites. Botkar Title Design with OPAMP & analog integrated ckts Operational Amplifiers Operational Amplifier with Linear Integrated Circuits Op-Amp & Linear Integrated Circuits Operational amplifier & Linear Integrated circuits Integrated Circuits Publisher Tata McGraw-hill New delhi British library cataloguing in publication data Pearson Education Prentice-hall of India New Delhi Pearson Education Khanna Publisher. Motor Skill: 1. Reading. 4 Observe output of active integrator for different types of input (sine and square) 5 Observe output of active differentiator for different types of input (sine and square) 6 Plot the graph of input and output for V to I converter and I to V converter 7 To assemble logarithmic and antilogarithmic amplifier and verify its output. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. 01/04/2010 11 12115 .Final Copy Dt. 13 Plot the frequency response of second order butterworth high pass filter. 01 02 03 04 05 06 Author Sergio Franco G B Clayton William d. 2.Practical: Skills to be developed Intellectual Skills: 1. 9 To assemble and plot the output waveform for astable multivibrator. No. 8 To assemble zero crossing detector and active peak detector. 2. 11 Design monostable multivibrator using IC 555 and troublshoot. Measurement. 3 To assemble addition and subtraction of analog signal using OPAMP. Stanley Ramakant A Gaikwad Coughlin & Dirscoll K. 14 Plot the frequency response of first order butterworth band pass filter/ band reject filter. New Delhi MSBTE .R. Testing.

Differentiate between the different types of memories and their applications. (SW) Rationale: Digital techniques and microprocessor have a wide range of applications in most of the consumer. Objectives: The student will be able to: 1. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 50 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. 4. Develop a minimum system with 8085 microprocessors. This course enables the students to use the concept of digital systems and microprocessor for developing systems required for various fields. TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS 03 TH 100 Examination Scheme PR 50 @ OR -TW -TOTAL 150 MSBTE . Describe the operational features of A/D and D/A converters. 01/04/2010 12 12116 . 5. 2. 3.Final Copy Dt. Describe the basic architecture of a microprocessors based system.Course Name : Electronics Engineering Group Course Code : ET/EJ/EN/EX/IE/IS/IC/DE/EV/MU/IU/ED/EI Semester : Fourth Subject Title : Digital Techniques & Microprocessor Subject Code : 12116 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 03 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. A thorough understanding of microprocessor is developed using in depth concepts of hardware and programming skills. industrial and computer industries. Perform arithmetic operations with help of a standard ALU design.

map Develop programs using 8085 assembly language Memory Interface and I/O interface Principle Conversion of Analog & Digital data.Learning Structure: Application Use digital techniques for internal design & working of microprocessor and instruction set for programming the microprocessor. Procedure Evaluation of logical expression using K. application of latches.Final Copy Dt. Facts Encoders and Decoders Data converters Arithmetic & Logic Unit Architecture of 8085 Definition of addressing modes & instruction sets Different types of interrupts. Buffers and Semiconductor memories Concepts Principle of conversion of Analog & Digital Data Arithmetic & logic operations Addressing modes of 8085 Interrupts stack subroutine PSW Latches. Buffers. definition of stack and subroutine MSBTE . 01/04/2010 13 12116 .

Comparison of machine language.volatile. Carry look ahead adder. Octal to Binary. 1. Marks 1. Dual slope ADC 3. Decimal to BCD. 08 20 3. Unidirectional buffer – 74244. Buffers. assembly language and high-level language. Single digit BCD adder using IC 7483. Features of 8085 microprocessor 4. 3. microcomputer and micro controller comparison and their application areas. 08 16 2. 6116.7 Study of ICs DAC – 0800. Microprocessor.2 Evolution of microprocessors.5 Pin definition of 8085 microprocessor. 4. volatile & non. control Bus.4 ROM types: PROM. 74381.6 Specifications of ADC 2.2 Digital to analog converters. Bidirectional buffers – 74245.2 Memory organization & operation. software Firmware.Final Copy Dt. 4. Successive Approximation ADC 2. Hrs.1 Terminology used in microprocessorHardware. 1. 06 12 4. ADC – 0809. 2.1 Introduction – Necessity and their types 2.Contents: Theory Chapter Name of the Topic Review of Combinational & Sequential Logic Circuits 1. Hexadecimal to Binary. Flash memory 3.4 Analog to Digital Converter. Bus.4 Architecture of 8085 microprocessor. static & dynamic. Principle of A/D conversion 2. ROM. Microprocessor – 8085 4. Address Bus.4 Adder: serial / parallel binary adder.1 Encoders – Definition.3 Characteristics & classification of memories RAM. Data Converters 2. 01/04/2010 14 12116 . 2. 08 16 MSBTE . Semiconductor Memories 3. 4. EPROM. 7481.5 Memory ICs – 2716. Data Bus. EEPROM & mask programmable ROM 3.3 Latches – IC 74373.2 Tristate logic. 1.3 Schematic diagram of microcomputer and microprocessor based system . Weighted – Resistor D/A converter (Mathematical derivation).5 Block Diagram and working of following ADC: 1.1 Introduction of memories 3. R – 2R ladder D/A Converter (Mathematical derivation) 2. priority encoder.3 Specifications of D/A converter. 1. Single slope ADC 2.5 Study of ALU Ics: 74181. 1.

