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SUBJECT: Minutes of the meeting of Chairmen of the Board of Studies in faculty of Engineering.
ANNEXURE  I
GOA UNIVERSITY
FIRST YEAR OF BACHELOR'S DEGREE COURSE IN ENGINEERING (Revised in 200708) SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION
SEMESTER I (Common for all branches of Engineering)
Sub code
Subjects
Scheme Of Instruction Hrs/Week Th. Dur Th.
Scheme Of Examination
Marks
S 25
P 
O 
Total 125
1.1
Applied Mathematics I
L 4
T 
P 
(Hrs) 3
100
1.2
Applied Sciences I (Physics & Chemistry) Basic Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics.
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3
100
50


150
1.3
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3
100
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125
1.4
Basic Electrical Engineering Engineering Graphics
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2
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100
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125
1.5
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4
100
50


150
1.6
Communication Skills
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3
100
25


125
1.7
Workshop Practice  I


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50
20 TOTAL
14
600
250
850
L:Lectures, T : Tutorials, P : Practicals. Th. Dur.:Duration of Theory Paper Th: Theory, S : Sessional, P : Practical, O : Oral.
Page 1
GOA UNIVERSITY
FIRST YEAR OF BACHELOR'S DEGREE COURSE IN ENGINEERING (Revised in 200708) SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION
SEMESTER II: (Common for all branches of Engineering)
Scheme Of Instruction Hrs/Week
Scheme Of Examination
Sub code
Subjects
Th. Dur Th. S 25
Marks
P 
O 
Total 125
2.1
Applied Mathematics II
L 4
T 
P 
(Hrs) 3
100
2.2
Applied Sciences II (Physics & Chemistry) Information Technology
4

2
3
100
50


150
2.3
4

2
3
100
25


125
2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7
Basic Mechanical Engineering Basic Electronic Engineering Environmental and Social Sciences Workshop Practice II Modern
3 3 4 

2 2 4
3 3 3 
100 100 100 
25 25 50 50


125 125 150 50
22 TOTAL
12

600
250


850
L: Lectures, T : Tutorials, P : Practicals. Th. Dur. : Duration of Theory Paper Th : Theory, S : Sessional, P : Practical, O : Oral.
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ANNEXURE  II
1.1 APPLIED MATHEMATICSI
1. Total no. of lectures per week
2. Duration of the semester end examination 3. Maximum marks for semester end examination 4. Maximum marks for internal assessment 5. Total marks
: 04 hours : 03 hours : 100 : 25 : 125
Semester end examination is of 100 marks and the question paper consists of 4 modules and 8 questions. Each module carries 2 questions of 20 marks each. Out of these 8 questions, 5 questions are to be attempted, choosing at least one from each module.
MODULE I
1. Beta and Gamma functions: Various forms and properties, relation between Beta and Gamma functions, Legendre·s duplication formula, Error function. 2. Infinite sequence and Infinite series : Convergence and Divergence of sequences and series, tests for Convergence and Divergence of infinite series such as Integral test, Comparison test, D· Alemberts ratio test, Cauchy·s root test and Leibnitz test for Alternating series, Power series and Radius of Convergence.
MODULE II
Modulus and Argument of Complex number. Total Differentiation. Inverse Trigonometric and Hyperbolic functions. Partial Differentiation. Hyperbolic and Logarithmic functions. Applied mathematicsP. Total no of Lectures per Week : 04 hours . Extreme values of functions of two and three variables.Complex variables: Complex numbers and their properties. De Moivre's theorem and its applications. Langrange's method of Undetermined Multipliers. Srinivas 3. B. S. Ramana Murthy and N.N. Exponential. Higher Engineering Mathematics: Dr.Wartikar Vol. Taylor's and Maclaurin's series expansion. Geometric interpretation of Complex numbers. MODULE III Differential Calculus: Leibnitz theorem. Polar and Exponential form of Complex number. MODULE IV Partial differential Equations and Extreme Values of Functions : Formation of first order Partial Differential Equations. Taylor's theorem (without proof). Grewal Page 3 1.N. Text books: 1. Differentiability and Analytic functions. Trigonometric.I and VolII References: 1. Indeterminate forms. Cauchy Reiman equations.2 APPLIED SCIENCESI 1. Euler·s theorem on Homogenous functions. Advanced Engineering MathematicsErwin Kreysig. 2. Continuity. Methods to solve first order Partial Differential Equations. Applied Mathematics: Ch. C.Wartikar and J. Harmonic functions. V.
3. Determination of radius of curvature of planoconvex lens. 5. Antireflection films±amplitude and phase conditions. Hall effect (5hrs) MODULE ± II ULTRASONICS: . marks for Semester end Examination Max marks for internal assessment Total Marks No. each question will carry 25 marks. of Sections : 02 hours : 03 hours : 100 : 50 : 150 : 02 The question paper will consist of 8 questions divided into two sections. There shall be 2 questions from each module. Total of 4 questions are to be attempted. 7. Interference due to reflected and transmitted light in thin parallel films. SECTION ± I (APPLIED PHYSICS) MODULE ± I INTERFERENCE OF LIGHT: Interference based on division of amplitude. conductivity of charge carriers. Applications of interference. Derivation of formula Qf = Q g. 6. optical flatness. Practicals per week Duration of semester end examination Max. answering 1 question from each module.2. drift velocity. Interference in wedge shaped film. phase change at reflection. Newton¶s rings for reflected and transmitted light. Continuity equation. Qft=P/4 (10hrs) SEMICONDUCTORS: Mobility. Diffusion. wavelength of light used and refractive index of liquid. generation and recombination of charges. 4. geometric and optical path.
ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY SYSTEMS Single electrode potential. Ag/AgCl electrode. Construction of Galvanic Cell ± classification. Calomel electrode.Production of ultrasonic waves. (6hrs) PARTICLE DETECTORS : Ionisation chamber and GM counter. emf of an electrochemical cell. Derivation of Nernst equation. detection of ultrasonic waves. Nickel ± Metal hydride and Lithium ± MnO2 batteries. classification of batteries. velocity by means of acoustic diffraction grating. representation. Ionselective electrode. magnetostriction. Definition. Concentration cells. Standard electrode potential. Applications of ultrasonics in various fields. (2hrs) Page 4 SECTION ± II (APPLIED CHEMISTRY) MODULE ± III 1. Numerical problems on electrode potential and emf. properties. CRO and applications. (8 Hrs) 2. . Sign conventions. battery characteristics. (7hrs) ELECTRON BALLISTICS : Electrostatic and Magnetic focusing. Piezoelectric oscillator. CONVERSION AND STORAGE OF ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY Battery Technology ± Batteries ± Basic Concepts. glass electrode. determination of pH using glass electrode. Reference electrodes. Definition. Measurement of wavelength. cavitation. Construction working and applications of Zn ± air.
Definition. (7 Hrs) MODULE IV 1. metal coatings ± Galvanization and Tinning. construction and working of H2 ± O2 and Methanol ± Oxygen fuel cell. types of fuel cells ± Alkaline. Differential metal corrosion. Electroless plating of Copper on PCB and Nickel. decomposition potential and overvoltage in electroplating processes. cathodic and anodic protection. surface preparation and electroplating of Cr and Au. Solid polymer electrolyte and solid oxide fuel cells. CORROSION SCIENCE Corrosion: . Electroless plating:Distinction between electroplating and electroless plating. Corrosion control: . Stress corrosion. advantages of electroless plating. corrosion inhibitors.Fuel cells: Introduction. (8 Hrs) 2. Significance of polarization. Types of corrosion. chemical corrosion and Electrochemical theory of corrosion. (7 Hrs) Page 5 EXPERIMENTS IN APPLIED PHYSICS . phosphoric acid and Molten Carbonate fuel cells. METAL FINISHING Technological importance of metal finishing.Inorganic coatings ± Anodizing and phosphating. Differential aeration corrosion (pitting and waterline corrosion). Factors affecting the rate of corrosion. effect of plating variables on the nature of electrodeposit.
2. Conductometric estimation of an acid using standard NaOH solution. Determination of pKa of a weak acid using pH meter.1) Newton¶s Rings 2) AirWedge 3) Zener diode characteristics 4) Voltage regulator 5) Rectifiers 6) Use of CRO NOTE: Minimum of 4 experiments have to be completed per semester. EXPERIMENTS IN APPLIED CHEMISTRY 1. .
6. G. Page 6 APPLIED PHYSICS Text books 1) Applied Physics ± V R Doiphode .3. Bassett. Reference 1. Flame photometric estimation of sodium in the given water sample. Colorimetric determination of copper. 4. Practical Engineering Chemistry by Sunita & Ratan. Vogels text book of quantitative inorganic analysis. R. Determination of viscosity coefficient of a given liquid using Ostwald¶s viscometer.H. C. Jeffary. 5. Denny. Determination of viscosity of oil using Redwood viscometer. revised by J. 4th Ed. 2.
2. A text book of Engineering chemistry by Jain and Jain Dhanapatrai Publications.S. New Delhi. Kshirsagar 3) Engineering Physics ± A.G. M. Engineering chemistry by M.Vasudev APPLIED CHEMISTRY Text Books 1. Avadhanulu P. Sixth Edition. Reference books .N. 2001. Uppal Khanna Publishers.2) Engineering Physics ± Uma Mukherji 3) Applied Physics ± Patgaonkar Reference books 1) Engineering Physics ± Gaur And Gupta 2) Engineering Physics ± M.
Ellis Horwood series in Physical chemistry. Fontana. Page 7 1. Sharma & M. 2. of lectures per week 2. Chand Publications. Vol ±I. R. Winsor. S. 4. G. Nagin Chand & Co. S.1. Total no. 5. Gray and P. Duration of the semester end examination 4. Maximum marks for internal assessment 6. Text book of polymer Science by F.3 BASIC CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING MECHANICS 1. A. Dara. edited by G. Pathama. L. Total marks : 04 hours : 02 hours : 03 hours : 100 : 25 : 125 . John Wiley & sons. 1994 3. W. Liquid crystals and plastic crystals. A text book of Engineering chemistry by S. R. Principles of Physical chemistry B. New York. Maximum marks for semester end examination 5. Puri. S. Corrosion Engineering ± by M. Practicals per week 3. S. New edition. Mc Graw Hill Publications. Billmeyer. W.
1. mixing.3.1.3.1. Building Materials.1 MATERIALS Concrete: Ingredients. RMC and SCC 1. transporting. Advanced materials: FRP.3 ROADS: Type of roads.3.3.4 BRIDGES: bridges. Transportation Engineering. typical sketches of RCC and Steel ENGINEERING MECHANICS MODULEII .1. Out of these 8 que stions. 1. Structural Engineering. properties of hardened concrete.2 BUILDING COMPONENTS Framed and load bearing structures.Semester end examination is of 100 marks and the question paper consists of 4 modules and 8 questions. Hydraulics.3. Components and their functions. Aluminum. Components of a building (Sub and Superstructure) 1. Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering. CIVIL ENGINEERING MODULEI 1. Each module carries 2 questions of 20 marks each.1. placing. Grade of concrete. 5 questions are to be attempted. Types of bridges. Environmental Engineering. Geotechnical Engineering. Structural Steel: Structural forms of steel.1 Introduction to Civil Engineering: Scope of different fields of Civil Engineering Surveying. choosing at least one from each module. Construction Technology. curing.
