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HAND BOOK

FOR

DEPARTMENT OF
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

ACADEMIC YEAR:2017-18

Sreyas Institute Of
Engineering & Technology
Beside Indu Aranya, GSI, Bandlaguda, Nagole,
Hyderabad, Telangana 500068
Introduction to Mechanical
Engineering Department

The Mechanical Engineering is a versatile branch encompassing the dimensions of


all other engineering branches viz. Structural Engineering, Electrical Engineering,
Robotics Engineering, Mechatronics, and Energy Science & Engineering. The Me-
chanical Technology which drives various machines around the globe is undoubtedly
a rudimentary one. In present scenario Mechanical Engineering incorporates and
makes use of the developments in the Electronics and Information Technology field
in order to reign as the most productive and beneficial realm of Engineering.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering has been established in the year
2011 with an intake of 60 students. The four year B.Tech course consists of 8
semesters integrated with theoretical and practical sessions.
Currently the yearly intake is 120 students and they are allocated in 2 batches,
ME - A & ME - B. M.Tech course in CAD/CAM was started in 2012 with a
yearly intake of 24 students. Add-on courses on modeling and analysis software are
being conducted for the UG students. In addition, coaching for GATE and other
competitive examinations is also conducted by the department for pre-final & final
year students.

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VISION and MISSION

Vision
Striving for global recognition for development of innovative systems for building
value based society.

MISSION
Providing quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to
make them globally competent Computer Science Engineers.

Providing state of the art laboratory and research facilities with opportunities
to innovate, design, develop and implement new systems and processes.

Interact with industry to integrate R&D activities along with academic


learning to apply engineering solutions in response to the change requirement,
needs of the society and industry.

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Program Outcomes (Mechanical
Engineering)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engi-


neering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of
complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze


complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first
principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering


problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified
needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and
the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge


and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpre-
tation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, re-
sources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and
modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the
limitations.

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6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual


knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the
consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional


engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate
the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and re-
sponsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a


member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities


with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being
able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation,
make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding


of the engineering and management principles and apply these to ones
own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in
multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and
ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context
of technological change. 13. Good skills on CNC, CAD & CAE for precision
systems design and development. 14. Knowledge and skills on different
welding techniques such as ARC, TIG, and Friction stir welding under fusion
and non-fusion processes.

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Programs offered

S. No Course Name of the Course Year of Establishment Intake of students


1 U.G B. Tech 2011 120
2 P.G M. Tech(CAD/CAM) 2012 24

Interdisciplinary courses and the departments in-


volved

S.No. Course Department


1 IT Workshop H&S
2 Probability Statistics H&S
3 EEE ECE
4 ES H&S
5 EE Lab ECE
6 M-II H&S
7 ACES Lab H&S
8 MEFA H&S

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Internal Quality assurance
cell(IQAC)

The IQAC is formed in Sreyas Institute of Engineering and Technology for improving
the quality standards in education.

Objective
The Primary aim of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and
catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the
institution.

Strategies
IQAC shall evolve mechanisms and procedures for:

1. Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, adminis-


trative and financial tasks

2. The relevance and quality of academic and research programmes

3. Equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various


sections of society

4. Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning

5. The credibility of evaluation procedures

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6. Ensuring the adequacy, maintenance and functioning of the support structure


and services

7. Research sharing and networking with other institutions in India and abroad.

Functions
Some of the functions expected of the IQAC are:

1. Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for the


various academic and administrative activities of the institution

2. Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher


education

3. Organization of workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion


of quality circles

4. Documentation of the various programmes / activities leading to quality


improvement item Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for quality-
related activities

5. Preparation of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) to be submitted


to NAAC based on the quality parameters.

Benefits
IQAC will facilitate / contribute:

1. To a heightened level of clarity and focus in institutional functioning towards


quality enhancement and facilitate internalization of the quality culture

2. To the enhancement and integration among the various activities of the


institution and institutionalize many good practices

3. To provide a sound basis for decision making to improve institutional func-


tioning

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4. To act as a change agent in the institution

5. To better internal communication. Composition of the IQAC the IQAC may


be constituted in every institution under the chairmanship of head of the
institution with heads of important academic and administrative units and a
few teachers and a few distinguished educationists/ representatives of local
committee.

6. The composition of the IQAC may be as follows:

(a) Chairperson: Head of the Institution


(b) A few senior administrative officers
(c) Three to eight teachers
(d) One or two members from the Management
(e) One/two nominees from local society
(f) One of the teachers as the coordinator of the IQAC.

The composition of the IQAC will depend on the size and complexity of the
institution. It helps the colleges in planning and monitoring. IQAC also gives
stakeholders or beneficiaries a cross-sectional participation in the institutions
quality enhancement activities. The guidelines given here are only indicative and
will help the institutions for quality sustenance activities. It is necessary for the
members of the IQAC to shoulder the responsibilities of generating and promoting
awareness in the institution and to devote time for working out the procedural
details. While selecting these members several precautions need to be taken. A
few of them are listed below:
It is advisable to choose from various backgrounds who have earned respect
for integrity and excellence in their teaching and research. Moreover, they should
be aware of the ground realities of the institutional environment. They should be
known for their commitment to improving the quality of teaching and learning.
It would be appropriate to choose as (senior administrators) in charge of
institutional services such as library, computer center, estate, student welfare,
administration, academic tasks, examination, planning and development.

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The management representatives should be persons who are aware of the insti-
tutions objectives, limitations and strengths and are committed to improvement.
The local society representatives should be of high standing and should have made
significant contributions to society, and, in particular, to education.

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Program Specific
Outcomes(PSOs)

Subject: Environmental Studies


Subject Code : A30009
Nature of the Subject: Core

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
ESt.CO1 Able to define the importance Student can understand the interrelation be-
and existence of various biotic tween biotic and abiotic components of ecosys-
and abiotic components of envi- tem. Student can understand the sequential
ronment.(TL1) transfer of food from one trophic level to an-
other trophic level through food chain and
food web.
ESt.CO2 Able to recognize the renew- Student recognizes the importance of utilizing
able & non-renewable resources alternate energy resources for protecting the
and utilization of renewable re- environment. Student understands the im-
sources.(TL2) pacts of over utilization of natural resources.
ESt.CO3 Able to illustrate the knowledge Student can realize that all life forms are
about various organisms for social, important in maintaining ecological balance.
ethical and economic enrichment Student understands the various threats to
of the country.(TL3) biodiversity and methods for conservation of
biodiversity.

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ESt.CO4 Able to appraise the usage of Student understands the adverse effects of
pollution free fuels for reduction various types of pollution on environment
in the pollutants concentration. student.
(TL4)
ESt.CO5 Student chooses Innovative ideas Student recognizes the importance of sustain-
for the sustainable development by able development and gets the ability to de-
balancing the population growth sign or plan methods for sustainable develop-
and the existing resource in long ment.
term perspective. (TL6)

Subject : Probability and Statistics


Subject Code : A30008
Nature of the Subject: Core

PS.CO1 Ability to comprehend the dis- Define random variables and probabil-
tribution models using prob- ity distributions like Binomial, Pois-
ability density functions and son, normal distributions and learn their
moment generating functions. properties. Calculate mathematical ex-
(TL2) pectation.
PS.CO2 Ability to calculate covari- Define joint probability distribution,
ance, correlation and regres- joint probability density function.
sion between two random vari- Learn calculation of correlation and re-
ables.(TL4) gression coefficients.
PS.CO3 Ability to test the validity of Define sampling distribution and esti-
hypothesis by different distribu- mate parameters. Apply large sample
tion techniques and construct tests using difference between means,
confidential interval.(TL5) SDs, proportions. Small sample tests
like t-test, F-test, chi-square test to in-
vestigate the validity of hypothesis.

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PS.CO4 Ability to calculate expected Learn characteristics of queuing system


queue length, idle time, wait- and terminology used in queuing sys-
ing time and traffic intensity tems.
for some queuing models.(TL4)
PS.CO5 Ability to distinguish between Learn methods of description of random
random process, Markov pro- process, Markov process and Markov
cess and Markov Chains and chain and stochastic matrix.
compute nth state probabil-
ities for engineering applica-
tions.(TL4)

Subject : Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Subject Code : A30203
Nature of the Subject: Core

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Table 3: Course outcomes for electrical and electronics

EEE.CO1 Able to explain the basic elec- Able to understand the basic electrical
trical concepts, including elec- concepts as well as demonstrate.
tric charge, current, electrical
potential, electrical power and
energy. (TL2)
EEE.CO2 Able to differentiate working Can conduct experiments on DC and
principle and operation of DC AC machines..
and AC machines. (TL4)
EEE.CO3 Able to apply the mesh and Able to prepare network reduction tech-
nodal analysis. (TL3) niques to the corresponding electric cir-
cuits.
EEE.CO4 Able to evaluate the efficiency The efficiency and regulation properties
and voltage regulation of DC of machines can be calculated by con-
and AC machines. (TL6) ducting experiments.
EEE.CO5 Able to design and analyze sim- Can design simple electrical circuits and
ple electrical circuits. (TL5) test for practical applications.

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0.1 Title of the Subject :mechanics of solids


Subject Code : A30203
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 4: courses outcomes for mechanics of solids

MOS.CO1 Able to define the concepts of Understands basic concepts and learn
stress and strain in mechanics various mechanical, structural and ma-
of solids. (TL2) terial properties.
MOS.CO2 Able to describe the concepts of Evaluates different types of stress devel-
principle of superposition, equi- oped by using the stress strain relations.
librium, compatibility, force-
deformation, and stress-strain
relationships. (TL2)
MOS.CO3 Able to analyze determinate Analyze simple stresses developed in
and indeterminate bars/ beams. beams, bars and trusses sheer forces,
(TL4) and bending moments.
MOS.CO4 Able to demonstrate the super- Evaluates various methods for stiffness
position, flexibility, and stiff- calculation.
ness methods. (TL3)
MOS.CO5 Able to design structural mem- Applies basic principles and obtain
bers for given dimensions us- safe stresses in a particular structure,
ing material properties such boundary conditions, loading, allowable
as force-displacement relation- stresses, and factor of safety.
ships.(TL5)

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0.2 Title of the Subject :thermodynamics


Subject Code : A30306
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 5: courses outcomes for thermodynamics

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
TD.CO1 Define thermodynamic system Explains the types of systems and work
and explain heat work function transfers.
at boundaries.(TL2)
TD.CO2 Describe about energy consum- Student understands various energy con-
ing devices that produce work version devices.
output (TL2)
TD.CO3 Compute the magnitude of en- Analyzes the amount of entropy gener-
tropy change. (TL4) ated.
TD.CO4 Demonstrate changes of state Students assess the amount of energy
for improving the performance. changes that improves efficiency.
(TL3)
TD.CO5 Evaluates the behavior of var- Student will be able determine a partic-
ious cycles, operating between ular cycle.
temperature limits. (TL6)
TD.CO6 Propose cycle to use for a given Assess a particular cycle for a particular
application based on source of application.
heat. (TL5)

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0.3 Title of the Subject :metallurgy and material


scince
Subject Code : A31803
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 6: courses outcomes for metallurgy and material science

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
MMS.CO1Able to describe the engineer- Learns various types of materials used
ing materials and their proper- in engineering applications.
ties. (TL2)
MMS.CO2Able to construct demonstrate Understands the phase transformation
phase diagram for transforma- temperatures and their microstructures.
tions. (TL5)
MMS.CO3Able to differentiate materials Gains knowledge on material proper-
based on their alloy composi- ties and their alloying compositions, me-
tions. (TL4) chanical properties, performance & ap-
plications.
MMS.CO4Able to choose an appropriate Understands various heat treatment pro-
heat treatment process for a cesses and choose a process for a partic-
given material. (TL6) ular application.
MMS.CO5Able to select appropriate mate- Estimates a material for a particular
rial for a particular application. application industrial application based
(TL6) the material properties.

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0.4 Title of the Subject : Electrical and Elec-


tronics Engineering Lab
Subject Code : A30482
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 7: courses outcomes for Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
EELAB.CO1 Able to design and develop cir- Become adept at using various methods
cuit models using elementary of circuit analysis, including simplified
electronic components. (TL5) methods.
EELAB.CO2 Illustrate the consequences Can understand and explain the conse-
of linearity, superposition, quences of linearity and other network
Thevinins and Nortons theorems for electronic circuits.
equivalent circuits. (TL3)
EELAB.CO3 Able to explain the principles of Can operate DC and AC motors and
operation of electromechanical generators and explain their working
systems (TL2) principles.
EELAB.CO4 Able to calculate losses oc- Able to perform experiments for calcu-
curred in transformer. (TL4) lating the losses occurring in transform-
ers.

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0.5 Subject :Metallurgy and Mechanics Of Solids


Lab
Subject Code : A30085
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 8: courses outcomes for Metallurgy and Mechanics of Solids Lab

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


MMSLAB.CO1 Able to define and calculate the Conducts experiments for finding the
strength of the material by con- strength of a given material.
ducting experiments. (TL4)
MMSLAB.CO2 Able to list out the mechanical Conducts experiments for finding the
properties of materials experi- mechanical properties of a given mate-
mentally. (TL1) rial.
MMSLAB.CO3 Differentiate the Strength, Able to calculate the strength, hardness
Hardness, Toughness, Stress etc. in the laboratory.
etc,. by conducting experi-
ments. (TL4)
MMSLAB.CO4 Able to explain the Stress- Can draw the stress-strain curve for the
strain curve for different materi- materials in the laboratory.
als by conducting experiments.
(TL2)

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0.6 Title of the Subject : Managerial economics


and financial analysis
Subject Code : A50010
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 9: courses outcomes for Managerial economics and financial analysis

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


MEFA.CO1 Describe the market dynamics Comprehends the Market dynamics
and pricing strategies. (TL2) namely, demand supply, demand fore-
casting, elasticity of demand, and pric-
ing methods, pricing in different market
structures.
MEFA.CO2 Able to explain production cost Analyses Cost-output relationship, ana-
function and to achieve least lyzing cost analysis and methods, Least
cost, for cost analysis. (TL2) cost combination of inputs to arrive at
optimum output.
MEFA.CO3 State and analyze capital bud- Applies Long term investment decisions
geting and decision making. with the help of Capital Budgeting
(TL4) methods both traditional and dynamic.
MEFA.CO4 Prepare the framework for ac- Applies Process of recording a business
counting process. (TL5) transaction, Journalizing, preparation
of ledgers, Trial balance and final ac-
counts and finding out the Profit of the
Organization and its financial strength.
MEFA.CO5 Analyze and interpret the finan- Analyzing the financial statements with
cial statements through ratio the help of ratio analysis and finding
analysis. (TL4) out the overall financial performance of
the organization over years and making
intra-firm and inter-firm comparison.

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0.7 Title of the Subject : Engineering Metrology


Subject Code : A50318
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 10: courses outcomes for Engineering Metrology

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


EM.CO1 Able to compose quality con- Understands the quality control prac-
trol and quality assurance in tices used in industries
industries. (TL5)
EM.CO2 Able to inspect the working Understands the functionality of various
of various alignment machines. coordinating measuring machines
(TL4)
EM.CO3 Able to differentiate the mi- Learns the functionality of various mea-
crometer, dial gauges, Vernier surement devices and select a device for
and slip gauge for measuring a particular application
linear and angular measure-
ments. (TL4)
EM.CO4 Able to analyze the gear profile. Imparts knowledge to the students to
(TL4) design a gear tooth profile
EM.CO5 Able to explain Geometric Explains and evaluates the tolerances
Dimensioning and Tolerance for various machine components
for the machine components.
(TL2)

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0.8 Title of the Subject :Dynamics Of Machinery


Subject Code : A50317
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 11: courses outcomes for Dynamics Of Machinery

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


DOM.CO1 Able to calculate of gyroscopic Imparts knowledge on gyroscopes and
couple for Automobile ships the effect of gyroscopic couple.
and airplanes. (TL4)
DOM.CO2 Able to analyze the static and Analyses the static and dynamic forces
dynamic forces for machines. for a mechanism.
(TL4)
DOM.CO3 Able to explain different types Gains knowledge on Dynamometers
of transmission and absorption and brakes and their various types.
dynamometers for machines. DOM.CO4 Able to describe the con-
(TL2) cepts of flywheel and governors used in
automobiles. (TL2) Understands the
differences between flywheel and gover-
nors and their respective applications.
DOM.CO5 Able to demonstrate the bal- Gains knowledge on balancing of en-
ancing of multi cylinder in line gines and the necessity of balancing.
engine and v-engines. (TL3)
DOM.CO6 Able to evaluate the natural fre- Evaluates the natural frequency of dif-
quency for different vibrations ferent vibrations produced.
produced in machines. (TL5)

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0.9 Title of the Subject :Machine Tools


Subject Code : A50321
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 12: courses outcomes for Machine Tools

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


MT.CO1 Apply the mechanics of metal Analyzes the process of machining.
cutting. (TL3)
MT.CO2 Apply the knowledge of using Understands the application of Lathe
lathe machine for removal of machine and its importance in manufac-
material. (TL3) turing.
MT.CO3 Explain the working of shaper, Imparts knowledge on various machine
planer, drilling, milling and tools in processing metals.
grinding machines. (TL2)
MT.CO4 Comprehend speed and feed Gains knowledge on different mecha-
mechanisms of machine tools. nisms used in machine tools.
(TL2)
MT.CO5 Assessment of machine timings Estimates and evaluates the machining
for machining operations using times for machining operations.
machine tools. (TL6)

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0.10 Subject :Design of Machine Members-I


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 13: courses outcomes for Design of Machine Members-I

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


DMM-I.CO1 Able to Analyze the stress and Ability to Analyze the stress and strain
strain on mechanical compo- on the mechanical components and un-
nents and also identify the derstand different failure modes.
failure modes for mechanical
parts.(TL4)
DMM-I.CO2 Able to demonstrate basic ma- Evaluates the design parameters used
chine elements used in machine in designing of machine elements. De-
design. (TL3) sign machine elements to withstand the
loads and deformations for a given ap-
plication.
DMM-I.CO3 Able to identify design prob- Understand a design problem and finds
lems for better decision making. the best possible solution for the prob-
(TL2) lem.
DMM-I.CO4 Able to revise the usage of soft- Gains knowledge on different Software
ware for designs. (TL6) utilities to invent new applications.