LXI rp. IOW signal) 5. Ability to design algorithm. Motor Skills: 1. Hardware structure of the interrupts of 8085 Memory system Design with 8085 5.3 Typical 8085 system configuration 5. Definition of machine cycle. 5. T state and instruction cycle. flowchart.6 Comparison of I/O mapped I/O & memory mapped I/O system 5.5 8085 Instructions and programming Instruction Format (one byte. Memory write. assembly language program & decode. 3. memories. MSBTE . MEMWR. STA.4 Address decoding techniques : Partial decoding 5. vectored interrupts. Different operations of 8085 with respect to the status of IO/M. RD. To observe the result in specific memory locations and registers. Timing diagram of opcode fetch cycle or memory read cycle. IOR. Ability to test the different digital ICs. 1.1 Demultiplexing of address and data bus by ALE signal. I/O read and I/O write cycle. WR signals. Concept of stack. 4. Hardware and software interrupts. To provide commands to execute the program. S1.7 Interfacing with 8085 microprocessor Interfaceing input port & output port to 8085 with I/O mapped. data converters. 2. 8 bit data.Final Copy Dt. S0. subroutine and interrupts. MVI A. Total 10 20 08 16 48 100 PRACTICAL: Skills to be developed: Intellectual Skills: Identification of different ICs of buffers. Interfaces of I/O port with memory mapped I/O Transmission & Reception of 8 bit serial data using SID & SOD lines. To load the program in user memory of microprocessor kit. maskable and non-maskable interrupts. 01/04/2010 15 12116 . two byte and three byte instruction) opcode format Addressing modes of 8085 8085 Instruction set. Instructions related with interrupt. 16 bit data.5 Simple example of memory interfacing with RAM /ROM & Memory mapped I/O system 5. 16 bit address. latches.2 Generation of control signals (MERM.

07. 04. Write Assembly Language Programme to multiply two 8 bit numbers using add and shift techniques OR Arrange the given bytes in ascending & descending order using bubble sort. 01. 3. Mini Project: (ANY ONE) 1. Verify Truth Table of bi directional buffer – IC 74245. 02.Final Copy Dt. Find one’s and two’s complement of a given number. 2. Jain Malvino & Leach Floyd M. P. 4. Design a stepper motor interface card using driver IC. Write assembly language programe to transfer data bytes from memory block to another memory block. Write Assembly Language Programme to Transmit / Receive a 8 bit serial data using SID & SOD lines. Write assembly language programs for addition and subtraction of two 8 bit & 16 bit numbers. Programming and Applications with 8085 Fundamentals of Microprocessors and Microcomputers Publisher Tata McGrew Hill (TMH) TMH TMH Universal Book Stall New Delhi PHI Penram International 08. Design an interface A/D converter using 8085 microprocessor. Morris Mano Ramesh S. 2. Ram Dhanpat Rai Publications MSBTE . Write Assembly Language Programme to exchange the lower & upper nibble of a byte. 10. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. 12. 6.List of Practical: List from the manuals is to be added as it is. 1. B. 4. Design 4 bit R-2R D/A converter. Verify the operational features of ADC – IC 0809. IC 0808 and DAC – IC 0800. 5. Gaonkar Title Digital Principles Modern Digital Electronics Digital Principles and Applications Digital Fundamentals Digital Logic and Computer Design Microprocessor Architecture. Using any hardware interrupt write a program to count the interrupt events. 7. 3. Author Malvino R. Interface D/A converter using 8085 microprocessor. To sort odd and even byte from given 10 bytes. 05. 8. No. Verify function table of ALU 74181. Verify the operational features of RAM (use suitable RAM IC). 9. 11. 03. 01/04/2010 16 12116 .

5. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 50 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. 3. Learning the precautions& applications of the instruments. MSBTE . 2. Selecting the appropriate instrument for measurement. Reading the specifications from datasheets. Observing reading and interpreting the values from different meters.Course Name : Electronics Engineering Group Course Code : ET/EN/EX/EJ/IE/IS/IC/DE/EV/MU/IU/ED/EI Subject Title : Electronic Instruments and Measurements Semester : Fourth Subject Code : 12117 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 03 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS 03 TH 100 Examination Scheme PR -OR -TW 25@ TOTAL 150 Objectives: The students will be able to: 1. students are well exposed to a good and wide area of the various electronic measuring instruments as the subject comprises of those basic equipments of which students should have knowledge. It also provides the students with concepts. (SW) Rationale: This subject intends to provide the students practical information & technical background. 01/04/2010 17 12117 . principles and procedures of Analog and Digital electronic measuring instruments and the measurement techniques for the measurement of various electronic quantities. Understand the principles and operation of different measuring instruments. Know the construction of the instruments. Because of the scope of the subject.Final Copy Dt. 4. 6.

