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Annexure-I: List of Open Elective/Professional 35

Science courses offered by ALL departments

Annexure-II: List of Liberal Learning courses offered 36

at Institute level

List of Abbreviations

Sr. No. Abbreviation Stands for:

1 DEC Departmental Elective Course
2 PSC Professional Science Course
3 PCC Program Core Course
4 LC Laboratory Course
5 HSSC Humanities and Social Science Course
6 MLC Mandatory Learning Course
8 LLC Liberal Learning Course
9 BSC Basic Science Course
Effective from A. Y. 2013-2014
Semester I:

Sr. Course Type/ Subject Title Contact hours Credits

No code
01 DE/EE-09001 *Open Elective/ Science 3 - - 3
Elective/Mini Project
02 PCC/EE - 09002 Microcontrollers 3 - - 3
03 PCC/EE - 09003 Electrical Machinery-II 3 1 - 4
04 PCC/EE - 09004 Power Systems -I 3 1 - 4
05 PCC/EE - 09005 Signal Processing 3 - - 3
06 LC /EE - 09006 Power Systems Lab -I - - 2 1
07 LC /EE - 09007 Electrical Machines lab-II - - 2 1
08 LC /EE - 09008 Industrial Electric System 2 - 2 3
09 LC /EE - 09009 Microcontroller lab - - 2 1
10 HSSC/AS-09002 Humanities course 2 - - 2
Total 19 2 8 25
*Departmental Elective (DE):
1. Engineering Optimization 2. Linear Algebra

Semester II:

Sr. Course Type/ Subject Title Contact hours Credits

No code
01 Open Elective/Science 3 - - 3
Elective Course
OEC /SEC Refer to Annexure I
02 PCC/EE - 09010 Control Systems-I 3 1 - 4
03 PCC/EE - 09011 Power Systems -II 3 - - 3
04 PCC/EE - 09012 Power Electronics 3 1 - 4
05 PCC/EE - 09013 Power System Protection 3 - - 3
06 LC/EE - 09017 Power Systems Lab -II - - 2 1
07 LC/EE - 09014 Control System lab-I - - 2 1
08 LC/EE - 09015 Power Electronics Lab - - 2 1
09 LC/EE - 09016 Digital Signal Processing lab 1 - 2 2
10 MLC/ML- 09001 Constitution of India 2 - - 2
11 LLC/LL- 09001 Refer to Annexure II - - - 1
Total 18 2 8 25
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks
Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Introduction to optimization, classical optimization: single variable,
multivariable optimization techniques, linear programming: simplex method,
duality, transportation problems, non-linear programming: one dimensional
minimization methods, unconstrained optimization, dynamic programming:
development of dynamic programming, principle of optimality, practical aspects
of optimization: reduced basic techniques, sensitivity of optimum solution to
problem parameters.

Reference Books :-

 S.S.Rao, ”Optimization-Theory and applications”, Wiley Easter Publications.

 K.V.Mittal, ”Optimization Methods”, Wiley Easter Publications.
 Gillette, ”Computer Oriented Operation Research”, Mc-Graw Hill Publications.
 Bazara, Sherali, Shetty, ”Non-Linear Programming Theory and Algorithms”, John Wiley
and Sons, Inc.
 Bertsekas D.P, ”Constrained Optimization and Lagrange Multiplier Methods”, Academic
Press, New York, 1982.


Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Contents :
Vector spaces: basis and dimension, direct sums determinants: theory of
determinants, Cramer‟s rule, linear transformation: rank-nullity theorem, algebra of
linear transformations, dual spaces, linear operators, eigen values and eigenvectors,
characteristic polynomial, Caley-Hamilton theorem, minimal polynomial, algebraic and
geometric multiplicities, digitalization, Jordan canonical form, bilinear forms:
symmetric, skew symmetric and Hermitian forms, Sylvester‟s law of inertia, spectral
theorem for Hermitian and normal operators on nite dimensional vector spaces,
numerical linear algebra and applications: numerical linear algebra: direct and
iterative methods of solutions of linear equations, matrices, norms, complete metric
spaces and complete normal linear spaces,least square problems, applications:
complementary orthogonal spaces in networks, properties of graphs and their relations
to vector space properties of their matrix representations, solution of state equations
in linear system theory.

Reference Books :-

• Artin M. , ”Algebra”, Prentice Hall of India,1994.

• Herstein I.N., ”Topica in Algebra”, Vikas Publications, 1972.
• Strang G., ”Linear Algebra and its applications”, Third edition, Saunders, 1988.
• Hoffman And R.Kuunze, ”Linear Algebra”, Prentice-Hall India, 1986.
• E.Kreyszig, ”Introductory functional analysis with applications”, John Wiley, 1978.


Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures:3hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (10 hrs)

Microcontroller Basics:
8-Bit and 16-bit Microcontroller Internal Block Diagram, CPU, ALU, address bus, data
bus, control signals, Working Registers, SFRs, Clock and Reset circuits, Stack and use
of Stack Pointer, Program Counter, I/O Ports, Memory structure, Data Memory,
Program Memory, and Execution of Program. Power saving modes and its operation.
Timing Diagram: Timing diagram for execution cycle. Different Addressing Modes,
Interrupts priority, interrupt handling, housekeeping during power on and power
situations, self check and recoveries.

Unit 2 (8 hrs)

On Chip Peripheral Interfaces:

Interfacing concept and design rule , Interfacing of digital input and output pin PWM,
ADC, I/O Pins, Timers, counters, Interrupts, UART, I2C, SPI, ICSP, DATA EEPROM,

Unit 3 (8hrs)

External Interfaces-1:
A to D, D to A, LCD, LED & keyboard interfacing, I/O expansion techniques, Memory expansion
techniques,RS232, RS 485 transceivers
Unit 4 (6 hrs)

External Interfaces-2:
Stepper motor interfacing, DC Motor interfacing, sensor interfacing, Introduction to CAN
Protocol and its interfacing, USB protocol and its interfacing, Blue-tooth, Zig-bee protocol and
its interfacing. Voltage level conversion, Bus Termination, Bus interfacing, Digital I/O
interfacing requirements, Timing requirements.