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0.11 Subject :Thermal Engineering-II


Subject Code :A50326
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 14: courses outcomes for Thermal Engineering-II

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


TE-II.CO1 The ability to identify and rep- Imparts knowledge on various thermo-
resent various cycles on differ- dynamic cycles.
ent co-ordinates, analyze flue
gases. (TL2)
TE-II.CO2 The ability to explain the work- Understand the working principles of
ing principle of different boil- boilers and their accessories. Can dis-
ers.(TL2) cuss the functions of mountings. Can
differentiate between different draughts
and analyze the nozzles. Able to design
chimney.
TE-II.CO3 The ability to distinguish Im- Distinguish between Impulse and reac-
pulse & Reaction steam tur- tion turbines and understand the impor-
bines and explain friction ef- tance of condensers and classify different
fects by plotting velocity dia- steam condensers.
grams.(TL4)
TE-II.CO4 The ability to distinguish be- Gain knowledge on various processes of
tween gas turbines. (TL4) Gas turbine operations for closed and
open cycle gas turbines.
TE-II.CO5 The ability to define the prin- Understand the working of various jets
ciples of jet propulsion and list and rockets. And able to explain about
out various jet propulsive en- thrust power and calculate propulsive
gines (TL1) efficiency.

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0.12 Subject :Thermal Engineering Lab


Subject Code : A50383
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 15: courses outcomes for Thermal Engineering Lab

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


TELAB.CO1 Measure valve opening angles Understands the differences between
and port opening angles. (TL6) four stroke and two stroke engine op-
erations.
TELAB.CO2 Evaluate the performance and Evaluates the parameters used for calcu-
efficiency of various engines. lating the efficiencies of various engines.
(TL6)
TELAB.CO3 Explain the working of various Understands the usage of various instru-
measuring instruments used in ments in thermal background.
the field of thermal engineering.
(TL2)
TELAB.CO4 Demonstrate the operation of Gains the knowledge on operating vari-
various engines and dynamome- ous engines and dynamometers.
ters.(TL3)

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0.13 Subject : Operations Research


Subject Code : 57022
Nature of the Subject: Core

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Table 16: courses outcomes for Operations Research

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for


CODE COs
OR.CO1 Acquires knowledge in resource management techniques Pending
and tools and have the capability apply in any systems
concerned, like, computer system or Mechanical system or
Electrical system and soon.(TL3)
OR.CO2 Identifies and develop operational research models from Pending
the verbal description of the real system. Understand
the Mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimiza-
tion/allocation/Inventory problems/assignment problems
/waiting lines involving conditions and resource constraints.
Use mathematical techniques to solve the proposed models.
OR.CO3 Proficiency with tools from optimization, probability, statis- Pending
tics, Dynamic programming simulation, and engineering
economic analysis, including fundamental applications of
those tools in Industry and the public sector in contexts
involving uncertainty and scarce or expensive resources.
OR.CO4 Facility with mathematical and computational modeling of Pending
real decision-making problems, including the use of model-
ing tools and computational tools, as well as analytic skills
to evaluate the problems.
OR.CO5 Develops a report that describes the model and the solving Pending
technique, analyze the results and propose recommendations
in language understandable to the decision-making processes
in engineering.
OR.CO6 Acquires the knowledge in decision models with strengthen Pending
the managerial/leadership capability in real time decision
making.

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0.14 Subject : Power Plant Engineering


Subject Code : 57023
Nature of the Subject: Core

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Table 17: courses outcomes for Power Plant Engineering

UNIQUE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


CODE COMES
PPE.CO1 Ability to identify Var- Can list out various resources of energy and
ious Resources for the power that is developed in India.
development of power
in India.(TL2)
PPE.CO2 Ability to describe the Can discuss the basic principles of Combus-
Combustion process in tion process in steam power plant.
steam power plant.
(TL2)
PPE.CO3 Ability to distinguish Can define different layouts of power plants
between open and and classify them. With the knowledge of dif-
closed cycles in a ferent layouts of power plant, one can improve
power plant. (TL4) the performance.
PPE.CO4 Ability to Compare dif- To differentiate between Diesel power plant
ferent types of lubrica- and steam power plant. Identify the different
tion systems, air start- types of lubrication system. Can describe air
ing systems and super- starting system and supercharging.
charging. (TL4)
PPE.CO5 Ability to demonstrate To Identify the different components of hydro-
different types of non- electric power plants, Differentiate between
conventional sources of various hydrographs. To design the different
energy. (TL3) types of non-conventional sources available for
generating power. Illustrate different types
of wind mills; describe direct energy conver-
sion system. Distinguish between fusion and
fission. Compare nuclear power plant with
steam power plant.
PPE.CO6 To analyze and solve Define load curve, connected load, max de-
problems for a given mand, demand factor, load factor, diversity
Fixed cost and oper- factor. Explain how pollution from power
ating cost and esti- plant affects the system and its control by
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mate power plant Eco- using control methods. (TL6)
nomics. (TL6)
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0.15 Subject : CAD / CAM


Subject Code : 57024
Nature of the Subject: Core

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Table 18: courses outcomes for CAD / CAM

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
CCM.CO1 Defines the stages of product To analyze and solve problems for a given
life cycles necessary to design Fixed cost and operating cost in power plant.
manufacturing industries using Estimate power plant Economics, define load
computers. (TL1) curve, connected load, demand, demand fac-
tor, load factor, diversity factor, also describe
pollution from power plant and its control
methods.
CCM.CO2 Illustrate the hierarchy of Imparts knowledge on hierarchy of database
database structure, Various and Rasterization process.
transformations needed to
model the component, Process
of Rasterization. (TL3)
CCM.CO3 Distinguishes between the para- Evaluate the curves and surfaces used in
metric representation and non- CAD/CAM by means of parametric repre-
parametric representation of sentation.
Various Analytical and Syn-
thetic curves, plane surfaces.
(TL4)
CCM.CO4 Differentiate between NC, CNC Gains knowledge on the various modes of
and DNC. Perform part pro- automation used in manufacturing industry.
gramming on CNC machine.
(TL4)
CCM.CO5 Categorize the various parts of Categorize the various types of products man-
families and to know the vari- ufactured in industry.
ous types of Manufacturing lay-
outs. (TL4)

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0.16 Subject : Instrumentation and Control Sys-


tems
Subject Code : 57025
Nature of the Subject: Core

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Table 19: courses outcomes for Instrumentation and Control Systems

UNIQUE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


CODE COMES
ICS.CO1 Apply the principles of Understand the principles of measurement
measurement systems systems.
and elimination of er-
rors. (TL3)
ICS.CO2 Apply theory and Imparts knowledge on various transducers,
construction of var- their construction and working principle.
ious transducers to
measure displacement,
principles of measure-
ments and classify the
ranges. (TL3)
ICS.CO3 Categorize measure- Classify measurement of pressure units.
ment of pressure units
and apply different
principles. (TL 4)
ICS.CO4 Apply direct method Analyze different flow measurement levels.
& Indirect methods for
measurement of lev-
els use different units
for flow measurements.
(TL3)
ICS.CO5 Use different tachome- Usage of different tachometers for speed mea-
ters for measurement surements.
of speed.(TL3)
ICS.CO6 Use different psy- Can distinguish different humidity measure-
chomotor for mea- ment techniques.
surement of humidity
and different units for
measurement of force,
torque and power.
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0.17 Subject : Robotics


Subject Code : 57026
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 20: courses outcomes for Robotics

UNIQUE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


CODE COMES
R.CO1 Student should be Identify the need of automation for industrial
able to describe the applications and also in robotics.
need of Automation
for Robotics. (TL2)
R.CO2 Student should be Understand the various configurations of
able to analyze the robots.
Robot configuration
and types. (TL4)
R.CO3 Student should be able Evaluate the matrix notations for co-
to explain Matrix for ordination robots.
Co-ordination robots.
(TL2)
R.CO4 Student should be able Describe the sensor application in robots.
to describe the sensors.
(TL2)
R.CO5 Student should be able Imparts knowledge on robots with sensors.
to demonstrate sim-
ple Robot with sensors.
(TL3)
R.CO6 Student should be able Gains knowledge on various feedback systems.
to identify different
types of feedback sys-
tems. (TL1)

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0.18 Subject :Unconventional Machining Processes


Subject Code : 57030
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 21: courses outcomes for Unconventional Machining Processes

UNIQUE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


CODE COMES
UCMP.CO1 Explain the concepts Understand the concept of unconventional
of unconventional machining process.
machining processes
and the difference be-
tween the traditional
and non-traditional
machining. (TL2)
UCMP.CO2 Categorization of un- Classification of unconventional machining
conventional machin- process based up on the utilization of energies.
ing process based up
on the utilization of en-
ergies in their direct
form.(TL4)
UCMP.CO3 Apply the knowledge Imparts knowledge of materials with the help
of machining of mate- of chemicals.
rials with help of chem-
icals and thermo elec-
tric methods.(TL3)
UCMP.CO4 Differentiate Working Differentiate the working and applications of
and Applications of plasma arc welding process.
plasma arc welding
process for machining
of metals. (TL4)

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0.19 Subject: Computer Aided Design and Man-


ufacturing Lab
Subject Code : 57605
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 22: courses outcomes for Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing La

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


COMES
CADMLAB.CO1 Define and Create sim- Understand the modeling of simple 2d objects
ple two dimensional using AUTOCAD 2016.
objects. (TL5)
CADMLAB.CO2 Explain the Creation Imparts knowledge on creating symmetrical
of symmetrical objects. objects using AUTOCAD 2016.
(TL2)
CADMLAB.CO3 Use of orthographic Usage of respective views using AUTOCAD
and sectional views of 2016.
various machine ele-
ments. (TL3)
CADMLAB.CO4 Generate diagrams for Differentiate between 2D and 3D objects us-
various three dimen- ing AUTOCAD 2016.
sional objects. (TL4)
CADMLAB.CO5 Creation of part pro- To work practically in manufacturing using
gramming and per- CNC machine.
forming machining op-
eration. (TL5)

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0.20 Subject: Production Drawing Practice And


Instrumentation Lab
Subject Code : 57606
Nature of the Subject: Core

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


COMES
PDPILAB.CO1 Create the drawings to Construction of symbols to show conventions
indicate various sym- and the parts of machine drawn.
bols & conventions
and Explain construc-
tion of various parts of
machine. (TL 5)
PDPILAB.CO2 Demonstrate, Differen- Parts of assemblies are drawn which shows
tiate & Categorize var- disassemblies including symbols to indicate
ious parts and its dis- surface roughness, heat treatment processes
assemblies, representa- etc.,
tions in drawings of
parts and symbols to
indicate the drawings.
(TL 4)
PDPILAB.CO3 Define the quan- Some physical quantities are measured by
tities to measure, using various transducers. Temperature, dis-
Explain theory and placement and speed are measured by using
construction of var- various instruments.
ious transducers to
measure displacement,
temperature, speed
and Demonstrate
various instruments
in measuring physical
quantities.(TL3)

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PDPILAB.CO4 Differentiate various Analyzing various readings obtained from me-


measuring instruments chanical and electrical instruments.
and Categorize differ-
ent instruments for
measurements.(TL4)
PDPILAB.CO5 Compare various mea- Various measurements are compared after ob-
sured quantities using taining from various instruments. Such as in
different instruments. measuring pressure using bourdon gauge and
(TL4) pressure measurement trainer.

0.21 Subject: Production Technology


Subject Code :A40312
Nature of the Subject: Core

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Table 24: courses outcomes for Production Technology

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


PTECH.CO1 Able to demonstrate Obtains knowledge on Casting process used
about Casting process for complicated parts and capable of identify-
and their defects (TL3) ing defects in the casts.
PTECH.CO2 Able to distinguish vari- Understands about various welding processes
ous welding methods and like, inert gas, TIG,MIG, LASER etc. and
appraise welding defects their defects.
and their remedies (TL4)
PTECH.CO3 Able to analyze the size, Students are be able to analyze the effect of
throat of weld and its ef- various welding process parameters on the
fect on strength (TL4). bead geometry and design the joint.
PTECH.CO4 Able to describe different Understands Forging as one of the manufac-
methods of forging and turing process applied for crankshafts.
specific areas of applica-
tions (TL2).
PTECH.CO5 Able to employ the con- Learn and explain how plastic deformation of
cept of technological pro- metals is achieved on industrial scale. Explain
cedures in industrial man- the essence of each technological operation
ufacturing processes re- employed in industrial pressure shaping of
lated to pressure shaping metals;
of metals (TL3).
PTECH.CO6 Able to discuss harden- Understands the cold working and hot work-
ing, strengthening that ing processes which are characterized by shap-
occurs in pressure shap- ing the work piece at a temperature below its
ing of metals (TL2). recrystallization temperature.

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0.22 Subject: Kinematics of Machinery


Subject Code :A40309
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 25: courses outcomes for Kinematics of Machinery

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
KOM.CO1 Able to explain the mechanisms Learn and understand the functioning of
used in various machines. (Level various mechanisms found in machines,
3) like, links, chains etc.
KOM.CO2 Able to analyze the velocity and Analyze the velocity and acceleration
acceleration in the mechanisms us- of the links of a mechanism to get the
ing graphical methods. (TL4) proper work output
KOM.CO3 Able to differentiate various mo- Understand the functioning and use of
tion mechanisms. (TL4) straight line mechanisms, steering Gear
mechanism and Hookes Joint
KOM.CO4 Able to illustrate various types of Learns and understands various cam
motion in cams and draw the re- motions and to analyze them at various
spective cam profiles. (TL3) stages of motion.
KOM.CO5 Able to discuss the various techni- Understands and apply the various
cal terms in gear profile and to terms of gear profile, its functioning and
know the various kinematic as- troubles occurred during its operation.
pects of Gears (Level 2)
KOM.CO6 Able to demonstrate various Gear Know the importance of velocity ratio
trains and analyze the working in power transmission devices like gears,
of differential gear for automobile and the various types of gear trains
(TL4) used.

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0.23 Subject: Thermal Engineering-I


Subject Code :A40313
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 26: courses outcomes for Thermal Engineering-I

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
TE.CO1 Able to identify IC engines based To understand and classify power machines
on general design features. (TL2) by their basic operational principles.
TE.CO2 Able to recognize and analyze and Able to learn various sub systems in IC
define basic sub systems of an IC engines.
engine with their functions. (TL4)
TE. CO3 Able to select a refrigeration sys- Know the working of various refrigeration
tem for a particular application. systems.
(TL6)
TE. CO4 Able to explain the working of Know the working of various air compres-
various types of air compressors. sor systems.
(TL2)
TE. CO5 Able to compare and analyze the Understand and explain performance and
effects of varying conditions on en- volumetric efficiency evaluation of two
gine performance and volumetric stroke engines.
efficiency. (TL6)
TE. CO6 Able to calculate two-stroke en- Know the working of two stroke engines
gine performance. (TL4) and applications and performance evalua-
tion.

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0.24 Subject:Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic


Machines
Subject Code : A40112
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 27: courses outcomes for Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
MFHM.CO1 Able to apply the knowledge of Understanding the fundamentals of fluid
basic principles of fluid mechanics. mechanics, properties and laws.
(TL3)
MFHM.CO2 Able to analyze fluid flow prob- Capable to analyze the laminar and turbu-
lems with the application of lent flow in pipes by applying continuity
momentum and energy equa- equation, Bernoullis equation etc.
tions.(TL4)
MFHM.CO3 Able to calculate the friction fac- Learn to analyze flows in pipes also able
tor in pipes by considering losses to calculate the friction factor.
in pipes. (TL4)
MFHM.CO4 Able to analyze the performance Learn and understand to analyze the char-
of turbines and pumps.(TL4) acteristics of different turbines like Pelton
wheel, Francis turbine, Kaplan turbine and
pumps by drawing characteristic curves.

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0.25 Subject:Machine Drawing


Subject Code :A40310
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 28: courses outcomes for Machine Drawing

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
MD.CO1 Able to apply the conventions Learn and understand the knowledge of
used in machine drawing. (TL3) machine drawing as a system of communi-
cation in which ideas are expressed clearly
and all information fully conveyed.
MD.CO2 Able to use modern engineering Interprets the sectional views of different
tools, software and equipment to machine elements and simulated in modern
prepare different drawings for de- software packages.
sign & manufacturing. (TL3)
MD.CO3 Able to arrange the assembly Able to draw the complete assembly of a
drawings of different machine ele- machine element like stuffing box, screw
ments using part drawings show- jack and valves etc.
ing in the form of sectional
views.(TL5)

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0.26 Subject:Mathematics-II
Subject Code :A40310
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 29: courses outcomes for Mathematics-II

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
M-II.CO1 Able to apply Gauss, Greens, Evaluate line, surface, volume integrals
Stokes theorems to evaluate and convert line integrals to area inte-
Line, surface and volume inte- grals and surface integrals to volume
grals.(TL6) integrals.
M-II.CO2 Able to apply Fourier series and Define Fourier series, half range Fourier
Fourier transforms for solving sine, cosine series find the expansion of
problems in engineering.(TL3) a given function by Fourier series and
Fourier Transforms.
M-II.CO3 Able to use appropriate inter- Define finite differences and learn var-
polation method for specific ap- ious interpolation methods for equally
plication in engineering stud- and unequally spaced values. Learn
ies.(TL3) least squares method to approximate
value of the function.
M-II.CO4 Able to solve algebraic Learn different methods to find approx-
and transcendental equa- imate root of algebraic, transcendental
tions.(TL4) equations.
M-II.CO5 Able to calculate numerical Learn different numerical techniques to
solution of differential equa- obtain numerical solution of ODE and
tions using numerical tech- boundary value problems using shooting
niques.(TL4) method.