their uses and applications Procedure Selecting proper instrument for measurement of respective quantity. characteristics of instruments.Learning Structure: Application Understanding and familiarization of various electronic instruments. Storage Oscilloscope. System of Electronic measurement and measuring instruments MSBTE . Analyser. Counter. Wave Generator Analog Instruments Digital Instruments Facts Units of measurement. Voltmeter. CRO.Final Copy Dt. Oscilloscope Storage Oscilloscope. Frequency Counter. Signal generator Principle and operation of LCR meter. Signal Generator. 01/04/2010 18 12117 . Measurement with selected analog or digital instruments Principle Principle and operation of multimeter. Concept Ammeter.

International.2 Characteristics of Instruments 1. Equipment of grounding for safety. 3.Block Diagram and operation only. Random.3 Types of error.6 Calibration of Instruments. 1. Digital Meters 3.2 Definition of Average & RMS value.Final Copy Dt.1 Classification of Instruments. Sensitivity and Accuracy of digital display.5 Digital Multimeter. 1. Secondary. 3. Resolution.1 Analog DC Ammeters & Voltmeters. Fidelity. Dead zone. 3. 2. Primary.2.3.5 How to use Basic meters.6 LCR. Operation and waveform if required).7 Digital phase meter.Content: Theory Chapter Name of the Topic Basics of Measurement: 1. Precision. Systematic. Secondary Instruments 1.Absolute Instruments. Drift.speed of response. 3. (Block diagram. Static error. Analog DC and AC Meters 2. Dual slope type DVM. sensitivity.7 Grounds. Reproducibility. 1.Block diagram and operation only. Lag. 2.2 Analog AC Ammeter and Voltmeter-Average Responding (Rectifier type) 2.Working Principle.3 PMMC. Construction. Integrating type DVM.2 Dynamic.5 Standards and their classification.Block diagram and operation only. Sources of torque.3. 1.2 Resolution. 2.4 Units of measurement fundamental.1 Concepts of ADC & DAC only.2. Hours Marks 01 06 12 02 10 20 03 12 24 MSBTE . 1. 1. 3. Grounding. Q meter.4 Digital Voltmeter-Ramp type DVM. Successive approximation type DVM.Block Diagram and operation only. Working. 2.3 Digital frequency meter.1 Classification of Analog Instruments.1 Static-Accuracy. 3.Importance of ground.4 Analog Multimeter. 01/04/2010 19 12117 .Gross.Block Diagram of Analog Multimeter and operation only. 2. Dynamic error.

01/04/2010 20 12117 .1.5 Concept of time domain and frequency domain instruments.1.Input Coupling selector. Proper Connections. 4. Signal Generator and Analyser 5. Measure DC Voltage & DC Current using PMMC instruments. Main Horizontal amplifier.3 Function generator and pulse generator.1 Concept of oscillator. List of Practical: 1.2 Vertical deflection subsystems.General block diagram of CRO probe. 3.1 Display subsystems. 4. Total 12 24 08 20 48 100 Practical: Skills to be developed: Intellectual Skills: 1.2 Signal generator-AF and RF type. passive voltage probe. 4. 4. Uses of CRO. 2. 2.Block diagram and operation only.3 Block diagram of Digital storage oscilloscope.Block diagram and operation only. Main vertical amplifier. delay line.Trigger circuit.1.Frequency and phase measurement. 5. Find the RMS &Average value from the measurement. 2. Selection of range of instruments. Interpretation of results.4 Specification. 3. 4. Simple controls and operation only. Active voltage probes.6 Spectrum & Logic analyzer. Tracing of diode and transistor characteristics.04 05 Oscilloscope Oscilloscope subsystems4.Block diagram. current probes.1. Time base generator. Motor Skills: 1. Input attenuator.3 Horizontal deflection subsystems.Final Copy Dt. MSBTE .4 CRO Probes.2 CRO-Block diagram of single beam dual trace and dual beam oscilloscope. 5. Deflection of electron beam in CRT. Accuracy in measurement. 5. Pre-amplifier.1.CRT. 5. 4.5 Calibration circuits. Electrostatic and Electromagnetic deflection sensitivity. Selection of instruments based on application. Compare the specifications of Analog and Digital multimeter. 5. and their compensation.

