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B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First Semester

Introduction to English-I (HU-111)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective:

To train students to acquire language skills this will enable them;

1. To acquire effective and appropriate communication skills

2. To understand and acquire the interdependent skills of reading and communication; and

3. To appreciate literature and develop an understanding of how it may contribute to

personal growth and advancement

Unit

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

Unit 4

Unit 5

Unit 6

Course outline

Contents

What is Language?

Definition - Components of Language - The Sounds of Language Units of Meaning - Word Order and Sentence Structure - Meaning in

Language Learning English and Second Language Acquisition

(SLA)

Lend me your Ear*

Why to listen? How to listen? What to listen? - Importance of

Active Listening Constraints on listening in SLA

The Talking Ape*

Importance of imitation Internal monologue to global

communication Power-point presentation skills - Quantity versus

quality

Step-by-step to Grammar

The sentence Tenses Punctuation - Reported speech Voices

Read & write your way up

Reading for Comprehension Dictionary work Difference between

speech and writing structure your thoughts- Opening and the end

game

Belles Lettres (Part one)

Literature and language relationship Social function of literature

Role of good literature in enriching ones language

Total

Text/Reference Books:

1. English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin

2. English Grammar Book by J.C. Nesfield

Contact Hrs.

06

08

08

08

10

08

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B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First Semester

Introduction to Mathematics-I (MA-111)

Basic Sciences (BS); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: Syllabus of this paper is designed in such a way that it carries fundamental of

mathematics i.e. how to prove/disprove a statement in mathematics, some basics of mathematics

that are required to everyone who wants to study mathematics. In every branch of engineering

we have visualization course in which students have to work in 2d and 3d so they need to basic

understanding of geometry. This course contains functions, system of equations that will be

taught with the help of geometry so that they can learn how functions behave geometrically. In

the last two units it contains Linear Algebra that is essential for every branch of engineering.

So the objective of this course is to develop the basics of mathematics, give the flavour of

visualization in 2d, 3d with the help of functions and basic of linear algebra. And well trend the

students in linear algebra that is essential for every engineer so that they should be able to carry

their dream of become a good engineer.

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

Statements, Negation, Connectives, Implications, Contrapositive, Truth 10

Tables, Quantifiers, Pigeon Hole principle and Russells paradox.

II

Graphs, Functions: Exponential, Logarithmic, Trigonometric functions. 10

III

Types of equations, Consistency and types of solution,Linear 15

Independence, Row rank, Column rank, Rank. Definition, Basis,

Dimension, FDVS, Linear transformation, Matrix representation of a l.t.

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Characteristic Equation, Cayley Hamilton theorem, Eigen values and 10

Eigen vectors.

Total

45

Text Book:

Hoffmann and Kunze, NCERT +1,+2

Reference book:

Gilbert Strange

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First Semester

Introduction to Computers (CS-111)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 4 Credits (3-0-2)

Objective: To provide a general knowledge of computers and various peripherals of a computer

such as open Source Software, basics of logic, handling virus and malwares, Media formats

email, WWW, and knowledge of fundamentals of computer networks.

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

Computer as combination of Peripherals. Working of various 10

peripherals. Memory Types, Printer and other peripherals. RAM, ROM,

Disc Drive, SMPS, RTC, BIOS, Boot loader, PCI

II

VGA, Serial, Parallel Communication between computers

III

DNS, Web server and Client, Proxy Server, ADSL broadband, Dial Up

connection. Working of internet in Laymen terms. Torrent, Metalinks,

Ping

IV

Linux and its benefits. Device Drivers, How Virus and malware affect

your computer. Media Formats. How images and video are stored and

playback in computer. Media Codec H.264, MPEG, JPEG, BMP.

Total

44

List of Experiments

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3. Working with MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel

4. Maintaining a printer, Ink/Cartridge refilling, Setting up a document for printing (Landscape,

Portrait)

5. Set up a network of 3 computers and transfer files between them

6. Network trouble shooting. Ping, netstat, trace route etc.

7. Photoshop / GIMP (Require 2-3 Lab sessions )

8. Remote desktop.

9. Search Engine Optimization, Webmaster tools (need suggestions on this)

Text Book:

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First Semester

How Things Work (ME-111)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 2 Credits (1-0-2)

Objective: To provide knowledge of basic engineering machines and their working principles

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

Engineering Physics and Chemistry Principles review, Vector & Forces: 8

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Structures, Bridges.

Simple Machines: Gear pulleys, Flywheels, Cranks (Car & Sewing

Machine), Acoustics: silencers, fuel pump, radiator, steering

mechanisms

II

refrigeration and A.C (Concepts and Principles)

III

controls: Washing machine, car wiper, car door

Total

20

List of Experiments

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

21.

Principle of working of transmission system of an automobile

Principle of working of an IC Engine

Analysis of flywheel and crank mechanism

Analysis of different mechanisms of sewing machine

Principle of working of fuel pump and radiator

Principle of working of silencers

Principle of working of refrigerator

Principle of working of an Air conditioning system

Principle of working of an electric motor

Analysis of electric wiring, MCB and safety measures

Analysis of car wiper and car door

Text Book:

[1] Not specified (Basic engineering books)

Reference:

Search on internet and go through lab manuals

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First Semester

Applied Physics (PH-111)

Basic Sciences (BS); 3 Credits (3-0-0)

Objective: The aim of the Applied Physics Subject is to provide an adequate exposure and

develop insight about the basic principles of physics along with the possible applications. The

familiarity with the basic principles of physics would help engineers to understand the tools and

techniques used in the industry. The Subject provides the necessary foundations for inculcating

innovative approaches. While creating awareness about the vital role played by science and

engineering in the development of new technologies, the Subject would provide the necessary

exposure to the practical aspects, which is an essential component for learning science.

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Unit

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

Course outline

Contents

Oscillations:

Simple harmonic motion (SHM): Equation of motion and its solution.

Conservation of energy in SHM. Simple pendulum, Physical

Pendulum, Bar pendulum, Torsional Pendulum. Superposition of

parallel and perpendicular SHMs and their comparison. [APF: Ch-1-3]

Damped Oscillation: Equations of motion and its general solution,

Energy in damped oscillation, Quality factor, Logarithm decrement,

Relaxation time. . [APF: Ch-4]

Forced Damped Oscillation: Equation of motion and its general

solution, steady state behavior, Quality factor,

amplitude and velocity resonance, Sharpness of resonance.

Examples of Resonance: Mechanical resonance, Electrical Resonance,

Optical resonance, Nuclear Resonance, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

(NMR). [APF: Ch-4]

Physical Optics:

Interference: Youngs double slit experiment, Production of coherent

sources by division of wave front (Fresnels Biprism) [AG 14.1-14.8],

Interference in thin films (Parallel films) [AG 15.1-15.2], Interference

in wedge-shaped layers [AG 15.8], Newtons rings [AG 15.10].

Diffraction: Types of diffraction, Fraunhofer diffraction due to a single

slit [AG 18.1-18.2], Double slit and grating (qualitative) [AG 18.6

-18.7], Resolving Power, Limit of Resolution, Rayleigh Criterion [AG

18.5].

Polarization: Malus law, Brewster's law, Double refraction [AG 22.122.3].

Electromagnetic Theory:

Vector Calculus (DG: Chapter-1: No proof of theorems required,

statements of theorems and some simple applications will suffice):

Vector Algebra (DG: 1.1): Vector Operations, Vector Algebra in

component form, Triple Products, Position, Displacement and

Separation of vectors.

Differential Calculus (DG: 1.2): Gradient, The Del Operator,

Divergence, Curl, Product Rules, Second Derivatives.

Integral Calculus (DG: 1.3): Line, Surface and Volume Integrals,

Fundamental Theorems of Calculus, Fundamental Theorems for

Gradients, Divergences and Curls. Integration by Parts.

Curvilinear Coordinates (DG: 1.4): Spherical and Cylindrical

Coordinates.

Electrostatics (DG: Chapter-2):

Coulombs Law, Electric Field due to discrete and continuous charge

distributions, Divergence and curl of electrostatic fields, Gausss law and its

Applications. Concept of electric potential, Relationship between E and V,

Potential of localized charge distributions. Boundary Conditions, Work and

Energy in Electrostatics. The Energy of a continuous charge distribution.

Contact

Hrs.

17

14

17

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Magnetostatics (DJ: Ch-5):

Magnetic Fields, Lorentz Force Law [DG: 5.1.1-5.1.2], Currents, line, surface

and volume current density, Equation of continuity [DG: 5.1.3], Biot-Savart

Law [DG; 5.2], Divergence and Curl of B [DG: 5.3], Amperes Law and its

applications [5.3.3].

Electrodynamics (DJ: Ch-7, 8, 9):

Electromagnetic Induction, Faradays Law [DJ: 7.2.1], induced electric field

[7.2.2], Inductance, mutual inductance, Neumann formula, Self inductance

[DJ: 7.2.3]. Energy in magnetic fields [DJ: 7.2.4]. Maxwells Equations [DJ:

7.3.1-7.3.3]. Poyntings Theorem [DJ: 8.1.2], Momentum and Angular

Momentum of electromagnetic fields [DJ: 8.2.4]. Electromagnetic waves in

vacuum [DJ: 9.2].

Total

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Text Books:

1. A. P. French [APF], Vibrations and Waves, MIT Introductory Physics Series, 1st Ed.

(CBS Publisher, 2003).

2. Ajoy Ghatak [AG], Optics, 5th Ed. (Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2013).

3. D.J. Griffiths [DG], Introduction to Electrodynamics, 4th Ed. (PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.,

New Delhi, 2013)

Reference Books:

1. H. C. Verma, Concepts of Physics, Vol-I & II (Bharati Bhawan P & D, New Delhi, 2012).

2. N. Subramanyam, Brij Lal, M. N. Avadhanulu, A Textbook of Optics, 24 th Revised

Edition (S. Chand & Co Ltd., New Delhi, 2010).

3. F. S. Crawford, Waves: Berkeley Physics Subject (Vol-3) (Tata McGraw Hill Education).

4. S. Mani Naidu, Engineering Physics, (Pearson, New Delhi, 2014).

5. E. M. Purcell, Electricity and Magnetism: Berkeley Physics Subject (Volume - 2) (Tata

McGraw Hill Education, 2011).

6. Mathew N.O. Sadiku, Principles of Electromagnetics, 4th Ed., International Version

(OUP, New Delhi, 2014).

(Lab is to be conducted in Second Semester)

1 Credit (0-0-2)

List of Experiments

Any ten experiments, at least four from each group

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Group A

To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light by Newtons ring.

To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light with the help of Fresnels biprism.

To determine the focal length of two lenses by nodal slide and locate the position of

cardinal points.

To determine the specific rotation of cane sugar solution using polarimeter.

To determine the wavelength of spectral lines using plane transmission grating.