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0.27 Subject:production technology lab


Subject Code :A40382
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 30: courses outcomes for production technology lab

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
PTLAB- Able to design and manufacture Ability to make the patterns of connect-
CO1 simple patterns. (TL5) ing rod, dumbbell shaped pattern.
PTLAB- Able to create the moulds using Learn and understand to control sand
CO2 sand and determine its effects. properties in foundry.
(TL5)
PTLAB- Able to operate arc welding, gas Capable to apply arc welding processes
CO3 welding and resistance welding to similar materials, acetylene gas weld-
equipment. (TL3) ing and seam welding process.
PTLAB- Able to use pipe bending and injec- Able to manufacture plastic products
CO4 tion moulding equipment. (TL3) using injection and blow moulding ma-
chines.

0.28 Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines


Lab
Subject Code :A40188
Nature of the Subject: Core

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Table 31: courses outcomes for mechanics of fluids and hydraulic machines lab

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
MFHMLAB.CO1
Able to apply the knowledge in Ability to find the discharge through
the design of water supply pipe pipes and ability to find the piezo-metric
networks and measure the rate of head differences in pipes.
flow in pipes and channels. (TL3)
MFHMLAB.CO2
Able to analyze the performance Ability to calculate power produced in
of turbines, pumps for different different turbines and able to determine
working conditions. (TL4) the discharge of water in centrifugal
pumps and reciprocating pump.

0.29 subject: heat transfer


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

UNIQUE CODE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


COMES
HT.CO1 Able to Analyze prob- Understand the basic modes of heat transfer
lems involving steady and the fundamental laws governing them.
state and transient
heat conduction in sim-
ple geometries. (TL4)
HT.CO2 Able to evaluate heat Learn and explain convection heat transfer
transfer coefficients for problems.
natural and forced con-
vection .(TL6)

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HT.CO3 Able to identify and Understand the laws of black body radiation,
evaluate radiation heat various laws like Plank, Wien, Kirchoff and
transfer between black concept of shape factor.
body/grey body sur-
faces. (TL6)
HT.CO4 Able to design and an- Knowing classification of heat exchangers and
alyze the performance finding out overall heat transfer coefficient
of heat exchangers. and fouling factor for the same.
(TL5).

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0.30 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 33: courses outcomes for refrigeration and air conditioning

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
RAC.CO1 Able to calculate the C.O.P of a Learn the selection of refrigerant and
Refrigeration system for a given refrigeration system for a particular ap-
Refrigerant (TL4) plication and the refrigerating load and
calculation of COP for the system.
RAC.CO2 Able to evaluate the performance Learn the evaluation procedures for dif-
of vapor compression and vapor ferent Vapor Refrigeration with Air re-
absorption refrigeration systems. frigeration system.
(TL6)
RAC.CO3 Able to define psychometric pa- Learn the terminology used in PH chart,
rameters and create the schematic How it is helpful in finding the unknown
of a psychometric chart. (TL5) parameters.
RAC.CO4 Estimate the internal heat loads Learn the Explanation of Different Ter-
and Sensible heat factor and grand minology used for Air conditioning.
sensible heat factor. (TL6)
RAC.CO5 Able to select air conditioning sys- Understand and learn to select differ-
tems and ducting and piping sys- ent Air Conditioning systems & how to
tems layout for room air distribu- improve Its performance.
tion.(TL6)

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0.31 subject: Design of Machine Members-II


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 34: courses outcomes for Design of Machine Members-II

UNIQUE COURSE OUT- Explanation for COs


CODE COMES
DMM- Able to analyze differ- Ability to design journal bearings and
II.CO1 ent bearings. (TL4) select the rolling contact bearings.
DMM- Able to analyze the IC Ability to evaluate the Connecting rod,
II.CO2 Engine parts. (TL4) Piston, crankshaft etc.,
DMM- Demonstrates the ap- Learn to demonstrate the use of belt
II.CO3 plication of drive sys- and chain drive systems and evaluates
tems. (TL3) the gear drive systems.
DMM- Ability to evaluate Understand applying screw jack to lift
II.CO4 power screws. (TL6) loads.

0.32 subject: Automobile Engineering


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
AE.CO1 Able to explain the SI and CI au- Able to demonstrate types of Auto-
tomobile engines(TL2) mobile engines, their components, its
power supply units and fuel supply sys-
tems.
AE.CO2 Able to demonstrate the Lubrica- Ability to explain the splash and pres-
tion system, cooling system and sure lubrication systems, battery igni-
ignition system of an engine.(TL3) tion and water and air cooling systems

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AE.CO3 Able to identify different pollu- Ability to understand the types of pol-
tant emissions from automobile lutants emitted from engines
engines and their effects on envi-
ronment.(TL2)
AE.CO4 Able to evaluates gear boxes, Transmission system, Suspension sys-
clutches and brakes (TL6) tem & different types braking system.
AE.CO5 Able to demonstrate steering ge- Understands about the steering systems
ometry and different steering sys- used for automobiles
tems.(TL3)

0.33 Subject: Finite Element Methods


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
FEM.CO1 Able to solve the linear and non- To understand the basics steps in FEM
linear equations for FEM. (TL4) for solving linear non linear differential
or integral equations.
FEM.CO2 To analyze Truss elements & beam Calculate the load vector, stiffness ma-
elements.(TL4) trix using potential energy for Trusses
and beams and virtual work principle.
FEM.CO3 Able to evaluate the load distri- Estimate the load vector and stress dis-
bution, heat distribution for 1-D tribution for 1-D bars, beams, CST and
bars.(TL6) axis-symmetric solid objects.
FEM.CO4 Able to apply the FEM formu- Evaluate the temperature distribution
lation for 1-D fins, thin plates, in solid body thin plates shaft and tor-
shafts for heat transfer rate.(TL3) sion.
FEM.CO5 Able to demonstrate the dynamic Learn to perform the dynamic analysis
analysis and vibrations for differ- for 1-D, 2-D elements.
ent objects using FEM.(TL3)

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0.34 subject:Intellectual Property Rights


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 37: courses outcomes for Intellectual Property Rights

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
IPR.C01 Able to categorize the IPR, search Search US, Japan & EU patents and
patents. (TL4) evaluate the proposed IPR claims nov-
elty, uniqueness & commercial viability
IPR.C02 Able to select and evaluate a trade Know how a trade mark can be reg-
mark.(TL6) istered and ownership rights retained,
how to globally protect and define time
lines
IPR.C03 Able to evaluate the legal rights Copy right law defines the scope, va-
of a copy right. (TL6) lidity and geographical positioning of
rights, correct knowledge will enable
evaluation of rights.
IPR.C04 Able to analyze the trade secrete Unfair competition due to misappropria-
rights and express the liabilities tions, illegal usages should be identified
due to misappropriations(TL4) for legal protection of registered copy
rights.
IPR.C05 Able to design and write a sample For an example innovation to write a
patent. (TL5) model patent after searching the prior
art giving claims.

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0.35 Subject:Heat Transfer Lab


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
HTLAB.CO1 Able to calculate heat transfer co- Conduct experiments to measure heat
efficient. (TL4) transfer through lagged pipe, concentric
sphere, etc.,
HTLAB.CO2 Able to conduct experiment to Learn to measure thermal conductivity
measure thermal conductivity. of metal rods, heat transfer in forced
(TL4) and natural convection.
HTLAB.CO3 Able to conduct experiments on Learn to conduct experiments on heat
convection apparatus on heat transfer using forced and natural con-
transfer.(TL4) vection apparatus.
HTLAB.CO4 Able to conduct experiments on Understand the process of measuring
radiation heat transfer.(TL4) heat transfer using various apparatus.
HTLAB.CO5 Able to experiment on heat ex- Learn conducting experiments using Ste-
changer. (TL4) fan Boltzmann, Critical heat flux and
Emissivity apparatus for heat exchange.

0.36 Subject:Advanced Communication Skills Lab


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

0.37 Subject:Plant Layout and Material Handling


Subject Code : 58019
Nature of the Subject: Core

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UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
PLMH.CO1 Able to plan a detailed Plant lay- Knowledge on Plant layout and its uti-
out (TL5) lization.
PLMH.CO1 Able to plan a detailed Plant lay- Knowledge on Plant layout and its uti-
out (TL5) lization.
PLMH.CO2 Able to demonstrate process lay- Understand about the product layout
out and explain advantages of processes and their uses.
product layouts (TL3)
PLMH.CO3 Able to analyze the effect of vari- Able to analyze the production and its
ous plant layout process parame- effect on layout.
ters. (TL4).
PLMH.CO4 Able to describe different methods Material handling is one of the trans-
of material handling and specific portation process applied for manufac-
areas of applications. (TL2). turing process in Industries.
PLMH.CO5 Able to evaluate material handling Explain how material of metals is
procedures in industrial manufac- achieved to transport in industrial scale.
turing processes. (TL6). explain the essence of each technolog-
ical operation employed in industrial
material handling of metals;
PLMH.CO6 Able to propose material handling Students solve the practice problems
processes to minimize time and which are facing in industries and solve
money (TL5) it by using different types of methods.
(trial and error method)

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Table 39: courses outcomes for Advanced Communication Skills Lab

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
ACSLAB.CO1Able to use English communica- Learns vocabulary through communica-
tion skills contextually using vo- tive approach using idioms, phrases, col-
cabulary. (TL3) locations etc.
ACSLAB.CO2Able to differentiate and inter- Learn comprehension and understand
pret English literature contextu- the meaning from the context and deci-
ally. (TL3) pher the proper meaning.
ACSLAB.CO3Able to differentiate writing skills Learn different types of writing skills
and spoken skills in professional like letter, resume, technical report,
contexts. (TL4) portfolio etc.
ACSLAB.CO4Able to acquire oral and written Learn oral presentation skills either
presentation skills needed for com- as an individual or as in a group,
petitive exams.(TL5) through JAM sessions, seminars, PPTs
and practice writing skills for through
posters, projects, reports ,e-mails
ACSLAB.CO5Able to manage personal behavior Able to promote themselves in group
during interviews and conferences discussion /conferences with proper in-
in a global context. (TL5) tervention, voice modulation body lan-
guage fluency, organization of ideas, con-
cept and process etc.

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0.38 subject:Renewable Energy Sources


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

Table 41: courses outcomes for Renewable Energy Sources

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE
RES.CO1 Able to describe the importance Understand the fundamental character-
of Renewable energy sources com- istics of renewable energy sources and
pared to Fossil fuels (TL2) their differences compared to fossil fuels.
RES.CO2 Able to choose the most appropri- The importance of different Renewable
ate renewable energy technology energy sources based on Local condi-
based on local conditions(TL6) tions and compare different energy tech-
nologies.
RES.CO3 Able to compare basic environ- The Effects of Renewable energy sources
mental assessments of renewable compared to Fossil fuels on Environ-
energy systems and conventional ment.
fossil fuel systems(TL6)
RES.CO4 Able to design renewable/hybrid Design the components to meet the de-
energy systems to meet specific mands economically feasible and have
energy environment(TL5) a minimal impact on environment.

0.39 subject:Production Planning & Control


Subject Code :
Nature of the Subject: Core

UNIQUE COURSE OUTCOMES Explanation for COs


CODE

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PPC.CO1 Able to apply production plan- Ability to apply techniques to get good
ning and control techniques for results in manufacturing and services.
efficient management of manufac-
turing and services (TL3)
PPC.CO2 Able to apply forecasting tech- Apply qualitative and quantitative fore-
niques for short, medium and long casting techniques like Delphi method
range forecasting. (TL3) for short, medium, and long range fore-
casting.
PPC.CO3 Able to design quantitative mod- Develop quantitative models to manage
els to manage inventory sys- independent demand inventory systems
tems and analyze material require- and analyze MR Plans and manufactur-
ments.(TL5) ing resource plans.
PPC.CO4 Able examine various techniques Ability to analyze Gantt chart, schedul-
and policies used in standard ing performance.
scheduling methods.(TL4)
PPC.CO5 Ability to evaluate aggregate plan- Show how various heuristics can be used
ning for line balancing problems. to solve industry size line balancing
(TL6) problem.

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1. Speak and seek professional assistance from the faculty

2. Develop the nature of respecting the faculty

3. Extract optimum grading points by working at satisfactory level of faculty

S.No Name Designation Photo Cell No email


Principal
and Pro-
1 Dr. Suresh 9849628282 s4akella@gmail.com
fessor
Akella

acsreddy64
2 A C S Reddy HOD 9963005134
@ gmail.com

3 Prof. Krish- Asso.Professor 9542097406 krishna.y


naiah @sreyas.ac.in

sainathkasuba
4 Prof. Sainath Asso.Professor 9848093630
@ gmail.com

rk.vanukuru
5 Prof.Rama Asst.Professor 9440495051
@gmail.com
krishna

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sandeep.kalyana
6 Prof. Asst.Professor 9502058910 durgam
Sandeep @gmail.com

7 Prof.Kallu Asst.Professor 9490033636 rajasekhar.k


Raja Sekhar @sreyas.ac.in

8 Prof.M.Bhaskar Asst.Professor 9000035634 bhaskarmeesala16


@gmail.com

9 Prof.T.Krishna Asst.Professor 9704689575 krishna.chaitan


Chaitanya ya346 @gmail.com

10 Prof.Nitin E Asst.Professor 9480184025 nitin5335


P @gmail.com

11 Prof. T Ravi Asst. Profes- 9553651721 travi303


sor @gmail.com

12 Prof. Praveen. Asst. Profes- 9542097406 praveen.r


B.Ronad sor @sreyas.ac.in

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13 Dr. P M Diaz Assoc. Profes- 9443558554 paludiaz


sor @sreyas.ac.in

14 Prof. Asst. Profes- 8867933723 bajantimanju @ya-


B.Manjunath sor hoo.com

15 Prof. P. Asst. Profes- 9492933310 ashokkumar.p


Ashok Kumar sor @sreyas.ac.in

16 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9966880348 praveenkumarmtech


P.Praveen sor 2113@gmail.com
Kumar

17 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9490955895 naveenkumar.r


R.Naveen sor @sreyas.ac.in
Kumar

18 Prof. Sairam Asst. Profes- 9885806957 sidkvr@gmail.com


sor

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19 Prof. Asst. Profes- 7506972396 krishnasrujith.a


A.Krishna sor @sreyas.ac.in
srujith

20 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9603997947 klnmurthy1986


K.L.N.Murthy sor @gmail.com

21 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9848547154 nagesh@sreyas.ac.in


G.Nagesh sor

22 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9494797320 jsdr347@gmail.com


J.Sreedhar sor

23 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9989868744 mylapalli parva-


M.Parvateesam sor teesam @gmail.com

24 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9177435415 neswararaok


K.Nagaswar sor @gmail.com
Rao

25 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9063163170 sandeepjakku


J.Sandeep sor @gmail.com
Kumar

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26 Prof. Asst. Profes-


A.V.Surya sor
narayana
sarma

27 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9486507441 mkathirvelphd


M.Kathievel sor @gmail.com

28 Mrs. Asst. Profes- 9000930170 ramyadeepika


K.Ramya sor @sreyas.ac.in
Deepika

29 Mrs. Usha Asst. Profes- 9533386523 usha.jyothi1


Jhothirmai sor @gmail.com

30 Prof. R.Saran Asst. Profes- 9030896461 Saran.vits


Kumar sor @gmail.com

31 Prof. J.V. Ra- Asst. Profes- 9884183409 jeyar.ramakanth


makanth sor @gmail.com

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32 Prof. C.L.N Asst. Profes- 7032826628 laxminkrao


Kameshwar sor @gmail.com
rao

33 Mrs. A.Naga Asst. Profes- 8688487527 sahithi.akula


Sahithi sor @gmail.com

34 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9703384467 mathangibhaanu


B.Bhanu sor @gmail.com
Chander

35 Prof. San- Asst. Profes- 9542211440 bandarisanjay1


janna sor @gmail.com

36 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9652637287 kpreddy215


K.P.Reddy sor @gmail.com

37 Prof. Asst. Profes- 9441119513 paleshwardasika


D.V.Paleshwar sor @yahoo.com

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Non Teaching Staff


s.no Name Designation cell email
1 Mr K CH Foreman 9951044114 prakashgnana374@gmail.com
GNANA
PRAKASH
2 Prof.S.RADHA
Lab Assis- 8096105967 www.radhakrishna@gmail.com
!htp KRISHNA tant
3 Mr A YES- Lab Assis- 9502090421
DAS tant
4 Mr A Lab Assis- 9989664926 ramesh.a3355@gmail.com
RAMESH tant
5 Mr MD Lab Asst 8897063814 mdkhajahyd@gmail.com
KHAJA Mech

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List of Incharges

S.No TITTLE IN-CHARGE


1 HOD Prof. A C Sekhara Reddy
2 Dy HOD Mr Rama Krishna
3 II Year in-charge
4 III Year in-charge
5 IV Year in-charge
6 Time Table In-Charge Prof.J.Sreedhar
7 T and P I/C Prof. Krishna Chaithanya
8 Stationary In-Charge Prof. T Ravi
9 W/S, Seminars and Confe.
10 I/C-Acadamics
11 Projects I/C Prof. Sai Nath
12 Library, Internet & website Prof.Nithin
I/C
14 Exam cell I/C Prof. K L N Murthy
15 Discipline & Anti raging I/C Prof.K. Sainath
17 R&D I/C Prof. Sai Nath
Student Counselors
II-A/Batch I Prof. Nitin
18 II-A/Batch II Prof. Praveen R
II-A/Batch III Prof. V Ramakrishna
Student Counselors
II-B/Batch I Prof. KVRS Sairam
19 II-B/Batch II Prof. Krishna Srujit

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II-B/Batch III Prof. O Anil Kumar


