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PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester
Dept of ECE
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STUDENT SELF APPRAISAL
SESSION: August to December, 2014

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code

Marks
Course

11EC401

Embedded System Design.

11EC402

Antenna and Wave Propagation.

11EC403

Microwave and Radar

11EC404
11EC405

Analog and mixed mode VLSI
Design
Embedded System Design Lab

11EC406

Microwave Engineering Lab

11EC407

Analog and Mixed Mode VLSI
Design Lab
Elective - II

11EC408
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Mini Project / Spl. Topic / Elective

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Topic / Elective PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 3 . Saumya Adhikari Mr.INDEX SHEET # Subject code Subject Faculty Handling 1 11EC401 Embedded System Design.II Mini Project / Spl. Rajeshwari. Deepa Yagain Elective .B 2 11EC402 Antenna and Wave Propagation. 3 11EC403 Microwave and Radar 4 11EC404 Analog and mixed mode VLSI Design 5 11EC405 Embedded System Design Lab 6 11EC406 Microwave Engineering Lab 7 11EC407 Analog and Mixed Mode VLSI Design Lab 8 9 11EC408X Dr. Kogali Nagaraj Mrs.

Instruction Set Branch Instructions Load. ARM Processor families UNIT-2 Introduction Data Processing to ARM Instructions.B Hours: 52 Clas Chapter s Title/Referen Topics to be Covered # ce Literature UNIT-1 1 Introduction to embedded systems 2 Overview of Embedded Embedded system blocks. conditional execution Introduction to Thumb Instruction set Credits: 04 % of Portion Covered Reference Cumulative chapter 21.11EC401: EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN Faculty: Rajeshwari.5% 21.store Instructions sections 3. Boot loader.3% 38.9 software Interrupt & Instruction sections 4.1 to 3. Embedded OS 4 5-6 7 8-9 10 1112 13 1415 16 17 18 19 ARM processor architecture.8(T1) PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 4 . Exceptions Interrupts and vector table.5% 17.1 to 2. Registers. Device Drivers.1 Program status register to 4.8% ARM Processor Fundamentals : Sections 2. Current program status register Pipeline. Physical System system -Processor components: and peripherals 3 Embedded software: Tool chains.2 Instructions (T1) Loading constants ARM Extensions. core extensions architecture revisions.

Dynamic priority policies (RM schedule.LLF DM schedule) UNIT-4 Overview of Device drivers I2C overview Peripherals SPI. RR. Priority Scheduling) memory management Protection.13% 66. Partition (Fixed. EDF .20 21 2223 2425 2627 28 29 3031 32 33 3435 3637 38 3940 41 42 4344 45 Programming examples UNIT -3 Introduction -OS overview process managementstates. overview UART overview USB overview 28% 21. FIFO Semaphore and Programming examples Threads and programming example Process Scheduling Basic concepts. Scheduling Criteria Scheduling Algorithms (FCFS.87% 88% SDIO overview PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 5 . Segmentation RTOS features. Dynamic) Paging. Priority inversion Priority inheritance and Priority ceiling. SJF. Relocation.. new process creation Overview of Inter Process Operating Communication using Systems & LINUX RTOS Pipes.

Andrew N SLOSS. Furber Wesly 6 Operating Systems Internals and 6th Pearson design Ed William Stallings Operating System Principles 7th Wiley Galvin India Introduction to Embedded Tata 201 Systems McGraw 0 SHIBU K. Publication info Editi Publishe on r Morgan Kaufman n yea r 201 0 . Addison 199 Stephen B. Chris Wright. PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 6 . Dominic SYMES. “ARM system architecture”.V Hill of technical datasheets and on-line documentation for Unit 1.46 4749 5052 NIC overview UNIT-5 Case 1 Case Study of Embedded Systems with RTOS Case 2 12% 100% Literature: Book Type Co de Text book 1 Referenc e books 1 2 3 4 Extensive use Unit 3 to 5 Title & Author “ARM System Developer’s Guide – Designing and optimizing system software”.

