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Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Bhopal (MP)

Scheme of Study and Examination (w.e.f. July 2011)

B.E. First Semester (Set - A) Common to CE,ME,CS Branches

Periods EVALUATION SCHEME

SESSIONAL

Course EXAM SUB

Code Subject L T P TA CT TOT ESE TOTAL Credits

PH01 Engineering Physics 3 1 - 10 20 30 70 100 4

MA01 Engineering Mathematics-I 3 1 - 10 20 30 70 100 4

ME01 Basic Mechanical Engineering 4 1 - 10 20 30 70 100 4

Basic Civil Engineering &

CE09

Engg. Mechanics 4 1 - 10 20 30 70 100 4

CS03 Basic Computer Programming 4 1 - 10 20 30 70 100 4

(PRACTICAL/DRAWING/DESIGN)

PH02L Engineering Physics Lab - - 2 20 - 20 30 50 2

Basic Mechanical Engineering

ME02L

Lab - - 2 20 - 20 30 50 2

- - 2 20 - 20 30 50 2

CS04L Computer Programming Lab - - 2 20 - 20 30 50 2

Total 18 5 10 150 100 250 500 750 30

JABALPUR ENGINEERING COLLEGE, JABALPUR (MP)

(An Autonomous Institute of Govt. of M.P. )

Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Bhopal (MP)

Scheme of Study and Examination (w.e.f. July 2011)

B.E. First Semester (Set - B) Common to EC,EE,IT,IP Branches

Periods EVALUATION SCHEME

SESSIONAL

Course EXAM SUB

Code Subject L T P TA CT TOT ESE TOTAL Credits

Basic Electrical & Electronics

EE56 3 1 - 10 20 30 70 100 4

Engineering

HS01 Communication Skills 3 1 - 10 20 30 70 100 4

(PRACTICAL/DRAWING/DESIGN)

CH02L Engineering Chemistry Lab - - 2 20 - 20 30 50 2

Basic Electrical & Electronics

EE57L - - 4 20 - 20 30 50 2

Engineering Lab

Communication Skills/Language

HS02L - - 2 20 - 20 30 50 2

Lab

ME05L Workshop Practice - - 3 20 - 20 30 50 2

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

B.E. ENGINEERING Min Min

PHYSICS

PH01 5.0

Common D D

Origin of Quantum hypothesis, DeBroglies hypothesis of matter waves & its experimental verification.

Group & Particle velocities & their relations. Uncertainty principle with its elementary proof with its

application to Electron Microscope. Compton Effect. WaveFunction y and its physical significance.

Time dependent & Time Independent Schrodinger wave equation with their applications.

UNIT- II WAVE OPTICS

Interference: Basic ideas, Fresnels Biprism, Interference in Thin films. Newtons rings & Michelson

Interferometer. Diffraction at Single slit, double slit & n-slit. Diffraction Grating. Concept of Polarized

light. Brewster law.

UNIT III NUCLEAR PHYSICS

Nuclear Size, Nuclear Mass & Nuclear Charge. Nuclear Models: Liquid Drop Model, Semi empirical

mass formula, Brief Idea about Shell Model. Accelerators: Linear Particle Accelerator, Cyclotron,

Betatron. Nuclear Reaction Cross section, Nuclear Fission and concept of plasma, Chain Reaction,

Basics of Nuclear Reactor, Types of Nuclear Reactors, Geiger Muller Counter. Bainbridge mass

spectrograph.

UNIT- IV CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

Space Lattice, Bravais lattice, Unit cell, Primitive cell, Lattice parameters, Types of crystal systems,

Directions & Planes in a crystal, Miller Indices, Expression for Inter-planer spacing, Coordination

number, Atomic Packing Factor, Braggs law, X-ray spectrometer, Crystal structure of NaCl &

Diamond. Elementary idea about the Nano materials & structures.

UNIT V FIBER OPTICS & LASERS

Fiber Optics: Fundamental ideas of Optical Fiber, Acceptance Angle, Numerical Aperture, and

Classification of Optical Fibers on the basis of Refractive Index profile, Modes & Material. Concept of

Modes & V- number. Dispersion, Attenuation in optical fibers. Lasers: Basic ideas of Spontaneous &

Stimulated emission. Einsteins coefficients. Active medium, Pumping & Population Inversion.

Characteristics of Laser beam, Principle & Working of He-Ne,CO2 & semiconductor lasers.

Applications of lasers.