Student Counselors
III-A/Batch I
20 III-A/Batch II
III-A/Batch III
Student Counselors
III-B/Batch I
21 III-B/Batch II
III-B/Batch III
Student Counselors
IV-A/Batch I
22 IV-A/Batch II
IV-A/Batch III
Student Counselors
IV-B/Batch I
23 IV-B/Batch II
IV-B/Batch III
24 Dept Mentoring I/C
25 Admissions coordinator
26 Publications I/C
27 Dept Physical
facilities I/C
28 Student fees monitoring I/C
29 PG Class coordinator
30 Industrial visits I/C
31 Thermal Engineering do- Prof. K. Saarnath
main head
32 Production Engineering do- Prof. D V Paleswer
main head
33 Design domain head Prof. Y.Krishna

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List of Files Maintained in the
Department

S.NoFile No File Name Control


1 DT-000 LIST OF FILES MAINTAINED IN DEPT
2 DT-101 CONFERENCE/SEMINAR ORGANIZED
3 DT-102 DEPARTMENT MEETING FILE
4 DT-103 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
5 DT-104 JNTU APPROVALS
6 DT-105 JNTU LETTER/COMMUNICATION FILE
7 DT-106 TIME TABLE FILE
8 DT-107 DEPARTMENTAL CIRCULARS FILE
9 DT-108 GUEST LECTURES FILE
10 DT-109 FEE DUES FILE
11 DT-110 EXAMINATION SCHEDULE AND INVIGILATION
12 DT-111 AICTE/JNTU NORMS (FOR INSPECTION)
13 DT-112 DEPARTMENT REQUIREMENT FILE
14 DT-113 RESULTS ANALYSIS FILE
15 DT-114 OLD QUESTIONS FILE
16 DT-115 E-TEXT BOOKS
17 DT-116 COURSE FILES/LECTURE NOTES
18 DT-117 SYLLABUS COPY
19 DT-118 DEPARTMENT IMPROVEMENTS
20 DT-119 INTERNAL MARKS MID WISE
21 DT-120 INTERNAL MARKS CONSOLIDATED

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22 DT-121 DEPARTMENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT


23 DT-122 WORK SHOPS / CONFERENCE FACULTY AT-
TENDED
24 DT-123 SANCTION/APPROVALS FROM MANAGEMENT
25 DT-124 PROOF OF CIRCULAR/NOTICE DISPLAYED IN
NOTICE BOARD
26 DT-125 DEPARTMENT BUDGETS AND CONSUMPTION
27 DT-126 LIBRARY COMMUNICATIONS FILE
28 DT-127 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT FILE
29 DT-128 COMMITTEES AND COORDINATORS FILE
30 DT-129 DEPARTMENT LIBRARY
31 DT-130 REMEDIAL CLASSES
32 DT-131 NEWS LETTER FILE
33 SF-201 FACULTY PARTICULARS
34 SF-202 FACULTY BIO DATA (FOR SELECTION)
35 SF-203 FACULTY WORKLOAD
36 SF-204 FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS
37 SF-205 FACULTY FEEDBACK INFORMATION REPORTS
38 SF-206 FACULTY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AC-
TIVITY
39 SF-207 FACULTY WORK ADJUSTMENT FILE
40 SF-208 FACULTY LEAVE/BALANCE DETAILS
41 SF-209 NON TEACHING STAFF PARTICULARS
42 SF-210 FACULTY ACTIVITIES BEYOND SYLLABUS
43 SF-211 TEACHING SCHEDULES
44 SF-212 FACULTY DISCIPLINE & CONTROL MEASURES
45 SF-213 LESSON PLANS
46 SF-214 LEAVE/ODS APPROVED FORMS
47 SF-215 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP FILE
48 SF-216 FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
49 SF-217 F D P FILE
49 ST-301 STUDENT ATTENDANCE ACTUAL

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50 ST-302 STUDENTS PERSONAL DETAILS


51 ST-303 STUDENT FEEDBACK
52 ST-304 LAB INTERNAL MARKS
53 ST-305 STUDENT INDUSTRY VISIT
54 ST-306 PROJECT APPROVALS
55 ST-307 STUDENT COMPLAINTS
56 ST-308 STUDENT DISCIPLINE
57 ST-309 STUDENT READMISSION
58 ST-310 STUDENT DETAINED INFORMATION
59 ST-311 STUDENT SEMINAR
60 ST-312 STUDENT MAJOR PROJECT
61 ST-313 STUDENT CONFERENCE
62 ST-314 STUDENT HIGHER STUDIES FILE
63 ST-315 STUDENT PLACEMENT FILE
64 ST-316 STUDENT SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS FILE
65 ST-317 STUDENT SPECIAL CLASSES FILE
66 ST-318 STUDENT PAPER PRESENTATION FILE
67 ST-319 STUDENT MID MARKS FILE
68 ST-320 SYLLABUS COVERAGE
69 ST-321 MINI PROJECTS
70 ST-322 COMPREHENSIVE VIVA FILE
71 ST-323 LATERAL ENTRY STUDENTS FILE
72 ST-324 STUDENT APPLICATIONS FOR HOD APPROVAL
73 ST-325 PARENTS COMMUNICATION FILE
74 ST-326 MALPRACTICE FILE
75 ST-327 STUDENT NOMINAL FILE
76 ST-328 ALUMNI FILE
77 ST-329 B.TECH OLD QUESTION PAPER
78 ST-330 LAB EXPERIMENTS COVERAGE
79 ST-331 LAB CONSOLIDATED MARKS
80 ST-332 CONDONATION FILE
81 ST-333 ANTI RAGGING FILE

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82 ST-334 STUDENT INTERNSHIPS


83 ST-335 STUDENT CLUBS
84 ST-336 COUNSELING FILE
85 ST-337 STUDENT HALL TICKETS
84 LB-401 LABS MAINTENANCE FILE
85 LB-402 LABS EXPANSION FILE
86 LB-403 LABS REPLACEMENT FILE
87 LB-404 SOFTWARE AND LICENSE FILE
88 LB-405 LAB QUOTATION FILE
89 LB-406 LAB PURCHASE ORDER FILE
90 LB-407 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS FILE
91 LB-408 LAB CONSOLIDATED MANUAL
92 LB-409 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB
93 LB-410 THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB
94 LB-411 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY LAB
95 LB-412 CAD/CAM LAB
96 LB-413 INSTRUMENTATION LAB
97 LB-414 HEAT TRANSFER LAB
98 LB-415 M/C TOOLS & METROLOGY LAB
99 LB-416 FMHM LAB
100 MT-501 CAD/CAM SYLLABUS FILE
101 MT-502 CAD/CAM NOMINAL ROLLS
102 MT-503 CAD/CAM ACADEMIC SCHEDULES
103 MT-504 CAD/CAM MID MARKS FILE
104 MT-505 CAD/CAM LAB MARKS FILE
105 MT-506 CAD/CAM STUDENTS ATTENDANCE FILE
106 MT-507 CAD/CAM STUDENT PERSONAL DETAILS
107 MT-508 CAD/CAM PROJECT ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
FILE
108 MT-509 CAD/CAM SEMINAR FILE
109 MT-510 CAD/CAM PROJECT SUBMISSION FILE
110 MT-511 CAD/CAM LETTERS FROM JNTU

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111 MT-512 CAD/CAM FACULTY BIODATA FILE


112 MT-513 CAD/CAM FACULTY WORK LOAD FILE
113 MT-514 CAD/CAM TEACHING SCHEDULES
114 MT-515 CAD/CAM LESSON PLANS
115 MT-516 CAD/CAM ASSIGNMENTS FILE
116 MT-517 CAD/CAM PROJECT SUBMISSION FILE
117 MT-518 CAD/CAM OLD QUESTION PAPER
118 MT-519 CAD/CAM LAB1
119 MT-520 CAD/CAM LAB2
120 MT-521 CAD/CAM TIME TABLES
121 CF-601 ENGINEERING MECHANICS COURSE FILE
122 CF-602 ENGINEERING DRAWIN COURSE FILE
123 CF-603 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES COURSE FILE
124 CF-604 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS COURSE FILE
125 CF-605 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
COURSE FILE
126 CF-606 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS COURSE FILE
127 CF-607 THERMODYNAMICS COURSE FILE
128 CF-608 METALLURGY AND MATERIAL SCIENCE CORSE
FILE
129 CF-609 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY COURSE FILE
130 CF-610 KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY COURSE FILE
131 CF-611 THERMAL ENGINEERING I COURSE FILE
132 CF-612 MFHM COURSE FILE
133 CF-613 MACHINE DRAWING COURSE FILE
134 CF 614 MATHEMATICSII COURSE FILE
135 CF-615 MEFA COURSE FILE
136 CF-616 METROLOGY & S/F ENGINEERING COURSE FILE
137 CF-617 DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY COURSE FILE
138 CF-618 MACHINE TOOLS COURSE FILE
139 CF-619 DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS-I
140 CF-620 THERMAL ENGINEERING II

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141 CF-621 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING


142 CF-622 FINITE ELEMENT METHODS COURSE FILE
143 CF-623 REFRIGIRATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
COURSE FILE
144 CF-624 DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS-II COURSE FILE
145 CF-625 HEAT TRANSFER COURSE FILE
146 CF-626 HUMAN VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
COURSE FILE
147 CF-628 OPEREATIONS RESEARCH COURSE FILE
148 CF-629 POWER PLANT ENGINEERING COURSE FILE
149 CF-630 CAD/CAM COURSE FILE
150 CF-631 ICS COURSE FILE
151 CF-632 ROBOTICS COURSE FILE
152 CF-633 UCMP COURSE FILE
153 CF-634 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND COUNTROL
COURSE FILE
154 CF-635 PLMH COURSE FILE
155 CF-636 RENEEABLA ENERGY SOURCES COURSE FILE
156 RG-701 DEPARTMENT MEETING REGISTER
157 RG-702 STAFF LEAVE/OD REGISTER
158 RG-703 VISITORS REGISTER
159 RG-704 FILE MOVEMENT REGISTER

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Faculty Responsibilities

Responsibilities of H O D
1. Leading the Department for smooth running of development.

2. Setting strategies for the Department to move in right direction in academics


and administration in consultation with the College Management.

3. To be best spokesperson of the department and represent its interests.

4. liaison with other Heads of Departments, administration, accounts, examina-


tion department and others.

5. Proactively engaging with students in a professional manner

6. Striving for providing first class teaching facilities for all classes/courses run
by the department.

7. Actively engaging in developing education policies, research, etc.

8. To be an active part of the College academic body and fully participate in


associated meetings and to provide academic leadership

9. Allocate the subjects to the faculty members well in advance before com-
mencement of the semester/year.

10. Collect lesson plans from teaching staff before the commencement of class
work and ensure that the information provided is in accordance with the
format.

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11. Make sure that the time tables are prepared as per the guidelines given by
the principal and inform the faculty members and students at least one day
before the commencement of the class work.

12. Interact with students (Section wise) of their branch once in a fortnight,
identify the problems and find solutions in consultation with the principal.

13. Verify the student attendance registers maintained by the staff members once
a week and submit to the principal for verification once in a fortnight.

14. Instruct the faculty members to set the question papers as per instructions
from the principal and to maintain the confidentiality and also to evaluate the
scripts promptly to meet the dead line given by the principal. The evaluated
answer sheets along with award sheet filled by the concerned faculty member
has to be submitted to the exam section as per the schedule given. Softcopy
of the Mid Exams & Assignment test also to be submitted to the exam branch
as per schedule.

15. Observe the dress code among students and instruct the respective class
teachers to implement the dress code among the students.

16. Convene departmental staff meeting once in a week on the day allotted and
record the minutes of the meeting.

17. Collect the student feedback about the faculty members subject wise (for
all the subjects taught to the students of their branch) and communicate
the feed back to the concerned faculty members in the standard format as
decided by principal. Communicate a copy to the principal. If any subject is
handled by the other department faculty members, communicate one copy to
the respective HOD.

18. Guide the faculty members to improve their performance based on the
feedback and also monitor whether the faculty members are improving from
year/semester to year/semester.

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19. Advise the class teachers to prepare Master registers meant for posting
attendance and internal marks within one week after the commencement of
class work for the semester/year.

20. Communicate the attendance particulars and internal marks of students to


the concerned parents from time to time with the help of class teachers.

21. Counsel the students who are absent for the mid test or irregular to the class
work.

22. Form the student batches and allot the project guides as per guidelines given
by the principal.

23. Route all the correspondence through the office of the principal.

24. Designate faculty member who will be the Head I/c during his/her absence
and make sure that all files and records are available for Head in- charge.
Give contact telephone number to enable the authorities to consult them in
emergency when he/she is away from head quarters.

25. Allocate the students to the teacher-counselors in the beginning of the aca-
demic year.

26. Inform the concerned authorities of any important information of events


taking place in the Department from time to time.

27. Arrange special classes if necessary for the benefit of below average students.

28. Ensure academic discipline in the department.

29. Follow the guidelines / instructions given by the principal from time to time.

30. Maintain and update the files as listed in the Enclosure I

31. Make arrangements to lock and seal all the laboratories before leaving the
premises.

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32. Plan and conduct the BOS meeting regularly and prepare minutes of the
meeting. Also, communicate the minutes of the meeting to the members
concerned and also to the Principal.

33. Provide necessary inputs to the principal for conducting Academic Council /
GB Meeting

34. Allocation of academic and other duties effectively and equally among the
staff for smooth operation of the department

35. To actively participate in the recruitment of staff for the department

36. High standard of staff induction, reviewing staff progress and to ensure that
staff are given support and training as required.

37. Evaluating faculty on a regular and continuing basis in the areas of teaching,
research and service with appropriate recommendations for improvement.

38. Encouraging and facilitating professional development through discussion


of research ideas, funding sources motivating faculty to attend professional
meetings, conferences and workshops.

39. To enhance the reputation of the College through engagement in public life
and the dissemination of knowledge to a wider society.

40. To give due consideration to the status of Head of Department as a role


model for other members of staff in the pursuit of academic excellence

41. To facilitate conflict resolution within the department

42. To participate in various administrative duties

43. Other such duties as may be identified by the Principal from time to time

44. Providing appropriate opportunities for faculty to participate in department


affairs.

45. Providing a communication link between and among the faculty and the
other levels of administration.

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46. Communicating accurately about the institution policies with the department
faculty.

47. Acting as an intermediary between faculty and administration/management.

48. Maintaining personal professional competence in order to set a good example


for faculty in teaching and research.

49. Establishing effective working relationships with the non-academic portions


of the college in order to facilitate departmental operations .

Responsibilities of Dy HOD
1. Acting as HOD in times of absent/O D of HOD

2. Giving full support to HOD in all matters of administration and academics

3. Maintaining full confidentiality in department matters

4. Active involvement in all matters as detailed by HOD

II, III and IV B.Tech Attendance I/Cs


1. Responsible for monitoring of daily attendance postings done by the sub-
ject/lab faculty into the computer .

2. Follow-up for daily attendance report status.

3. Collecting attendance particulars from each faculty in consultation with


section in-charge.

4. Identification of deficiencies or lapses in attendance registers maintained by


faculty and taking necessary measures in correction of it.

5. Uploading attendance particulars in proper templates and sending to the


examination in time.

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6. Attendance percentage calculations as and when required and essentially at


end of the semester and preparing the student list for promotion, condonation
and detention.

7. Posting of attendance statements to parents as and when need arises.

8. Displaying the attendance statements fortnight, monthly and for semester in


notice boards.

9. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

10. Coordinating with other Dept. faculty dealing for Mechanical engineering
subjects MEFA/ES/OR/GS/EEE/IM/MS.

11. Monitoring for regularity and in time taking of classes by the faculty coming
from other departments such as H&S, EEE, CSE and ECE and also intimating
the concerned HOD for any issues of faculty such as absents/leaves etc.

12. Acting as a link between class I/C and faculty from other departments in
providing/getting all information about class work, examinations, attendance
registers, marks statements etc.

13. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

14. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

15. Files to be maintained

(a) Fortnight attendance file(actual)

Time Table In-charge


1. Preparation of updated faculty list consisting of name, address, qualifications,
specialization, experience contact nos. etc.

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2. faculty particulars including faculty profile consisting of address, photo, phone


nos etc.

3. Preparation of faculty profiles and maintaining of it.

4. Preparation of academic time tables at the beginning of the semester.

5. Immediate modifications as per the instructions from HOD/Dean/Principal


and faculty addition or deletion in particular.

6. Getting approval for every modified time table form HOD and Principal as
well as circulating to faculty, displaying in notice board and in class rooms.

7. Preparation of individual timetable and issuing to faculty.

8. Preparation of master time table.

9. Maintaining time table file.

10. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

11. Time table preparation for Lab internal and external lab examinations.

12. Preparing faculty list for invigilation of mid exams and end examination.

13. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

14. Faculty work loads of other departments

15. Files to be maintained

(a) Time Table file


(b) Faculty file
(c) Work load file

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Training and Placement (DTP) In-charge


1. Co-ordination with placement officer.

2. File maintenance of student particulars such as name, address, phone nos, of


all students of II, III and IV B.Tech.

3. Passing all communications regarding placement interviews to students in


time by displaying at notice boards, circulating in class rooms and mails /
calls as well as passing the same to all classes.

4. Preparation of student data in regard to percentage of marks, backlogs.

5. Maintaining placement record of earlier years.

6. Placement training fee intimations and making them to clear the same.

7. Maintaining attendance status reports for all training programs.

8. Preparation of placements date of the past three years at least with the
details of student name, address, company name and address, salary package,
terms and conditions etc.,

9. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

10. Maintaining the records of alumni students and organizing alumni meetings
taking a leading role.

11. Any other instructions received from HOD /Principal from time to time.

12. List of files to be maintained

(a) Student progress file


(b) Student backlogs file
(c) Student placement file.
(d) Alumni file

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Floor In-charge
1. Frequent monitoring of movements of students in the floor.

2. Recording of any damages in classes, labs, seminar halls for any damages
such as benches, tables, glasses or any property of the institution concerned
with the department.

3. Looking for facilities of the department such as requirement of faculty tables,


chairs, meeting the requirements for workshops, seminars, conferences etc.

4. Raising requirements through letters, approval from HOD, Principal and


follow up action in getting of the facilities.

5. Maintaining proper records for all the documents preparing under the control
of HOD.

6. Responsible for uploading works of all information to JNTU and AICTE in


coordination with Exam section and/or administrative office.