Prentice Hall MSBTE . Measurement of R. 1. New Delhi Tata Mc Grow Hill Dhanpat Rai & Co.C & quality factor using LCR.Final Copy Dt. 10. phase difference (by time measurement) using CRO. Study & use of DSO. 11. 2. Using Lissagous pattern find frequency & phase difference of unknown signal. 6. Measure frequency.K.4. Cooper Kalsi A. Range). 4. 7. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. Study front panel controls of specification of typical CRO. Q meter.D. 9. Measure phase using Digital phase meter. No. 12. 8. voltage. 01/04/2010 21 12117 . Publisher Pearson Education. Author W. Distortion. 3. Measurement of parameter of a Signal generator (Impedance. Testing of component using CRO. Sawhney Stanley Wolf & Richard Smith Title Modern Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement Techniques Electronic Instruments Electrical & Electronic Measurements & Instrumentations Student Reference Manual for Electronic Instrumentation laboratory. 5. Measure frequency & voltage of the different o/p waveforms of function generator.L.

Final Copy Dt. TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS. process control & factory automation & electromechanical application like welding. electroplating. SCR. power distribution .Course Name : Electronics Engineering Group Course Code : IE/IS/IC/IU Semester : Fourth Subject Title : Power Electronics Subject Code : 12121 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 02 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. latching current etc. 03 TH 100 Examination Scheme PR -OR -TW 25@ TOTAL 125 MSBTE . like thyristor power transistor. activates electromechanical process etc. (SW) Rationale: Modern technology strongly relies on the ubiquitous availability of electric energy. lighting. Energy performs most of physical labour. 5] Read data manual & identify devices. 4] Find parameters of SCR like Vbo. ac to dc converter & few industrial circuits using thyristor as static switch. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 50 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. induction heating etc. Objectives: The student will be able to: 1] Describe operating principle of semiconductor power electronic switches. 2] Draw constructional diagrams of Power Diode. IGBT. This subject develops cognitive & psychomotor skills in students. Advanced Industrial Electronics. one of the converters i. power MOSFET. transmission . This subject deals with the understanding of power electronic semiconductor switches from thyristor family. generation . holding current. Electrical Drives. provides heating. 6] Describe turn on & turn off methods of thyristor. and Triac. The basic power electronics subject is a core group subject which forms the conceptual background for studying higher level subjects like Industrial Electronics. Power electronics is a branch of engineering devoted to conversion & control of electric power using electronic converters based on semiconductor power switches. 3] Test SCR & Triac.e. electric lighting. The vast application area of power electronics include power conditioner . 01/04/2010 22 12121 .

Learning Structure: Application To understand power electronics devices & their industrial. FET MSBTE . LASCR Trigger circuits with active & passive components Power control switches: Diode. 3Ø controlled rectifier Application of SCR. SUS. TRIAC Commutation Circuits Fact Semiconductor physics. 8] Describe ac phase control method to control output power. UJT. SCS. residential & utility applications 3Ø Un-control rectifier using power diode Procedure 1Ø. diode. 01/04/2010 23 12121 .7] Analyse few simple industrial circuits. BJT. DIAC. Triac as static Switch AC to DC Converter Concept Trigger devices PUT.Final Copy Dt. 9] Compare types of ac to dc converter. SCR. SBS.

1. operating principle .3.2 Gate triggering 2. Triggering methods of thyristors: 2. expression for time period . 1.1.Final Copy Dt.1 Large VAK ≥ V BO 2 . Specifications .4 Ideal switch characteristics 1. VGmax Turn on time .5 Triggering devices : UJT.1 Need for high power semiconductor switches. Hours Marks 10 20 04 16 MSBTE . SUS.1.2 TRIAC: Layer diagram . Operating principle . Construction (doping levels of layers) Transistorized equivalent circuit. on state voltage. 1. specifications. DIAC.1 Requirements of pulse to trigger SCR successfully.3. LASCR – layer diagram. PUT. Advantage of PUT over UJT. Specifications. Maximum gate to cathode reverse voltage. large on state current & large reverse voltage capacity.3. overview . Igmax Gate voltage : VGmin .3 dv/dt triggering – (specification – dv/dt rating) 2. PUT relaxation oscillator: Circuit . SCS. GTO 1.3 Triac triggering using Diac.3 GTO – Construction .Contents: Theory Chapter Name of the Topic 1. expression for time period . operating principle . four modes of operation . Characteristics. specifications Maximum controllable anode current GTO turn off gain.holding & latching current. VBO 01 1. operating principle .1 SCR – Symbol . Gate specifications of thyristorsGate current : Igmin . 1. 2. 2. waveforms.3 Thyristors: Power control thyristors.1 Mechanisms with which SCR turns on: 2. Triac . Characteristics.1.2 Pulse triggering (using active components) 2.2 Types: a. Maximum & minimum value of timing resistor . Listing of applications 1.SCR. Characteristics . 1. Anode current . Pulse width . Triac characteristics.1. Pulse amplitude & gate current. waveforms.2. UJT relaxation oscillator: Circuit . 01/04/2010 24 12121 . SBS.2 Power diode: Construction & important constructional feature for high power .5 Temp triggering. b. Power electronic semiconductor switches. operating principle. 02 Advantages of gate triggering. 2.4 Light triggering 2.2. Switching Power loss . operating principle.

