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B.

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PROSE

R.K.Narayan -- The Engines Trouble

V.S.Srinivasa Sastri -- Mahatma Gandhi

John Frazer -- Mother Terasa

R.N.Roy -- Martin Luther King

POETRY

Wordsworth -- Daffodils

Byron -- She Walks in Beauty

Rob

FICTION: SHORT STORIES


O. Henry -- Gift of the Magi

Chekhov -- The Bet

Rabindranath Tagore -- The Postmaster

GRAMMAR AND SPOKEN ENGLISH

Noun
Pronouns
Possessive forms
Articles & Nouns
Demonstratives
Some, any, no etc.
(Response in one or two sentences)

Greeting a person; Introducing oneself; Inviting somebody to attend a function;


Expressing inability to attend; Requesting; Seeking permission: Refusing
permission; Asking for advice; Remembering something; Expressing sympathy;
Reminding others; Congratulating; Complaining; Apologizing; Making suggestions;
Warning; Asking for information/direction; Expressing annoyance; Encouraging
others; Expressing possibility/impossibility; Starting a conversation with a stranger;
Ending a conversation; Asking for someones opinion; Expressing happiness;
Expressing something unpleasant; Expressing gratitude.

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COMPOSITION AND VOCABULARY

Composition

(1) Reading comprehension: 8 questions testing skills of locating direct information,


associative comprehension, overall understanding, drawing inferences, evaluative
comprehension and aspects of grammar and vocabulary.
(2) Arranging jumbled sentences in a chronological order or a coherent paragraph.
(3) Letter Writing (Personal letters).

Vocabulary

One Word Substitutes:

alimony, amateur, amnesty, anaesthesia, anarchist, anatomy, anonymous, archive, atheist,


autobiography, cannibal, carcinogen, cardiologist, carnivorous, centenarian, contemporary,
connoisseur, cosmopolitan, crew, detective, (21 40) emigrant, epitaph, extempore, fauna,
feminist, fleet, flora, forgery, gymnasium, gynaecologist, herbivorous, hypocrisy, incorrigible,
kleptomania, lexicographer, manuscript, mercenary, misanthrope, mortuary, novice, (41 60)
obituary, omniscient, ophthalmologist, optimist, omnipotent, orphan, panacea, parasite,
pedestrian, pessimist, philanthropy philatelist, polygamy, posthumous, post-mortem, secular,
somnambulist , theology, unanimous, utopia.

TEXT BOOKS :

Jegadisan, S. Portraits in Prose. Orient Black Swan, Chennai: 2009.


Sadanand Kamalesh. & Punitha, Susheela. Spoken English: A Foundation
Course. Part 2 Orient Black Swan, New Delhi, 2011

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BMA101 ALGEBRA 4 1 0 4

UNIT I - MATRICES
Rank of a matrix Consistency of a system of linear equations, Characteristic
equation Eigen values and Eigen vectors properties problems - Cayley
Hamilton theorem (statement only) and its applications Diagnolisation of Matrices
problems.

UNIT II - THEORY OF EQUATIONS


Descartes rule of signs Polynomial equations Imaginary and Irrational roots relation
between roots and coefficients of equations Symmetric functions of roots in terms of
coefficients of third degree equation - problems.

UNIT III RECIPROCAL EQUATIONS


Sum of the powers of the roots of an equation Newtons Theorem on the sum of the
powers of the roots Transformation of equations Roots with sign changed Roots
multiplied by a given number Reciprocal equations problems.

UNIT IV TRANSFORMATION OF EQUATIONS


Increase or decrease the roots of a given equatioan by a given quantity. Removal of
terms - Square of the roots Transformations in general problems.

Unit V- SUMMATION OF SERIES

Summation of series using Binomial, Exponential and Logarithmic series and approximations.

TEXT BOOKS
1. T. K. Manickavasagam Pillay, Natarajan and Ganapathy, Algebra, Volume II,
S.Viswanathan Pvt. Ltd., 2004.
2. S. Narayanan and T. K. Manickavachagam Pillay, Trigonometry, S. Viswanathan
Printers & Publishers, (Reprint), 2012.
REFERENCES
1. T.K.Manickavachagam Pillay, Matrices, S.Viswanathan Printers & Publishers,
2012.
2. S. Sudha, Algebra, Analytical Geometry (2D) and Trigonometry, Emerald
publishers, 1998.
3. P. Duraipandian, Trigonometry, Emerald publishers, 2009.
4. A. Singaravelu, Algebra & Trigonometry, Vol. I & II, Meenakshi Agency, 2003.

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Unit I Properties of matter


Hookes law - Stress strain diagram Elastic Moduli - Relation between elastic
constants- Surface tension- Definition and dimensions of surface tension- angle of
contact, capillarity, coefficient of viscosity- Rate flow of liquid in a capillary tube -
Streamlined motion Turbulent motion Reynolds number- Poiseuilles formula -
Determination of coefficient of viscosity of a liquid
Unit II Magnetism
Magnetic properties of materials- relation between the three magnetic vectors
-susceptibility and permeability - para, dia and ferro magnetism (qualitative ideas) -
magnetic hysterisis - super conductivity -persistent current and Meissner Effect.
Unit III Thermodynamics
Thermodynamics Introduction, first law of thermodynamics and its applications,
isothermal, adiabatic, isochoric and isobaric processes, indicator diagrams, adiabatic
relations for a perfect gas, reversible and irreversible processes, cyclic process. Work
done by a perfect gas during isothermal and adiabatic process, Second law of
thermodynamics Clausius and Kelvin statements and their equivalence, Carnots
theorem, entropy.
Unit IV Optics
Fermats principle and its application to reflection and refraction in plane surfaces.
Interference: Concept of spatial and temporal coherence, Youngs double slit experiment,
intensity distribution, shapes of fringes and fringe width, Newtons ring. Diffraction
Fresnel and Fraunhofer class, Fraunhofer diffraction, Single slit diffraction, plane
transmission grating, Resolving power, Rayleighs criterion. Polarization states of
polarization, Brewsters law, optical activity.
Unit V Light
aser pumping, spontaneous and induced emissions, conditions for laser action,
population inversion,Ruby Laser, Hologram construction and reconstruction process -
General ideas of optical fiber cable-Types of OFC- Applications

References

1. Properties of matter Brijlal and Subramanian


2. Optics by A. Ghatak
3. Heat and thermodynamics - D S Mathur, S Chand & Co., New Delhi
4. Electricity and Magnetism K K Tiwari S Chand & Co

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BCS103 PROGRAMMING IN C
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UNIT-I

History of C - Characteristics of C - C Program Structure - Data Types - Variables and


Constants - Operators - Conditional Statements - Looping and Iteration

UNIT-II

Single Dimensional Array - Multi Dimensional Array - Types of functions - Functions and
Arrays - String Functions - Recursive Functions

UNIT-III

Basics, Structures and functions - Arrays of structures - Pointers to structures - Self referential
structures - Typedef - Union - Bitfields - Enum Data Types

UNIT-IV

Pointers introduction - declaration - passing function to pointers - pointers with arrays -


dynamic memory allocation.

UNIT V

File management and Console input and output Functions for file management - Standard I/O,
Formatted output - Formatted input - File access - Error handling

TEXT BOOK:

1. E. Balagurusamy , Programming in Ansi C , 6th Edition, TMG - India 2012.

REFERENCES:

1. Herbert Schildt, The Complete Reference C, 4th Edition, Tata Mc - Graw Hill, 2000.

2. Byron C Gottfried, Programming with C, Schaums outline series 2nd Edition, Tata Mc -
Graw Hill, 2006

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PHYSICS PRACTICAL I
181 0 0 3 2

(ANY EIGHT ONLY)

1. Non-uniform bending Pin and Microscope.

2. Uniform bending Optic lever.

3. Surface tension Capillary rise.

4. Sonometer determination of AC frequency.

5. Meldes Experiment Transverse and longitudinal.

6. Compound pendulum g and k.

7. Cantilever depression scale and telescope.

8. Torsion Pendulum

9. Experiment to determine coefficient of viscosity of low viscous liquid by capillary


Flow Method (Poiseuilles method).