7. Passing communication to students and staff in concern with suspension of


classes due to bandh calls for example.

8. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

9. Files to be maintained

(a) Damage file


(b) Recovery file

Workshops, Seminars and Conferences I/C


1. Proper planning for conducting gust lectures/ seminars/workshops/ blood
donation camps/plantation programs/ awareness programs /adult and com-
munity awareness programs/ basic education and awareness programs in
schools/ adoption of village etc.

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2. Finding resource persons and follow up for guest lecturers/ seminars/ confer-
ences.

3. Raising funds by donations, budget approvals, and student and faculty


contributions.

4. Inviting resource personal and conducting programs.

5. Report preparation for all the events conducted.

6. Maintaining all documents for the events conducted.

7. Maintaining file of broachers received from different colleges regarding all


types of workshops, seminars, conferences etc.

8. Maintaining information concerned to faculty training programs available


from time to time at different institutions/colleges.

9. Collecting and maintaining consolidated information about department faculty


attended/presented/published information on different topics.

10. Motivation and guiding with proper information for the students and faculty
to participate in ongoing conferences etc. from time to time.

11. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

12. Permission/ leave approval is compulsory from workshops I/C for attending
outside programs. Attendance for students and leave approval for faculty for
workshops attending can only cleared form workshops I/C upon submission
of report along with Xerox copies of participation certificate.

13. Maintaining the record of special achievements, prizes, records in sports,


dance, karate for example.

14. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

15. List of files to be maintained

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(a) Workshops planed


(b) Workshops conducted
(c) Student awards/ participations/presentations/publication copies

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I/C - Academics
Monitoring of student attendance in classes.

Monitoring for syllabus coverage reports preparation, submission to HOD

Preparation of reports for syllabus coverage.

Follow up with the faculty in covering the syllabus in time.

Checking for day to day progress in lab conducting.

Checking for fortnight attendance, monthly and other with attendance in-
charge.

Checking for uploading for internal marks, lab marks etc.

Maintaining student undertaking forms in coordination with class in-charge.

Results of students reports preparation with the support of class in-charge

Intimation to parents regarding results and attendance.

Follow up for daily reports submission to HOD and Dean Academics.

Follow up for attendance registers signatures by HOD for every week end
and principal for every fortnight.

Display of attendance fort night and monthly on notice board with the
assistance of attendance in-charge.

Time table display on class and lab notice boards with the support of class
in-charge.

Planning for assignment and lab internal 16. Schedule preparation for external
lab examinations.

Insisting the faculty for maintaining effective course files as per NBA norms.

Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

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Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time. 20.
List of files to be maintained i. Internal marks file ii. Attendance file iii.
Feedback file

Monitoring of lab equipment

Lab manuals in all labs for proper quality and number

Maintenance of Labs

Cleaning of labs

Stock registers for all labs

Challan and Invoices for all equipment

Rising indents for labs and department.

Arranging facilities for conducting activities like workshops, seminars, guest


lecturers and conferences.

Maintenance and cleaning of labs.

Arranging department meetings

Arranging class coordinator student meetings

Planning for internal and external examinations and schedule preparations.

Notice board management.

Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

List of files to be maintained

1. Lab maintenance file


2. Department meeting file

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3. Student meeting file


4. Anti-raging file

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Projects I/C
1. Batch formations for both major and miniprojects.

2. Assignment of topic to the students.

3. Monitoring of progress of mini projects as well as main projects.

4. Conducting reviews for projects

5. Member participant in project review evaluation reports

6. Organizing seminars and preparation of award lists for the seminars given by
the students.

7. Coordination for internal evaluation of project.

8. Organizing industry tours.

9. Preparation of letters to companies, getting approvals from HOD/Principal


and sending to industries.

10. Maintaining contact information and status of approvals.

11. Record preparations for industry visits.

12. Documentation of industry tours.

13. Documentation concerned to mini projects

14. Documentation concerned to main projects

15. Collection of main and mini project copies and sending one copy to library

16. Sending one copy to department library.

17. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

18. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

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19. List of files to be maintained

(a) Industry visits


(b) Mini projects
(c) Main projects
(d) Progress file, etc.

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Library, Internet and Website I/C


1. Acting as librarian for department library

2. Maintaining stock register for books available in library

3. Maintaining issue register for the department library

4. Sending books requirements to the college library for new purchases

5. Coordinating with college librarian for all issues such as student library cards
etc.

6. Providing necessary facilities such as Xerox copies from the department


library.

7. Collection of specimen copies and entering in the department stock register

8. Collections of event news such as workshops, seminars, tech fests etc

9. Making the events to be uploaded in college web site by coordinating with


web site designer/consultant.

10. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

11. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

12. List of files to be maintained

(a) i. Stock register


(b) ii. Issue register, etc.

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Examination Coordinator
1. Collecting the question papers from faculty for mid examinations.

2. Sending mid question papers to the examination section.

3. Collecting hall tickets from the examination section.

4. Monitoring for mid examinations at department level.

5. Sorting answer scripts subject wise after the scripts received from the invigi-
lators.

6. Sending answer scripts, attendance sheet, nominal rolls back to the examina-
tion section

7. Dispatching answer scripts from examination section/department to the


concerned faculty.

8. Maintaining a record for answer scripts issues/ receipts from the faculty with
signatures.

9. Collecting marks list from the faculty.

10. Preparation of consolidated mid marks list.

11. Sending the mid marks to the examination section.

12. Working for preparation lab internal/external examination time tables at


appropriate time.

13. Looking for smooth conduct of lab internal and external examinations.

14. Collection of award lists from the department and sending them to the
examination section.

15. Collecting soft/hard copies of the old question papers and forwarding to the
faculty for making course file which also consists of previous question papers
of the subject concerned.

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16. Maintaining the confidentiality in all information while dealing with exami-
nation section.

17. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

18. Informing his leave/absent to the examination in-charge when and then and
maintain proper communication and relations with examination section.

19. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

20. List of files to be maintained

(a) Invigilators file


(b) Work load file, etc.

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Discipline and Anti-raging I/C


1. Looking for the students to come in proper dress code.

2. Looking for the students to come to the labs with shoes and aprons.

3. Strict control on raging.

4. Bringing awareness regarding consequences of involvement in raging

5. Display of anti-raging and discipline posters in the department walls, class


rooms and notice boards.

6. Taking the responsibility for discipline in special events such as seminars,


workshops, fests, college days and other functions.

7. Recording of all events related with indiscipline and raging.

8. Maintaining proper records for all the documents prepared and maintaining
them under the supervision of HOD.

9. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

10. List of files to be maintained

(a) Students complaints file


(b) Student grievances file
(c) Discipline file, etc.

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P.G I/C
1. Maintaining student data.

2. Maintenance of attendance registers

3. Preparation of mid question papers

4. Correction of mid papers.

5. Maintenance of records of mid marks subject wise for subject and labs.

6. Conducting external lab examinations in coordination with subject faculty


and by calling external examiner from other colleges as per the guidelines
prescribed by the university.

7. Display of exam schedules and intimation to students.

8. Display of internal mid marks and lab marks in the notice board.

9. Organizing M.Tech student seminars

10. Allocation of project titles

11. Recommendation of abstracts for approval from the Department.

12. Regular evaluation and follow up of projects

13. Intimation to students regarding exam schedules, fee payment dates, project
viva dates etc.

14. Lab maintenance records such as stock registers, manuals etc.

15. Inspection of projects for certification by HOD.

16. Coordinating with exam section in resolving student issues if any.

17. Maintaining the list of external examiners for project.

18. Sending necessary information in preparation of recommended list of examin-


ers.

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19. Arranging the facilities for conducting project viva by fixing the dates, inti-
mation to students, inviting the external examiner as per the orders received
from university.

20. Preparing the award report and sending it to the examination section.

21. List of files to be maintained

(a) Student address and communication file iii. Attendance file


(b) Student marks file
(c) Student pass file
(d) Projects file
(e) Seminars file, etc.

R&D I/C
1. Promotion of all activities in concern to publish papers from international
journals and conferences.

2. Assisting HOD in organizing lectures from experts and for writing papers.

3. Collecting and maintaining list of best journals for easy, quick, less cost/no
cost with high index

4. Collection and maintaining of all information regarding research grants.

5. Preparation of necessary documents and applying research grants from


AICTE/UGC.

6. Striving to establish research facilities in the college.

7. Sorting out the availability of lab equipment for doing research.

8. Working for establishment of collaborations with research labs like DRDL,


DRDO, BHEL, universities, reputed colleges, etc where research facilities are
available.

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9. List of files to be maintained

(a) R& D file


(b) Research grants file
(c) Collaborations file, etc.

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Student Counselor
1. Maintaining the student list consists of student name, roll no, father name,
address, phone nos.

2. Maintaining the student performance report consists of list of backlogs; marks


procure in each subject, percentage, etc.

3. Maintaining of counseling records consists of student counseling reports,


under takings from students, parent communications, etc.

4. Seeking undertaking letters from students of poor performance in attendance,


exams, discipline etc.

5. Student absent intimation to parents for every absent day and making record
of all intimations.

6. Maintaining guardian like relations in resolving any issues of students allotted


to the counselor.

7. Bringing awareness of anti-raging, discipline among students and consequences


if involved in raging, fights, teasing and unhealthy behavior with girl students
etc.

8. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

9. List of files to be maintained

(a) List of students, addresses


(b) Communications, backlogs file etc.

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Lab Faculty
1. Rising indents for the materials for performing all experiments as per the
university.

2. Optimal usage machinery and materials.

3. Maintaining of stock register, consumables, invoice and Challans.

4. Maintaining sufficient number of lab manuals.

5. Both main lab faculty and supporting faculty should always be available in
the lab.

6. Keeping the instruments and machinery in good working condition.

7. Malfunction/non-function of machinery/ instrument should be rectified or


get it repaired by calling experts from outside.

8. Accountable for lab equipment and instruments.

9. Any damage to machinery or instruments should bring to the notice of HOD


immediately.

10. If damage is due to the negligence of student, it is to be fined, collected and


deposited in the accounts.

11. Faculty should be familiar with all experiments in demonstration and experi-
menting.

12. Regular checking of observations of all students.

13. Insisting the students to write record as and when the experiment is completed.

14. Codification of all equipment and instruments and maintaining the record of
all of these available in the Lab.

15. The opening and locking of the lab at the end of the day is the sole responsibil-
ity of the concerned lab incharge and has to get it done by passing necessary
instructions to lab technician in accomplishing the task.

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16. Any equipment set out from the lab with the permission of HOD for any
repair or for use in other departments etc. should be recorded in the material
movement register and should be insisted for getting back as early as possible
for the use in department.

17. List of files to be maintained

(a) Stock registers


(b) Invoice file
(c) Requirements file
(d) Equipment damage and recovery file, etc.

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Class In-charge
Collecting the latest personal details of all students including communication
address, phone nos, email address, parent phone nos, etc., within two days
from the commencement of semester classes.

Checking for the availability of faculty for all 7 periods of a day in the morning
itself and reminding the faculty for taking the class.

Maintaining contact numbers of the faculty of the section for which he is


class in-charge.

Conforming of class engagement of the faculty who given willingness as


substitute for the faculty on leave.

Monitoring of all classes for smooth running from morning to evening.

Looking for filling the attendance and topic covered particulars soon after
the period is over.

Motivating the faculty for preparing and for the use of efficient course files as
per NBA norms.

Providing necessary student details to all student counselors of that class.

Assisting the counselors and monitoring for intimation of attendance status,


marks and any other issues to parents.

Maintaining of student file consisting of all particulars of students such as roll


no, father name, phone no of student, phone no of parent, contact address,
email address etc.

Safeguarding of class room facilities such as windows, doors, projector, CPU


for example by regular monitoring.

Time table display on class and lab notice boards with the support of class
in-charge.

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Student issues if any, receiving the complaints, asserting for solution and if
not, forwarding with necessary remarks to the HOD for appropriate action.

Frequent interaction with the class student representative and maintaining


contact details of him.

Regular recording of all communications to parents concerned with attendance,


marks and other issues in parent intimation register.

Bringing to the notice of HOD for any requirements of the class and follow
up in getting the same.

Suitable planning for seminars and tutorial classes with the assistance of class
faculty and to see that every class, seminar, tutorial is properly engaged.

Bringing to notice of faculty for preparation of mid question papers in time.

Monitoring for submission for submission for mid question papers in time.

Monitoring for timely submission of assignments from students, proper evalu-


ation for assignments, marks entry in attendance register as well as in award
list.

Follow up for mid examination schedules, mid examinations, lab examinations,


paper corrections, awarding of marks and submission in examination section.

Coordinating with attendance in-charge in providing immediate informa-


tion for fortnight attendance and supporting in sending the same to the
examination section in time.

Coordinating with P&T coordinator of the department in providing immediate


information regarding any information of the students like nominal rolls,
contact information etc.

Getting the signature of HOD in daily report as well as in parent information


register.

All the documents prepared for the class should be properly maintained with
the knowledge of HOD.

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Preparation of mid marks reports and sending it to the examination section


with the association of examination I/C.

Syllabus coverage reports preparation and remedial methods.

Looking for student disciplines; formal dress, timely coming etc.

Collection of documents from each faculty such as attendance register, course


files etc. at the end of the semester and completing for all formalities and
then handing over it to HOD for proper storage.

Preparation of student class performance report after the results is declared


with the information of total pass, no of back logs, percentage.

Student feedback report generation and analysis.

Class I/C can recommend students to participate in conferences, workshops,


seminars etc and make a list of them for attending and attendance may be get
it approved from HOD upon submission of proof of permission, attendance,
submission of Xerox copies of certificates.

Student should inform his planned absent to the class in-charge and get
permission from the HOD. Though attendance may not be granted for absent,
it is essential to inform class teacher/in-charge.

For internship training, student approaches the class teacher for assistance.
Class I/C has to guide the student in getting approvals from the department.

For mini projects, generally permissions are not granted but in special cases,
based on the topic specialty, department head may grant permission based
on the recommendations of the class teacher.

For attending workshops, seminars,conferences etc, student has to bring


application through class teacher for permission from the HOD. For such
prior permissions attendance will be given for the period upon submission of
the xerox copy of the certificate to the class teacher.

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For participating in sports and other competitive events students must bring
acceptance letter from the physical director for granting permissions and for
attendance upon submission of the certificate copy.

Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

Files to be maintained

Student nominal roles


Student communication and address file
Daily reports
Student permissions
Absent intimation reports, etc.

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Guidelines for Faculty

The faculty of Mechanical Engineering are advised to strictly adhere to the following
guidelines for effective teaching, administration and progress of the department.

Teaching
1. Course file of previous semester/year (if you are applicable) should be handed
over to the department before commencement of the present semester/year
classwork.

2. The Faculty Member should make himself / herself presentable.

3. The Faculty Member should show no partiality to any segment / individual


student.

4. Attendance registers of previous semester/year should be handed over to the


department before commencement of classwork.

5. Once the subject is allotted the Faculty Member should prepare the lecture
hour wise lesson plan as per the time table.

6. The Faculty Member should get the lesson plan and course file - approved by
HOD and Principal before the commencement of the classwork.

7. The course file consists of preface, previous year university question papers,
notes, hand outs, OHP sheets, test/exam question papers, two model answer
scripts for each test/exam, Assignments (if any), minute paper, feed back
analysis report etc.

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8. Work load should never be less than the prescribed and brought to the notice
of HOD for adequate workload.

9. Involve your students in your teaching. Ask for feedback.

10. The Faculty Member must strive to prepare himself/ herself academically to
meet all the challenges and requirements in the methodology of teaching so
that the input may be useful for the student community at large.

11. Every Faculty Member is expected to extend his/her beneficial influence in


building up the personality of students.

12. In problem oriented subject, regular tutorials have to be conducted. The


Tutorial problems have to be handed over to the students at least in week in
advance of actual class.

13. The Faculty Member should make himself/ herself available for doubt clear-
ance.

14. The Faculty Member should motivate the students and bring out the creativity
/ originality in the students.

15. The Faculty Member going for laboratory class must explain the experiments
personally and be satisfied with the results before asking the students to
conduct the experiments.

16. Whenever possible, additional experiments to clarify or enlighten the students


must be given.

17. The lab observations/records must be corrected then and there or at least by
next class.

18. Should maintain contact numbers of all faculty and contact the concerned
next faculty for delay if any and then only hand over the class to class I/C.

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Professional Progress
1. The Faculty member should regularly visit library and read the latest jour-
nals / magazines in his / her specialty and keep oneself abreast of latest
advancements.

2. Faculty Members should attempt to publish text books, research papers in


reputed International / Indian Journals / Conferences.

3. Should always work for improving API score by writing papers and attending
conferences, workshops, etc.

4. Every Faculty Member must present seminar on his allotted subject as well
as in interested fields frequently to the department faculty.

5. For performance evaluation of a faculty, teaching performance in the class/lab


is considered for 50% and 50% for his involvement in building the department
and its progress.

Attendance
1. Faculty He has to submit attendance register of the previous semester com-
pleted in all aspects for student attendance, I Mid marks, II mid marks,
consolidated mid marks , Lab internal marks for lab subjects before getting
the subject alloted for the current semester.

2. No addition of readmission students without approval letter from exam


section/principal/ administrative office/HOD.

3. Student attendance should never be taken in slips.

4. Every Faculty Member should maintain students attendance records and the
absentees roll number should be noted everyday in the daily report register
maintained in the Department as soon as the classes/laboratory hours are
over.

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5. Up to date maintenance of attendance register and should be ready for


inspection at any time.

6. Maintaining the attendance register up to date, completed with course plan,


classes held, syllabus coverage, internal marks and also record of classes not
held wit reasons.

7. Name list in the attendance register should only be as per the roll list received
from the examination section.

8. Taking student attendance in attendance register in the same class itself.

Followup of Instructions
1. Following the instructions of class i/c and maintaining cordial relations for
smooth engagement of classes.

2. Any other instructions received from HOD/Principal from time to time.

3. Proper handover of responsibilities upon resignation and for reliving from


services.