Moment of inertia of an area.2.2.3.Particle. characteristics of couple. Resolution of forces.couple system. Types of supports.2 Introduction to Engineering mechanics: Basic idealizations . Limiting friction. Impending motion on horizontal and inclined planes. Newton's laws of motion. Numerical problems on equilibrium of coplanar ± non ± concurrent force system and support reactions for statically determinate beams. Wedge friction.couple system. Composition of coplanar .3.4 D¶Alemberts principle. Elements of a force. Varignon's principle of moments. Introduction to SI units. Composition of coplanar concurrent force system. Laws of static friction. MODULE ± III 1. Continuum. Lami's theorem. Numerical problems 1. Numerical problems on composition of coplanar nonconcurrent force systems. Numerical problems on composition of coplanar concurrent force systems.3. quadrant of a circle using method of integration. Work energy. Equivalent force . Page 8 1. Numerical problems on moment of forces and couples. Equilibrium of forces . centroid of simple built up sections.nonconcurrent force system. Moment of a force. moment of a couple. Conditions of static equilibrium for different force systems. couple. Perpendicular axis theorem and Parallel axis theorem.1. Definition of force.2. angle of repose.Definition of Equilibrant. Classification of force and force systems.2. Ladder friction. Moment of inertia of composite areas. Impulse momentum . Principle of resolved parts.3. circular and triangular areas from method of integration. semicircle. statically determinate beams. Principle of transmissibility of forces.1 Composition of forces: Definition of Resultant.2 Centroid of plane figures: Locating the centroid of triangle.3 Friction: Types of friction. MODULE ± IV 1. on equivalent force .3. Angle of friction. Radius of gyration. Numerical problems. polar moment of inertia. Moment of Inertia of rectangular. composition of forces. Rigid body and Point force. Numerical problems. Numerical problems on equilibrium of coplanar ± concurrent force system.
Engineering Mechanics.. Engineering Mechanics 6. Sapna Book House REFERENCES 1. Shanmugham. Coils and Springs TEXT BOOKS 1. M.5 Simple Lifting Machines ± Mechanical advantage. worm and worm wheel. SCHAUM's Outline Series " Engineering Mechanics". K. conditions for machine efficiency. Prentice Hall Haung. Shames. G. S. K.2. Bhavikatti. Jayaram. H. Singer. Khurmi "A Text Book of Engineering Mechanics". velocity ratio and efficiency of machines. A. Tata McGRaw Page 9 5. Differential wheel and axle. McGraw Hill 8. S. Tayal " Engineering Mechanics". Timoshenko and Young. International (P) Limited 2.1. law of machines. "Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering".S. T. Beer and Johnston.. G. New Age. Engineering Mechanics 7. M. I C. Differential pulley block. Chand &Co. I. R. . Doublepurchase crab.. "Elements of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics".Publishers 2.3. Umesh Publications 3. selflocking. Engineering Mechanics Hill Limited. R. study of the following machinesSinglepurchase crab. L. Palanchamy. McGraw Hill Publishers. Rajashekarappa " Engineering Mechanics". New Delhi 4. Engineering Mechanics. Simple screw jack. S. F. A. Jagadeesh. S.
Total marks : 03 Hours : 02 Hours : 03 Hours : 100 : 25 : 125 Semester end examination is of 100 marks and the question paper consists of 4 modules and 8 questions. Maximum marks for semester end examination 5. Thevenin¶s. Kirchoff¶s current and voltage law. Each module carries 2 questions of 20 marks each. Practicals per week 3. geometrical and energy viewpoint. Duration of semester end examination 4. Total no. current and voltage.4 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1. and C) definition from circuital. 5 questions are to be attempted. Norton¶s and Maximum power transfer theorem. Series and parallel connection of circuit parameters. of lectures per week 2. Out of this. L. Maximum marks for internal assessment 6. MODULE I DC CIRCUITS: Circuit parameters (R. MODULE II . Ohm¶s law. Star and delta transformation. choosing at least one from each module. Illustrative examples.Page 10 1. Analysis of simple circuits excited by independent voltage sources for power energy.
Concept of phase sequence. Concept of leading and lagging phase angle. Coupled circuits. Concept of phasor and representation of AC quantity by phasor. Definition of terms related to magnetic field. self and mutual inductance. Real reactive and apparent power in threephase system. Definition of real. Measurments: Construction. Definition of various terms related to AC wave.ELECTROMAGNETISM: Concept of magnetic flux and magnetic field. Faraday¶s law. Representation of threephase system. Fleming¶s rules. regulation current. Electromagnetic induction. Illustrative examples. losses in transformer. Comparison between electric and magnetic circuits. Rating of transformer. RLC elements. RC. turns ratio of transformer. average value. Illustrative examples on EMF equation. Addition and subtraction of sinusoidal alternating quantity. Analysis with phasor diagram of circuits with R ±L. Illustraitve examples covering above topic. voltage. power factor. Page 11 MODULE IV Principle of operation and construction of a single phase transformer (core and shell type). Magnetic circuit concept and its analogue with electric circuit. form factor. peak factor. principle of operation of PMMC and moving iron and dynamometer type of instruments. Brief description of open and short circuit test on singlephase transformer. Energy stored in magnetic field. statically and dynamically induced emf. . Relation between line and phase quantities for star and delta connections. balanced and unbalanced system. Methods of measurement of power in three phase circuits. Threephase circuits. coefficient of coupling. EMF equation. permeability. efficiency. Amperes law. Lenz¶s law their significance and application. balanced and unbalanced load (no derivation and phasor diagram). apparent power. reactive. flux density. efficiency and voltage regulation. MODULE III AC CIRCUITS: Generation of sinusoidal AC voltage. RMS value. Illustrative examples.
different types of lines used in engineering graphics. Duration of semester end examination 4.5 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 1. Total marks : 02 Hours : 04 Hours : 04 hours : 100 : 50 : 150 The question paper will consist of 8 questions.TEXT BOOKS 1) Principles of Electrical Engineering By V Del Toro. Total no. Maximum marks for internal assessment 6. curves involving conic sections. Pearson 3) Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering By Rajendra Prasad PHI Publication. cycloid and in volute curves. There shall be 2 questions from each module. of lectures per week 2. Maximum marks for semester end examination 5. answering 1 question from each module. MODULE I 1. Practicals per week 3. each question will carry 20 marks. Page 12 1. Introduction to engineering graphics. PHI Publication 2) Electrical and Electronics Technology Education By Edward Hughes Eighth edition. . Total of 5 questions are to be attempted.