Recommended Books:

1. A Text Book of Engineering Physics S.K.Tiwary & Navneet Gupta Dhanpat Rai & Co.

2. Engineering Physics - M.N. Avadhnulu & P.G.Kshirsagar S. Chand & Co.

3. Atomic Physics J.B.Rajam S.Chand & Co.

4. A Text Book of Optics M.Subrahmanyam, Brij Lal & M.N.Avadhnulu

5. Concept of Modern Physics A. Beiser TMH

6. Engineering Physics V.S.Yadav, McGraw Hill

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

B.E. ENGINEERING Min Min

MATHEMATICS - I

MA01 5.0

Common D D

UNIT-I Expension of function Maclaurins and Taylors theorem. Partial differentiation, total differential

coefficients, homogeneous function, Eulers theorem, approximation and error. Differentiation

under integral sign. Maxima and Minima of two variables. Curve tracing (Cartesian and polar

curve), Curvature, Radius of Curvature.

UNIT-II Definite integral as limit of a sum, Application summation of series. Double interals, Change of

order of integrals. Triple integral, Length of curves, Area Voulme of surfaces using double and

triple integrals Beta and Gamma functions.

UNIT-III Ordinary differential equation of first order. Linear and higher degree. Linear higher order

differential equation with constant coefficients. Homogeneneous linear differential equation.

Simultaneous differentia equations.

UNIT-IV Rank of Matrix Solution of simultaneous equation by elementary transformation & consistency of

equation Eigen values and Eigen vactors, Cayfey Hamilton theorem and its application to find the

inverse Diagnolisation of matrices.

UNIT-V Boolean algebra Algebra of logic. Principle of Duality Basic theorems, Boolean Expressions and

functions. Graph theory.Graph subgraphs, degree and distance Tree,cycles and nNetwork

Elementry concept of fuzzy logic.

Reference Books:-

2. Higher Engineering Mathematics- By B.S. Grewal.

3. Engineering Mathematics.By K.A.Laxminarayan. Vikas pub. House Pvt.Ltd.

4. Advance Engineering Mathematics-Erwin Kreyszig.John Willy & sons.

5. Advance Engineering Mathematics-Wylie and Barrett.TMH.

6. Differential Calculus by Gorakh Prasad pothi shala publication.

7. Integral Calculus by Chandrika Prasad pothi shala publication.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

BASIC

B.E. Min Min

MECHANICAL ME01 5.0

Common ENGINEERING D D

Classification and properties of Engg. materials. Stress strain diagram for brittle and ductile materials,

Hooks Law & Modulus of Elasticity, Types of steel, cast iron, and their Composition, mechanical

properties and uses, Non-ferrous metals, Plastic materials. Rubber, Smart materials. Tensile, shear,

hardness & fatigue testing of material.

UNIT II THERMODYNAMICS

Thermodynamic systems, Surrounding & Boundary, Thermodynamic property, State, Path, Process &

Cycle, Quasi-static, Reversible and Irreversible Processes, Concept of thermodynamic work and heat.

Zeroth law of thermodynamics. First law of thermodynamics, Internal Energy & Enthalpy. Application

of first law to closed system. Second law of thermodynamics and its statements, Simple problems on

Heat Engine, refrigerator & Heat Pump. Carnot Cycle, Concept of entropy.

UNIT III STEAM: Sensible heat, latent heat, super heat, internal energy, enthalpy entropy, dryness

fraction and its determination, steam processes at constant pressure, constant volume, and constant

enthalpy.

BOILER: Name & function of principle parts of boilers, classification, boilers mountings and

accessories, draught classification, equivalent Evaporation and boiler performances.

UNIT IV I C ENGINES

Description and working of four stroke petrol and diesel engine, Description and working of two stroke

petrol and diesel engine, relative merits and demerits. Petrol and Diesel Engine working cycles. Simple

numerical problems.

UNIT V PATTERNS: Definition, requirements, types and materials for pattern, pattern allowances.

CASTING PROCESS: Moulding, types and properties of mould sand, moulding processes.

MEASUREMENT & MEASURING TOOLS: Vernier caliper, micrometer, dial gauge, slip gauge,

sine bar and combination set.

GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO MACHINES: Introduction about parts and operations of Lathe,

Milling, Shaper and Drilling machines.