10. To determine the Elastic Constants of a Wire by Searles method.

11. Ultrosonic Interferometer To find the velocity of sound in liquid

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BCS182 PROGRAMMING IN C LABORATORY
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. To demonstrate use of data types, simple operators (expressions)

2. To demonstrate decision making statements (if and if-else, nested structures)

3. To demonstrate decision making statements (switch case)

4. To demonstrate use of simple loops

5. To demonstrate use of nested loops

6. To demonstrate menu driven programs and use of standard library functions.

7. To demonstrate writing C programs in modular way ( use of user defined


functions)

8. To demonstrate recursive functions.

9. To demonstrate use of arrays (1-d arrays) and functions

10. To demonstrate use of multidimensional array (2-d arrays ) and functions

11. To demonstrate use of pointers

12. To demonstrate concept of strings (strings and pointers)

13. To demonstrate array of strings.

14. To demonstrate structures (using array and functions)

15. To demonstrate nested structures and Unions

16. To demonstrate file handling (text files)

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BAE12 ENGLISH - II
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PROSE

D.H.Lawrence -- The Rocking Horse Winner

Anton Chekov -- The Bet

Somerset Maugham -- Princess September

POETRY

William Wordsworth -- Lucy

W.B.Yeats -- The Wild Swans

D.H.Lawrence -- The Best of School

T.S.Eliot -- To the Indians who Died in Africa

Philip Larkin -- That Whitsun

FICTION SHORT STORIES

William Somerset Maugham -- The Verger

R.K.Narayan -- An Astrologers Day

Bhabani Bhattacharya -- Glory at Twilight

GRAMMAR AND SPOKEN ENGLISH

Grammar:

1. Tenses
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2. Active and Passive

Spoken English (Responses in one or two sentences)

Making assertions; Describing persons and objects; Taking a vow; Commenting on


situations; Exclamations; Giving yourself time to think; Asking for someones opinion; Asking
about preferences; Asking whether someone knows; Saying you know; Checking if someone
has understood; Asking if someone agrees; Asking someone to repeat; Leaving someone for a
short time; Asking if someone is able to do something; Saying you are unable to do something;
Changing the subject; Avoiding giving an opinion; Ordering food at a restaurant; Talking about
weather and season; Asking about daily activities; Making polite requests using, Would (Will)
you . . . . Please?, etc.; Discussing Television Programme.

COMPOSITION & VOCABULARY

(1) Letter Writing (Official) and Preparation of curriculum vitae.

(2) Developing hints into a story/general essay; Simple topics to be chosen for essay.

(3) Note making.

Vocabulary

Homophones:

beer bier; berth birth; deer dear; desert dessert; diseased deceased; feat feet; heard
herd; cast caste; check cheque; draught draft; hangar hanger; hear here; knight night;
loan lone; mane main; Meet meat; meter metre; pair pear; peal peel; personal
personnel; piece peace -- peas; pray prey; root route; sent -- scent cent; cite -- site
sight; sow sew; stationary stationery; steal steel; story storey; wait weight.

BOOKS PRESCRIBED:

Board of Editors. Journey through Words. Orient Longman, Hyderabad: 2007.

Mukherjee, Meenakshi. Lets Go Home and Other Stories. Orient Black Swan, Chennai: 2009

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BMA102 CALCULUS 4 1 0 4

Unit I : Differential Calculus


Rolles theorem - Introduction to differentiation - Successive differentiation - nth derivative
Leibnitz formula for nth derivative of a product Partial differentiation total differential
Coefficient Homogeneous functions Eulers theorem.

Unit II : Differential Calculus


Maxima and minima of functions of 2 variables Lagranges method of undetermined
multipliers simple problems.

Unit III: Integral Calculus


Definition of the Riemann integral - Introduction to integration - Methods of integration
Integration by parts - Bernoullis formula.

Unit IV : Integral Calculus


Properties of definite integrals reduction formulae for standard integrals.

Unit V : Geometrical Applications of Integration

Areas in polar coordinates - Length of the curve (Cartesian and polar coordinates) Area of
surface of revolution (Cartesian and polar coordinates).
Text Book:

1. Calculus, Vol.I, S. Narayanan and T K ManicavachagomPillay,S. ViswanathanPrinters


and Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010.
2. CalculusVol. II, S. Narayanan and T K ManicavachagomPillay,S. ViswanathanPrinters
and Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010.

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4 1 0 3

Unit I Special Theory of Relativity

Postulates of Special Theory of Relativity. Lorentz transformation equations and its


geometrical interpretation. Group properties of Lorentz transformations. Relativistic
Kinematics - composition of parallel velocities. Length contraction. Time dilation.
Transformation equations for components of velocity and acceleration of a particle.
Variation of mass with velocity. Equivalence of mass and energy. Relativistic energy -
momentum relation, longitudinal and transversal mass.

Unit II Electrostatics

Coulombs Law Gauss Theorem, its application Field due to an infinite long plane,
Sphere and Cylinder Mechanical force on the surface of a charged conductor
Electrostatics Energy in the Medium Formation of Cloud on charged particles.
Capacitors Principles of a Capacitor Capacity of a capacitor Capacity of an isolated
Sphere and Cylinder Energy of a charged Capacitor Sharing of charges and loss of
energy.

Unit III Photoelectric effect and Wave mechanics

Photo electric effect Einsteins photo electric equation verification of Einsteins


photo electric equation by Millicans experiment photo electriccells applications De
Broglie matter waves calculation of De Broglie wave length Experimental study of
De Broglie matter wave by G.P.Thomson experiment.

Unit IV Nuclear Physics

Particle accelerators cyclotron, particle detectors GM Counter Artificial


Transmutation Rutherfords Experiment The Q value equation for nuclear reaction
Threshold energy Nuclear Reactions. Conservation Laws: Conservation of Charge

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Conservation of Nucleons Conservation of Mass Energy Conservation of Parity


Quantities conserved and quantities not conserved in a nuclear reaction. Biological
effects of radiation control of radiation hazards.

Unit V Electronics

Diode, Characteristics, Zener diode Voltage regulation using zener diode Transistors
some basic concepts LED uses of LED. Digital Electronics : AND, OR, NOT,
NAND and NOR gates NAND and NOR as universal building blocks Fabrication of
a Integrated circuit by monolithic technology Advantages and limitations of an
integrated circuit LSI, MSI and VLSI.

References

1. Resnick, R., Introduction to Special Relativity

2. Modern Physics R. Murugesan

3. Electricity and magnetism -- Brijlal subramaniam

4. Electronic Principles and Applications A.B. Bhattacharya,

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BCE103 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
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UNIT-I SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND NATURAL RESOURCES


Scope and importance of environmental sciences - Natural resources: Forest resources, Water
resources, Mineral resources, Energy resources, Land resources-Role of individual in
conservation of natural resources.

UNIT-II ECOSYSTEM AND BIODIVERSITY


Ecosystem Definition, Structure and function of an ecosystem - Food chains, food webs and
ecological pyramids - Ecological succession. Biodiversity Definition, value of biodiversity-
Threats to biodiversity - Endangered and endemic species of India - Conservation of
biodiversity: In-situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity.

UNIT-III ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION


Types, sources, consequences and control measures of water pollution- Sources, effects and
control measures of Air pollution, Soil pollution, Marine pollution, Noise pollution, Thermal
pollution and Nuclear pollution.

UNIT-IV MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION


Causes, effects, treatments methods and control measures of solid waste, municipal waste,
hazardous waste and biomedical waste - Waste minimization techniques - Cleaner Technology-
Green Chemistry: Principles and its role in controlling environmental pollution-Disaster
management: earthquake, cyclone , and Tsunami.

UNIT-V SOCIAL ISSUES AND THE ENVIRONMENT


Water conservation, rain water harvesting, Resettlement and rehabilitation of people-
Environmental impact assessment, Precautionary and polluters pay principle, environment
protection act air (prevention and control of pollution) act water (prevention and control of
pollution) act wildlife protection act forest conservation act. Population explosion , Family
Welfare Programmes , Human Rights .

