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RATIONALE The objective of teaching this subject is to give students an in depth knowledge of various electronic audio and video devices and systems. Further this subject will introduce the students with working principles, block diagram, main features of consumer electronics gadgets/goods/devices like audio-systems, CD systems. TV, VCR and other items like digital clocks, calculators microwave ovens, photostat machines etc. Which in-turn will develop in them capabilities of assembling, fault diagnosis and rectification in a systematic way. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Audio System 1.1 Microphones: construction, working principles and applications of microphones, their types viz: a) Carbon b) moving coil, c) velocity, d) crystal, e) condenser, e) cordless etc. Loud Speaker: Direct radiating, horn loaded woofer, tweeter, mid range, multi-speaker system, baffles and enclosures. 1.3 Sound recording on magnetic tape, its principles, block diagram, and tape transport mechanism 1.4 Digital sound recording on tape and disc and (20h rs) (10 hrs)
1.5 CD system Hi-Fi system, pre-amplifier, amplifier equalizer system, stereo amplifiers 2. Television 2.1 Monochrome TV : Elements of TV communication system. Scanning- its need for picture transmission. Need for synchronizing and blanking pulses.
114 Progressive scanning- Gross structure, interlaced scanning, resolution and band width requirement, tonal gradation. Composite Video Signal (CVS) at the end of even and odd fields. Equalizing pulses and their need Monochrome picture tube – construction and working, comparison of magnetic and electric deflection of beam Construction and working of camera tube: vidicon and plumbicon, Block diagram of TV camera and the transmitter chain. Block diagram of a TV receiver: function of each block and waveform at the input and output of each block. 2.2 Concept of positive and modulation VSB Transmission Tuner 3. Colour TV 3.1 Primary colours, tristimulus values, trichromatic coefficients, concepts of additive and subtracting mixing of colours, concepts of luminance, Hue and Saturation, Representation of a colour in colour triangle, non spectral colour, visibility curve negative
Compatibility of colour TV system with monochrome system. Block diagram of colour TV camera. Colour Schemes Introduction to PAL, NTSC, SECAM systems, Advantages and disadvantages, block diagram of video camera and its explanation Construction and working principles of trintron and PIL types of colour picture tubes. Concept of convergence, purity of beam shifting Block diagram of PAL TV receiver, explanation and working
115 4. 5. 7.D. 6. Fault finding of colour T. 4. the teacher is required to show and demonstrate the gadgets and impart practical knowledge to the For that one should give home assignment and frequent . To plot the frequency response of a microphone To plot the frequency response of a loud speaker Demonstration of Microwave oven Trouble shooting of tape-recorder systems To observe the wave forms and voltage B/W and colour T.V Trouble shooting of C. 3. 9. Basic Block Diagram. Demonstration and study to VCD especially its transport mechanism. Study of a TV cable network system Demonstration of Photostat M/c Demonstration of Automatic Washing Machine (04hrs ) (06 hrs) INSTRUCTION STRATEGY This subject gives the knowledge of the various day-to-day life electronic products. VCD and DVD recording and playback 6. So. 8. 12. Tape Recorder.V receiver. 10. Working Principle and Application of: (06 hrs) (1) Cordless Telephone (2) Photostat M/C (3) Electronic Ignition System for Automobiles (4) Automatic Washing Machines (5) Microwave Oven LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. 2. students. VCD and DVD Working Principle of Tape Recorder. 11. Cable TV using internet 5. Cable Television Block diagram and principles of working of cable TV and DTH. Player Demonstration of DVD Player.
Colour Television & Video Technology by A. Consumer Electronics by Yagyik & jain.116 industrial visit should be there. New Delhi 3. Consumer Electronics by Kulwinder Kaur. 9.R Gulati by Wiley Eastern Limited. Eagle Parkashan Jalandhar. Maini CSB Publishers 5. Complete Satellite & cable Television R. Consumer Electronics by Deepak Arora . New Delhi 2.K. New Delhi 4.R Gulati New age International Publisher. Colour TV by A. Visit to TV station and TV transmitter should be arranged to give a practical exposure to the students LIST OF RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. 7. BPB Publication. Colour Television-principles & practice R. New Delhi SUGGESTED DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS FOR FACILITATING PAPER SETTER Sr No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topic Audio System Television Colour TV Cable Television VCD and DVD Basic Block Diagram. Service Manuals. Working Principle and Application Total Time Allotted (hrs) 10 20 18 06 04 06 64 Marks Allocation% 20 30 25 10 5 10 100 . 6. Colour Television Servicing by RC Vijay BPB Publication.Dhake 8.