Reference Books:

1. Thermal Engineering S.Domundwar

2. Thermal Engineering R.K,Rajput

3. Thermodynamics P. K. Nag

4. Material Science Narula, Narula & Gupta

5. Engineering Materials O.P.Khanna

6. Internal Combustion Engines V. Ganesan

7. Mechanical Measurements Beckwith & Beck/Sawhney

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End Sem

Subject

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

BASIC CIVIL

B.E. Min

ENGG. & ENGG. CE09 Min D 5.0

Common MECHANICS D

Stones bricks cement lime, timber-types, properties test & uses. Laboratory tests concrete and mortar

Materials : Workability. Strength properties of concrete. Nominal Proportion of Concrete

preparation of concrete, compaction curing.

Unit II : SURVEYING & POSITIONING

Introduction to surveying Instruments, levels, thedolites, plane tables and related devices Electronic

surveying instruments etc. Measurement of distances conventional and EDM methods,

measurement of directions by different methods,measurement of elevations by different methods,

Reciprocal leveling.

Unit III : MAPPING & SENSING :

Mapping details and contouring, profile cross sectioning and measurement of areas, volumes,

application of measurements in quantity computations. Survey station introduction of remote

sensing and its applications.

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

Unit IV :

Forces and Equilibrium : Graphical and Analytical Treatment of Concurrent and non concurrent co-

planner forces, free diagram. Force Diagram and Bows notations Application of Equilibrium

Concepts. Analysis of plane Trusses Method of Joints, Method of sections. Frictional force in

equilibrium problems.

Unit V :

Centre of Gravity and moment of Inertia Centroid and Centre of Gravity. Moment Inertia of area and

Mass, Radius of Gyration, Introduction to product of Inertia and Principle Axes.

Support Rections. Shear force and bending moment Diagram for Cantilever & simply supported beam

with concentrated distributed load and couple.

Reference Books:

1. S.Ramamrutam & R Narayanan Dhanpat Rai Pub. By Basic Civil Engineering

2. Prasad I.B. by Applied Mechanics Khanna Pub.

3. Punmia B.C. Surveying Standard book Depot.

4. Shesha Prakash and Mogaveer, Elements of Civil Engg & Engg. Mechanics HPI

5. S.P.Timoshenko, Mechanics of Stricture, East West Press Pvt. Ltd.

6. Surveying by Duggal- Tata McGraw Hill New Delhi

7. Building Construction by S.C. Rangwala Charotar Pub.House Anand

8. Building Construction by Grucharan Singh Standard Book House, new Delhi

9. Global Positioning System Principles and Application Gopi, TMH

10. R.C. Hibbler Engineering Mechanics Statics & Dynamics

11. A.Boresi & Schmidt Engineering Mechines- Statics Dynamics, Thomson Books.

12. R.K.Rajput, Engineering Mechanics S.Chand & Co.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

B.E. BASIC COMPUTER Min Min

PROGRAMMING

CS03 5.0

Common D D

UNIT - I

Computer Hardware - Block diagram of computer Hardware, Software and Firmware

Interaction of Hardware and Software, Understanding the Boot Process, General

function of CPU, ALU, Control unit and memory. The Motherboard. BIOS, Multimedia

Devices and Mass Storage

UNIT- II

History of C , Characteristics of C, C Program Structure , Constants, Data types, Variables,

Keywords ,Console Input/Output Statements, Compilation and Execution Operators.

Arithmetic, Unary Assignment, Relational & Logical Conditional Branching & Looping

Statements - if Statement ,switch Statement ,Looping Concepts , for ,while , do-while loop

Jump Statements. Arrays-Array Concepts, Rules & Restrictions, Single & Multi-Dimensional

arrays

UNIT - III

Functions- Types of Functions, Functions and Arrays, Function Prototyping Scope of Variables Built-in

Functions, Strings- String Functions, String Manipulation Structures-Defining New

Data types, Unions ,Type Casting, Enumerated Data types ,Static Variables ,Type Definition.

UNIT IV

Pointers-Pointer Concepts, Pointers and Functions, Pointers and Arrays, Array of Pointers Static

Initialization, Pointers and Structures, Illegal indirection Dynamic Memory Allocation and Data

Structures-malloc(),sizeof() and free() calloc() and realloc()

UNIT - V

C++ Characteristics Object-Oriented Terminology. Differences between Object-Oriented

programming and Procedure oriented programming Object, Class, Encapsulation, Inheritance,

Polymorphism, Object-Oriented Paradigm Abstract Data Types. Member Functions Class

structure, Class scope, this pointer. Friend function.