REFERENCE BOOKS
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1. S.K.Dhameja, Environmental engineering and Management, S.K. Kataria and sons, New
Delhi, 1st edition 2004.
2. Gilbert M.Masters, Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science, pearson
education Pvt., Ltd., second edition, ISBN 81-297-0277-0, 2004.
3. C.Townsend., J.Harper and Michael Begon, Essentials of Ecology, Blackwell science,
2003.
4. C.N.Sawyer, P.L.McCarty and G.F.Parkin., Chemistry for Environmental Engineering,
McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York, 1994.
5. T.G.Miller Jr.,Environmental science, wadsworth Publishing Co. USA, 2nd edition 2004.
6. Bharucha Erach, The Biodiversity of India, mapin publishing Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad
India, 1st Edition, 2001.
7. R.K.Trivedi, Handbook of Environmental Laws, Rules, Guidelines, Compliances and
Standards, Vol. I and II, Enviro media, New Delhi, 2nd Edition, 2004.
8. Cunningham, W.P.Cooper, T.H.Gorhani, Environmental Encyclopedia, Jaico Publ.,
House, Mumbai, 2001.
9. K.D.Wager, Environmental Management, W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, USA,
1998.
10. R.K.Trivedi. and P.K.Goel, An Introduction to Air Pollution, BS publications,
2005.

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BPY182 PHYSICS PRACTICAL II
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1. Ballistic Galvanometer Figure of merit.

2. B.G. Absolute capacity of condenser

3. To determine the Mutual Inductance of Two Coils by Absolute method using a B.G.

4. To determine the Dielectric Constant of a Dielectric placed inside a parallel plate


capacitor using a B.G.

5. Andersons bridge AC self inductance of a coil.

6. To determine a unknown Resistance by Carey Fosters Bridge.

7. Charging and discharging in R.C. and R.C.L. circuits.

8. To determine Self Inductance of a Coil by Andersons Bridge using AC

9. To determine Self Inductance of a Coil by Rayleighs Method.

10. Potentiometer - Calibration of high range voltmeter

11. Potentiometer - resistance and specific resistance of a wire.

12. To determine High Resistance by Leakage of a Capacitor.

13. To determine the Ratio of Two Capacitances by de Sautys Bridge.

14. Thermo e.m.f. spot galvanometer

BAE307 HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN VALUES L T P C

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UNIT I Introduction to Human Rights and Theories of Human Rights

Human Rights, Introduction, Definition, Historical Background, Bases and Sources, Idea and
Ethos; The UN and its Charter, International Bill of Human Rights, Perspectives on Human
Rights and Human Duties, State Responsibility in International Law, Indian Perspectives on
Human Rights, UN Perceptions, Emerging Dimensions in Human Rights.

UNIT II Culture, Wisdom, Religion, International Relations and Human Rights

Human Rights and Cultural Relativism, Religion and Human Rights, Theological Perspectives,
Impacts of the New World Order, UN and the Challenge of Human Rights and Cultural
Diversity.

UNIT III State of Human Rights in India

Genesis of Human Rights in India, Human Rights in Ancient India, Human Rights in Islamic
Era, Human Rights in British India, Human Rights after Independence, Right to Equality, Civil
Rights, Political Rights, Rights relating to Person.

UNIT IV Human Values in Literary and Holy Texts

Sources from where Values Come in, Core Values in Family, Building Values in Personal Life,
Values, Morals and Ethics, Integrity, Work Ethics, Honesty, Courage, Empathy, Self-
Confidence.

UNIT V Human Values in Professional Life

Professional Life and Accountability, Creating a Safe Social Environment, a Safe Natural
Environment, Avoid Harming others, Avoiding Unnecessary Expenditure of Resources, Being
Honest in all Enterprises, Being FairValues of Equality, Tolerance, Respect for Others,
Principles of Equal Justice.

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Module-1: (Phonetics Theory & Practice)


Module-2: (Communicative English-Interactive)
Module-3: (Situational Conversation-Listen)
Module-4: (Situational Conversation-Listen)
Module-5: (Situational Conversation-Listen)
Module-6: (Global Communication-Listen)
Module-7: (Global Communication-Listen)
Module-8: (Monologues with exercise)
Module-9: (Comprehension)
Module-10: (Biographies)
Module-11: (Errors in Spoken English)
Module-12: (Essential English Grammar)
Module-13: (Vocabulary)
Module-14: (Learning Through Cartoons)
Module-15: (Learning Through Fun)
Module-16: (Learning Through Games)
Module-17: (Learning Through Music)
Module-18: (Learning Through Stories)
Module-19: (Learning Through Situations)
Module-20: (Learning Through Activities)
Module-21: (Learning Through Discussion)
Module-22: (Learning Through Interview)

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ENGLISH - III
212 4 0 0 3

Unit 1 Short Stories


Mulk Raj Anand --The Terrorist

Shama Futehally -- Photographs

Arun Joshi -- The Homecoming

Unit II Poetry
Emily Dickinson Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church

Willam Blake Poison Tree

Wole Soyinka Telephonic Conversation

Tagore Gitanjali Songs No: 35,36

Unit III Drama (One-Act Plays)


Erisa Kironde - The Trick

M.Sajitha -- Matsyaganddhi

Unit IV Grammar and Spoken English

Grammar

Modals
Introductory it,
Introductory there
Questions

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Reported Speech
Infinitive forms

Spoken English Conversation in situations dialogues


a) A father and his son talk about higher education.
b) A house owner and a tenant.
c) A Customer at a medical shop.
d) Two friends about the latest film.
e) A Salesman and a prospective buyer of a car

Unit V : Composition and Vocabulary


Composition
1. Prcis Writing 2.Email 3.Advertisement 4. Notices, Agenda, Minutes;
5.Writing descriptive and narrative passages

Vocabulary

Phrases:

in accordance with; on account of; to account for; to aim at; apart from; to approve of; on
behalf of; to carry on; in front of; in order to; to call off; to call upon; to consist of; contrary to;
to depend on; to drop in; due to; in the face of; to get used to; be good at; in keeping with; in
the light of; to look down on; to look up to; to look into; to refer to; in the long run; to look
forward to; to make an attempt to make fun of; to opt out of; to persist in; to put an end to;
with regard to; as a result of; to result in; to root out; to run into; to see through; in spite of; to
take for granted; to turn against; in view of; to wipe out; be worthy of;

References:
1. K.Sujatha. On the Stage One-act Plays. Orient Black Swan, Chennai: 2011.
2. Mukherjee, Meenakshi. Lets Go Home and Other Stories. Orient Black Swan,
Chennai: 2009

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BMA201
SEQUENCE AND SERIES 4 1 0 4

Unit I:
Sequence (definition) Limits Convergence of a sequence cauchys general principle of
convergence cauchys first theorem on Limits Bounded sequences monotonic sequence
always tends to a limit, finite, or infinite Limit superior and Limit inferior.
Unit II:
Infinite series Definition of convergence, Divergence and Oscillation Necessary condition
for convergence convergence of Geometric series.
Unit III:
Convergence of series - Comparison test, DAlemberts ratio test , Raabes test. Simple
problems.
Unit IV:
Cauchys condensation test , Cauchys root test - simple problems Alternate series simple
problems.
Unit V:
General summation of series including successive difference and recurring series.
Text Book:
1. S. Arumugam, A. Thangapandi Issac, Sequences and Series and Fourier series, New
Gamma Publishing House, Aug 2006.
Reference Books:
1. T.K. Manicavachagam pillay, T. Natarajan, K. S. Ganapathy, Algebra Vol 1, S.
Viswanathan Pvt. Ltd, Chennai, 2004
2. M.K. Singal & Asha Rani Singal, A First course in Real Analysis, Chand & Co, 1999.

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BMA202 ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY 4 1 0 4

UNIT-I: Two Dimensional Analytical Geometry:


Pair of Straight lines -Conics - Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola- Chord in terms of middle points -
Pole, Polar.

UNIT-II: Two Dimensional Analytical Geometry


Conjugate Hyperbola, Conjugate Diameter for Ellipse and Hyperbola

UNIT-III: Three Dimensional Analytical Geometry


Direction cosines, Direction ratios, Planes angle between two planes perpendicular distance
from a point to the plane coplanar planes- Straight lines symmetric form coplanar lines
skew lines shortest distance and its equation between two skew lines.