common faults with mouse. Video display Adaptors (monochrome and Colour). Keyboard and Mouse Block Diagram of keyboard Controller. keyboard drives and printers etc. CRT Display Devices Block Diagram. LPTI. Mother Board (8 hrs) 2 Introduction to different type of mother boards. mouse. Pen Drives. common faults with hard disk drive and floppy disk drive. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Printers (8 hrs) (8 hrs) (8 hrs) . Buses and Ports (8 hrs) Different type of Buses PCI. Computers have become a necessity in Industry. Memory (8 hrs) Principle and Construction of Floppy Disk Drive and Hard Disk Drive (HDD). 3. keyboard faults. Repair and maintenance field. Single Board Based System. offices and becoming popular in homes too.2 PERSONAL COMPUTER ORGANIZATION(PCO) L T P 3 . RAM Module. introduction to solid state displays 6. This course gives organization structure and principles of working of various other components like visual display. 2. RS 232 C. Diploma holders will find employment in computer industry.118 5. SCSI and Serial and Parallel ports (COM ports) Ports COM 1. digitizer. Installation of Computer System.3 RATIONALE Persona. Block diagram of motherboard. use of computer for instrumentation. Difference between TV & Computer Monitor. keyboard switches. Floppy Disk Controller & Hard Disk Controller. 5. Introduction to scanner. 4. Principle of operation of Computer Monitor. USB.
Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Teacher should encourage the students to do assembly of PC. CD-ROM and DVD-ROM Connectors and Cables MODEM Installation of any operating system. Teacher must give hands on practice related to operation. Installation and Testing of the following devices: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY This subject gives complete knowledge regarding the Computer Hardware. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. PC Organisation by S. Delhi Keyboard Mouse Monitors FDD HDD. Maintenance. Laser Printer. Chowdhury.119 Printing Mechanism. installation etc. SMPS Specifications. Inkjet Printer. maintenance. Signals from PC to Printer and Printer to PC. Printer Controller. Construction and working principles of Dot Matrix Printer. LIST OF PRACTICALS Operation. maintenance and repair of CVTs and UPS . CMOS Set up. Centronic Interface. Partitioning and Formatting DOT Matrix Printer Laser Printer Mother board (Pentium and Celeron).
PC Organisation by Preeti Srivastva. Personal Computer Organization by Deepak Arora .Norton 6. 3. Eagle Parkashan Jalandhar. Tata McGraw Hill Publishers. New Delhi. Computers by P. 6. 5. 3. Text Book by Mark Minasi 4. IBM PC Colons by Govinda Rajalu. PC Organizatiion by Vipan Arora .120 2. SUGGESTED DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS FOR FACILITATING PAPER SETTER Sr No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topic Mother Board Buses and Ports Memory Keyboard and Mouse CRT Display Devices Printers Total Time Allotted (hrs) 08 08 08 08 08 08 48 Marks Allocation% 20 15 15 15 20 15 100 . India Publication House jalandhar.
preventive maintenance. TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED 1.Split half method 4 .3 TROUBLE SHOOTING OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT L P RATIONALE The course provides the students with necessary knowledge and competency to diagnose the faults for trouble shooting and for systematic repair and maintenance of electronic equipment and testing of components. a) Study of basic procedure of service and maintenance b) Circuit tracing techniques c) Concepts of shielding. There will not be any theory examination. NOTE: Students are to be given the awareness about the following topics during the Laboratory Work. Mean time between failures (MTBF). Maintenance policy.Test and measuring instruments .121 5. 2. corrective maintenance. Servicing and Maintenance Concepts Introduction. Modern electronic equipment. grounding and power supply considerations in instruments. Mean time to repair (MTR).Service manuals .Special tools iii) Trouble Shooting Techniques .Functional Areas Approach . potential problems. Repair. Fundamental Trouble Shooting Procedures I) Fault location ii) Fault finding aids .