2. Input impedance Antenna aperture and effective length.3. 2. directivity and gain. isotropic. and omnidirectional patterns.2.1.15.14. radians and steradian. 2. radiation pattern lobes. Radiation pattern.2.1 – 1.3.7 2.2.1-1.12.5. 2.5.6. 1.17.13.15. 2. field regions. 2. 2. 2. antenna and beam efficiency half power beamwidth and bandwidth.11EC402: ANTENNA AND WAVE PROPAGATION Faculty: Dr.5.1. 2.15.2. 1. 1.2.1 to 3.11.4. 1.3. types of antennas. 2. 2. radiation mechanism.1.3. Saumya Adhikari Credits: 04 Hrs: 52 Cla ss 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Chapter Title / Reference Literature T1: 1. directional.6 Topics to be Covered UNIT I Introduction. 2.2. 2. 3.3.5. 2.1. Radiation power density and intensity.2. % of Portion Covered Ref Cu er mu enc lati e ve 23 23 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 7 .2. Principal patterns.

2. power density and radiation resistance. power density radiation resistance.2. far field approximations Finite length dipole: current distribution.3.6. vector potentials. Relation between vector and scalar potential: Lorentz condition Solution for inhomogeneous vector potential wave equation.1. ordinary endfire array. near field region. 6.radiated fields. Far field radiation UNIT II Infinitesimal current element (or Hertzian dipole): radiated fields.1. 6. power density and radiation resistance radiation intensity and directivity UNIT III 2 element array: pattern multiplication.4. 6. 6. Small circular loop. power density. 5.4.3.3.8. 5.1.2. 5. radiation intensity and radiation resistance.10. near field region. 6. radiated fields.5 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 T1: 6.3.1 to 6. and intermediate field region.10. 5.2.1.1 to 6. uniform amplitude and spacing. radiation intensity and directivity Circular loop of constant currentradiated fields. N’ element linear array: Array factor. Hertzian dipole in the ‘x’ and ‘y’ direction Loop antennas. far field region. 6. input resistance.3. directivity.8.1 Friis transmission equation Radiation integrals.4. phased array N element linear array: uniform 23 46 20 66 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 8 .8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 T1: 5.3. far field region.2. 6.3. 5.2 R1: example 2. Small dipole: region separation. Half wavelength dipole. 6.1 to5. broadside array. 6.

pattern properties 4. 10. 10.array factor Rectangular planar array Rectangular planar array: array factor UNIT IV helical antenna: axial mode helix.1.1. corner reflector Reflector antenna: prime focus fed parabolic reflector. 4.10.8.2.3.1.3.3.1.10. Cassegrain reflector configuration UNIT V Surface wave propagation Wave tilt. constant of ionosphere. wave. sheet current distribution in free 4. principle. 20 86 14 100 Literature: Book Type Co de Title & Author Publication info Editi Publisher on Ye ar PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 9 .3. Reflector antenna: flat plate 4. maximum usable frequency. wave propagation through 10.4.10. 4.3. 6. 4. normal mode helix microstrip patch antenna R1: 6.10.31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 spacing N element linear array: uniform spacing non uniform amplitude . dielectric 10. Structure of ionosphere.2. 10. radiation pattern as Fourier 4.2. 4.3. 4.1.5.5.2. Space Waves. Horn antenna: pyramidal horn.9.5. with directional antennas 10. 4.3 reflector. Attenuation of surface R2: 10.4. Space wave 10.2.2. ionosphere. skip distance. 10. 4. 10.4 attenuation of waves in ionosphere.1 to height 10. transform of current distribution.2. space.1.2. virtual 10. field equivalence 6.2.2. space wave over spherical earth.1.9.1 to group velocity for wave in plasma.4. 6.2. Introduction.3.1.

Text book Reference books T1 R1 R2 “Antenna theory analysis and design”.Harish & M. R K Shevgaonkar Seco nd First First John Wiley & sons Oxford University Press Tata Mcgrawhill 11EC403: Microwave and Radar (4-0-0-4) Faculty: Mr.R.Balanis ”Antennas and Propagation”.Sachidananda ”Electromagnetic Waves”. Kogalli Nagaraj Clas s # Chapter Title/Reference Literature Credits: 04 Hours: 52 Topics to be Covered % of Portion Covered Individ Cumulative ual UNIT-1 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 10 .A. C. A.