Reference Books:

1. C Programming Language by Karnighan & Ritchie, TMH Pub.

2. Complete Reference in C, by Herbert Schield TMH Pub.

3. Mastering Turbo C by Kelly & Bootle BPB Pub.

4. Practical C Programming by Steve Oualline, OReilly. Shroff Pub. & Distributors Pvt. Ltd.

5. Let us C by Yashwant Kanetkar, BPB Publication

6. C Language Programming by Byron Gottfried TMH Pub.

7. Programming in ANSI C by Balaguruswamy, TMH Pub.

8. Pointers in C by Yashwant Kanetkar

9. The Complete PC Upgrade &Maintenance Guide by Mark Minasi - BPB Pub

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

B.E. ENGINEERING Min Min

PHYSICS LAB

PH02L 5.0

Common D D

ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB

(Suggested Exercise)

1. To determine the refractive index of material of prism for the given wave length of light,

using Spectrometer. (Sodium lamp, Mercury lamp)

2. To determine the grating constant of a plane transmission grating by spectrometer using

(Sodium lamp, Mercury lamp)

3. To determine the dispersive power of a prism by spectrometer using mercury lamp.

4. To determine the wavelength of green light by plane transmission grating and mercury

lamp.

5. To determine the radius of curvature of plane convex lens by Newtons ring using sodium

lamp.

6. Study of GM counter.

7. Study of the Dispersion relation for the Mono-atomic and Di-atomic Lattice and

comparison with theory.

8. To calculate the value of Planks constant.

9. To study and calculate numerical apature of optical fibre.

10. To calculate the numerical aperture (NA) of a multimode fibre.

11. To study and calculate the wave length of the semiconductor diode LASER using grating.

12. To study the angular divergence of laser beam.

13. To verify the Brewsters law by spectrometer.

14. To verify the inverse square law of photometry.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

BASIC

B.E. Min Min

MECHANICAL ME02L 5.0

Common ENGINEERING LAB D D

(Suggested Exercise)

2. To study two stroke diesel engine.

3. To study four stroke diesel engine.

4. To study two stroke petrol engine.

5. To study 10 ton Amsler testing machine (Tensile)

6. To study fatigue testing machine.

7. To study Amsler testing machine (Shear)

8. To study Brinell Hardness testing machine

9. Study of Model of Lancashire Boiler

10. Study of Babcock & Wilcox Boiler.

11. Study of model of marshal vertical Boiler.

12. Study of ruston- vertical steam engine

13. Study of horizontal steam engine.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

B.E. BASIC CIVIL Min Min

ENGINEERING LAB

CE02L 5.0

Common D D

BASIC CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB.

(Suggested Exercise)

2. Complete closed traverse and surrounding offsets by Prismatic compass.

3. Draw the location of given points on a medium size field using chain survey.

4. Complete a closed traverse and surrounding offsets by plane table survey.

5. Determine reduced level of 10 stations by Auto-level/dumpy level.

6. Tests on Bricks (conduct all the tests on a brick sample)

7. Conduct all the tests on cement sample.

8. Conduct all the tests on a coarse aggregates sample.

9. Conduct all the tests on fine aggregates sample.

10. Conduct tests on fresh concrete.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

COMPUTER

B.E. Min Min

PROGRAMMING CS04L 5.0

Common LAB D D

(Suggested Exercise)

2. Write a program in C to convert sentence lower case to upper case

3. Write a program in C for COUNTING THE NUMBER OF OCCURRENCE OF

CHARACTER IN A STRING.

4. Write a program in C to SUM OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ELEMENTS IN AN

ARRAY

5. Write a program in C to reverse a string.

6. Write a program in C to calculate the string length

7. Write a program in C to count vowels

8. Write a program in C to calculate x power n

9. Write a program in C fir swapping 2 numbers (using2 variables)

10. Write a program in C to SWAP FIRST AND SECOND WORDS in a sentence.

11. Write a program in C to CHANGE THE CASE OF FIRST LETTER

12. Write a program in C for GENERATION OF ARMSTRONG NUMBERS.

13. Write a program in C for GENERATION OF FIBONACCI SERIES

14. Write a program in C to SUM OF DIGITS OF NUMBER

15. Write a program in C to FIND THE OF NCR A NUMBER.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

B.E. ENGINEERING Min Min

MECHANICS LAB

CE04L 5.0

Common D D

(Suggested Exercise)

1. Determine the magnitude of resultant force using law of polygon of forces and compare the result with..

.analytical and graphical method.