logic pulsar. Field effect transistors JFET and MOSFET.V. logic probe. Transistor equivalents. Data Books on transistors 5. inductors. Use of Logic clip. Typical Examples of Trouble Shooting Here is a sample or grouping of electronic equipments whose repair can be carried out by students (any one group) Group-I Group-II Communicat Consumer ion Telephone Inverters Handsets. IC tester 6. Divergent. chokes and transformers. convergent and feedback path circuit analysis Measurement techniques Passive Components Test procedures for checking passive components. resistors. rectifier and zener diodes. Codeless Stabilizers Phones Fax Machine Mobile Phone T. Trouble-Shooting Digital Systems Typical faults in digital circuits.122 3. Semiconductor Devices (From testing procedure point of view) Diodes. capacitors. (Monochrome & Colored) Modem UPS Emergency lights VCR Group-III Group-IV Instrumenta Computer tion CRO Monitor Power Supply Printers (Laser) Printers (Inkjets) CPU Function Generators X-Ray Machines ECG Machines Scanner EEG VCD/DVD players HUB/SWITCHE Audio S Systems EPABX Fan regulator Keyboard Mouse Video Games . Photo cells. 4. Bipolar transistors. uni-junction transistors. Thyristors.
Carr and John M Brown. preparation and significance of log book and History sheet. solder tips. Repair Manuals 2. sleeves. desoldering wick. Trouble Shooting of Electronic Equipments by Deepak Arora . neon tester. Selection. fluxes. Testing of active and passive components Testing of linear integrated circuits Use of digital tools for troubleshooting digital components 2. tags. 4. Selection and use of commonly used passive components and accessories 4. soldering and desoldering methods 3. Eagle Parkashan Jalandhar. desoldering tools. solders. demonstration and correct use of tools and accessories: pliers. screw driver Accessories : insulating tapes. solder cleaning fluids. wiring. wire stripper. 5. soldering iron. 5. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology – Joseph J. wire cutter. 6. identifiers Develop skill in assembly of components. Log Book and History Sheet Introduction. Specifications of Equipment supplied by the manufacturer 3. tweezers. .123 7. Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and measurement – Richard Aston.
124 6. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing House. Repair and Maintenance by RS Khandpur. New Delhi 8. Handbook of Biomedical Engineering. Regents and Prentice Hall of India. Kumbakonam RMS .S. Khandpur. 9.R. Vidayakaruppur. Anuradha agencies Publishers. Fred J Weibell. Erich A Pfeiffer Prentice Hall of India. Principles of Bio-medical Instrumentation and Measurements by Leslie Cromwell. Modern Electronic Equipment Trouble shooting. Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology by Carr and Brown. Bio-medical Instrumentation by M Arumugam. New Delhi 10. New Delhi 7.
It involves the use of modems in synchronous and asynchronous data transmission. so vital for present day communication. 2. Their comparison with analog communication systems. 7 bit ASCII. Longitudinal Redundancy Check (LRC).125 5. electronic exchanges etc. It encompasses the modern communication network and integrated services like ISDN and Radio paging along with cellular mobile telephones. two tone modulation .4 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS – II L T P 4 .Amplitude shift keying (ASK): Interrupted continuous wave (ICW).Frequency Shift keying (FSK) . DETAILED CONTENTS 1.Redundancy. block check character (BCC). Cyclic Redundancy check (CRC). Digital Modulation Techniques: (08hrs) a) Basic block diagram and principle of working of the following: . Hamming code 3. FAX. Coding hrs) (08 a) Introduction to various common codes 5 bit Baudot code. Introduction: (04 hrs) Basic block diagram of digital and data communication systems.3 RATIONALE This course deals with the advanced digital and data communication techniques beyond the conventional communication. Vertical Redundancy check (VRC). ARQ. EBCDIC b) Code error detection and correction techniques .Phase shift keying (PSK) . parity.