P.K.K.PHI. cylinder. cone.N. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.P. square.when line is parallel to both the planes. 3. 2. Mohan ± Dhanpat Rai & Sons. hexagon and combination of these. Orthographic projection (using 1st angle projection only) of machine parts and castings etc. MODULE IV 1. cylinder. Engineering Drawing. triangle. pentagon. pyramid. . Engineering Drawing. prism. 1 & 2 ± Praveen Shah Publishers. Projections of solids: cube. Engineering Drawing .R. Isometric projection.Luzadeer & Duff . 2. MODULE III 1. parallel to one and perpendicular to other. Engineering Drawing.2. cone. Projections of points. straight lines. tetrahedron.Subash Publications. 3. Engineering Drawing. line inclined to both the principle planes.Shah ± Vol.D.Gopalkrishna. Projections of planes: circle. Developments of lateral surfaces of the objects like cube. PRACTICE (Excluded from theory examination): Introduction to at least one CAD software application limited to orthographic projection and isometric projection (Minimum 04 Hrs exposure).Bhat ± Charotar Publishing company. Page 13 TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2.Gill ± S.K. Engineering Drawing. rectangle.R.J. Sections of solids. prism. MODULE II 1. 2.Kataria & Sons. pyramid. 2. tetrahedron.S.
Semester end examination is of 100 marks and the question paper consists of 4 modules and 8 questions. Total no. use of µtoo¶. scientific and general text with Multiple Choice questions to test analytical skills. MODULE II Summarization and Interpretation . degrees of comparison and idioms. vocabulary expansion. Total marks : 03 hours : 03 hours : 100 : 25 : 125 Internal assessment will include internal tests (written) based on Modules 1 to 3 and an assignment (seminar/presentation) based on the oral component Module 4. Each module carries 2 questions of 20 marks each.6 COMMUNICATION SKILLS 1. prefixes and suffixes. µnot only« but also¶. µno sooner«than¶. prepositions and prepositional phrases. Comprehension and vocabulary y y Ability to understand and interpret ideas. µunless¶. MODULE I Language construction y y y Grammatical concepts like tenses. Duration of semester end examination 3. 5 questions are to be attempted. of lectures per week 2. comprehension. direct and indirect speech. conjunctions. Correct usage of language and common errors. Maximum marks for semester end examination 4. Out of this. vocabulary and grammar. Technical. choosing at least one from each module. Interrogative and Exclamatory). active and passive voice. oneword substitution. Transformation of sentences (Affirmative. expression. Negative.Page 14 1. vocabulary building. synonyms and antonyms. Maximum marks for internal assessment 5. µso«that¶.
Note taking and Note making Technical communication y y Report writing and Project proposal (in a letter format) Technical writing . bonafide certificate. change in name etc. Minutes of the meeting. claims and adjustments. . writing instructions. Agenda. provisional marksheets. Elocution. formats of letters. Invitations. Presentation skills y y y Effective Listening Attitudes in Team speaking and Do¶s and don¶ts of Group discussion Job Interview ± interview techniques. Seminars. Application letter with Curriculum Vitae/ Resume.y y y Techniques to summarize a given passage to test comprehension ability to present written matter in a brief and concise manner Precis writing. classification. technical description of objects and process. claims and adjustment. preparing for an interview and conducting an interview. letters of order. methods of adjustment. y y MODULE IV Oral Expression y y y Principles of Effective Communication and Barriers to communication Types of Non Verbal Communication Good public speaking Debates. Memos) Principles of correspondence.framing definitions. (topics relevant to the first year engineering syllabus) Page 15 MODULE III y Basic official correspondence (Notices. letters requesting for duplicate marksheets. letters of enquiry and replies. language and style in official letters.
Doctor and Aspi H.One Job . Edgar and Showick Thorpe. Professional Communications Skills. Pipe fitting by threading. Pearson Education Pte. C. & Krishna Mohan. Basic Communication Skills for Technology. M. I.Demonstration of various tools and equipments used by plumber. Objective English. Bhatia & A. R.One Job 2) P. Doctor. Rutherford.V.C. Principles and Practice of Business Communication. S. Practicals per week 2. Pravin S. Ltd. . ii) PLUMBING: . Practical: At least two jobs as follows 1) G. . Sheikh. Page 16 1. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Demonstration of various p lumbing fittings.7 WORKSHOP PRACTICE ± I 1.Text books: 1. Chand & Company Ltd. 3. Sheth Publications. Pipe fitting. Rhoda A.Demonstration of various tools and equipments used in fitting shop. Practical: At least one job covering simple fitting practice. Andrea J. Business Correspondence and Report Writing. R. Sharma. References: 1. Maximum marks for internal assessment : 04 Hours : 50 i) FITTING: . Pearson Education 2.
choosing at least one from each module. . tools and equipments. Practical: At least two different jobs covering forging practice.Demonstration of wood cutting machines. Practical: At least two jobs as follows 1) Wooden joint. Out of these 8 questions.1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS ± II 1. of lectures per week 2. 5 questions are to be attempted. Maximum marks for internal assessment 5. Page 17 2.One Job iv) FORGING:. Duration of the semester end examination 3.One Job 2) Wood turning. Total no. .iii) CARPENTRY: . Maximum marks for semester end examination 4. Each module carries 2 questions of 20 marks each. MODULE I .Demonstration of various tools and equipments used in forging shop. Total marks : 04 hours : 03 hours : 100 : 25 : 125 Semester end examination is of 100 marks and the question paper consists of 4 modules and 8 questions.