2. Determine the coefficient of friction between the two given surfaces and find the weight of box.

3. Find the coefficient of friction between drum and cord.

4. Determine the modulus of Elasticity of mild steel and Timber using simply supported beam.

5. Determine the modulus of Elasticity of mild steel and Timber using cantilever beam.

6. Determine the modulus of inertia of a fly wheel.

7. Determine the modulus rigidity of a closed coiled helical spring.

8. Find the forces in the members of a simple jib crane and compare them with analytical and graphical

method.

9. Find the forces in the members of a simple roof truss and compare them with analytical and graphical

method.

10. Find the efficiency of wheel and axle.

11. Find the efficiency of simple/differential screw jack.

12. Find the efficiency of worm and worm wheel.

13. Find the efficiency of single purchase crab.

14. Find the efficiency of wedge.

15. Determine the bending moment at a given section of simply supported beam and verify it

analytically.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End Sem

Subject

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P

every even semester

B.E. ENGINEERING Min

CHEMISTRY

CH01 Min D 5.0

Common D

Unit I WATER ANALYSIS & TREATMENT:

Sources, Impurities, Hardness, alkalinity & their determination by EDTA, Soap titration & O.Hehners method. Industrial water

requirement & characteristics, , Boiler trouble (carry over, scale and sludge, caustic embitterment) Boiler corrosion causes, effect &

remedies, Softening of water, internal treatments to boiler feed water, external treatments by various methods (L.S.,Zeolite, ion

exchange resin) Characteristics of municipal water & its treatment (reverse osmosis) Related Numerical problems.

Unit II FUELS & COMBUSTION:

Fossil fuels & classification, Calorific value, Determination of calorific value by Bomb calorimeter. Proximate and Ultimate analysis

of coal and their significance, calorific value Computation based on ultimate analysis data, Carbonization, Manufacturing of coke &

recovery of byproducts. Cracking of higher Hydrocarbons & mechanism of cracking, Knocking, relationship between knocking &

structure of hydrocarbon, improvement of anti knocking characteristics of IC engine fuels, Diesel engine fuels, octane number, cetane

number, combustion and its related numerical problems. Gaseous & bio fuels.Brief idea of Propellants for Rockets, their composition

& characteristics.

Unit III LUBRICANTS AND CEMENT

Lubricants: Introduction, Mechanism of lubrication, Classification of lubricants, Lubricating oils, grease & semisolid lubricants,

solid lubricants, synthetic lubricants, Properties and Testing of lubricating oils, (Viscosity & Viscosity index, flash and fire points,

cloud and pour point, Aniline value, Steam Emulsion Number, Neutralization No., Saponification value, Iodine value, carbon residue);

Numerical problems based on Viscosity Index.

Cement: Portland cement, Manufacturing, ISI specifications Setting & Hardening, Plaster of Paris (Preparation properties & uses),

Brief idea about the cement analysis.

Unit IV SPECIAL MATERIALS

Polymers: Introduction, types and classification of polymerization, Reaction Mechanism, Plastics, type of plastics

(Thermosetting and Thermoplastic) Preparation, Properties & uses of the following

Phenolic resin(Bakelite), amino resin (urea formaldehyde), polyester (glyptal, Dacron) silicon, epoxy, vinyl resin( PE, PS, PVC,

PMA,PMMA, Teflon, PVA), Amide resin (Nylon6,Nylon 6:6, Nylon 6:10, Kevlar,) Cellulose resin( Cellulose acetate, Cellulose

nitrate), Fiber- Saran, vinyon, orlon. Rubber Natural & Synthetic Rubber(Butyl Rubber, Neoprene, Buna N, Buna S, Thiokol,

Polyurethane), Vulcanization of Rubber.

(B) Refractory: Definition, classification and important properties of refractories.

Unit V INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES IN CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

(A) Basic concepts of spectroscopy: Applications of IR, UV & Visible. Lambert- Beers law.

(B) Analytical Techniques

1. pH metery

2. Conductometery.

3. Potentiometery.

(Related numerical problems.)

Reference Books:

1. J.C.Kuriakose and J.Rajaram, Chemistry in Engineering and Technology a. Vol.1 & 2, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing

Company (P) Ltd.New Delhi.