To study the polarization of light by simple reflection using laser.

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7. Measurement of Wavelength of a laser (He- Ne) light using single slit diffraction.

Group B

1. To determine the specific resistance of a given wire using Carey Fosters bridge.

2. To study the variation of magnetic field along the axis of current carrying - Circular coil

and then to estimate the radius of the coil.

3. To verify Stefans Law by electrical method.

4. To calibrate the given ammeter and voltmeter by potentiometer.

5. To study the Hall effect and determine Hall coefficient, carrier density and - mobility of a

given semiconductor using Hall effect set up.

6. To determine the energy band gap of a given semiconductor material.

7. To determine E.C.E. of copper using Tangent or Helmholtz galvanometer.

8. To draw hysteresis curve of a given sample of ferromagnetic material and from - this to

determine magnetic susceptibility and permeability of the given specimen.

9. To determine the ballistic constant of a ballistic galvanometer.

10. To determine the coefficient of viscosity of a liquid.

11. Measurement of fiber attenuation and aperture of fiber.

12. High resistance by leakage method.

13. Magnetic Susceptibility of paramagnetic solution.

B.Tech (2014-15)

First Year- Second Semester

Introduction to English II (HU-121)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 4 Credits (3-0-2)

Objective: To train students to acquire language skills. This will enable them to acquire effective

and appropriate communication skills, to understand and acquire the interdependent skills of

reading and communication; and to appreciate literature and develop an understanding of how it

may contribute to personal growth and advancement

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

Professional Communication

I

10

Definition Modes of Official Communication The Letter The

Report The Official Note Email Itinerary Notice, Agenda and

Minutes

II

The Hunting Game

10

Scripting the Resume The Application Letter Telephony of the

Interview Encounter with the Leviathan Negotiation Skills

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III

IV

V

Plausible Denial

It pays to be Garrulous

Informal Meetings and the Professional Prattle Humour and the Art of

Narration Classic Movies and Plays in English

Appreciate and Apologize

The Virtue of Appreciation Identifying Appropriate Vocabulary The

Art of Apology Argue and Justify

Belles Lettres: Teaching Language through Literature (Part 2)

Literature and language relationship Introduction to Important World

Authors Prominent Indian Authors in English Total

10

08

08

46

Reading List:

1. Glocal Anthology of Short Stories, Poems and Essays (Proposed)

2. Wren and Martin. Rev. by N. D. V. Prasad Rao. High School English Grammar and

Composition. S. Chand & Company: New Delhi.

3. Raman, Meenakshi and Sangeeta Sharma. Technical Communication: Principles and

Practice. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press: New Delhi, 2011.

4. Miglani, Seema and Shikha Goyal. English for Professionals: A Book of Communication

Skills in English. 2nd ed. Nirmal: Kurukshetra, 2013.

5. Cutler, Wade E. Triple Your Reading Speed. Pocket Books: NY, 2002. [Also on Google

Books]

6. Gangal, J. K. A Practical Course in Effective English Speaking Skills. PHI Learning: New

Delhi, 2012.

7. ---. A Practical Course for Developing Writing Skills in English. PHI Learning: New Delhi,

2011.

8. Bhatnagar, Nitin. Communicative English for Engineers and Professionals. Dorling

Kindersley: New Delhi, 2010.

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B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- second Semester

Introduction to Mathematics II (MA 121)

Basic Sciences (BS); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: To provide knowledge of basic differential calculus and iterative integral and

applications of integral in finding the arc length, surface area and volume etc.

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

Limits and continuity, Indeterminate form (Lhopitals rule etc.), 8

convergence, divergence of series and Sequences.

II

Differentiability, successive differentiation, Leibnitz formula, Taylor

7

and McLauren series. Mean Value Theorem (MVT), rolles theorem,

Cauchy theorem and their applications,

III

Iterative integration, beta and gamma function, and Improper Integral,

11

multiple integration, application of 2 and 3 variable integration eg:

change of order, solid of revolution, surface area, arc length etc.

IV

V

different types of coordinate systems

Laplacian operator, Gauss divergence theorem, Greens Theorem,

Stokes Theorem

Total

Texts Books:

1. Advanced Engineering Mathematic By D. G. Zill and W. S. Wright.

2. Mathematical Analysis.By S.C. Malik and SavitaArora.

Reference Books:

1. Higher Engineering mathematics By B.S. Grewal.

2. Calculus and Analytic Geometry By George B. Thomas, Jr. Ross L. Finney

7

13

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B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- second Semester

Applied Chemistry (CH 121)

Basic Sciences (BS); 4 Credits (3-0-2)

Objective: The Subject will provide information on structure of atoms, chemical bonds,

chemical thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, polymer and electrochemistry

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

Theory and Principles in Chemical Bonding and Structures:

8

Atomic structure, Fundamental physical properties of atoms and

molecules, Hybridization- concept and its applications to simple

molecules/ions, VSEPR theory and molecular shapes; Resonanceconcept, resonance energy, canonical structures and application in the

elucidation of structure and properties of some typical molecules/ions,

Molecular orbital (MO) theory of covalent bond, Metallic bonding:

discussion in light of Electron Sea Model & Band theory of metallic

bond, conductors, insulators and semiconductors

II

Chemical Thermodynamics:

6

Thermodynamics of chemical reactions, Introduction, Definitions and

assumption, 1st law of thermodynamics, Heat capacities, Energy changes

during a chemical reaction,

Entropy and the 2nd law of thermodynamics, Gibbs free energy, Ideal

Mixtures, Chemical potential, Equilibrium constants.

III

Chemical Kinetics:

12

General discussion on different order reactions, derivation of second,

third, parallel and consecutive reactions, Order and molecularity of

reactions, differential and integrated from of rate equations.

Determination of order of reactions, activation energy- concept and

connected problems, kinetics study and mechanism of reactions and

temperature effect. Parallel and consecutive reactions. Steady State

concept with suitable example.

Spectroscopic Methods of Chemical Analysis:

Introduction to Spectroscopy, Electromagnetic spectrum, Symbols,

Spectrophotometer, Photochemistry, Ultra-Violet, and Visible

Spectroscopy, The Absorption law, Theory of ultraviolet visible

spectroscopy, Types of electronic transitions, Chromophore,

Auxochrome, Absosrption and intensity shifts, Calculation of UVabsosrption wavelength in conjugated denies and trienes, Choice of

solvent,

Instrumentation,

Applications

of

ultraviolet-visible

spectroscopy, Application and Instrumentation of atomic absorption

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IV

spectroscopy.

Separation Techniques for Chemical Compounds:

12

Introduction of Chromatography, Classification of Chromatography

Methods, Chromatographic Mechanisms, Terminology Used in

Chromatography, Chromatographic Performance, Isolation of Separated

Components (Elution), Gas Chromatography, Column Chromatography,

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Comparison of

Chromatographic Techniques.

Polymer Chemistry:

Introduction and classification of polymers, Types of Plastics

-thermoplastic & thermosetting resins, moulding of plastics. Types of

polymerization: addition or chain polymerization, condensation

polymerization, coordination polymerization, ionic polymerization, step

polymerization and their mechanism, Polymerizability of a monomer.

Molecular weight of polymers; Weight average molecular weight;

Number average molecular weight. Introduction to polymer composites.

Application of engineering polymers in daily life. Vulcanization,

Natural & synthetic rubbers, silicon rubbers, polyurethanes, alkyl resins,

Elastomers.

Adhesive and Coating technology:

10

Theory of adhesion, thermodynamic aspects of adhesion, rheology of

adhesives, general properties of adhesives, adhesives from natural

sources, synthetic adhesives, thermoreactive adhesives, thermoplastic

adhesives, gluing of wood products, and role of adhesives.

Different coating technologies: chemical vapour deposition, physical

vapour deposition, electro deposition, thermal spray process, coating

deposition by wetting. Various coating process parameters and various

surface properties of the coating. Criteria for selection of a surface

coating technology. Product oriented surface coating technology.

Physical and mechanical characterization of the coating.

Electrochemistry:

Electrochemical series, Nernsts equation for electrode potential and cell

EMFF, varieties of cell-concentration and chemical cells, liquid junction

potential, thermodynamic functions from cell EMF measurements

Acid-base titrations, redox titrations, redox indicators, over voltage.

Total

48

Texts Books:

1. A New Concise Inorganic Chemistry, J. D. Lee, 5th Edition (1996), Chapman & Hall,

London.

2. Principles of Physical Chemistry, B. R. Puri, L. R. Sharma, and M. S. Pathania, 37th

Edition (1998), Shoban Lal Nagin Chand & Co., Jalandhar.

3. Organic Chemistry, R. T. Morrison and R. N. Boyd, 6th Edition (1992), Prentice-Hall

of India (P) Ltd., New Delhi.

Reference Books:

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1.

2.

3.

4.

Concise Inorganic Chemistry, J.D. Lee, Blackwell Science.

Physical Chemistry, P. W Atkins

Physical Chemistry, Samuel Glasstone, McMillan India Ltd.

List of Experiments

Chemistry is an experimental science the concepts and models are based on experiment. Thus,

the laboratories are designed to give students a handson experience in order to reinforce

concepts. Students may encounter material in the laboratory before you see the material in

lecture.

Experiment 1: Determination of amount of calcium in milk and water of Glocal University,

Saharanpur.

Experiment 2: Extraction of caffeine from tea leaves

Experiment 3: Extraction and identification of DNA from green peas and onions.

Experiment 4: Potentiometric titrations using the pH meter and determination of pKa.

Experiment 5: Paper and column chromatography of plant pigments.

Experiment 6: Diels alder reaction of anthracene and maleic anhydride.

Experiment 7: Photochemical reduction of ferric oxalate in cyanotype blue printing.

Experiment 8: Estimation of iodine in iodized salt

Experiment 9: Study of the kinetics of the iodide-hydrogen peroxide clock reaction

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- second Semester

Visualization (ME 121)

Basic Engineering Sciences (BES); 2 Credits (1-0-2)

Objective: To provide knowledge of basic differential calculus and iterative integral and

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applications of integral in finding the arc length, surface area and volume etc.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

accessories, Lettering and Dimensioning practice, Scales, Drawing of

simple geometry, Free hand sketch (Circle, Triangle, Square, Hexagon

etc.)

Orthographic projections: Introduction to first and third angle views

and symbols, Different types of views (Top, Left side, Right side,

Bottom, Isometric).

Projections of simple planes: Conical, Cubical, cylindrical,

Hexagonal/Pentagonal prism, Pyramids etc.

Isometric projections: Oblique and Perspective Projections,

Conversion of Isometric Views to Orthographic Views and Vice Versa

etc.

Total

II

III

Contact

Hrs.