dynamic & static 4. AC to dc converter .3 Types of commutation methods. Form factor 3. Operating principle .2. Natural turn off . 5. Ig . Review of single phase uncontrolled rectifier. 01/04/2010 25 12121 .2. Efficiency 2.1. Circuit . waveforms of Vi .Class E d. operating principle. 06 16 04 02 08 05 05 24 MSBTE . Triac commutation Series and parallel connection of SCR 4. Performance parameters of both rectifier 1. Resonant turn off .1. vector diagram.1. PIV 5. expression for average output voltage & rms output voltage ( no derivation) Conduction angle 5. Vo . operating principle .1 Single phase half wave controlled rectifier with resistive load circuit. Class D c.03 Commutation circuits.Uncontrolled rectifier. a. input & output voltage waveforms .1.2 Single phase half wave controlled rectifier with RL load: Concept of inductive load with example. Ripple factor 4.1 Need of series connection 4.2.2 Reason for unequal distribution of voltage 4.Class F h. operating principle .1 Series connection Voltage equalization circuits. expression for average output voltage & rms output voltage.4 3Ø bridge rectifier: Circuit. Coupled pulse turn off .3 Three Phase half wave uncontrolled rectifier: Circuit . Io 5. controlled rectifier 5. waveforms of Vi .2. Uncontrolled Rectifier 5.2.3 Current equalization networks. VAK.1 Turn off mechanism of SCR 3.2 Reasons of unequal distribution of current 4. Ig .1. VAK . 3.Final Copy Dt. Parallel capacitance turn off using auxiliary SCR – Class C. AC phase control principle. vector diagram .Class B b.Class A .2 Parallel connection 4. 5. input & output voltage waveforms.1 Need of parallel connection 4. Controlled Rectifiers: Meaning.2 Three Phase uncontrolled rectifier: Advantages of 3Ø uncontrolled rectifier Three Phase transformer delta – star connection ( review) 5. TUF 5.1 Uncontrolled rectifier: Meanings. Conduction angle.2 Specifications related to turn off: Turn off time 3.

Io. To plot V-I characteristics of SCR. To study class B & class C commutation circuit & observe the waveform at different points. 3Ø bridge controlled rectifier: circuit. comparison. Operating principle. waveforms of Vi .8. Io 5. To plot V-I characteristics of DIAC 6. 6.2 Static ac switch – inverse parallel SCR .Final Copy Dt. MSBTE .5 Single phase half controlled bridge rectifier with inductive load: Symmetrical & asymmetrical circuit. 7. Total 06 05 16 32 100 Practical: Skills to be developed : Intellectual Skills: • Reading • Sourcing of Web sites Motor Skill: • Testing • Measurement List of Practical: 1. Io 5. waveforms of Vi & Vo. 5.8. 4. Vo . To understand the working of pulse triggering circuit using UJT & observe the waveform & calculate its freaquency for different values R & C.8. Flasher. 8. Ig . 3.3 Free wheeling diode: 5. Triac 6. waveforms of Vi . liquid level detector. Converter grade SCRs Static Switching Circuits.3.1 Single phase half wave controlled rectifier with RL load & free wheeling diode: circuit.Vo . To plot V-I characteristics of TRIAC for different values of gate currents. for different values of gate currents. 2. To understand the operation of single phase half controlled bridge rectifier with inductive load by controlling firing angle and observe the waveform. Know your Laboratory.& interbase resistance RB1 & RB2. 10. To plot V-I characteristics of PUT.2. 5.3 Concept of load & source (review) 5.6 Three phase half wave controlled rectifier. Operating principle . 5.Power flip-flop.1 Static dc switch – SCR 6.3 Industrial circuits. To understand working of 3 phase uncontrolled 3 diode rectifier circuit with R load & observe the amplitude of waveform across secondary of transformer & load. Vo . VAK . VAK . freewheeling action . To plot V-I characteristics of UJT & calculate its intrinsic stand off ratio.7 Specifications of SCR – Repetitive forward & reverse voltage. Ig . intensity control. 9. 01/04/2010 26 12121 .

12. Seminar. To Understand operation of lamp dimmer using DIAC & TRIAC & draw waveforms across capacitor. 13. No. 01 02 03 Author Singh Sen Lander Title Power Electronics Power Electronics Power Electronics Publisher Tata McGraw-Hill Tata McGraw-Hill McGraw-Hill International MSBTE . TRIAC & load.Final Copy Dt. DIAC. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. 01/04/2010 27 12121 .11. To study working of flasher & trace its circuit diagram & calculate its flashing period.