UNIT-IV: Three Dimensional Analytical Geometry:


Sphere touching of spheres - Section of a Sphere by a Plane- Tangent Plane, Orthogonal
Spheres

UNIT-V: Three Dimensional Analytical Geometry:


Cone and Cylinder -Equation of a Cone - Cone whose vertex is at the origin - Quadric Cone
with the vertex at the origin - Right Circular Cone - Cylinder- Right Circular Cylinder- Equation
of a Cylinder
Text Books:
1. S. Arumugam, A. Thngapandi Issac, Analytical Geometry 3D, Vector Calculus &
Trigonometry, New Gamma Publishing House, Jan 2006.
2. T.K.Manickavachagom Pillay & others. (2004) Analytical Geometry (Two & Three
Dimensions) S.Viswanathan Printers & Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Chennai.

Reference Books:

1. P.Duraipandian and Laxmi Duraipandian (1965) Analytical Geometry-2D, Asia


Publishing company, Bombay
2. P.Duraipandian and Laxmi Duriapandian (1975) Analytical Geometry-3 D, Emerald
Publishers, Chennai.
3. G.B.Thomas and R.L.Finney.(1998) Calculus and Analytic Geometry, Addison
Wesley (9th Edn.), Mass. (Indian Print).
4. P.R.Vittal (2003) Coordinate Geometry. Margham Publishers, Chennai

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BMA203 Differential Equations and Laplace
4 1 0 4
Transform

Differential Equations and Laplace Transform

UNIT-I: Ordinary Linear Differential Equations


Bernoulli Equation Exact Differential Equations Equations Reducible to Exact Equations
Equations of First order and Higher degree: Equations solvable for p, Equation solvable for x
and Equations Solvable for y Clairauts Equation.

UNIT-II: Ordinary Linear Differential Equations


2nd order Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients for finding the P.Is of the form eax
V, where V is sin(mx) or cos(mx) and xn Equations reducible to Linear equations with
constant coefficients Cauchys homogeneous Linear Equations Legendres Linear Equations
Method of Variation of Parameters Linear Dependence of Solutions Simultaneous
Equations with Constant Coefficients.

UNIT-III: Differential Equations of Other Types

Equations of form d2y/dx2 = f(x) Equations of the form d2y/dx2=f(y) Equations which do not
contain y Equations which do not contain x Total Differential Equations Simultaneous Total
Differential Equations Equations of the form dx/P = dy/Q = dz/R Method of Grouping.

UNIT-IV: Partial Differential Equations


Formation of PDF Complete Integral Particular Integral Singular Integral equations
Solvable by direct Integration Linear Equations of the first order Non-linear Equations of
the first OrderNon-linear Equations of the first Order:
Types: f[p,q]=0, f[x,p,q]=0, f[y, p, q]=0, f(z, p, q]=0, f[x, q]= f[y, p], z= px+qy + f[p, q]

UNIT-V: Laplace Transform


Transform-Inverse Transform Properties Application of Laplace Transform to solution of
first and second order Linear Differential equations [with constant coefficients].

Recommended Texts
1. B.S.Grewal , Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2002

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Reference Books

1. M.K.Venkataraman [1998] Higher Engineering Mathematics, III-B, National


Publishing Co., Chennai.
2. P.R.Vittal [2004] Differential Equations and Laplace Transform, Margham
Publications, Chennai.
3. P.Kandasamy, K.Thilagarathy [2004] Mathematics for B.Sc. Vol. III S.Chand & Co.,
Ltd., New Delhi-55.
4. S.Narayanan & T.K.Manicavachagam Pillay, Calculus, S.Viswanathan Printers &
Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Chennai, 2004.

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L T P C
BMA701 ALLIED STATISTICS-I
4 1 0 3

UNIT-I
Random variables- discrete and continuous random variables distribution function- properties-
probability mass function, probability density function-mathematical expectation
addition and multiplication theorems on expectations

UNIT II
Moment generating and cumulative generating & characteristic functions and their
properties.Joint probability distributions-marginal and conditional probability distributions-
independence of random variables-transformation of variables (one & two dimensional
only).Tchebychevs inequality, weak law of large numbers and central limit theorem

UNIT III
Probability distributions: Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributions and their properties
and fitting of distributions - Chi-square, t and F Statistics, their probability functions and their
properties.

UNIT IV
Curve fitting : principle of least squares - fitting of : straight line, second degree
parabola, power curve and exponential curves

Unit V
Correlation rank correlation - regression analysis.

Text Book:
1. Guptha, S.C &Kapoor, V.K , Fundamentals of Mathematical statistics, S.Chand & Co, 2010.

Reference Books:
1. Introduction to Statistical methods by Guptha ,C.B and Vijay Guptha (1988)

2. Statistics by Dr.S.Arumugam Publications: SciTech,2006.

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BMA781 STATISTICS LAB -I 0 0 3 2

1.Construction of univariate frequency distribution Diagrammatic and Graphical


representation of Statistical data

2.Computation of measures of central Tendency Calculation of measures of Dispersion


Coefficient of variation

3.Fitting of Y= a + bX, Y=a+bX+cX, Y=ae , y=ab and y=ax by the method of least
bx X b

squares.

4.Fitting of Binomial, Poisson distribution Test for goodness of fit using Chi Square
test

5.Computation of correlation co-efficient and Rank correlation - Regression equation (2


Variables Only)

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BHS201 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
2 0 0 1

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UNIT - I: Human values Types - Morals Ethics Integrity Work ethics Service
learning Virtues Respect for others Honesty Courage - Commitment
Empathy Challenges in the workplace Character Spirituality Corporate
excellence

UNIT- II: Variety of moral issues Types of inquiry Moral dilemmas moral
autonomy Kohlbergs theory Gilligans theory Consensus and Controversy
Models of professional roles Theories about right action

UNIT - III: Self interest Customs and religion Use of ethical theories Valuing
time Cooperation Codes of ethics Outlook on law The challenger case study

UNIT - IV: Safety and risk Assessment Responsibility and rights - Risk benefit
analysis reducing risk The Three Mile Island and Chernobyl case studies

UNIT - V: Global issues Multinational corporations Environmental ethics


Computer ethics Weapons development and ethics Moral leadership

References:

1. Naagarazan. R.S., A textbook on Professional Ethics and Human values, New Age
International, New Delhi, 2006.

2. Mike Martin, Ethics in engineering, McGraw Hill, New York, 1996.

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BAE221 TAMIL - IV
4 0 0 3

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BAE222 ENGLISH -IV
4 0 0 3

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Unit I: Poetry
1. William Shakespeare All the Worlds a Stage
2. Percy Bysshe Shelley Ode to the West Wind
3. Lord Alfred Tennyson Ulysses
Unit II: Poetry
1. William Butler Yeats A Prayer for My Daughter
2. W.H.Auden The Unknown Citizen
3. Kamala Das Punishment in Kindergarten
Unit III: Short Stories
1. Saki The Open Window
2. Chinua Achebe Marriage is a Private Affair
3. R.K.Laxman The Gold Frame
Unit IV: One-act Plays
1. Anton Chekhov The Swan Song
2. Eugene ONeill Before Breakfast
Unit V: Composition
1. Letter-Writing (Formal & Informal)
2. Interviews
3. Group Discussion
4. General Essays
5. Word Power

References:

1. Sasikumar, V. Fantasy: A Collection of Short Stories. Orient Black Swan,


Mumbai: 2011
2. Sujatha, K. On the Stage One-act Plays. Orient Black Swan, Chennai,2011

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BMA204 VECTOR CALCULUS AND TRIGONOMETRY 4 1 0 4

Unit I
Vector differentiation: Limit of a vector function continuity and derivative of vector function
- Geometrical and Physical significance of vector differentiation - Partial derivative of vector
ffunction gradient and directional derivative of scalar point functions Equations of tangent
plane and normal line to a level surface.

Unit II
Vector point function: Divergence and curl of a vector point function solenoidal and irrotional
functions physical interpretation of divergence and curl of a vector point function.

Unit III
Integration of vector functions Line , surface and volume intergrals.
Guass - Divergence Theorem GreensTheorem Stokes Theorem (Statements only).
Verification of theorems and simple problems using the theorems.