Examinations
1. Faculty appointed for observer/ examiner on JNTU/Principal orders must
be brought to the notice of HOD and prior permission should be obtained
by handover of the academic responsibilities to other concerned faculty and
approval for the same from HOD.

2. Attending for all invigilation duties and necessary support for smooth conduct
of all examinations.

3. The invigilation/examination duty is the priority one than that of class work
if it clashes.

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4. Collection and correction of mid papers within three days from the day of
exam.

5. Showing answer scripts to the students and correction if any for the students
for their better performance.

6. Submission of corrected answer scripts to the examination section after proper


entry of marks.

7. Correction of answer scripts in time by strictly following prescribed guide


lines of the institution and/ or university.

8. Proper evaluation and posting marks in the attendance register and in the
standard format prescribed for it.

9. Submission of mid question papers well in advance.

Marks
1. The Faculty Member should always aim for 100% pass results in his / her
subjects and work accordingly.

2. Answer scripts of previous mid/lab should be submitted before commencement


of classwork.

3. Question paper standard should be made in such a way that 60% of class
should be in a position to score 60% marks.

4. The evaluation of answer scripts for mid and lab examinations should such
that the average mark of the class should not be less than 60%. If not the
department may sought for explanation from the concerned faculty.

5. Submission of award list for theory and labs to the examination section in
association with Attendance and Marks I/C.

6. The award list prepared within three days of exam should show to the
HOD/Director/Dean for approval and submit the same to the examination
section

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7. One copy of award list must be filed in the department.

8. Result analysis report should be prepared for the subject(s) taught, once the
results are declared.

9. The class I/C must update the students personal file regularly and put up
for inspection by HOD/Principal as the case may be.

Class Maintenance
1. Timely presence in the class with attendance register, course file, chalk, duster
and other teaching aids.

2. Maintain eye contact and move toward your students as you interact with
them. Nod your head to show that you are listening to them.

3. Provide opportunities for students to speak to the class.

4. Be available before class starts, during break, and after class to visit with
students.

5. The Faculty Member should make use of OHP, Models etc., as teaching aids.

6. The Faculty Member should encourage students asking doubts / questions.

7. The Faculty Member should get the feed back from students and act / adjust
the teaching methodology appropriately.

8. The Faculty Member should take care of academically poor students and pay
special attention to their needs in special classes.

9. Return assignments and tests to students as soon as reasonably possible.


Provide constructive feedback.

10. If anybody enters late, the student may be permitted to attend the class but
marked absent. In case of repeaters or habitual late-comers the teacher should
try to correct the student through personal counseling and if it does not being
any change the student must be directed to meet the class coordinator, HOD.

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11. The Faculty Member should interact with the class coordinator or counselor
and inform him / her about the habitual absentees, academically backward
student, objectionable behavior etc.

12. The Faculty Member should act with tact and deal with insubordination by
students maturely.

13. The Faculty Member should be strict but not harsh. Never use harsh words,
which would hurt the feeling of students.

14. The faculty member should be very fair and impartial in awarding of internal
marks to students or in selecting the outstanding students of the department
/ college and on similar occasions, it should be done strictly as per the
prescribed norms. It should not have any bearing with region, language,
religion, caste, status of parents, personal relations, etc.

15. Be consistent in your treatment of students. Make sure that your exams are
current, valid, and reliable. Tie your assessment to your course objectives.

16. Vary your instructional strategies; use lectures, demonstrations, discussions,


case studies, groups, and more.

17. Review the learning objectives with your students. Be sure students know
what they are expected to learn, do, know, etc.

18. Move around the room as you teach.

19. Make your classes relevant. Be sure students see how the content relates to
them and the world around them.

20. Be expressive. Smile.

21. Put some excitement into your speech; vary your pitch, volume and rate.

22. Give lots of examples.

23. Encourage students to share their ideas and comments, even if they are
incorrect. Youll never know what students dont understand unless you ask
them.

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24. Know your students names and use their names as often as possible.

25. Plan for every class; never try to wing it.

26. Pay attention to the strengths and limitations of each of your students.
Reward their strengths and strengthen their weaknesses.

27. Not to carry cell phone into the class

28. Talking on cell phone in the class will be considered as very serious issue and
initiated for necessary disciplinary action.

29. Carrying latest time table copy in his pocket.

30. Not to teach directly from text book and should always carry his well prepared
notes/course file to use in the class.

31. Engaging the class effectively for the full period.

32. The Faculty Member initially recapture for first 5 minutes the lessons of the
last lecture, tell what is going to learn in another 2 minutes, then explain
the lecture well up to 40 minutes and in the last 3 minutes conclude and say
what we will see in the next class.

33. The Faculty of Member should cultivate to include humour in the lecture, to
break the monotony.

34. Shouldnt leave the class without handing over the responsibility to either
next faculty or class I/C.

35. Should practice/rehearse the lecture well before going to the class.

Discipline
1. Groupism of any kind should be absolutely avoided. Faculty Members found
indulging in such activities will be subject to discipline proceedings.

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2. Maintaining cordial relations with faculty of the department and other de-
partments.

3. Faculty should be either in the class, Lab or in his allotted chair for student
accessibility. He should not leave to other places in college hours except lunch
period without the knowledge of HOD.

4. Faculty should be available a couple of minutes before the starting of assigned


period.

5. Strictly restricted of coming to the college wearing T shirts and jeans paint.
Wearing formal dress with shoes and tucked in shirt is recommended.

6. Wearing the ID card all the time in the college is essential.

7. Faculty should never enquire about the performance of other faculty with
the students.

8. The teaching load will be allotted by the HOD after taking into account the
faculty Member interests and faculty shouldnt question HOD or other in
teaching load allotment.

9. Faculty among themselves or with students in group should not make long
talk in the corridors while blocking it.

10. Faculty are expected to follow the rules and regulations of the Institution as
prevalent from time to time.

11. Faculty should not use staff room/cabin for playing songs, videos and for
slumbering. If it found, recommend for necessary disciplinary action.

12. Maintaining cordial relations with faculty of the department and other de-
partments.

13. Faculty should be either in the class, Lab or in his allotted chair for student
accessibility. He should not leave to other places in college hours except lunch
period without the knowledge of HOD.

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14. Going to the canteen is only when you are free or for relaxation due to overload
but not at the cost of class/lab or assigned work by the HOD/Principal.

15. Internet should only be used for limited period for urgent mails or for referring
useful technical information.

16. Computer system/internet should not be used for entertainment like movies,
face books for example. If it is noticed can be recommended for appropriate
action.

17. Faculty should never incline towards cast, community, creed and sex of student
in assessment and awarding of mark.

18. Faculty should not enter into disrespectable nature like quarrels or fights
with students or co-faculty.

19. Everyday morning, the Faculty should be available in the Department at


least 5 minutes before the commencement of classes and should leave the the
Department not earlier than 10 minutes of the closer time of the college.

20. Signing in the attendance register maintained in the department soon after
coming in the morning as well as before leaving the college at closure without
fail.

21. The Faculty Member should always first interact with HOD and get the
days assignment and get the HOD in confidence about his professional and
academic activities in the Department.

22. Proper respect towards lady faculty is essential in the department.

Office Maintenance
1. No faculty should shift chairs, tables or other furniture from one lab to another
lab without the knowledge and necessary permission from the HOD/Principal.

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2. Effective power usage by switching off immediately fans and lights noticed
running unnecessarily in the premises, class rooms, labs, staff rooms for
example.

3. Proper maintenance of your seating chair, table, stationary, desks, racks,


computer system etc.

4. Proper rearrangement of furniture in staff room, HOD cabin leaving from it.

5. Effective and minimum usage of all types of stationary for preserving the
natural resources.

Leave
1. Whenever a Faculty Member intends to take leave, the Faculty Member should
get the leave sanctioned in advance and with proper alternate arrangements
made for class / lab / invigilation. In case of emergency, the HOD or the next
senior faculty must be informed with appropriate alternate arrangements
suggested.

2. Proper intimation and approval for any absents from invigilation duties from
examination I/C

3. All leaves should be applied well in advance and get it approved from both
HOD and Principal.

4. The faculty on leave has to see that his classes are engaged by the alternative
faculty signed and for any mis-communication and for not engaged the class
is sole responsibility of the faculty on leave.

5. Monthly one/two leave permitions on phone may be considered and if not


recommended for LOP along with issue of so-cause letter for explanation.

6. JNTU orders received from examination section for paper valuation if any,
should brought to the notice of HOD and permission only granted from the
department after class work is properly adjusted by necessary alternative
arrangement.

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Department activities
1. In addition to the teaching, the Faculty Member should take additional respon-
sibilities as assigned by HOD / Principal in academic, administrative/research/co-
curricular or extra curricular activities.

2. Willing to take responsibility to work as coordinator for department/institution


works as per the instructions from HOD/principal.

3. Performing of other responsibility in addition to teaching; examination coor-


dinator or placement coordinator or any other for example.

Extra curricular activities


1. Working for organizing symposium and conferences in order to demonstrate
state-of-the-art-technologies in his interesting/specialized areas.

2. Should involve actively in organizing all types of workshops, seminars, confer-


ences etc.

3. The faculty must associate himself/herself actively with extra-curricular


activities which he / she is interested in or assigned to him/her from time to
time.

PLEDZ FOR MY INSTITUTION


1. I deem it my bounden duty to release this college calendar for the academic
year 2014-15 in view of the needs of the students and the staff and in order
to create awareness among them about the academic schedule.

2. It is my sincere intension to inculcate discipline and time sense among the


students besides maintaining the decorum of this prestigious institution
through a practical approach.

3. The students are instructed to go through the schedule scrupulously and to


reap the benefits of the same.

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FACULTY NAME:....................... SIGNATURE:.....................

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Mid/Internal Paper Evaluation


1. Must receive question paper and key from the examination section/class
incharge/HOD

2. Every page of the answer script should be corrected and marks should be
awarded to each answer

3. Total marks should be reflected in the main page of the answer booklet

4. Consolidate marks sheet should be prepared for all the students

5. Answer scripts must be shown to the students and necessary corrections for
errors/omissions should be made before preparation of consolidated marks
statement

6. Absent student should be marked as absent in red

7. Marks statement should be get it approved by HOD before sending to the


department internal examination I/C .

8. HOD approved marks only to be posted in attendance register

9. No change or re examination without the permission of HOD/Principal

10. Marks statement soft/hard copy should be sent to Department internal


examination in-charge for making consolidated marks sheet for all subjects
of the class/semester.

11. Same procedure to be followed for all tests

12. Average/final awarded marks (all mids put together) should be reflected in
the attendance register.

13. Answer scripts should be packed as per the roll no indicating the subject
name, year, section, and department clearly.

14. packed answer scripts should be handed over to the class I/C or HOD or
Examination section upon requesting.

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0.40 Invigilator Duties


1. Faculty members drafted for invigilation duty shall report at the exam section
at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the exam. In case faculty
members going on leave, they shall make alternative arrangement with the
approval of their HOD and the same may be informed to the exam section
well in advance.

2. As soon as they report at the exam section, they shall synchronize to the time
indicated by clock of the exam section, or note the time difference between
the two, and shall follow their watches for implementing the time schedule in
the exam hall regarding the issuing of question papers, collection of answer
scripts, allowing the candidates to enter or leave the exam hall, announcing
the remaining duration of the exam, etc. This is particularly important to
maintain uniform and consistent time pattern in all the exam halls whenever
there is power failure and the siren is not working, or even when power is
there but the office assistant has erred in giving time bells.

3. Before proceeding to the exam hall, invigilators shall verify the material
handed over to them such as main answer books, question papers in case
of midterm examinations, seating arrangement sheet etc., and bring to the
notice of the exams in-charge the discrepancies, if any, immediately.

4. Single answer book containing 24 pages for midterm exams & 36 pages for
end exams shall be supplied to the candidates. No additional answer books
shall be supplied.

5. After receiving the stationery the invigilators are asked to go to the allotted
exam halls only, and are instructed not to go anywhere else.

6. Students are allowed into halls 15 minutes before the commencement of


examinations. No grace period for entering the examination hall during both
the midterm and end exams.

7. Invigilators shall verify the identity of the candidates by checking the hall
ticket containing photo and also the identity card in the case of End Exami-

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nations and the identity card in the case of midterm seats meant for them as
per the seating arrangement, before issuing the question paper.

8. Candidates shall not be allowed to carry note books, text books, cell phones or
any other unsolicited material that is likely to be used by them for malpractice.

9. Candidates shall also not be allowed to use any data books / code books /
charts/ etc, of their own. The required material will be supplied by the exam
section.

10. If there is any shortage of material, then the exam section will issue necessary
instruction to the invigilators in this regard.

11. Invigilators shall not allow the candidates with cell phones to the exam halls
and also shall not keep the cell phones of the candidates with them for safe
custody.

12. Invigilators are prohibited from carrying mobile phones to the exam halls.

13. Invigilators shall ensure that candidates have entered their Registered (Regd.)
numbers and the code number of the question paper correctly in the answer
books and they are not altered subsequently.

14. Any correction in the Regd. number in the case of midterm exams is attested
by the invigilator.

15. Any correction in the Regd. in the case of end exams is to be attested by the
chief superintendent (CS).

16. The student should not write their Regd. No./Hall Ticket No., anywhere else
except in the space provided for on the main answer book.

17. The students may be instructed not to write anything other than their Regd.
No in their question papers

18. No candidate shall be allowed to enter the exam hall under any circumstances
after the commencement of the midterm / end semester exam.

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19. Invigilator has to obtain signatures of the candidate in the attendance sheet
and ensure that in the attendance sheet, the candidate has correctly written
the answer book serial number issued to him.

20. The attendance statement shall be prepared immediately after the expiry of
15 min. after the commencement of midterm / end exam and while filling
the attendance statement invigilators shall furnish all the details.

21. Use separate absentee statements for each Year, Branch and Scheme and the
details may be obtained from seating arrangement plan.

22. Invigilators shall handover the attendance statement, the unused main answer
books and unused question papers to the person who come to the exam hall
to collect them.

23. During the midterm exams, if a candidate raises any doubt regarding the
question paper, the invigilator, shall report the matter to the exams in
charge through the assistant/ water boy and shall advise the candidate to
attempt other questions in the mean while.

24. Exam section shall obtain the necessary clarifications from the manuscript of
the paper setter available with exam section / paper setter / HOD concerned
and request the paper setter / exams in-charge to announce the clarifications
in all the halls.

25. During the End exams no candidate shall be entertained by the invigilators
regarding clarifications on question paper.

26. When they seek any clarification, they shall be instructed to bring the matter
to the notice of the faculty/ HOD concerned after the examination is over.

27. When an invigilator suspects malpractice by any candidate, the material in the
possession of the candidate and the answer script shall be confiscated and the
matter reported to the Controller Of Examinations (COE)/ examsin-charge/
Principal.

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28. The invigilator shall obtain a statement from candidate and submit the same
along with his /her own report on the incident to the COE/ Principal.

29. If the candidate refuses to give a statement, the same is allowed to leave the
exam hall only after the permission by the COE/ Principal/ exams-in-charge.

30. Candidates are not normally allowed to the rest rooms during the exam.
However, in cases of urgency, a water boy may be asked to accompany the
candidate.

31. Invigilators themselves shall not leave the exam hall during exam

32. To avoid temptation on the part of the candidates for mutual consultations,
Invigilators shall not remain at one place and shall make as many rounds in
the exam hall as possible.

33. Invigilators shall not bring newspapers, magazines or text books and cell
phone to the exam hall and shall not enter into consultations/conversations
with co invigilators during the exam.

34. Invigilators shall be prompt in supplying graph sheets, codebooks, etc., to


the candidates.

35. After entering the exam hall and receiving the question paper, no candidate
shall be allowed to leave the exam hall till the expiry of the allotted time/
last half-an-hour of the exam.

36. Candidates shall be allowed to carry the question paper with them only when
they are leaving the exam hall in the last half-an-hour.

37. If they are leaving earlier (but not before the expiry of half the allotted time
) they shall be asked to leave the question paper with the invigilator, after
writing their regd. No on it, and to collect the same at the exam section after
the exam is over.

38. Candidates shall be asked to keep their main answer book and graph/drawing
sheets in proper order and to tie them up 5 minutes before the end of the
exam.

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39. Invigilators shall affix their signatures in the space provided only on the first
page of the main answer book / books (in case two main answer books are
used separately for Part-A and Part-B) in both midterm and End exams,
certifying the correct entry of i. Registered number ii. Question paper code
number (in case of end exam only) iii. Part of the Paper (i.e. Part-A or
Part-B)

40. Invigilator shall collect the answer scripts from all the candidates present
in the hall immediately after the final bell is rung and shall arrange them
in proper order that tallies with the attendance statement prepared by the
invigilator.

41. Invigilators shall bring the bundle of answer scripts, unused graph sheets,
etc., and the question papers left behind by the candidates leaving the hall
early and hand them over in the exam section within 10 minutes of the end
of the exam.

42. Invigilators shall leave the exam branch only when they are cleared by the
exam section and they have to collect heir remuneration immediately after
the examination is over.

43. Faculty members not related with exam work in any capacity shall not enter
the exam halls.

44. If data books / graph sheets / drawing sheets are not brought to the exam
hall in time the same may be informed to the Chief Superintendent/Exam
section in-charge immediately.

45. Invigilators are not to utilize the services of the water boys for works, other
than the work related to the examination, during the exam hours

46. If there is any specific complaint against the water boys, invigilators are
requested to bring it to the notice of Chief Superintendent / Principal
immediately

47. Faculty members shall realize that the examination work is a part and parcel
of their academic work and they shall attend to it with utmost sincerity.

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0.41 PG Programme Coordinator


Major Responsibilities of department PG Coordinator

1. Coordinates the academic activities of the Post Graduate Program in Machine


Design

2. Monitor the course delivery and make suggestions for improvement.

3. Ensure the progress of the course delivery according to the lesson plan &
course handouts

4. Ensure proper mentoring system for PG students by coordinating the staff


advisors of various PG classes

5. Conduct the internal examinations and finalize the internal marks.

6. Ensure the quality of the Masters Thesis work and manuscripts extracted
from the thesis are published in journals and conferences.