Directional Derivatives.Frenet formulas.1. change of order in Double Integration. Linear equations with variable coefficients such as Cauchy Equation and Lagrange¶s Equation. Linear Differential Equations. Serret. Gradient of a Scalar field. Page 18 MODULE IV Ordinary Differential Equations: First order and first degree Ordinary Differential Equations.. Method of separation of variables. Divergence theorem and Stroke's theorem(both without proof) and their applications. Polar and Parametric forms of Plane Curves such as Cardiod. Exact and Non. Torsion and Curvature. Divergence and Curl of Vector fields. application of Double Integration to computation of Centre of Gravity.operators and Inverse D. Differentiation under the Integral sign: Integral with its limit as constant and as a function of the parameter.Homogeneous Equations reducible to Homogeneous form. MODULE II Multiple Integrals: Double Integration in Polar and Cartesian coordinates.operators. Cos ax. Homogeneous and Non. Cycloid. Leminiscate etc. Curve tracing and Rectification of Plane Curves: Tracing of Plane Curves in two dimensions. Normal and Binormal vectors. Geometrical interpretation of Triple Integration and applications to surface area and volume. Curves in space.. Vector Differentiation. higher order Differential ax. Cartesian and Parametric form. Greens theorem in a Plane. Surface and Volume Integrals. MODULE III Vector calculus: Scalar and Vector fields. e f(x). Bernoulli¶s Differential Equation. xn f(x) etc. D. Equation with constant coefficients and with right hand side of the form e Sin ax.Exact Differential Equations. Asteroid. 2. ax . method of Variation of Parameters. Tangent. Triple Integration in Cartesian . Rectification of Plane Curves in Polar. Spherical and Cylindrical coordinate systems. Line Integrals and their applications.
Total no of Lectures per Week 2. Spontaneous and stimulated emission of radiation. 7. 6. of Sections : 04 hours : 02 hours : 03 hours : 100 : 50 : 150 :2 The question paper will consist of 8 questions divided into two sections. Total of 4 questions are to be attempted. 5. non±equilibrium state. 4. Srinivas 4. answering 1 question from each module. Ein stein¶s theory of . Ramana Murthy and N.N. Conditions for light amplification. SECTION ± I (APPLIED PHYSICS) MODULE ± I LASERS: Interaction of radiation with matter from quantum mechanical view. pumping. Higher Engineering Mathematics: Dr. V. Applied Mathematics: Ch. population inversion.I and VolII References: 1. Active medium.2 APPLIED SCIENCESII 1. Absorption. Grewal 3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Erwin Kreysig Page 19 2.Wartikar Vol. Practicals per week Durations of Semester end examination Max.Wartikar and J. There shall be 2 questions from each module. Vector Calculus: Shanti Narayan 2. Applied Mathematics .Text Books: 1. metastable state.P. S.C. 3. each question will carry 25 marks.N. B. marks for Semester end Examination Max marks for internal assessment Total Marks No.
Moseley¶s law. Modes of propagation. propagation of light in optical fibre. pumping±schemes. BCS theory (qualitative analysis only) properties and applications. Optical resonator. PMMA. He±Ne laser. high Tc superconductors. Ruby Laser. Elastomers ± Deficiencies of natural rubber and advantages of synthetic rubber. XRay diffractionBragg¶s spectrometer. synthesis properties and applications of Teflon. Page 20 SECTION ± II (APPLIED CHEMISTRY) MODULE ± III 1. acceptance angle and cone.ApplicationsFibre optic communication and Fibrescope (6hrs) MODULE ± II MODERN PHYSICS: Compton Effect. Glass transition temperature. Davison Germer experiment (5 hrs) Xrays. HIGH POLYMERS Definition. structure and property relationship. de Broglie hypothesis. Types of optical fibres. Synthesis and application of . frequency or Vnumber of fibre . Applications (9hrs) FIBRE OPTICS: Total internal reflection. single and multimode fibres. Polymerization ± definition. Numerical aperture of an optical fibre. types of polymerization ± free radical mechanism (ethylene as an example).stimulated emission. suspension and emulsion polymerization. Compounding of resins. Methods of polymerization ± bulk solution. (5 hrs) Super conductorsMeissner effect.Continuous and characteristic xray spectra . Operating principle of a laser. polymethane and phenol ± formaldehyde resin. structure of an optical fibre and fibre cable. wave nature of particle. Properties of laser. typeI and II. classification ± Natural and synthetic with examples.
Thermotropic and lyotropic with examples. definition. Reformation of petrol. purification of water ± Flash evaporation. Hazardous chemicals with ill effects. Potable water. classification.mechanism octane number. Knocking . physical and chemical properties of silicon relevant to photovoltaics. water analysis ± Determination of different constituents in water. (8 Hrs) 2.Neoprene. production of solar grade (crystalline) silicon and doping of silicon. Sulphate and dissolved oxygen. Flouride. Petroleum cracking fluidized catalytic cracking. synthetic petrol ± Berguis process and Fischer Tropsch process. Butyl rubber. mechanism of conduction in polyacetylene. power alcohol. Numerical problems on BOD and COD. solar grade silicon. smectic and columnar. importance of hydrocarbon as fuels. Types of mesophases. Homologues series (PAA and MBBA ). Gross and net calorific values. Solar Energy Photovoltaic cells ± Introduction. Conducting polymers ± definition. Electro dialysis and Reverse osmosis. (8 Hrs) 2. chloride. chiral nematic (cholestric). Sewage treatment. cetane number. . nematic. antiknocking agents. LIQUID CRYSTALS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS Introduction. Hardness. importance. Alkalinity. unleaded petrol. classification. CHEMICAL ENERGY SOURCES Introduction to energy: Fuels ± definition. (7 Hrs) MODULE IV 1. WATER TECHNOLOGY Impurities in water. Nitrate. Determination of calorific value of solid/liquid fuel using bomb calorimeter. structure and applications of conducting polyaniline. Applications of liquid crystals in display systems. Numerical problems on hardness and alkalinity. prevention of knocking. calorific value definition. Adhesives ± Manufacture and application of Epoxy resins. Biochemical oxygen demand and chemical oxygen demand. working of a PV cell.
