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Advanced Heat Transfer-SYLLABUS

Conduction
Derivation of energy equation for conduction in three dimensions Initial and boundary conditions.
Transient conduction- Concept of Biot number Lumped capacitance formulation unsteady
conduction from a semi-infinite solid-solution by similarity transformation method. Solution of the
general 1D unsteady problem by separation of variables, Laplace equation solution by variable
separable method concept of superposition and homogeneous boundary conditions. Numerical
solution of conduction problems-Basic ideas of finite difference method forward, backward and
central differences Discretization for the unsteady heat equation.

Convection
Derivation of governing equation for convection. 2D laminar coquette flow and nondimensional
numbers. Concept of Adiabatic wall temperature. Integral methods for momentum and thermal
boundary layers. Pipe flow concept of developed temperature profile and solutions for constant
wall flux and constant wall temperature boundary conditions. Solution of entry length problem for
constant wall and constant wall flux boundary conditions. Natural convection governing
equation, integral solution for flat surface.

Radiation
Introduction. Concept of black body, derivation of black body radiation laws from first principles
Need for view factors,concept of view factors, mathematical definition. Shape factor calculations.
Radiosity, Irradiation method for gray diffuse enclosures. Gas Radiation.
REFERENCES :

1. Fundamentals of Heat & Mass Transfer by Thirumaleshwar, Pearson


2. Poulikakos, Conduction Heat transfer, Prentice Hall, 1994.
3. G.E. Mayers, Analytical methods in Conduction Heat Transfer, McGraw Hill, 1971.
4. Kays W M and Crawford M E, Convective Heat and Mass Transfer, McGraw Hill Int Edition, 3rd edition,
1993.
5. Spalding D B, Introduction to Convective Mass Transfer, McGraw Hill, 1963.
6. R. Siegel and J.R. Howell, Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer, Taylor and Francis, 2002.

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Advanced IC Engines-SYLLABUS:

Spark Ignition Engines


Air-fuel ratio requirements, Design of carburetor fuel jet size and venture size, Stages of
combustion-normal and abnormal combustion, Factors affecting knock, Combustion chambers,
Introduction to thermodynamic analysis of SI Engine combustion process.

Compression Ignition Engines


Stages of combustion-normal and abnormal combustion Factors affecting knock, Direct and
Indirect injection systems, Combustion chambers, Turbo charging, Introduction to Thermodynamic
Analysis of CI Engine Combustion process.

Engine Exhaust Emission Control


Formation of NOX , HC/CO mechanism , Smoke and Particulate emissions, Green House Effect ,
Methods of controlling emissions , Three way catalytic converter and Particulate Trap, Emission
(HC,CO, NO and NOX , ) measuring equipments, Smoke and Particulate measurement, Indian
Driving Cycles and emission norms

Alternate Fuels
Alcohols , Vegetable oils and bio-diesel, Bio-gas, Natural Gas , Liquefied Petroleum Gas ,Hydrogen
, Properties , Suitability, Engine Modifications, Performance , Combustion and Emission
Characteristics of SI and CI Engines using these alternate fuels.

Recent Trends
Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition Engine, Lean Burn Engine, Stratified Charge Engine,
Surface Ignition Engine, Four Valve and Overhead cam Engines, Electronic Engine Management,
Common Rail Direct Injection Diesel Engine, Gasoline Direct Injection Engine, Data Acquisition
System pressure pick up, charge amplifier PC for Combustion and Heat release analysis in
Engines.
REFERENCES:
1. Heinz Heisler, Advanced Engine Technology, SAE International Publications, USA,1998
2. Ganesan V.. Internal Combustion Engines , Third Edition, Tata Mcgraw-Hill ,2007
3. John B Heywood, Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, Tata McGraw-Hill 1988
4. Patterson D.J. and Henein N.A,Emissions from combustion engines and their control, Ann
Arbor Science publishers Inc, USA, 1978
5. Gupta H.N, Fundamentals of Internal Combustion Engines ,Prentice Hall of India, 2006
6. Ultrich Adler , Automotive Electric / Electronic Systems, Published by Robert Bosh GmbH,1995

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Air & Space Law-SYLLABUS

Definition of Air Law

Nature, Scope and Source, Development of Air Law (Paris Convention, 1910; Paris Convention, 1919;
Madrid Convention, 1926; Havana Convention, 1928; Warsaw Convention and Chicago Convention, 1944)
Regulation, Freedom of the Air and Sovereignty in the Air, Membership and Organs of ICAO Legislative,
Administrative and Judicial function, Economic and Technical regulations

Bilateralism and Multi-literalism

Concept of bilateralism, Views on multi-literalism, Merits and demerits, Regionalism in civil aviation, India
and bilateral agreement

Safety and security in civil aviation

The Concept, Aviation terrorism, International Norms-conventions, protocols and regulations, Regulation
in India : Air safety provisions , Air Traffic management, Legal regime of Air Space and Outer Space,
Problem of application of Air, Space and telecommunication laws, State obligation to provide Air
Navigation services, Sovereign rights of States

New Development in India

Technology development and problem in civil aviation, Airports-leasing and privatization-legal issues
Liability in International civil aviation, Manufacturers, operators, operators agents and maintenance
contractors, Third party liability for surface damage

REFERENCES :
1. Azbeyratne, RIR, Legal and Regulatory Issures in International Aviation (1996)
2. S. Bhatt, The New Aviation Policy in India (1977)
3. Carole Blackshow, Aviation Law and Regulation
4. V.S.Mani, Recent Trends in International Space and Policy (1966)
5. Emerging Trends in air Law by Balakista Reddy.- Serial publication

6. Space Law by Sandeepa Bhat B.-easterjn Book Company

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Aircraft Propulsion- SYLLABUS

Propellers
Ideal Momentum Theory and Blade Element Theory and their relative Merits, Numerical Problems on
the Performance of Propellers using Propeller Charts, Selection of Propellers, Fixed, Variable and
Constant Speed Propellers, Prop-Fan, Material for Propellers, Shrouded Propellers Helicopter rotor in
Hovering Performance.

Aircraft Piston Engines


The Internal Combustion Engine Process, Brief Historical Sketch S.I and C.I. Engines, 4-Stroke and 2Stroke Engines, Thermodynamics of Engine Analysis, Combustion Process, Air Standard Cycles, Various
Type of Arrangements or Multi-Cylinder Aircraft Engines, their Merits and Operational Efficiencies,
Intake and Exhaust Manifolds, Cooling and Lubrication Systems, Valve Timing and Arrangements,
I.H.P., B.H.P and F.H.P, Engine Performance, Effect of Altitude, Power required and Power available,
supercharging, Preliminary Design of Aircraft Piston Engine.

Fuels, Combustion and Flame Stability


Liquid Fuels, Hydrocarbons, Gasoline, Starting Mixtures and Temperatures, Vapor Lock, other Liquid
Fuels and Blends, Combustion Knock and Knock Rating, Carburetion and Fuel Injection, Ignition of the
Charge, Ignition System, Gas Turbine Fuels, Solid and Liquid Propellants.

Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines


Air-Standard Brayton Cycle, Actual Gas Turbine Engine Cycle, Compressor and Turbine Efficiencies,
Compressor Work and Turbine Work, Centrifugal and Axial type of Compressor, their Comparative
Action, Relative Merits in Operations, Combustion Chambers: Various Arrangements, Simplex and
Duplex Burners.

Steady 1D Gas Dynamics


Basics, Simple Flows: Nozzle Flow, Nozzle Design, Nozzle Operating characteristics for Isentropic
Flow, Nozzle Flow and Shock Waves. Nozzle characteristics for some Operational Engines. Rayleigh
Flow and Fanno Flow. Effect of Frictional Duct Length in Subsonic Flow and Supersonic Flow,
Numerical Problems in 1D Flow.

Inflets, Nozzles and Combustion Chambers

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Subsonic Inlets: Pressure Recovery, Inlet Sizing Drag Flow Distortion. Supersonic Inlets: Total and Sonic
State Points, A/A* Normal Shock based Internal Compression Inlets, Design Sizing and Performance.
Exhaust Nozzle, C-D Nozzle, Engine Back Pressure Control, Exit Area Ratio, Exhaust Nozzle System
Performance in details. Combustion Systems, Burners, Ignition, Flame Stability. After Burners: System
Design, Flame Stability, Pressure Losses etc.

Parametric Cycle Analysis of Ideal Engines


Steps of Engine Parametric Cycle Analysis, Basic Assumptions. Applications to

Ideal Ramjet

Ideal Turbojet with and without afterburner

Ideal Turbofan engine, optimum BPR and afterburning

Ideal Turnoprop engine, and

Ideal Turboshaft engine.

Parametric Cycle Analysis of Real Engines


Cycle Analysis of Turbojet, Turbojet with after Burner, Turbofan and Turboprop.

Axial Flow Compressor


Eulers Turbo Machinery Equations. Axial Flow Compressor Analysis, Cascade Action, Flow Field.
Eulers Equation, Velocity Diagrams, Flow Annulus Area Stage Parameters. Degree of Reaction,
Cascade Airfoil Nomenclature and Loss Coefficient, Diffusion Factor, Stage Loading and Flow
Coefficient, Stage Pressure Ratio, Blade Mach No., Repeating Stage, Repeating Row, Mean Line Design.
Flow Path Dimensions, No. of Blades Per Stage. Radial Variation, Design Process, Performance.

Axial Flow Turbine


Introduction to Turbine Analysis, Mean Radius Stage Calculations, Stage Parameters, Stage Loading
and Flow Coefficients Degree of Reaction, Stage Temperature Ratio and Pressure Ratio, Blade Spacing,
Radial Variation, Velocity Ratio. Axial Flow Turbine, Stage Flow Path, Dimensional Stage Analysis.
Multistage Design; Steps of Design: Single Stage and two Stages. Turbine Performance. Blade Cooling.
REFERENCES :
1. Sutton, G.P., Rocket Propulsion Elements, John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York, 5 th Edn., 1993.
2. Hill, P.G. & Peterson, C.R. Mechanics & Thermodynamics of Propulsion Addison Wesley
Longman INC, 1999.
3. Cohen, H., Rogers, G.F.C. and Saravanamuttoo, H.I.H., Gas Turbine Theory,
Longman Co., ELBS Ed., 1989.
4. Gorden, C.V., Aero thermodynamics of Gas Turbine and Rocket Propulsion, AIAA

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Airport Planning & Management-SYLLABUS

Airports and airport systems

Introduction, Airport management on an international level, The National Plan of Integrated Airport
SystemsThe Nations Airport System Plan , The rules that govern airport management, Organizations that
influence airport regulatory policies
Organization and administration
Introduction, Airport ownership and operation, The airport organization chart, Airport management as a
career, The airport manager and public relations
Airports and airport systems :A historical and legislative perspective
Introduction, The formative period of aviation and airports: 19031938 55, Airport growth: World War II
and the postwar period, Airport modernization: The early jet age , Airport legislation after airline
deregulation, Airports in the twenty-first century: From peacetime prosperity, to terror insecurity

The components of the airport


The airfield

The components of an airport, The airfield, Navigational aids (NAVAIDS) located on airfields, Air traffic
control and surveillance facilities located on the airfield, Weather reporting facilities located on airfields,
Security infrastructure on airfields
Airspace and air traffic control
Introduction, Brief history of air traffic control, The present-day air traffic control management and
operating infrastructure, The basics of air traffic control, Current and future enhancements to air traffic
control
Airport terminals and ground access
Introduction, The historical development of airport terminals, Components of the airport terminal, Airport
ground access

Airport operations and financial management

Airport operations management under FAR Part 139


Introduction, Pavement management, Aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF), Snow and ice control,
Safety inspection programs, Bird and wildlife hazard management,
Airport security
Introduction, History of airport security, The Transportation Security Administration, Security at
commercial service airports, Security at general aviation airports, The future of airport security
Airport financial management

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Introduction, Airport financial accounting, Revenue strategies at commercial airports, Pricing of airport
facilities and services, Variation in the sources of operating revenues, Rise in airport financial burdens,
Airport funding, Grant programs, Airport financing, Private investment, Sale of the airport

Airport public administration and planning

The economic, political, and social role of airports


Introduction, The economic role of airports, Political roles, Environmental impacts of airports
Airport planning
Introduction, Airport system planning, The airport master plan, The airport layout plan, Forecasting,
Facilities requirements, Design alternatives, Financial plans, Land use planning, Environmental planning
Airport capacity and delay
Introduction, Defining capacity, Factors affecting capacity and delay, Estimating capacity, Illustrating
capacity with a time-space diagram, FAA approximation charts, Simulation models, Defining delay,
Estimating delay, Analytical estimates of delay: The queueing diagram, Other measures of delay,
Approaches to reducing delay, Administrative and demand management
The future of airport management
Introduction, Restructuring of commercial air carriers, New large aircraft, Small aircraft transportation
systems

Code of Federal Regulations: 14 CFRAeronautics

Code of Federal Regulations , 49 CFRTransportation, 1500 Series: Transportation Security


Regulations

REFERENCES :
1. Airport Planning & Management by Seth Young, Alexander Wells, Mc Graw Hills, ISBN 0071750231BEEPB
2. Airport Planning & Management by Ed D Alexander T, Mc Graw Hills, ISBN: 0071386556-BEPDF
3.Airport Planning & Management by Donald I Smith, John D Odegard, William Shea, Wadsworth Pub Co.
, ISBN: 0534028772

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Alternate Energy Sources for Transportation- SYLLABUS

Introduction
Need for alternate fuel, availability and properties of alternate fuels, general use of alcohols,
LPG, hydrogen, ammonia, CNG and LNG, vegetable oils and biogas, merits and demerits of various
alternate fuels, introduction to alternate energy sources. Like EV, hybrid, fuel cell and solar cars.

Alcohols
Properties as engine fuel, alcohols and gasoline blends, performance in SI engine, methanol and
gasoline blends, combustion characteristics in CI engines, emission characteristics, DME, DEE
properties performance analysis, performance in SI & CI Engines.

Natural Gas, LPG, Hydrogen and Biogas


Availability of CNG, properties, modification required to use in engines, performance and
emission characteristics of CNG using LPG in SI & CI engines, performance and emission of LPG.
Hydrogen; storage and handling, performance and safety aspects.

Vegetable Oils
Various vegetable oils for engines, esterification, performance in engines, performance and
emission characteristics, bio diesel and its characteristics

Electric, Hybrid, Fuel Cell and Solar Cars


Layout of an electric vehicle, advantage and limitations, specifications, system components, electronic
control system, high energy and power density batteries, hybrid vehicle, fuel cell vehicles, solar powered
vehicles.

REFERENCES :

1. Non conventional energy sources by BH Khan, TATA Mc Graw, EAN 9780071335430-BEPDF


2. Richard.L.Bechfold Alternative Fuels Guide Book - SAE International Warrendale - 1997.
3. Maheswar Dayal - Energy today & tomorrow - I & B Horishr India - 1982.
4. Nagpal - Power Plant Engineering - Khanna Publishers - 1991.
5. Alcohols as motor fuels progress in technology - Series No.19 - SAE Publication USE - 1980.
6. SAE paper nos. 840367, 841333, 841334, 841156, Transactions, SAE, USA
7. Non Conventional Energy Resources by GD Rai, Khanna Publishers

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Applied Micro Paleontology-Syllabus

Calcareous, Agglutinated, Siliceous, Phosphatic and Organic- Walled Microfossils. StaratigraphicGeographic Distribution of Microfossils,
Chronostratigraphic Time Scale with some important Fossils Group (or index fossils). Microfossils and
their role in Petroleum Exploration. Micropaleontology in Petroleum Exploration (Structural Problems,
Stratigraphic , Problems, Biochronology, Well Correlation, Source Rock Evaluation etc.)
Foraminifera, Ostracoda, Diatoms, Radiolarian, Condonts, Acritarchs, Chitinozoa, Dinoflagellates,
Spores and Pollen, Palynofacies and Kerogen Analysis, Thermal Maturation.Biostartigraphy,
Paleoenvironmental

(paleobathymetry)

and

Paleogeographic

Interpretation.Quantitative

Biostratigraphy, Stable Isotope Stratigraphy, Molecular Fossils, Morphometric and Particle Analysis.

References:
1. Armstrong, H.A. and Brasier, M.D. Microfossils, 2nd Edn., Blackwell Publishing, 2005.
2. BouDagher-Fadel, M.K. Evolution and Geological Significance of Larger Benthic Foraminifera.
Elsevier, The Netherlands, 2008.
3. Jansonius, J. and McGregor, D.C. (Eds.) Palynology: Principles and Applications. AASP
foundation, 1996.
4. Travers, A. Paleopalynology, 2nd Edn., Springer, 2007.

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Applied Statistical Methods-SYLLABUS

Statistical methods, scope and limitations, population and sample, frequency distribution and
curves dispersion, standard deviation, co-efficient of variation, skewness.

Probability, Distributions properties and applications. Sampling distributions, methods, accuracy


and applications in highway engineering problems.

Statistical decisions, hypothesis testing errors, tests significance, variance Chi -square, test,
confidence Interval.

Queuing theory. Time series analysis.

Variables scatter diagram Curve fitting methods, correlation linear regression multiple linear
regression.

Multivariate data analysis. Optimization technique and applications in - Highway and


traffic engineering problems.

Use of mathematical and statistical software packages.

REFERENCES:
1.

Snedecor G. W. and W.G. Cochran (1994). Statistical methods. East west press, India, 8th edition.

2.

Medhi J (1982) Introduction to statistics. New age publications, New Delhi

3.

Hannagth T. G. (1986): Mastering Statistics, 2nd edition, McMillan

4.

Agarwal B. L. (1988), Basic Statistics, 3rd Edition, New Age Pub. ND.

Artificial Neural Network-SYLLABUS


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Introduction to artificial neural networks


Biological neural networks, Pattern analysis tasks: Classification, Regression, Clustering,
Computational models of neurons, Structures of neural networks, Learning principles

Data Processing
Scaling, Normalization, Transformation (FT/FFT), Principal Component Analysis, Regression, CoVariance Matrix, Eigen Values & Eigen Vectors. Basic Models of Artificial Neurons, Activation
Functions, Aggregation Function, Single Neuron Computation, Multilayer Perceptron, Least Mean
Square Algorithm, Gradient Descent Rule, Nonlinearly Separable Problems and Bench Mark
Problems in NN.
Multilayered Network Architecture, Back Propagation Algorithm, Heuristics for making BPAlgorithm performs better. Accelerated Learning BP (like Recursive Least Square, Quick Prop,
Rprop Algorithm), Approximation Properties of RBF Networks and comparison with Multilayer
Perceptron
Recurrent Network and Temporal Feed-Forward Network, implementation with BP, Self Organizing
Map and SOM Algorithm, Properties of Feature Map and Computer Simulation.
Complex Valued NN and Complex Valued BP, Analyticity of Activation Function, Application in 2D
Information Processing. Complexity Analysis of Network Models. Soft Computing

Feedforward neural networks


Pattern classification using perceptron, Multilayer feedforward neural networks (MLFFNNs),
Pattern classification and regression using MLFFNNs, Error backpropagation learning, Fast learning
methods: Conjugate gradient method Autoassociative neural networks, Bayesian neural networks

Radial basis function networks


Regularization theory, RBF networks for function approximation, RBF networks for pattern
classification

Kernel methods for pattern analysis


Statistical learning theory, Support vector machines for pattern classification, Support vector
regression for function approximation, Relevance vector machines for classification and regression

Self-organizing maps
Pattern clustering, Topological mapping, Kohonens self-organizing map

Feedback neural networks


Pattern storage and retrieval, Hopfield model, Boltzmann machine, Recurrent neural networks

REFERENCES:

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1. B.Yegnanarayana, Artificial Neural Networks, Prentice Hall of India, 1999


2. Neural Network by Freeman S Kapur Pearson publication
3. Satish Kumar, Neural Networks A Classroom Approach, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2003
4. S.Haykin, Neural Networks A Comprehensive Foundation, Prentice Hall, 1998
5. C.M.Bishop, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning, Springer, 2006

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Aviation Economics SYLLABUS

Airline System-Wide Measures


Traffic / Revenue Passenger Miles (RPM), 4 types of traffic, Yield, Capacity/ Available Seat Miles
(ASM), Unit Cost, Load Factor = Passengers/ Capacity, Average Leg Load Factor, Average Network
Load Factor, Rejected Demand/Spill

Basic Airline Profit Equation = Revenue - Cost


Airline Profit Maximizing Strategies

Air Transportation Markets


Typical Air Passenger Trip, Markets, Opposite, Parallel, City-pair, Region-pair, Direct/ Connecting
Flights, Dichotomy of Demand and Supply

Origin-Destination (O-D) Demand


Factors affecting Volume of O-D Demand, Quality of Service Factors, Total Trip Time Model, O-D
Demand Models, Linear/ Additive D = a bP, Multiplicative D = aPbwhere b<0, EP = Price Elasticity
= % Demand/ % Price, Business Passengers - inelastic, Leisure Passengers - elastic, ET =
Time Elasticity = % Demand/ % Time, Business Passengers - elastic, Leisure Passengers inelastic, Saturation Frequency, 4 Types/ Segments of Air Travel Demand, O-D Market Demand
Function - D = M x Pa x Tb

Airline Competition
Market Share, Frequency Share, Market Share / Frequency Share Model S-curve

PROBLEMS
What do airlines do to maximize revenues, Elastic vs. inelastic airfares, Calculate Market Share,
Calculate Frequency Share, O-D Traffic, O-D Supply, Price Elasticity, Time Elasticity, Average Leg
Load Factor, Average Network Load Factor, Basic Airline Profit, o% Connecting Passengers, o%
Non-Stop Passengers, Identify from Diagram-Point-to-Point vsHubbing Network, Different Markets,
Calculate frequency of service impacts to Total Trip Time Model

REFERENCES:
1.
2.

The Global Airline Industry (Belobaba, Odoni, and Barnhart; 2009) AIAA
Terminal Chaos (Donohue, Shaver; 2008) AIAA

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Aviation Law & Insurance-SYLLABUS

Federal and State Regulatory Functions

Warsaw Convention, 1929

The Aircraft Act, 1934

Rights and Liabilities of Pilots & Operators as per Aircraft Rules - 1937

Chicago Convention on Civil Aviation, 1944

The Air Corporations (Transfer of Undertakings and Repeal ) Act, 1994

The Bermuda Agreement. 1977 (Between U.S.A. & U.K.)

The Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against Safety of Aviation Act, 1982

New Civil Aviation Policy (2003) India

Bilateral & Plurilateral Agreements

GATS in International Air Transport Trade

Open Sky Policies - U.S.A., U.K. & India

Liberalization , Privatization & Globalization in Civil Aviation Industry

General Insurance Principles

Aviation Insurance

Supreme Court of India/Delhi High Court Judgements on Aviation Law .