Unit IV
Expansion of cosnx, sin nx, tan nx Expansion of sin x, cos x, tan x in terms of x Hyperbolic
functions

Unit V
Logarithm of complex quantities Sums of sines and cosines of n angles which are in
Arithmetic Progression - Summation of trigonometric series using complex quantities.

Text Book:
1. S. Arumugam, A. Thngapandi Issac, Analytical Geometry 3D, Vector Calculus &
Trigonometry, New Gamma Publishing House, Jan 2006.

Reference Books:

1. T.K. Manicavachagam Pillay, Vector Analysis, Vijay Nochole Imprints Pvt. Ltd, 2004
2. P. Duraipandian, Vector Analysis, S. Viswanathan & Co, 1984.
3. Harikrishnan, Trigonometry, Atlantic, 2005.

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BMA205 Basic Graph theory
4 1 0 4

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Unit I
Introduction Definition Examples Degrees subgraphs Isomorphism of graphs -
Operations on Graphs - problems.

Unit II
Walks , Trails and paths Connectedness and components cut vertex Distance Bridge
Blocks Connectivity.

Unit III
Eulerian Graphs - Konigsberg Bridge Problem Fleurys Algorithm Hamiltonian Graphs
simple theorems Dirac Theorem on Hamiltonian graphs closure of a graph

Unit IV
Characterization of Trees Center of a Tree simple results.

Unit V
Digraphs Definition Examples- Paths and connections Digraphs and Matrices.

Text Book:
1. S. Arumugam, S. Ramachandran, Invitation to Graph Theory, Scitech Publications
(India) Pvt. Ltd, 2008
Reference book:
1. S.A.Choudam, First Course in Graph Theory ,Macmillian India Ltd-new Delhi, 2000

2. John Clark,Derek Allan Holton ,A First Look at Graph Thoery World Scientific
Publishing Company ,1991.

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BMA206 MODERN ALGEBRA -I
4 1 0 4

Unit I
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Group Definition Examples Some Preliminary lemmas Problems Subgroups


definition lemmas cosets definition theorems Lagranges Theorem order of an
element Euler Theorem Fermat Theorem.

Unit II
A Counting Principle Normal Sub Groups Definition Properties Problems Quotient
groups Definitions Lemma.

Unit III
Homomorphism Definition Examples - Lemmas - Kernal of a homomorphism
Fundamental theorem Automorphism Definition Inner Automorphism Lemmas
Examples Cayleys Theorem.

Unit IV
Ring Definition Examples some special classes of Rings Zero Divisor Integral
Domain.

Unit V
Field - Definition Examples-Ideals Quotient Rings Maximal ideal.

Text Book:
1. S. Arumugam, E. Franklin John, A.Thangapandi Issac, Modern Algebra, Gamma
Publications, 2010

Reference Books:
1. A.R. Vasistha, A first course in Modern Algebra, Krishna Prekasan Mandhir, 1983
2. M.L.Santiago, Modern Algebra, Tata McGraw Hill, 1994.

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BMA702 Allied Statistics-II
4 1 0 3

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UNIT-I
Concept of population, sample, statistics, parameter-point estimation-concept of point
estimation -consistency, unbiased ness, efficiency- sufficiency-Neyman factorization theorem-
Cramer Rao inequality -Rao-Blackwell theorem.

UNIT-II
Methods of estimation-maximum likelihood, moments and minimum chi-square properties
interval estimation confidence interval-derivation of confidence intervals based on normal, t,
and chi-square and F.

UNIT-III:
Sampling from finite population-simple random sampling, stratified random sampling and
systematic sampling-Test of hypothesis: Type-I error and II errors-power test Neyman-Pearson
Lemma-likelihood ratio tests-concept of most powerful test (statements and results only).
Test of significance-standard error-large sample tests with respect to mean, standard deviaton,
proportion, difference between means, standard deviations and proportions

Unit- IV:
Estimation of mean, total and their standard standard errors. Sampling and non sampling errors
(concepts only).Small sample test - Tests based on t,chi-square and F distributions.

UNIT-V
Analysis of variance: one way, two classifications fundamental principles of experimentation-
CRD, RBD and LSD.

Text Book:
1. Guptha, S.C &Kapoor, V.K , Fundamentals of Mathematical statistics, S.Chand & Co,
2010.
2. T.Veerarajan, Probability ,Statistics and Random Process,Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing
Company Limited ,2006.

Reference Books:

1. Fundamentals of Applied statistics by Guptha, S.C& Kapoor, V.K

2.Statistics by Dr.S.Arumugam,Thangapandi Isaac

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BMA782 STATISTICS LAB -II 0 0 3 2

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Software : Any Statistical software

(1) Formation of discrete and continuous frequency distributions - descriptive statistics.

(2) Graphs and diagrams: Pie, bar, line and scatter diagrams-Histogram and Normal probability
plot

(3) Correlation coefficient rank correlation, partial and multiple correlations.

(4) Regression : Simple and multiple linear regression.

(5) Curve estimation.

(6) Compare means: Independent sample test and paired t- test.

(7) Cross tabulation and Chi-square test. (8) One way and two way ANOVA Factorial designs.

L T P C
BHS202 SOFT SKILL
2 0 0 1

UNIT-I: Resume/Report Preparation/Letter Writing Structuring the resume/report-


Letter writing/E-mail communication-Samples

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UNIT-II: Presentation Skills Elements of an effective presentation - Structure of


presentation - Presentation tools - Voice Modulation - Audience analysis - Body
Language - Video Samples.

UNIT-III: Time Management Time Management - Articulateness - Assertiveness -


Psychometrics - Innovation and Creativity - Stress Management & Poise - Video
Samples.

UNIT-IV: Group Discussion Why is GD part of selection process?- Structure of GD -


Moderator-led and other GDs - Strategies in GD - Team work - Body Language -
Mock GD - Video Samples.

UNIT-V: Interview Skills Kinds of Interviews - Required Key Skills - Corporate culture
- Mock Interview - Video Samples.

References:

1. Lewis, Norman, 1991. Word Power Made Easy. Pocket Books.

2. Hewings, Martin. 1999. Advanced English Grammer. A Self-Study Reference


and Practice Book for South Asian Students. Cambridge University Press.
New Delhi

3. Sets, Paul.W.1983. the Art of Talking So That People Will Listen: Getting
Through to Family, Friends and Business Associated. Prentice Hall Press.
New York

4. Sasikumar.V and P.V. Dhamija. 1993. Spokem English:m A Self-Learning


Guide to Conversation Practice. 3 Tata MCGraw-Hill. New Delhi.

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BMA301 MODERN ALGEBRA -II
4 1 0 4

Unit I
Vector Spaces Definition Simple properties Examples Homomorphism Sub space
Quotient spaces Internal direct sum External direct sum.

Unit II
Linear Independence Dimension of a Vector space Bases - Dimension of Quotient spaces
related theorems.

Unit III
Inner product spaces Definition Examples Applications Orthogonal complement of a sub
space Orthonormal & Orthonormal Basis - Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization process .

Unit IV
Linear Transformation The Algebra of linear transformations - Characteristic roots .

Unit V
Matrices Canonical forms Triangular forms.

Text Book:
1. S. Arumugam, E. Franklin John, A.Thangapandi Issac, Modern Algebra, Gamma
Publications, 2010

Reference Book:
1. A.R. Vasistha, A first course in Modern Algebra, Krishna Prekasan Mandhir, 1983
2. M.L.Santiago, Modern Algebra, Tata McGraw Hill, 1994.

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L T P C
BMA302 REAL ANALYSIS
4 1 0 4

Unit I: Countable and uncountable sets-Holders and Minkowskis inequalities-Metric space-


Definition and examples Open sets and closed sets (Definitions and examples only).

Unit II: Completeness-Definitions and examples Cantorss intersection theorem and Baires
category theorem.

Unit III : Continuity Definitions and examples-Homeomorphism-Uniform Continuity

Unit IV: Connectedness Definitions and examples-Connected subsets of R- Connectedness


and continuity- Intermediate value theorem.