Instrumental methods of analysis Theory. (7 Hrs) Page 21 EXPERIMENTS IN APPLIED PHYSICS 1) Thermistor characteristics 2) Hall effect 3) e/m by Thomson method 4) Velocity of Ultrasonic wave 5) Energy gap of a semiconductor 6) Planck¶s constant by photocell 7) HeNe Laser/Diode Laser NOTE: Minimum of 4 experiments have to be completed per semester. conductometry. Instrumentation and Applications of colorimetry. potentiometry. .
Vogels text book of quantitative inorganic analysis. Determination of chemical oxygen demand (COD) of the given industrial waste water sample. Determination of Calcium oxide (CaO) in the given sample of cement by Rapid EDTA method. Reference 1. Determination of dissolved oxygen in the given sample by winkler method. Determination of Iron in the given sample of Haematite ore solution using potassium dichromate crystals by external indication method 5. 2. Bassett. Denny. 6.EXPERIMENTS IN APPLIED CHEMISTRY 1. 4th Ed. revised by J. 2. C. 4. Practical Engineering Chemistry by Sunita & Ratan. G. Determination of total hardness of a sample of water using disodium salt of EDTA. R. Determination of percentage of copper in brass using standard sodium thiosulphate solution.H. Jeffary. 3. Page 22 .
N.S.Vasudev APPLIED CHEMISTRY Text Books 1) A text book of Engineering chemistry by Jain and Jain . Avadhanulu P. Kshirsagar 3. Engineering Physics ± A. Applied Physics ± V R Doiphode 2. Applied Physics ± Patgaonkar Reference books 1. Engineering Physics ± Uma Mukherji 3.G. Engineering Physics ± Gaur And Gupta 2. Engineering Physics ± M.APPLIED PHYSICS Text books 1.
edited by G. Nagin Chand & Co. New edition. 2) Text book of polymer Science by F. 1994 3) Liquid crystals and plastic crystals.Dhanapatrai Publications. G. 4) Corrosion Engineering ± by M. Dara. 2001. W. John Wiley & sons. Vol ±I. R. Puri. Page 23 2. S. Billmeyer. Mc Graw Hill Publications. Ellis Horwood series in Physical chemistry. Sharma & M. Uppal Khanna Publishers. S. Marks for the paper Max. New Delhi. W. Pathama. Reference books 1) Principles of Physical chemistry B. New York. S. 2) Engineering chemistry by M.3 Lectures per week Practical per week Max. Sixth Edition. Gray and P. L. M. S. 5) A text book of Engineering chemistry by S. Fontana. Chand Publications. Marks for Sessional INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY : 4 hours : 2 hours : 100 : 3 hours . R. A. Winsor.
salient features and elementary operations with DOS. WWW. Types of database management systems. High level languages. Input devices: Keyboard.Total no. mouse Output Devices: Monitor: characteristics of monitor. Printers: Dot matrix. Inkjet printers Operating Systems: Functions of an operating system. Functions of an assembler. of modules Questions to be drawn from each module Min. Windows and Linux. Fundamental algorithms along with their Flow charts: . Assembly languages.Exchange of values of two variables . Machine languages. Spamming MODULE 2 Database Management System: Introduction to Database Management System: What is database.Summation of set of numbers . Networks of computers: Topologies Network Architecture: Peer to peer. IP Address. Memory Units. of questions to be answered from each module Total no of questions to be answered in the paper :4 :2 :1 :5 MODULE 1 Introduction to Computer: Specifications of Personal Computer (Pentium Based Computer). Characteristic of data in database. URL. Web Browsers. Page 25 Introduction to Programming languages: Introduction. Anatomy of digital computer. Email: How Email works. ClientServer architecture Internet and World Wide Web: Domain Name. Email names and addresses. interpreter and compilers. Compilation process. No. Auxiliary storage units. types of high level languages.
two dimension array. switch. Passing array to a function. Call by reference. File Input Output Operations: File management in C. array initialization. for. Call by value. 3.Reversing the digits of an Integer MODULE 3 Fundamentals of Programming using C Language: Overview of C.G Dromey(Module II) Programming in ANSI C by Balagurusamy (Module III and IV) Let Us C by Yeshwant Kanetkar (Module IV) Experiments: 1) Components of PC and Network Components 2) Commands of DOS and Linux 3) Study of MS Word and Powerpoint 4) Study of MS Access and MS Excel 5) C program on Decision control structure 6) C program on Loop control structure 7) C program on Case control structure 8) C program on Functions . Defining opening and closing of files. Decision making and looping: If. Arrays: Introduction. 2. dowhile. Constants variables and data types. while.. Ifelse. operators and expressions. Textbooks: 1. data input output. 4. One dimension array.Factorial Computation . Fundamentals of Information technology by Alexis Leon (Module I and II) How to solve it by computers by R.Fibonacci Series . MODULE 4 Functions: Function declarations and prototypes.