REFERENCES :
1. Aviation Insurance by Peter J C Viccars, Bertrams, ISBN: 1856095495
2. Aviation and the Law by Gesell, Coast, ISBN: 1890938130
3. Margo: Aviation Insurance by Rod D Margo, , Buttersworth Law, EAN 9780406891013

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Aviation Marketing Management-SYLLABUS

Marketing Scope and Concepts

Strategic Marketing Planning

Marketing Strategy: Segmentation and Targeting

Consumer Buying Behaviour

Product Life Cycle Strategies

Branding and Packaging

Positioning and Differentiation Strategies

Pricing Strategies

Managing Marketing Channels

Management of Logistics and Physical Distribution

Integrated Marketing Communications

Advertising and Sales Promotion

Sales Management

Market Information Systems and Market Research

Service Marketing

Future of Marketing and its Dimensions

REFERENCES :
1. General Aviation Marketing & Management by Alexander T Wells , Bruce D Chadbourne, Kreiger Publishing
Co., ISBN: 1575241927
2. General Aviation Marketing and Management: Operating, Marketing, and Managing an FBO By C Daniel
Prather, Kreiger Publsihing Co.

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Basin Analysis and Reservoir Characterization-Syllabus


Concept of Subsurface Mapping , Single and Multicomponent Map, Geophysical Map, Geochemical Map,
Structural Map, Cross Section: Structural Map, Palaeogeological Map, Environmental and Palaeoslope
Model. Measurement and Significance, Wettability, Capillary Pressure Characteristics, Determination,
Interpretation.
Phase Behavior of Multi Component Hydro Carbon Systems, PVT Behavior of Gases and Mixtures,
Equilibrium Ratios, Reservoir Fluid Sampling.Classification, Volumetric, Material Balance Equation and
Decline Curve Methods, Limitations.
Component of Basin Model, Basin and Crustal Geometry, Porosity- Depth Relation, Palaeobathymetry
and Sea Level Variation, Evolution of Basic Models, Backstripping Techniques, Supracrustal Loading
and Extensional Basin Models, Dynamic Topography, Intraplate Stresses and Basin Inversion: Tectonic
Basin Modeling, Stratigraphic Basin Modeling, Forward and Reverse Modeling, Facies and Reservoir
Modeling, Integrated Basin Analysis.
References:
1. Sedimentology & Stratigraphy. By Gary Nicholes. Blackwell Publishing Company.
2. ISBN 0-632-03578-1.
3. Principles of Sedimentary Basin Analysis, Miall, A.D., Springer Edition
4. Formation Evaluation by Edward J. Lynch. Harper&Row

Publication,N.York

5. Encyclopedia of well logging by R.Desbrandes,Institute Francais Du Petrole.


6. Well Logging by David E. Jhonson & Kathryne E. Pile,Penn Well Publishing Company.

Business Policy & Strategy : SYLLABUS


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Introduction to Strategic Management

Understanding External Environment

Understanding Internal Environment

Establishing Strategic Focus

Corporate Strategy

Business-Level Strategy

Competitive Strategies

Implementing Strategies I: Management

Implementing Strategies II: Organizational Issues

Strategic Evaluation and Control

REFERENCES :
1. Business Policy & Strategic Management by Ravikant Mukherjee, Neha Publishers & Distributors, ISBN
No. 818435181X
2. Business Policy by Luffman, Blackwell Publishing, ISBN No. 0631181954
3. Business Policy & Strategic Management by Dr Pradip K Sinha, Nirali Publishers, ISBN No 9380064039
4. Business Policy by Azhar Kazmi, TATA Mc Graw Hills, ISBN No. 0074602063

Catalyst Design & Application SYLLABUS

Basics of Catalysis

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Types of Catalysis

Role of Catalysis in Petroleum Refining and Petrochemical Industry

Zeolites as Wonderful Catalytic Material and Chronology of their Development

Modifications of Zeolites for Various Applications

Preparations of Catalysts

Designing Specific Catalysts for Refining Processes (General Assembly of Solid Catalysts)

Determination of Physico-chemical Properties of catalysts

General Aspects of Catalyst Testing and Commercialization

Global Refining Catalysts and Catalysis Research in India

REFERENCES :
1. Catalyst Design : Optimal Distribution of Catalyst in Pellets, Reactors, and Membranes by Massimo
Morbidelli , Asterios Gavriilidis , Arvind Varma , Cambridge Univer Press, ISBN No 0521019850
2. Catalyst Design : Progress & Perspectives by Rutherford Aris,

Chemical and Biological Hazards and their control in Industrial


Operations-SYLLABUS

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Industrial processes and hazards potential, mechanical electrical, thermal and process
hazards. Safety and hazards regulations, Industrial hygiene.

Factories Act, 1948 and Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and rules thereof.

Preventive and protective management from fires and explosions.

Hazards identification-toxicity, fire, static electricity, noise and dust concentration;


Material safety data sheet, hazards indices- Dow and Mond indices, hazard operability
(HAZOP) and hazard analysis (HAZAN).

Spill and leakage of liquids, vapors, gases and their mixture from storage tanks and equipment;
Estimation of leakage/spill rate through hole, pipes and vessel burst; Isothermal and
adiabatic flows of gases, spillage and leakage of flashing liquids, pool evaporation and
boiling; Release of toxics and dispersion.

Naturally buoyant and dense gas dispersion models; Effects of momentum and buoyancy;
Mitigation measures for leaks and releases.

Oil, natural gas, chlorine and ammonia storage and transportation hazards.

REFERENCE TEXT BOOKS :


1. Hazardous Chemicals in the Polymer Industry by Nicholas P Cheremisinoff , Cheremisinof ,
Cheremisinoff P Cheremisinoff
2. Hazardous Chemical Safety Guide for the Machining & Metalworking Industries by H Richard P Pohanish
3. Major Hazards and their Management I Chem by GL Wells
4. Crowl D.A. and Louvar J.F., Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications, 2nd Ed.,
Prentice Hall.2001.
5. Mannan S., Lees Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, Vol.I, 3rdEd.,
ButterworthHeinemann.2004.
6. Mannan S., Lees Loss Prevention in the Process Industries,Vol.II,3rd Ed.,
ButterworthHeinemann.2005. 4. Mannan S., Lees Loss Prevention in the Process
Industries,Vol.III,3rdEd., ButterworthHeinemann.2005.

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Combinatorial Chemistry-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Solid Phase Synthesis, Liquid Phase Synthesis, Methods of Parallel and Mixed Combinatorial
Synthesis, Deconvolution and High Throughput 0creening

Organic reactions popular in combinatorial chemistry.

Solution-phase parallel synthesis.

Mixture-based compound libraries. Techniques for extracting information from highly pooled
samples, including iterative deconvolution, positional scanning and bead-based screening.
Methods for bead encoding.

Principles of compound library design. Lipinskis rules and other guidelines for druglike properties.
The concept of privileged scaffolds, illustrated by benzodiazepines and arylindoles.

Natural product and natural product-like libraries. The differences between synthetic compounds
and natural products, and methods for exploiting the latter as a source of molecular diversity.

Case studies of combinatorial chemistry in drug discovery. Examples utilising both solid-phase and
solution-phase synthesis, and involving both pooled and discrete compound libraries.

REFERENCES :
1. Combinatorial Chemistry by Frederic P Miller, Agnes F Vandome , John Mc Brewster
2. Combinatorial Chemistry by W Bannwarth & B Hinzen
3. Exploiting Chemical Diversity for Drug by P A Bartlett & R M Entzeroth

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Competitive Intelligence-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Competitive Intelligence


The Secret of Competitive Intelligence, How do Companies Compete?, Key Intelligence Topics

Sources of Competitive Intelligence


Overview of Sources of Intelligence, Secondary Sources of Intelligence, Intelligence on the
Internet, Primary Sources of Intelligences,

Practice of Competitive Intelligence and Issues


Competitive Intelligence Resources, Verifying Intelligence, Ethical and Legal Aspects of
Competitive Intelligence, Art of Analysis: Turning Information into Intelligence, Dissemination,
Counter-Intelligence, Deception and Misinformation, Competitive Intelligence Practices Around
the World

Case Studies in Competitive Intelligence

REFERENCES :
1. Competitive Intelligence by Frederic P Miller, Agnes F Vandome, John Mc Brewster, Alphascript
Publishishing, Publish Date: 2009-12-31
2. Competitive Intelligence by Chris West, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN No 0333786696

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Computational Fluid Dynamics-SYLLABUS

Fundamental Concepts
Introduction - Basic Equations of Fluid Dynamics - Incompressible In viscid Flows: Source, Vortex and
Doublet Panel, Methods - Lifting Flows over Arbitrary Bodies. Mathematical Properties of Fluid
Dynamics Equations -_ Elliptic, Parabolic and Hyperbolic Equations - Well Posed Problems Discretization of Partial Differential Equations -Transformations and Grids - Explicit Finite difference
methods of Subsonic, Supersonic and Viscous Flows.

Panel Methods
Introduction Source Panel Method Vortex Panel Method Applications.

Discretization
Boundary Layer Equations and Methods of Solution -Implicit Time Dependent Methods for Inviscid and
Viscous Compressible Flows - Concept of Numerical Dissipation --Stability Properties of Explicit and
Implicit Methods - Conservative Upwind Discretization for Hyperbolic Systems - Further advantages of
Upwind Differencing.

Finite Element Techniques


Finite Element Techniques in Computational Fluid Dynamics; Introduction - Strong and Weak
Formulations of a Boundary Value Problem - Strong Formulation - Weighted Residual Formulation Galerkin Formulation - Weak Formulation - Variational Formulation - Piecewise Defined Shape
functions - Implementation of the FEM - The Solution Procedure.

Finite Volume Techniques


Finite Volume Techniques - Cell Centered Formulation - ~ Lax - Vendoroff Time Stepping - Runge Kutta Time Stepping - Multi - stage Time Stepping - Accuracy -. Cell Vertex Formulation - Multistage
Time Stepping - FDM -like Finite Volume Techniques - Central and Up-wind Type Discretizations Treatment of Derivatives.

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REFERENCES :
1. Computational fluid Dynamic: the basic with application .-Tata MCgraw Hill
2. A Introduction to computational fluid dynamic by Versteeg, W Malasekra.- Pearson
3. Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamic by Niyogi. serial publisher
4. Essential computational Fluid Dynamics by Oleg Zikanov.- Wiley
5. J.C. Tannehil, D.A. Anderson, and R.H. Pletcher, Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer ,
2nd Edition,
6. Taylor & Francis, 1997, ISBN 1-56032-046-X.
7. J.H. Fereziger and M. Peric Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, 2001.
8. J.D. Anderson, Jr., Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Basic with Applications, McGraw Hill, Inc.,
1995.

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Control System Engineering-SYLLABUS

Control System Modelling


System Concept, Differential Equations and Transfer Functions. Modelling of Electric Systems,
Translational

and

Rotational

Mechanical

Systems,

Simple

Electromechanical

Systems.

Block Diagram Representation of Systems Block Diagram Reduction Methods Closed Loop Transfer
Function, Determination of Signal Flow Graph. Masons Gain Formula Examples.

Time Domain Analysis


Test Signals Time Response of First Order and Second Order Systems Time Domain Specifications
Types and Order of Systems Generalised Error Co-efficient Steady State Errors- Concepts of
Stability Routh-Hurwitz Stability Root Locus.

Frequency Domain Analysis


Introduction Correlation between Time and Frequency Response Stability Analysis using Bode Plots,
Polar Plots, Nichols Chart and Nyquist Stability Criterion Gain Margin Phase Margin.

Compensators
Realization of Basic Compensators Cascade Compensation in Time Domain and Frequency Domain and
Feedback Compensation Design of Lag, Lead, Lag-Lead Compensator using Bode Plot and Root Locus.
Introduction to P, PI and PID Controllers.

Control System Components and Application of Control Systems


Stepper Motors AC Servo Motor DC Servo Motor Synchros Sensors and Encoders DC tacho
Generator AC Tacho Generator Hydraulic Controller Pneumatic Controller Typical Application of
Control System in Industry.

REFERENCES :
1. Control System Engineering by IJ Nagrath and M Gopal, New Age Intl Pvt Ltd Publishers, ISBN
8122420087
2.Control System Engineering by Norman S Nise, Wiley India, ISBN 8126521538

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Corporate Governance-SYLLABUS

Corporate Governance

Issues, need of corporate governance code, Code of Corporate Practices, Social Responsibility of
Corporates, Corporate Social Reporting, Corporate Governance and the Role of Board (BOD),
Corporate Governance System Worldwide, Corporate Disclosure and Investor Protection in India

Values impact in Business

Indian Value System and Values, Teaching from scriptures and tradition (Geeta, Ramayana, Mahabharata,
Upanishads, Vedas, Bible and Quran)

Ethics impact in Business

Ethical Issues in Capitalism and market systems, Ethics and social responsibility, Ethics and marketing,
Ethics in finance, Ethics and human resource, Ethics and Information Technology. Ethical theories and
approaches, Intellectual property rights like designs, patents, trade marks, copy rights

Corporate Strategy

Global industrial competition, Information Technology, Competitive Strategy, Benchmarking, Total Quality
Management, Brand Building, Promotional Strategies, Corporate Restructuring, Mergers and Acquisitions,
Supply Chain Management, Horizontal Organisation, Diversification, The Indian Scene.
REFERENCES :
1. S.S. Iyer - Managing for Value (New Age International Publishers, 2002)
2. Laura P Hartman Abha Chatterjee - Business Ethics (Tata McGraw Hill, 2007)
3. S.K. Bhatia - Business Ethics and Managerial Values (Deep & Deep Publications Pvt.Ltd, 2000)
4. Velasquez Business Ethics Concepts and Cases (Prentice Hall, 6th Ed.)

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5. Reed Darryl Corporate Governance, Economic Reforms & Development (Oxford).


6. Mathur UC Corporate Governance & Business Ethics (Mc Millan).

Data Mining & Archiving-SYLLABUS

Introduction
Basic Data Mining Tasks, Data Mining Issues, Data Mining Metrics, Data Mining from a Database
Perspective.

Data Mining Techniques


A Statistical Perspective on Data Mining, Similarity Measures, Decision Trees, Networks, Genetic
Algorithms.

Classification
Statistical-Based Algorithms, Distance-Based Algorithms, Decision Tree-Based Algorithms, Neural
Network-Based Algorithms, Rule-Based Algorithms, Combining Techniques.

Clustering
Similarity and Distance Measures, Hierarchical Algorithms, Partitional Algorithms, Clustering
Large Databases, Clustering with Categorical Attributes.

Association Rules
Basic Algorithms, Parallel and Distributed Algorithms, Incremental Rules, Advanced Association
Rule Techniques, Measuring the Quality of Rules.

Advanced Techniques
Web Mining, Spatial Mining, Temporal Mining.

REFERENCES:
1. M. H. Dunham. Data Mining: Introductory and Advanced Topics. Pearson Education. 2001.
2. J. Han and M. Kamber. Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques. Morgan Kaufman. 2001.
3. H. Witten and E. Frank. Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques. Morgan
Kaufmann. 2000.
4. D. Hand, H. Mannila and P. Smyth. Principles of Data Mining.Prentice-Hall. 2001.

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Database Warehousing & Data Mining-SYLLABUS

Introduction and Data Warehousing


Introduction, Data Warehouse, Multidimensional Data Model, Data Warehouse Architecture,
Implementation, Further Development, Data Warehousing to Data Mining

Data Preprocessing, Language, Architectures, Concept Description


Why Preprocessing, Cleaning, Integration, Transformation, Reduction, Discretization, Concept
Hierarchy Generation, Data Mining Primitives, Query Language, Graphical User Interfaces,
Architectures, Concept Description, Data Generalization, Characterizations, Class Comparisons,
Descriptive Statistical Measures.

Association Rules
Association Rule Mining, Single-Dimensional Boolean Association Rules from Transactional
Databases, Multi-Level Association Rules from Transaction Databases

Classification and Clustering


Classification and Prediction, Issues, Decision Tree Induction, Bayesian Classification, Association
Rule Based, Other Classification Methods, Prediction, Classifier Accuracy, Cluster Analysis, Types
of data, Categorisation of methods, Partitioning methods, Outlier Analysis.

Data Design and Data Representation

Information Access and Delivery

Data Mining Algorithms

Data Mining Primitives

Advanced Topics
Spatial Mining, Temporal Mining, Visualization : Data Generalization and Summarization-Based

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Characterization, Analytical Characterization: Analysis of Attribute Relevance, Mining Class


Comparisons: Discriminating between different Classes, Mining Descriptive Statistical Measures in
Large Databases

RECENT TRENDS
Multidimensional Analysis and Descriptive Mining of Complex Data Objects, Spatial Databases,
Multimedia Databases, Time Series and Sequence Data, Text Databases, World Wide Web,
Applications and Trends in Data Mining

REFERENCES :

1. J. Han, M. Kamber, Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques, Harcourt India / Morgan Kauffman, 2001.
2. Margaret H.Dunham, Data Mining: Introductory and Advanced Topics, Pearson Education 2004.
3. Sam Anahory, Dennis Murry, Data Warehousing in the real world, Pearson Education 2003.
4. David Hand, Heikki Manila, Padhraic Symth, Principles of Data Mining, PHI 2004.
5. W.H.Inmon, Building the Data Warehouse, 3rd Edition, Wiley, 2003.
6. Alex Bezon, Stephen J.Smith, Data Warehousing, Data Mining & OLAP, MeGraw-Hill Edition, 2001.
7. Paulraj Ponniah, Data Warehousing Fundamentals, Wiley-Interscience Publication, 2003.

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Database Management System & Data Modelling-SYLLABUS

Introduction and Conceptual Modeling


Introduction to File and Database systems- Database system structure Data Models Introduction
to Network and Hierarchical Models ER model Relational Model Relational Algebra and
Calculus.

Relational Model
SQL Data definition- Queries in SQL- Updates- Views Integrity and Security Relational
Database design Functional dependences and Normalization for Relational Databases (up to
BCNF). Conceptual Foundation of the DBMS, Conceptual Foundation of the Relational Model,
Data Modeling Technique, Relational Mapping and Normalization, Relational Algebra review and
SQL, DB-2 Architecture

Data Storage and Query Processing


Record storage and Primary file organization- Secondary storage Devices- Operations on FilesHeap File- Sorted Files- Hashing Technique.

Query Processing and Optimization

Transaction Management
Transaction Processing Introduction- Need for Concurrency control- Desirable properties of
Transaction- Schedule and Recoverability- Serializability and Schedules Concurrency Control
Types of Locks- Two Phases locking- Deadlock- Time stamp based concurrency control Recovery
Techniques Concepts- Immediate Update- Deferred Update - Shadow Paging.

DATA MODELING USING THE ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP APPROACH


Top Down Approach: ERD Diagrams,Concept of Data Association, Entities, Attributes, Relationship
Types, relationship sets,Roles and Structural constraint, and working with SQL, Designing ER
Diagrams, naming convention and Design issue

Current Trends
Object Oriented Databases Need for Complex Data types- OO data Model- Nested relationsComplex Types- Inheritance Reference Types - Distributed databases- Homogenous and

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Heterogenous- Distributed data Storage XML Structure of XML- Data- XML Document- SchemaQuerying and Transformation. Data Mining and Data Warehousing.

REFERENCES :
1. Abraham Silberschatz, Henry F. Korth and S. Sudarshan- Database System Concepts, Fourth Edition,
McGraw-Hill, 2002.
2. Raghu Ramakrishnan, Database Management System , Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, 2003.
3. Hector GarciaMolina, Jeffrey D.Ullman and Jennifer Widom- Database System ImplementationPearson Education- 2000.
4. Peter Rob and Corlos Coronel- Database System, Design, Implementation and Management, Thompson
Learning Course Technology- Fifth edition, 2003.

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Database Management Systems-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Data, Information and Information Processing, Secondary (Auxiliary) Storage Devices, Files, File
Organization and File Structures, Indexing and Hashing, Introduction to Database Management Systems
(DBMS), Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and Database Development Life Cycle (DDLC),
Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS)

Database Architecture, Design and Data Modelling

Database Architecture and Data Modeling, Entity-Relationship (E-R) Modeling, Enhanced EntityRelationship (EER) Model, Data Normalization, Function Dependencies & Normalization for relational
Databases: Functional Dependencies, Normal Forms based on Primary Keys, (1NF, 2NF, 3NF & BCNF),
Lossless Join and Dependency Preserving Decomposition (4NF, 5NF), Domain Key Normal Form.

Query Languages

Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus, (Tables), Introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL),
Tables, Views and Indexes, Nulls, Queries and Subqueries, Aggregate Functions, Insert, Update and Delete
Operations, Cursors, Joins and Unions, Programming with SQL, Query-by-Example (QBE), QUEL, Triggers,
Query Processing and Optimization

Database Implementation Issues

Database Security, Data Integrity, Transaction Management and Concurrency Control, Backup and
Recovery

Database Technologies

Evolution of Computing Models, Client/Server Technology and Client/Server Databases, Distributed


Databases, Multidimensional Data and Databases, Parallel Processing and Parallel Databases, Spatial and
Multimedia Databases, Mobile Computing and Mobile Databases, Web Databases

Database Applications

Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD), Data Warehouses and Data Marts,Data Mining, On-Line
Transaction Processing (OLTP), On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP), Customer Relationship Management
(CRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Geographic Information System (GIS)
REFERENCES :
1.

Database Management Systems by Alex leon and Mathews Leon

2.

Database Management Systems by Gupta, TATA Mc Graw Hill, ISBN 007107273X

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Design of Concrete Structures-SYLLABUS

Ultimate Load Analysis of Concrete Structures.


Stress strain characteristics of concrete and reinforcing steel, review of elastic theory and
ultimate strength theory, Whitneys rectangular stress block, analysis and design of singly and
doubly reinforced rectangular and T sections. Introduction to the concept of limit design. Moment
curvature relationship of reinforced concrete sections, rotation capacity of sections, ultimate load
analysis by Cambridge and Bakers method. Application to continuous beams and simple
rectangular portal frames, Yield line analysis of slabs virtual work and equilibrium method.
Application to orthotropically reinforced rectangular slabs with various boundary conditions under
uniformly distributed loads.

Reinforced concrete design by Limit State Method


Review of limit state method as per IS Code-456-2000. Limit state of collapse in flexure, Direct
compression, Compression with bending, shear & torsion, Limit state of serviceability for
deflection and cracking, application to beam slab system of typical residential, office, industrial

Large span roofs


Folded plates roofs- Whitneys Method, Simpsons method and design based on IS Codes, Circular
cylindrical shell roofs beam theory of cylindrical shells, Single and multiple bays with various edge
conditions.

Silos and Bunkers


Lateral pressures as per Janssens and Airys theories, Design consideration for square, rectangular
and circular shapes, Design of Hopper and Supporting structures using WSM

Special Foundation
Design of Strip footing, Raft foundation, Pile foundation including pile cap.