Unit V: Compactness-Definition and examples Compact subsets of R Equivalent


Characterization of Compactness.

Text Book:

S.Arumugam, A. Thangapandi Issac, ModernAnalysis, New Gamma Publications, 2008.

Reference Books:

Methods of Real Analysis, Richard R Goldberg, Oxford & IBH Publishing company New
Delhi 1970.

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BMA303 LINEAR PROGRAMMING
4 1 0 4

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UNIT-I
Linear programming problem - Mathematical formulation of the problem - Graphical solution
method - simplex method (Simple problems)

UNIT-II
Duality - primal and dual relation revised simplex method ( simple Problems).

UNIT-III
Transportation problem - Degeneracy in transportation problem.

UNIT-IV
The Assignment problem Travelling salesman problem.

UNIT-V
Game theory - two persons zero sum game - the maximin minimax principle - saddle points -
games without saddle points.

Text Book:
1. Kanti Swaroop, Gupta P.K. and Manmohan, (2002) Problems in Operation Research, Sultan
Chand & Sons.
Reference Books :
1.Gupta P.K.and Hira D.S., (2000) Problems in Operations Research, S.Chand & Co. Delhi

2. Taha H.A. (2003) Operations Research, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York.
3. V.K.Kapoor [1989] Operations Research, Sultan Chand & sons.

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BMA381 LINEAR PROGRAMMING LAB
0 0 3 2

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Software: Excel Solver, QM, and TORA

Topics to be covered:

Modeling with Graphical solution of Linear Programming problems


Simplex Method
Revised simplex method
Two Phas method
Big-M Method
Dual Problems
Sensitivity Analysis and Duality
Transportation and Assignment problems
Network Models

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BET301 ENTREPRENEURSHIP
2 0 0 1

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Unit-I
Business Plan : a. Meaning and Definition b. Importance of business plan c. Content of
business plan d. Preparation of business plan.
Unit-II
Financial Management : a. Meaning and definitions. b. Importance of financial management. c.
Techniques of managing finance. d. Management of working capital
Unit-III
Books of Account : a. Importance of Accounting assessment. b. Different books and its
relevance. c. Support stationary and its use. d. Operating mechanism.
Unit-IV
Marketing Management : a. Marketing for small business. b. Methods of Sales Promotion. c.
Pricing Policies and Methods.
Unit-V
Visit to small-scale industries to understand problems and issues involved in launching and
managing an enterprise. Interaction with Entrepreneurs to understand the real life situations of
entrepreneurs.

Suggested Readings :
1. Ziemmeser & Scalorough : Entrepreneurship Development and Small Enterprise
Management PHI, New Delhi.
2. C.B.Gupta & S.S.Kanka : Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management, Sultan Chand &
Sons, New Delhi.
3. C.B. Gupta & : Entrepreneurial Devemopment, Sultan Chand & N.P. Srinivasan Sons, New
Delhi.
4. Renu Arora : Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship & Small Business, S.K.Sood Kalyani
Publishers, New Delhi.
5. Greene : Entrepreneurship Ideas in Action, Thomson Asia PTE Ltd. New Delhi.
6. Dr. G.K. Warshroy : Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Sahitya Bhavan, Agra.

SEMESTER-VI

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BMA 304 Complex Analysis
4 1 0 4

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Unit I Fundamental Theorems


Line Integrals Rectifiable arcs Line integrals as Functions of Arcs Cauchys Theorem for
Rectangle Cauchys Theorem in a Disk.

Unit II Cauchys Integral Formula


The index of a point with respect to a closed curve The integral formula Higher Derivatives
Removable Singularities Taylors Theorem Zeroes and Poles.

Unit III Calculus of Residues


The Local mapping The Maximum principle The Residue theorem The argument principle
Evaluation of Definite Integrals.

Unit IV Harmonics Functions


Definitions and Basic Properties The Mean Value Property- Poissons Formula Schwarzs
Theorem The Reflection principle.

Unit V Power Series Expansion


Weierstrasss Theorem The Taylor series The Laurent series Partial Fractions Infinite
products.

Text Book:
Complex Analysis : An introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions of One Complex
Variable, Lars V. Ahlfors, Third Edition, McGraw Hill Book Company, New York, 1979.

References Book
1. Functions of one Complex variable, John B. Conway, second Edition, Springer Graduate
Texts in Mathematics, New York, 1978
2. Foundations of Complex Analysis S. Ponnusamy, Second Edition, Narosa Publishing House,
India, 2005.

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BMA305 NUMERICAL METHODS
4 1 0 4

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Unit I: SOLUTION OF EQUATIONS AND EIGEN VALUE PROBLEMS

Review of open end methods, bracketed end methods - The intermediate theorem (excluding
proof) - Iterative method - False position method - Newton Raphson method for single
variable and for simultaneous equations with two variables - Solutions of a linear system by
Gaussian, Gauss-Jordan, Jacobi and Gauss Seidel methods.

Unit II: INTERPOLATION

Newton forward and backward difference formulae - Newtons divided difference formulae -
Lagranges polynomials - Stirlings Central difference formulae.

Unit III: NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION

Numerical differentiation with interpolation polynomials - Numerical integration by Trapezoidal


and Simpsons (both 1/3rd and 3/8th) rules - Two and Three point Gaussian quadrature formulae
- Double integrals using Trapezoidal and Simpsons rule.

Unit IV: INITIAL VALUE PROBLEMS

Single step Methods Taylor Series, Euler and Modified Euler, Runge Kutta method of order
four for first and second order differential equations - Multistep Methods-Milnes predictor and
corrector method.

Unit V: BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS

Finite difference solution for the second order ordinary differential equations - Finite difference
solution for one dimensional heat equation (both implicit and explicit) , One-dimensional wave
equation and two-dimensional Laplace and Poisson equations.

TEXT BOOK

1. S. Arumugam, A. Thangapandi Issac, A. Somasundaram, Numerical Methods for


Engineers, Scitech Pubcations Pvt. Ltd, Nov 2006.

Reference Books:

1. Kreyszig, E., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley and Sons (Asia) Limited,
Singapore, 8th Edn. , 2001.

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2. Jain, M.K., Iyengar, S.R.K., Jain, R.K., Numerical Methods for Scientific and
Engineering Computation, New Age International (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 4th Edn., 2003.

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BMA382 NUMERICAL METHODS LAB
0 0 3 2

Software: C / C++/ Python

EXPERIMENTS
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1. To find the roots of non-linear equation using bisection method


2. to find the roots of non-linear equation using newtons method
3. to solve the system of linear equations using gauss - elimination method.
4. To solve the system of linear equations using gauss seidal iteration
method
5. To solve the system of linear equations using gauss - jorden method.
6. Integrate numerically using trapezoidal rule.
7. Integrate numerically using simpsons rules.
8. To find numerical solution of ordinary differential equations by eulers
method.
9. to find numerical solution of ordinary differential equations by runge- kutta
method.
10.To find numerical solution of ordinary differential equations by milnes
method.
11.To find the numerical solution of laplace equation
12.To find the numerical solution of wave equation
13.To find the numerical solution of heat equation.

ELECTIVE I

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BMA331 COMBINATORICS
4 1 0 3

Unit I

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Basic Combinatorial Numbers Stirling Numbers of the First Kind Stirling Numbers of the
Second Kind.

Unit II
Generating Functions and Recurrence Relations Symmetric Functions.

Unit III
Multinomials Multinomial Theorem Inclusion and Exclusion Principle.

Unit IV
Euler Function Permutations with Forbidden Positions The Menage Problem Problem of
Fibonacci.

Unit V
Polya Theory Necklace Problem and Burnsides Lemma Cycle Index of a Permutation
Group Polyas theorems and their Immediate Applications.

Text Book:
1. Kenneth P. Boggart, Introductory Combinatorics, Pitman Books Ltd, 1983.
Reference Books:

1. V. Krishnamurthy, Combinatorics Theory and Applications, East West Press, 1989.


2. V.K. Balakrishnan, Theory and Problems of combinatorics, Schaums outline series
McGraw Hill, 1994.
3. Ian Anderson, Combinatorics of finite sets, Oxford Science Publication, 2011.