and its application. Modem data transmission speed. UART. Modem interconnection. other interfaces). Block diagram of Mobile phone and its working. District Centre.126 4. Principles of space division switches. 7. PABX and EPABX. cross talk. Basic block diagram of a digital exchange and its working. Functions of the control system of an automatic exchange. Electronic Exchange: (08 hrs) 9. Introduction to PBX. PABX relation with central office. Modems: (08hrs) Need and function of modems. Mode of modems operation (low speed. echo suppressors. Special features of cellular mobile telephone. bandwidth requirements. (06 hrs) Concept of cells and frequency reuse. Function of PBX. Combined space and time switching: Working principle of STS and TST switches. medium speed and high speed modems). data transmission speeds. Block diagram of TDM and FDM telemetry system 8. Various switching offices (Regional Centre. USART: Their need and function in communication systems (06 hrs) 6. . Local Office) and their hierarchy. noise. distortion. Stored programme Control (SPC) processor and its application in electronic exchange and rural telephone exchange. Typical telephone network. Characteristics/working of data transmission circuits. Modem modulation method. Toll Centre. Modem interfacing (RS 232 Interface. Telemetry: hrs) (06 Radio-telemetry. Modern PABX capabilities Operation of Cellular Mobile Telephone System. equalizers (06 hrs) 5.
To study the construction and working of a telephone handset 7. 2. To transmit parallel data on a serial link using USART 4. Emphasize be made in the laboratory during the conduct of experiments.127 10. Observe wave forms at input and output of ASK and FSK modulators 3. visit must be arranged to the industries. Principle of operation and block diagram of modern FAX system. To study the construction and working of a FAX machine. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY This subject provides information to the students regarding the various techniques used in Digitals and Data Communication. For the better awareness taking around the world. Transmission of Hamming code on a serial link and its reconversion at the receiving end. Transmission of data using MODEM. 5. Important features of modern FAX machines. LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. 9. Facsimile (FAX) (04 hrs) Basic idea of FAX system and its applications. To study the working of a cellular mobile system NOTE: Visits to the sites of all types of telephone exchanges (including mobile and rural exchanges). Like telephone exchange. To study the construction and working of an EPABX. FAX and Carrier telephony should be made with a view to understand their working. Observe wave forms at input and output of a TDM circuit 6. 8. especially indicating the dates and locations of their visits. various cellular industries etc. A comprehensive report must be prepared by all the students on these visits. RECOMMENDED BOOKS .
2. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. Electronics communication by K.K.S. Delhi SUGGESTED DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS FOR FACILITATING PAPER SETTER Sr No 1 2 3 4 Topic Introduction Coding Digital Modulation Techniques: Characteristics/working of data transmission 5 6 7 8 9 circuits. Kataria Sons. 3. UART. 4 Communication system By A. USART: Modems Telemetry Electronic Exchange Operation of Cellular Mobile Telephone 10 System. Jamwal. Gautam S. Electronic communication systems By George Kennedy TMH Delhi. Eagle Parkashan Jalandhar.K. India publication House Jalandhar. Facsimile (FAX) Total 04 64 5 100 06 08 06 08 06 10 10 10 15 10 Time Allotted (Hrs) 04 08 08 06 Marks Allotted (%) 5 10 15 10 . Communication System II by Gurvinder Singh & Others .128 1. Communication System II by Yogesh Chabra . Delhi 5.
5 P MICROCONTROLLERS AND EMBEDDED SYSTEM L T 4 2 RATIONALE Embedded systems and Micro-controllers have also assumed a great significance in the electronic and consumer goods industry and are a very vital field. Instruction types (14 hrs) • • • Timer operation Serial Port operation Interrupts Assembly/C programming for Micro controller (14 hrs) • • • • • Assembler directives Assembler operation Compiler operations De bugger Simulator 2.129 5. Design and Interface (12 hrs) . DETAILED CONTENTS 1. The subject aims expose students to the embedded systems besides giving them adequate knowledge of Micro controllers. Microcontroller series (MCS) – 51 Overview (14 hrs) Architecture of 8051/8031 Microcontroller • Pin details • I/O Port structure • Memory Organization • Special Function Registers (SFRs) • External Memory Instruction Set. Addressing Modes.