REFERENCES :
1. V. Ramakrishnan and P.D.Arthur, Ultimate Strength design for structural concrete, Wheeler
Publishing Co.
2. Karve S.R. and Shah V.C, Design of reinforced cement concrete structures using Limit State
Approach, Structures Publishers.
3. G.S Ramaswamy, Design and construction of concrete shell roofs, McGraw Book Co.
4. Jain O.P and Jaikrishna, Plain and reinforced concrete, Vol-II, Nemchand and Bros.
5. Ramamrutham S. Design of reinforced Concrete Structures. DhanpatRai and Sons.
6. P. C. Vargis, Design of Reinforced concrete shells and folded Plates.PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
7. P. C. Varghese, Design of Reinforced concrete Foundation. PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

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8. P. C. Varghese, Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.


9. Ramachandra, Design of Concrete Structures Vol. I & II.Standard Book House.

Drilling Technology-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Power Plants

Rotary System

Hoisting Equipment

Drilling Fluid Circulating System

Drilling Fluids

Well Control System

Casings

Oil well Cements & Cementing Operations

Hydraulics in Drilling Operations

Drilling Practices

Fishing Tools and Practices

Safety and Environmental Issues

REFERENCES :
1. Drilling Technology in Non Technical Language by Deverox & Steve, Pennwell, ISBN 1593702647
2. High Technology in Drilling and Exploration by Chugh, Oxford IBH, ISBN 8120407121

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Economics and Management Decisions- Syllabus

Introduction to Managerial Economics: Definition, Nature and Scope of Managerial


Economics, Application of Economics to Business Decision, Relationship of Economics with
various areas of Management and OR; role of managerial economist.
Demand and Supply Functions Theory of Demand: Demand Analysis, Elasticity of demand,
types and significance of Elasticity of Demand. Demand estimation Marketing research
approaches to demand estimation. Need for forecasting, forecasting techniques. Supply
Analysis Supply function, the Law of Supply, Elasticity of Supply. Practical Problems on
Demand curve and Demand Function
Production & Cost Analysis - Production & Production Function: Concept, Forms of
production function, Law of variable Proportions, Returns to scale. Cost concept, Short
term and long term cost. Average cost curves, cost output relationship, Cost curves,
Economies & Diseconomies of scale. Practical Problems on estimation of production
function Cobb-Douglas production function.
Market Structure and Pricing practices: Features and Types of different competitive
situations - Price-Output determination in Perfect competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic
competition and Oligopoly both the long run and short run. Pricing philosophy Pricing
methods in practice: Price discrimination, Practical Problems on pricing.
National Income: basic concept-measurement of national income concept of GDP & GNP
Methods of measuring national income-net output method, income determination
theorem, concept of equilibrium income, factors determining level of income factor
income method, expenditure method; Practical Problems on computation of national
income. Concept of multiplier accelerator.
Business cycles & Stabilization - Concept, Causes & Impact of business cycle , Policy;
Inflation & deflation- types, causes, effects remedial measures; Monetary and Fiscal policymeaning, scope and instruments; Factors determining economic environment of business.

References:
1. Managerial Economics, P. L. Mehta, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi
2. Managerial Economics, D.N.Dwidevi, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
3. Managerial economics in a Global economy, Dominick Salvatore, Thomson learning Press

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E-Enterprise Management-SYLLABUS

Knowledge Management

Enterprise Resource Planning

Data Mining and Warehousing

CRM

Supply Chain Management

E-Business

Intranet Portals

REFERENCES :
1. E-Enterprise Business Models, Architecture and Components by Faisal Hoque, Tom Trainer, Dale Kutnik,
Cambridge Univ Press, ISBN 052177487X
2. E-Enterprise perspectives in contemporary web speed economy by Jaya Krishna S, ICFAI, ISBN
8131403343

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Embedded Systems-SYLLABUS

HARDWARE FUNDAMENTALS
Gates, timing diagram, memory, microprocessor, buses, DMA. Interrupts: Microprocessor
architecture, interrupts basics, Interrupt latency, shared data problem. System partitioning,
building the architectural model, Input and output processing, Hardware and software portioning,
timing requirement. Microprocessor selection, Microprocessor versus micro-control analysis CISC
versus RISC study of major embedded Microprocessor architecture memory system design. system
optimization architecture for embedded software:- round robin, found robin with interrupts.
Function queue scheduling and real time operating system.

REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM


Tasks and task states, Task and data, Semaphores and shared data operating system service: Inter
task communication, timer service,memeory management, events and interaction between
interrupt routines and real time operating system, software selection issues,selection an RTOS,
RTOS performance metrice, RTOS scalability and tool support compiler selection.

EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN USING REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM


Encapsulating semaphores and queues.hard real time scheduling consideration saving memory
space.

DEVELOPMENT TOOLS AND DEBUGGING


Hosh and target machines. Linker/location. Target system tasting. Instruction set. Asset macro.
Establishing a software development environment C runtime environment embedded debuggers
Cross- development methods embedded file formats . readers creating object files- the build
process loading software on to remote targets.

REFERENCES :

1. Specification & Design of Embedded Systems by Daniel D Gajski, Jie Gong, Frank Vahid
1. Wayne Wolf, Computers as Components: Principles of Embedded Computer System Design, Elsevier,
2006.
2. Michael J. Pont, Embedded C, Pearson Education , 2007.
3. Steve Heath, Embedded System Design, Elsevier, 2005.
4. Muhammed Ali Mazidi, Janice Gillispie Mazidi and Rolin D. McKinlay, The 8051 Microcontroller and
Embedded Systems, Pearson Education, Second edition, 2007.

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Energy Conservation & Energy Auditing-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Strategic Management

Energy Audit Process

Understanding Energy Bills

Economic Analysis and Life Cycle Costing

Insulation

Process Energy Management


Steam Generation and Distribution
REFERENCES :
1. Energy Audit by YP Abbi, ISBN 8179933113
2. Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation by V Kirubakaran, APH Publisher, ISBN 8131313107

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Energy Law & Policy (Oil & Gas Policy)-SYLLABUS

Energy Security for India

Bureau of Energy Efficiency (Extracts from Energy Conservation Act, 2001)

The Energy Conservation Act, 2001

Japan Energy Policy

USA Energy Policy

Europe's Energy Policy

Generation of Electricity (Extracts from Electricity Act 2003, Part-III)

Transmission of Electricity (Extracts from Electricity Act 2003, Part-V)

Distribution of Electricity (Extracts from Electricity Act 2003, Part-VI)

Central Electricity Authority (Extracts from Electricity Act 2003, Part-IX)

Regulatory Commissions (Extracts from Electricity Act 2003, Part-X)

Electricity Act, 2003 (No 36 of 2003) [26th May, 2003]

Overview of Laws Governing Contracts, Sale of Goods, Environmental Issues and Companies Law

Twenty Judgments of Supreme Court of India and High Courts on Different Aspects of Electricity
Act, 2003
REFERENCES :
1. Energy Law and Policy by Dr Parag Diwan, Pentagon Press, ISBN 8182743494
2. Energy Law & Policy for 21st Century by Jr Hicky James, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law
Foundation, ISBN 0929047877

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Energy Scenario & Energy Forms-SYLLABUS

Indian & World Energy Scenario


World energy use, reserves of energy resources, energy cycle of the earth, environmental aspects
of energy utilization, renewable energy resources and their importance

Types of Energy
Primary & Secondary energy, commercial & non-commercial energy, non-renewable & renewable
energy, primary energy resources, commercial energy production, energy conservation and its
importance.

Energy Economy
Final energy consumption, Energy needs of growing economy, Long term energy scenario, Energy
pricing, energy sector reforms, energy security, energy strategy for future.

Energy Conservation Act, its features and related policies


Features of the Energy Conservation Act 2001 & the Energy Conservation (Amendment) act, 2010,
schemes under ECT-2001, integrated energy policy, NAPCC.

Energy & Environment


Air pollution, climate change and its impacts, Global Environmental issues, Loss of biodiversity,
sustainable development.

REFERENCES :
1. Non Conventional Energy Sources by GD Rai, Khanna Publishers
2. Renewable Energy Sources by Andrew Solway, Raintree Publishers
3. Renewable Energy Sources by John Rwidel, Taylor Francis Publishers

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Environmental Law SYLLABUS

Introduction
Concept and Dimensions of Environment; Enormity of Environmental degradation and its causes;
environmental concern in the Traditional knowledge system of India; Environmental concern in
Modern India, post-independence Policy Framework.

Constitution and the Environment


Dimensions of the right to pollution free environment under Article 21 of the Constitution of India;
Specific Constitutional provisions to ensure Pollution free Environment; Judicial activism and
environment protection

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974


Application of the Act, Definitions. Constitution of Central, State and joint boards; power and
functions of the board; qualifications and disqualification of the members; prevention and control
of water pollution and procedure thereof; powers to give direction; funds, accounts and audit,
penalties and procedure and Miscellaneous provisions.

The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981


Application of the Act, Definitions. Constitution of Central, State and joint boards; power and
functions of the board; qualifications and disqualification of the members; prevention and control
of water pollution and procedure thereof; powers to give direction; funds, accounts and audit,
penalties and procedure and Miscellaneous provisions.

Environment (Protection) Act, 1986


Application of the Act, Definitions; General powers of the Central Government including the
powers to give directions; prevention and control of Environmental Pollution and procedure
thereof; penalties and procedure and Miscellaneous.

Leading Cases :
1. M.C. Mehta v. Union of India, AIR 1987 SC 965.
2. M.C. Mehta v. Union of India, AIR 1988 SC 1115.

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3. Municipal Council of Ratlam v. Vardichand AIR 1980 SC 1622.


4. Vallore Citizen Forum v. Union of India.
5. Tarun Bharat Singh v. Union of India, AIR 1992 SC 514.
REFERENCES :
1. Thorough reading of the following statutes :
a. Environmental Protection Act, 1986.
b. Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution)Act, 1981.
c. Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.
d. Rajasthan Noises Control Act, 1963.
2. Armin Resencranz, Shyam Devan and Martha L. Noble : Environmental Law and Policy in India.
3. Justice Krishna Aiyer : Environmental Pollution and Law.
4. Dr. SB Verma: Environmental Law, Pollution and Management.
5. Suresh Jain and Vimla Jain : Environmental Law of India.
6. Kailash Thakur ; Environmental Protection, Law and Policy in India (Deep and Deep Publications, New
Delhi)
7. Citizen Reporrt, Pub. by Centre for Sc & Environment, Delhi.

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Environmental Management of Hydrocarbon-SYLLABUS

Environmental Science & Engineering

Current Environmental Standards

Environmental Policy, Monitoring and Reporting

Concept of Sustainable Development

Methods for Pollution Monitoring

Environmental Management Systems

Voc's Organic Gases

Noise Pollution and Control

Water Pollution

Soil Pollution and Remediation

Air Pollution

Hazardous Waste Management

Environmental Impact Assessment and Management Plan

Environmental Measurement and Control

Pollution Control in Process Industries

REFERENCES :
1. Environmental Management Handbook for Hydrocarbon processing Industries by James D Wall, Gulf
Publishing Co, ISBN 0872012654
2. Environmental Engineering & management PB, SK Katria & Sons, ISBN 8185749450

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FDI in Infrastructure-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Foreign Direct Investment-The Engine Behind the Private Infrastructure Revolution

The Complex Nature of Greenfield Investments in Infrastructure : Incentives & Risks


The Contractual Web of a BOT-Type Project, Governments: Balancing Domestic Interests and
Multiple Objectives, Sponsors: Creating a Viable Project Structure, Commercial Lenders - The
Market Test of Bankability

Lots of Things can go Wrong


Conflicting Opinions Within Government, Insufficient Coordination, Insufficient Expertise, Direct
Negotiations versus Competitive Tenders, Unclear Tendering, Rules, Political Interference, Unclear
Market Entry Conditions , Lack of an Adequate Legal Framework, Difficulties During Operation,
Social Concerns After the Fact, Political Commitment of Successor Governments

Handling theRisks
The Role of Government Support Arrangements , The Importance of Overall Sectoral Liberalization

Designing an Effective Policy Framework


The Usefulness of an Institutional Support Structure, Designing an Overarching Legal Framework,
Regulating Private Infrastructure: Minimizing Risk and Abuse, The Endresult: Expensive Potentials
or Investment Booms

The Impact of the East Asian Financial Crisis


REFERENCES :
1. Infrastructure: rebuilding, Repairing and Restructure by Jason R. Baren.- Nova Science
Publisher
2. Foreign Investment in India by Nitin Basin.- New Century Publication
3. Infrastructure Development and Indian economy by L. N. dash.- Oxford university Press by R.
Majumder
4. Reforming Infrastructure : Privatization, Regulation and Competition by Ioannis Kessides.oxford university
5. Attracting FDI into Infrastructure, Frank Sader

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Financial Management-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Financial Management

Time Value of Money

Sources of Finance

Concept of Economic Value Added

Risk and Return Analysis

Cost of Capital

Capital Structure and Theories

Concept of Leverages

Fundamentals of Capital Budgeting

Capital Rationing and Risk Factors in Capital Budgeting

Working Capital Management & Financing

Receivable Management

Inventory Management
Cash Management

Management of Surplus & Dividend Policy

REFERENCES :
1. Financial Management by Agarwal NP Mishra, Ramesh Book Depot, EAN 9788181423757
2. Financial Management by Vrinda Publications, EAN 9788182811218
3. Financial Management by C Correia, Juta Academic, ISBN 0702171573

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Financing Energy Sector Project-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Return Concepts

Introduction to Project Appraisal

Financial Analysis

Concept of Business Entity

Procurement of Funds

Risk Management

Incentive for Non-conventional Projects

Financing Non-conventional Power Projects

IREDA and its Role

Project Economics and Viability

Electricity Sector in India

Case Studies

REFERENCES :
1. Financing of Energy Sector in Developing Countries, Pradeep Chaturvedi, Concept Publisher, ISBN
817022747X
2. Financing Energy Projects in Developing Countries by Hossein Razavi, Pennwell Books, ISBN 1593701241
3. Financing Energy Projects Albert Thumman & Fred Wainwright, Fairmount P, ISBN 0881732729

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Flight Dynamic Principles-SYLLABUS

Systems of axes and notation

Static equilibrium and trim

The equations of motion

The solution of the equations of motion

Longitudinal dynamics

Lateraldirectional dynamics

Maneuverability

Stability

Flying and handling qualities

Stability augmentation

Aerodynamic modelling

Aerodynamic stability and control derivatives

Coursework Studies

REFERENCES :
1.Flight Dynamics Principles by M V Cook, Elsevier Publications, ISBN 8131223353
2. Flight Dynamics by Stengel, Overseas, ISBN 8189938282

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Flight Stability & Control-SYLLABUS

The Standard Atmosphere and Airflow


Standard Atmosphere, relation between Geopotential and Geometric Altitudes, Pressure, Temperature
and Density Altitudes. Relation for Stratosphere and Troposphere. Stability of Atmosphere, AeroThermodynamics. Measurement of Air-speed: True Airspeed, Indicated Airspeed and Equivalent
Airspeed, Airspeed Indicator.

Aerodynamic Drag
Cause of Drag, it's effects, Types of Drag and affecting factors. Drag Polar, Compressibility Drag,
Design for Minimum Drag, Estimation of Drag of Complete Airplane, Terminal Velocity.

Aerodynamic Characteristics
Force and Moments Coefficients from Dimensional Analysis. Pressure Distribution over 2D Airfoil,
Variation with Angle of Attack, Center of Pressure, Aerodynamic Center, Problems connected with
Them. Lift, Drag and Moment Coefficients; Relations between Lift and Drag. Estimation of these
characteristics from Measured Pressure Distributions, Variation of Aerodynamic Coefficients with
Reynold's Number and Mach number. Effect of Span, Aspect Ratio, Plan Form, Sweep, Taper and Twist
on Aerodynamic characteristics of a Lifting Surface. Delta Wing Aerodynamics.

High Lift Systems


Airfoil's Maximum Lift Coefficient, Leading and Trailing Edge Devices, Effect of Sweep Back. The deep
stall. Effect of Re, Propulsive lift, V/STOL Configurations.

Airplane Performance in Steady Flight


Straight and Level Flight, Stalling Speed; Variation of Drag with Flight. Speed conditions for Minimum
Drag, Minimum Power Conditions; Power at other Speeds. Gliding Flight, Shallow and Steep Angles of
Glide; Sinking Speed, Minimum Sinking Speed, Time of Descent. Climbing Flight at Shallow Angles,
Correction for Steep Angles, Time to Flight, Maximum Rate of Climb.

Airplane Performance in Accelerated Flight


Take-off and Landing, Calculations of Take-off Ground Run, Take off Distances. Minimum Ground Run,
Assisted Take-off, Calculation of Landing Ground Run. Range and Endurance and Problems connected
with them.

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Maneuvers
Introductory Comments on Spins and Stalls; Turning Flight, Maneuvers in 3D space

Stick Fixed Static Longitudinal Stability


Introduction to Stability of Airplane, Stick Fixed Longitudinal Stability, Effect of Power, Neutral Point,
Centre of Gravity Limits. In Flight Measurement of Stick Fixed Neutral Point.

Control Surfaces and Aerodynamic Balancing


Control Surface Hinge Moments, Floating and Restoring Tendencies, different types of Tabs used on
Airplanes. Frise Aileron, Spoler Controls.

Stick Free Static Longitudinal Stability


Effect of Free Elevator on Airplane stability, Elevator Control Force, Stick Force Gradients, Neutral
Point, Controls Free Center of Gravity Limit. In Flight Measurement of Stick Free Neutral Point.

Maneuvering Flight
Effect of Acceleration on Airplane Balancing, Elevator Angle per g, and Stick Force per g, Maneuver
Margins

Directional Stability and Controls


Assymetric Flight, Eather Cock Stability, contribution of different parts of Airplane, Rudder Fixed and
Rudder Free Static Directional Stability, Rudder Lock.

Lateral Stability and Control


Dihedral Effect. Contribution of different. Parts of Airplane Controls in Roll, Aileron Control Power,
Cross coupling of Lateral and Directional Effects.

Dynamic Stability
Longitudinal Dynamic Stability: Simple Analysis of Short Period and Phugoid Modes, Stick-Fixed
and Stick-Free. Lateral and Directional Dynamic Stability: Simple Analysis of Roll Subsdience Spiral
Mode and Dutch Roll.

REFERENCES :
1. Flight Stability and Control, Robert C. Nelson, 1998
2 Performance, Stability, Dynamics and Control of Airplanes, Bandu N. Pamadi, 2004
3 Aircraft Control and Simulation, Brian L.Stevens, Frank L. Lewis, 2003, Second Edition,

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4 Automatic Flight Control Systems, Donald McLean, 1990, ISBN : 0-13-054008-0


5 Engineering Analysis of Flight Vehicles, Holt Ashley
6 Dynamics of Flight - Stability and Control, Bernard Etkin, Lloyd Du Reid
7 Introduction to Avionics, R. P. G. Collinson
8 Automatic Flight Control, E. H. J. Fallett, Shawn Coyle
9 Automatic Control of Aircraft and Missiles, John H. Blakelock
10 Airplane Stability and Control, Malcolm J. Abzug, E. Eugene Larrabee

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Fluid Mechanics-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Review of Thermodynamics

Review of Mechanics

Fluids Statics

The Control Volume and Mass Conservation

Momentum Conservation for Momentum Conservation

MultiPhase Flow

REFERENCES :

1. Fluid Mechanics by Ira M Cohen & Pijush K Kundu, Academic Press, ISBN 0080470238-BEPDF
2. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines by Som SK, TATA Mc Graw Hills, ISBN 0070667624

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Fluidization-SYLLABUS

Review of flow around immersed solids - forces on single particles., Review of sedimentation Richardson-Zaki equation., Review of packed beds and Ergun equation, Classification of solid
particles and powders - relevant properties and measurements, Minimum fluidization velocity measurement, prediction and correlations., Regimes of fluidization - Homogenous fluidized bed
models, Stability of homogeneous fluidization - qualitative and quantitative, Kinematic and
dynamic wave propagation, Bubbling bed (heterogeneous fluidized bed) models, Davidson model
for bubble in a fluidized bed, and its implications, Turbulent and fast fluidization, Entrainment
and Elutriation, Slugging, Spouted beds, Dilute and dense phase transport - Circulating Fluidized
Beds, Heat and mass transfer in fluidized systems, Modern simulation techniques - CFD models,
Modern experimental techniques - flow visualization and quantitative measurements, Three-phase
fluidization

Mechanics of Flow Around Single Particles


Review of flow around immersed solids forces on single particles, Review of packed beds and
Ergun equation

Mechanics of Homogenous Fluidization


Mathematical model of a homogeneous fluidized bed, Minimum fluidization velocity measurement, prediction and correlations, Stability of homogeneous fluidization - qualitative and
quantitative - wave propagation

Heterogenous Fluidization
Geldart classficiation and fluidization regimes, Bubbling bed (heterogeneous fluidized bed)
models, Davidson model for bubble in a fluidized bed, and its implications, Turbulent and fast
fluidization - mechanics, flow regimes and design equations

Beyond Batch Fluidization Beds


Entrainment and Elutriation, Slugging, Spouted Beds, Dilute and dense phase transport Circulating Fluidized Beds

Transport Effects in Fluidised Systems


Heat and mass transfer in fluidized systems, Mixing in fluidized systems - measurements and
models, Reactor Models

Fluidization and mapping of Regimes

REFERENCES :
1. Rhodes, M., Introduction to Particle Technology, 2nd Ed., Wiley (2008)
2. Gibilaro, L. G., Fluidization - Dynamics, Butterworth - Heinemann (2001)
3. Fluidization Engineering by Kunni and Octave Levenspiel, Butterworth-Heinemann, ISBN
0409902330

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Fuels & Combustion-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Fuels, Thermal Energy Contents of Fuel

Coal, Oil And Gas


Properties, Production, Handling, Processing, Storage, Transportation, Analysis.

Stoichometry
Stoichiometry relations; Estimation of air required for complete combustion; Estimation of
minimum

amount of air required for a fuel of known composition; Estimation of dry flue

gases for known fuel composition; Calculation of the composition of fuel & excess air supplied,
from exhaust gas analysis; Dew point of products; Flue gas analysis (O 2, CO2, CO, NOx, SOx).

Combustion System
Principle of combustion, combustion of coal, oil and gas, optimizing excess air & combustion,
combustion devices & Efficiency, combustion contrl, draft systems.

Wood Gasifier
Construction, Operation & Efficiency.