7-3-3.1.8-2-1.1.7.12 2132 Klystrons.81-3.2.3. GUNN effect diodes – GaAs diode. Avalanche transit time devices: READ diode.2.10.5. Parametric amplifiers Other diodes: PIN diodes.7-3-1.7-2-2.8-1-1. RWH theory. Applications of Radar.73-2. Radar frequencies.9. 8-5-3 Unit2: Reference Book1 10.7-1-1. 2. Radar Equation: Introduction.2. System losses 19 19 19 38 23 61 UNIT-4 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 11 .4.2.2.9.7-1-2. Reflex Klystrons. Pulse Repetition Frequency. Detection of signals in noise.9-4.1.1.82-2. Magnetrons(cylindrical Magnetron oscillators) UNIT-2 Microwave Diodes: Transfer electron devices: Introduction. The simple form of the Radar equation.4. TWT.2. IMPATT diode.1-10 1120 Unit1:Text1 9-2. Modes of operation.8-2-3.1.8-3-1. Probabilities of detection and False alarm.8-1-2.2. 10-0.3. Schottky barrier diodes. Transmitter power.8-3-3.1.5. Receiver Noise and the Signal to Noise ratio. 5. UNIT-3 Introduction to Radar: Basic Radar.83-2. Radar Cross Section of Targets. Radar Block diagram.8-1-4.3 Unit3: Text2 1.2.10-1-1 Unit2: Text1 7-0.2 .2.7-3-4 8-0.72-1.

3. Duplexers and Receiver Protectors. Pulse Doppler Radar.3.5.11 . Moving target detector. PHI/Pearson Education.11. Text Books / References: Merrill L.11. Reference Book: Microwave Engineering.2. Super Heterodyne Receiver.6.11. UNIT-5 Radar Transmitters: Introduction. Radar antenna: Electronically steered phased array antennas 19 80 20 100 Text Books: Samuel Y. Delay-line cancellers.1.3. Receiver noise figure.5. TMH. 3e. 9 3342 Unit5: Text2 10.Unit4: Text2 3. Liao.2. 9.3.11. Skolnik.5 4352 MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar: Introduction to Doppler and MTI Radar.David Pozar Jhon Wiley and Sons 3rd Edition Microwave Engineering-Annapurna Das and Sisir Das TMH Publications PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 12 . Microwave Devices and Circuits.4. Radar displays.3. Solid state RF power sources Radar Receivers:: Radar receiver. Introduction to Radar Systems.1.1. Digital MTI processing.10.3.

5.1.2.3 Basic Current mirrors-1 19.3 23.1.2.2.4.1.4.23 Basic current mirrors-2 Cascode current mirrors-1 Cascode current mirrors-2 Active current mirrors Active current mirrors-large signal analysis Razavi2.2.3.11EC404: DESIGN OF ANALOG AND MIXED MODE VLSI CIRCUITS Faculty Incharge: Mrs.4.38 4.4.5.69 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 13 . Deepa Yagain Hrs: 52 Cla ss # 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 % of portions covered Refe Topics to be Covered Cumu r lative ence : Basic MOS Device Physics & Single stage Amplifier General considerations MOS V-I Characteristics Second Order effects Chapter Title / Reference Literature UNIT I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Credits: 04 MOS small signal Model CS stage with resistive load CS stage with diode connected load 23.2.4.1 CS stage with current source load CS stage with source degeneration Source follower Common gate stage Cascode stage-1 Cascode stage-2 UNIT II : Differential Amplifiers Basic difference pair-1 Basic difference pair-2 Common mode response-1 Common mode response-2 Razavi15.4.1 38.3.2.46 57.5 Differential pair with MOS loads-1 Differential pair with MOS loads-2 Gilbert cell-1 Gilbert cell-2 UNIT III : Passive and Active Current Mirrors Razavi-5.