2. Interface back-end and front-end. establish a data base connection and identify the categories of ActiveX controls and creating them. learn working with forms and different data access techniques.Final Copy Dt. 3.Course Name : Electronics Engineering Group Course Code : EE/EP/ET/EJ/EN/EX/IE/IS/IC/DE/EV/MU/IU/ED/EI Semester : Fourth Subject Title : Visual Basic Subject Code : 12119 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 01 TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS. -TH -Examination Scheme PR 50@ OR -TW -TOTAL 50 Rationale: This subject helps to understand the principles and techniques involved in developing applications with Visual Basic. Generate report using Data Report and Crystal Reports. MSBTE . 5. Use GUI tools of Visual Basic Programming. Objectives: The Students will be able to: 1. Build Visual Basic applications. The student would be able to identify and use the different categories of controls. Use basic and advance VB controls. 01/04/2010 28 12119 . 4. The course content is designed to understand & implement the Event Driven Architecture of Visual Programming.

common dialog box. control Flow statements. Dblist. Database. procedures. Events. tab control.Final Copy Dt. interface wizard. forms. check box.Learning Structure: Application To develop the skill of visual Basic Programming to build custom standalone applications Procedures Programming using Visual Basic. Radio button checkbox. menus. operators. record set. MDI. 01/04/2010 29 12119 . ADO Concepts Data types. record. Principles of DAO. Menu driven graphics using methods Creating and using the ActiveX controls Programming with Active data objects. DBcombo Facts Objects. Command. Arrays collections. MSBTE . Arguments. lock types etc. command button. dialog boxes. variables. project etc. properties of active X controls. cursor types. etc. visual data manager. Principles Design principles of forms. buttons. property pages. constants. Library functions images. etc. cursor location. Graphics Principles of creation of active X control. status bar. Active X control interface wizard. ActiveX controls.

forms etc.Final Copy Dt. 01/04/2010 30 12119 . popup m Advanced controls : Common dialog box. windows common controls. Creating own menu using menu editor. Introduction To Visual Basic Data types. Loop statement. Constants. circle. Environment of VB. combo box. directory list box. Drag and Drop operation. events. OLE control. property. Concept of class module. MDI. Argument passing and return values. Input box and message box. Collection. RGB. Class Module MDI. Menu Editor And Graphics Concept of module.Chapter Contents Introduction To Visual Basic Environment Concept of VB program. procedure. shape. while) Control statements (if-then. input and message box. Command button. if-then-else. Maths. Control loops (do. Container – picture box. MS chart. module. Slider. Validating and processing user inputs. Tree view. Label. class module. Class. relational. function. Nested control structure. File system controls – drive. methods. load picture. Managing with menus. Date and Time. Timer control. Exit statement. file. logical. frame. tab control. MDI. Image. Paint picture. image list. Concept of project. DLL’s and how to use them. Date and time formats. Arrays – REDIM statement. Pset. Array related functions. for. Basic controls like – line. object. Operators – arithmetic. Hrs 01 02 02 02 03 02 Module. options. List view. Design form to demonstrate. rich text box control. Variants. status bar. Controls And Events Scroll bar. Control flow statement. Functions – String. Selection option) Using text box. DLL and how to use 04 03 - MSBTE . string. Variables.

Final Copy Dt.Adding the wizard to visual basic Property pages. MSflex grid. Terminate event. connection. Observing the Events in the Data controls. Creating report using Crystal reports. record set.them.Debugging the Properties. Binary files Binary files HANDLING TOTAL 07 02 - 16 MSBTE . 01/04/2010 31 12119 . list box. DBcombo. combo box. Visual Data Manager.initialize Event. creating Design time only properties. RDO. creating a Clock control. Exploring the Properties of Active X controls. Events in Active X control Using the active X control interface wizard. Introduction To Active X Controls The user control object. Paint/Resize Event.using the property page wizard. DAO. connection. record set. cursor types. DBgrid. Programming with ADO. creating property pages without the wizard. Using RTF control Database. Creating report using Data Report. Ambient Properties. Init properties Event. Making changes inside a sequential file The rich text box control & file handling Random access files Headers and indexes for random access files. extend Properties. lock types. Report Generator Concept of database. record. Creating a simple active x control 03 06 - 02 File Handling In VB File commands file handling functions Sequential files Reading information from a file Adding to an existing file General sequential files Sending special characters to sequential files. Object.DSN and DSN less connection 05 Data bound controls – text box. parameter.