7. Conduct the bi-weekly meeting of the Post Graduate students and discuss
the academic progress.

8. Ensure the adherence to the PG academic calendar.

9. Coordinate the preparation and communication of the project proposals


formulated by the students & the respective guides for external funding.

10. Delegate the project advisory ship and guarantee the timely completion
of the project/thesis work. Attend the PG cluster meeting and provide
appropriate direction to the PG course coordinators and thesis guides based
on the decisions taken in the meeting.

11. Attend the college level PG coordinators meeting by representing the depart-
ment and make suggestions for improvement in PG academic curriculum.

12. Provide adequate and appropriate direction to the faculty members handling
classes for PG in line with institute policy.

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13. Ensure the required technical quality of the PG academic program by adopting
the necessary measures and taking judicious decisions.

14. Any other PG program related responsibility entrusted by the HOD from
time to time

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Class Advisory System

Each class is assigned with a Chief Staff Advisor (CSA) or Teacher in Charge. To
give individual attention and help the students in matter of personal and academic
importance, a class of 60 is again divided into three equal groups of 20 each under
a Staff Advisor. The students can seek for both personal and academic advices
of Staff Advisors. Besides, two students are elected as the class representatives.
Major responsibilities of Chief Staff Advisor (CSA) are:

1. Co-ordination of the staff advisors for maintaining the accreditation-related


files.

2. Consolidation of fortnightly attendance and publishing the same.

3. Reporting the activities and progress of the class to the respective Head of
the Department.

4. Intimating the parents about the result of Series Examinations, University


Examinations, PTA meetings etc.

5. Class monitoring, in order to get the feedback from the students regarding
the various subjects taught during the semester.

6. Should monitor and consolidate the duty leaves for internal programme and
forward the same to the Vice Principal / Principal.

7. Convene the meeting of staff advisors and reporting to Head of Department.

8. Conduct class committee meetings / course committee meetings of the class

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9. Any other academic responsibilities entrusted by the Principal/ HOD from


time to time.

Major responsibilities of Staff Advisor (SA) are:

1. A friend, philosopher and advisor to the student.

2. Meeting the student once in a fortnight at least in normal circumstances.

3. Interaction with parents on academic and non-academic matters pertaining


to the students in his/her group.

4. Ensuring the attendance of the student in class and general and total behavior
including adherence to the dress code.

5. Grievance redressal of the students.

6. Maintenance of the student profile, which include the progress of the student
since his/her inception in the first year.

7. Reporting to the Head of the Department in the fortnightly appraisal form for
the first and second half of the month, through the CSA & Chief Coordinator
(Staff Advisory System).

8. Motivating the students for co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

9. Identifying the strength and weakness of students and timely action for special
attention can be suggested to the Head of the Department.

10. Should update the attendance and marks in the website.

11. Any other student mentoring related duties assigned by the CSA with regard
to the mentees under the SA.

0.42 Course Structure


1. Engineering Mechanics

2. Engineering Drawing

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3. Engineering Workshop

4. Thermodynamics

5. Mechanics of Solids

6. Machine Drawing

7. Material Science & Metallurgy

8. Mechanics of Solids Lab

9. Material Science Lab

10. Thermal Engineering Lab

11. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic MACHINERY

12. Manufacturing Technology

13. Manufacturing Technology Lab

14. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic MACHINERY LAB

15. Internal Combustion Engines Lab

16. Thermal Engineering

17. Design of Machine Elements-I

18. Dynamics of Machinery

19. Mechanical Measurements

20. Machine Tools

21. Thermal Engineering Lab

22. Dynamics & Instrumentation Lab

23. Computer Aided Drafting Lab

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24. Industrial Management

25. Heat Transfer

26. Engineering Metrology

27. Design of Machine Elements-II

28. Tool Design

29. Finite Element Methods

30. Metrology & Machine Tools Lab

31. Heat Transfer Lab

32. Parametric Modeling-I Lab

33. CAD/CAM

34. Operations Research

35. Automobile Engineering

36. Composite Materials

37. CAD/CAM

38. Operations Research

39. Automobile Engineering

40. Composite Materials

41. Power Plant Engineering

42. Computational Fluid Dynamics

43. Nanotechnology

44. Micro Electro Mechanical Systems

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45. Non Conventional Energy Sources

46. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

47. Robotics

48. Modeling & Analysis

49. Modern Manufacturing Methods

50. Entrepreneurship

51. Hydraulic & Pneumatic Control

52. Production & Operations Management

53. Automation in Manufacturing

54. Mechanical Vibrations

55. Seminar

56. Core Comprehensive Viva Voce

57. Project Work

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Mechanical Engineering Career
Prospects

It is necessary for one to decide their career. Now that you have entered into
B.Tech. So, now you have to start looking into your future either to go for job or
study.

0.43 Job industry


Mechanical engineering is the oldest core branch, along with civil department, and
its applications are evident in all the engineering sectors. Basically, any non-living
moving thing falls into the mechanical department category. Hence, the requirement
for mechanical engineers is high, which provides excellent career prospects for these
graduates.

0.43.1 Automobiles
There are various kinds of automobiles, and all of them have engines, gear boxes,
wheels and axles, and other moving parts. They should be designed, manufactured
and maintained according to the requirement by the mechanical engineers. Due to
the overwhelming requirement of the automobiles, the mechanical graduates have
incredible job offerings in the respective companies.

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0.43.2 Aeronautical and Speace Research Sectors


Mechanical engineers are required for creating the aircrafts and spaceships, and
working in these sectors provides them with high paying and highly respected job
roles.

0.43.3 Medical Sector


The various artificial supporting body parts, like hands, legs, etc, are made with
the assistance of the mechanical engineers. Also, constructing different types of
medical equipment needs the inputs of these graduates.

0.43.4 Manufacturing Sector


The manufacturing sector needs different types of machines to carry out various
processes. These machines should be created and serviced by the mechanical
engineers. The requirement is quite huge in this sector, which provides the graduates
with huge number of job prospects.
In addition to these sectors, the services of mechanical engineers are much felt
in other sectors like water department, mining sector, instrumentation sector, etc.

0.44 Higher Education


For economically strong students, it is better to go for further studies. A special-
ization will always earn more value, important and higher position in job.
M.S/M.Tech: Entrance exams for Post Graduation in Engineering Courses. If
you prefer doing P.G in your field of study, you can go for M.S/M.Tech. If you are
ready to go outside India and financially sound you can prefer M.S. You need to
appear for GRE/TOEFL for doing M.S in Foreign countries.

0.44.1 GRE
The Graduate Record Examination or GRE is a standardized test that is an
admissions requirement for many graduate schools in English speaking countries.

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It is created and administered by the Educational Testing Service and is similar in


format and content to the SAT. It is a computer based Online Test. The percentile
scored in this exam will decide your future in doing M.S in foreign nations.

0.44.2 TOEFL
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (or TOEFL, pronounced toe-full or
sometimes toffle) evaluates the potential success of an individual to use and
understand Standard American English at a college level. It is required for non-
native applicants at many English-speaking colleges and universities. A TOEFL
score is valid for two years and then is deleted from the official database.

0.44.3 iBT
Since its introduction in late 2005, the Internet-based test (iBT) has progressively
replaced both the computer-based (CBT) and paper-based (PBT) tests. The iBT
has been introduced in phases, with the United States, Canada, France, Germany,
and Italy in 2005 and the rest of the world in 2006, with test centers added regularly.
The demand for test seats remains very high even after almost a year after the
introduction of the test: Candidates have to wait for months since short-term test
dates are fully booked. The four-hour test consists of four sections, each measuring
mainly one of the basic language skills (although some tasks may require multiple
skills) and focusing on language used in an academic, higher-education environment.
Note-taking is allowed in the iBT.

0.44.4 GATE
: Conducted by one of seven Indian Institutes of Technology in rotation, Graduate
Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an annual exam for admission to M.Tech
and M.S. programms in most engineering institutes in India. It is regarded as a
benchmark test for engineering graduates in India. This examination is coordinated
by a committee, comprising of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and seven
Indian Institutes of Technology on behalf of the National Coordinating Board -
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syllabus are usually based on a candidates B.Tech. Or BE syllabus. Minimum


eligibility for appearing in this exam is usually a B.Tech, BE, B. Arch. or Masc.
The exam is usually conducted on second Sunday of February.
PSUs like BARC, NPCIL, HAL etc. give importance to GATE scores for
various job positions in their organizations.

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Student Code of Conduct and
Disiplinary Rules

0.45 Community Conduct


1. Students will act in a manner that reflects personal and intellectual honesty.

2. Students will act in a manner that reflects maturity, social responsibility and
respect toward the person and property of others.

3. Students will act in a manner that reflects respect for their own health and
well-being.

4. Students will act in a manner that reflects respect toward the policies, pro-
cedures and laws that are in place to maintain and support community
standards at the college and beyond.

5. To maintain dignity, decency, order, calmness both in the campus and outside
the campus.

6. To put thumb impression in biometric machine immediately after entering


and before leaving the campus.

7. To be regular and punctual to the classes and to be in the class at least


5 minutes before the commencement of the period. Everydays cumulative
attendance of the student will be sent to their parents mobile as SMS. So the
student should update his/her mobile no. and their parent/guardian mobile
number if changed.

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8. To obey the instructions of the teacher in the class rooms.

9. To maintain perfect order and strict silence inside the lecture hall / drawing
hall / laboratories.

10. To be attentive in the class and to bring calculators, charts and data hand
books every day.

11. To note that carrying of the cell Phones are strictly prohibited in the campus

12. To wear identity card inside the campus

13. To inculcate the habit of looking into Notice boards of the college / department
every day.

14. To attend all counseling sessions convened by their mentors and should feel
free to explain their academic / personal / career difficulties and seek their
solutions.

15. To note that in all discipline matters the decision taken by the Principal is
final and will be binding on all the students involved.

16. To note that the scholarship amount will be released only when all the
scholarship holders put in 75% attendance every month.

17. To furnish, in their own interest, the change in the address of Father/Guardian,
if any, to the Office / Department as soon as they return from summer
vacation.

18. To maintain silence in the Library

19. To submit to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the authorities and obey the
rules and regulations made by the institution from time to time.

20. Not to form any formal and informal groups on the basis of caste, community
and religion.

21. Not to be in the Canteen or at any public place during working hours of the
college.

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22. To note that teasing women and committing nuisance on the campus, on
college grounds and at programmes are strictly prohibited.

23. To note that any violence on the campus, destruction of college property,
manhandling of teachers or administrative staff or any other person in the
college campus or the authorities of the college and misbehavior with girl
students will be viewed seriously. Erring persons will be liable for disciplinary
action such as expulsion or rustication for specific period etc.

24. To note that ragging in any form, within or outside any educational institution
is strictly prohibited. Any student convicted of the offence of ragging will be
punished with imprisonment as laid down in the said Act.

25. To note that defacing of the campus buildings and walls by sticking bills
posters etc. or by writing is prohibited.

26. To note that all types of malpractices and unfair means in the examination
hall including assault on invigilators, misbehaving in the examination hall
and impersonation are punishable offences.

27. Class Representatives must attend the meetings convened by the Principal and
inform the decisions taken in the CRs meetings to their respective classmates.

28. The students and parents must regularly browse the college website www.nrcmec.org
to know the academic information like students attendance, midterm / end
exam marks, examination schedules, examination results etc

29. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with institution educational


policies and facilities.

30. Lack of familiarity will not constitute an excuse for failing to meet the
expectations of the institution in bringing standards.

31. Students who assist/encourage others in violating code of conduct may be


charged with a penalty.

32. Students are accountable for the class room facilities such as benches, writing
boards, computer system, projector fans,lights,window glasses curtains etc.

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33. Failure to act in a manner that reflects maturity, social responsibility and
respect toward the co-student, faculty and other staff will come under violation
of conduct and eligible for penalty.

34. Physical abuse, injury, constraint on anothers physical movement or threat


of harm toward another person can be considered as very serious issue.

0.46 Dress Code


1. Boys: Neat dress with shirt Tucked in, Blue / White Apron and Full shoes
Girls: Chudidhars, Blue Apron

2. Engineering Drawing Laboratories: Boys: Neat dress with shirt Tucked in,
Blue Apron and Full shoes
Girls: Chudidhars, Blue Apron

3. Mechanical Engineering Laboratories: Boys: Neat dress with shirt Tucked in,
Blue Apron and Full shoes
Girls: Chudidhars, Blue Apron

0.47 Behaviour Rules in the Laboratory


1. Students should wear prescribed dress & full shoes.

2. Students should maintain observation book (with graph papers), record (as
suggested by the staff member) for each lab.

3. Students should bring their own calculators, pencil, eraser, etc for practical
classes.

4. Students should note the observations, complete all calculations and get it
verified by the staff member. Any incomplete work should be completed and
get verified by the staff member well before the next practical class.

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5. Students should complete the record work of the experiment and submit it in
the next class without fail only after the staff member verifies the calculations.
Students will not be permitted to the laboratory without record.

6. Student should maintain absolute silence in the laboratory.

7. Violation of the above rules may attract disciplinary action.

8. Do not engage in practical jokes or boisterous conduct in the laboratory.

9. Never run in the laboratory.

10. The use of personal audio or video equipment is prohibited in the laboratory.

11. The performance of unauthorized experiments is strictly forbidden.

12. Do not sit on laboratory benches.

13. Know emergency procedures.

14. Never work in the laboratory without the supervision of an instructor.

15. Always perform the experiments or work precisely as directed by your in-
structor.

16. Immediately report any spills, accidents, or injuries to your instructor.

17. Never leave experiments while in progress.

18. Never attempt to catch a falling object.

19. Be careful when handling hot glassware and apparatus in the laboratory. Hot
glassware looks just like cold glassware.

20. Make sure no flammable solvents are in the surrounding area when lighting a
flame.

21. Turn off all heating apparatus, gas valves, and water faucets when not in use.

22. Do not remove any equipment or chemicals from the laboratory.

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23. Store coats, bags, and other personal items in designated areas.

24. Keep the floor clear of all objects (e.g., metal chips, nails, small objects,
spilled liquids).

25. Keep work area neat and free of any unnecessary objects.

26. Thoroughly clean your laboratory work space at the end of the laboratory
session.

27. Do not block the sink drains with debris.

28. Never block access to exits or emergency equipment.

29. Inspect all equipment for damage (cracks, defects, etc.) prior to usedo not
use damaged equipment.

30. Properly dispose of scrap generated due to experimental work.

31. Always wear appropriate eye protection ( face shield ) while welding.

32. Wear shoes that adequately cover the whole foot. Low-heeled shoes with non-
slip soles are preferable. Do not wear sandals, open-toed shoes, open-backed
shoes, or high-heeled shoes.

33. Avoid wearing shirts exposing the torso, shorts, or short skirts; long pants
that completely cover the legs are preferable. Secure long hair and loose
clothing (especially loose long sleeves, neck ties, or scarves).

34. Remove jewelry (especially dangling jewelry).

35. Synthetic fingernails, which are made of extremely flammable polymers, are
not recommended in the laboratory. Hygiene Practices

36. Keep your hands away from your face, eyes, mouth, and body while using
chemicals.

37. Wash hands after experiment and before leaving the laboratory.

38. Know the location of all the exits in the laboratory and building.

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39. Know the location of and know how to operate the Fire extinguishers, Alarm
systems with pull stations, Fire blankets, Eye washes, First aid kits,

40. In case of an emergency or accident, follow the established emergency plan


as explained by the teacher and evacuate the building via the nearest exit.

0.48 Compute Center


1. Students have to ensure that when they enter the Computer lab they should
be neatly dressed in tune with the prescribed dress code.

2. Each student will be allotted with a system identified by a number label


pasted on the monitor / system and the student is not supposed to work on
any other system other than allotted to him / her.

3. Students should maintain observation book and record for each lab.

4. Student should complete the record work containing flowchart/ algorithms,


tested program code and sample results and submit it in the next class
without fail. Student will not be permitted to the laboratory without record.

5. It is the responsibility of the student for any loss of equipment likes mouse,
keyboard etc., or physical damage to that system.

6. The damages like deleting software, deleting icons on the desktop, changing
the wall paper, will be considered seriously and the student is liable for severe
punishment.

7. If there is a physical damage, the department looks after the issue and the
student will be penalized accordingly.

8. No student is allowed to access other software available on the hard disk of


the system and they are supposed to do their specific work only.

9. Every student is responsible for cleanliness in the lab, they should keep the
chairs and systems in a specified order, and they should also switch off the
monitors, while leaving the lab.

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10. No student is allowed to bring any material (floppies, text books etc.,) other
than observation book into the lab.

11. Student should maintain silence in the lab.

0.49 Classroom Behavior


1. Plan to arrive to class on time and to stay for the entire class period (or until
dismissed) because random arrivals and exits are disrespectful and distracting.

2. All cell phones, smartphones, and other electronic devices (e.g., pagers, iPods)
must be turned off (or on vibrate) and hidden from view during class time.
[Consult your instructor as some prefer that cell phones are off and others
allow that phones are set on vibrate.]

3. As per the Deans mandate and CBA policy, there is NO use of any electronic
devices (e.g., cell phones, iPads, smartphones, laptops, etc.) allowed during
exams and other graded in-class assignments.

4. Laptop and tablet computers are allowed for (quiet) note taking only: i.e.,
other activities such as checking personal e-mail or browsing the Internet
are prohibited. Food and beverages are NOT permitted in CBA classrooms.
Those must be consumed in designated areas only.

5. Students are responsible for what transpired if they miss a class. It is the
students responsibility to contact a classmate to determine what was missed.

6. Talking and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted while classes are in
session.

7. Be polite and respectful towards others, instructor and other students.

8. Students should address faculty as Professor or Dr. Calling faculty by


their first names is not appropriate.