8

10

8

26

Texts Books:

1. N. D. Bhatt , Engineering Drawing Plane and Solid Geometry (English) Charotar

Publishing House

Reference Books:

1. K Venugpoal, Engineering Drawing and Graphics, 3nd edition, New Age International,

1998

2. P.S. Gill, Engineering Drawing (geometrical drawing )S.K. Katariya & Sons

B.Tech (2013-14)

Second Year- Third Semester

Applied Mathematics I (MA-211)

Basic Sciences (BS); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: To learn how to form ODE and PDE in real life and various methods for solving

them and their applications to solve heat equations and wave equations etc.

Course outline

Unit

I

Contents

Ordinary Differential Equations: Classification of differential equations, 15

First Order Differential Equations (linear and nonlinear), Higher Order

Contact

Hrs.

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II

III

equations, solution by substitutions, Modeling with systems of first-order DE,

Homogeneous and nonhomogeneous equations, initial value and boundary

value problems, Variation of parameters, Cauchy-Euler equation, Solutions of

one dimensional heat and wave equations and Laplace equation , Solving

System of Linear equations.

Series Solutions of Linear Differential Equations: solutions about

ordinary points, solutions about singular points, Bessel functions, Legendre

functions.

classification of first-order PDEs, Linear and Quasi-linear first-order

PDEs, Cauchy's problem for first order PDEs, The Cauchy Kowalevski

Theorem, Integral surfaces passing through a given curve, Nonlinear

first-order PDEs, The method of characteristics, Compatible systems,

Charpits method, Jacobis method for nonlinear PDEs.

Second-Order PDEs - Classification, Canonical forms, Well-posed

problems, Superposition principle.

The Heat Equation - Derivation of the heat equation, The

maximum and minimum principles, Uniqueness, Continuous

dependence, Method of separation of variables, Time-independent

boundary conditions, Time-dependent boundary conditions, Duhamels

principle.

The Wave Equation - Derivation of the wave equation, The

infinite string problem, The D'Alembert solution of the wave equation,

The semi-infinite string problem, The finite vibrating string problem,

The method of separation variables, The inhomogeneous wave equation.

Total

4

14

4

5

48

Text Book:

1. Advanced Engineering mathematics by Dennis G. Zill and Warren S. Wright,

Reference:

1. Advanced Engineering mathematics by Erwin.Kreyszig.

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B.Tech (2013-14)

Second Year- Third Semester

Basic Electronics (EC-211)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 4 Credits (3-0-2)

Objective: Basic idea of the Subject will be to introduce the basic concepts required to

understand the electronic devices, circuits and measuring instruments

Unit

Contents

Contact Hrs.

Unit

1

Unit

2

Unit

3

Unit

4

Unit

Semiconductor Diode

Introduction, Transport phenomena in semiconductor, Formation of

P-N Junction, Forward bias and reverse bias in P-N junction diode,

V-I characteristics and its temperature effect, Ideal diode, diode

equation, diode resistance, and its capacitance.

Rectifier and Filters

Rectifying circuits and DC power Supplies: Load line analysis of

diode circuit, Half wave rectifier, Full wave rectifier, Voltage

regulation, Ripple factor, ratio of rectification, bridge rectifier. Filter

circuits for power supply: Induction filter, capacitance filter, LC

filter, multiple LC filter, CLC or Filter. zener diode: Break down

mechanism, voltage regulation circuit using zener diode..

BJT

Transistor: Introduction, construction, types npn and pnp, current

components, Transistor as an amplifier, Transistor Characteristics,

Transistor Circuit Configuration: Common Base(CB) configuration,

Common Emitter (CE), Common Collector Configuration, Early

Effect, Ebers-Moll Model, Maximum Voltage Ratings.

MOSFETs

Field Effect Transistor-Introduction, Construction, Operation, V-I

characteristics, Transfer Characteristics, Drain Characteristics, SmallSignal Model.

Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET):

Introduction, Construction, Operation and Characteristics, Depletion

MOSFET, Enhancement MOSFET.

OPAMP

08

10

10

12

08

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schematic of OPAMP, ideal OPAMP characteristics, Open loop

configuration of OPAMP, close loop configuration of OPAMP, input

and output impedance of OPAMP, application of OPAMP.

Text Book:

1. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, Boylestad & Nashelsky. 8th Ed. PHI.

2. Integrated Electronics: Analog & Digital Circuit Systems, Jacob Millman & Halkias,

TMH.

Reference Books:

1. Electronics Devices and Circuits, Devid A. Bell, 5th Edition, OXFORD University Press

2008

2. Electronics Devices and Circuits, Jacob Millman/ Christos C. Halkias/ Satyabrata Jit, 3rd

Edition, TMH 2008

B.Tech (2013-14)

Second Year- Third Semester

Engineering Graphics (ME-211)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 2 Credits (1-0-3)

Objective: To provide basic understanding of the fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, mainly

visualization, graphics theory, standards & conventions of drawing, the tools of drawing and the

use of Drawings in engineering applications.

Unit

Contents

Contact Hrs.

I

INTRODUCTION & IMPORTANCE OF ENGINEERING

6

DRAWING: Drawing techniques - manual drawing and

computer-aided drawing, Manual drawing instruments and their

uses, Conventions - ISO and BIS, Layout of drawing sheets,

Border lines, Title block, Folding of drawing sheets. Lines,

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II

GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIONS: Bisecting a line, arc and

angle, Dividing straight line in to equal number of parts, Tangents

to lines and arcs Construction of pentagon, hexagon and octagon,

Inscribing circles inside regular polygons, etc

III

Theories of projection, Multi-view (orthographic) projection; VP;

HP, Front view; Top view, Projection on profile planes, Projection

of objects placed in all Four quadrants, First and third angle

projections.

IV

LINE: Points in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quadrants, Line parallel to

both the planes, Line perpendicular to one plane and parallel to

the other, Line inclined to one plane and parallel to the other

plane,

Lines inclined to both planes, True lengths and

inclinations, Traces of lines.

AXINOMETRIC PROJECTION: Dimetric, trimetric and

axinometric projection, Terminology, Isometric scale Box

method, Coordinate or offset method ,Four center method,

Isometric projection of arcs, Construction of isometric projection

of different solids.

12

12

Text Books:

2. N. D. Bhatt , Engineering Drawing Plane and Solid Geometry (English) Charotar

Publishing House

3. P.S. Gill, Engineering Drawing (geometrical drawing )S.K. Katariya & Sons

Reference Books:

3. Dhananjay A Jolhe, Engineering drawing, TMH, 2008.

4. T E French, C J Vierck and R J Foster, Graphic Science and Design, 4th edition, McGraw

Hill, 1984.

5. W J Luzadder and J M Duff, Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, 11th edition,

Prentice-Hall of India ,1995

6. K Venugpoal, Engineering Drawing and Graphics, 3nd edition, New Age International,

1998

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B.Tech (2013-14)

Second Year- Third Semester

Engineering Mechanics (ME-212)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: This course provides knowledge about basic principles of engineering mechanics

with emphasis on their analysis and application to practical engineering problems.

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

Systems of Forces:

I

12

Basic concepts: Definitions, Basic assumptions, Scalar & Vector

quantities, Free, Forced and fixed vectors. Force as a Vector,

Composition of forces, Parallelogram Law, Resolution, and Principle of

Transmissibility of forces.

Moment of a force about a point and axis, Couple and couple moment,

addition and subtraction of couples, Moment of a couple about a line,

Translation of a force to a parallel position, Coplanar Concurrent force

system and Coplanar non Concurrent force systems, Resultant of

coplanar force system.

Equations of equilibrium;

Free body diagram, Free bodies involving interior sections, General

equations of equilibrium, Problems of equilibrium

Friction: Laws of Coulomb fraction, Simple contact friction problems,

Transmission of power through belt, belt friction

Basic Structural Analysis:

II

08

Plane Truss, Difference between truss and frame, Perfect and imperfect

truss, Assumptions and Analysis of Plane Truss, Method of joints,

Method of section, Zero force members.

Beams, Types of beams, Statically Determinate Beams, Shear force and

bending moment in beams, Shear force and bending moment diagrams,

Relationships between load, shear and bending moment.

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III

IV

10

Center of Gravity, Center of Mass and Centroid of curves, areas,

volumes, Determination of centroid by integration, Centroid of

composite bodies.

Definition of Moment of inertia of area, Perpendicular axis theorem

and Polar moment of Inertia, Parallel axis theorem, Moment of inertia

of simple areas by integration, Moment of Inertia of Composite Areas,

Moment of Inertia of masses.

Kinematics and Dynamics:

18

Method of virtual work and total potential energy, Kinematics and

dynamics of particle, Energy methods and methods of momentum,

kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies, Energy and impulsemomentum methods for rigid bodies.

Total

48

Text Book:

[1] Engineering Mechanics : Statics and Dynamics, Shames, Prentice-Hall

Reference Books

[2] Engineering Mechanics: Statics , J.L Meriam , Wiley

[3] Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics , J.L Meriam , Wiley

[4] Engineering Mechanics , Thimoshenko & Young , 4ed, Tata McGraw Hill

B.Tech (2014-15)

Second Year- Third Semester

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Basic Engineering and Science (BES); 4 Credits (3-0-2)

Objective:

1. To understand the basic concepts of C- programming and its different numbers that

include conditional and looping expressions, arrays, strings, functions, pointers,

structures, and file programming.

2. To acquire knowledge about the basic concepts of writing a program

Unit

Contents

Introduction:

Computer as combination of Peripherals. Memory Types, Printer,

Scanner, Barcode reader and other peripherals. RAM, ROM, Video

Memory, Disc Drive, SMPS, RTC, BIOS, Boot loader, PCI. I/O

Devices Joystick, Touch screen etc. CD, DVD, Blue Ray. Graphic

Card, Data representation in Computer. ASCII (keyboard), Binary,

HEX etc.

What is C?

Execution of C Program, History and Structure of C Program

Variables and Keywords:

Character Set, Identifier, Variable, Keywords and Escape Sequence

Characters

Constants:

Real Constant, Integer Constant, Character Constant and String

Constant

Data Type:

Data Types, Qualifier, Enum, Typedef

Operators:

Assignment Operator, Arithmetic Operators, logical Operators,

Relational Operators, Shorthand Operators, Unary Operators,

Conditional / Ternary Operator, Biwise Operators, Operator recedence

and Associativity, If Statement, If-Else Statement, Nested If-Else,

Switch Case

Loop Statements:

Looping / Iterative Statements, while, do while, for loop, Break

Statement, Continue Statement, Goto

Functions:

Function call by passing value, Function call by returning value,

Function call by passing and returning value, Recursion

Storage Classes:

Storage Classes, Automatic Storage Class (auto), Register Storage

Class (register), Static Storage Class (static), External Storage Class

(extern)

II

III

IV

VI

VII

Contact

Hrs.