2. Engineering Chemistry Gopalan Venkappayya, Vikash Publication.

3. 3000 solved problems in Chemistry Goldberg, TMH

4. Engineering Chemistry B.K.Sharma, Krishna Publication.

5. A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry S.S.Dara & A.K.Singh, S. Chand Publication.

6. Applied Chemistry Theory and Practice, O.P.Viramani, A.K.Narula, New Age Pub.

7. Polymer Science Ghosh, Tata McGraw Hill.

8. Engineering Chemistry Jain & Jain

9. Engineering Chemistry Shashi Chawla

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

B.E. ENGINEERING Min Min

MATHEMATICS - I

MA01 5.0

Common D D

UNIT-I Expension of function Maclaurins and Taylors theorem. Partial differentiation, total differential

coefficients, homogeneous function, Eulers theorem, approximation and error. Differentiation

under integral sign. Maxima and Minima of two variables. Curve tracing (Cartesian and polar

curve), Curvature, Radius of Curvature.

UNIT-II Definite integral as limit of a sum, Application summation of series. Double interals, Change of

order of integrals. Triple integral, Length of curves, Area Voulme of surfaces using double and

triple integrals Beta and Gamma functions.

UNIT-III Ordinary differential equation of first order. Linear and higher degree. Linear higher order

differential equation with constant coefficients. Homogeneneous linear differential equation.

Simultaneous differentia equations.

UNIT-IV Rank of Matrix Solution of simultaneous equation by elementary transformation & consistency

of equation Eigen values and Eigen vactors, Cayfey Hamilton theorem and its application to find

the inverse Diagnolisation of matrices.

UNIT-V Boolean algebra Algebra of logic. Principle of Duality Basic theorems, Boolean Expressions and

functions. Graph theory.Graph subgraphs, degree and distance Tree,cycles and nNetwork

Elementry concept of fuzzy logic.

Reference Books:-

2. Higher Engineering Mathematics- By B.S. Grewal.

3. Engineering Mathematics.By K.A.Laxminarayan. Vikas pub. House Pvt.Ltd.

4. Advance Engineering Mathematics-Erwin Kreyszig.John Willy & sons.

5. Advance Engineering Mathematics-Wylie and Barrett.TMH.

6. Differential Calculus by Gorakh Prasad pothi shala publication.

7. Integral Calculus by Chandrika Prasad pothi shala publication.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End Sem

Subject

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P

every even semester

B.E. ENGINEERING Min

GRAPHICS

ME-03 Min D 5.0

Common D

UNIT I

SCALES: Representation factor, plain scales diagonal scales of chords.

CONICAL SECTIONS: Construction of ellipse parabola and hyperbola by different methods. Normal

and tangent.

SPECIAL CURVES: Cycloid Epy- Cycloid Hypo-cycloid involutes, Archimedian & logarithmic

spirals.

UNIT II

PROJECTIONS: Types, orthographic projections, first angle and third angle projection.

Projection of points and lines: Line inclined to one plane, inclined with the plane, True length and

True inclinations and true lengths of straight lines, traces of straight lines, auxiliary planes.

UNIT III

PROJECTION OF PLANES & SOLIDS: Projection of planes like circle and polygons in different

positions, Projection of polyhedrons like prism, pyramids and solids of revolutions like cylinders, cones

in different positions.

UNIT IV

SECTION OF SOLIDS: Section of right solids by normal and inclined planes,

DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES: parallel line and radial - line method for right solids.

UNIT V

INTERSECTION OF SURFACES: Intersection of cylinders, Prism, Pyramid, Cone, line cutting

plane method.

ISOMETRIC PROJCTIONS: Isometric scale, Isometric axes Isometric projections from

orthographic drawing.

Reference Books

1. Vosvesvaraua Tech. University : A Premier on Computer Aided Engg. Drawing; VTU Belgaum.

2. Bhatt. N.D. : Engineering Drawing, Charotar

3. Venu Gopal K : Engineering Graphics, New Age

4. John KC : Engg. Graphics for Degree; PHI.

5. Gill P.S. ;Engineering Drawing ; kataria

6. Jeyopoovan T ; Engineering Drawing & Graphics Using Auto CAD; Vikas

7. Agrawal & Agrawal ; Engineering Drawing ; TMH.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End Sem

Subject

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P

every even semester

BASIC

B.E. ELECTRICAL & Min. Min.

ELECTRONICS

EE56 5.0

Common D D

ENGINEERING

Unit I : Electrical Circuit Analysis : Voltage and Circuit sources, dependent and independent sources,

source conversion, DC circuits analysis using mesh & nodal method. Thevenins & superposition

theorem, star-delta transformation.