LNG
Production, Storage & Utilization

REFERENCES :
1. Fuel & Combustion by Samir Sarkar, Universal Press
2. Fuels, its combustion and Economy by Daniel Clark, Nabu Press, ISBN 1144583888

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Fuels & Lubrication-SYLLABUS

Fuels and Combustion


Characteristics Classification-Handling and Storage -Flash and Fire Points.-Calorific ValueDetermination of CV by Bomb Calorimeter-Proximate and Ultimate Analysis

Solid Fuels
Composition ,Properties and Uses of-Wood-Peat-Lignite-Bituminous-Anthracite Coal

Liquid Fuels
Petroleum Refining-Characteristics-Applications of Petroleum Products-Advantages over Solid
Fuels

Gaseous
Preparation, Properties, Composition and Uses of Coal Gas-Producer Gas-Water Gas-Bio Gas-Natural Gas-Acetylene

Nuclear Fuels
Nuclear Fuels and Applications

Lubricants
Principles of Lubrication-Fluid Flim-Boundary-Extreme Pressure-Characteristics- Viscosity-OilinessAcid value-Emulsification-Flash Point and Fire Point

Lubricant Technology
Base Oil, Blending,, Types of Lubricants, Additives

REFERENCES :
1. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FUELS AND LUBRICANTS by Basu,Published by Tata MacGraw Hill
2. Hand Book of Lubricants, Greases & Petrochemicals Technology Published by Engineering India Research
3. Lubrication And Reliability Handbook by By M J Nealj, published by butterworth

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Fundamentals of Aviation Operations-SYLLABUS

The airport operational system

Airport peeks and airline rescheduling

Airport noise control

Airport operating characteristics

Operational readiness

Ground control

Baggage handling

Passenger terminal operations

Airport security

Cargo operations

Airport technical services

Airport aircraft emergencies

Airport access

Operational administration and performance

REFERENCES :
1. AVIATION Management - Global and National Perspectives , Ratandeep Singh
2. Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control, by Nolan

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Fundamentals of Nano Technologies-SYLLABUS

Scientific Revolutions
Types of Nanotechnology and Nanomachines, the Periodic table, Atomic Structure, Molecules and
phases, Energy, Molecular and atomic size, Surfaces and dimensional space, top down and bottom
up.

Forces between atoms and molecules


Particles and grain boundaries , strong Intermolecular forces , Electrostatic and
Vander Waals forces between surfaces , similarities and differences between
intermolecular and inter particle forces , covalent and coulomb interactions, interaction
polar molecules, Thermodynamics of self assembly.

Opportunity at the nano scale -length and time scale in structures


energy landscapes , Inter dynamic aspects of inter molecular forces, Evolution of band
structure and Fermi surface.

Quantum dots
Nano wires, Nano tubes , 2D and 3D films , Nano and mesopores, micelles, bilayer,
vesicles bionanomachines, biological membranes.

Influence of Nano structuring on Mechanical, optical, electronic, magnetic and


chemical properties
gram size effects onstrength of metals optical properties of quantum dots and
quantum wires -electronic transport in qua ntum wires and carbon nano tubes, magnetic
behavior of single domain particles and nanostructures, surface chemistry of Tailored monolayer
,self assembling.

Applications of Nano Technology


Semi Conductor Quantum Wells (QWS), Producing Hydrogen with Sun Light, Quantum Laser
Generation, Solar Cells and CNT.

Legal Political and Ethical Implications of Nano Technology

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National and International aspects of Nano Technology, Environmental implications of Nano


Technology, Beyond risk assessment, Science Ethics and Destractions.

REFERENCES:
1. Dr. Parag Diwan: Handbook of Nanotechnology. Pentagon press.
2. Mick Wilson, Kamali Kannangara, Nanotechnology: Basic Science and Emerging
Technologies, Geoff smithoverseas press, 2005.
3. Charles P.Poole.Frank J.Owens, Introduction to Nanotechnology,
Wiley Interscience, 2003.

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Generation, Transmission & Distribution-SYLLABUS

Introduction
General concepts of Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Utilization; Structure of Power
System.

Power Generation, Load & Load Curves


Types of power plants: Thermal, Gas Turbine, Hydro and nuclear power plants. Types of loads;
Load Prediction; Load curves & Load-duration curves and their significance; Terms & Factors
Maximum Demand, Diversity Factor, Load Factor, Plant Capacity Factor, Plant Use Factor etc.;
Base Load & Peak Load Power Plants.

Choice of Generation, Tariffs and Power Factor Improvement


Cost of generation Fixed costs, Variable Costs, Effect of load factor on Cost/kWh, Depreciation
of plant, Methods of determining depreciation; Tariffs Definition, Objectives, Types, Tariffs for
domestic, commercial, agricultural and industrial applications; Power Factor Improvement
Causes & Effects of low power factor, Advantages and Methods of improving power factor,
Economics of power factor improvement.

Transmission And Distribution Systems


DC 2-wire and 3-wire systems; AC single phase, three phase and 4-wire systems; Comparison of
copper efficiency. Distribution Systems: Primary and Secondary distribution systems, Voltage drop
and Power loss calculations, Voltage regulators.

REFERENCES :
1. Transmission And Distribution By U.A.Bakshi, M.V.Bakshi, Technical Publications, ISBN 81843252
2. Transmission & Distribution by SN Singh, PHI, ISBN 8120335600
3. Electric Power Distribution by AS Pable, TMH

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Geographical Information Systems-SYLLABUS

Theory of GIS supported by extensive practical exercises

Geographic information and spatial data types

Hardware and software; GIS; Steps of spatial data handling

Database management systems

Spatial referencing

Data quality, measures of location errors on maps

Satellite-based positioning

Spatial data input, data preparation

Point data transformation

Analytical GIS capabilities; retrieval and classification; overlay functions

Neighborhood operations; network analysis; error propagation

Data visualization
REFERENCES :
1. Principlae Geographical Information System by Burrough.- Oxford University
2. Geographical Information System by Anil K. Jamwal.-prakashan pub
3. Lo, C.P. and Yeung, A.K.W. (2002). Concepts and Techniques of Geographic Information
Systems, Prentice Hall.
4. DeMers, M..N. (1999).Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems. 2nd Ed., Wiley Press.
5. Burrough, P.A. and R.A. McDonald (1998). Principles of Geographical Information Systems,
Oxford University Press.

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Green Fuels and their Environmental Impact-SYLLABUS

Cleaner Fossil Fuels


Liquid Fuels ( Gasoline , Diesel ) , Gaseous Fuels ( CNG etc.), Gas to Liquid ( GTL),
Liquefied Natural Gas ( LNG),

Methanol, Basics Aspects of GTL Technology : Gas Refinery,

Process Flow Sheet, Reactor Configuration, Safety and Economic aspects of GTL Technology.

Bio Fuels
Bio diesel, Ethanol, Fuel Cells, Types of fuel cells, applications of fuel cells

CDM
Introduction, Approved Methodologies for CDM,

Grid Emission Factor, Development of PC &

PDD, Carbon Trading

REFERENCES :
1. Non-conventional Energy Resources - by B H Khan, Tata McGraw Hill Publication
2. Introduction to energy technology - by V A Venikov, E. V. Putyatin - Mir Publication, Muscow
3. Fuels and Engine - by J C Guibet - Institut Francais Du Petrole

4. Non Conventional energy resources by GD Rai, Khanna Publishers, ISBN 8174090738s

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Groundwater Exploration and Management


Hydrology, Basic Characteristic, Run- off and Stream Flow, Aquifer Characteristics, Geology of Ground
Water Occurrence, Trans- Boundary Aquifers, Water Quality, Saline Water Intrusion, Contamination,
Flow properties of groundwater, Aquifer properties, Water wells, Well tests, Numeric modeling in
groundwater,
Ground Water Exploration: Geological, Geophysical and Remote Sensing Methods, Artificial Recharge,
Water Shed Management. Hydrology-ecology and their environmental impacts, Ground Water Laws and
regulation.
References
1. Appelo, C.A.J. and Postma, D. Geochemistry, Groundwater and Pollution, A A Balkema,
Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1993.
2. Fetter, C.W. Applied Hydrogeology, CBS Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, 1990.
3. Freeze, R.A.and Cherry, J.A. Groundwater, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1986.
4. Karanth, K.R. Groundwater Assessment, Development and Management, Tata McGraw Hill,
New Delhi, 1987.
5. Raghunath H.M. Ground Water, New Age International Publishers, New Delhi, 2014
6. Todd D.K. Groundwater Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1980.

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Hazards & Safety Measures in Hydrocarbon Industry-SYLLABUS

the purpose of and procedures for investigating incidents and how the lessons learnt can be used
to improve health and safety in the oil and gas industries.

the hazards inherent in oil and gas arising from the extraction, storage, and processing of raw
materials and products

the purpose and content of safety cases and safety reports in the oil and gas industries

the principles of assessing and managing contractors, including the roles of parties involved

the tools, standards, measurement, competency requirements and controls applicable to Process
Safety Management (PSM) in the oil and gas industries

the role and purpose of a permit-to-work system

the importance of safe plant operation and maintenance of hydrocarbon containing equipment
and processes

the hazards, risks and controls to ensure safe start up and shut down of hydrocarbon containing
equipment and processes

the controls available to maintain safety critical equipment Outline the hazards, risks and controls
available for safe containment of hydrocarbons offshore and onshore appropriate control measures
to minimize the effects of fire and explosion in the oil and gas industries

the principles, procedures and resources for effective emergency response.

the main hazards of and suitable controls for marine transport in the oil and gas industries

the main hazards of and suitable controls for land transport in the oil and gas industries

REFERENCES :
1. Elements of Industrial Hazards : Health, Safety & Environment by Tatiya, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN
0470823801
2. Prevention & Control of Accidental Releases of Hazardous gases by Vasilis M Fthenakis, John Wiley &
Sons, ISBN 0471284084
3. Hazardous Chemical Safety Guide for Machining and Metalworking Industries by H Richard P Pohanish,
Mc Graw Hill, ISBN 0070504997

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Hazards & Safety Operations and Control-SYLLABUS

Fire, Safety & Health Issues in Hydrocarbon Industry

Safety in Drilling

Color Coding

Safety Signs

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

Chemical Contamination

Safety in Confined Spaces

OISD Standard

Plant Inspections

Work Permits Systems

REFERENCES :
1. Elements of Industrial Hazards : Health, Safety & Environment by Tatiya, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN
0470823801
2. Prevention & Control of Accidental Releases of Hazardous gases by Vasilis M Fthenakis, John Wiley &
Sons, ISBN 0471284084
3. Hazardous Chemical Safety Guide for Machining and Metalworking Industries by H Richard P Pohanish,
Mc Graw Hill, ISBN 0070504997
4. The Hazard Control approach to improving Safety, Health and Related functions by James T Tweedy,
CRC Press, ISBN 1466551585
5. Hazardous Material Awareness and Operations by Rob Schnepp, Jones & Barlett Publishers, ISBN
0763738727

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Heat Transfer Principle and Equipment-SYLLABUS

Introduction to conductive, convective, and radiation heat transfer; heat transfer coefficient.

One dimensional steady state conduction: plane wall, cylinder and sphere with and without heat
generation; extended surface heat transfer.

One dimensional unsteady state conduction: applicability of lumped-capacity analysis and Heisler
charts.

Convection
forced convection heat transfer in laminar and turbulent boundary layer flow; empirical and
practical relations for forced convection.

Free convection
free convection heat transfer from vertical, horizontal and inclined surfaces; combined free and
forced convection heat transfer, Condensation and boiling heat transfer.

Evaporation
types of evaporators; single-effect and multi-effect evaporator calculations.

Heat Exchanger
types of heat exchangers; effectiveness-NTU method of heat exchanger analysis; design
procedures for double pipe and shell and tube heat exchangers, Heat Transfer Coefficient, Surface
Area, Number of Passes, Pressure Drop in Tube and Shell Side of Shell and Tube Exchangers.

DESIGN OF OTHER TYPES OF HEAT EXCHANGERS


Design of Condensers and Reboilers, Compact Heat Exchangers for Cryogenic Applications.

HEAT EXCHANGER SPECIFICATIONS


Specifications and Data Sheet, Material of Construction, TEMA Classification.

HEAT EXCHANGER NETWORKS


Design and Analysis for Energy Economy.

DESIGN OF FIRED HEATERS / FURNACE


Types and Configuration, Combustion and Efficiency Calculations, Heat Transfer Calculation,
Sizing Radiant and Convection Sections, Burner Specification, Stack and Draft Calculations, Heat
Loss and Refractory Thickness Calculations.

Radiation heat transfer


view factor; black and gray body radiation; radiation network; radiation shield.

REFERENCES :
1.

Holman J. P., "Heat Transfer", Mc Graw-Hill, 9th . Ed., 2002.

2.

Dutta B. K., "Heat Transfer: Principles and Applications", PHI, 2001.

3.

Kern D. Q., "Process Heat Transfer", Tata Mc Graw-Hill Edition, 1997.

4.

McCabe, W. L; Smith, J. C; and Harriott, P. "Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering", McGrawHill, 6th. Ed., 2001.

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Human Resource Management-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Human Resource Management and Human Resource Development

Human Resource Policies and Strategies

Job Analysis and Job Design

Human Resource Planning

Human Resource Planning Process

Recruitment, Selection and Induction

Career Planning and Development

Training Development

Promotions and Transfer

Compensation Administration

Performance and Potential Appraisal

REFERENCES :
1.

Human Resource Management by Aswathappa, Mc Graw Hill Education (India) Pvt Ltd, ISBn
0070682135

2.

Human Resource Management by Dessler G, EAN 9788131754269

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Information Technology & Cyber Laws-SYLLABUS

An Overview Cyber Law


Introduction about the cyber space , Regulation of cyber space introducing cyber law,
Scope of Cyber laws e-commerce; online contracts; IPRs (copyright, trademarks and
software patenting); e-taxation; e-governance and cyber crimes, Cyber law in India with
special reference to Information Technology Act, 2000

International Legal Regime


International legal regime relating to Cyber Crimes, European Convention on Cyber Crimes,
Hague Convention on Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgments: Jurisdiction Agreement,
International legal regime relating to E-Commerce , UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronics
Commerce 1996, International legal regime relating to Intellectual Property Rights (i)
Berne Convention; (ii) Rome Convention; (iii) WIPO Copyright Treaty; (iv) WIPO
Performance and Phonograms Treaty; (v) UDRP; (vi) OECD convention on Database
protection, Domestic Legal Regime Cyber Law in India

Information Technology Act, 2000 Digital Signature; E-Governance; Regulation of


Certifying Authorities; Duties of Subscribers; Penalties and Adjudications; Offences under
the Act; Making of Rules and Regulations etc.

Introduction computer crime and cyber crimes; Classification of cyber crimes.


Kinds of cyber crimes cyber stalking; cyber pornography; forgery and fraud; crime
related to IPRs; Cyber terrorism; computer vandalism etc.

Regulation of cyber crimes


Relevant provisions under Information Technology Act, 2000, Indian Penal Code, Pornography Act
and Evidence Act etc.

Online business
Important Issues in Global E-commerce : i.

Issues relating to Access (to infrastructure; to

contents; universal access; Digital Divide and Universal Divide); ii.


Security, iv.

Consumer Protection, v.

Trust, Privacy , iii.

Content Regulation; Uniformity in Legal Standards

pertaining to internet.
Application of conventional territory based law to E-commerce : i.
Property Rights, iii.

International Trade , iv.

Taxation, ii.

Intellectual

Commercial law and standards, Dispute

resolution

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IPR Issues
IPR An Overview, Copyright Issues in Cyberspace : i.

Linking, ii.

Framing, iv.

International Treaties

Protection of content on web site, v.

Trademark Issues in cyberspace : i.


iii.

Domain Name Dispute, ii.

Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy, iv.

Inlining, iii.
Cybersquatting,

Meta-tags and Key words

Computer Software and Related IPR Issues

REFERENCES :
1.Computers, Internet and New Technology Laws, by Karnika Seth
2."CYBERLAW - THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE- 2009 EDITION WITH IT ACT AMENDMENTS 2008 " -, Pavan
Duggal
3. Cyber Laws and Information Technology by Dr Jyoti Rattan

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Infrastructure Development-SYLLABUS

Infrastructure and Development

Issues in Infrastructure Development and Financing

Infrastructure Development in India

Infrastructure Investments Requirement in India

Infrastructure Financing and Emerging Pattern of Urbanisation

Linkages between Transports Infrastructure and Economic Growth

Public-Private Partnership for Accelerated Infrastructure Development in India

Relevance of PPPs for India

Status of PPPs and Key Government Initiatives

State Government Initiatives and Priorities

Lessons from Global Experience

Role of Multilateral Agencies

Land Markets in India

REFERENCES :
1. Infrastructure Development , SBS Publishers, ISBN 8131427250
2. Infrastructure Development & the Indian Economy by LN Dash, Regal Publications, ISBN 819065537X

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Infrastructure Economy & Planning-SYLLABUS

Introduction: Infrastructure

Basic Definitions

Economic concepts

The Indian Economy: Overview & Challenges Faced

Strengths of the Indian Economy & Threats to its Performance

Infrastructure Scenario in India

Development of Infrastructure

Industrial Policy and Infrastructure Regulatory Framework

The Material Basis of Industrial Development

Public Policy & Labor Standards

Prices & Distribution

Action Plan

Ensuring Implementation

REFERENCES :
1. Infrastructure Planning by James Parkin, Deepak Sharma, Thomas Telford, ISBN 0727727478
2. Infrastructure Development & the Indian Economy by LN Dash, Regal Publications, ISBN 819065537X
3. India Infrastructure Report, Oxford Univ Press

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Infrastructure Law & Policy-SYLLABUS

Introduction
Infrastructure Sectoral polices, reforms, and laws.

Power Sector
Introduction-evolution of the power sector reforms,polices-National Electricity policy- new legal
framework- the state electricity boards- licensing ,framework- Provisions Relating to and working
of Electricity Regulatory Commissions-their structure, role and functions.

Telecommunications
The national telecom policies-the legal framework- regulatory agencies-functioning, power and
functions of TRAI and TDSAT.

Oil, Petroleum and Natural Gas


Reforms, policies and legal framework -New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP)- production
sharing contracts- the new Petroleum Regulatory and Natural Gas Board Act the emerging
regulatory reforms.

Transport
Law, policy and reforms relating to Airports-Railways Road Port/TAMP and an overview of coastal
shipping and Inland Water Transport policy.

Financial Sector Regulation Goals of financial sector


Reforms Markets Players. Regulators-RBI, SEBI, FMC, IRDA, PFRDA, High Level Coordination
Committee on Financial and Capital Markets.

Infrastructure Related Law (ACTs)


Arbitration and conciliation Act 1996, Building and other construction worker Act (Regulation of
Employment) 1996, Carriers Law (Land, Sea and Air), Contract Act 1872, Electricity Act 2003,
Energy Conservation Act 2001, Environment Protection Act 1986, Industry Development and
Regulation Act 1951, NHAI ACT 1988, Negotiable Instruments Act 1881, Railways Act 1989, Road
transport Corporation Act 2004, Slums Areas Act (Improvement and Clearance) 1956, Water
(Prevention and Control of Pollution) 1974, Development and Municipal Laws (including Master
Plans)

REFERENCES :
1. Law Infrastructure and Human Rights, Michael B Likosky, Cambridge Univ Press, ISBN 0511345747-BEPDF
2. Infrastructure Policy-An Introduction by Padmanabhan Nair, ICFAI, ISBN 8178815354

Instrumental Methods of Analysis-Syllabus

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Classical and Rapid Methods of Analysis., Paper chromatography, Thin later chromatography, gas
chromatography, ion-exchange chromatpgraphy. UV & IR Spectophotometry, Atomic Absorption
Spectrometry, Plasma-Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, Mass-Spectrometry, ); Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance (NMR);
X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis, Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry, X-Ray Diffraction Analysis.,
SEM Scanning Electron Microscope, Micro Beam and Surface Analysis, Neutron Activation Analysis.
References
1. Hawthorne, F. C. (ed.). Spectroscopic Methods in Mineralogy and Geology, Reviews in Mineralogy,
Mineralogical Society of America, 18, 1988.
2. Burns, R. G. Mineralogical Applications of Crystal Field Theory, Second Edition, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge, 1993.
3. Pieters, C. M. and Englert, P. A, (eds.) Remote Geochemical Analysis: Elemental and Mineralogical
Composition, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,1997.
4. King, P. L. Ramsey, M. S. and Swayse, G. A. (eds.) Infrared Spectroscopy in Geochemistry,
Exploration Geochemistry and Remote Sensing, Mineralogical Association of Canada, short course
series, V -33, 2004.
5. Aitken; M. J. An Introduction to Optical Dating : The Dating of Quaternary Sediments by the Use of
Photon-stimulated Luminescence, Oxford University Press, Oxford,1998.
6. Marshall, D. J. Cathodoluminescence of Geological Materials, Unwin Hyman, Ltd., London,1988.
7. Marfunin, A. S. Spectroscopy, Luminescence and Radiation centres in Minerals, Springer-Verlag,
Berlin, 1979.

International Business-Syllabus

Importance nature and scope of International business; modes of entry into International
Business internationalisation process and managerial implications.
Environmental Context of International Business: Framework for analyzing international
business environment Domestic, foreign and global environments and their impact on
international business decisions.
Global Trading Environment: World trade in goods and services Major trends and
developments; World trade and protectionism Tariff and non-tariff barriers; Counter
trade.
International Financial Environment: Foreign investments-Pattern, Structure and effects;
Movements in foreign exchange and interest rates and then impact on trade and
investment flows.
International Economic Institutions and Agreements: WTO, IMF, World Bank UNCTAD,
Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (ATC), GSP, GSTP and other International agreements;
International commodity trading and agreements.
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Regional Economic Groupings in Practice: Regionalism vs. multilaterallism, Structure and


functioning of EC and NAFTA; Regional economic cooperation.
Multinational Corporations and their involvement in International Business: Issues in
foreign investments, technology transfer, pricing and regulations; International
collaborative arrangements and strategic alliances. Emerging Developments and Other
Issues: Growing concern for ecology; Counter trade; IT and international business.

References1. Bennet, Roger, International Business, Financial Times, Pitman Publishing, London, 1999.
2. Bhattacharya, B., Going International: Respon se Strategies of the Indian Sector, Wheeler Publishing,
New Delhi, 1996.
3. Czinkota, Michael R., et. al., International Business, the Dryden Press, Fortworth, 1999.
4. Danoes, John D. and Radebaugh, Lee H., International Business: Environment and Operations, 8th ed.,
Addison Wesley, Readings, 1998.
5. Griffin, Ricky W. and Pustay, Michael W, International Business: A Managerial Perspective, Addison
Wesley, Readings, 1999.
6. Hill, Charles W. L., International Business, McGraw Hill, New York, 2000.

Introduction to Aerospace Engineering-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Flight Vehicles

Classification of Flight Vehicles along with prominent features of Design; Airplanes, Hovercraft,
Helicopter & other V/STOL Machines along with examples, Space Vehicles; Different concepts &
configurations from Sputnik to Apollo, Reusable Vehicles; Space Shuttle & its features. DGCA,
Airworthiness Requirements & Air Regulations.