Unit 5 (10 hrs)

Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Microcontrollers:

Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Microcontroller, Study of datasheets,
programming using assembly language and C, programming tools such as simulator,
assembler, "C" cross compiler, emulator and debugger. Illustrative applications and
programming techniques, Tutorial programs should include programming using: Arithmetic
instructions, Jump, Loop and Call instructions, I/O programming, Logic instructions, Single bit
instructions, Timer/Counter Programming, UART programming, Interrupt Programming.

Unit 6 (6 hrs)

Introduction to Advanced Microcontrollers:

16 bit Micro-controllers – overview; features, architecture, file selection register, Memory
organization, Addressing modes, Instruction set, Interrupt handling.

Text Books:

 The 8051 Microcontroller: A System Approach by Muhammad A. Mazidi, 1st Ed., PHI,
 8051 Microcontroller by Ayala, 3rd Ed., Cengage Learning Publication, 2004

Reference Books:
 Arm System Developer's Guide: Designing and Optimizing System Software - Andrew N.
Sloss, Elsevier Publication, 2005
 Embedded System - Raj Kamal, 2nd Ed.,TATA McGraw Hill, 2009.
 Embedded C Programming and the ATMEL AVR by R H Barnett 2nd Ed., Cengage
Learning Publication, 2006
 Designing Embedded System with PIC microcontroller, Tim Wilmshurst, 2nd Ed.,
Newnes Publiaction, 2009

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Demonstrate the limitations and strengths of different types of microcontrollers
and their comparison.
 Know the internal architecture of 8051/AVR microcontroller and their
programming and other salient features.
 Show the technical knowhow about interfacing with different devices and
develop and implement for experimentation.
 Design and program for the applications like speed control of motors etc.
 Build and experiment with microcontrollers for simple applications.


Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (7 hrs)

Basic Concepts in A.C. Machines:

Classification of A.C. Machines, principle of operation and constructional features of synchronous
and induction machines, rotating mmf waves in A.C. Machines.

Unit 2 (7 hrs)

Armature windings:
Introduction, ac machine windings, winding factors, the emf equation, harmonics in generated emf,
causes of harmonics and their suppressions.

Unit 3 (9hrs)

Synchronous Machines :
Construction, types, armature reaction, circuit model of synchronous machine, determination of
synchronous reactance, phasor diagram, power angle characteristics, parallel operation of
synchronous generators, synchronizing to infinite bus bars, two axis theory, synchronous motor
operation, characteristic curves, synchronous condenser, dynamics.

Unit 4 (8 hrs)

Three phase Induction (Asynchronous) Motor:

Types of induction motor, flux and mmf waves, development of circuit model, power across air gap,
torque and power output, oc and sc tests, circle diagram, starting methods, cogging and crawling,
speed control, deep bar/ double cage rotor, induction generator, induction machine dynamics, high
eficiency induction motors.

Unit 5 (6 hrs)

Fractional Kilowatt Motors:

Introduction, single phase induction motors, double revolving field theory, circuit model of single
phase induction motor, determination of circuit parameters.

Unit 6 (6 hrs)

Special A.C. Machines:

Single phase synchronous motors, permanent magnet ac motors, ac servomotors

Text Books:
 D. P. Kothari, I. J. Nagrath,”Electric Machines “, Tata McGraw Hill Publication, Fourth
edition, reprint 2012.
 A.E. Fitzgerald, Charles Kingsley Jr., Stephen D. Umans ,”Electric Machinery “, Tata
McGraw Hill Publication, sixth edition 2002.

Reference Books:
 M. G. Say,” Alternating current machines”, fifth edition, E.L.B.S. Publication.
 A. F. Puchstein, T.C. Lloyd, A.G. Conrad, “Alternating current machines”, John Wiley and
Sons, New York 1954.
 P. C. Sen, “Principles of Electric Machines and Power Electronics “, John Wiley and Sons
Publication, second edition 1997.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Analysis of constructional details of AC machines
 To evaluate the steady state behavior and basic operating characteristics of A.C
 Analysis of Armature winding in A.C machines.
 Development of analytical skills to assess machine performance in steady state

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (7 hrs)

A perspective, brief introduction to generating stations, structure of power systems, growth of
power system in India, present Indian power industry, power system engineering and power
system studies, GRID formation, concept of National GRID, overview of conventional and non
conventional power generation.
(B) Complex power:
Introduction, concept of real, reactive and complex power and their effects on power system
operation, per unit system, change of base.
(C) Transmission line parameters:
Resistance, inductance and capacitance of single phase and three phase line, concept of GMR
and GMD, Skin effect, Proximity Effect, Corona effect.

Unit 2 (7 hrs)

Models and performance of transmission line:

Transmission line models - short, medium and long lines, voltage and current waves, surge
impedance loading of TL, complex power flow through transmission lines, power transmission
capability, Ferranti effect, Tuned power
lines, methods of voltage control.

Unit 3 (7hrs)

Power system component modeling and analysis :

Synchronous generators: generator model, steady state characteristics, power transformer:
three phase transformer connections, modeling of three winding transformer, network model
formulation, formation of bus admittance matrix, transient on a transmission line, synchronous
machine transients, determination of transient constants, DC component of stator currents.

Unit 4 (7 hrs)

Symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis:

Transients in RL series circuits, short circuit currents and reactance of a synchronous machine,
internal voltages of loaded machines under transient conditions, selection of circuit breakers,
symmetrical components of unsymmetrical phasors, effect of the transformation on power,
sequence impedances and sequence networks of power system, single Line to Ground (LG)
faults, Line-to-Line (LL) faults, Double Line to Ground (LLG) faults and open conductor faults.
Unit 5
(7 hrs)

Power flow analysis:

Power flow equations and solution techniques. Gauss-Seidal method, Newton-Raphson
method, decoupled and fast decoupled methods, comparison of power flow methods, power
flow simulation software.