06

03

05

06

10

08

Array:

08

Array, Single / One Dimensional Array, Two Dimensional Array

Structure:

Structure, Array in Structures, Structure with Array, Difference between

array and structure

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Text Book:

1. Computer Science- A Structured Programming Approach Using C, by Behrouz A.

Forouzan, Richard F.

Reference Books:

1. Let us C by Yashwant Kanitkar

2. C Programming by Dennis Richie

B.Tech (2013-14)

Second Year- Third Semester

Ecology and Environment (CE-211)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 3 Credits (3-0-0)

Objective:

a) Develop ability to understand interrelationship between human beings and nature

b) Recognising basic components of environment i.e. Air, Water and Soil and Ecology i.e.

Energy, Producers and Decomposers

c) Identify problem of pollution along its solution

d) Evaluate quantity and quality of natural resources and how natural resources can be

available for a long time

Course outline

Unit

I

Contents

Definition, Scope & Importance, Need For Public Awareness- 09

Contact

Hrs.

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II

III

IV

Text

1.

2.

3.

activities Food, Shelter, Economic and social Security.

Natural Resources- Water Resources- Availability and Quality aspects. 12

Water borne diseases, Water induced diseases, Fluoride problem in

drinking water. Mineral Resources, Forest Wealth, Material cyclesCarbon, Nitrogen and Sulphur Cycles.

Energy Different types of energy, Electro-magnetic radiation.

Conventional and Non-Conventional sources Hydro Electric, Fossil

Fuel based, Nuclear, Solar, Biomass and Bio-gas. Hydrogen as an

alternative future source of Energy.

Environmental Pollution and their effects. Water pollution, Land 10

pollution. Noise pollution, Public Health aspects, Air Pollution, Solid

waste management.

Current Environmental Issues of Importance: Population Growth,

Climate Change and Global warming effects, Urbanization, Automobile

pollution.

Environmental Protection- Role of Government, Legal aspects, 09

Initiatives by Non-governmental Organizations (NGO), Environmental

Education, Women Education.

Book:

Environmental Studies, Benny Joseph, Tata McgrawHill-2005

Environmental studies, R. Rajagopalan, Oxford Publication 2005

Text book of Environmental Science & Technology, M. Anji Reddy, BS Publication

Reference book:

1. Principles of Environmental Science and Engineering, P. Venugoplan Rao, Prentice Hall

of India

2. Environmental Science and Engineering, Meenakshi, Prentice Hall India

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B.Tech (2013-14)

Second Year- Fourth Semester

Applied Mathematics-II (MA-221)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: To learn various transformations and their applications in solving ODE and basic

linear algebra

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

The Laplace Transform: Definition and properties of Laplace Transform, 12

Inverse Laplace Transform, Transform of derivatives, Transform of Integrals,

derivatives of Transform, Transform of a periodic function, Dirac delta

Function, Solving the system of Linear Differential Equations.

II

III

IV

minimum principle, Greens identity and fundamental solution, The

Poisson integral formula, The method of separation of variables, The

Dirichletproblem for the rectangle, The Dirichlet problem for Annuli

and Disk, The exterior Dirichlet problem.

Integral Transform: Error function, Fourier Integral, Fourier Transform, Fast

Fourier Transform. Z- Transform

Types of equations, Consistency and types of solution, Linear

Independence, Row rank, Column rank, Rank. Definition, Basis,

Dimension, FDVS, Linear transformation, Matrix representation of a

l.t., Rank, Nullity, Sylvesters Law

Characteristic Equation, Cayley Hamilton theorem, Eigen values and

Eigen vectors

Total

Text Book:

[1] Advanced Engineering Mathematicsby Dennis G. Zill and Warren S. Wright

[2] Linear Algebra byHoffmann and Kunze

Reference:

[1] Advanced Engineering Mathematics by E. Kreyszig.

[2] Linear Algebra byGilbert Strange

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12

8

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B.Tech (2013-14)

Second Year- Fourth Semester

The Anatomy of Social Life (HU-221)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: The broader objective of this course is to provide the students with a preliminary

overview of the discipline of Sociology, especially with a view to inculcate in them an

appreciation for the interdisciplinary nature of knowledge and its constitution within relation of

power. Most specifically, the aspiration is to sensitize the future engineers with regards to various

social issues thereby enabling them to arrive at informed and quality decisions at the workplace.

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

The Sociological Perspective

08

Culture and society, theories of society, positivism and phenomenology,

sociology and ideology

II

Social Stratification

10

Social versus natural inequalities, functionalist, Marxist and Weberian

perspectives on stratification, Classes, social mobility & Capitalism

III

Social Institutions I: Education

10

Key perspectives on education, differential educational attainment,

knowledge, power & education, education, opportunity and inequality,

ideology and education

IV

Social Institutions II: Family, Women & Society

10

Key perspectives on family, family and industrialization, marital

breakdown, role of women- genes and biology, culture and society,

women and industrial society, women and social satisfaction, women

liberation, ideology, women and family

V

Social Institutions III: Religion

10

The origin and evolution of religion, key perspectives on religion,

religion, society stratification and change, secularization, the new

religious consciousness, ideology and religion

Total

48

Text Book:

Sociology: Themes and perspectives- Michael Harlambos (with Robin Heald), Oxford University

Press, 1980: New Delhi

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B.Tech (2013-14)

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS-I

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First/Second Semester

Fine Arts (HU-111)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 3 Credits (3-0-0)

Objective: This is subject is provided to explore creativity of the students. The subject provides

basic knowledge of fine arts.

Course outline

Contact

Unit

Contents

Hrs.

I

What is art? Why humans make art? How we appreciate beauty? How 08

humans are different from other animals? (Short paragraphs)

Different art forms (Visual, aural, performing, solid, plastic, electronic,

textual etc.) Visual: painting, drawing, murals, block-printing, and

calligraphy. Aural: music, singing. Performing: dance, acting, martial

arts. Solid: sculpture, architecture, furniture, product design, pottery,

wood carving. Plastic: photography, film, video. Electronic: computer

arts, lighting, multimedia installation, Mixed media. Textual: poetry,

story writing, literature.

II

Early art - cave paintings. Hunting scenes, why humans make drawing 10

of hunting scenes? Masks. What do humans communicate through

masks?

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III

IV

Primary colours: There are 3 basic colours (Red, Yellow and Blue)

which combine to make hundreds of other colours. Mixing Red and

Yellow makes Orange, mixing Yellow and Blue makes Green, and

mixing Red and Blue makes Purple. There are 2 other ways of

classifying primary colours - Additive and Subtractive, mostly used to

describe the colours in light. Additive primary colours are Red, Blue

and Green (RGB). Mixing Red and Blue light makes Magenta, mixing

Red and Green makes Yellow, and mixing Blue and Green makes Cyan.

Mixing all 3 (RGB) makes White light. Subtractive primary colours are

Cyan, Magenta and Yellow (CMY). What is VIBGYOR?

Shapes: Various types of geometric shapes: Square, Circle, Oval,

Ellipse, Crescent, Parallelogram, Rectangle, Trapezium, Triangle, Kite,

Rhombus, Pentagon, Hexagon, Heptagon, Octagon, Nonagon, Decagon

etc.

Concepts in art (composition, focus, harmony, symmetry, contrast, 10

balance, emphasis, background, foreground, gradation, transition,

intensity, style, proportion etc) Composition is a complete work of art

where many elements are put together. Focus is the clear and sharp

viewing of an object. Harmony is the balancing or smoothening of

different elements in a frame. Symmetry is a perfect balance via a

mirror-image. For example Taj Mahal is a perfect symmetrical building.

Contrast is putting very different or conflicting objects or colours

together. Balance is harmony or stability of different objects. Emphasis

is giving more importance to one object and leaving others less focused.

Background is the object or scene behind the main objects. Foreground

is object or scene in front of the main object. Gradation is the step by

step change from one extreme to another, such as from dark to light or

black to white. Transition is the change from one element to another.

Intensity is the strength or amount of an element like colour in a

composition. Style is a unique or personal touch by an artist. Proportion

is the amount or percentage of a specific element compared to another

element in a frame.

Centres of Early western art: Egypt 2000 BC, Ancient Italy 500 BC,

Assyria 24th century BC, Pompeii 79 AD, Rome/Vatican 1 AD,

Byzantine 500 AD.

European Renaissance art- Leonardo da Vinci: Mona Lisa painting

Perspective and dimension in art: 2D 3D. What is vanishing point,

foreground, background, Gradation of light and shade.

Classical, folk, popular forms of art. Classical arts are usually 10

supported or patronised by the elite or ruling class in a society, such as

kings or nawabs. Examples of classical arts are classical music or

miniature painting. Folk or popular arts are practiced and supported by

ordinary people in a society. The examples are folk music, earthen

pottery, wall paintings, posters etc.

Difference

between

photographic

image

and

hand-made

painting/drawing?

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Indian music forms: Classical music: Dhrupad, Khayal, Thumri,

Ghazal, Qawwali, and Bhajan. Instruments like sitar, tabla, harmonium,

bansuri, tanpura, veena, violin, shehnai, sarod, santoor, dholak etc.

Indian music is based on raga which is a combination of 7 surs (sa, re,

ga, ma, pa, dha, ni)

Modern European culture and arts: Famous artists and musicians from 10

Austria, Italy, France. (Musicians: Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi.

Artists: Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rembrandt etc.)

Indian painting styles: Pahadi/Kangra style, Rajput style, Mughal

style, Tanjore and Mysore style, Madhubani style, Bengal style, tribal

art.

Techniques and media of painting: chalk on stone, vegetable dyes on

rock/wall, water colour on paper, oil on canvas, block printing,

engraving.

Block printing making blocks from vegetables like potato, onion,

bhindi etc.

Making a poster on current affairs like Environment, Womens

equality, No-smoking, AIDS, Corruption, Communal Harmony,

Honesty, Respect of old people, Caring for Nature, Caste system,

Science in Society, Poverty etc.

Total

48

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B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First Semester

Business Environment (HU-116)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 3 Credits (3-0-0)

Objective: Business environment deals with a set of external and internal factors, which may

influence business decisions. The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the

current business and economic scenarios of the world, with an emphasis on India. In this course,

we will discuss about several practical issues that will help students critically analyze the

business and the economic environment of the world. The main idea of the course is to

familiarize students with the business and economic terms and to develop and improve their

reading (especially, business and economics news), writing, and speaking skills in English. The

course is designed to develop knowledgeable and experienced graduates, who can integrate the

basic knowledge of business and economics in a holistic manner.

Course outline

Unit

I

Contents

Introduction to Business: Concept of Business goods and services, 10

production and exchange, concept of utility, regularity and continuity in

dealings, profit motive, business activities and different types of goods.

Overview of Business Environment: Discussion on how different

environments can affect business decisions - the internal business

environment; the external business environmentsthe micro and the

Contact

Hrs.

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II

III

IV

financial intermediaries, competitors, public, economic environment,

political and government environment, socio-cultural environment,

natural environment, demographic environment, technological

environment, international environment.