130 Examples like: keypad interface. Introduction of PIC Micro controllers (04 hrs) 4. A/D. D/A. RTC interface.segment interface. stepper motor. LCD. 3. Application of Micro controllers in Communication System (06 hrs) . 7.
5. Lots of programming exercises may be given to the students. No. Program to Interface Sensors. 3. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY More emphasis while teaching this subject should be given on practical aspects along with the theory input. Write a Program for serial data transmission from Kit to PC. 9. Embedded GSM Applications SUGGESTED DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS FOR FACILITATING THE PAPER SETTER Sr. Microcontrollers by Mazidi 3. Familiarization with Micro-controller Kit Assembly Language Programming (PC Based) C Language Programming. Microcontrollers by Neil Makanzie 4. 8. 3. RECOMMENDED BOOKS: 1. Addressing Modes. Time Allotted (hrs) Micro controller series (MCS) – 51 14 Instruction Overview Set. result on LCD. Egle Parkashan Jalandhar. 2. 14 14 Topic Marks Allocati on 20 20 25 Instruction types Assembly language programming/C . Microcontrollers by Ayala 2. 3. 2. 1. Microcontrollers by Deshmukh 5. Write Program for D/A converter. Application of micro controllers in GSM. 6. Write Program for A/D converter.(PC Based) Write Program for LCD interface.131 LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. result on LCD. 4. 7. Mini-projects based on microprocessor and micro-controller operations may be identified and given to students as assignments. Microcontrollers & eimbedded System by Deepak Arora .
132 4. Design and Interface Introduction of PIC micro controllers Application of Micro controllers in Communication System Total 12 4 6 64 20 5 10 100 . 6. 5.
this subject finds its usefulness in the present curriculum. their construction and working which control the various parameters and operations in any industry. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. A diploma holder in industry is called upon to design . modify and troubleshoot such control circuits. Early automation systems were mechanical in design. timing and sequencing being effected by gears and cams.133 5. Basic requirements of a transducer with b) Principle of operation of the following transducers and their applications in measuring the physical quantities listed against each one of them. Slowly these design concepts were replaced by electrical drives which were controlled by relays and now by programmable logic controllers (PLCs). . display or read-out and power supply. A PLC is a solid state device. signal conditioner. many manufacturing processes demand a sequence of operation. designed to operate in noisy industrial environments and can perform all logic functions. Transducers (4 hrs) a) Distinction between active and passive transducers examples. rectify them and test the total system for good performance. A diploma holder in the field of Electronics employed for maintenance of electronic equipment/ gadgets is required to diagnose faults.6 INSTRUMENTATION AND PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS L 5 RATIONALE This subject deals with the various instruments. functions of its elements namely the transducer. In industry. PLCs are widely used in all industries for efficient control operations. 2. Thus there is a need of introducing diploma holders to the basics of Instrumentation. (4 hrs) Introduction to instrumentation 3 P Basic Measurement System. Looking at the industrial applications of PLCs in the modern industry. which are to be performed repetitively.
Strain gauge displacement .134 Transducer quantities c) Variable Resistance Type (08 hrs) . displacement displacement pressure. Other Types (08 hrs) Solid State Sensor Thermocouple Piezoelectric device Temperature Temperature Force . displacement and position Pressure force.Potentiometeric force Resistance device .Thermistor d) Resistance hygrometer Physical Displacement and Torque and Temperature Humidity Variable capacitance type (06 hrs) Variable capacitance Pressure gauge Dielectric gauge Liquid Level and Displacement and pressure thickness e) Variable inductance type (06 hrs) f) LVDT Burdon pressure gauge Strain gauge Pressure force. force.
output impedance. Advantages of PLCs over electromagnetic relays.p. Output Devices and Displays (04 hrs) Basic principles of operation.m displacement Temperature Flow 3. Power Supply 7. drift. constructional features and application of the following: a) Graphic Recorder b) X-Y Recorder 5. dc offset. I/O Structure Programming terminal. Architectural details – Processor Memory structure. Signal Conditioners (08 hrs) Characteristics of instrumentation amplifiers in aspect of input impedance. relating to suitability of these characteristics for amplifying signals from various transducers. 6. limitations of relays. common mode rejection ration. Different programming languages. noise. Introduction to PLCs (10 hrs) What is PLC. PLC manufacturer etc. frequency response. Working of PLC (08 hrs) Basic operation and principle of PLC. Need and working of a typical isolation amplifier 4.135 Photoelectric devices Proximity probes Digital transducer Bimetallic thermometer Basic principles of Magnetic and ultrasonic How meters Light r. Instruction Set (06 hrs) . gain.