Unit 6 (7 hrs)

Power system stability:

Steady-state and transient stability concepts, rotor dynamics and swing equation, equal area
criterion, step by step solution of swing curve, multi-machine stability, factors affecting
transient stability.

Text Books:
 Grainger John J and W D Stevenson Jr,”Power system analysis” Mc-Graw Hill.
 I. J. Nagrath, D. P. Kothari, “Modern Power System Analysis” (3rd Edition), Tata McGraw
Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 2003.

Reference Books:
 O. I. Elgerd, “Electrical energy systems theory: An introduction” Tata McGraw Hill,
edition 1999.
 Hadi Sadat,” Power system analysis”, McGraw Hill International, 1999.
 A. R. Bergen and Vijay Vittal,“Power system analysis”, (2nd edition), Pearson Education
Asia, 2001.
 J. D. Glover and M. Sarma ,“Power System Analysis and Design “, (3rd Edition), Brooks/
Cole Publishing,2002.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Get the knowledge of power system and its components, structure, evolution and
national level scenario.
 Estimate the parameters of transmission line, understand its operation, role and select
the model for various studies.
 Be able to model and analyze different power system components like generators,
transformers etc.
 Analyze symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults on power system, compute fault currents
and use the information for protection purpose.
 Perform power flow studies and interpret the results using commonly available
 Analyze the concept of steady state stability, its evaluation and its importance.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures : 2 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (8 hrs)

Basics of Signals and Systems:

Introduction and Classification of Continuous Time Signals, Discrete Time Sequences and
Systems, Elementary Operations on Signals and Sequences, Properties of Systems, Sampling
theorem, Periodic Sampling, Frequency-Domain Representation of Sampling,Reconstruction of
Samples. Discrete Time processing of Continuous -time Signals, Continuous Time Processing
of Discrete-Time Signals.

Unit 2 (8hrs)

Linear Time Invariant Systems:

Time Domain Representations of Continuous and Discrete time Linear Time Invariant (LTI)
Systems, Properties of LTI Systems, Impulse Response, Convolution, Differential Equation
Representation for continuous time LTI system, Linear Constant - Coefficient Different
Equation Representation for discrete time LTI sysem, Block Diagram and State Variable
Representation of the System.

Unit 3 (6hrs)

Fourier Representation of the Signals:

Signal Analysis - Discrete and Continuous, Periodic and Non-Periodic, and Synthesis In Fourier
Domain, Properties of Fourier Representations, Application of Fourier Representations.

Unit 4 (6 hrs)

Laplace Transform and its Applications:

Laplace Transform, Analysis and Synthesis of Network Systems Using Laplace Transforms,
Solving Differential Equations with Initial Condition.

Unit 5 (6 hrs)

Definition, convergence. Properties of Z-Transform, Inverse Z-Transform. System
Function for Discrete-Time systems Characterized by Linear Constant-Coefficient Difference
Equations. Recursive and Nonrecursive Structure, Block Diagram and Signal Flow Graph
Representation of Discrete-Time systems. Basic Structure for FIR and IIR Systems.
Unit 6 (6 hrs)

Discrete Fourier Transform:

Discrete time Fourier series and its convergence, discrete time Fourier Transform, its properties,
frequency response. Introduction to DFT in time domain and frequency domain, Derivation of DFT
from DTFT, Inverse DFT, Convolution using DFT, Computational Complexity of the DFT, Decimation-
in-time FFT Algorithm, Decimation In Frequency FFT Algorithm, Comparison of DIT AND DIF
algorithms. Introduction to FIR and IIR Filter Design.

Text Books:
 Signals and systems by Oppemheim, Willsky and Nawab 2nd, Ed., Pearson(low price),
 „DSP: Principles, algorithms and applications‟ by Proakis and Manolakis, 4th edition,
Prentice Hall, 1996

Reference Books:
 Signals and systems by Hwei Hsu, 2nd Ed., Schaum‟s series, McGraw Hill, August
 Signals and Systems by Simon Haykins and Barry Van Veen, 2nd Ed., John Wiley
and sons, 2005
 Discrete-Time Signal Processing (3rd Edition) by Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W.
Schafer, Prentice Hall; Aug 2009.
 Signals and Systems by Michael J. Robert, TMH, 2007.
Linear Systems and Signals by B. P. Lathi, 2nd Ed., Oxford University Press, 2009

Course Outcomes:
At the end of course the student will be able to:
 Know the advantages and limitations of digital signal processing over analog signal
 Select a proper device for their application based on desired accuracy, bit size
requirement, etc.
 Identify a system as an LTI system and comment on its stability.
 Find out the impulse response of the system provided the input signal and the desired
output is known.
 Know and apply DSP techniques for a few applications in power system.
 Develop programs for some simple application using digital signal processor.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical: 2 hrs/week Term Work : 50 Marks
Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

The laboratory consists of minimum ten experiments from following list and any other
experiment based on the prescribed syllabus

List of Experiments:


1. Effect of VAR compensation on receiving end voltage profile of distribution line.

2. Measurement of sub-transient reactance of a salient pole machine by static method.
3. Measurement of sequence reactance of a synchronous machine.
4. Synchronization of synchronous generators of MSTCL Grid.
5. Visit to HV/EHV substation, power generating station.