Unit II : Transformers : Review of laws of electromagnetism mmf. flux. and their relation, analysis of

magnetic circuits. Single-phase transformer, basic concepts and construction features, voltage,

circuit and impedance transformation, equivalent circuits, phasor diagram, voltage regulation,

losses and efficiency OC and SC test.

Unit III : Rotating Electric Machines : Constructional details of DC machine, induction machine and

synchronous machine. Working principle of 3-phase induction motor. Emf equation of 3 phase

induction motor. Concept of slit in 3-phase induction motor. Explanation of Torque-slip

characteristics of 3-phase induction motor. Classification of self excited DC motor and generator.

Unit IV : Digital Electronics : Number systems used in digital electronics decimal binary, octal,

hexadecimal, their complements operation and conversion floating point and signed numbers

Demorgans theorem, AND, OR, NOT NOR, NAND, EX-NOR, EX-OR gates and their

representation truth table half and full adder circuits, R-S flip flop, J-K flip flop.

characteristics. Bipolar junction transistors (BJT) and their working, introduction to CC,CB & CE transistor

configurations, different configurations and modes of operation of BJT, DC biasing of BJT

References :

1. Vincent Del Toro, Electrical Engineering Fundamentals, PHI learning, II Edition.

2. S.Ghosh Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering PHI II Edition.

3. Millman, Halkias & Parikh, Integrated Electronics, McGraw Hill, II Edition

4. Nagrath & Kothari, Sasic Electrical Engineering III Edition TMH

5. J.S.Katre, Basic Electronics Engg. Max Pub. Pune.

6. Hughes, Electrical and Electronic Technology, Pearson Edition IV Edition.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

T Code

P every even semester

B.E. COMMUNICATION Min Min

SKILLS

HS01 5.0

Common D D

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Unit I:

Linguistics, Phonetics, Signs / Symbols, Review of basic grammar, Paragraph writing, Precise

writing, Comprehension passage, Summary writing.

Unit II:

Business correspondence, Applications, Enquiry, Calling quotations, Order & Complaint letters; Note-

Writing, Notices, Slogan-writing, Advertisement.

Unit III:

Meaning and importance of communication, process of communication, verbal and non-verbal

communication, barriers of communication, Interview, Listening skill, Oral-Presentation,

Conversational

Practice on different situations, open group discussion on current issues.

Unit IV:

Report writing, Technical Reports, Types of reports, Telephonic conversation, Technical Description

of

Simple engineering objects.

Unit V:

(1) Narendranath Chakraborty Amalkanti (From Oxford Anthology of Modern Indian Poetry

eds. Dharwadkar & Ramanujan) (ii) Jawaharlal Nehru, Tryst with Destiny. (iii) Mirza Galib Delhi in

1857. (iv) Potrait of a Lady by Khushwant Singh (v) Night of the Scorpion by Nissim Ezikiel.

1. Business correspondence & Report writing By Sharma T.M.H.

2. Living English Structure By W.S. Allen, Longmans

3. English Grammar Ehrlich, Schaum Series, TMH

4. Spoken English for India By R.K. Bansal and IB Harrison (Orient Longman)

1. New International Business English By Joans and Alexander (OUP)

2. Effective Technical Communication Rizvi, TMH

3. Globerina software for language laboratory.

1. Addition of hard copies (phonetics) is necessary along with preparation with software.

2. Books on conversation practice.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End Sem

Subject

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P

every even semester

ENGINEERING

B.E. Min Min

CHEMISTRY CH02L 5.0

Common LAB D D

(Suggested Exercise)

NOTE: At least 10 of the following core experiments must be performed during the session.

1. Water Testing

(i) Determination of Total hardness by Complexometric Titration method.

(ii) Determination of mixed alkalinity (a) OH- &CO3-- (b)CO3 -- & HCO3-

(iii) Chloride ion estimation by Argentometric method.

2. Fuels & lubricant Testing :

(i) Flash & fire points determination by

(a) Pensky Martin Apparatus,

(b) Abels Apparatus,

(c) Clevelands open cup Apparatus.

(d) Calorific value by bomb calorimeter

(ii) Viscosity and Viscosity index determination by

(a) Redwood viscometer No. 1

(b) Redwood viscometer No.2.

