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Chemical Engineering (A1):

A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity through a
chemical reaction of positively charged hydrogen ions with oxygen or another oxidizing
agent. Explain the functioning of the fuel cell.

Civil Engineering (A2):

Radiations from cell phone towers are considered to be dangerous for the body. Explain
from the viewpoint of electromagnetic waves.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering (A3):

How does an induction motor start?- This is the question that startled most of us when we
noticed it in 3 idiots, but as an electrical engineer, an IM is one of the most important things.
Explain the starting and functioning of a three phase induction motor by taking the help of
the revolving magnetic field theory.

Mechanical Engineering (A4):

Youll definitely perform the Swinburnes test on a DC Shunt motor in your second year
being in mechanical engineering discipline. To get a clear idea beforehand, study and explain
the Swinburnes test of a DC Shunt motor and the speed control of the same.

Computer Science Engineering (A7):

Gray code, also known as the reflected code, is a unit distance code, unlike the binary
system. Explain the advantages and uses of the gray code and also show the process of
conversion of binary to gray and gray to binary code.

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (A8):

It is not easy to operate an induction machine. There are various processes involved in the
speed control and braking of the induction motor. Explain briefly about various speed
control and braking methodologies for a three phase induction motor.

Electronics and Communication Engineering (AA):

For switching applications, a transistor is biased to operate in the saturation or cut-off

region. Explain the property of a BJT to operate as a switch.

Manufacturing Engineering (AB):

Transformers are present everywhere and help us in all aspects. Youll be performing the
Open Circuit and Short Circuit test on a transformer in your second year. To ease out things
for future, explain the open circuit and short circuit characteristics of a transformer.

MSc Economics (B1):

Explain how to perform integration and differentiation using operational amplifiers.

MSc Chemistry (B2):

Electroplating is a process that uses electric current to reduce dissolved metal cations so
that they form a coherent metal coating on an electrode. Illustrate the process using your
creativity and explain the process of electroplating.

MSc Biology (B3):

We all know that neurons transmit electrical impulses in the body. Explain this process.

MSc Mathematics (B4):

Do transient analysis for pure R and pure C circuits.

MSc Physics (B5):

Explain the Amperes law and the Biot Savart law.