Group II (minimum four using MATLAB/ PSCAD)

1.Simulation of typical power system- familiarization with generator, line and load models.
2. Simulation of the effect of line parameters on performance of transmission line.
3. Simulation and analysis for a symmetrical three phase fault by simulation.
4. Computer aided solution of power flow problem by Gauss Siedal/ Newton-Raphson
5. Formulation of Y-bus matrix using computer program.
6. Simulation and analysis of unsymmetrical fault - LL, LG and LLG.
7. Determination of steady state power limit of a transmission line.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Model electrical power system for steady state and transient studies.
 Use MATLAB and ATP/PSCAD on power system studies.
 Analyze the reactive power requirement of lines, voltage profile along the line and VAR
 Analyze the symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults.
 Compute the Y-bus matrix, perform load flow and interpret the results.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical: 2 hrs/week Term Work : 50 Marks
Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

The laboratory consists of minimum eight experiments from following list:

List of Experiments:

1. O.C. and S.C. test on Alternator: Determination of its regulation by the EMF method
and MMF method.
2. Direct loading test on three phase Alternator.
3. Determination of axis reactance's of salient pole synchronous machine- Slip Test.
4. Zero power factor test on alternator: Regulation by Potier method and A.S.A. method.
5. Synchronizing of alternators: Lamp Methods and use of synchroscope.
6. Self and separately excited alternator operation.
7. Load test on three phase squirrel cage induction motor.
8. Determination of Squirrel cage induction motor performance from Circle diagram.
9. Load test on three phase Slip ring induction motor.
10. Effect of rotor resistance on starting torque and maximum torque for three phase Slip
ring induction motor.
11. Determination of equivalent circuit parameters of single phase induction motor.
12. Load test on single phase induction motor.
13. Operation of induction motor on unbalanced supply.
14. Operation of induction motor as induction generator.
15. “V" and inverse V" curves of synchronous motor at no load and constant load.
16. Measurement of load angle of synchronous machine.
17. Load test on Synchronous motor at various voltages and frequency.
18. Load test on Induction motor at various voltages and frequency.
19. To study test codes for Induction machines.
20. To study test codes for Synchronous machines.
21. Study of induction motor starters.
22. Study of ISI- standards for Energy efficient motors.
23. To study the flux distribution and saturation of Synchronous machine at various load
angle using FEM package.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Analysis of constructional details of Synchronous and Induction machines.
 Determination of Induction motor parameters by performing no load and blocked rotor
 Determination of efficiency Induction machine by performing load test.
 Evaluation of steady state characteristics of synchronous machine.
 Determination of efficiency and regulation of Alternator.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures : 2 hrs/week Term Work : 50 Marks
Lab: 2 hr/week Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

Unit 1 (8 hrs)

Distribution System Design:

Transformer sizing, safety margins and standard look up tables as reference, Symbols and
Single line diagram representation of LT system. Introduction to PCC, MCC panels, Cable and
Switchgear selection, panel metering systems, Earthing design, Power factor correction – kVAR
calculations, type of compensations, Fixed/Variable bank selection, Introduction to APFC and
overview of filter design.

Unit 2 (8 hrs)

Industrial Automation:
PLC based control system design, Drives - types, advantages & disadvantages and
Introduction to SCADA system for distribution automation.

Unit 3 (8 hrs)

Illumination system design:

Lightning schemes, Lamps/Tubes selection, Indoor-Outdoor Lightning scheme design.
Purchase procedure, Quotations, Comparative statements, Purchase orders, Introduction to IE
Act 2003, Indian Electricity rules – 1956.

List of Experiments:

1. To study various electrical systems

a. Lift systems
b. Automobile electrical systems
c. Automatic battery charger
d. Automatic star-delta starter.
2. To study various fuses and inverse time characteristic of fuse.
3. To study various MCB‟s, ELCB‟s,MCCB‟s and plot inverse time characteristics of MCB‟s.
Study of MCB protection co-ordination
4. To study earth tester and testing of earthing system.
5. To study megger and testing of wiring installation, cable, MCB‟s, insulators etc. using
6. To study 15 hp AC drives and its applications in industrial controls.
7. PLC based control of Electrical distribution system.
8. Motor control circuits.
9. Automatic water level controller.
10. Study of DOL starter, contactor, relay settings, timers in motor control.

Text Books:

 S.L.Uppal and G.C.Garg, “Electrical Wiring, Estimating & costing”, Khanna publishers, 6th
edition 2009
 K.B.Raina and S.K.Bhattacharya, “Electrical Design, Estimating & costing”, New age
International Publisher, Reprint 2009

Reference Books:

 Surjeet Singh, “Electrical estimating and costing”, Dhanpat Rai and Co.,second edition,
2001, reprint 2008.
 Web site for IS Standards.
 Technical manual of Switchgear Industry.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Design the electrical wiring systems for residential, commercial and industrial
consumers, representing the systems with standard symbols and drawings, SLD.
 Propose the proper sizing of standby sources (like DGs, UPS and Inverter).
 Develop control logic for distribution automation.
 Execute electrical design of distribution transformer, single and three phase induction
motor and synchronous machine.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical: 2 hrs/week Term Work : 50 Marks
Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

The laboratory should consist of minimum eight experiments based on the following topics:

List of Experiments:

 89c51 Assembly language programming using cross-assembler.

 Stack and Stack arithmetic operations, Subroutines and parameter passing via register,
 Timers and its applications
 Serial Communication.
 Interfacing with Push buttons, LEDs, Key matrix, Seven Segment and LCDs, ADC,
Stepper motors and External memory

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Get the hands on experience with the software-tools like assembler, simulator, C-
 Interpret the datasheets related to the microcontroller, DSP and its peripherals.
 Program microcontroller and associated peripheral devices.
 Interface microcontroller with commonly used devices.
 Use microcontroller for specific applications such as speed control of stepper motor.
 Execute simple programs using DSP.
AS - 09002 Humanities course/ Applied Psychology

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures : 4 hrs/week 100 marks:
Practical : 2hrs/week Assignments /Practical(T1 and T2)-
40 Marks,
End - Sem Exam – 60 Marks
Unit 1 (4 hrs)

Introduction to Psychology:
Definition, Nature and Aims, Counseling, Industrial and Social Psychology, Creativity and its
Mind Mapping and Problem Solving, Self Awareness, Johari window.