Principles of Flight Mechanics


Lifting & Non Lifting Surfaces. Lift & Drag of Aerofoils, Stalling, Finite Span Wing, Induced Drag. Wing
Planform Variations,Forward & Aft Swept Wings, High Coefficient of Lift Devices, use of Control
Surfaces, Elementary Ideas about Stability & Control of Airplanes. Hovercraft,Helicopter & Space
Vehicles.

Principles of Aerospace Propulsions

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Classification of Propulsive Units & their features; Fixed & Variable Pitch Air Screws, Piston Prop
Engine, Turbo Prop Engine, Turbo Jet Engines & its Variations, Ramjet, Pulse Jet, Rockets Engines;
Solid & liquid Propellant Engine, the concept of Staging of Rockets. Structural features in each case
selection of Materials. Engine Starting-Systems.

Aerospace Vehicle Structure


Importance of Strength/Weight Ratio, Introduction to Loads on different parts of the Vehicle, detailed
description of the Fuselage, Wing & Tail Surfaces, Wing Surfaces, Wing Fuselage Jointing Methods,
different types of Under Carriages, Structural Design Philosophy of Manned & Unmanned Space
Vehicles.

Passenger Comfort Systems


Need for Pressurizing the Cabin, Pressuring System, Oxygen Arrangements, Air Conditioning System,
Control of Temperature Integrated Air Conditioning System.

Navigation & Communication System


Different Navigation Methods, Dead Reckoning, Astronavigation, Ratio Aids, Positive Fixing, Related
modern instruments. Instruments landing system, HF & vHF System, Simple Description of
Communication Systems using Earth Station & Satellites, Networks Communication System.

Power Actuated Systems


Hydraulic System: details & various components, Selector & Sequence, Switches, Electro-HydroMechanical System, Pneumatic System, Auto Pilot System
REFERENCES :
1. Aerospace Engineering by Frederik P Miller, John Brewster & Agnes, Alphascript Publishing, ISBN
6130677219
2. Variation Analysis & Aerospace Engineering by Buttazo, SV, ISBN 0387958568

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Investment & Security Law-SYLLABUS

Historical Background of securities and investment laws

Securities: the concept, England: Banking corporate finance and private financial services, India:
from usury laws to the modern system

Securities: Kinds

Government Securities, Securities issued by banks, Securities issued by corporations, Securities in


mutual fund and collective investment scheme, Depository receipts

Government Securities

Bonds issued by government and semi government institutions, Role of Central Bank (the RBI in
India), Impact of issuance of bonds on economy, Government loan from the general public,
External borrowing, World Bank, I.M.F., Asian Development Bank, Direct loan from foreign
government, Government loan: the constitutional dilemma and limitations, Can a state go for
external loans?, Impact on economic sovereignty, Dilution of power of the Central Bank (RBI),
Treasury deposits

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Securities Issued by Banks

Bank notes: is it the exclusive privilege of the Central Bank in the issue, Changing functions of
banks from direct lending and borrowing to modern System, Bank draft, travellers' cheques,
cheque cards, credit cards, cast cards, Deposits' nature: current, saving and fixed deposits,
interest warrants

Corporate Securities

Shares, Debentures, Company deposits, Control over corporate securities, Central government:
Company Law Board, SEBI: guide lines on capital issues, RBI, Protection of investor, Administrative
regulation, Disclosure regulation, Protection by criminal sanction

Collective Investment

Unit Trust of India, Venture capital, Mutual fund, Control over issue and management of UTI,
venture capital and mutual funds, Plantations and horti-culture farms, General control, Control by
rating, Regulation on rating.

Depositories

Denationalized securities, Recognition of securities, Types of depository receipts: IDR, ADR, GDR
and Euro receipts, SEBI guideline on depositories,

Investment in non-banking financial institutions

Control by usury laws, Control by RBI, Regulation on non-banking financial and non-financial
companies, Private-financial companies: registration and regulation, Chit funds

Foreign Exchange Control Regime in India

Concept of foreign exchange regulation, Administration of exchange control,


REFERENCES :
1. Avdhani. V.A, Himalaya Publishing House, 2005, Investment and Securities Markets in India.
2. Khan. M. Y, Tata McGraw Hill Publication, 2009, Financial Services.
3. K.P.M. Sundaram, P.N.Varshney, Sultan Chand & Sons, Banking theory, Law and Practice
4. Duttas banking law and Investments
5. Farrar, John, H. and Hanniyan, Brenda, Farrr's Company Law, (1998) Butterworths, London

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6. Gupta, S.N., the Banking Law in Theory and Practice, (1999) Universal, New Delhi. Tannan, M.L.,
Tannan's Banking Law and Practice in India, (2000) India, Law House, New Delhi
7. Ramaiya, A., Guide to the Companies Act, (1998) Wadhwa and Co., New Delhi.
8. Bhandari, M.C., Guide to Company Law Procedures, (1996) Wadhwa and Co., New Delhi.
9. Ford, Haj A.M., et. al. Ford's Principles of Corporations Law, (1999) Butterworths, London.
10. Purithavathy Pandian, Vikas Publishing House, Delhi. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management.
11. Kucchal. S.C, Chaitanya publishing House,21st ed. Corporate Finance.
12. Shekhar. K.C. Shekar Lekshmy, Vikas Publishing House, 20th ed, Banking theory and Practice.
13. Dr. S. Gurusamy, Tata McGraw Hill, 2009, Financial Markets and Institutions.
14. Mithani.D.M, Himalaya Publishing House, Money banking, International trade and Public Finance.
15. Singh Preeti, Himalya Publishing House, Investment management.
16. G.Vijayragvan Iyenger, Excel books, New Delhi, Introduction to Banking.
17. Bholey. L. M, Financial Institutions and Markets.

Judicial Process & Statutory Interpretation-SYLLABUS

Principles of Legislation

Benthams Theory of Utility and its Relevance, Relationship of Law and Public Opinion.

Interpretation

Meaning, Purpose, Main Rules of Interpretation, Subsidiary Rules of Interpretation, External and Internal
Rules of Interpretation, Interpretation of the Constitution and Penal statutes

Judicial Process

Nature of Judicial Process, Notion Of Judicial Review Judicial Role in Adjudication Judicial Law Making
and Judicial Activism
REFERENCES :
1. Principle of Statutory Interpretation by G.P. Singh.- Lexis Nexis
2. Law and Public Openion by Dicey, A.V.

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3. Statutory Interpretation by Ruth Sullivan.- Irwing Law


4.Theories Of Legislation by Bentham
5.Nature Of Judicial Process by Cardozo
6.Judicial Process by Henry J. Abra
7. Interpretation by Maxwell
8. Statute Law by Craise W. F.
9. Interpretation by J. Swaroop

JURISPRUDENCE-Syllabus

I. Natural Law - Positivism -Law and Morality-Revived Natural Law- Idealist Schools - Marxian
School.
II. Historical and Evolutionary Theories-Sociological Jurisprudence-Realist Jurisprudence-Law
and Social Change.
III. Concept of individual and social justice in the Indian context - Constitution and social justice preamble fundamental rights and directive principles of the Constitution.
IV. Law and poverty - Access to justice - Legal aid to the poor and indigent, objectives and
programmes - Legal literacy and law reform.
V. Judicial activism and public interest litigation.
VI. Doctrine of precedent - ratio decidendi and obiter dictum - methods of determining ratio - stare
decisis and its exceptions - precedent in common law and civil law countries.
VII.Logic and growth in law (both under code system and common law) - categories of illusory
reference - legal reasoning (judicial as well as juristic) - new rhetorics - role of judicial concepts
and judicial discretion in judicial reasoning.
VIII.Nature of judicial process - search for the legislative intention - methods of judicial
interpretation - role of philosophy (logic), history, traditional and sociology - judge as legislator
- judicial creativity and its limitations.
IX. Judicial process in Indian legal system - operation of precedent in India - constitutional
interpretations by the Supreme Court.
X. Prospective overruling - basic structure theory and limitations to constitutional amendments judicial activism vis--vis judicial self restraint.
References :
1. Roscoe Pound

- Introduction to Philosophy of Law (1954) Chs. 1, 2


& 3.

2. Roscoe Pound

- Jurisprudence, (1959) Vol. I, Parts I & II.


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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Bodenheimer
- Jurisprudence (1974) Part I
Friedmann
- Legal Theory (1967)
W. Friedmann
- Law in a changing society (1972)
Julius Stone
- Social Dimensions of Law and Justice (1966) Ch. 1
Cappelletti and Garth (Ed.) - Access to Justice, (1978) Vol. I, Book I, Part I
B. Sivaramayya
- Inequalities and the Law (1984)
Upendra Baxi
- The crisis of Indian Legal System, (1982) Chs. 1, 2,
3, 8 & 10

10. Upendra Baxi


11. Government of India

- Law and Poverty (1988) Chs. 1, 2, 3, 5, 19, 20 & 21


- Report of the Expert Committee on Legal Aid :
Processual Justice to the People (1973)

12. Government of India

- Report on National Juridicare :


Equal Justice Social Justice, (1977)

13. Lon.L.Fuller
14. H.L.A.Hart
15. M.D.A.Freeman
16. John Rawls
17. Roscoe Pound
18. K. Allen
19. Julius Stone

- The Morality of Law (1995) Reprint


- The Concept of Law (1993) Reprint
- Lloyds Introduction to Jurisprudence (1994)
- A Theory of Justice, Oxford (1972)
- Jurisprudence (1959) Parts 3, 5, 6
- Law in the Making (1963) Chs. 3, 4
- Legal System and Lawyers reasonings (1964) Chs. 1,6,7
&8

20. Julius Stone

- Social Dimensions of Law and Justice (1966) Ch. 14 (Part I &


II)

21. Julius Stone


- Precedent and the Law, Butterworth (1985)
22. Rupert Cross
- Precedent in English Law (1968)
23. Rupert Cross and J.W.Harris
- Precedent in English Law (1991)
24. Von Mehren
- The Civil Law System (1957) Ch. 16
25. Levi
- Introduction to Legal Reasoning (1970)
26. Cardozo
- The Nature of Judicial Process (1921)
27. Rajeev Dhavan
- The Supreme Court of India : A Socio-legal Critiques of
its Juristic Techniques (1977) Ch. 1
28. Laxminath

- Precedent in the Indian Legal System (1990)

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Maritime Transportation-SYLLABUS

Background

Introduction, International Trade and Shipping, The Actors in Shipping, The Shipowner, Safety and
Economy, Maritime Safety Regime, Why Safety Improvement is Difficult, The Risk Concept,
Acceptable Risk, Conflict of Interest, Expertise and Rationality

Maritime Risk Picture

Introduction, Definitions, Maritime Activity, Concept of Accident Types, Quantitative Risk picture,
Fatality Risk, Pollution, The Risk Concept, Large-Scale Accidents, The Accident Phenomenon

Rules and Regulations

Introduction, Scandinavian Star Fire Accident, International Maritime Organization (IMO),Flag


State Control, Port State Control, Classification Societies,

Statistical Methods

Statistical Risk Monitoring, Introduction, Statistical Measures, Discrete Probability Distributions,


Continuous Distributions, Consequence Estimation

Decisions in Operation

Introduction, Work Accident Measurement, Safety Competence: Correlation Analysis, Testing of a


Distribution Model, Choosing Among Alternative Training Programs

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Risk Analysis

Traffic-Based Models, Introduction, Basic Theory, A General Model of Impact Accidents, Grounding
and Stranding Models, Loss of Navigational Control, Collision, A General Collision Model, Loss of
Traffic Control, Visibility

Damage Estimation

Introduction, Survey of Damage Data, Estimation of Impact Energy, Stranding and Grounding,
High-speed Craft (HSC) Damage, Damage Consequences, Boston Harbour Collision Risk Study, Risk
Assessment for a Production and Storage Tanker, Rules and Regulations

Risk Analysis Techniques

Introduction, Risk Analysis and Risk Assessment, Basic Theory, Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA),
Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOP), Failure Mode, Effect and Criticality Analysis (FMECA),
Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Event Tree Analysis (ETA),

Cost-Benefit Analysis

Introduction, Basic Theory, CBA in a Risk Assessment Context, Alternative Problem-Solving


Approaches, CBA of Oil Spill Prevention Measures for Tankers,

Formal Safety Assessment

Introduction, The FSA Approach, Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, Establish Safety
Measures, Cost-Benefit Assessment, Recommendations for Decision-Making, Application of the FSA
Methodology,

Management and Operations

Human Factors, Introduction, Human Error, Accident Characteristics, Human Information


Processing, Sensing and Observation, Perception and Decision-Making, Physical Work Environment,
Effect of Sea Motion, Human Reliability Assessment,

Occupational Safety

Introduction, Lives Lost at Sea, Occupational Accidents, Accident Situation, Job-Related Problems,
Work Conditions and Flag Standard, The Global Labour Market,

Accident Analysis

Introduction, Safety and Learning, Why Analyse Accidents? ,The Maritime System, Accident
Theories, What is an Accident?, Reconstruction of Events, The Loss Causation Model, Alternative
Accident Models, Official Accident Investigation, Accident Analysis Software, Human Factors
Analysis, The CASMET Approach, Case-Oriented Analysis, Incident Reporting

Emergency Preparedness

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Introduction, Examples of Accidents, Emergency and Life-Saving Regulations, Emergency


Preparedness Activities and Functions, Human Behaviour in Catastrophes, Evacuation Risk,
Evacuation Simulation, Pollution Emergency Planning

Safety Management

Introduction, Total Quality Management (TQM), The ISM Code, Auditing, Corporate Safety Culture
REFERENCES :
1. Maritime Transportation-Safety Management & Risk Analysis by Svein Kristiansen
2. Review of Maritime Transportation by UN

Marketing Management-SYLLABUS

Marketing Scope and Concepts

Strategic Marketing Planning

Marketing Strategy: Segmentation and Targeting

Consumer Buying Behaviour

Product Life Cycle Strategies

Branding and Packaging

Positioning and Differentiation Strategies

Pricing Strategies

Managing Marketing Channels

Management of Logistics and Physical Distribution

Integrated Marketing Communications

Advertising and Sales Promotion

Sales Management

Market Information Systems and Market Research

Service Marketing

Future of Marketing and its Dimensions

REFERENCES :

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1. Marketing Management by Philip Kotler


2. Marketing Management by Rajan Saxena,TATA Mc Graw Hill, ISBN 0070144915

Mechanics of Solids-SYLLABUS
[A] Mechanics of Rigid Solids

Resultant and Equilibrium of Coplanner Forces


Basic Concept and Principles of Mechanics, Types of force system, Composition and Resolution of
Forces, Moments, Couple, Varignons Theorem, Equivalent Force System ,Type of Body Constraints,
Structural Loads & Supports , Free Body Diagrams, Condition of Equilibrium, Resultant and Equilibrium
of Co-planner Forces. Support Reaction of Simple & Compound Beams.

Centroid & Moment of Inertia


Introduction, Centroid and Moment of Inertia of Composite Plane Figures.

Pin-jointed structure
Introduction, Perfect & Imperfect Frame, Analysis of Perfect Frame by Method of Joint, Method of
Section and Graphical Method.

[B] Mechanics of Deformed Solids

Simple Stress & Strain


Normal Stress & Strain, Hookes Law, Deformation in Prismatic, Stepped, Linearly Varying & composite
members under Axial Load & Self Weight. Stress &Strain in Indeterminate Member, Temperature
Stresses, Axial Force Diagrams.
Various Types of Stress and Strains, Elastic Constants, Generalized Hookes Law, Working Stress
Concept.

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Cylindrical & Spherical Shells


Thin Walled Cylinders and Spheres. Stress due to Internal Pressure, Change in Diameter and Volume.

Riveted Joints
Types of Riveted Joints, Failure of a Rivet and Riveted Joint, Strength of a Rivet, Strength and
Efficiency of a Riveted Joint, Design of a Riveted Joint.

Shear Force and Bending Moment


Relation between Shear Force , Bending Moment & Loading. Shear force and Bending Moment Diagram
in Cantilever and Simply Supported & Compound Beam with concentrated, Distributed Load, and
Couple, Overhanging Beams, Point of Contra- Flexure.

Stresses in Beams
Bending and Shear Stresses in Beams. Theory of Bending, Flexural Formula, Section Modulus &Moment
of Resistance. Shear Stress Formula, Shear Stress Determination in Symmetrical Sections.

Axial loaded Columns & Combined Stresses


Introduction, Buckling effect, Eulers Theory & Rankines Formula for Axially Loaded Columns with
different end conditions. Concept of Equivalent Length. Stresses due to Eccentric & Lateral Loads,
Core of Section.

Torsion
Introduction, Theory of Torsion, Shear Stresses in Hollow and Solid Circular Shaft due to Torsion.
Composite Shafts, Stresses due to combined Bending and Torque in Shaft, Spring Concept.

Introduction to

Principle Stresses & Strain, Stresses on inclined plane, Theory of Failure.

Strain Energy due to various action.

Stresses due to impact load.

REFERENCES :
1. Mechanics of Solids by CTF Ross, Woodhead Publishing, ISBN 1898563675
2. Mechanics of Solid by Popov, PHI Learning
3. Mechanics of Solids by Mubeen, Pearson
4. Strength of Mechanics by Rajput, S Chand
5. Mechanics of Solids by Singh Arbind Kumar, PHI, ISBN 8120331907

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Modeling & Simulations-SYLLABUS

Modeling

Concept of modeling, classification of mathematical models, modeling with ordinary differential


equations, difference equations, partial differential equations, graphs, Maximum Likelihood Variance

Reduction Techniques, Antithetic Variates, Control Variates, Common Random Numbers, Importance
Sampling.
.

Simulation

Concept, types (quantitative, experimental, computer, fuzzy theory, statistical) processes of


formulation of model based on simulation. Variables and measurement, Confidence Intervals, Design

of Experiments Markov Chain Monte Carlo Techniques.


.

Processes

Random Numbers and Distributions

REFERENCES:
1. Theory of Modeling and Simulation, Second Edition By Bernard P. Zeigler
2. Mathematical Modeling and Simulation: Introduction for Scientists and Engineers By Kai Velten

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Modern Control Theory-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Linear Spaces and Linear Operators

State Variable Descriptions

Physical Systems and State Assignment

Solution of State Equations

Controllability and Observability

Relationship between State Variable and Input-Output Descriptions

Stability

Model Control

Optimal Control: General Mathematical Procedures

Optimal Feedback Control

Stochastic Optimal Linear Estimation and Control

REFERENCES :

1. Modern Control Engineering by K.Ogata, Prentice Hall, ISBN 8120340108


2. Control System Engineering by M. Gopal, New Age Intl Pvt Publishers, ISBN 8122420087

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Modern Physics-Sensors and Applications-SYLLABUS

Sensor Characteristics and Principles

Sensor Classification - sensor characteristics - Physical principles of sensing electric


charges, fields, and potentials - capacitance magnetism induction - resistance piezoelectric effect - pyroelectric Effect - Hall effect - Seebeck and Peltier Effects SoundWaves - temperature andthermal properties of materials - heat transfer - Light Dynamic Models of Sensor Elements.

Sensor Components and Circuits

Optical Components of Sensors : radiometry - photometry windows - mirrors - lenses


Fresnel lenses - fiber optics and waveguides concentrators - coatings for thermal
absorption electrooptic and acousto-optic modulators - Interferometric Fiber-optic
Modulation, Interface Electronic Circuits: input characteristics of interface circuits amplifiers - excitation circuits - analog-to - digital converters direct digitization and
processing - ratiometric circuits - bridge circuits data transmission- Noise in Sensors
and Circuits - batteries for low power sensors

Types of Sensor I

Occupancy and Motion Detectors : ultrasonic sensors - microwave motion detectors


capacitive occupancy detectors - triboelectric detectors - optoelectronic motion
detectors, Position, Displacement, and Level : potentiometric sensors - gravitational
sensors - capacitive sensors - inductive and magnetic sensors - optical sensors ultrasonic sensors - radar sensors thickness and level sensors, Velocity and
Acceleration: accelerometer characteristics capacitive accelerometers piezoresistive Accelerometers - piezoelectric accelerometers thermal
accelerometers - gyroscopes - Piezoelectric Cables, Force, Strain, and Tactile Sensors:

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strain gauges - tactile sensors - piezoelectric force sensors, Pressure Sensors :


concepts of pressure - units of pressure - mercury pressure sensor - bellows,
membranes, and thin plates-piezoresistive sensors- capacitive sensors- VRP Sensorsoptoelectronic sensors - vacuum sensors.

Types of Sensor II

Flow Sensors : basics of flow dynamics - pressure gradient technique - thermal


transport sensors - ultrasonic sensors - electromagnetic sensors - microflow sensors breeze sensor - coriolis mass flow sensors - drag force flow sensors, Acoustic Sensors :
resistive microphones - condenser microphones - fiber-optic microphone piezoelectric microphones - electret microphones - solid-state acoustic detectors,
Humidity and Moisture Sensors : concept of humidity - capacitive sensors electrical
conductivity sensors - thermal conductivity sensor - optical hygrometer - oscillating
hygrometer. Light Detectors : introduction - photodiodes - phototransistor photoresistors - cooled detectors - thermal detectors - gas flame detectors, Radiation
Detectors : scintillating detectors ionization detectors, Temperature Sensors:
thermoresistive sensors- thermoelectric contact sensorssemiconductor P-N junction
sensors-optical temperature sensors- acoustic temperature sensorpiezoelectric
temperature sensors.

Nanosensors

Chemical Sensors : chemical sensor characteristics - specific difficulties - classification


of chemicalsensing mechanisms - direct sensors - complex sensors - chemical sensors
versus instruments, Sensor Materials and Technologies : materials - surface processing
- nano-technology - photolithography, Chemical and Molecular Sensors Displacement
and Motion Sensors Force Nanosensors Pressure Sensing Thermal Nanosensors
Electric and Magnetic Sensing Cellular Bioscanning Noninvasive Neuroelectric
Monitoring Macrosensing Acoustic Macrosensing Electric and Magnetic Macrosensing
Neural Macrosensing

REFERENCES :
1. Jacob Fraden, Handbook of Modern Sensors (2003) Springer, 3rd Edition ISBN 0387- 00750-4.
2.
Nano Medicines Edited by Dr.Parag Diwan and Ashish Bharadwaj (2006)
Pentagon Press, ISBN 81-8274-139-4.
3.
4.

B.B. Laud, Lasers and Non-Linear Optics, 2nd Edition, New Ages International.
Ghatak and K. Thyagarajan (2002), Introduction to Fiber Optics, Cambridge University
Press.

5.

William Silfvast (2002), Laser Fundamentals, Cambridge University Press.

6.

Djafar K. Mynbaeu (2004), Fibre Optic Communication Technology, Pearson Education Asia.

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7.

Kittel (2001), Solid State Physics, 7th Edition, John Wiley & Sons.

8.

K.C. Gupta (2002), Microwaves, New Age International. Instrument measurement and
Analysis by B. C. Narka and K. K. Chaudhary, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company 16th reprint
Chapter 1.

9.