2007 “CMOS Circuit Design.3.5 DAC Architectures:Digital Input Code. TMH.23 76.4.9. Cyclic DAC Pipeline DAC ADC Architectures.1.1.29.9.2. PHI Edn. Simulation” . Jacaob Baker.2.5.23 19.9.9.2.8.7. Layout. Flash 2-Step Flash ADC Pipeline ADC Integrating ADC 19.R. Performance parameters 9.9.92 100 Successive approximation ADC Text Book: “Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits”. David E Boyce.Active current mirrors-small signal analysis Common mode properties Problems Problems 25 26 27 28 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 UNIT IV : Operational amplifiers RazaviGeneral considerations 9.9 One stage op amps-1 One stage op amps-2 Two stage Opamps-1 Two stage Opamps-2 Gain Boosting Common mode feedback Slew rate Power supply Rejection Ratio UNIT V: Data Converters Architectures 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Baker-29.129.6. 2005 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 14 .9. Behzad Razavi. Resistors String R-2R Ladder Networks Current Steering Charge Scaling DACs. Harry W Li.9.

7 Text book8. MIDI.UNIT-5 The JPEG2000 % of Portion Covered Individ Cumulat ual ive 23 23 19 42 19 61 19 80 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 15 .2. overview of Multimedia software tools. popular file formats.3 1-12 1322 2332 3342 Text book7. Run-length coding.4. 5.1 . and 5. 1.MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION (4-0-0-4) Faculty: Mr. 7. Basics of Digital Audio: Digitization of sound. UNIT-2 Lossless Compression Algorithms: Introduction.3.11TE326 . 7.1 . Multimedia and Hypermedia. 5. Distortion measures.5. Fundamental Concepts in Video: Types of video Signals. Analog video.6.1. Quantization and Transmission of Audio. variablelength coding. Graphics and Image Representation: Graphics/ Image data types. Quantization. 1. 7.1. rate distortion theory.1.1. Digital video. 7. 3.9.2. Transform UNIT-4 Image Compression Standards: The JPEG standard. 7.8. WWW.9 Text book9. DictionaryUNIT-3 Lossy Compression Algorithm: Introduction. 3.2. Arun Vikas Singh Credits: 04 Hours: 52 Clas s # Chapter Title/Referen ce Literature Text book1.4 Topics to be Covered UNIT-1 Introduction to Multimedia: What is multimedia.3.

UNIT-2 Schedule Algorithms: Introduction. MPEG-1.261. algorithms.3.4. 2. video compression 4311. Tree cover. MPEG-4.1 10.2. 2. MPEG-2.3. Fundamental algorithms: Linear and Integer Programs : Branch and Bound. techniques-H.5.2.4 Literature: Book Title & Author Type Fundamentals of Multimedia.4. greedy scheduling algorithms. representation of Boolean functions using Binary Decision diagram .5.15 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 16 .1.3.ROBDD.2. 12. synthesis and optimization Notations.92 46. 26. directed graphs. 19. Boolean algebra : Boolean functions.4. Ze-Nian Li Text and Mark S.1. undirected graphs.92 Graph optimization problems and algorithms:Dijkstra.2. 11. 2. combinatorial optimization. 12. ITE operator(only representations and problems) .2. 4.) Credits: 4 Topics to be Covered % of Portion Covered Cum Refere u nce lative UNIT-1 Circuit Models. Leftedge algorithms.Text bookMPEG Video Coding Basic 10.1.3. 52 12.23 26. 2. Graph coloring algorithms: Vertex coloring. Drew. Book 20 100 Publication info Publisher Pearson Education 2004 Synthesis and Optimization of Digital Circuit 11EC379 Faculty: Class Jayashree H V Hours: 52 Chapter Title / Reference Literature 1 2-3 4-6 7-11 12-14 15 Introduction to synthesis and optimization (T1:1. 12. Introduction to decision and optimization problems. 2. Bellman Ford Algorithm.2. tractable and intractable problems.