Unit 2 (6 hrs)

Carl Jung‟s type theory, Bandura‟s Social learning, Big Five model Indian Perspective on
Personality- Panchakosh Model, SWOT analysis, life planning, emotional intelligence.

Unit 3 (8 hrs)

Organizational Behaviour:
Behaviour at workplace (personality, attitude and perceptions), Motivation, Job satisfaction,
Leadership and Group dynamics, Engineering Psychology (Ergonomics), Man-machine
relation, Group dynamics, Transactional analysis

Unit 4 (4 hrs)

Stress Management:
Nature, types and causes of stress, General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS), Coping with
Stress- Cognitive, Emotional, and Behavioural techniques, Type A and B theory.

Text Books
1. Morgan, C.T., King, R.A., Weisz, J.R., & Schopler, J. (2001). Introduction to
Psychology. 7th Edition. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill
2. Schultz, D. & Schultz, S. E. (2002). Psychology and Work Today. 8th Edition. Pearson

Reference Book
1. Hilgard, E. R., Atkinson, R. C., Atkinson, R.L. (1975). Introduction to Psychology. 6th
Edition. New Delhi: Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
2. Golman, Daniel. (1998). Working with Emotional Intelligence. Bloomsbury Publishing
3. Matthewman, L., Rose, A., & Hetherington, A. (2009). Work Psychology. Indian
Edition. Oxford University Press.

Practical Work

Teaching Scheme Examination

Practical: 2 hrs/week Term-work: 50 Marks
Oral: 50 Marks

List of Experiments:

1: Self Awareness (20 Marks) (4 hrs)

Aims/Objectives for the Year- Newspaper Activity, SWOT analysis, Personal Effectiveness
Scale, Johari Window.

2: Level of Adjustment (10 Marks) (6 hrs)

Adjustment Inventory By M.L. Saxena, Interpretation and Explanation

3: Stress and Personality (15 Mark) (8 hrs)

Student‟s Stress Scale by Dr. Manju Agrawal, Type A- B theory and test, Interpretation and

4:Emotional Quotient (5 Mark) (4 hrs)

Concept of EQ, EQ test by N.K.Chadha, Interpretation and Explanation

After successful completion of the course students will be able-
1. To understand different aspects of their personality and to learn various life skills
2. To strengthen the skills required in industrial/workplace settings
3. To overcome stressful situations effectively with the help of psychological approach
4. To improve their social interactions.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (8 Hrs)

Basic concept, Modeling a n d representation of control system and

Notion of feedback, open and closed -loop systems. Tracking regulator and process control
systems, Linear Mathematical models, Electrical analogy, Transfer function, concept of poles
and zeros, Block diagram, Signal flow graph , Servo components: Error detectors,
Potentiometer, synchros, optical rotary encoders, DC and AC Servomotors, stepper motor,
gear trains, A C and DC tacho-generators, Transfer function and applications of these.

Unit 2 (8 Hrs)

Time Domain Analysis:

Transient response of first and second order system, Time domain specification, Steady
state error and static error constants, Dynamic error coefficients, Performance indices and
their use in system optimization, Concept of system sensitivity to disturbance signals.
Initial and Final value theorem.

Unit 3 (6 Hrs)

Stability concepts:
Concept of stability for linear systems, Absolute and relative stability, Routh stability
criterion and its application in special cases. Nyquist stability criterion and stability margin,
Polar plots.

Unit 4 (6 Hrs)

Root locus:
Definition of root locus, Rules for plotting root loci, Root contour, stability analysis using
root locus. Effect of addition of poles and zeros.

Unit 5 (6 Hrs)

Frequency domain a n a l y s i s :
Frequency domain specification, Correlation between time and Frequency domain
specifications, Bode plot, gain and phase margin, Effect of gain variation and addition of
poles and zeros on Bode plot, Determination of transfer function from Bode plot.
Unit 6 (7 Hrs)

State space c o n c e p t :
Concept of state and state variable, state equations of linear time- invariant and
continuous data system. Matrix representation of state equation, Conversion of state
variable model to transfer function, Canonical form, companion form, Jordan Canonical
form, Solution of state equations. Concept of controllability and observability, eigen values
and stability.

Text Books:
 I J Nagrath and M. Gopal ,”Control system Engineering”, Wiley Eastern Ltd,
(3rd edition), 2000.
 Norman Nise ,”Control system Engineering”, John-Willey (3rd edition,),2000.

Reference Books:

 John J. D‟Azzo, C. H. Houpis,”Linear control system analysis and design

(conventional and modern)”, McGraw Hill International Fourth edition.
 Stefani, Savant, Shahin, Hostetter,”Design of feedback Control Systems”, Saunders
College Publishing International, Fourth Edition.
 M.Gopal ,”Control systems-Principles and design”, (2nd edition).2002
 Katsuhiko Ogata, ” Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd.
 Benjamin C. Kuo ,‟‟Automatic Control system‟‟, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd.
 R.C. Dorf ,”Modern Control System”.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Derive a transfer function model of any physical system
 Carry out block diagram reduction technique and signal flow graph for finding
out transfer function of any system.
 Apply Root locus, Bode plot and Routh-Hurwitz criterion to analyze the
behavior (stability and performance analysis) of a system.
 Demonstrate the use of state space technique

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (8 hrs)

Introduction and equipment & stability constraints in power system operation:

Evolution of power systems, basic elements of a power system and example of real life power
system (e.g. Western Regional Grid), operational objectives and operating states of a power
system, introduction to dielectric and thermal constraints, generator capability curve,
transmission line thermal limits, voltage constraints of transmission lines, introduction to
stability constraints {angular & voltage stability, effects of stability constraints on line load

Unit 2 (8 hrs)

Frequency control:
Importance of frequency control, frequency in multi-machine system, determination of
frequency in steady state, frequency dependence of loads, speed governors, governor
characteristics, A.G.C.: objectives and implementation.