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9. Students are expected to be professional and respectful of other students,


instructors, CBA administration, and staff. That includes verbal and physical
behavior as well as language used in email and phone messages.

10. Rudeness of the following nature to e avoided

(a) Failing to return a greeting


(b) Swearing at someone
(c) Calling someone names
(d) Pushing someone out of the way
(e) Interrupting a speaker
(f) Talking when you should be listening
(g) Not listening when you should be listening
(h) Not responding to a greeting
(i) Making crude sexual advances or allusions
(j) Dressing inappropriately on formal occasions
(k) Phoning someone and then putting them on hold
(l) Putting your finger in your nose in public
(m) Arriving late for an appointment and not apologizing
(n) Abruptly hanging up on someone
(o) Transferring an item from someone elses shopping cart to your own
(p) Showing up to a potluck without a pot
(q) Entering someones office without knocking
(r) Sleeping in class

0.50 Writing Examinations


1. Highlight headings. I mean not color pens, if you write with black, use blue.
If you write with blue, use black.

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2. Underline important points. This will make your teacher notice important
points in your answer without reading all the answer.

3. Make points where ever possible. If you write your answer in lines, it will
be difficult. Use points. If your answer itself contains 8 to 10 points for
sure, it is always better to use a star(*) or right arrow indentation for better
presentation .

4. Cross wrong line only once. If youve written wrong/incorrect sentence in


your answer sheet, cross horizontally only once. If you cross it multiple times
to make it invisible, it will damage your paper.

5. Differentiate your answers. Use a separator between your answers. If you


complete an answer, draw a line beneath before you start another one. This
would help the teacher to understand you completed your answers.

6. Use correct numbering. This is very important. Mind what question you are
attempting. Give correct number of that question when you answering.

7. Never miss formatting. Write your answer in points as much as possible.


Never mix sub points with points. Leave space of 2 or 3 characters to
differentiate your points.

8. While drawing diagram, do not use the same pen in which you write remaining
answer. Use pencil, or black pen (if you write in blue) and vice versa.

9. Show parts with in the diagram itself. Do not draw numbers showing parts
then write parts of the diagram. This would help teacher to understand your
answer better.

10. Make your diagram understandable. Do not make it clumsy by writing too
much on the diagram. Show each part clearly, then mark them.

11. If you have no choice but to attempt an unknown question, do not make up
a story. Try to write related explanation to that answer. This would make
teacher know that you have idea about the concept and could gain you some
marks.

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12. Never draw will-kill- this- man- if- you- dont- give- me- marks or if-
I- do- not -pass- in- this- exam, i- will- suicide or will-send-you-money-if-
you-make-me-pass diagrams in the paper. This will make a true teacher
frustrated and cut off the already given marks.

13. Student should maintain silence in the examination hall.

14. Students should carry identity card for midterm exam and Hall ticket &
Identity Card for end examinations.

15. There is no grace period for entering into the exam hall after the commence-
ment of exam both for end examinations and the midterm examinations.

16. Students should fill in all the particulars on the main answer books. Students
are required to write their permanent registered number in the space provided
on the main answer sheet only and nowhere else

17. Students are strictly prohibited from writing their registered number on the
drawing sheet, failing which their answer sheet shall not be valued.

18. Carrying mobile phones during examinations is strictly prohibited. Any


mobile phone found in possession of the student will be confiscated and also
a malpractice case will be booked.

19. Any malpractice noticed in the exam halls will be viewed seriously. The
performance of the students will be canceled and they will be awarded zero
marks in all the subjects. Students are strongly advised not to resort to
malpractice in their own interest.

20. Students should not move in the corridors of the examination halls before
the commencement and after completion of exam.

21. Students are required to go through the instructions on the Main Answer
Book.

22. However, the student will be allowed to enter into the exam hall 15 minutes
before the commencement of exam.

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0.51 Permissions
1. Student should inform his planned absents and should get permission from
the class in-charge. Though attendance may not be granted for any type
absent still it is must to inform class teacher/in-charge.

2. For internship training, student must get permission and submit a report
on the training he undergone. For internship period no attendance will be
granted.

3. For mini projects, generally permissions are not granted but in special cases,
based on the topic specialty, department head may grant permission for very
few batches in a year.

4. For main projects, the department encourages to do projects in the col-


lege laboratory itself. For performing some operations not available in the
workshop/lab may be permitted upon submission of request letter.

5. For attending workshops, seminars,conferences etc, student has to get per-


mission from the HOD, For such prior permissions attendance will be given
for the period upon submission of the xerox copy of the certificate.

6. For participating in sports and other competitive events students must bring
acceptance letter from the physical director for granting permissions and for
attendance upon submission of the certificate copy.

0.52 Social Conduct


Each student must show due respect and courtesy to the Institute teachers,
administrators, officers, employees and visitors. They must not infringe upon
the rights of fellow students.

In the event of proceeding on unscheduled leave on account of illness, family


matter, etc, students must inform the Warden, faculty adviser and the
concerned Head of the Department.

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The Institute facilities/amenities such as library, internet, playgrounds, hos-


tels, laboratories and classrooms must be used responsibly. Any willful
damage and misuse of the facilities/amenities constitutes an act of indis-
cipline. In the event of an illegal activity in the campus, the institute is
obligated to permit the police and judiciary intervention.

In the event of students involvement in any activity outside the campus


which is punishable by the law of the land, the institute shall in no way
provide any support to them and will not be responsible either for any action.

All major acts of indiscipline, which may have serious implications on the gen-
eral body of students, and which may warrant a uniform and more formalized
nature of investigation, shall be handled by the Students Disciplinary Com-
mittee. Based on the recommendations of this committee with the Principal
as the Chairman, the Management approves the punishment recommended.

For an offense committed (a) in the Department or a classroom and (b)


elsewhere, the Head of the Department shall have the authority to reprimand
or impose fine or take any other suitable measure. All cases involving
punishment other than reprimand shall be reported to the Chairman of the
Standing Disciplinary Committee.

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Winning Strategies for
Engineering Students

0.53 Helpful Tips


1. Communicate frequently with faculty, staff and other students

2. Set reasonable short-term and long-term goals and expectations for yourself

3. Start early to develop a rapport with your professors well before the first test

4. Visit both the Career Center and your academic advisor

5. Verify your class adds and drops the next day and before the third week of
classes

6. Participate in student clubs and college events

7. Explore the campus to see what resources are available to help you in your
studies

8. Consistent study habits are important: Study Focus Study!

9. Make sure you have completed the prerequisites for courses you intend to
take later

10. Note down the class time table and be familiar with changes if any during
the course our

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11. See your adviser and refer to your curriculum sheet to make sure you take
the right courses in the right sequence

12. Prepare and maintain an advising notebook to discuss with your adviser

13. Prepare and maintain an advising notebook to discuss with your adviser Be
prepared and on time when you meet with your adviser or others

14. Prepare and maintain an advising notebook to discuss with your adviser
Begin math courses immediately and continue to take math every quarter
until all math requirements are met

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Project

0.54 Miniproject
A mini-project is a practical, hands-on learning experience for the student to to
expand his/her theological understandings. Mini-projects can be an opportunity to
explore theory, to research and present a pilot project with a possibility of further
development (for example, a thesis), to test a theological insight, to apply intellectual
learning to a lived experience, or to challenge skills as well as understandings within
a particular theological field.
A successful mini-project is one in which the participant has gained life experi-
ence through the integration of knowledge and praxis.

0.55 Guide Lines


1. Identify your learning goal and the objectives that will guide you to your
goal. Write them as the introduction to your mini-project report. Be clear
and concise in regard to what you want to learn and why it is important to
you.

2. Choose a task which will contribute to your particular learning goals. For
example, if your goal is to develop teaching skills, you may design and present
a workshop in which you would explore several methods of teaching while
meeting a specific need of an organization, congregation, or group.

3. Plan then execute the project, collecting evaluations of the work from those
with whom you work wherever possible. Begin your written report outlin-

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ing your goals, the structure of the project, and your process. Include as
appendices to the written work any publicity, related documents, pictures,
information, feedback, or other material that will help to make it clear to
your reader the development and procedure used for the project.

4. Describe how this was a theological activity, what it revealed about God,
the sense of the Holy that gave this project energy, and what you discovered
about the theology of others (where appropriate). Did your own theology
shift in the process?

5. Identify what you learned. Was it what you intended to learn? Were there
surprises? Would you do a similar project, and why or why not? How are
you different as a result of this mini-project?

6. Below are the guidelines for structuring and formatting of the project report.

(a) Chapter Names - 16 TIMES NEW ROMAN (bold) all caps


(b) Headings - 14 TIMES NEW ROMAN (bold) all caps
(c) Subheadings - 14 TIMES NEW ROMAN (bold) Title case
(d) Sub sub headings - 12 TIMES NEW ROMAN (bold) Title case
(e) Body of Project - 12 TIMES NEW ROMAN
(f) Text in Diagrams - 12 TIMES NEW ROMAN (all lower case)
(g) Diagrams / Table headings / Fig. Headings - 12 TIMES NEW ROMAN
Title case
(h) If any text 12 TIMES NEW ROMAN (Title case) Spacing
(i) 1. Two(2) line spacing between heading and body text.
(j) 1.5 line spacing in body text.
(k) New paragraphs start with single tab.
(l) Margins Left 1.5 Right 1.0
Top 1.0 Bottom 1.0

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0.55.1 Page numbers


1. Position Bottom, Middle

2. Front Pages Small Roman Numbers (Excluding title page, Certificate page,
Acknowledgement page)

3. Body pages 1,2,3 . . . . . . . . . .

4. Annexure 1,2,3. . . . . . . . . .. (Separate for each Annexure)

5. Pages : Size : A4 paper Color: White

6. Documentation : Spiral Binding

0.55.2 Front Pages


1. Page 1 Title Page

2. Page 2 Certificate

3. Page 3 Acknowledgement

4. Page 4 Contents

5. Page 5 Abstract

6. Page 6 List of Figures/ tables/ screens

7. Page 7 Symbols & Abbreviations

0.55.3 Contents
1. Abstract

2. List of Figures

3. List of Tables

4. List of Screens

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5. Symbols & Abbreviations

6. Introduction

(a) Motivation
(b) Problem definition
(c) Objective of Project
(d) Limitations of Project
(e) Organization of Documentation

7. Literature Survey

(a) Introduction
(b) Existing System
(c) Disadvantages of Existing system
(d) Proposed System
(e) Conclusion

8. Analysis

(a) Introduction
(b) Software Requirement Specification
(c) User requirement
(d) Software requirement
(e) Hardware requirement
(f) Content diagram of Project
(g) Algorithms ad Flowcharts
(h) Conclusion

9. DESIGN

(a) Introduction

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(b) DFD / ER / UML diagram (any other project diagrams)


(c) Module design and organization
(d) Conclusion

10. IMPLEMENTATION & RESULTS

(a) Introduction
(b) Explanation of Key functions
(c) Method of Implementation
(d) Forms
(e) Output Screens
(f) Result Analysis
(g) Conclusion

11. TESTING & VALIDATION

(a) Introduction
(b) Design of test cases and scenarios
(c) Validation
(d) Conclusion

12. CONCLUSION

(a) First Paragraph - Project Conclusion


(b) Second Paragraph - Future enhancement

13. REFERENCES

(a) Author Name, Title of Paper/ Book, Publishers Name, Year of publica-
tion
(b) Full URL Address

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Publications from the staff

0.56 Dr. Suresh Akella


1. Poster presentation on Thermal modelling and analysis of Multi-pass Tig
welding Process by ABAQUS

2. Welding Process Model for temperature and Residual stress analysis, Else-
vier journal, Procedia Materials Science 6 (2014) 1539 1546. Published a
research paper entitled with Comparative Studies on Heat Flux and Ther-
mal Stress Analysis during Conduction Mode and Keyhole Mode in the
Laser Beam Welding in 1st International conference on Structural Integrity
(ICONS-2014), organized by Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research,
Kalpakkam, The Indian Institute of Metals, Kalpakkam Chapter, Society for
Failure Analysis, Chennai Center, Indian Institute of Welding, Kalpakkam,
India, during, February 4-7, 2014.

3. Modelling of phase changes of hypo eutectoid steels, Plasma 2012- Pondicherry


university.

0.57 A C S Reddy
1. A C Sekhara Reddy, S. Rajesham, P. Ravinder Reddy. Experimental
and Simulation Study on warm Deep Drawing of AZ31 alloy, Advances in
Production Engineering & Management,, Vol. 10, No. 3, Sept. 2015.

2. A C. S. Reddy, S. Rajesham, P. R. Reddy , T. P. Kumar, J. Goverdhan,


An Experimental Study on Effect of Process Parameters in Deep Drawing

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using Taguchi Technique, International Journal of Engineering, Science and


Technology Vol. 7, No. 1, 2015, pp. 21-32.

3. A C Sekhara Reddy, S. Rajesham, P. Ravinder Reddy., Experimental Study on


Strain Variation and Thickness Distribution in Deep Drawing of Axisymmetric
Components, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
(IJERT),Vol. 2 Issue 12, December - 2013.

4. A C Sekhara Reddy , S.Rajesham, P. Ravinder Reddy, Evaluation of Limiting


Drawing Ratio (LDR) in Deep Drawing by Rapid Determination Method,
International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.4, No.2
,April 2014, pp: 757-762

0.57.1 International Conferences

5. A C Sekhara Reddy, S Rajesham, P Ravinder Reddy,Optimization of Blank


Shape in Square Cup Deep Drawing Process, International Conference on
Material Processing and Characterization, ICMPC-2012, 8th 10th March,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of
Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad.

6. A C Sekhara Reddy, S.Rajesham, P Ravinder Reddy, Friction Behavior in


Deep Drawing, International Conference on Simulation, Modeling and Anal-
ysis, COMSA - 2011, 14th - 16th December 2011, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore.

0.57.2 National Conferences

7. A C Sekhara Reddy, S Rajesham, P Ravinder Reddy, Experimental De-


termination of Anisotropic Properties and Evolution of FLD for aluminum
alloy, 5th National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering, AIM
- 2015, 1st - 2n d May 2015, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vasavi
College of Engineering, Hyderabad

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8. A C Sekhara Reddy, S Rajesham P Ravinder reddy, Study of warm Deep


Drawing of Magnesium alloy AZ31, National conference on Emerging Trends
in Science, Technology & Management, NCESTM - 2014, 8th 9th August
2014, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Malla Reddy Engineering
College (Autonomus), Hyderabad.

9. A C Sekhara reddy, S Rajesham, P Ravinder Reddy, Suitability of Different


Hardening Models for Computational Simulation of Deep Drawing Process
of Magnesium alloy AZ31, National Conference on Advances in Mechani-
cal Engineering, Sept - 2014, 19th - 20th September 2014, Department of
Mechanical Engineering, Nalla Malla Reddy Engineering College.

10. A C Sekhara Reddy, S Rajesham, P Ravinder Reddy, Influence of Friction


in Deep Drawing Process of Aluminum Sheets, National Conference in
Mechanical Engineering, RAME - 2012, 16th - 17th March- 2012, Depart-
ment of Mechanical Engineering, University College of Engineering, Osmania
University, Hyderabad.

0.58 Sainath K
1. Vibrational Analysis a key for pump maintenance- case study MAUG Inter-
national Journal of Modern Engineering Research 4 (03), 07.

2. An Investigation Report & Design of Pulse Jet Engine International journal


of mechanical Engineering and information Technology 2 ...

3. A comparative study on friction stir welding of dis-similar metals by using


lathe machine, the international journal of engineering and science, volume 3,
issue 5.

4. Comparative study of Economiser using CFD analysis, International Journal


of Modern Engineering Research 4 (04), 08.

5. Design of Mechanical Hydraulic Jack, International Organization of Scientific


Research 4 (07), PP; 15-28.

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6. Comparative Study and Design of Solar water Heater, International Journal


of Engineering Research 3 (10), pp: 559-563.

7. Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Roll Bond Evaporator as Air


Conditioner, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Scie
nnce and Software ...

8. Experimental and Computational Analysis of Radiator and Roll Bond Evap-


ourator, 4 th International Conference on Materials Processing and Charac-
terization, 10.

9. Overview of HVAC Systems in General Aspects International Journal for


Research in Applied Science and Engineering.

10. Experimental and computational analysis of roll bond evaporator and geyser
Universe of Emerging Technologies and Science 1 (04),

11. Aluminium roll bond- a single innovative circuit for air conditioner, car
radiator, refrigerator and water heater, International Journal & Magazine
of Engineering, Technology, Management.

12. Comparative Study of Down comer pipes elbow joint using CFD Analysis,
2 nd International Conference On Advanced Trends in Engineering.

13. Heat Transfer and Thermal Stress Analysis in Internally Grooved tube with
different materials Finite Element Method, International Conference on
Advances in Mechanical Sciences,

14. Heat transfer and Thermal Stress Analysis in Internal Grooved tube in
comparison with bare tube by Finite element method.

0.59 T KRISHNA CHAITANYA


1. Presented a research paper on Simulation of welding of similar and dissimilar
metals

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0.60 K.L.N Murthy


1. A review on Cryogenic grinding of species, International Journal of Latest
Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology, Volume 1, Issue 10.

0.61 V. RAMAKRISHNA
1. A review on Cryogenic grinding of species, International Journal of Latest
Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology, Volume 1, Issue 10.

0.62 KALLU RAJA SEKHAR


1. Experimental analysis of heat pipe for a computer processing unit, Interna-
tional Journal of science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4, Issue 8.

2. Optimization of Biodiesel Blend ratio for compression Ignition engine,


International Journal in IT and Engineering, Impact factor, volume 3, Issue
4.

3. CFD analysis of turbocharger turbine, International Journal in IT and


Engineering, Impact factor, volume 3, Issue 4.

4. Comparative study of performance of a dual fuel compression Ignition engine


with LPG and Biodiesel, International Journal of Innovations in Engineering
and Technology, Volume 5, Issue 1.

5. Exhaust gas analysis on twin cylinder diesel engine with Different and
blended fuels, International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and
Technology, Volume 5, Issue 1.

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