deletion. multiplication and division using : text box. search.Practical: 1. label. Design the interface to perform following operation on the file like create . 01/04/2010 32 12119 . 2. 9. 8. open . reset using timer control. 14. intrinsic components – text box. save search and edit the file. Design MDI form including Menu bar. Combo. text box. Design stop watch with faculty of start. 6. List. Integrate all above practical to form mini project including login form and splash form. design form to change height. file list box and common dialog controls. No. Textbox. and combo box and command button. Learning Resources: Books: Sr. DBcombo. Different windows and their uses. 3. 4. option. Design time properties. 12. Search. Practical including Data bound controls like DBgrid. Design forms to perform mathematical operations like addition. Using image control and scroll bar. radio button. and String. Design the active X control for login form and transport it to browser Design the ActiveX control to perform database operation with get and let property Design the experiment using RTF box to create file . RDO to perform insertion. 01 02 03 04 05 Author Bradley. display. list. heck box. width of image. Options to be selected using option. check box and combo box. drive. updation. Design text editor with menu having copy. replace the text and load and save the file. load . MSFl exgrid and Database control like ADO. Toolbar. and option button. Time. Design explorer using Directory. search. 10. stop. check box.Final Copy Dt. label. 7. movement to image. Design forms to use Date. Mathematical functions with help of text box. Using picture box and image list. select. 13. Study of VB environment with following details: form and their types. Status bar. delete . 11. combo. Millstaugh Nel Jerka Evangelos Petront Sos Content Development group -Title Programming in VB6 The complete reference – VB6 Mastering VB6 VB6 Programming VB6 Black book Publisher Tata McGraw Hill Tata McGraw Hill BPB Tata McGraw Hill -- MSBTE . flip the image on click of command button. 5. DAO. read . labels. label. cut. paste. write . subtraction.

Apply task management techniques for given projects.Final Copy Dt. Apply techniques of effective time management. Face interview without fear. Objectives: The students will be able to: 1. As such the individual skills are not sufficient to work at his best. Convince people to avoid frustration. managing the given task. Survive self in today’s competitive world. 5. 9. 8. He will be a part of a team in the organization. 4. Enhance leadership traits. 2. Electrical & Computer Engineering Group Course Code : AA/CO/CM/CD/IF/EE/EP/DE/MU/EJ/ET/EX/EN/IE/IS/IC/IU/ED/EV/FC/ ML/SC/TX Semester : Fourth Subject Title : Development of Life Skills-II Subject Code : 12041 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 01 TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS -TH -Examination Scheme PR -OR 25# TW 25@ TOTAL 50 Rationale: In today’s competitive world. Such skills will enhance his capabilities in the field of searching. The subject is classified under human science. assimilating information. In this situation the responsibility of diploma holder is not unique. the nature of organizations is changing at very rapid speed. Developing working in teams. solving challenging problems. Use effective presentation techniques. 3.Course Name : Electronics. It will develop the abilities and skills to perform at highest degree of quality as an individual as well as a member of core group or team. Follow moral and ethics. 01/04/2010 33 12041 . 7. This subject will develop the student as an effective member of the team. 11. MSBTE . Apply problem solving skills for a given situation. 6. Resolve conflict by appropriate method. 10. handling people effectively.

Meditation and Yoga. Stress Mgt. Presentation methods. Stress.Final Copy Dt. Study habits Communicati on methods. Conflict Resolution strategies. Problem Solving. Motivation Information Assimilation Personality Development Facts Work Place as a System KNOWLEDGE WORKER MSBTE . Interview Techniques. Transmission. Selection of Aids Time Matrix. Media Time. FEEDBACK AND ACQUISITION Communication. Leadership Principles Group Dynamics Concept Information. Health. Interpersonal Skills. Types of Information. ethics. Notes taking. Feedback. storage and distribution system. Information seeking methods. Presentation Skills. Decision making. Human Psychology. EMOTION. 01/04/2010 34 12041 . SWOT analysis. Listening Principles of effective communication Time management. Task Planning organizing and execution Learning techniques..LEARNING STRUCTURE: Applications Self Development. Group Discussion. Conflict resolution. PERCEPTION. Report Writing. Principles of Body language. Task management Principle s of learning. Receiver. Self motivation. Leadership styles. Sources . Goal setting. Principle Information generation. Information Search COGNITION. RESPONSE. Task Completion Procedure Reading Skills.

Develop Sympathy And Empathy. Establish good rapport. Pitch. 6) Review II)Problem solving technique. Language. Problem Solving I)STEPS IN PROBLEM SOLVING. white board Group discussion and Interview technique – Introduction to group discussion. 2) Brain storming. Ways to enhance interpersonal relations. Social Structure.CONTENTS: Theory Chapter 1 2 3 Name of the Topic SOCIAL SKILLS Society. Speed. decision making INTERVIEW TECHNIQUE Necessity. Eye contact and facial expression. Handling frustrations in group. Pause Pronunciation. Gestures. Tips to work effectively in teams. body language. 3) Evaluate the evidence. Use of aids –OHP. Voice and language – Volume. STAGE FRIGHT. Swot Analysis – Concept. analytical and logical thinking. Articulation. Working in Teams Understand and work within the dynamics of a groups.(any one technique may be considered) 1) Trial and error. Inter personal Relation Sources of conflict. interest with others and work effectively with them to meet common objectives. Resolution of conflict .LCD projector.Final Copy Dt. HOURS 01 01 02 4 02 5 03 6 03 7 02 MSBTE . 4) Consider alternative solutions and their implications. Ways to carry out group discussion. Parameters— Contact. Inflection. Tips for handling common questions. 3) Lateral thinking Presentation Skills Body language -Dress like the audience Posture. Tips to provide and accept feedback in a constructive and considerate way. 1) Identify and clarify the problem. 2) Information gathering related to problem. Leadership in teams. 01/04/2010 35 12041 . Practice of speech. 5) Choose and implement the best alternative. How to make use of SWOT.