property. Second law and degradation of energy. basic calculation MODULE II BASICS OF HEAT ENGINES AND REFRIGERATION Internal Combustion (I. . condenser and pump.definition. Total no.4 BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING : 03 Hours : 02 Hours : 03 hours : 100 : 25 : 125 1. Reversible process . process.constant volume. choosing at least one from each module. turbine. taxonomy ± Spark Ignition & Compression Ignition with twostroke and four stroke . Out of this. First lawNonFlow Energy equation (no proof) with the concept of internal energy and enthalpy. 5 questions are to be attempted. surroundings.efficiency ±definition. constant pressure. Maximum marks for internal assessment 6. Page 25 2. Duration of semester end examination 4. heat and work (concepts only). Air standard cycle (representation on P plane only)V Otto and Diesel cycle only (no derivation). of lectures per week 2.9) C program on Arrays 10) C program on Files . First law applied to boiler. Total marks Semester end examination is of 100 marks and the question paper consists of 4 modules and 8 questions. MODULE I BASICS OF THERMODYNAMICS Basic concepts of thermodynamics ± system. absolute temperature scale (concepts only). Each module carries 2 questions of 20 marks each. isothermal and adiabatic only (restricted to basic calculations of heat and work transfer). Maximum marks for semester end examination 5. Practicals per week 3.operating principles with basic parts.C) Engines: Basics.
spinning. mechanical fastening. Machining processes to produce various shapesturning. (2003). refrigerants. introduction to MultiPoint Fuel Injection (MPFI) Thermal power plant ± Working principle using schematic diagram. gear boxconstruction and working principle of constant mesh gear box. Sheet metal forming processes . brazing.tonne of refrigeration (preliminary treatment without numericals) MODULE III BASICS OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Preamble. centrifugal. die. Classification of automobiles. Fundamental of Engineering Thermodynamics. . relative motion between work piece and tool for each process. Joining processesarc welding. closed die. dryness fraction (no steam table and Mollier diagram). domestic refrigerator . shape.bending. soldering. laserbeam welding. Automotive emissions and control ± basic concepts only Page 26 MODULE IV INTRODUCTION TREATMENT) TO MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING (BRIEF Casting ± sand. lubrication and cooling (elementary description with schematic sketches only). grinding. Text Books y Rathakrishnan E.basic calculations of brake power and specific fuel consumption. Components . brake system ± lay out for air and power brake systems with working principles. transmissionworking principle of single plate clutch. adhesive bonding.Basics. propeller shaft. tube bending. drilling.lay out for manual and hydraulic steering systems with working principles. impact.construction and working principle. differential . hydrostatic.fuel. milling. Rolling ± flat. Steam Engineering ± latent heat. cold..basic structure. ignition. tapping. Vapour power cycle basic Rankine cycle only (preliminary treatment without numericals) Refrigeration. Steering system .Systems . universal joint. Extrusion and drawinghot. stretch forming. working principle using schematic diagram. New Delhi. Forgingopen die. Prentice Hall of India Pub.
Automobile Engineering. choosing at least one from each module. New Delhi. (2002).. and Schmid S. New Delhi. New Delhi. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. of lectures per week 2. Duration of semester end examination 4. Boles M.. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. New Delhi. R. Addison Wesley Longman Pub. Manufacturing Technology. Anuradha Publishers. y Rao P. ³Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering´. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Each module carries 2 questions of 20 marks each. (2001).. (1997). y Cengel Y. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Thermodynamics . Total marks : 03 Hours : 02 Hours : 03 Hours : 100 : 25 : 125 Semester end examination is of 100 marks and the question paper consists of 4 modules and 8 questions. New Delhi.an Engineering approach. Singapore Page 27 2.. (2000).y y Singh K. Practicals per week 3. Kalpakjian S. Campbell J. MODULE I . Tata McGraw Hill Pub.5 BASIC ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING 1. Palanichamy M.. A. New Delhi. Maximum marks for internal assessment 6. 5 questions are to be attempted. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology. (2004). Maximum marks for semester end examination 5. (1991). S. y Reference Books y Venugopal K. A. Total no. (1994).S. Chennai y Crouse. Standard Publishers. N. Basic Mechanical Engineering. (1985) Principles of manufacturing materials and processes.. Automotive mechanics.. Out of this.
Integrated Circuits. Effect of temperature. Halfwave. EnhancementType MOSFETsFeedback Biasing Arrangement. Clippers. Transistor Operation. SelfBias and VoltageDivider Bias Configurations(both n.SEMICONDUCTOR DIODES: Ideal Diode. DIODE APPLICATIONS: Load Line Analysis. Basic Concept of a Capacitorfilter. CommonCollector Configuration. Voltage Regulation. Voltage ±Divider Biasing Arrangement. Derivation of Ripple Factor. Bias Stabilization (Fixed Bias. Transfer Characteristics. FET BIASING: (JFETs and Depletion ±type FET) FixedBias. Transition and Diffusion Capacitance. Semiconductor Diode. Transistor Amplifying Action. MODULE III FIELDEFFECT TRANSISTORS: Construction and Characteristics of JFETs. Fullwave and Bridge Rectifiers. VoltageDivider Bias. Limits of Operation. Parallel and SeriesParallel Diode Configurations. CommonEmitter Configuration. EmitterStabilized Bias Circuit. Resistance Levels. EmitterBias and VoltageDivider Bias). CommonBase Configuration. Monolithic Integrated Circuit. Clampers. Diode Approximations.and pchannel). DepletionType MOSFET. Page 28 MODULE IV DISCRETE AND IC MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES: Discrete Diodes. Transformer Utilization Factor. voltages. MODULE II BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR(BJT): Transistor Construction. Zener diodes . PIV.s. DC BIASING: Operating Point. Diode Equivalent Circuits. DC and r. Voltage Multiplier Circuits. Transistor Fabrication. EnhancementType MOSFET. Transistor Switching Networks. Series.m. FixedBias Circuit. . Avalanche Breakdown. CMOS.
CROOperation. PHI. A. Electronic Devices and Circuits. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Electronic Devices and Circuits PHI. pnpn AND OTHER DEVICES. Silicon.OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS: Introduction. Eight Assigments to cover the syllabus.Theory and Construction. Boylestad and L. OTHER TWOTERMINAL DEVICES:Photodiodes. Photoconductive Cells. R. Solar Cells. Mottershead. Oscillator Operation. Nashelsky.Controlled Rectifier(SCR). Basic SCR Operation. 2. IR Emitters. SESSIONALS: 1. FEEDBACK AND OSCILLATOR CIRCUITS:Feedback Concepts. . SCR Characteristics and Ratings. LiquidCrystal Displays. 2. A minimum of six experiments based on the syllabus. Feedback AmplifierPhase and Frequency Considerations. OSCILLOSCOPE (CRO):Cathode Ray Tube. 6th Edn. Synchronization and Triggering. Thermistors. Voltage Sweep Operation.