Unit 3 (8hrs)

Voltage control by reactive power compensation:

Reactive power characteristics of major equipment (generators- excitation system,
transformers, transmission lines, cables, and HVDC terminals), special compensation
equipment: shunt capacitors, reactors, tap changing transformers, static VAR compensators.

Unit 4 (8 hrs)

Power flow control and real power scheduling:

Power flow control: fixed and variable series reactance compensation, phase shifter, TCSC,
HVDC links, real power scheduling: operational objectives and constraints, formulation as
optimization problems, economical power system operation.
Unit 5 (8 hrs)

Preventive, emergency and restorative control:

Introduction to energy management system (load dispatch center), introduction to state-
estimation, SCADA, preventive control: generation rescheduling, load tripping, emergency
control: under-frequency load tripping, generator tripping, controlled system separation
(islanding), restorative control: resynchronization, start-up power.

Unit 6 (8 hrs)

Basic power system economics and management:

Basic pricing principles, electricity pricing and markets: market models, demand side
management, transmission and distribution pricing.

Text Books:
1. Power system stability and control by P. Kundur, Mc Graw-Hill,1994.
2. Modern Power System Analysis by I.J.Nagarath and D.P.Kothari, McGraw- Hill, 2003, 3rd Edition.

Reference Books:

1. Power system dynamics and control by K. R. Padiyar

2. Electric power systems by B. M. Weedy and B. J. Cory, 4th Edition, John Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pvt.
Ltd.,Singapore, 2002.
3. Electrical energy systems theory: An introduction, O. I. Elgerd, Tata McGraw Hill, edition 1999
4. Power system analysis by Hadi Sadat, McGraw Hill International, 1999.
5. Power system analysis by Grainger John J. and W. D. Stevenson Jr. McGraw Hill, 1994.
6. Power system control and stability by P. M. Anderson and A. A. Faud, IEEE press, 1994.
7. Power system analysis by A. R. Bergen and Vijay Vittal, 2nd edition, Pearson Education Asia, 2001

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:

 Get the knowledge of basic core subject of electrical power system operation and control
necessary to analyze power system problems.
 Be able to identify, formulate and solve power system problems related to frequency-
voltage control.
 Analyze the different control strategies for power flow and real power scheduling using
HVDC and FACTS devices.
 Evaluate the methods to restore the power system in case of any disturbance, faults or
 Get introduced to electricity markets and pricing of electricity.
 Evaluate the concepts of Demand Side Management.
 Be aware of emerging technologies and current professional issues.
 Develop professional responsibility and sensitivity towards social, economic issues.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: 100 marks

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (7 hrs)

Thyristor and Transistor family Devices :

Structure, Characteristics, Switching actions, Trigger requirements, Ratings, Protections
and Areas of application of SCR, TRIAC and GTOs, IGBT, Power MOSFET and MCTs,
Introduction to PICs

Unit 2 (7 hrs)

Uncontrolled Rectifiers:
Single phase and three phase rectifiers, Performance parameters, comparison of diode

Unit 3 (7hrs)

AC-DC Converters:
Single phase and three phase half (semi) and full converters: Quadrants of operation,
circuit configurations, working, performance parameters and input-output waveforms for R,
R-L and RLE loads. Dual converter in circulating and non-circulating current modes, PWM

Unit 4 (7 hrs)

AC Voltage Controllers:
Principle of On-off and phase control, circuit configurations, Single and three phase AC
voltage controllers with R and R-L loads.

Unit 5 (7 hrs)

DC-AC Converters:
Single phase and three-phase thyristorised bridge circuits, output waveforms for R and R-L
loads.PWM techniques-Single, Multiple and Sinusoidal PWM. PWM Inverters: Principle of
operation, Performance parameters, Working of single phase and three phase circuits,
Current Source Inverter.
Unit 6 (7 hrs)

DC-DC Converters:
Step-up and step-down configurations, CLC and TRC techniques, PWM and FM techniques.
Practical transistorised chopper circuits: working, control, output waveforms, continuous
and discontinuous current conduction.

Text Books:
 M.H. Rashid, “Power Electronics”, PHI Pub., 3rd Edition ,2004.
 Mohan, Undeland, Robbins, “Introduction to Power Electronics”, John Willey &
 B.W.Williams, “Power Electronics”, John Willey,.

Reference Books:

 S.B.Dewan and Straughan, “Power Semiconductor Circuits”, John Willey

 B.K.Bose, “Power Electronics and AC Drives”, Pearson
 M.H.Rashid, “SPICE for Power Electronics”, McGraw Hill International.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Knowledge of different types Power Semiconductor Switches and their characteristics.
 Knowledge of different types of Power Converter systems with their operational and
analytical details.
 Knowledge of four quadrant operation for electric drive application.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Continuous Evaluation:
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Quiz/Assignments– 40 marks,
End-Sem Exam - 60 Marks

Unit 1 (8 hrs)

Fundamentals of power system protection, instrument transformers and circuit

breakers :
Role of protection, protection principles, protection paradigms - apparatus protection and
system protection, desirable attributes of protection. Introduction to C.T., C.T. equivalent
circuit, C.T. saturation and dc offset current, V.T. equivalent circuit.
Circuit Breakers:- arc voltage, arc interruption, resistance switching, interruption of capacitive
and inductive current, circuit breaker ratings, classification of C.B.s - air break, air blast,
vacuum, minimum oil and bulk oil, SF6 C.B.
L.T. switchgear: - MCB, MCCB, HRC fuses, type construction and application.

Unit 2 (8 hrs)

Fault analysis and over current protection :

Review of sequence components, sequence modeling of power apparatus, calculation of fault
currents, fuse protection, fundamental of over current protection, PSM setting and phase
relay coordination, earth fault protection using over current relays, introduction to directional
over-current relays.