Charles P. Poole, Jr. and Frank J. Owens (2003), Introduction to Nanotechnology, John
Wiley & Sons.

10. Edward L. Wolf (2006), Nano Physics and Nanotechnology An introduction to Modern
Concepts in Nanoscience, Wiley VCH verlagambh & Co., Weinheim.

Multimodal Transportation-SYLLABUS

Multimodal Transport

Introduction to Transportation

Road Transportation

Rail Transportation

Maritime Transportation

Air Transport

Intermodal Transportation

Multimodal Transport Law

Organizational Structure for Global Logistics

REFERENCES :
1. A Textbook of Container & Multimodal Transport Management by Dr KV Hariharan, Shroff, EAN
9788173665516
2. Security and Environmental Sustainability of Multimodal Transport by Bell, Springer, ISBN 9048185610

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Nano Structural Material-SYLLABUS

Nanomaterial

The Science of Nano - What is Nanobiotechnology

Introduction to Nanostructures

Carbon Nanotubes (CNT), Graphenes, Fullerenes, Nano Peapods, Quantum Dots and Semiconductor
Nanoparticles Metal-based Nanostructures (Iron 2 Oxide Nanoparticles) Nanowires Polymer-based
Nanostructures including dendrimers, Introduction to metal based nanostructures, Protein-based
Nanostructures

Nanomotors

Bacterial (E. coli) and Mammalian (Myosin family) Nanobiosensors: Science of Self-assembly - From
Natural to Artificial Structures Nanoparticles in Biological Labeling and Cellular Imaging: Physics of
low-dimensional materials, 1D, 2D and 3D confinement, Density of states, Excitons, Coulomb
blockade,
Surface plasmon, Size and surface dependence of physical, electronic, optical, luminescence,
thermodynamical, magnetic, catalysis, gas sensing and mechanical properties. Physical and
chemical techniques for nanomaterial synthesis, Assembling and self organization of
nanostructures, Nanoscale manipulation, Nanotube and wire formation, Importance of size
distribution control, size measurement and size selection
REFERENCES :
1. Nanostructural material- Dr. Parag Diwan, Dr. Ashish Bharadwaj (Pentagon Press)

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2. Introduction to Nanoscience by Gabor L. Hornyak, Joydeep Dutta, Harry F. Tibbals, Anil K. Rao. CRC
Press, 2008.
3. Nanotechnology: Importance and Application by M.H. Fulekar, IK International, 2010.
4. Environanotechnology by Mao Hong fan, Chin-pao Huang, Alan E Bland, Z Honglin Wang, Rachid Sliman,
Ian Wright. Elsevier, 2010.
5. Nanotechnologies, Hazards and Resource efficiency by M. Steinfeldt, Avon Gleich, U. Petschow, R.
Haum. Springer, 2007.
6. Nanotechnlogy: Health and Environmental risk by Jo Anne Shatkin. CRC press, 2008.
7. Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine: Methods, Devices and Application by Tuan Vo-Dinh .CRC press,
2007.
8. Nanomaterials for Biosensors by Challa Kumar. Wiley-VCH, 2007

Natural Gas Engineering-SYLLABUS

Natural gas origin and Accumulations

Natural gas reservoir

Drilling

CNG & LNG

Fischer-Tropsch synthesis

Pseudo gas pressure

Well completions

Gas well inflow under Darcy flow

GTL based on indirect conversion of natural gas

Advantages of natural gas over coal and oil as fuel

Well deliverability and perform the calculations to derive an expression for Reynolds number

Natural gas sweetening processes

Design procedure of a two & three phase vertical separator

Carbon dioxide removal from natural gas

Natural gas storage

Natural gas distribution in pipeline

REFERENCES :
1. Natural Gas Engineering by Boyun Guo, Gulf Publishing Co, ISBN 0976511339

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2. Advanced Natural Gas Engineering by Michael Economides, Gulf Publishing Co., ISBN 1933762381
3. Natural gas production engineering by Mohan Kelkar, Pennwell, ISBN 1593700172
4. Natural Gas Production, Processing, Transport by Rojoy
5. Gas Production Engineering by Sanjay Kumar,
6. Practical Natural Gas Engineering by RV Smith, Jaffort

Natural Gas Reservoir Engineering-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Properties of Natural Gas

Gas Reservoir Deliverability

Wellbore Performance

Choke Performance

Well Deliverability

Separation

Dehydration

Compression and Cooling

Volumetric Measurement

Transportation

Special Problems

REFERENCES :
1. Natural Gas Reservoir Engineering by Chi U. Ikoku, Krieger Publishing Co., ISBN 0894646400
2. Fundamentals of Gas Reservoir Engineering by J Haqoot, Elseiver Sc, ISBN 0080868819-BEPDF

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Natural Gas Storage-SYLLABUS

Development and operation of gas fields, gas from condensate and oil fields, thermodynamics and
energy change.

Review of physical and chemical properties of natural gas and associate hydrocarbons.
Phase behavior studies: equations of states, multiple flashes, water hydrocarbon systems,
chemical inhibition, hydrate formation, gas liquid equilibria.

Gas handling facilities: flow of fluids, compression of gases, applications of heat transfer and
mass transfer principles in natural gas engineering systems, compressors, pumps, heat exchangers,
furnaces and waster heat recovery facilities, transmission of natural gas in pipelines, LPG
technology production and distribution.

Gas processing: purification, refrigeration and low temperature processing, liquefaction process,
LNG and NGL recovery, sweetening of natural gas and sulphur recovery.
Gas storage: tanks, underground storage, and conservation of natural gas under coal gasification
process and principles, safety. Economic consideration for development of gas fields.

Development of gas and gas-condensate reservoirs; design and development of gas storage fields
in depleted gas, gas-condensate, oil reservoirs, and aquifers.

Development of gas and gas-condensate reservoirs; design and development of gas storage fields
in depleted gas, gas-condensate, oil reservoirs, and aquifers.

Natural gas storage-Cryogenic and Underground.

REFERENCES:

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A. Rojey, C. Jaffret, Natural Gas Production, Processing, Transport, Second Editions Technip,

1994.
2. A. Kohl and F. Riesenfeld, Gas Purification, Gulf Publishing Company, 1985.
3. Natural Gas Underground Storage : Inventory and deliverability by Prof M Rasin Tek
4. Underground Storage of Natural Gas Theory and Practice by MR TEk

Navigation & Guidance-SYLLABUS

Modeling and dynamics of Aircraft

Longitudinal dynamics displacement autopilot- pitch rate feedback for damping- control stick
steering acceleration control system Glide slope control system, Lateral dynamics of an Aircraft,
Yaw damper- Method of obtaining co ordination- beta feedback-beta beta dot feedback
acceleration feedback. Yaw orientational control system- Roll angle control system - Landing.

Dynamics of Aerospace vehicles

Missiles Missile Control Systems; Dynamics and Control of Rigid and Elastic Rockets; ControlStructure Interaction; Longitudinal and Lateral Autopilots for Rigid Aircraft

Navigation

Terrestrial navigation, Celestial navigation, Terrestrial radio navigation, satellite-based


navigation, inertial navigation, Integrated Navigation.

Guidance

Introduction to Guidance, Navigation and Avionics; Radar Systems, Command and Homing
Guidance Systems. Mission consideration and analysis of flight path, Optimal guidance Laws,
Inertial Guidance

Control of Aerospace Vehicles

Design of Controllers for Aerospace Vehicles; Classical, Pole assignment, Eigen Structure
Assignment, Optimal Control, LQR, LQG/LTR, Observers and Kalman Filters

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REFERENCES:
1. Garnell, P. (1980)- Guided Weapon Control Systems, Peraganon.
2. Blakelock, J H. (1991)- Automatic Control of Aircraft and Missiles, John Wiley.
3. Greensite A L(1970)- Analysis and Design of Space Vehicle Flight Control System, Spartan Books.
4. Skolnik R E. (1982)-Introduction to Radar System , Mc Graw Hill.
5. Lin, C F. (1991)- Modern Guidance, Navigation and Control Processing, Prentice-Hall.
6. DAzzo J J and Hougis, C H, Linear Control System Analysis and Design, Mc Graw Hill, 4th Edition.
7. Maceijowski;- (1987) Multi-Variable Feedback Design, Addison Wesley.
8. A. Sinha (2007) Linear Systems: Optimal and Robust Control, 1/e, CRC Press
9. D. S. Naidu (2003) Optimal Control Systems, 1/e, CRC Press
10. B. Hofmann-Wellenhof, K. Legat, M. Wieser, (2003) Navigation Principles of Positioning and
Guidance. Springer Wien New York

Occupational Health & Safety Management-SYLLABUS

Physical and Chemical Hazards

Occupational Health

Medical Terminology

Hazardous Gases and their Health Effects

Effects of Asbestos

Ergonomics

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Personal Hygiene and First Aid

Industrial Hygiene

Medical Surveillance

REFERENCES :
1. Fundamentals of Occupational Safety & Health by Mark Friend, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group,
ISBN 086587171X-BEPDF
2. Occupational Health & Safety by Burke, Clark and Cooper, Gower, ISBN 1409432076-BEPDF

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Oil Equity Management-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Oil Equity Concept

Energy Security

The Geopolitics of Energy

Oil Security Challenges & Strategies

Country Entry Strategies

REFERENCES :
1. The Management of Equity Investments by DN Chorafas, Butterworth-Heinamann, ISBN 0080456367BEPDF
2. Energy & Equity by Ivan Illich, Marion Boyers, ISBN 0714521000-BEEPB

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Operations & Materials Management-SYLLABUS

Nature and Scope of Production/Operations Management

Plant Location Plant Layout and Material Handling

Production Planning and Control

Quality Control and Quality Assurance

Role of Purchasing

Materials Management

REFERENCES :
1. Materials Management by Stan C Mc Donald, John Wiley & Sons In, ISBN 0470449098-BEEPB
2. Operations Management by Linda L Brennan, Mc GrawHill Professional, ISBN 0071746137-BEEPB
3. Purchasing & Materials Management by Anand K Sharma, Anmol Publisher, EAN 9788126128211-BEPDF
4. Strategic Operations Management by Robert L Lowson, Taylor & Francis Group Pc, ISBN 0203374096BEPDF

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Optimization Techniques-SYLLABUS

Classical Optimization Techniques

Linear Programming

Duality Theory and Post Optimality Analysis

Transportation Problem and Its Variants

Network Models

Sequencing and Scheduling Problems

Nonlinear programming: Kuhn-Tucker Theory

Special Classes of Nonlinear Optimization Problems

Solution of Unconstrained Nonlinear Optimization Problems

Solution of Constrained Nonlinear Optimization Problems

Integer Programming

Dynamic Programming

Decision Theory

Theory of Games

Multiobjective and Goal Programming

Heuristics Based Optimization Techniques

Geometric Programming

REFERENCES :
1. Optimization Techniques by Chander Mohan, New Age International.

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Petro Economics-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Petro Economics

Global Trends in the Oil Industry

Indian Oil Industry Exploration and Production

Indian Oil Industry Refining

Indian Oil Industry Marketing

Growth and Deregulation of Indian Oil Sector

Structure of Oil Industry

Logistics and Transportation of Oil in India

Strategy for Petroleum and Natural Gas Trading

Petro Retailing

Economics of Crude Oil

Geo-politics in Oil & Natural Gas Trading

International Hydrocarbon Economic Environment

Globalization and Oil Security for Indian Oil Industry

E-commerce Applications in Oil and Natural Gas Industries

REFERENCES :
1. Petro Economics by AN Sarkar, Pentagon Press, ISBN 8182744210

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Petro Exploration-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Oil Formation

Migration of Petroleum and Geological Structures for Petroleum Entrapment

Exploration Methods-I

Exploration Methods-II

Introduction to Oil Well Drilling

Formation Evaluation

New Evolving Technologies

REFERENCES :
1. Petroleum Exploration Handbook by Graham B Moody, Mc GrawHill Inc, ISBN 0070428670
2. Petroleum Exploration & Exploitation Practices , Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd, ISBN 8177641719

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Petro Retailing-SYLLABUS

Understanding Petroleum Retail Business

Understanding Petroleum Retail Business in India

Petro Retail Asset Management

Development in Petro Retail Sector

Revenue Management

Role of Technology in Petro Retailing

Supply Chain Management

REFERENCES :
1. Competition in a Spatial Retail Petroleum Market by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN
3838331567

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Petroleum Law & Policy-SYLLABUS

Legal Issues in Petroleum Management

Transnational and International Oil and Gas Law

Role of Law in Commercial Relations: Role of Legal System

Role of Attorney

Commercial Relationships

Governmental Relationships

Oil/Gas Contracts and Agreements

Crude Oil Sales and Transportation

Risk Management and Dispute Resolution - Arbitration

Litigation

Cases Analysis Discussions

Taxation in Petroleum Sector

REFERENCES :
1. Law of Petroleum and natural Gas by George Bryan, Nabu Press, ISBN 114236027X
2. Encyclopedia of Petroleum Laws by Harbans Lal Sarin, Universal Law Publishing Co.Ltd, ISBN
8175344881

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Petroleum Refining-SYLLABUS

Growth & Development of Refining Industry in India

Crude Oil and its Characteristics

Specifications of Petroleum Products & Related Tests

Integrated Refinery & Petrochemical Plants

Future Refining Scenario

Advances in Petroleum Refining

Hydrocarbon Loss Minimization

Energy Conservation

Gross Refining Margin

Oil Accounting

Excise & Custom Petroleum Products

REFERENCES :
1. Petroleum Refining : Technology & Economics by James H Gary, Atlantic, ISBN 0824791576
2. Petroleum Refining by James H Gary, Glenn E Handwerk, Mark J Keiser, Taylor & Francis Incl, ISBN
1420006355-BEPDF
3. Petroleum Refining Processes by James G Speight, CRC Press, ISBN 0203908643-BEPDF

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Port & Shipping Laws-SYLLABUS

Port Administration

Port Administration , Ownership & Management ( Types & Activities , Private Sector Participation
), Port policy ,EU / US Port & Transport Policy , National Port Planning , Port & State Financial
Assistance.

Port Labour & Associated Laws

Port Labour Development & Employment , Labour Split , Gang Size , Tonnage & Labour ,
Technological changes in labour employment , Labour Improvement & Training, Safety of Labour &
Cargo Regulations, Regulation involving specialized / Dangerous Cargo, ISPS Codes , , Safety of
other Personnel , Environmental Laws ( Application of Relevant MARPOL & other Rules ) , Dock
Regulations Relating to Marine Departments Operations , Rules governing immigration & health
officials.

Shipping Agency Procedures

Freight & Forwarding Regulations , Custom Procedures, Port Pricing , Immigration Laws,
Documents Required for Passenger Vessels, Clearing Procedure, Taxes and Penalties.

Shipping Laws

Birth and advent of Merchant Shipping Laws & Practices, Laws of Transportation, Regulation
governing Shipment, Trade Practices, Pollution Fire or any other exigencies import, arrest &
detention of vessels, Port Enquiry & Investigation etc.

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REFERENCES :
1 The Law Relating to : B.C. Mitra - UBA, Allahabad Merchant Shipping in India

Port Economics-SYLLABUS

What is a port?

Vessel port calls: networks

Vessel port calls: world, country, and vessel type

Ports and economic development

Containerization

World container ports

Port users and service providers

Ports in operation

Carriers

Shippers

Passengers

Port operator operating options, production, and cost

Port operator operating objectives, prices, and investment

Port governance and agglomeration

Port performance and competition

Port dockworkers

Port pollution

Port security and safety

Ports in the future

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REFERENCES :

1. PORT ECONOMICS book BY Wayne K Talley Routledge Publications.

Power Pricing & Power Purchase Agreement-SYLLABUS

Theory of Pricing

Historical Perspective of Tariff Regulation

Tariff Regulation For Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Electricity

Tariff through Competitive Bidding Process

Power Purchase Agreements (PPA)

Definitions and Interpretation

Term of Agreement

Conditions Subsequent to be Satisfied by the Sellers

Development of the Project

Construction

Synchronization, Commissioning and Commercial Operation

Operation and Maintenance

Capacity, Availability and Dispatch

Metering and Energy Accounting

Insurances

Billing and Payment

Force Majeure

Change in Law

Events of Default and Termination

Liability and Indemnification

Assignments and Charges

Governing Law and Dispute Resolution

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Miscellaneous Provisions

REFERENCES :
1. Power Pricing by Robert J Dolan, Simon & Robert J Doan, Free Press, ISBN 068483443X
2. Power Price by L Bloeichlinger
3. Electric Power Purchasing Handbook by Michael C Tierney, Pennwell, ISBN 1558402969

Power Sector Economics & Planning-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Economic Theories and their Importance

Economic Figures of Merit Used in the Energy Sector SPP, DPP, NPV, IRR

Depreciation Accounting

Tariff: Different Types of Tariffs

Environmental and Societal Benefits of Energy Technologies

Clean Development Mechanism

Regulatory Framework and Subsidy

Energy Forecasting

REFERENCES :
1. The politics of Power Sector Reforms in India by Niranjan Sahoo, Pentagon Press, ISBN 818274301X
2. Reforming Power Sector Reforms, Excel Books

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Power System Analysis & Stability-SYLLABUS


POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS

System Modeling and formation of Network Matrices


Modeling of Synchronous Machine, Transformer, Transmission Line, Load; Per-Unit (PU) System and its
Advantages, Single-Line (or One-Line) Diagram, Impedance and Reactance Diagrams, Bus Admittance
(Ybus) and Impedance (Zbus) Matrices and their Formation.

Load Flow Analysis


Load Flow Problem, Bus Classification, Power System Equations, Solution Techniques Gauss Iterative
Method, Gauss-Seidel (G-S) Method, Newton Raphson (N-R) Method, Fast Decoupled Load Flow (FDLF)
Method, Comparison of Load Flow Solution Methods.

Economic (optimal) operation of Power Systems


System Constraints, Optimal Distribution of Load between Units within a Plant, Distribution of Load
between Plants, Transmission Loss Equation, Classical Economic Dispatch with Losses.

Short circuit studies: Symmetrical Three-Phase fault analysis


Short Circuit Transient on a Transmission Line, Short Circuit of Synchronous Machines (Unloaded &
Loaded), Fault Calculations, Selection of Circuit Breakers. Symmetrical Components - Resolution of
Unbalanced Phases into their Symmetrical Components, Phase Shift of Symmetrical Components in Y Transformer Bank, Power in terms of Symmetrical Components, Sequence Impedances and Sequence
Networks, Sequence Impedance of Power System Elements (Alternator, Transformer and Transmission
Line), Positive, Negative and Zero Sequence Networks of Power System Elements. Unsymmetrical
FaultAnalysis - Single Line-to-Ground (L-G) Faults, Line-to-Line (L-L) Faults, Double Line-to- Ground
(L-L-G)

Faults,

Open-Conductor

Faults,

Unsymmetrical

Faults

on

an

unloaded

alternator,

Unsymmetrical Faults on a Power System, Faults through Impedance, Fault Current Calculations.
POWER SYSTEM STABILITY

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Steady state stability & Transient stability


Stability Problem, Rotor Dynamics and the Swing Equation, Power Angle Equation & Diagram, Steady
State Stability, Transient Stability, Equal Area Criterion and its Applications, Critical Clearing Angle,
Fault Clearing Time, Step-by-Step Solution of Swing Curve, Factors influencing Transient Stability,
Methods of improving Stability.

REFERENCES:
1. Power System Stability and Control by Prabha Kundur, Mc GrawHill Professional Publishing, ISBN
1420009249-BEPDF
2. Power System Stability and Control by Leonard L Grigsby, Taylor & Francis Incl, ISBN 1420009249-BEPDF

Power Trading-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Power Trading

Market Mechanisms

Financial and Technical Aspects of Power Trading

Legal and Regulatory Framework

REFERENCES :
1. Impacts of Emission Trading on Power Industry and Electricity Markets by Wen & Singh, Emarald Group
Publishing Ltd, ISBN 1780524471-BEPDF
2. Power System Restructuring and Deregulation :Trading, Performance & IT by Loi Lei Lai, John Wiley
Sons Incl, ISBN 047149500X

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Production Engineering-SYLLABUS

Well Testing and Well Completion


Well Head Testing, Perforation and Well Activation, Use of Compressed Air, Liquid Nitrogen,
Swabbing, Surface Layout. Production Measurement, Production Testing of Wells. Choke
Performance.

Separation Techniques
Oil and Gas Separator. Separator System Design. Optimum Separation Scheme.

Tubing Design
Multi Phase Flow in Tubing and Flow Lines. Tubing Sizing and Performance; Horizontal Well
Performance.

Gas Lifts
Continuous and Intermittent Gas Lift System, Performance and Optimization.

Pumping
Sucker Rod Pumping of Oil. Electric Submersible Pumps; Operation, Design and Optimization.

Sand Control
Sand Consolidation, Gravel Packing, Performance Design and Techniques.

Work Over
Deparaffination, Water Shut off; Squeeze Cement and Polymer Injection; Conventional and Coil
Tubing Use. Application of Liquid Nitrogen; Production Optimization: Nodal Analysis.

Intelligent well
Smarts Wells, Intelligent Wells.

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REFERENCES :
1.

Principles of Oil Well Production by Nind from Mc Graw Hill Publication

2.

Petroleum Production by William Lycon from Libro Publication.

3.

ONGC Manual on Production Engineering(Oil and Gas).

Project Management & Contract Administration-SYLLABUS

Project Feasibility Econometric Model

Project Cost Contingency, Risk and Sensitivity Analysis

Initiating a Project

Project Execution Developing a Project Schedule

Project Control Checking Project Progress with Bell and "S" Curves

Project Costs Control

Project Procurement Evaluating Bids for Major Equipment

Attributes of a Good Project Manager

Modern Trends

Contract Elements-Contract Formation

Key Business Drivers for Contract Management

The Need of Contract Management Solutions

Contract Management for Legal

The Five Cornerstones of a Contract Lifecycle Management Strategy

Justifying Contract Management

Five Myths of Contract Management

Understanding and Improving the Contracting Process

REFERENCES :
1. Contracting for Project Management by J Rodney Turner, Ashgate Rower, ISBN 0754682900-BEPDF
2. Project Management of Multiple Projects & Contracts by Loftus, Thomas Teltford

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Quantitative Techniques-SYLLABUS

Probability Distributions

Sampling and Sampling Distributions

Estimation

Testing of Hypotheses

Chi Square

Analysis of Variance

Non-parametric Methods

Simple Regression and Correlation

Time Series and Forecasting

Decision Theories

Linear Programming, Transportation and Assignment Problems

Inventory Model

Game Theory

Simulation

REFERENCES :
1. Principles of Mathematical Analysis by Walter Rudin, Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co., ISBN 0070856133
2. Introductory methods of numerical analysis , PHI, ISBN 8120327616
3. Statistics by David Freedman, Robert Pisani & Roger Purves , Viva Books Pvt Ltd, ISBN 8130915871
4. Statistics by Nadar E Narayanan , PHI, ISBN 8120342305

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Regulatory Framework of Power Sector-SYLLABUS

Power Sector Reform

Role of Regulator and regulatory issues in Power Sector

Regulatory Commissions at Centre and State

Tariff Regulations

Performance Regulation

Capacity Addition and Resource Mobilization

Rural Electrification

Power Shortage in India

International Experiences in De-regulating Electricity Markets

REFERENCES :
1. Understanding Competitive Electricity Markets-Business Analysis of Regulatory Framework for Electricity
Sector in India by Vipul Shah, ICFAI, ISBN 813140451X
2. The Politics of Power Sector Reforms in India by Niranjan Sahoo, Pentagon Press, ISBN 818274301X

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Remote Sensing & Image Interpretation-SYLLABUS

Aerial photography and photogrammetry

basic principles, photographic systems, visual interpretation and mapping. Ground truth
verification radiometer and its application.