Concept of Economic Growth: Discussion on the concept of economic 10

growth; sources of economic growth; economic growth across time and

across countries.

Different Sectors of Economy - Primary, secondary and tertiary sectors

of an economy.

Overview on the Functioning of Banks in India: Structure and the

role of banking sector in India; Recent Technological developments in

Indian Banking.

Overview on the Concept of International Trade Concepts of

current account; capital account and financial account; direct

investment; economic impact of balance account deficit and surplus;

benefits of international trade and the role of different trade

organizations.

Economic Reforms and Sectoral Changes in India: Monetary and 12

fiscal policies; government budget and budget deficit; banking sector

reforms; capital market reforms; Insurance sector reforms; Globalization

Trends and Issues; liberalization; privatization; EXIM policy; FDI

policy.

The Legal and the Regulatory Aspects of Business: Introduction to

different laws like MRTP, FEMA, SEBI Act, Consumer Protection Act

and others; The changing dimensions of these laws and their impact on

business, mergers and acquisitions.

Economic Sustainability: The concept of sustainable development;

role of environment and health in sustainable development; Millennium

development Goals.

Exchange Rate and Foreign Exchange Market: Exchange rate

determination; exchange rates and international transaction - concepts of

appreciation & depreciation and their economic impact; exchange rate

and relative prices; Concept offoreign exchange market; major actors in

the foreign exchange market & their roles (commercial banks,

corporations, non-bank financial institutions, central bank).

Equity and Bond Market The concept of primary and secondary 10

markets; equity; bond; equity premium; discussion on stock exchange

and their functioning.

Economic Challenges Facing India and the World - Concepts of

recession and boom, inflation, unemployment, poverty, health and

education, US and European financial crisis and their impact on the

Indian economy; Consumerism; Corporate and social responsibility.

Multinational Corporations (MNC) and Outsourcing - Concepts of

MNC, MNCs in India and their economic role, concept of outsourcing,

benefits and drawbacks of outsourcing, Industrialization

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Text Books:

1. S.K. Misra and V.K. Puri, Indian Economy, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi

2. Francis Cherrunilam, Business Environment, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi.

3. F. S. Mishkin, The Economics of Money, Banking, and Final Markets, 7 th ed., Pearson

Addison-Wesley.

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- First Semester

Micro-Economics (HU-117)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 3 Credits (3-0-0)

Objective: Economics is the social science. It is a science of choices, whether that choice is

made by an individual, a firm or a government. In the current semester, this course will introduce

to the students what it means to think like an economist. It is an introductory undergraduate

course that teaches the fundamentals of microeconomics. This course introduces microeconomic

concepts and analysis, supply and demand analysis, consumer behaviour and theories of the firm.

Students will also be introduced to the use of microeconomic applications to address problems in

current economic policy throughout the semester.

Course outline

Unit

I

II

III

Contents

Introduction: Ten Principles of Economics, Thinking like an Economist 10

How markets work? Supply and Demand: The Market forces of

Supply and demand, Elasticity and Its Applications, Supply, Demand and

Government Policies

Markets and Welfare; Supply and Demand:

10

Consumers, Producers and the Efficiency of Markets, Application: The

Costs of Taxation, Application: International Trade

The Economics of Public Sector: Externalities, Public Goods and 10

Contact

Hrs.

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IV

Firm Behaviour and the Organization of Industry: The Costs of

Production, Firms in Competitive Markets, Monopoly, Oligopoly,

Monopolistic Competition

The Economics of Labor Markets: The Markets for the Factors of 10

Production, Earnings and Discrimination, The Distribution of Income, The

Theory of Consumer Choice

Total

40

B.Tech (2013-14)

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS-II

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B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- Second Semester

Research Methodology (HU-121)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 3 Credits (3-0-0)

Objective: The objective of this course is to develop the research skills of the students in

investigating into the research problems with a view to arriving at objective findings and

conclusions and interpreting the results of their investigation in the form of systematic reports.

Course outline

Unit

I

II

III

IV

Contact

Hrs.

Contents

Introduction: Concept of Research, objectives, Application, Motivation in

research, Types of Research, Research Approaches, Significance of

Research, Types of Problems Encountered by the Researcher, Precautions

to the Researchers.

Research Process: Steps Involved in Research Process. Research Design:

Different Research Designs

Collection of Data: Concept of Sample, Sample Size and Sampling

Procedure, Various Types of Sampling Techniques, Determination and

Selection of Sample, Types of Data: Secondary and Primary, Various

Methods of Data Collection, Preparation of Questionnaire and Schedule,

Types of Questions, Sequencing of Questions, Check Questions, Length of

Questionnaire, Precautions in Preparation of Questionnaire and Collection

of Data.

Analysis of Data: Coding, Editing and Tabulation of Data, Various Kinds of

Charts and Diagrams Used in Data Analysis: Bar and Pie Diagrams and

their Significance, Use of SPSS in Data Analysis, Hypothesis Formulation

and Testing, Measures of central tendency and dispersion: Applications,

Application of Analysis of Variance (ANOVA).

Report Writing: Types and Layout of Research Report, Precautions in

Preparing the Research Report, Drawing Conclusions, Suggestions and

Recommendations for the target audience, Significance of Bibliography

and Annexure in the research report.

Total

Text Books:

08

06

08

10

08

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B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- Second Semester

Comparative Education (HU-122)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HU); 3 Credits (3-0-0)

Objectives:

To acquaint the students with educational system of India

To help students to know the role of various national and

international bodies and their role in the promotion of Indian

education

To orient the students with skills to assess the efficacy of

educational systems of various countries in terms of prevailing

trends in those countries

To create a perspective among students about the implications of

education for solving the prevailing problems of education in India

To develop among students the sense of international

understanding

To acquaint students with the current trends and problems of

education in the world

Course outline

Unit

I

II

III

Contents

Introduction: Education- meaning & importance, Education for 08

economic, socio-cultural development, History of Education of India,

Comparative education- Meaning, scope and importance, Western and

Indian Philosophy of education; Philosophers, Factors determining the

educational system of a country

Machinery for Educational Organization and Administration: 10

Central Machinery (CABE, NCTE, UGC, NCERT, NAAC, AIU,

AICTE, DOE), State Machinery, Local Authorities connected with

Educational Administration. Types of universities and equivalent

institutes of higher learning, Educational clauses in the constitution of

India, Organization and function of the Ministry of Education, Govt. of

India, Education for Global consciousness and developmentInternational agencies, their role and educational programmes; UNO,

UNESCO, SAARC.

Structure and distinctive features of education system of; Developed 10

Countries- U.K., U.S.A. and Australia, Developing Asiatic CountriesJapan, China, Pakistan and India

Case study of major innovations and changes in the educational

systems of selected countries: School Education System of Finland,

Higher Education System of USA, Technical and Vocational Education

Contact

Hrs.

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IV

Challenges prevailing in developing countries with special reference 12

to India, their causes and solutions through education: Poverty,

Unemployment, Population explosion, Illiteracy, Equalization of

educational opportunities

Problems to be studied in world Perspective: Women Education,

Education of Exceptional/disadvantaged Children

Total

40

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B.Tech (2013-14)

Basic Electives

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- Second Semester

Fun with Fluids (ME-122)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 3 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: Objective of this course is to provide basic understanding on Fluids to undergraduate

students. The main objective behind this course is to provide an insight of basic concept in fluids

used in day to day life. After the completion of this course, students will be able to solve

theoretical problems and conceptualize required details on fluid flow.

Course outline

Unit

I

Contents

Fluid and its behaviour in different conditions, types of fluids which are 10

available, and fluids which are used extensively used by human beings

Contact

Hrs.

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II

III

IV

pressure and head, static forces on surfaces, buoyancy, types of fluids:

Newtonian, Non-Newtonian;

Concept of Laminar flow, Turbulent flow, two dimensional ideal flow,

dimensional analysis, dimensionless numbers, similarity

Steady flow in pipes, ducts and open channels, applied areas for

different fluids, how does it behave in atmospheric condition and in

pressurized condition?

Total

10

12

14

46

Text Books:

1. A Textbook of Fluid Mechanics 1st Edition by R. K. Bansal Laxmi Publications (2005)

Reference Books:

1. Fluid Mechanics Fox and McDonald

2. Fluid Mechanics by A.W.White.

3. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines (3rd Edition)

Chakraborty, S.K. Som, Gautam Biswas

by: Suman

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- Second Semester

Mechanics of Materials (ME-123)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 3 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: Objective of this course is to provide basic understanding on Solid mechanics, Fluid

mechanics and properties of engineering materials.

Course outline

Unit

I

II

Contents

Introduction to mechanics: Solid Mechanics: Concept of mechanics, 12

rigid body, free body diagrams, equilibrium state, rigid body motion,

laws of mechanics, truss, frame, linkage etc., problem solving

techniques

Fluid Mechanics: concepts and laws of fluid mechanics

Energy and Its Principles: Types of energy, ordered and disordered 12

energy, system, surroundings, concept of thermodynamics, enthalpy,

entropy, steam power plant, different basic cycles, IC engines, hydraulic

devices

Contact

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IV

toughness, stiffness, rigidity, compliance etc., beam, column, rod,

bending moment diagram, shear force diagram

Materials and their applications: Types of materials, Properties of 12

materials (like ductility, brittleness, hardness etc.), Selection of

materials, Introduction to composite and advanced materials

Total

48

Text Books:

1. Engineering Mechanics : Statics and Dynamics, Shames, Prentice-Hall

2. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, S.C. Gupta, Pearson

3. Mechanics of Materials, Gere & Timoshenko, CBS Publications

Reference Books:

1. Fluid Mechanics Fox and McDonald

2. Mechanics of Solid, Abdul Mubeen, Pearson

3. Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Shames and Pitarresi, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- Second Semester

Kirchoffs Law of Motors (EE-121)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 3 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: To provide basic understanding of electrical elements and motors.

Course outline

Unit

I

II

III

Contents

Basic elements of electrical network, Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor, 14

ohms law, Kirchhoffs voltage law, Kirchhoffs current law, Delta

Star and Star-Delta conversion, Superposition principle, Thevenin's and

Norton's theorems..Magnetic Circuits: B-H curve, solution of magnetic

circuits; Hysterisis and Eddy current losses.

Single phase AC circuits operator, combination of R, L, C series 12

circuits, phasor diagram, power in complex notation, series & parallel

resonance.

Three phase AC circuits: Delta and Star connection, Line and Phase

quantities, solution of three phase circuits, balanced supply voltage and

balanced load, phasor diagram, measurement of power in three phase

circuits.

Construction of DC Machines, Generator action, EMF equations, 10

Contact

Hrs.

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equation, Operating characteristics of DC Motors, Starting and speed

control of DC Motors, Losses, Efficiency, Application.