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BMA332 MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
4 1 0 3

UNIT I
Mathematical Modeling through Ordinary Differential Equations of First order: Linear
Growth and Decay Models Non-Linear Growth and DecayModels Compartment Models
Dynamic problems Geometrical problems.
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UNIT II
Mathematical Modeling through Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations of First
Order: Population Dynamics Epidemics Compartment Models Economics Medicine,
Arms Race, Battles and International Trade Dynamics.

UNIT III
Mathematical Modeling through Ordinary Differential Equations of Second Order:
Planetary Motions Circular Motion and Motion of Satellites Mathematical Modeling through
Linear Differential Equations of Second Order Miscellaneous Mathematical Models.

UNIT IV
Mathematical Modeling through Difference Equations: Simple Models BasicTheory of
Linear Difference Equations with Constant Coefficients Economics and Finance Population
Dynamics and Genetics Probability Theory.

UNIT V
Mathematical Modeling through Graphs: Solutions that can be Modelled Through Graphs
Mathematical Modeling in Terms of Directed Graphs, SignedGraphs, Weighted Digraphs and
Unoriented Graphs.
Text Book:

1. Mathematical Modeling, J.N. Kapur, Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, 1988.

Reference:

1. J.N. Kapur, Mathematical Models in biology and Medicine, EWP, New Delhi,1985.

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BMA333 FOURIER SERIES AND INTEGRAL
4 1 0 3
TRANSFORM

UNIT - I:

Fourier series :
Fourier series, Theorems, Dirichlet's conditions Fourier Series for the interval (0,2), (-, ) -
Fourier series for even and odd functions - Half range Fourier series.

UNIT - II:

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Fourier series for the interval (c, c+2l) Parsevals identity Complex form of Fourier series
Harmonic Analysis

UNIT - III:

Integral transform definition simple problems Fourier integral formula , Fourier sine and
cosine integrals Fourier transforms - Dirichlet's conditions , (without proof),
Fourier transform, Inverse Theorem for Fourier transform related problems

UNIT - IV:

Fourier sine and cosine transforms and their inversion formulae. Linearity property of Fourier
transforms, Change of scale property, Shifting theorem, Modulation theorem, Convolution
theorem of Fourier transforms, Parseval's identity

UNIT V
Finite Fourier sine transform -Inversion formula for sine transform, Finite Fourier cosine
transform, Inversion formula for cosine transform - Applications of Fourier transforms to initial
and boundary value problems.

Text Book:
1. T.K. Manicavachagam Pillay, S. Narayanan, Calculus Vol 3, S. Vishwanathan Publications,
2010
2. A.R. Vasistha , Integral transforms, Gupta Published by Krishna Prakashan Media Pvt. Ltd.,
Meerut.

Reference Book:

1. R.V. Chuchil, Operational Mathematics, McGraw Hill Company

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BMA334 NUMBER THEORY
4 1 0 3

Unit I
The Division Algorithm The g.c.d. The Euclidean Algorithm The Diophantine Equation ax
+ by = c.

Unit II
The Fundamental theorem of arithmetic , The sieve of Eratesthenes The Goldbach conjecture
basic properties of congruence.
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Unit III
Special Divisibility tests Linear congruences The Little Fermats theorem Wilsons
theorem.

Unit IV
The functions and The Mobius inversion formula The greatest integer function.

Unit V
Eulers Phi function Eulers theorem Some properties of the Phi function.

Text Book:

David M Burton, Elementary Number Theory, Universal Book stall, 2001

Reference Book:

Kumaravelu and Suseela Kumaravelu, Number Theory, S. Kumaravelu, Muruga Bhavanam,


Chidambaram, 2001

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BMA335 FUZZY LOGIC AND ITS APPLICATIONS
4 1 0 3

UNIT I

Introduction- Fuzzy subsets-Lattices and Boolean Algebras- L fuzzy sets-operations


on fuzzy sets level sets properties of fuzzy subsets.

UNIT II

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Algebraic product and sum of two fuzzy subsets-properties satisfied by Addition


and product-cartesian product of fuzzy subsets.

UNIT III

Algebra of fuzzy relations-logic-connectives.

UNIT IV

Some more connectives-Introduction-fuzzy subgroup-homomorphic image and


Preimage of subgroupoid.

UNIT V

Fuzzy invariant subgroups-fuzzy subrings.

TEXT BOOK

S. Nanda and N. R. Das Fuzzy Mathematical concepts, Narosa Publishing House,


New Delhi, 2010.

REFERENCES

1. M.Ganesh, Introduction to Fuzzy Sets & Fuzzy Logic, Prentice Hall of India Pvt.
Ltd., 2006.

2. John N.Mordeson and Premchand S.Nair, Fuzzy Mathematics, Springer- verlog,


2001.

ELECTIVE PAPERS-II

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BMA341 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
4 1 0 3

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UNIT I: PROPOSITIONAL CALCULUS


Propositions Logical connectives Compound propositions Conditional and
biconditional propositions Truth tables Tautologies and contradictions Contra
positive Logical equivalences and implications DeMorgans Laws - Normal forms
Principal conjunctive and disjunctive normal forms Rules of inference
Arguments - Validity of arguments.

UNIT II: PREDICATE CALCULUS


Predicates Statement function Variables Free and bound variables
Quantifiers Universe of discourse Logical equivalences and implications for
quantified statements Theory of inference The rules of universal specification
and generalization Validity of arguments.

UNIT III: SET THEORY AND FUNCTIONS.


Basic concepts Notation Subset Algebra of sets The power set Ordered
pairs and Cartesian product Relations on sets Types of relations and their
properties Relational matrix and the graph of a relation Partitions Equivalence
relations Partial ordering Poset Hash diagram Lattices and their properties
Sublattices Boolean algebra Homomorphism. Definitions of functions
Classification of functions Type of functions - Examples Composition of functions
Inverse functions Binary and n-ary operations Characteristic function of a set
Hashing functions Recursive functions Permutation functions.

UNIT IV: GROUPS


Algebraic systems Definitions Examples Properties Semigroups Monoids
Homomorphism Sub semigroups and Submonoids - Cosets and Lagranges
theorem Normal subgroups Normal algebraic system with two binary operations
- Codes and group codes Basic notions of error correction - Error recovery in
group codes.

UNIT V: GRAPH THEORY


Introduction of graphs - paths, cycles, and trails, vertex degrees and counting.
Directed graphs - trees and distance basic properties - Spanning trees,
enumeration, optimization and trees.

TEXT BOOKS
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1. Tremblay, J.P., Manohar, R., Discrete Mathematical Structures with


applications to Computer Science, Tata McGrawHill Pub. Co. Ltd, New Delhi,
1st Edn., Reprint 2003, 1997.
REFERENCES

1. Rosen, K.H., Discrete Mathematics and its applications, Tata McGraw-Hill


Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi, 4th Edn., 1999.
2. Grimaldi, R.P., Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics An Applied
Introduction, Pearson Education Asia, Delhi,Fourth Edn, 2002.

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BMA342 MECHANICS
4 1 0 3

Unit I
Statics: Concurrent system of forces: Triangle law of forces, Lamis Theorem, Polygon law of
forces, Moment of a force, Varignons Theorem.
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Unit II
Friction: Laws of friction, Angle of friction, Ladder problems.
Dynamics : Energy: Kinetic energy, Conservation of energy, Conservation forces.

Unit III
Projectiles: Trajectory, Horizontal and inclined planes.S.H.M : General solution, Elastic strings,
Composition of two S.H.M, Simple Pendulum, Seconds Pendulum.

Unit IV
Motion of a particle along a curve: Conical Pendulum, Motion on a curved track, Circular track,
Banked up track, Vertical curve, Motion on the outside of a smooth vertical circle, inside a
vertical circle.

Unit V
Central Orbits: Central forces, Differential equation of a central orbit, Pedal equation, Apse, p-r
equation, Inverse square law.

Text Books:
1. A text book of Statics, Dr.M.K.Venkataraman, Agasthiar Publications, 1994.
2. A text book of Dynamics, Dr.M.K.Venkataraman, Agasthiar Publications ,1994.