Total marks 6. Page 29 2. each question will carry 25 marks. of lectures per week 2. SECTION ± I ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES MODULEI The Environment: Definition. of sections : 04 Hours (2+2) : 03 hours : 100 : 50 (25+25) : 150 : 02 The question paper will consist of 8 questions divided into two sections. scope.. answering 1 question from each module. Tata McGrawHill. .6 ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 1.Bhargava. Basic Electronics and Linear Circuits. nature and its importance. N. No. Duration of semester end examination 3. Total no. Total of 4 questions are to be attempted. Maximum marks for semester end examination 4. Need for public awareness. Maximum marks for internal assessment 5.REFERENCES: 1.N. There shall be 2 questions from each module.
characteristics features. structure and function of an ecosystem. environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. conflicts over water. b) Water resources: Use and overutilization of surface and ground water. types. deforestation. c) Mineral resources: Usage and exploitation. Introduction. renewable and non renewable energy sources. soil erosion and desertification. g) Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources h) Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyle. structure and function of the following ecosystems A) Grassland ecosystem. food webs and ecological pyramids. changes caused by agriculture effects of modern agriculture. dams and their effects on forests. drought.Natural Resources and Associated Problems a) Forest resources: Use and overexploitation. producers. f) Land resources: Land as a resource. Food chains. d) Food resources: World food problem. e) Energy resources: Growing energy needs. use of alternate energy sources. need for conservation of energy. man induced landslides. mining. its degradation. floods. B) Pond ecosystem Page 30 MODULEII . consumers and decomposers. fertilizerpesticide problems. damsbenefits and problems. Ecosystems: Concept. Timber extraction.
effects and control measures of: a) Air pollution b) Water pollution d) Marine pollution e) Noise pollution. Personality and Motivation 2. Personal Grooming InterGroup Relations 1. Ozone layer depletion and Global warming.Group relations (working as a team. Coping with Stress. Meditation. yoga 3.Repetitive Prayer.III Personality: Types (Heredity + Environment Tolerance) 1. urban problems related to pollution. InterPersonal Relations and Inter. Solid waste management: Causes. effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes. causes. Positive thinking and Positive Living: balanced diet. Global Issues: Acid rain. proper habits and healthy living 5. water conservation. Adjustment 4. cooperation and competition) . Social Issues and the Environment From unsustainable to sustainable development. rain water harvesting Functions of CPCB and SPCB SECTION ± II SOCIAL SCIENCES MODULE.Environmental Pollution: Definition.
6. Deswal Publisher: Dhanpat Rai and Co. Empowerment of Women 3. Acculturation. Ethics: Moral foundations of social order Professional ethics 3. Limitations and Evaluation. Responsibility: Personal. Chennai. Culture and Identity 5.Etiquettes and Social behaviour MODULE. S. Sociology (Principles of Sociology with an Introduction to social thought). N. Pearson Education Pte.Nature and Significance. Pvt. Robert A. Social Sciences 1.2. Religious Tolerance Page 31 TEXT BOOKS: Environmental Studies 1. Changes in culture: Cross cultural interactions. Business Manners. 2. Moral and Social 4. Chand Publications. enculturation. Our Culture: different aspects 4.IV Society and Culture 1. Ltd. Principles of Environmental Science and Engineering by R. Psychology. C. Education. Pannirselvam SPGS Publisher. different kinds of education systems 2. cultural diffusion etc. Shankar Rao. 2. Baron. Ltd. Globalisation 7. A Basic Course in Environmental Studies by S. .
Guidelines. K. Lamm. P. K. 1196p Mckinney. Environmental Chemistry.. 1987. 2. 3. Schaefer and Robert P. 1971. L. Environmental Chemistry. Desh Ka Paryavaran . K. A. 7. B. Compliances References: Social Sciences Sociology. Rules. Goel Publ. M. K. Oxford & IBH Publ. Sharma B. House. 4. New Delhi. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Fundamentals of Ecology. and P. Richard T. Trivedi R. & Datta. House. Environmental S cience Systems Odum. K. Waste Water Treatment. Maximum marks for internal assessment : 04 Hours : 50 i) WELDING:Demonstration of various welding machines and equipments. Goel.. 6. Ganolai santi Pratisthan. N. USA. .Anupam Misra. & Schocl.. E. Tata Mcgraw Hill publications Articles in relevant Journals/Publications The New Encyclopedia Britannica. 1996.Co.References: Environmental Studies 1. Bombay (R) 9.7 WORKSHOP PRACTICE ± II 1. Down to Earth. M. W. Macropedia. Saunders Co. Rao M. Meerut Society. R. Handbook of Environmental Laws. 8. Introduction to air pollution. 2001. Page 32 2. Centre for Science and Environment Environmental Encyclopedia. Practicals per week 2. TechnoScience 10. Practical: At least one job on Electric Arc welding. Jaico Publ. 5. K. De A. Trivedi R. Mumbai.
Practical: At least one job on lathe covering simple lathe operations.Demonstration of lathes. paints. Practical: At least one simple pattern of wood. and milling machines. . Knowledge of plywood. grinding machines. and polish. hardwood.Timber classification. equipments.ii) TURNING: . Demonstration of drilling machines. iii) PATTERN MAKING: . shapers. Practical: At least four various types of sand moulds. iv) FOUNDRY: . adhesive glues. seasoning defects in Timber. and f urnaces used in foundry shop. varnish.Demonstration of hand tools. tools and equipments.