Construction, Principle of operation of alternator, single phase & poly- 10

phase winding pitch and distribution factor, emf equation, phasor

diagram, synchronous reactance & impedance.

Total

46

Text Books:

B.Tech (2013-14)

First Year- Second Semester

Introduction to Mechanisms (EE-122)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 3 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: Designed to give a general overview of daily life Mechanisms Electronically

controlled as well as manually controlled, implementation of mechanisms using LEGO and other

handmade artifacts and making prototypes of daily life machines.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

Power, Energy, Friction

Estimation Six Simple Machines: Lever, Pulleys, Wheel and Axle,

Inclined plane and Wedges, Screws, Gears

Design constraints and Degree of Freedom, Fastening and Joining Parts,

Glues, Rivets and Weld, Free Body Diagrams

Bearings and Bushings, Couplers, Shaft Collars, Gear Trains design,

Pulley Sprockets, Belt and Chains. Various kinds of springs.

DC motor control, Pulse width modulation. Servo control, Hydraulic

motion, Hydraulic Actuators, Combining mechanism to do useful work,

Crank, Cams and Follower, Linkages, Ratchet and Pawl, Rack and

Pinion etc.

Introduction to Visual Programming for electronic control of

mechanisms. Using NXT Visual programming, Prototyping Projects

Total

II

III

IV

Contact

Hrs.

10

12

12

10

44

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First Year- Second Semester

Programming (CS-121)

Basic Engineering and Sciences (BES); 3 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: This course is designed first discussing the basic concepts of programming in and

then discussing the advanced topics of C programming along with practice exercises.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

Languages, Introductory Theory of Algorithms, Flowcharting

Techniques, Structured Programming

History of C, Importance of C programming, How does a sample C

program look like? Basic structure of a program written in any

language, How does a C program execute? In Windows and Linux

operating system?

Types, constants, Declarations, Variable names, Arithmetic operators,

Assignment operators, Function calls, Review Questions and

Programming Exercises.

Expression statements, If statements, Boolean expressions, While loops,

For loops, Break and continue, Arrays, Array Initialization, Arrays of

Arrays (Multidimensional Arrays), Visibility and lifetime (Global

Variables etc.), Default Initialization, Examples

Function basics, Function prototypes, Function philosophy, Separate

CompilationLogistics,

Printf, Character Input and Output, Reading lines, Reading Numbers,

Assignment operators, Increment and Decrement Operators, Order of

evaluation, File Inclusion, Macro definition and substitution,

Conditional compilation.

Basic pointer operation, Pointers and Arrays, Pointer Arithmetic, Pointer

Subtraction and comparison, Null pointers, ``Equivalence'' between

Pointers and Arrays, Arrays and Pointers as Function Arguments,

Strings, Example: Breaking a Line into ``Words''.

Allocating Memory with malloc, Freeing Memory, Reallocating

Memory Blocks, Pointer safety, File Pointers and fopen, I/O with File

Pointers, Predefined Streams, Closing files, Example: Reading a Data

File, Types and Declarations, Operators, Statements, Functions, C

Preprocessor, Standard Library Functions.

Total

II

III

IV

Text Books:

Contact

Hrs.

10

12

14

12

48

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Reference Books:

1) Programming in ANSI C, Sixth Edition, E. Balaguruswamy, Tata McGraw Hill, 2012.

2) The ANSI C Programming Language , Brian, W. Kernighan and Dennis, M.Ritchie,

Prentice Hall Software Series, Second Edition (Latest Edition),

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Second Year- First Semester

Network Analysis and Synthesis (EC-211)

Discipline Core (DC); 5 Credits (2-2-2)

Objective: The purpose of this course is to enrich the students to acquire knowledge about

the basics of network analysis, network synthesis, deign of filters.

1. Understand about the network elements, network functions

2. Understand the fundamentals of filters and attenuators

3. Gain knowledge about the design of filters

4. Gain knowledge about synthesis of RL,RC & RLC networks

Course outline

Unit

Contents

Unit-I

Introduction to circuit elements R, L, C and their characteristics in terms

of linearity and time dependence, KCL and KVL analysis, dual

networks, analysis of magnetically coupled circuits, Dot convention,

coupling co-efficient, Tuned circuits, Series and parallel resonance,

voltage and current sources, controlled sources.

Unit-II

Network topology, Concept of Network graph, Tree, tree branches and

links, cut set and tie set schedules. Network Theorems Thevenin,

Norton, Superposition, Reciprocity, Compensation, Maximum power

transfer and Millmans theorems, problems with controlled sources.

Unit-III

Transient analysis: Transients in RL, RC and RLC circuits, initial

conditions, time constants, networks driven by constant driving sources

and their solutions. Steady state analysis: - Concepts of phasors and

vectors, impedance and admittance. Node and mesh analysis of RL, RC

and RLC networks with sinusoidal and other driving sources. Resonance Circuits.

Unit-IV

Frequency domain analysis Laplace transform solution of Integraldifferential equations. Transform of waveform step, ramp, Gate and

sinusoidal functions. Initial and final value theorem. Network Theorems

in frequency domain. Fourier Series, Trigonometric and exponential

form of fourier series, Fourier series of basic functions.

Unit-V

Network function and Two port networks concept of complex

frequency.Network functions of one and two ports, poles and zeros

network of different kinds. Necessary conditions for driving point and

transfer function. Two port parameters Z, Y, ABCD, hybrid parame-

II

III

IV

Contact

Hrs.

8

12

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parameters. Interconnec- tion of two port networks, Terminated two port

networks.

Total

48

Text Books:

1. M.E. Van Valkenburg: Network Analysis, PHI

2. Mesereau and Jackson: Circuit Analysis- A system Approach, Pearson.

3. Hayt W.H. and J.E. Kemmerly: Engineering Circuit Analysis, TMH

4. Decarlo lin: Linear circuit Analysis, Oxford

Reference Books:

5. William D Stanley : Network Analysis with Applications, Pearson Education

6. Roy Choudhary D: Network and systems, New Age Pub

7. Chakraborti: Circuit Theory, Dhanpat Rai.

List of Experiments:

All experiments (wherever applicable) should be performed through the following steps.

Step 1: Circuit should be designed/drafted on paper.

Step 2: The designed/drafted circuit should be simulated using Simulation Software.

Step 3: The designed/drafted circuit should be tested on the bread board and compare

the results with

the simulated results.

Step 4: The bread board circuit should be fabricated on PCB by one batch using PCB

machine.

1. To Verify Thevenin Theorem.

2. To Verify Superposition Theorem.

3. To Verify Reciprocity Theorem.

4. To Verify Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.

5. To Verify Millmans Theorem.

6. To Perform Open Circuit Test on Two Port Network.

7. To Perform Short Circuit Test on Two Port Network.

8. To Find Frequency Response of LRC Series Circuit.

9. To Find Frequency Response of LRC parallel Circuit

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Second Year- First Semester

Analog Electronics (EC-212)

Discipline Core (DC); 4 Credits (2-1-2)

Objective: 1.Understand the working of operational amplifiers and Understand the application

of different electronic devices and simple circuits.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

Block diagram, characteristics and equivalent circuits of an ideal opamp, various types of Operational Amplifiers and their applications,

Power supply configurations for OP-AMP applications, inverting and

non-inverting amplifier configurations.

The Practical op-amp: Introduction, Input outset voltage, outset current,

thermal drift, Effect of variation in power supply voltage, commonmode rejection ratio, Slew rate and its Effect, PSRR and gain bandwidth

product, frequency limitations and compensations, transient response,

interpretation of TL082 datasheet.

Amplifiers and Oscillators: Summing amplifier, Integrators and

differentiators, Instrumentation amplifier, Differential input and

differential output amplifier, Voltage-series feedback amplifier, Voltageshunt feedback amplifier, Log/ Antilog amplifier, isolation amplifiers,

Triangular/rectangular wave generator, phase-shift oscillators, Wein

bridge oscillator, analog multiplier-MPY634, VCO.

Active Filters Characteristics of filters: Classification of filters,

Magnitude and frequency response, Butterworth 1st and 2nd order Low

pass, High pass and band pass filters, Chebyshev filter characteristics,

Band reject filters, notch filter, All pass filters, self-tune filters .

Comparators and Converters: Comparator, Zero Crossing Detector,

Monostable and Astable Multivibrator ,Schmitt Trigger, Voltage

limiters, Clipper and clampers, Absolute value output circuit, Peak

detector, Sample and hold Circuit, Precision rectifiers, Voltage-tocurrent converter, Current-to-voltage converter.

Advanced applications Applications as Frequency Divider, PLL,

AGC,AVC using OP-AMP and analog multipliers, Amplitude

modulation using analog multiplier, Frequency Shift Keying, simple

OP-AMP Voltage regulator, Fixed and Adjustable Voltage Regulators,

Dual Power supply, Basic Switching Regulator and characteristics of

standard regulator ICs TPS40200, TPS40210.

Total

II

III

IV

VI

Contact

Hrs.

10

12

14

12

48

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Text Books:

1. D. Roy Chowdhury, Linear Integrated Circuits, New Age International (P) Ltd, 2 nd Edition,

2003.

2. K. Lal Kishore, Operational Amplifers and Linear Integrated Circuits, Pearson Education,

2007.

3. L. k. Maheshwari, M M S Anand , Analog Electronics, PHI

Reference Books:

4. Ramakanth A. Gayakwad, Op-Amps and Linear ICS, PHI, 4 th edition, 1987.

5. R.F. Coughlin and Fredrick Driscoll, Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits , 6

th Edition, PHI

6. David A. Bell, Operational Amplifiers and Linear ICs, Oxford University Press, 2 nd edition,

2010.

7. Sergio Franco, Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits Mcgraw

Hill, 1988.

8. C.G. Clayton , Operational Amplifiers , Butterworth and Company Publ. Ltd./Elsevier,

1971.

List of Experiments:

Tools Required Function Generator, TL082, MPY634/ASLK Pro, Power Supply, Oscilloscopes,

Connecting wires.

1. Study the characteristics of negative feedback amplifier

2. Design of an instrumentation amplifier.

3. Study the characteristics of regenerative feedback system with extension to design an astable

multivibrator.

4. Study the characteristics of integrator circuit.

5. Design of Analog filters I.

6. Design of Analog filters II.

7. Design of a self-tuned Filter.

8. Design of a function generator.

9. Design of a Voltage Controlled Oscillator.

10. Design of a Phase Locked Loop (PLL).

11. Automatic Gain Control (AGC) Automatic Volume Control (AVC).

12. Design of a low drop out regulator.

13. DC-DC Converter.

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Second Year- First Semester

Electronics and Instrumentation (EC-213)

Discipline Core (DC); 4 Credits (3-0-2)

Objective: To enable the students to learn in detail about the various instruments available for

monitoring/measuring electrical parameters encountered in domestic / industrial applications.