References:
1. Dynamics, K.Viswanatha Naik, M.S. Kasi, Emerald Publishers, 1992.
2. Mechanics, P.Duraipandian, Laxmi Duraipandian, Muthamizh Jayapragasam,S.Chand
& Company Ltd publications, 2010.

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BMA343 PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
4 1 0 3

UNIT-I
Partial differential equations: Formation, order and degree, Linear and Non-Linear Partial
differential equations of the first order: Complete solution, singular solution, General solution,
Solution of Lagranges linear equations, Charpits general method of solution. Compatible
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systems of first order equations, Jacobis method.


UNIT-II
Linear partial differential equations of second and higher orders, Linear and non-linear
homogenious and non-homogeneous equations with constant co-efficient, Partial differential
eqution with variable co-efficient reducible to equations with constant coefficients, their
complimentary functions and particular Integrals, Equations reducible to linear equations with
constant co-efficients.
UNIT-III
Classification of linear partial differential equations of second order, Hyperbolic, parabolic and
elliptic types, Reduction of second order linear partial differential equations to Canonical
(Normal) forms and their solutions, Solution of linear hyperbolic equations, Monges method
for partial differential equations of second order.
UNIT-IV
Cauchys problem for second order partial differential equations, Characteristic equations and
characteristic curves of second order partial differential equation.

Unit V
Method of separation of variables: Solution of Laplaces equation, Wave equation (one and two
dimensions), Diffusion (Heat) equation (one and two dimension) in Cartesian Coordinate
system.
Text Books:
1. D.A. Murray: Introductory Course on Differential Equations, Orient Longman, (India),
1967
2. 4. J.N. Sharma & Kehar Singh: Partial Differential Equations for Engineers and
Scientists, Alpha Science International.

Reference Books:
1. Erwin Kreyszing, Advanced Engineering Mathematics,John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New
York, 1999
2. A.R. Forsyth, A Treatise on Differential Equations, Macmillan and Co. Ltd.
3. B.S. Garewal: Higher engineering mathematics, Khanna publications.

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BMA344 OPERATIONS RESEARCH
4 1 0 3
Unit I
Introduction Big M method Definitions of Big M method , surplus variables and
artificial variables Procedure of solving an LPP by Big M method Pseudo optimal solution
Problems Two Phase Simplex method Procedure of solving an LPP by two phase
simplex method problems.
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Unit II
Introduction Balanced and unbalanced T.P , Feasible solution Basic feasible solution
Optimum solution Degeneracy in a T.P. Mathematical formulation North West Corner
rule Vogells approximation method (unit penalty method) - Method of Matrix minima (Least
cost Method) problems Algorithm of Optimality test (Modi Method) Problems .

Unit III
Assignment problem Definition Mathematical formulation of the Assignment problem
Test for optimality by using Hungarian method - Unbalanced Assignment problem
Degeneracy in Assignment problem - Maximization case in Assignment problem Restrictions
on Assignment problem Variations in Assignment problem problems . 31
Unit IV
Introduction Definition Basic assumptions n jobs to be operated on two machines
problems n jobs to be operated on three machines problems n jobs to be operated on m
machines problems Two jobs to be operated on m machines (graphical method)
problems.

Unit V

Elements of queueing system waiting time idle time Kendalls Notation Queueing
models:Poisson arrival and exponential service (M/M/1):(FCFS/ / ); (M/M/1):(FCFS/n/M);
(M/M/c):(FCFS/n/M).

Recommended Text
Gupta P.K.and Hira D.S., (2000) Problems in Operations Research, S.Chand & Co. Delhi

Reference Books
1. Kanti Swaroop, Gupta P.K. and Manmohan, (2002) Problems in Operation Research, Sultan
Chand & Sons.
2. Taha H.A. (2003) Operations Research, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York.
3. V.K.Kapoor [1989] Operations Research, Sultan Chand & sons.
4. P.R.Vittal (2003) Operations Research, Margham Publications, Chennai.
5. J.K.Sharma, (2001) Operations Research: Theory And Applications Macmillan, Delhi
6. S.J.Venkatesan, Operations Research, J.S. Publishes, Cheyyar-604 407.
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BMA703 ALLIED MATHEMATICS-I
4 1 0 3
[ For B.Sc.(Physics) and B.Sc.(Chemistry)]

Unit I
Introduction to Partial Differentiation - Total differential co-efficient - Eulers Theorem
Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables Lagranges method of undetermined
multipliers- Jacobian - Definition and simple problems.
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Unit II
Introduction - Integration of irrational functions - Methods of integration of the following types
only:
dx ( px q)
ax 2 bx c , ax 2 bx c dx, ax bx c dx, ( px q) ax bx c dx,
2 2

dx dx
(x k) ax bx c
2 and (ax 2
b) cx 2 d
Properties of Definite integrals - Integration by parts - Bernoullis formula.

Unit III
Second order linear differential equations with constants co-efficients Methods of finding
particular integral of the functions of eax, sin ax or cos ax, eaxv(x), xm.
Fourier series Even and odd functions Half range Fourier series.

Unit IV
Analytical geometry of three dimensions: Direction Cosines direction ratios. The plane: Three
forms of an equation of a plane (without derivations) Angle between the two planes Length
of the perpendicular from a point to the plane (simple problems only) The straight line.

Unit V
Theory of equations: Nature of roots Relation between the coefficients and the roots of an
algebraic equation Transformation of equations Reciprocal equation. Matrices: Rank of a
matrix Eigen values and Eigen vectors Cayley Hamilton theorem.
Text Books:
1. S. Arumugam, Ancillary Mathematics, Gamma Publications, Reprint 2006.
2. T. K. ManicavachagomPillay, T. Natarajan, K.S. Ganapathy S., Algebra Vol I and Vol
II, Viswanathan Printers and Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2004.
3. Calculus Vol- I, II, III by S. Narayanan and T. K. ManicavachagomPillay, S.
Viswanathan Printers & Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2009.
References
1. P.R. Vittal, Allied Mathematics (in single volume) , Margham Publications, Reprint 2005.
2. A. Singaravelu, Allied Mathematics (For Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science Major
Courses of Madras University), Meenakshi Traders, 2001.
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BMA704 ALLIED MATHEMATICS-II
4 1 0 3

Unit I: Partial Differential Equations


Introduction to Partial Differential Equations - Order and derivation of Partial Differential
Equations, Different integrals of Partial Differential Equations, Solution of Partial Differential
Equations in some simple cases, Standard types of first order Partial Differential Equations
(standard types I to IV).
Unit II: Multiple Integrals
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Introduction - Definition of double integral, evaluation of double integral(including changing


the order of integration), triple integrals, application of multiple integrals (area enclosed
between curves), volume as a triple integral.
Unit III:Vector Calculus
Gradient, Divergence and curl, Vector identities, Line integral, Surface integral, Volume
integral.
Unit IV:Vector Integration
Statement of Gauss divergence theorem, Greens Theorem, Stokes theorem (without proof) and
Applications.
Unit V: Groups
Binary operation, Definition of groups, Abelian group, Infinite group, properties of groups,
Composition table for finite sets, Addition modulo m, Multiplication modulo m, Permutation
and order of an element, cyclic permutation, Integral powers of an element of a group,
Isomorphism of groups, Cayleys theorem, cyclic group, Properties of cyclic groups.

Text Books Books:


1. S. Arumugam, Ancillary Mathematics Paper IV, Gamma Publications, Reprint 2006.
2. T. K. ManicavachagomPillay, T. Natarajan, K.S. Ganapathy S., Algebra Vol I and Vol
II, Viswanathan Printers and Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2004.
3. Calculus Vol- I, II, III by S. Narayanan and T. K. ManicavachagomPillay, S.
Viswanathan Printers & Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2009.
References
1. P.R. Vittal, Allied Mathematics (in single volume) , Margham Publications, Reprint
2005.
2. A. Singaravelu, Allied Mathematics (For Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science
Major Courses of Madras University), Meenakshi Traders, 2001.
3. P. Kandasamy and K. Thilagavathy, Allied Mathematics Paper II Second Semester ,
S. Chand & Co., Reprint 2010.
4. T.K. Manicavachagam pillay, S. Narayanan, Ancillary Mathematics Book I and III, S.
Viswanathan Publishers, 1999.

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