1.1. 25 26-28 29-31 31-32 Logic Level Synthesis and Optimizatio nPart I T1: 7.5.62 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 17 .1.4.2. Irredundant.2. UNIT-3 Two Level Combinational Logic Optimization: Logic optimization principles Definitions: Multiple output implicant.2.5.2. 9. Multiple output minterm. Essentials.5.(only method and problems UNIT-4 Sequential Circuit Optimization: Introduction.1. essential prime implicant . logic minimization Methods: Expand. Sequential circuit optimization using state based models: State minimization for completely specified finite state machines State minimization for incompletely specified finite state machines. sequential circuit optimization 19. Latency constrained.3 .2.Reduce. ALAP.Irredundant) with examples.6.1.23 65.4.3.2.3. 9. Scheduling Pipe lined circuits:Scheduling with pipelined resources.3.1. Force directed scheduling.4.irredundant cover.2. 4.5. a model for scheduling problems. functional pipelining. 2.7. Testability Propertes.17. 7. Scheduling with resource constraints: Integer linear programming Model.4.. cover.5. loop folding.1. minimum cover.4.1. Scheduling without resource constraints: ASAP. Heuristic Logic Minimization: operators(Expand.16-18 19 20-22 23-24 Architectura l or High Level Synthesis and Optimizatio n T1:5.4 32-34 35 36-38 39 40-42 Logic Level Synthesis and Optimizatio n -Part II T1:9. Reduce. prime. List Scheduling. 9.4.7.3.3.38 84. 4.23 method and Petrick’s method.5.2. HU’s Algorithm. Exact Logic minimization:QM 19.2.Reshap e.5.3.5. Scheduling under timing constraints. 7.3.3.5. 5.7. 7.

10.1. 15.43-44 45 46-48 49-50 Logic Level Synthesis and Optimizatio n-Part III T1: 10. cycle time minimization using retiming UNIT-5 Cell Library Binding:Introduction.5. with and without conditional execution of ARM. MATCH algorithm. Boolean matching. Giovanni De Micheli Publication info Publisher Edition year Tata 2003 McGraw-Hill 11EC405 :ESD Laboratory Staff:Rajeshwari. Implementation of Algorithms using existing EDA tools and implementing the same using Matlab/c++. tree based covering.2.10.110. and power of conditional execution of ARM Write a program for convolution of two sequences to compare the performance and complexity of the code with and without MLA instruction Write a program to multiply two matrices.1 0. 3.B Credits:1 We ek # 1 2 3 4 Progra m# List of programs Write an ALP to find the GCD (Greatest Common Divisor). Problem formulation and analysis. PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 18 . Compare the performance and complexity of the code with and without MLA instruction Write a program to send stream of characters through serial port in a full duplex mode.5 51-52 using network models: Introduction to retiming.3.38 100 Literature: Book Type Cod e Title & Author Text book T1 Synthesis and Optimization of Digital Circuits. specific problems and lgorithms for library binding: Rule based library binding comparisons of Algorithmic and rule based library binding. Observe the difference.4. algorithms for library binding: Covering Algorithms based on structural matching simple tree based matching.10.

Measurement of Directivity. electronic tuning range and sensitivity of Reflex klystron oscillator. transit time. 9 Write a program to scan the keypad. peak power delivery. 8 Write a program to synchronize shared memory usage using Semaphore.Write a program to open a file and using fork system call creates a child process. (b) Perform 3x3 matrices addition using threads. Cycle2: 5. 2. assign own values to the keys and display the key pressed. Measurement of Directivity. Determination of modes. frequency and VSWR. 7 Write a program to communicate between two processes using PIPE (b) FIFO. 3. beam width & Gain of three types of Parabolic antenna. Check the output of the file. Determination of V-I curve of Gunn diode. 4. Let both the parent and child process write to the same file. Measurement of Directivity. beam width & Gain of Dipole antenna PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 19 . beam width & gain of Horn antenna. 10 11 12 13 I/O operation of ARM kit using GPIO LED port Write a program to display Stream of characters on LCD display left to right 4 digit numerical values on LCD display right to left Write a program to interface Seven segment display through decoder Write a program to Interface I2 C device 11EC405: Microwave engineering-2 Lab (0-0-2-1) Faculty: Mr. guide wavelength. frequency pushing factor. Kogali Nagaraj List of Experiments: Cycle1: 1. 5 6 (a) Write a simple program to create three threads.