1. To understand and learn the different principles and instruments adopted for measurement of

current, voltage, power, energy etc.

2. To study different methods available for measurement of passive elements like resistance,

inductance & capacitance.

3. To solve problems in the various electrical parameter measurements.

4. To study the storage of digital signal and analyzers for analyzing digital signal to

provide with meaning full information.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

Unit-I

Measurement and Error: Accuracy and Precision, Sensitivity, Linearity,

Resolution, Hysterisis, Loading Effect. Measurements of Current,

Voltage, Power and Impedance: DC and AC Ammeter, DC VoltmeterChopper type and solid-state, AC voltmeter using Rectifier, Average,

RMS, Peak Responding voltmeters, Multi-meter, Power meter,

Bolometer and Calorimeter.

Unit-II

Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO): Different parts of CRO, Block

diagram, Electrostatic focusing, Electrostatic deflection, Post deflection

acceleration, Screen for CRTs, Graticules, Vertical and Horizontal

deflection system, Time base circuit, Oscilloscope Probes, Applications

of CRO, Special purpose CROs- Multi input, Dual trace, Dual beam,

Sampling, Storage (Analog and Digital), Oscilloscope.

Unit-III

AC Bridges: Maxwells bridge (Inductance and InductanceCapacitance), Hays bridge, Schering bridge (High voltage and Relative

permittivity), Wein bridge, Wagner earth detector, Impedance

measurement by Q-meter. Non-Electrical Quantities (Transducer):

Classification of Transducers, Strain gauge, Displacement TransducerLinear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) and Rotary Variable

Differential Transformer (RVDT), Temperature Transducer- Resistance

Temperature Detector (RTD), Thermistor, Thermocouple, Piezo-electric

transducer, Optical Transducer- Photo emissive, Photo conductive,

Photo voltaic, Photo-diode, Photo Transistor, Nuclear Radiation

Detector.

Unit-IV

Signal generator and Display: Signal and Function Generators, Sweep

II

III

IV

Contact

Hrs.

10

10

12

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Frequency Oscillator, Digital display system and indicators,

Classification of Displays, Display devices, Light Emitting

diodes(LED), Liquid Crystal Display(LCD).

Unit-V

8

Digital Measurement and Instruments: Advantages of Digital Instrument

over Analog Instrument, Digital-to-analog conversion (DAC) - Variable

resistive type, R-2R ladder Type, Binary ladder, Weighted converter

using Op-amp and transistor, Practical DAC. Analog-to-digital

Conversion (ADC) Ramp Technique, Dual Slope Integrating Type,

Integrating Type (voltage to frequency), Successive Approximations,

digital voltmeters and multi-meters, Resolution and sensitivity of digital

meter, PLC structure, principle of operation, response time and

application.

Total

48

Text Books:

1. H. S. Kalsi: Electronics Instrumentation, TMH.

2. K. Sawhney: Instrumentation and Measurements, Dhanpat Rai and Co.

Reference Books:

3. Helfric and Cooper: Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques;

Pearson

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Second Year- First Semester

Computer System Organization (EC-214)

Discipline Core (DC); 4 Credits (4-0-0)

Objective: This course is designed first discussing the basic concepts of Fourier series and then

discussing the advanced topics of Fourier transform, Laplace transform and vector calculus along

with practice exercises.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

Unit-I

Computer Basics and CPU: Von Newman model, various subsystems,

CPU, Memory, I/O, System Bus,CPU and Memory registers, Program

Counter, Accumulator, Instruction register, Micro operations,Register

Transfer Language, Instruction Fetch, decode and execution, data

movement and manipulation,Instruction formats and addressing modes

of basic computer..

Unit-II

Control Unit Organization: Hardwired control unit, Micro and nano

programmed control unit, Control Memory, Address Sequencing, Micro

Instruction formats, Micro program sequencer, Microprogramming,

Arithmetic and Logic Unit: Arithmetic Processor, Addition, subtraction,

multiplication and division,Floating point and decimal arithmetic and

arithmetic units, design of arithmetic unit.

Unit-III

Input Output Organization: Modes of data transfer program

controlled, interrupt driven and direct memory access, Interrupt

structures, I/O Interface, Asynchronous data transfer, I/O processor.

Datatransfer Serial / parallel, synchronous/asynchronous, simplex/half

duplex and full duplex.

Unit-IV

Memory organization: Memory Maps, Memory Hierarchy, Cache

Memory -Organization and mappings. Associative memory. Virtual

memory, Memory Management Hardware.

Unit-V

Multiprocessors: Pipeline and Vector processing, Instruction and

arithmetic pipelines, Vector and array processors, Interconnection

structure and inter-processor communication

Total

II

III

IV

Text Books:

Contact

Hrs.

10

10

10

10

48

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1.

2.

3.

4.

William Stallings: Computer Organization and Architecture, PHI

Carl Hamacher: Computer Organization, TMH

Tanenbaum: Structured Computer Organization, Pearson Education

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Second Year- First Semester

Software Lab I (EC-215)

Discipline Core (DC); 1 Credits (0-0-2)

Objective: To study of simulation software (any one Scilab/ MatLab etc.)

Course outline

Syllabus:

Study of simulation software (any one Scilab/ MatLab etc.) Introduction to Scilab / Matlab,

Study of Scilab / Matlab programming environment, Modeling, Design and development of

Programs. Overview and Study of the key features and applications of the software. Application

of the software in the field of Control Systems, Data Communications and Communication

Systems.

1. Programs Related to Control System- open-loop and closed loop control system, frequency

response plots, determining transient response, specifications of second order system, effect of

PID controller on control system, Bode plot, Nyquist plot and Root Locus plot, state space

analysis.

2. Programs Related to Communication Systems{Simulation of a Communication System

(Generation, addition of noise and Detection), AM, FM, PM, PAM, PCM, PSK, FSK etc.

3. Programs related to Data Communications- simulations of CRC, LRC, VRC, hamming

Codes, line encoding techniques.

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Second Year- Second Semester

Electromagnetic Theory (EC-221)

Discipline Core (DC); 4 Credits (2-2-0)

Objective: To provide a knowledge in understanding the fundamentals of electromagnetic fields

and their applications in Engineering field.

1. To impart knowledge on concepts of electrostatics, electrical potential, energy density and

their applications.

2. Concepts of magnetostatics, magnetic flux density, scalar and vector potential and its

applications.

3. Faradays laws, induced emf and their applications.

4. Concepts of electromagnetic waves and Pointing vector

Course outline

Unit

I

II

III

Contents

Unit-I

10

Electrostatics And Magnetostatics: Review of vector calculus,

Coulombs law, Electric displacement and Displacement density, Lines

of Force and Lines of Flux. Gausss law, The potential function, Field of

infinitesimal Electric dipole, Field due to continuous dis-tribution of

charges, equipotential surfaces, Divergence Theorem, Poissons Equation

and Laplaces equation, Solution by means of Electrical images,

Capacitance, Capacitance of parallel plate and coaxial cables, Energy in

Electrostatic fields, Boundary conditions. Steady Magnetic Field:

Magnetic field strength H, Magnetic flux density B, MMF, Amperes circuital law, Amperes work law in differential vector form,

Permeability, Energy stored in a Magnetic field, Amperes law for a

current element(Biot-Savart Law), Magnetic vector potential, Boundary

conditions, Analogies between Electric and Magnetic fields.

Unit-II

10

Time Varying Fields And Maxwells Equation: The Equation of

continuity for Time- Varying Fields, Maxwells Equations,

Representation in Differential form, Integral form and word statement,

Boundary conditions, Faradays law of electromagnetic induction,

Transformer and motional emf, Time harmonic field, Electromagnetic

potential, Relation between circuit theory and field theory.

Unit-III

10

Uniform Plane Wave: Wave equation: solution for Dielectric and

Conducting media, free space propagation, Surface impedance, Depth of

penetration (skin depth), phase velocity, and group Velocity,

Polarization of uniform plane waves, Reflection by a Perfect conductor, normal and oblique incidence, Reflection by a perfect DielectricNormal and Oblique Incidence, Brewster Angle, Surface Impedence.

Poynting Vector and Flow of Power: Poynting theorem, Instantaneous

Contact

Hrs.

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Conductor.

Unit-IV

9

Transmission Line And Guided Waves: Distributed parameters Model of

Transmission Line, open wire and coaxial cable, Transmission line

theory: line equation, lossless line, Voltage standing wave ratio

(VSWR), Transmission line as circuit element, Quarter wave

transformer, Impedance matching, single stub, Solution of Transmission

Line problems using Smith chart. Wave between parallel planes, TE

waves, TM waves, characteristics of TE and TM waves, TEM waves

and its properties, Attenuation in parallel plane guides, wave impedance.

Unit-V

9

Introduction To Radiation: Vector potential Radiation from small current

element: Near Field and Far Field, Radiation Pattern Power Radiated,

Radiation Resistance.

Total

48

Text Books:

1. Engineering Electromagnetic- Hayt (sixth edition)

2. Electromagnetic- Wave and radiating system-Jorden andBalmein

3. Electromagnetic- J.F.D. Kraus; Antenna-J.F.D. Kraus

4. Electromagnetic- Kraus and Keith; Antenna, and wave Propagation K.D.Prasad

Reference Books:

5. Harington, R. F. / Time Harmonic EM Fields / McGraw Hills

6. Collin, R. E. / Antennas and Radio Wave Propagation/ Tata McGraw-Hill

7. Pramanik, Ashutosh / Electromagnetism, Theory and Applications / Prentice Hall

(India).

8. Schaums Outlines / Electromagnetics / Tata McGraw-Hill / 2nd Ed..

9. Kraus, Fleisch / Electromagnetics with Applications / Tata McGraw-Hill, 5th Ed.

10. Sadiku , Matthew N.O. / Elements of Electromagnetics / Oxford University Press,

3rd Ed.

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Second Year- Second Semester

Analog Communication (EC-222)

Discipline Core (DC); 4 Credits (3-0-2)

Objective: To know about the basics of communication engineering such as analog modulation

(AM, FM, Transmission, Reception), and pulse modulation methods.

1. To know the AM and FM modulation and demodulation.

2. To know the different methods of radio receiver for AM & FM

3. To understand the different types of Pulse modulation-PAM, PWM, PPM.

4. To obtain the knowledge of fundamentals of TV.

Course outline

Unit

I

II

III

Contents

Unit-I

12

Different types of Signals (Continuous, Discrete, Periodic), Time

Domain and Frequency Domain Representation, Introduction to basic

Transform Techniques applicable to these Signals. Spectral Analysis:

Fourier Technique, Fourier Transform and their Properties, Transform of

Gate Signal, Impulse Function and Unit Step Function, Fourier

Transform Technique for Periodic Signal, Transform of Train of Pulses

and Impulses, Sine and Cosine wave. Signal Energy and Power, Spectral

Density of various types of signals, Spectra (Parsevals Theorem),

Density Spectra of Periodic Gate and Impulse train. Linear

Time Invariant (LTI) Systems, Impulse Response, Convolution,

Convolution with Impulse Function, Casual and Non Causal System,

Distortion less System, Impulse Response of Distortion less System,

Ideal Filter and Practical Filter.