Basic concepts of remote sensing

Idealized remote sensing system. Physics of remote sensing, electromagnetic spectrum, black
body concept, atmospheric windows, geometry of scanners, CCD arrays and platforms, history of
space imaging characteristics of space platform like LANDSAT, SPOT, IRS, etc. Characteristics of
sensors like MSS, TM, LISS I and LISS II. Outputs from various sensors.

Classification of digital data and information

Supervised, unsupervised. Extraction procedure for different applications and terrain evaluation.
Thematic interpretation, transfer of interpreted thematic information to base map. Ground
verification.

Application of remote sensing

Civil Engineering, Earth Science, Forestry, Agriculture, Oceanography, Fisheries, Water resources,
Town planning and land use/land cover mapping.

Integration of Remote Sensing, Image interpretation and GIS

Extracting metric information from Remotely Sensed images, Extracting thematic information
from Remotely Sensed images, Integration of information from remote sensing in GIS GIS
application areas.
REFERENCES :

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1. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation by Thomas Lillesand Ralph W. Keifere Jonathan Chipman.John Wiley Sons
2. Paul R Wolf , Elements of photogrammetry - Mc Graw-Hill
3. Lille sand & Kiefer, Remote sensing and image interpretation, John Wiley and Sons
4. Floyd F. Sabins Remote sensing principles and interpretation - - WH Freeman & Co.
5. John R Jensen, Introductory digital image processing - - Prentice Hall
6. George Joseph, Fundamentals of Remote Sensing- -Universities Press-Technical
7. L R A Narayan Remote Sensing and its Applications- - Universities Press

Renewable Energy Technology-SYLLABUS

The Congress Preamble

Face of Global Renewable Energy

Solar Power

Wind Energy

Biofuels

Other Energy Technologies

Overview of the Indian Renewable Energy Scenario

Solar Power

Wind Energy

Biofuels

Other Energy Technologies

Gap Analysis between Global Attainment and Indian Achievements

Performance Gap

Technological Differences

Bridging the Gap Performance

BridgingTechnology

Bridging

Action Agenda for Indias Green Future

REFERENCES :
1. Energy Technology : Non conventional , Renewable and conventional by S Rao, Khanna Publishers
2. Renewable Energy Sources and Emerging Technology by DP Kothari

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Research Methodology-Engineering/ Science-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Research

Research Design : Theoretical Research Models

Experimental Research

Sampling

Measurement in Research

Calibration & Standards for various Instruments

Measurement Errors

Online Data

Data Smoothing

Curve Fitting

Reporting Experimental Data

Design of Experiments

Report writing

Ethics in Research

REFERENCES :
1. Research Methodology-Methods & Techniques by C Rajendra, New Age Intl Pvt Ltd Publishers, ISBN
8122415229
2. Research Methodology for Engineers by Ganesan, MJP Publishers, EAN 9788180941108
3. Operations Research Support Methodology Series by A Holzman, CRC Press, ISBN 0824767713

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Research Methodology-Legal-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Research

Significance of Research in Law as Legal Profession in India

Planning of Legal Research

Investigation Methods

Methods and Tools of Collection of Data

Hypothesis

Sampling

Data Processing

Analysis and Interpretation

Research Reports

Computer Applications and Legal Research

REFERENCES :

1. Legal Education and Research Methodology by BK Das, Neha Publishers & Distributors, ISBN
8189972499
2. Legal Research & Methodology by SK Verma, M Afzal Wani, Indian Law Institute

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Research Methodology-Management-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Research

Importance of Research in Management Decisions

Identification of Problem and Formulation

Research Design

Concepts of Measurement

Attitude Scaling Techniques

Sources and Types of Data

Sampling Techniques

Hypotheses

Data Analysis

Interpretation of Data and Report Writing

REFERENCES :
1. Management Research Methodology : Integration of Principles, Methods & Techniques by KN
Krishnaswamy, Appa Iyer Sivakumar & M Mathirajan, Prentice Hall, ISBN 8177585630
2. Research Methodology in Business Management by DK Jha, Neha Publishers & Distributors, ISBN
8178848090
3. Research Methodology in Management by Prof Michael, Himalaya, EAN CHIMPUB100542

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SCADA and Telemetery-SYLLABUS

Telemetry systems

Different Telemetry Systems Including Multifunctional Ones and their Safety Aspects, Developing and
Implementing Security Features.

Monitoring and controlling

Controlling the Infrastructure Including Critical Devices & Station such as Compressors, Regulators and
Remotely Operated Valves, Range of Systems for Gas and Oil Pipelines.

Method of networking

Networking of SCADA Systems to Corporate Networks

Terrorism & SCADA

Cyber Terrorism and SCADA Systems, Encryption in SCADA Systems


REFERENCES :
1. Telemetry Principles by D Patranabis, TATA Mc Graw Hill, ISBN 0074637959
2. Telemetry by Barculo, Nova, ISBN 1606925091
3. Securing SCADA Systems by Ronald L Krutz, John Wley & Sons Incl, ISBN 047178768X-BEPDF
4. Practical SCADA for Industry by David Bailey & Edwin Wright, Newnes, ISBN 0080473903-BEPDF

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Sedimentology-Syllabus
Unit-I Introduction to Sedimentology: Sedimentary Cycle, origin of Sediments, sedimentary process,
classification of sediments and distribution of sediments.
Unit-II Classification Sedimentary rocks: 1. Clastic Sedimentary rocks; Rudaceous, Aranaceous and
Argillaceous 2. Chemical Sedimentary rocks; Limestone, travertine, diatomite and chert etc., 3.
Biochemical rocks; Lignite, peat and types of coal 4. Evaporates
Unit-III Sedimentary texture and structures: Grain analysis (size, shape, maturation and arrangement/
orientation). Classification of Sedimentary structures based on their origin, Importance of sedimentary
structures in analysis of basin, petroleum prospecting and stratigraphy.
Unit-IV Sedimentary Environments and facies: Terrestrials, transitional and Marine environments and their
facies analysis. Significance of sedimentary environment and facies studies in stratigraphy and basin
analysis.
Unit-V Stratigraphy: Recent developments in stratigraphic classification. Code of stratigraphic
nomenclature Stratotypes, Global Boundary Stratotype Sections and Points (GSSP). Lithostratigraphic,
chronostratigraphic and biostratigraphic subdivisions. Methods of startigraphic correlation including
Shaws Graphic correlation. Concept of sequence stratigraphy. Rates of sediment accumulation,
unconformities. Facies concept in Stratigraphy Walthers law. Methods for paleogeographic
reconstruction. Earths Climatic History. Phanerozoic stratigraphy of India with reference to the type
areas their correlation with equivalent formations in other regions. Determination of boundary problems
in stratigraphy and basin analysis in Indian continent.
Unit-VI Tectonics and Sedimentation: Geosynclinal concept, plate tectonic concepts, basinal concepts;
rift basin, foreland & backland basin, delta type basin, subduction basin and passive or active margin
basins. The importance of this study in various resource prospecting and basin analysis.
Reference Books:
1. Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins: From Turbulence to Tectonics by Mike R. Leeder (Author).

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2. Sedimentary Rocks in the Field: A Practical Guide (Geological Field Guide) Maurice E.
Tucker (Author).
3. Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 2e Author: Nichols, Gary.
4. Sedimentary Environments Processes, Facies and Stratigraphy Author: Reading, Harold G
5. Sedimentary Petrology An Introduction to the Origin of Sedimentary Rocks Author: Tucker, M. E
6. Principles of Sedimentary Basin Analysis Author: Miall, Andrew D
7. Principles of Sequence Stratigraphy Author: Catuneau, Octavian
8. The Geology of Fluvial Deposits: Sedimentary Facies, Basin Analysis, and Petroleum Geology
Author: Miall, Andrew D.
9. Introduction to Sedimentology second edition by S.M.Sengupta.
10 Sedimentology & Stratigraphy by F.J.Pettijohn

Ship Operations, Brokering & Chartering -SYLLABUS

Ship Operations
Organisation of shipping companies, functions of the main departments administrative, finance &
accounting, operations (and/or) commercial, technical, crew or fleet personnel, quality, legal &
marine insurance, ISPS/security, others

Market Practitioners & the Chartering Market


The freight market - dry cargo, bulk and 'tweendecker, container, Ro/ro, liner, tanker, "combos",
reefer, car carrier, passenger and sale & purchase market chartering market players - ship
owners, charterers, operators, shipper or consignor, receiver or consignee, brokers, port agents
the chartering market

Employment of Ships
Shipping costs analysis, fixed and variable costs - operating costs, voyage costs, cargo handling
costs, capital costs & repayment, contractual relationships, incoterms.

Charter Parties
Liner & tramp shipping, types of charter parties time, voyage, bareboat, coaetc, chartering
documents.

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Chartering Market Practice


Shipbroking - role of ship broker, the process of chartering, chartering negotiations, the
negotiation process, ethics and market practices.

Chartering terms & abbreviations


Chartering terms, charterpartylaytime definitions, customary abbreviations.

Charter Parties, Clauses & Phrases


Nature of a charter party, voyage charter party, time charter party, common CP clauses, charter
party forms.

Bills of Lading
Bill of lading functions, main elements of a bill of lading, non production of bills of lading, types
of bills of lading, liner shipping procedure, bills of lading and voyage C/Ps, bills of lading and
time C/Ps, bill of lading-related problems.

Laytime Calculations
Laydays and the cancelling date, laytime types, demurrage, despatch, general laytime
calculations dry cargo, liquid cargo.

Voyage Estimation
Estimate form, voyage estimates - commercial aspects, voyage charter estimations, time charter
estimating, time charter yield calculation.

Tanker Voyage Estimations


Introduction and history of worldscale, sample calculation of a worldscale rate, new worldscale application of differentials, worldscale contents, voyage estimation.

REFERENCES :
1. Ship Operations & Management, Penguin Distribution, ISBN 1908833149
2. Articles on Shipping Management Including: Albert Ballin, Freight Derivative, Baltic Exchange, Short Sea
Shipping, Shipbroking, Chartering (Shipping), Hephaestus, ISBN 1243191856

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Software Engineering & Quality Management-SYLLABUS

Introduction

What is software, What is software process, What is software Engineering, Characteristics of


Software Project, Activities covered by Software Project Management, Problems involved,
Management function related to Project Management, Feasibility Analysis, Overview of Project
Planning, Finalising Project Scope, Infrastructure, Analysing Project Characteristics, Identifying
Project goals and activities, Estimating time & effort, allocating resources, Review plan

Project Execution Approach

Choosing Technologies, Structure VS speed of Delivery Waterfall Model, V- Process Model,


Evolutionary model, Spiral Model, Software Prototyping, Incremental Delivery., Controlling
changes during project execution Software requirement study and Analysis, Software
Requirement, Specifications

Software Estimation

Need for Software Estimation, Problems with Over and Under Estimation, Software Estimation
techniques, Expert Judgement, Estimating by Anology, Function Point Analysis, Object points, LOC
based COCOMO model, Objectives of activity planning, project scheduling, sequencing and
scheduling activities, Network planning models, forward pass, backward pass, identifying critical

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path, project crashing, Project progress review, Software Design Concepts

Risk Management

Risk and its implication, types of risk, Identifying risks, analyzing risks, prioritizing risks, Risk
avoidance, Risk containment, Resource identification, Resource planning Resource allocation,
monitoring critical resources

Managing People and Organising Teams

Understanding Behavior, Motivation, Building and Managing coherent teams, Chief Programmer
team, egoless team, Leadership challenges, Software Quality, Product versus Process Quality
management, techniques to help enhance software quality, Software Validation and Verification,
Quality plans, Brief description of SEI-CMM.

Software Testing
Objectives , Black Box and White Box testing, testing of Static and Dynamic applications,
Validation testing, Integration testing, Designing a test plan, test criterion, test data, test results
analysis, Test Oracle, Software Maintenance

Software Quality Assurance

Process and product quality Quality assurance and standards Quality planning and control
Software metrics Process improvement Software configuration management.
REFERENCES:
1. Software Engineering by Rajib Mall
2. Software Project Management : Bob Hughes and Mike Cotterell- Tata McGraw Hill
3. Software Engineering a Practitioners approach Roger S Pressman Tata McGraw Hill
4. Introduction to Software Project Management & Quality Assurance : By Ince, Dorrel, Helen Sharp &
Mark Woodman
5. Software Engineering Ian Sommerville, Addison Wesley, 2004
6. Managing Software Development Projects A formula for Success By Whitten Neal
7. Mythical Man Month Essays on Software Engineering
8. Software Project Management From Concepts to Deployment Kieron Conway Dreamtech
Publications

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Software Project Management-SYLLABUS

Software Management Renaissance

Conventional Software Management

Evolution of Software Economics

Improving Software Economics

The Old Way and the New

A SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT PROCESS FRAMEWORK

Life-Cycle Phases

Artifacts of the Process

Model Based Software Architectures

Workflows of the Process

Checkpoints of the Process

Software Management Disciplines

Iterative Process Planning

Project Organization and Responsibilities

Process Automation

Project Control and Process Instrumentation

Tailoring the Process

Looking Forward

Modern Project Profiles

Next-Generation Software Economics

Modern Process Transitions

CASE STUDIES

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REFERENCES :
1. SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT:A Unified Framework book BY Walker Royce Addison-Wesley
Publications.
2. Software Project Management by Kathy Schwabe

Solid State Ionics-SYLLABUS

Types of Ionic solids- Fast Ionics Solids-Point Deffect type-Sub Lattice type Fast Ionic

materials alkali metal ion conductors - aluminas- Silver ion conductors- Cation conductorsOxygen ion conductors Halide ionconductors Proton conductors Electronic conductors with
ionic transport.

Various methods of preparation of amorphous/glassy, poly and single crystalline

materials thermal evaporation sputtering glow discharge decomposition chemical vapour


deposition melt quenching gel dissociation crystal growth technique x-ray diffraction and
differential thermal analysis-Glass transition factors determining glass transition temperatures
structure microscopic structure modeling microscopic structure examples.

Point Defect Type: Point defect type super ionic conductors transport mechanism

through defects jump frequency ionic conductivity and diffusion co-efficients defect
concentration pure and doped crystals impurity vacancy association coulomb interactionsApplication of transport theory to fluoride and Oxygen ion conductors: Molten Sub-lattice type:
Molten Sub-lattice type solid state ionic conductors Hyper manns theory Rices Strassler &
Toouchs theory Welch Diemes theory Lattice gas theory Path Probability and Moute Carlo
Methods Ionic Percolation theory Jahn , Teller Model-Dynamics- ion transport free ion model
domain model jump diffusion model and Frequency dependent conductivity.

Macroscopic properties electrical conductivity diffusion thermo electric powerMicroscopic properties x- ray diffraction studies a.c. conductivity dielectric relaxation
NMR ESR far IR Mossbauer Spectroscopy Raman Scattering Photo Electron Spectroscopy
Ultrasonic attenuation velocity.

Thermodynamic studies general aspects of solid state batteries electrolyte

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compatibility between electrode substance and solid electrolytes electrode structure interface
between electrode and solid electrolyte High temperature fuel cells solid state potentiometer
gauges for gaseous species coulometer electro-chemical capacitor eletrochromic display
system.
REFERENCES :

1. Super Ionic Solid state Ionics Material & Applications B.V.R.Chowdary World Scientific Publishing ,Singapore
2. A.R. West, Solid State Chemistry
3.S. Chandra, Superionic Solids
4. Principles of Electronic Ceramics, L. L. Hench and J. K. West, (JohnWiley & Sons, New York, 1990).

Strategic Issues in Infrastructure Creation-SYLLABUS

Understanding PPP

Introduction, New Name for an Old Game: Brief History, Respective Roles of Public and Private
Sectors, Value for Money, Benefits of PPP, Output-Based Approach, PPP and Privatization, Models
of Private Participation, Public Private Partnership or Paying for Private Profit, Indian Scenario,
Stumbling Blocks, Initiatives by the Government, Way Forward

Propelling PPP

Introduction, Policy Framework, Partnership Architecture, Procedural Network , Institutional


Structure, Sovereign Support, Government Guarantee

Risk Identification: Mitigation: Allocation

Introduction , Risk Identification, Risk Mitigation, Risk Allocation

Financial Approach

Introduction, Financing General Factors, Financing Deciding Determinants , Financing


Financial Involvements, Financing Sources and Tools, Financing Cost Components and
Financing Sequence

Contractual Framework

Introduction , Salient Features of a Concession Contract , Distinction Between a Concession


Contract and a Commercial Contract, Concession Arrangement Critical Issues , Unsolicited
Proposals , Contractual Structure

Legal and Regulatory Framework

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Introduction Legal Framework, Infirmities of Existing Legal Framework, Introduction


Regulatory Framework, Regulatory Body, Regulatory Functions, Contracting Out Regulatory
Functions, Regulation by Contract, Indian Scenario, Independent Regulators

Recognising Infrastructure

Introduction , Salient Features of Infrastructure, Importance of Infrastructure , Commercialisation


of Infrastructure, Infrastructure and Environment, Infrastructure and the Poor , Policy Framework
for Infrastructure Development , Indian Scenario , Phases of Project Development, Slow Progress ,
Way Forward

Roads and Related Infrastructure

Introduction, Salient Features of a Toll-Based PPP Road Project , Risk Profile, Toll Profile, Award
Criteria for Toll Road PPP Project, Contractual Framework of a Toll Road Project, Indian Scenario,
Encouraging Public Private Participation, Way Forward

Water and Sanitation

Introduction, Commodification of Water, Tradeable Property Rights, Salient Features of Water and
Sanitation, Risk Profile, Gradual Private Participation, Tariff Structure, Water and Subsidy , Indian
Scenario , What Ails Water Infrastructure in Urban Areas, Encouraging PPP, Commercial
Orientation of ULBs, Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM)

Urban Rail Transit

Introduction, Salient Features of MRTS , Positive Externalities, Benefits of MRTS, Risk Profile,
Tariff Structure, Metro: The Integration Leader, Train to the Plane, Value Capturing A New
Approach, PPP for Metro Rail Project

Airports

Introduction, Salient Features of Airports , Changing Trends of Airport Industry, A Multi-Product


and Complex Infrastructure, Risk Profile, Structuring the Tariff , Indian Scenario , What Ails
Indian Airports, Encouraging PPP

Ports

Introduction, Changing Trends, Salient Features of Ports, Port Assets and Services, Port
Management Models, Risk Profile, Indian Scenario, What Ails Indian Ports, Public Private
Partnership in Port Sector

Power

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Introduction, Power Sector Reforms , Salient Features of Power, Risk Profile, Models of Power
Sector, Power Subsidy , Indian Scenario, What Ails Indian Power Sector, Initiatives by Government

Telecommunications

Introduction, Reforms, Salient Features of Telecommunications , Technical Features, Risk Profile,


Digital Divide Challenges and Opportunities, Encouraging Private Participation , Indian Scenario,
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Universal Service Obligations, Encouraging Private
Participation
REFERENCES :
1. Concrete of High Performance Infrastructure by Ravindra K. Dhir by Shroff Publisher
2. Rerforming Infrastructure : Privartization, Regulation and Competion by Ioannis Kessides.- oxford
university
3. Infrastructite: rebuilding, Repairing and Restructure by Jason R. Baren.- Nova Science Publisher
4. Public Private Partnership in Infrastructure Perspectives, Principles, Practices by R. N. Joshi ISBN
13/10: 9788170947967 / 8170947960

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Structural Geology -Syllabus


Unit- I: Introduction to Structures:
What are Structural Geology?, Structural Geology and the use of Models, The interior of the earth and of
other terrestrial bodies, Relation of Structural Geology to Geology, The Structure of Continental Crust,
Mountain building activity.
Unit- II: Brittle Deformation
Fractures and Joints, Classification of Extension Fractures, Geometry of Fracture System in Three
Dimensions, Features of Fracture Surfaces, Timing of Fracture Formation, Relationships of Fractures to
other Structures, Joints, Type of Joints, Genetic classification of Joints, Faults, Type of Faults,
Recognition of Faults, determination of Fault Displacement, Fault Geometry, Normal faults,
Characteristics of Normal Faulting, Shape and displacement of Normal Faults, Structural associations of
Normal Faults, Determination of extension associated with Normal Faults, Thrust or Reverse Faults,
Recognition of Thrust faults, Shape and displacement of Thrust Faults, Structural Environments of Thrust
Faults, Analysis of Displacement on Thrust faults, Strike Slip Faults, Characteristics of Strike Slip Faults,
Structural associations of Strike Slip Faults.
Unit- III: Ductile Deformation
The Description of Folds, Geometric Parts of Folds, Fold Scale and Attitude, Genetic Classification of
folds, Types of Folding, Ultimate cause of Folding, Foliations and Lineation in Deformed Rocks,
Compositional Foliations, Disjunction Foliations, Crenulation foliations, Continuous Foliations, The
Relationship of Foliations to other Structures, Special types of Foliations and Nomenclatures, Structural
lineations, Mineral Lineations, Associations of Lineation with other Structures.
Unit- IV: Stress and Strain of structures
Force, Traction and Stress, Concepts of Stress, Types of Stress, The Mohr Diagram for Two- Dimensional
Stress, Terminology for States of Stress, Effect deformation, time, temperature and Pressure on Stress,
Measures of Strain, Special State of Strain, The representation of Three- Dimensional Strain States and
Progressive Strains, Measurement of Strain in Folds, Strain in shear Zones.
Unit- V: Structural Events and Primary structural Features:
Unconformity, Types of Unconformities, Distinguishing Faults from Unconformities, Structures of Extrusive
Igneous Rocks like Lava flows, Fissure Eruptions, Volcanos, Craters, Calderas, and Related Forms,

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Structures of Intrusive Igneous Rocks, Sill and Dyke, Basis of classification of Plutons, Concordant Plutons,
Discordant Plutons, Batholiths and Stocks, Distinction between Primary and Secondary Structures.
References:
1. Structural Geology by Robert J. Twiss and Eldridge M. Moores.
2. Structural Geology by Marland P. Billings
3. Structural Geology: Fundamentals and Modern Developments By S. K. Ghosh
4. The techniques of Modern Structural Geology. Vol. 1 Strain Analysis By John G. Ramsay and M.
I. Huber 1983.
5. The techniques of Modern Structural Geology. Vol. 2 Folds and Fractures By John G. Ramsay
and M. I. Huber 1987.
6. The techniques of Modern Structural Geology. Vol. 3 Application of Continuum Mechanics in
Structural Geology By John G. Ramsay and J. Richard.