Unit 3 (8hrs)

Basics of numerical relaying :

Numerical relaying fundamentals, sampling theorem, anti-aliasing filters, least square method
for estimation of phasors, Fourier algorithms, Fourier analysis and discrete Fourier transform,
estimation of phasors from discrete Fourier transform, Applications for implantation of various
numerical relays.

Unit 4 (8 hrs)

Transmission System Protection using distance relays:

Introduction to distance relaying, zones of protection, setting and coordination of distance
relays, pilot protection with distance relays, realization of distance relays using numerical
relaying algorithms.
Unit 5 (8 hrs)

Protection of Transformer and Generator:

Transformer protection:- Percentage differential protection, magnetic inrush current
phenomenon, percentage differential relay with harmonic restraint, restricted earth fault
protection, incipient faults, Buchholz relay,protection against overfluxing.
Generator protection: Stator phase and ground fault protection, protection against unbalanced
loading, loss of excitation, loss of prime mover and over speeding.

Unit 6 (8 hrs)

Bus bar protection, Lightning Protection and system grounding:

Bus bar protection: Different bus bar arrangements, differential protection of bus bar, high
impedance differential relay.
Lightening and switching over voltages, need and types of lightening arresters, insulation co-
ordination. System grounding, need, methods of system grounding, substation ground mats.

Text Book:

Fundamentals of power system protection by Y.G.Paithankar, S.R.Bhide., Prentice hall, India,

second edition, 2010."

Reference Books:

 Switchgear protection and power system by Sunil S. Rao, Khanna Publishers, 13th
edition, 2008.
 A Web Course on Digital protection of power system by Prof. Dr. S.A.Soman, IIT
 Computer relaying for power systems by A.G.Phadke, J.S.Thorp-research studies press
ltd. England John Wiley & sons Inc. New York.
 Protection of power systems by Blackburn.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 The basic working of circuit breakers and their classification.
 The different types of L.T. switchgears.
 And be able to apply the principles of protection to power system and study the different
components involved in protection.
 The different protection principles in detail applied to the protection of transmission
system using distance relays, transformer, generator and bus bar protection.
 And be able to do the relay settings and coordinate backup over-current relays.
 And be able to do phasor estimations using different algorithms.
 The fundamentals of numerical relaying.
 The basic concepts of system and substation grounding.
 The principles of lightening arresters and insulation coordination.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work : 50 Marks
Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

List of Experiments:

 Modeling and simulation of multi-machine power system

 Evaluation of the effect of various contingencies and to compute sensitivity factors
 Simulation of two generator system using ATP
 To determine the effect of surge impedance loading
 To determine the stability of cables for AC transmission system.
 To test over current relay and under/over frequency relay.
 To estimate phasor from given signal using full cycle and half cycle Fourier algorithm.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Model and simulate multi-machine power systems for steady state and transient
 Simulate the steady state and transient operations using MATLAB ATP and PSCAD.
 Implement phasor estimation algorithms for protection studies.
 Analyze and implement over current and other relaying philosophies.
 Perform various contingencies on power system and compute sensitivity factors.
 Analyze SIL and evaluate its effect on transmission line loading and stability.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work : 50 Marks
Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

List of Experiments:

1. Study of Control System Components like Servomotors, Actuators, Sensors, Displays.

2. Study of Programmable Controllers.
3. Determination of transfer function of dc motor.
4. Stability Analysis of First, Second and higher order systems using MATLAB.
5. Study of rotary position control system.
6. Plotting of root locus using MATLAB.
7. Plotting of Bode and Nyquist plot using MATLAB.
8. Determination of transfer function of dc motor using Simulink.
9. Stability analysis and state space model for a given system using MATLAB.
10. Study an industrial application (like Bottle filling/ Pick and Place/elevator control)
using PLC.
11. Study of Tuning of a PID controller using MATLAB/Simulink.
12. Study of Temperature Controller.
13. Study of Automatic Voltage Regulator.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Develop the mathematical model of different components of linear feedback control
system using simulation and experiments
 Analyze the transient characteristics of different first order and second order systems
using simulation and experiments
 Determine the performance of system using root locus
 Carry out the stability analysis of linear feedback control system using Bode plot and
Nyquist plot
 Carry out the stability analysis of linear feedback control system using Modern control
 Analyze the different types of controllers like PI, PD, PID and tuning of these
controllers using simulation and experiments
 Describe various applications like temperature controller experimentally
 Demonstrate an industrial application (like Bottle filling/ Pick and Place control) using
 Write and present effectively technical reports.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work : 50 Marks
Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

List of Experiments:

Any three from 1 to 5

1. SCR/ GTO Characteristics.

2. SCR Turn-on methods.
3. SCR Commutation methods.
4. IGBT / MOSFET Characteristics, Drivers.
5. TRIAC – Triggering modes and Phase Control.

Any three from 6 to 10

6. Single phase /three phase Converter
7. Dual Converter
8. D.C.Chopper
9. Single phase / three phase Thyristorised Inverter
10. PWM Inverter

Any two from 11 to 14

11. Simulation of Converter / Chopper

12. Simulation of PWM Inverter
13. Switched mode Converter / Rectifier
14. Uninterrupted Power Supply

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Evaluation of the V-I characteristics, turn-on and turn-off methods for different power
semiconductor switches.
 Understanding operation and control techniques of power converters.
 Analyzing waveforms exhibited at the input and output ports of the converters.
 Measurement of input and outputs of converters and analyzing them in light of the
respective theories.