136 Basic instructions like latch. not equal. Applications of PLCs Assembly CNC Machines Packaging Process controls Car parking Doorbell operation Traffic light control Sorting of objects etc Microwave Oven Washing machine ( 04 hrs) LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Ladder diagram programming (04 hrs) Programming based on Basic instructions. sequencer to comparison instruction using ladder diagrams. greater. resetting of timers. Comparison instruction like equal. Counter instructions like up-counter. Sequencers. 9. down counter. Measurement and plot of characteristics of optical devices like Characteristics of light operated switch using photo-transistor Measurement of strain using strain gauge. photocells. Timer instructions like on-delay timers. timer counter. 2. 8. and LDR . input sequencers time driven and event driven sequencers masking etc. master control self holding relays. limit etc. retentive timers. off-delay timers. less than. photodiodes. less than equal mask equal. output sequencers. greater than equal. resetting of counters. 3.
ladder diagram concepts. entering and testing programs using computers for the following operations. 5. 4. To assemble and test an instrumentation amplifier measure its gain.137 4. 6. NOT. AND. 10. functions Logic control systems with time response as applied to clamping operation Sequence control system e.g in lifting a device for packaging and counting Use of PLC for various mechanical outputs viz motion of a piston in a single cylinder multiple cylinders. Familiarization of the working of PLC Writing entering and testing programs programmer for the following operations Ladder Logic Timers Counters Sequencers using a hand-held Measurement of pressure using Bourdon Tube. 8. Familiarization with the working of PLC Components/sub-components of a PLC. Writing. driving machine operation etc. 7. learning functions of different modules of a PLC system Introduction to step 5 programming language. 5. OR. Measurement of temperature using thermistor and Measurement of humidity using humidity meter Measurement of linear and angular displacement thermocouple. 8. 6. 2. 7. 3. . 9. input and output impedance. Study an X-Y records and graphic recorder 9. instruction list syntax Basic logic operations. PLCs 1.
Frequent visits to nearby process industries will be of immense help to the students. More emphasis may be given to practical work. be designed and implemented. instruction set. operation. maintenance and calibrations. The inputs shall start with theoretical inputs to architecture. The transducers and measuring devices must be shown to the students and they should be trained in the selection. Small projects may be identified. assembly language programming. PLC ladder diagram and programming should be supplemented with visits to industry.138 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY The teacher should explain the scope of various measuring devices and their practical application in the field. .
Module on “Allen Bradlag PlC (SLC 500). Institution set-1. Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements by A. Electronic Instrumentation by Cooper. McGraw Hill 8.K. Sawhney. NITTTR Chandigarh 9. 4. Prentice Hall of India. International. Inc.139 RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. Module on “PLC Applications based on SLC 5/03” By Rajesh Kumar. 2. New Delhi Programmable Logic Controller by Job Dan Otter. 6. New Delhi Transducers by Peter Norton Mechanical and Industrial Measurements by R. Chandigarh 10. Curits. 5. EE Edition. Dhanpat Rai and Co. Prentice Hall of India. NITTTR Chandigarh SUGGESTED DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS FOR FACILITATING PAPER SETTER Sr No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Topic Introduction to instrumentation Transducers Signal Conditioners Output Devices and Displays Introduction to PLCs Working of PLC Instruction Set Ladder diagram Time Allotted (hrs) 04 32 08 04 10 08 06 04 Marks Allocation% 5 35 10 5 15 15 5 5 . Jain. USA 7. Module on PLCs and their Applications by Rajesh Kumar. P. Introduction to PLCs by Gary Dunning. New Delhi. Khanna Publishers.K. by Rajesh Kumar. New Delhi Process Control Instrumentation Technology by Johnson.H. 3. NITTTR.
140 programming Applications Total 9. 04 80 5 100 .