(iii) Proximate analysis of coal

(a) Moisture content

(b) Ash content

(c) Volatile matter content

(d) Fixed Carbon

(iv) Steam emulsification No.& Anline point determination

(v) Cloud and pour point determination of lubricating oil

3. Alloy Analysis

(i) Determination of percentage of Fe in iron alloy by redox titration using N-Phenyl

anthranilic acid as internal indicator.

(ii) Determination of Cu and or Cr in alloys by Iodometric Titration.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End Sem

Subject

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P

every even semester

ENGINEERING

B.E. Min Min

GRAPHICS ME04L 5.0

Common PRACTICE D D

(Suggested Exercise)

Sheet No. 2 : Conical sections, Ellipse, Parabola & Hyperbola.

Sheet No. 3 : Special curves , Cycloid, Hypocycloid, Epicycloid, Involutes ,Spirals.

Sheet No. 4 : Projection of point and projection of line inclined to one plane.

Sheet No. 5 : Projection of line inclined to both the planes.

Sheet No. 6 : Projection of Planes

Sheet No. 7 : Projection of Solids.

Sheet No. 8 : Projection of section of solids.

Sheet No. 9 : Development of surfaces.

Sheet No. 10 : Intersection of solids.

Sheet No. 11 : Isometric Projections.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

BASIC

B.E. ELECTRICAL & Min Min

ELECTRONICS

EE57L 5.0

Common D D

ENGINEERING LAB

(Suggested Exercise)

2. Study of Transformer name plate rating, determination of rayio and polarity

3. Determination of equivalent circuit parameters of a single phase transformer by O.C. and S.C. tests and

estimation of voltage regulation and efficiency at various loading conditions and verification by load

test.

4. Seperation of resistance and inductance of choke coil.

5. Measurement of various line & phase quantities for a 3-phase circuit

6. Identification of different Electronics components.

7. Observing input and output waveforms of rectifiers.

8. Transistor application as amplifier and switch.

9. Verification of truth table for various gates.

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

COMMUNICATION

B.E. Min Min

SKILLS/LANGUAGE HS02L 5.0

Common LAB D D

(Suggested Exercise)

The objective of the language lab is to expose students to a variety of listening and speaking

drills. This would especially benefit students who are deficient in English and it also aims at confidence

building for interviews and competitive examinations. The lab is to cover following syllabus.

1. Communication Lab.

2. Listening Skills

3. Speaking Skills

(A) Phonetics symbols, Pronunciation

(B) Conversation Telephonic & face to face

4. Oral presentation

COURSE CONTENT & GRADE (w.e.f. July 2010)

Grade for End

Subject Sem

Branch Subject Title CGPA at the end of

Code T P every even semester

WORK SHOP

B.E. Min Min

PRACTICE ME05L 5.0

Common D D

(Suggested Exercise)

1. Black Smithy Shop:

1. Study of all types of tools used in Black Smithy Shop.

2. Study of forging Operations; Upsetting, drawing down, Fullering, swaging, flattening, cutting down,

Forge Welding, Punching and Drafting.

3. Study of Power Hammer.

4. To prepare a job: Round M.S. rod to square.

2. Moulding Shop:

1. Study of all types of tools used in Moulding Shop.

2. Study of all types of Moulding sands and their properties.

3. Study of all types of different types of Pattern allowances.

4. To Prepare moulds of Simple Solid Pattern.

3. Carpentry Shop:

1. Study of all types and specifications of different tools used in Carpentry Shop.

2. Study of different types of working wood.

3. Study of different types of joints used in Carpentry Shop.

4. To prepare jobs involving: Cross Lap joint, Half Lap joint, Mortise Joint, Tenon Joint, Dovetail Joint.

4. Pattern Shop:

1. Study of all types and specifications of different tools used in Carpentry Shop.

2. Study of different types of Patterns.

3. Study of different types of Pattern allowances.

4. To prepare a wood pattern of Connecting Rod.

5. Welding Shop:

1. Study of all types of tools used in Welding Shop.

2. Study of all types of Welding Joints.

3. Study of different types of Welding methods, Soldering and Brazing.

4. To Prepare Double V Butt Joint by Arc Welding.

5. To Prepare Double V Butt Joint by Gas Welding.

6. Fitting Shop:

1. Study of all types of tools used in Fitting Shop.

2. Study of all kinds of operations carried out in Fitting Joints.

3. Study of Drilling Machine.

4. Study of Grinder.

5. To Prepare a Simple Plate Gauge.

6. To Prepare a job involving Drilling and Tapping.

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