Supersonic Aerodynamics-SYLLABUS

Shock Waves
Introductory Remarks, Point Source in a Compressible Flow,Mach Waves and Shock Waves.
a) Normal Shock waves: equation of motion for a normal shock,normal shock relations for a
Perfect Gas,Stagnation Conditions,RH Relations,Propagating Shock Waves,Weak Shock,
Reflected Shock Wave,Centered Expansion Waves,Shock Tube. Numerical examples
b) Oblique Sock Waves: Introduction, Oblique Shock Relations,M-- Relations, Shock
Polar,Supersonic Flow over Wedge,Weak Oblique Shock,Supersonic Compression, Detached
Shock. Numerical examples.

Expansion Wave
Supersonic Expansion by Turning, Prandtl-Meyer Flow, Numerical problems. Simple and non simple
Regions,Reflection and Intersection of Shocks and Expansion Waves, Mach Reflections, Method of
Characteristics, Numerical Examples

Lift and Drag in Supersonic Flows


Shock Expansion Theory, Flow Field in Supersonic,Flowfield in Supersonic Flows, numerical
problems,Thin Airfoil Theory,Analytical Determination of Lift and Drag Coefficients on Flat Plate, BiConvex ,and Diamond Shaped Sections in Supersonic Flows, numerical problems, Supersonic Leading
and Trailing Edges.

Potential Equation for Compressible Flows


Introduction, Croccos Theorem, Derivation of Basic Potential Equation Foe Compressible Flows,
Linearization of Governing Equation, Boundary Conditions,Small Perturbation Theory, Application to
Wavy Wall, Bodies of Revolution.

Airfoils in Compressible Flow


Introduction, Linearized Compressible Flow, Airfoils in Subsonic Flow, Prandtl-Glauert Transformation,
Critical Mach Number,Supercritical Flows,Airfoils in Transonic Flow, Governing Equations,Shock Wave
Boundary Layer Inter Action,Stability and Control Problems.

Measurements in Compressible Flows:

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Rayleighs Supersonic Pitot Formula, Equipment used in Supersonic Flows,Supersonic Wind


Tunnels,Heat Transfer Tunnels,Shoch Tunnels,Aero-Ballistic Ranges,Terminal Ballistic Range,Rocket
Sled Facility,Special Instrumentation for these types of Tunnels.
REFERENCES :
1. Elements of Aerodynamics of Supersonic Flows by Antonio Ferri, Dover Publications, ISBN 0486442802
2. Aerodynamics of Supersonic Flying Bodies by Ahmed Khadim Hussein, Lap lambert Academic Publishing

Supply Chain in Logistics for Port & Shipping-SYLLABUS

Introduction to SCM & Logistics


What is it &Why ?, Increased importance of Logistics, Key attributes of SCM.

International dimensions of L&SCM


Govt. Influences on foreign trade, International Commercial Terms, International trade & supply
chain specialists.

Logistical System Design


Designing Distribution Networks, Specialized location characteristics, Cost & other strategy
consider\ations.

Inventory Decisions
Classification & Costs, When to order ?, How much to order?, Inventory flows / Management &
Special.

Transportation Decisions
Modes of Transport Air, Sea, Road, Rail, Pipelines, Intermodal, Transportation Regulations,
Commercial aspects Pricing, carriage etc., Transportation management systems.

Sourcing & Procurement


S&P objectives, Supplier selection & evaluation, Quality issues & Global sourcing, Electronic
procurement, Investment recovery

Supply Chain Strategies for Port and Shipping Sector

Role of Technology & Information systems in SCM of Port and Shipping Industry
Technology & IS innovations in SCM, CRM, Internal supply chain management, Supplier relationship
management, Risk management in IT, Future of IT in SCM.

Performance Evaluation of the SCM of Port and Shipping Industry

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Need for performance management, Performance measurement system objectives, Logistics


performance levels, Logistics Audit & Performance control.
REFERENCES :
1. Maritime Logistics : A Complete Guide to Effective Shipping & Port Management by Dong-Wook Song,
Photis Panayides, Kogan Page Ltd
2. Shipping Management & Logistics Strategy by Faustino Taderera

Supply Chain Modeling & Design-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Supply Chain Integrated Planning


Fundamentals of SC Concepts, SC Planning and Modeling.

Role of Information Technology in Supply Chain Management


IT and SCM.

Supply Chain Optimization


Fundamentals of Optimisation Models, Properties of Linear Programming Models.

Application of Modeling Systems to strategic, Operational, Tactical Decision Making


Strategic analysis of Logistic supply Chain Modeling, Logistic strategy applications, postponement
strategies. Tacticall planning, Modeling system for operational planning, organisational adoption
of SC System.

Demand Forecasting in Supply Chain


Various methods of demand forecasting, demand driven supply chain.

Facility routing and scheduling


Integrated routing and Scheduling, Routing and Scheduling optimsation

Spread Sheet Modeling


Improving supply chain efficiency through Optimisation.Dynamic sourcing in reverse logistics
company, spread sheet applications.

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REFERENCES :
1. Modeling the Supply Chain by Shapiro, Cengage India, ISBN 8131501566
2. Designing and managing the supply chain, ISBN 007298239X
3. Supply Chain Modeling by Michael Wisma, Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN 3838360125

Theory of Structure-SYLLABUS

Introduction

Rolling Loads

Influence Lines

Influence Lines for Trussed Bridges

Direct and Bending Stresses

Dams and Retaining Walls

Deflection of Cantilevers and Beams

Deflection of Perfect Frames

Cables and Suspension Bridges

Three-hinged Arches

Propped Cantilevers and Beams

Fixed Beams

Theorem of Three Moments

Slope Deflection Method

Moment Distribution Method

Column Analogy Method

Two-hinged Arches

Forces in Redundant Frames

Columns and Struts

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Plastic Theory

REFERENCES :
1. Theory of Structures by RS Khurmi, S. Chand Co.
2. Theory of Structure by Arthur Morley, Rarebooksclub.com

Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer SYLLABUS

Thermodynamics
First Law of Thermodynamics, Second Law of Thermodynamics, Analysis of Engines and Refrigerators,
Third Law of Thermodynamics, Entropy, Reversibility and Irreversibility

Material and Energy Balance


Facility as an Energy System, Methods for preparing Process Flow, Material and Energy Balance
Diagrams.

Gas Power Cycles


Air standard cycles-Otto-Diesel-Dual-Work output,Efficiency and MEP calculations comparison of
the cycles for same compression ratio and heat addition,same compression ratio and heat
rejection,same peak pressure, peak temperature and heat rejection, same peak pressure and heat
input,same peak pressure and work output , Brayton cycle with intercooling, reheating and
regeneration.

Reciprocating Air Compressors & Refrigeration cycles


Single acting and double acting air compressors, work required, effect of clearance volume,
volumetric efficiency, isothermal efficiency, free air delivery, multistage compression, condition
for minimum work. Fundamentals of refrigeration, C.O.P., reversed carnot cycle, simple vapour
compression refrigeration system, T-S, P-H diagrams, simple vapour absorption refrigeration
system, desirable properties of an ideal refrigerant.

Conduction
Basic Concepts Mechanism of Heat Transfer Conduction, Convection and Radiation General
Differential equation of Heat Conduction Fourier Law of Conduction Cartesian and Cylindrical
Coordinates One Dimensional Steady State Heat Conduction Conduction through Plane Wall,

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Cylinders and Spherical systems Composite Systems Conduction with Internal Heat Generation
Extended Surfaces Unsteady Heat Conduction Lumped Analysis Use of Heislers Chart.

Convection
Basic Concepts Convective Heat Transfer Coefficients Boundary Layer Concept Types of
Convection Forced Convection Dimensional Analysis External Flow Flow over Plates,
Cylinders and Spheres Internal Flow Laminar and Turbulent Flow Combined Laminar and
Turbulent Flow over Bank of tubes Free Convection Dimensional Analysis Flow over Vertical
Plate, Horizontal Plate, Inclined Plate, Cylinders and Spheres.

Radiation
Basic Concepts, Laws of Radiation Stefan Boltzman Law, Kirchoff Law Black Body Radiation
Grey body radiation Shape Factor Algebra Electrical Analogy Radiation Shields Introduction to
Gas Radiation.

REFERENCES :
1. R.K.Rajput Applied Thermodynamics, Laxmi Publishing Co.,New Delhi,2007
2. J.P. Holman Heat Transfer, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2003
3. P.K.Nag Basic and applied Thermodynamics Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd,New Delhi,2004
4 P..K.Nag Heat Transfer, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi, 2002
5. C.P Kothandaraman Fundamentals of Heat and
6. AHRI Fundamentals of HVAC/R authors : Carter Stanfield and David Skaves; Publisher: Prentice Hall;
ISBN-13:978-0-13-222367-6
7. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology, sixth edition; Authors: Bill Whitman, Bill Johnson, John
Tomczyk, Eugene Silberstein; Publisher: Delmar; ISBN 1-4283-1936-0.
8. Heat and Thermodynamics by Ws. Zemansky, Philip-TMH

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Understanding Computer Science-SYLLABUS

Theory of Computer Science

Digital Logic

Computer organization & Architecture

Operating Systems

Practical Problem Solving & Programming

Programming & Data structures

Programming Languages

System Design

Theory of Computation

Algorithms

Databases

Information Systems & Software Engineering

Computer Networks

Web Technology

Applied Computer Sciences

Artificial Intelligence

IT Applications in Various Industries

Health, Safety and Environment

Employment & Training opportunities in Computer Sciences

Computer Science in 2030: Future Issues & Challenges

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REFERENCES :

1. Understanding Information and Computation: From Einstein to Web Science ( ) (eBook)

By Dr Philip Tetlow , ISBN:

1409461564-BEEPB

2.The Fundamentals of Formal Science: An Understanding of Computer A

3. E- Study Guide for Understanding Operating Systems, Fifth Edition: Computer Science, Software
Engineering, ISBN: 1467247049-BEEPB

Understanding Earth Sciences-Syllabus


Origin, Exterior and Interior of the Earth, Geological Work of Wind, River and Ocean., Introduction to
Minerals, Introduction to Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic Rocks, Texture, Structure and
Physical Properties of Sedimentary Rocks, Reservoir Rocks
Geological Time Scale and evolution with time, Diagenesis, Sedimentary Environment, Stratigraphic
Principles, Litho-Stratigraphy, Bio-Stratigraphy, Chrono-Stratigraphy, Introduction to Paleontology,
Fossils, Fossilization and its Importance.
Geometry, Mechanism and Classification of Folds, Faults and Joints, Surface & Subsurface Analysis;
Contour Map, Isopach Maps, Facie Maps, Cross Sections; Structural, Stratigraphic Cross Section.
Organic and Inorganic Theory for Origin of Petroleum, Primary and Secondary Migration, Factors
Controlling Accumulation, Fundamental Trapping Mechanism, Structural Trap, Strati-Graphic Trap,
Unconformity Traps. Remote Sensing, Geochemical Methods, Geophysical Methods ; Magnetic, Gravity
and Seismic.
References:
1. Mukherjee P K , A Textbook of Geology, World Press
2. Mahapatra G B, A Textbook of Geology, CBS Publishers
3. Billings M P, Structural Geology
4. Telford,W.M., Sheriff, Guldart, Applied Geophysics:
5. Lillesand, Kiefer, Chapman, Remote Sensing & Image Interpretation, Wiley publisher
6. Burrough P A and McDonnell, Principles of Geographical Informations Systems, Oxford
publisher

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Understanding General Management-Syllabus

Introduction - Nature, function, definition and importance of management, Definition, nature,


purpose and scope of management, Functions of a manager, an overview of planning, organizing,
staffing leading and controlling. Is management a science or art?

Development of Management Thought - Scientific management; Contribution of Taylor, Fayol,


Mary Follet, Elton Mayo; Hawthorne experiments, Contingency approach, Indian heritage in
production and consumption. Management and administration, Management as a profession,
Professionalism of management in India, Management ethics and management culture, Skills
required of manager, Classification of skills, Methods of skills development

Management Planning - Concept of planning, objectives, Nature, Types of plan, Stages involved in
planning, Characteristics of a good plan, Importance, Limitations of planning, Making planning
effective, Strategic planning in Indian Industry, MBO. Decision Making - Concept, characteristics of
decisions, Types of decisions, Steps Involved in decision making, Importance of decision making,
Methods of decision making, Committee Decision Making.

Organisation - Concepts, Principle of organization, Importance, Features of good organization


structure, Types of Organisation structure. Authority, Responsibilities and Accountability,
Delegation of Authority Barriers to effective delegation, Span of control.

Coordination & Direction Concept - Importance and need for coordination, Principles of
coordination, Methods of achieving effective coordination; Meaning of direction, Importance and
Principles of direction, Characteristics of good directives.

Control - Concept, planning-control relationship, process of control -setting objectives,


establishing standards, measuring performance, correcting deviations. Brief review of Traditional
Techniques & Modern Techniques of Control; Human response to control; Dimensions or Types of
Control - (a) Feed forward control (b) Concurrent Control (Real Time Information & Control), (c)
Feedback Control v) Techniques of Control.

References:
1. Essentials of Management, Harold Koontz & Heinz, Weihrich, 5th Tata McGraw Hill
2. Management Stoner, Freeman, Gilbert Jr. ,6th ,Prentice Hall
3. Fundamentals of Management, Robins ,3rd Pearson Education Asia

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Understanding HSE-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE)


OHSA Guidelines
Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policies in India
Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Management System
Policy Initiatives and Developments in HSE Culture
Human Factor in HSE
Ergonomics
Environment, Health and Safety legislation
Hazard Identification and Preventions
Transportation Hazards
Accident Investigation and Analysis
Occupational Health and Hygiene
Industrial Hazard and Equipment Hazard
Chemical Hazard
Community Hazards
Hazards in Construction and Demolition
First-Aid
Technology Development in HSE and HSE in Future
Risk Analysis and Management
Employment Opportunity, Environment Health, Safety
Awareness and Training

REFERENCES :
1 Osha.gov
2 Effective Environmental, Health, and Safety Management Using the Team Approach, Bill Taylor,John
Wiley & Son
3 Environmental Health and Safety, Herman Koren, Pergamon Press
4 Handbook of environmental health and safety: principles and practices, Herman Koren, Lewis Publishers
5 Environmental, Health and Safety Auditing Handbook [Hardcover] , L. Lee Harrison

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6 Industrial Safety Health and Environment Management Systems, R K Jain, ISBN 8174092102
7 http://ehs.unc.edu/manuals/ehsmanual/
8 http://labour.nic.in/content/innerpage/environment-at-work-place.php
9

http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/@ed_dialogue/@actrav/documents/publication/wcms_111413
.pdf
10 Management Information System for Industrial Safety Health & Environment, U K Chakrabarty

Understanding Logistics & Supply Chain Management-SYLLABUS

Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Management in India

Logistics and Supply Chain Measures

Inventory Planning & Management

Transportation

Warehouse Management

3PLs & 4PLs

Organizational Structure for Global Logistics

REFERENCES :
1. Textbook of Logistics & Supply Chain Management by DK Agrawal, MacmIllan, EAN 9781403909954
2. Logistics & Supply Chain Management by Anurag Saxena, Jaico Publishing House, ISBN 8179927288
3. Supply Chain Logistics Management, TATA Mc Graw Hill, ISBN 0070611882

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Understanding Natural Gas Business-SYLLABUS

Natural Gas Economics


Worldwide Natural Gas Economics, India's Energy Scenario and Natural Gas, Role of Natural Gas in
India's Energy Basket, Natural Gas Strategy, Natural Gas Deposits and Technical Development

Natural Gas Regulatory Framework


Drivers of Natural Gas Demand, Regulatory Issues in Pipelines, Regulatory and Legal Issues , NG
Tariffs, Exclusivity and Authorizations

Natural Gas Marketing


Introduction to Natural Gas Marketing, LNG Markets, CNG Markets, Structure and Nature of Gas
Markets, Inter Fuel Competition and Pricing of Gas

Natural Gas Trading and Contracts


Fundamentals of Natural Gas Trading , Natural Gas Trading

REFERENCES :
1. Understanding Todays Natural Gas Business by Bob Shively, John Ferrare, ISBN 0974174408
2. Handbook of Natural Gas Technology & Business by Parag Diwan, Ashutosh Karnatak, Pentagon Press,
ISBN 8182744369

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Understanding Oil & Gas Business-SYLLABUS

Basic Concepts

The Micro-System

The Exploration of Oil

Oilfield Processing

Gas Processing

Petroleum Refining

Petrochemical Industry

Transportation of Oil, Gas and Products

Health, Safety and Environment

IT Applications in Hydrocarbon Industry

Economics and Technology Trends

REFERENCES :
1. Introduction to the Global Oil & Gas Business by Vactor, PW, ISBN 1593702140
2. The Global Oil & Gas Industry by Inkpen, ISBN 1593702396
3. Oil & Gas by Neil Morris, Smart Apple Media, ISBN 1583406328

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Understanding Port & Shipping Business-SYLLABUS

Fundamentals of Maritime, Port & Shipping Sector in India

Economics of Maritime, Port & Shipping

Business Drivers of Maritime Transportation, Ports Viability & Shipping Practices in market

Containerization and Container Management

Supply Chain in the Maritime, Port & Shipping Industry

Environmental concerns, legislation & regulations and Disaster Management

Information Technology in Maritime, Ports & Shipping

REFERENCES :
1. Maritime India : Ports & Shipping by Animesh Ray, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt Ltd, ISBN
8121506913
2. Business of Shipping by Lane Kandell, james Buckley, Tidewater Publications, ISBN 0870334549
3. Shipping & Ports in the 21st Century by Brian Slack, David Pinder, Taylor & Francis Group, ISBN
0203571193-BEPDF
4. Ships in Ports by Lewis Smith, Nabu Press, ISBN 1172204594
5. Shipping Business & Maritime economics by J. McConville, Glenys Rickaby
6. Global Port Business, Roger, Stanislas; Crisell, Michaela[ed.], Euromoney Publications Plc.
7. Maritime Economics; Martin Stopford
8. The Handbook of Maritime Economics & Business; Editor: Professor Costas Th. Grammenos; 978 1 84311
901 2
9. Commercial Shipping Handbook, 2nd Edition; Peter Brodie; 978 1 84311 531 1
10. Shipping and Logistics Management ; Y.H.V. Lun, K.-H. Lai, T.C.E.Cheng
11. Svein Kristiansen, Maritime Transportation: Safety Management & Risk Analysis, Butterworth
Heinemann, USA
12. Risk Management in Port Operations, Logistics & Supply Chain Security; Lloyds Practical Shipping
Guides; Khalid Bichou, Michael G H Bell & Andrew Evans; 978 1 84311 655 4

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13. Shipping and the Environment, 2nd Edition ; Lloyds Shipping Law Library; Colin de la Rue, Charles B
Anderson;978 1 84311 323 2

Understanding Power Industry-SYLLABUS

Power Generation
Power Scenario in India, Power Demand

Power Transmission
Overview of Power Transmission Structure
HVDC

Power Distribution
Distribution Systems
Metering, Billing and Revenue Collection

REFERENCES :
1. Electrical Power Systems for Industrial Plants by Kamalesh Das, Jaico Publishing House, EAN
9788179927212
2. understanding Electric Power Systems by Frank Delea, Jack Casazza, John Wiley & Dons Incl, ISBN
0470588462-BEPDF
3. Electric Power : An Industry at Crossroads by Milton A Chase, Pragear Publishers, ISBN 0275929272

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Understanding Infrastructure -SYLLABUS

Introduction to Urbanisation

Urban Infrastructure in India

Urban Governance and Legislation

Rural Infrastructure and Governance

Public Investment and Policy Initiatives in Infrastructure

Public Private Partnership in Urban Infrastructure

Resources Mobilization and Service Delivery

Infrastructure Pricing

Structural Infrastructure and analysis of sectoral developments

Road and Rail Infrastructure

Power Infrastructure

Oil & Gas Infrastructure

Water and Sanitation Infrastructure

Communication Infrastructure

Aviation Infrastructure

Environmental Infrastructure

Technology Development and Infrastructure

Employment Opportunities in Infrastructure

Performance Evaluation of Urban and Rural Infrastructure

Infrastructure to 2030

REFERENCES :
1. Urban Infrastructure in Small & Medium Towns by SS Dhaliwal
2. Urban Infrastructure : An Introduction by Sekhar, ICFAI, ISBN 8178815524

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3. Urban Infrastructure by K Wellman, Marcus Spiller, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN 111840162X-BEEPB

Viscous Flows-SYLLABUS

Study of the Navier-Stokes equations; Stokes' problems; creeping flows; internal and external
flows; similarity and integral methods in boundary layer flows, stability and transition to
turbulence.

Introduction; fluid properties

Velocity and stress fields

Continuity; Eulers equation; N-S and vorticity equations

Exact solutions; Stokes problems

Exact solutions; Poiseuille and Couette flows

More exact solutions; inclined plane, immiscible flows

Creeping flows

Viscous particle motion

Similarity; viscous stagnation flows

Boundary layer theory; flow separation

Integral methods; Karman integral relation

Thwaites method, Transition to turbulence; topics in stability analysis

Reynolds averaging; closure models; mixing length theories

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Introduction to computational methods

Implementation of computational methods (finite volumes/differences)

Boundary Layer Theory by Schlichting and Gersten.

Physics aspects of viscous flows.

Governing viscous flow models and some analytical solutions thereof.

Randtls laminar boundary layer equations are then derived, followed by the analysis of the
boundary layer over a flat plate. Approximate ?integral? and numerical solutions of the boundary
layer equations are discussed.

estimate the laminar flow separation location.

the transition of the boundary layer from laminar to turbulent,

the turbulent boundary equations,

turbulence modeling in boundary layers.

REFERENCES :
1. White, F.M., "Viscous Fluid Flow", McGrawHill, 1991.

Well Log Analysis & Well Testing-SYLLABUS

Open Hole Logging

Basic Concepts

General Purpose Logging

Resistivity Logs

Porosity Logs

Special Logging Services

Introduction to Advanced Logging Techniques

Well Seismic Techniques

Horizontal Well Evaluation

Processing and Interpretation of Logging Data

REFERENCES :
1. Well Test Design & Analysis by George Stewart, Pennwell Books, ISBN 1593702310
2. Geological Well Log Analysis by SJ Pirson, Gulf Publishing Co., ISBN 0872019020
3. Advances in Well Test Analysis by Jr Earlougher RC, Society of Petroleum Engineers, ISBN 0895202042

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