AUG 4 5 6 7 8 9 6 2.E. Determination of Coupling coefficient and insertion loss of Directional coupler. 8. C A L E N D A R O F E V E N T S BE III. 12. P.Characteristics of Isolator/ Circulator/Attenuator. V and VII Sem Session: Aug – Dec 2014 (Odd Semester) Day Wee Month Mo We Th k# Tue Fri n d u Sat # worki ng days 1. . AUG 11 12 EWD 13 14 15 H 16 4 Activities Course Registra tion 9 – Friday TT 15 Indepen PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 20 .Measurement of impedance using slotted line Assembly.S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BANGALORE-85. 7.SWR measurement using double minima method. Radiation pattern measurement of three types of antennas. 11. Determination of Coupling coefficient and insertion loss of Magic Tee Cycle3: 9.6. Determination of Scattering matrix coefficients of T planes/ Magic tee 10.

NOV 3 4 H 5 6 7 CCM II 8 H 4 13 – Friday TT TEST-1 24-Mahalaya Amavasya. AUG 18 4. SEP 15 16 17 18 19 20 PTM 1 5 8.dence Day 1 3.Vijaya Dashami 6Wednesday TT 8-Valmiki Jayanthi 11 – Friday TT Withdrawal of Course/s 22-Naraka Chaturdasi 24Balipadyami TEST-2 1-Kannada Rajyostava 4. 11. SEP 8 7.Muharram 8Kanakadasa PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 21 . OCT/N OV 27 T2 28 T2 29 T2 30 T2 31 T2 1 H 14. 2-Gandhi Jayanthi 3. SEP/OC T 29 30 EWD 6 1 2 H 3 H 4 H 3 6 7 EWD 7 8 H 9 BB V 10 BBV 11 ASD I 5 13 14 EWD 8 15 16 17 FAM 2 18 5 22 H 23 24 H 25 3 5 10.Ayudha Pooja 4. SEP 22 T1 23 T1 24 H 25 T1 26 T1 27 T1 5 9. AUG/SE P 25 5. SEP 1 19 EWD 2 26 EWD 3 2 EWD 4 9 EWD 5 20 21 22 FAM 1 23 5 Dropping of Course/s 27 28 29 H 30 4 29-Ganesha Chaturthi 3 4 5 6 5 10 11 12 CCM 1 13 6 6. OCT 20 21 EWD 9 13. OCT OCT 12.

DEC 22 23 24 25 H 26 DEC/JA 29 30 31 1 2 N FAM I : First Faculty Advisor Meeting Teachers Meeting CCM I: First 22. 15 PTM 2 ASD II 22 FAS D 5 21. NOV 17 18 19 20 21 LWD 17. DEC DEC 1 8 2 9 3 10 4 11 5 12 20. 2015 PESIT-Course Information – (Autonomous) Session: Aug – Dec 2014 VII Semester Dept of ECE 22 . DEC 15 16 17 18 19 21. NOV/ DEC 24 MT 25 MT 26 MT 27 28 18. 19. 2015 Commencement of Even Semester : Jan 5. NOV 10 11 EWD 10 12 13 BB V 14 BBV 16.Issue of Hall ticket Announcement of Results: Jan 2.Last working Day Preparation 29 week/ MakeIOH up Test 6 SEE THEORY EXAMS 13 SEE 20 PRACTICAL EXAMS Semester 27 end Vacation 253 Christmas PTM I: First Parent Class Committee Meeting 5 FAM II: Second Faculty Advisor Meeting PTM II: Second Parent Teachers Meeting CCM II: Second Class Committee Meeting BBV: Blue Book Verification (3.45PM) EWD: Extended Working Day ASD: Attendance & Sessional Marks display H : Holiday Day display LWD: Last working FASD: Final attendance & Sessional marks IOH.Jayanthi.45 to 4. 15.