Unit-II

12

Modulation Techniques: Need and types of modulation techniques,

Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Spectrum, Power Distribution,

Modulation by Complex Signal, Low Level and High Level AM

Modulators, Linear Integrated Circuit AM Modulators, Suppressed

Carrier Generation (Balance/Chopper and Square Law Modulation),

SSB Generator (Phase and Frequency Discrimination Method), VSB

Transmission and Application. Detection of AM signals: Envelope

Detector Circuit, RC Time Constant, Synchronous Detection Technique,

Error in Synchronous Detection, SSB signal detection, PLL and its

use in demodulation.

Unit-III

8

Angle Modulation: Frequency and Phase Modulation Frequency

spectrum, bandwidth requirement, Frequency and Phase Deviation,

Modulation Index, NBFM and WBFM, Multiple frequencies FM. FM

Modulators: Direct (Parameter Variation Method) and indirect

Contact

Hrs.

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IV

Detector, Foster Seely Discriminator, Ratio Detector and PLL detectors.

Unit-IV

8

Radio Transmitters: AM transmitter, block diagram and working of Low

Level and High Level Transmitters, Trapezoidal Pattern and Carrier

Shift, SSB Transmitters, FM transmitters - Frequency Multiplication

Applied to FM Signals, FM transmitters. Radio Receivers: Block

Diagram of Radio Receiver, Receiver Characteristics (Selectivity,

Fidelity and Sensitivity), AM Receiver, RF Receiver, Super-heterodyne

Receiver, RF Amplifier, Frequency Mixer, AVC and AFC, Image Signal,

Intermediate Frequency Selection, Diversity Reception, FM Receiver.

Unit-V

8

Noise : Sources and types of noise and their power density, White

Noise, Noise from Single and Multiple noise source for Linear Systems,

Super Position of Power Spectrum, Equivalent Noise Bandwidth, Noise

Figure, and Equivalent Noise Temperature, their Relationship,

Calculation of Noise Figure and Noise Temperature for Cascade

Systems, Noise Performance of Communication System, Band Pass

Noise Representation in terms of Low Pass, In-phase and Quadrature

Phase Component and their Power Spectral Density, Figure of Merit,

Calculation for AM, AM-SC and SSB System, Noise in Angle

Modulated System, Figure of Merit for FM, Noise Density of Output of

FM Detector, Pre-Emphasis and De-Emphasis, Phasor Representation of

Noise, Capture Effect, Comparison of Noise Performance of AM and

FM.

Total

48

Text Books:

1. B.P. Lathi : Modern Analog and Digital Communication System, Wiley Eastern limited

2. Taub and Schilling : Principles of communication Systems, TMH

3. Singh and Sapre : Communication Systems, TMH

Reference Books:

4. S Haykin : Communication Systems, John Wiley and Sons Inc

5. S Ghose: Signals and Systems, Pearson Education.

6. A Bruce Carlson : Communication System, TMH

7. Steven : Communication Systems Analysis and Design, Pearson Education

List of Experiments:

All experiments (wherever applicable) should be performed through the following steps.

Step 1: Circuit should be designed/drafted on paper.

Step 2:The designed/drafted circuit should be simulated using simulation Software (TINAPRO/

PSPICE/ LABVIEW/ CIRCUIT MAKER).

Step 3: The designed/drafted circuit should be tested on the bread board and compare the results

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Step 4: The bread board circuit should be fabricated on PCB by one batch using PCB machine.

1. Analysis of AM Modulation and Demodulation Techniques (Transmitter and Receiver),

Calculation of Parameters

2. Analysis of FM Modulation and Demodulation (Transmitter and Receiver) and Calculation of

Parameters

3. To Construct and Verify Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis and Plot the Waveforms.

4. Study of Super-heterodyne Receiver and Characteristics of Radio Receiver.

5. To Construct Frequency Multiplier Circuit and to Observe the Waveform

6. Study of AVC and AFC.

7. Study of PLL chip (566) and its use in various systems

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Second Year- Second Semester

Digital Electronics I (EC-223)

Discipline Core (DC); 4 Credits (2-1-2)

Objective:

To introduce number systems and codes

To introduce basic postulates of Boolean algebra and shows the correlation between

Boolean expressions

To introduce the methods for simplifying Boolean expressions To outline the formal

procedures for the analysis and design of combinational circuits and sequential circuits

To introduce the concept of memories, programmable logic devices and digital ICs.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

addition, subtraction, multiplication and division algorithms. Boolean

algebra: theorems and functions, Simplification of Boolean functions,

minimization techniques, Karnaugh's map method, Quine and

McCluskey's method, realization of various binary functions using AND

,OR ,NOT,XOR logic gates.

Universal gates: NAND, NOR, realization of boolean function using

universal gates. Half and full adder, half and full subtractor, Series and

parallel adder, BCD adders, look ahead carry generator. Decoders,

Encoders, multiplexers and de-multiplexers. Analysis and de- sign of

combination circuits, realization of various Boolean functions using

NAND, NOR gates and multiplexers.

Multivibrators: Astable, Monostable and bistable multivibrators, 555

timer chip and its application in multivibrators. Flip-Flops: R S,

Clocked R-S, T, D, J-K, race around problem, Master-slave J K., State

and Excitation Tables Shift registers and counters. Synchronous and

asynchronous counters, Binary ripple counter, up-down counter,

Johnson and ring counter. Analysis and Design of Sequential Circuits.

Semiconductor memories: Organization and construction of RAM,

SRAM, DRAM, RAM- BUS ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, PAL

and PLAs etc. Logic families: RTL, DTL, TTL, ECL, IIL, PMOS,

NMOS and CMOS logic etc. Interfacing between TTL and MOS, viceversa.modulation), Transfer function, In- verse Z transform by impulse

response. Stokes and Gauss divergence theorem

Total

II

III

IV

Contact

Hrs.

10

12

14

12

48

GSOT/BOS/2013-14/01

Text Books:

1. M. Mano : Digital Logic and Computer Design, Pearson Education

2. W.H. Gothman : Digital Electronics, PHI.

Reference Books:

3. Millman and Taub : Pulse, Digital and Switching Waveforms, MGH

4. Salivahanan and Ari Vahagan : Digital Circuits and Design, Vikas Publishing House

5. Leach and Malvino : Digital Principles and Applications, TMH

6. Rajkamal : Digital Systems Priciples and Design, Pearson Education

List of Experiments:

All experiments (wherever applicable) should be performed through the following steps.

Step 1: Circuit should be designed/drafted on paper.

Step 2: The designed/drafted circuit should be simulated using simulation Software (TINAPRO/

PSPICE/ LABVIEW/ CIRCUIT MAKER).

Step 3: The designed/drafted circuit should be tested on the bread board and compare the results

with the simulated results.

Step 4: The bread board circuit should be fabricated on PCB by one batch using PCB machine.

1. To test and study of operation of all logic Gates for various IC's.

2. Implementation of AND, OR, NOT, NOR, X-OR and X-NOR Gates by NAND and NOR

Universal gates.

3. Binary Addition by Half Adder and Full Adder circuit.

4. Binary Subtraction by Half Subtractor and Full Subtractor circuit.

5. Design a BCD to excess-3 code converter.

6. Verification of the Demorgan's Theorem.

7. Study of RS, JK, T and D flip flops.

8. Multiplexer/Demultiplexer based boolean function realization.

9. Study and Application of 555 timer (Astable, Monostable, Schmitt trigger, VCO).

GSOT/BOS/2013-14/01

Second Year- Second Semester

Control Systems (EC-224)

Discipline Core (DC); 4 Credits (3-1-0)

Objective: This course is designed first discussing the basic concepts of programming in and

then discussing the advanced topics of C programming along with practice exercises.

Course outline

Unit

Contents

modeling of mechanical and electrical systems, block diagram

representation and education, signal flow graph techniques. Feedback

characteristics of control systems Feedback and non feedback systems,

reduction of parameter variations by use of feedback,

Time domain analysis, Standard test signals, time response of 1st order

system, Time response of 2nd order system, Steady state response

analysis, Error series, Relation between static and dynamic error

constants, Transient error analysis, Stability in time domain, Relative

steady state analysis using routh array, Root Locus Techniques, Effects

of additions of poles and zeros to open loop and closed loop system.

Frequency domain analysis, Frequency domain specifications, All pass

and Minimum phase systems, Polar plot, Bode Plot, Effect of adding

poles and zero on the shape of polar and nyquist plot, Frequency domain

stability analysis Nyquist stability criterion, Relative stability analysis

using Nyquist Criterion (phase margin, gain margin and stability),

closed-loop frequency response.

State space analysis, State space representation of systems, State

equation, block diagram representation of state equation, decomposition

of Transfer function, transfer matrix, relation between state equation and

transfer function, controllability and observability inverse Z transform

by impulse response. Stokes and Gauss divergence theorem

Types of compensation, design of phase-lag, phase lead and phase leadlag compensators, proportional, derivative, integral and PID

compensation. Digital control systems System with digital controller,

difference equations, the z-transform, pulse transfer function, inverse z

transform, the s and z domain relationship.

Total

II

III

IV

Text Books:

Contact

Hrs.

8

10

10

10

10

48

GSOT/BOS/2013-14/01

2. Nagrath and Gopal : Control System Engineering (New age Publisher)Reference Books:

3. Kuo: Automatic control system, Phi learning

4. Varmah: Control system, TMH

5. Ogata: Modern control engineering, PHI learning

6. Sanjay Sharma: Control system

GSOT/BOS/2013-14/01

Second Year- Second Semester

Software Lab II (EC-225)

Discipline Core (DC); 1 Credits (0-0-2)

Objective: To study of simulation software (any one Scilab/ MatLab etc.)

Course outline

Syllabus:

Circuit simulation/ pcb designing software

Study of circuit simulation software (any one- TINA-PRO/ PSPICE/ CIRCUIT MAKER/

GPSIM/SAPWIN etc).

Overview and Study of the key features and applications of the software.

Application of the software in the field of Electronic Devices, Electronic Instrumentation and

Network Analysis.

Design, Optimization and simulation of

1. Basic Electronic circuits (examples rectifiers, clippers, clampers, diode, transistor

characteristics etc).

2. Transient and steady state analysis of RL/ RC/ RLC circuits, realization of network theorems.

3. Use of virtual instruments built in the software. Study of PCB layout software Overview and

use of the software in optimization, designing and fabrication of PCB pertaining to above

circuits simulated using above simulation software or other available. Students should simulate

and design the PCB for atleast two circuits they are learning in the current semester.

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