Following points will be useful for doing SWOT. blood donation. a) Your past experiences.J. Note: . Mini Project on Task Management: Decide any task to be completed in a stipulated time with the help of teacher. These assignments are the guide lines to the subject teachers. Task identification. 2) Undergo a test on reading skill/memory skill administered by your teacher. opportunities and threats. 3) Solve the puzzles. 7) Conduct an interview of a personality and write a report on it. LEARNING RESOURCES: BOOKS: Sr. 8) Discuss a topic in a group and prepare minutes of discussion. Mc Grath. displaying flow-charts. Publisher Viva Books Pretice Hall of India MSBTE . tree plantation. b) Achievements. posters. c) Failures. Make a report on the programme. Task planning . paper cutting. social activities like giving cloths to poor etc. 6) Watch/listen an informative session on social activities. Closing the task TOTAL 02 16 Contents: Practical List of Assignment: (Any Eight Assignment) 1) SWOT analysis:. camps on awareness like importance of cleanliness in slump area. Make a report on topic of your interest using audio/visual aids. Write a report considering various steps in task management. However the subject teachers are free to design any assignment relevant to the topic. Title of the book No 1 Adams Time management 2 Basic Managerial Skills for All Author Marshall Cooks E. (One activity per group) 5) Deliver a seminar for 10-12 minutes using presentation aids on the topic given by your teacher. The term work will consist of any eight assignments. 4) Form a group of 5-10 students and do a work for social cause e.8 Task Management Introduction. photographs etc on the topic given by your teacher.Final Copy Dt. S. 01/04/2010 36 12041 .organizing and execution.Please note that these are the suggested assignments on given contents/topic. Write thorough description of the topic discussed 9) Arrange an exhibition.Analyse yourself with respect to your strength and weaknesses.g. d) Feedback from others etc. environment protection.H.

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Industrial visits. expert lectures. Due to globalization and competition in the industrial and service sectors the selection for the job is based on campus interviews or competitive tests. 3. Present given topic in a seminar. 01/04/2010 38 12120 . The purpose of introducing professional practices is to provide opportunity to students to undergo activities which will enable them to develop confidence. expert lecture. Prepare notes for given topic. ability to communicate and attitude. seminars on technical topics and group discussion are planned in a semester so that there will be increased participation of students in learning process.Final Copy Dt. Interact with peers to share thoughts. in addition to basic technological concepts. TU -PR 04 PAPER HRS -TH -Examination Scheme PR -OR -TW 50@ TOTAL 50 Objectives: The student will be able to: 1. Acquire information from different sources. While selecting candidates a normal practice adopted is to see general confidence. MSBTE . 5.Course Name : Electronics Engineering Group Course Code : ET/EJ/EN/EX/IE/IS/IC/DE/EV/MU/IU/ED/EI Semester : Fourth Subject Title : Professional Practices-IV Subject Code : 12120 Teaching and Examination Scheme: Teaching Scheme TH -Rationale: Most of the diploma holders join industries. 2. 4. Prepare a report on industrial visit.

Power Point Presentation Software MSBTE . Internet Computer. internet and market Preparing Power Point Presentation text for the topic Principle Principle of searching information Principle of Power Point Presentation Facts Technical Journals.Learning Structure: Application Present a seminar on identified topic related to new technology Procedure Searching information from Journals.Final Copy Dt. 01/04/2010 39 12120 .

and submit a report.B.Activity Industrial Visits Content Structured industrial visits be arranged and report of the same should be submitted by the individual student. Following topics are suggested : i) Collection of information about tools used in electronic workshop ii) Market survey for motors used in electronic application iii) Non Conventional Energy Sources with focus on solar energy iv) Elevators installation and maintenance v) Any other suitable areas Seminar : Seminar topic should be related to the subjects of fourth semester. television. power supply c) Study of networking in computer laboratories d) Comparative study of cables Total 1 2 3 4 5 MSBTE .C. Each student shall submit a report of at least 10 pages and deliver a seminar (Presentation time – 10 minutes) Mini Project / Activities : a) Design of P.C. 01/04/2010 40 12120 . catalogue. using software b) Developing small unit of eliminator battery or D. The industrial visits may be arranged in the following areas/ industries : i) Electronic equipment manufacturing unit ii) Resistance Welding unit iii) Industrial automation unit iv) Adarsh Gram v) Shops using electronic billing system vi) Telephone Exchange Lectures by Professional / Industrial Expert lectures to be organized from any of the following areas: i) Cyber laws ii) Fiber optics communication system iii) Disaster management iv) Use of single for Telephone. internet. magazines. to form a part of the term work.Final Copy Dt. internet v) Industrial Safety vi) Computer security systems vii) Any other suitable topic Information Search : Information search can be done through manufacturers. books etc.