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Theory : 1 hr/week Term Work : 50 Marks

Practical: 2 hr/week Oral/Practical : 50 Marks

Unit 1 (2 hrs)

Digital Signal Processing and Algorithms:

DSP algorithms Finite Impulse Response, Infinite Impulse Response, Convolution,
Correlation, Discrete Fourier Transform, Fast Fourier Transform, Introduction to wavelet

Unit 2 (2 hrs)

Introduction to Digital Signal Processors:

DSP Architecture: Harvard Architecture, and modified Harvard architecture Pipelining,
Hardware Multiplier- Accumulator, Special Instructions, On-Chip memory, parallelism.
General Purpose DSP: Fixed Point and Floating Point arithmetic. Comparison of some
common digital processor.

Unit 3 (3 hrs)

Architecture of TMS320 DSP:

Overview. Pins and signals. Internal Architecture. Arithmetic and Logic Unit. Auxiliary
Registers, Fixed Point and Floating Point precision algorithm design, Mathematical,
structure and numerical constraints.

Unit 4 (3 hrs)

DSP Programming and Applications of DSP:

TMS320 Assembly Language Programming and C Language Programming of DSP
Processor Addressing modes, Instruction set.

Unit 5 (2 hrs)

Introduction to Programming Tools:

Programming tools such as DSP Assembler, IDE environments like CCS for DSP chip or
visual DSP for Analog DSP chips, programming using DSP processor.

Unit 6 (2 hrs)

Application of DSP in power systems:

Measurement of electrical quantities, Power system Protection, State estimation etc.
Application of DSP for data compression, array processing and in control System.
List of Experiments:
The laboratory should consist of at least 8 experiments based on following topics:

Software based:
1. Generation of Analog Signals, Discrete sequences using C and MATLAB
2. Verification of linear convolution in C and MATLAB using two finite sequences.
3. Programming for circular convolution in C and MATLAB
4. Generation of signal. Generate a noise signal. Mix both the signals. Design a Filter.
Recovery of original signal using filter.
5. Design of FIR filter in C and MATLAB
6. Design of IIR filter in C and MATLAB

Processor Based:
7. Assembly language programs on DSP kit.
8. LED blinking.
9. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
10. PWM generation.
11. Digital signal acquisition.
12. Application of DSP in Power Systems, Control System.

Text Book:
 Smith, S. W. The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing

Reference Books:
 TI User Manuals TMS320C2x, TMS320LF2407, TMS 320LF2812
 Website and ,
 Marven, C. , Ewers, G. A simple approach to DSP Texas Instr. 1993

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:
 Know the advantages and limitations of digital signal processing over analog signal
 Select a proper device for their application based on desired accuracy, bit size
requirement, etc.
 Identify a system as an LTI system and comment on its stability.
 Find out the impulse response of the system provided the input signal and the desired
output is known.
 Know and apply DSP techniques for a few applications in power system.
 Develop programs for some simple application using digital signal processor.
ML - 09001 Constitution Of India

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures : 2 hrs/week 20 marks: Continuous evaluation-
Asignments /Quiz
End - Sem Exam – 30 Marks

Unit 1 (5 hrs)

Preamble to the constitution of India. Fundamental rights under Part – III – details of Exercise
of rights, Limitations & Important cases.

Unit 2 (5 hrs)
Relevance of Directive principles of State Policy under Part – IV. Fundamental duties & their

Unit 3 (4 hrs)

Union Executive – President, Prime Minister, Parliament & the Supreme Court of India.

Unit 4 (4 hrs)
State executive – Governors, Chief Minister, State Legislator and High Courts.

Unit 5 (4 hrs)
Constitutional Provisions for Scheduled Castes & Tribes, Women & Children & Backward classes.
Emergency Provisions.

Unit 6 (4 hrs)
nd th th th th st
Electoral process, Amendment procedure, 42 , 44 , 74 , 76 , 86 and 91 Constitutional

Text Books:

1. Durga Das Basu: “Introduction to the Constitution of India” (Students Edn.) Prentice – Hall
EEE, 19th/20th Edn., 2001.
2. “Engineering Ethics” by Charles E.Haries, Michael. S.Pritchard and Michael J.Robins
Thompson Asia, 2003-08-05.

Reference Books:

1. “An Introduction to Constitution of India” by M.V.Pylee, Vikas Publishing, 2002.


At the end of this course students will be aware about the Constitution:
 Appreciate the complexity of implementation of any law.
 Appreciate the roles and functions of various high officials.
 Know about Fundamental rights of citizens of India.
 Understand the Electoral process.
 Understand the provisions made for special groups and categories in the
Annexure I

List of Open Elective/Professional Science courses offered by ALL Departments

Sr. No Department Course

1 Civil Finite Elements in Engineering
2 Mechanical 1. Unconventional Machining
2. Modern Control Systems
3. Power Plant Engineering
3 Electrical 1. Industrial Drives
2. Control System Engineering
4 Electronics and Electronic Communication Systems
5 Metallurgy and Material Composite Materials
6 Instrumentation and Control Industrial Automation
7 Production 1. Introduction to ERP
2. Operations Efficiency
8 Computer Engineering Information Systems
9 Information Technology Information Systems
10 Applied Science 1. Humanities Course
2. Constitution of India
11 Innovation Centre Liberal Learning Course
Annexure II

List of Liberal Learning courses proposed at Institute Level

 Agricultural – Animal Science, Forestry, Horticulture, Floriculture, Sustainable

Agriculture, Veterinary

 Arts – Graphic Design, Interior Design, Fashion Design

 Basic Sciences – Astronomy, Astro- Physics, Biology, Genetics, Kinesiology,

Microbiology, Neuro Sciences.

 Business – Administration, Communication, Entrepreneurial studies, Hostel

Management, Marketing.

 Defense Studies - Military Studies, Naval Studies, Air Force Studies, War strategies.

 Education - Education policies, Engineering Education, Teacher Training.

 Environmental Sciences – Ecology, Meteorology

 Linguistics – Word Language

 Medicine – Health Studies Nutrition and dietetics

 Performing Arts- Music, Dance Theatre, Cinema

 Philosophy- Religious Studies

 Sports and Athletics