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VECTOR SPACE: General vector spaces , real vector spaces, Euclidean n-space, subspaces, linear independence, basis and
dimension, row space, column space and null space, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, diagonalization. (12+8)

ERRORS: computer arithmetic and errors. (2+2)

SYSTEM OF LINEAR EQUATIONS: Direct methods, Gauss elimination method, Gauss Jordan method, Crout’s method, iterative
methods, Gauss-Jacobi method, Gauss–Seidel method , convergence criteria. (4+3)

EIGEN VALUES AND EIGENVECTORS: Power method, Jacobi method. (3+3)

SOLUTONS OF NONLINEAR EQUATIONS: ,False position method, Newton’s method, convergence criteria, Bairstow’s method,
Graeffe’s root squaring method. (4+2)

APPROXIMATING FUNCTIONS: polynomial interpolation for uneven intervals , Lagrange’s interpolation polynomial, Newton’s
general interpolating formula, polynomial interpolation for even intervals, forward differences, backward differences. (5+3)

DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION: Numerical differentiation using forward and backward difference formulas, numerical
integration, closed Newton-Cotes formulas, trapezoidal and composite trapezoidal rule, simpson’s and composite simpson’s rule,
gaussian quadratures. (5+2)

ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: Numerical methods for IVP, single step methods , Euler method , Runge-Kutta
methods, modified Euler method, midpoint method (corrected Euler), fourth order Runge-Kutta method, predictor corrector
methods- Milne Simpson method, Adams Bashforth moulton Method, solution of second order BVP by finite difference method.
Total =L: 45 + P: 30 = 75
1. Howard Anton and Chirs Rorres “ Elementary Linear Algebra” John Wiley and Sons ,2010.
2. Curtis F Gerald and Patrick O Wheatly, “Applied Numerical Analysis”, Pearson Education, 2002.

1 David C.lay, “ Linear Algebra and its Applications ” Addison –Wesley ,2009.
2 Gareth Willams “ Linear Algebra with Applications” Narosa Publishing House , 2009
3 Steven C Chapra and Raymond P Canale, “Numerical Methods for Engineers with Software and Programming Applications”, Tata
McGraw Hill, 2007
4. Rizwan Butt “Introduction to Numerical Analysis Using Matlab” Infinity Science Press , 2008.


SCIENCE OF MEASUREMENT: Units and Standards –General concept and terminology of measurement systems– General input-
output configuration - Transducer classification –Static and Dynamic characteristics – Calibration techniques – Statistical analysis of
measurement data. (12)

RESISTANCE TRANSDUCERS: Principles of operation, construction details, characteristics of resistance transducers, resistance
potentiometers, Metal and semiconductor strain gauges. Signal conditioning circuits. Applications of strain gauge for measurement
of load and torque. (12)

INDUCTIVE TRANSDUCERS: LVDT, synchros and resolvers – associated signal conditioning circuits. Induction potentiometer,
variable reluctance transducers, eddy current transducers, magneto-strictive transducers, electro – magnetic sensors. Proximity
detectors. (12)

OTHER SENSORS: Principles of operation, construction, characteristics and signal conditioning circuits-Piezo-electric transducer,
IC sensor, capacitive transducer, thermocouples. Hall effect transducer, tachogenerator, stroboscope, photoelectric transducers,
gyroscope, seismic instruments and accelerometers, digital displacement transducers, fibre optic sensor. (12)

MICRO AND SMART SENSORS: MEMS sensors and actuators, principle and application. Smart sensors: Introduction
construction, advantages and application. (12)

Total = L: 60 = 60
1. Doebelin E O, “Measurement Systems – Application and Design,” Tata McGraw-Hill, 2010.
2. John P. Bentley, “Principles of Measurement Systems”, Pearson Education, 2009.

1. Murty D.V.S, “Transducers and Instrumentation”, Prentice-Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi, 2009.
2. Srinivasan A V, Michael D and Mc Farland, “Smart Structures: Analysis and Design,“ Cambridge University Press, 2001.
3. James W. Dally, William F. Riley and Kenneth G. McConnell, “Instrumentation for Engineering Measurements,” Wiley Publishers,
4. Gondi Ananthasuresh, K. J. Vinoy, S. Gopalakrishnan K. N. Bhat and V. Vasudev Aatre, “Micro and Smart Systems,” Wiley
Publishers, 2010.
5. Tai Ran Hsu, “MEMS and Microsystems: Design and Manufacture”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2011.


ELECTRO MECHANICAL INSTRUMENTS: Moving Iron, Moving Coil, Dynamometer type, Rectifier type- torque, errors- Thermal
instruments, Extension of voltmeter ranges, Instrument transformer errors, Characteristics. (9+6)

MEASUREMENT OF POWER AND ENERGY: Dynamometer type wattmeter – Torque expression, Ferrodynamic wattmeter,
Thermal type wattmeter, Single phase and Three phase power measurement, Energy measurement- max demand indicator, Power
Factor meter, Calibration of wattmeter and Energy meters-digital energy meters. (9+6)

MEASUREMENT OF RESISTANCE AND POTENTIOMETERS: DC bridges- low, high, precise resistance measurement, Megger.
Potentiometers- standard type potentiometer- Polar and co-polar type, A.C. potentiometers – their applications. (9+6)

IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENTS : Q of a coil – Maxwell bridge –Wien bridge – Hay’s bridge – Schering bridge – Anderson bridge –
Campbell bridge to measure mutual inductance – Errors in A.C. bridge methods and their compensations (9+6)

TEST AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: Analog and Digital multimeter, Signal Generator, Waveform analyzing instrument –
Distortion meter, Spectrum Analyzer, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Digital Storage Oscilloscope , Liquid Crystal Display. (9+6)

Total =L: 45 + T:30 = 75

1. David A Bell, “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements”, Oxford Pubilisher, 2010.
2. Sawhney A K, “A Course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi,

1. Golding E W, and Widdis F C, “Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments”, A H Wheeler Company, Calcutta, 2009.
2. Rangan C S, Sharma G R, and Mani V S., “Instrumentation Devices and Systems”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007.
3. Kalsi H S., “Electronic Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2010.
4. Doebelin E O, “Measurement Systems: Application and Design” , Tata McGraw Hill Publisher, 2010.
5. Helfrick D. Albert and Cooper W D , “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”, Prentice Hall of India Limited,
New Delhi, 2005.


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DC MACHINES: Construction and Principle of operation of DC Generator - EMF equation - Commutation- Characteristics of DC
Generator - Principle of operation of DC Motor - Torque equation- Characteristics of DC motors – Starting of DC motor - Speed
control of DC motors - Losses and efficiency calculations- Applications of DC machines. (11+3)

TRANSFORMERS: Construction and Principle of operation of transformer- EMF equation- Equivalent circuit - Testing of
Transformer - Regulation and efficiency calculations- All-Day Efficiency - Applications of single phase and three phase transformer
- Auto transformer. (9+3)

SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES: Construction and Principle of operation of alternators - EMF equation - determination of regulation -
Theory of operation of synchronous motor - Methods of starting- Effect of load and change of excitation - Synchronous Condenser
– Applications. (9+3)

INDUCTION MACHINES: Construction and Principle of operation of three phase induction motor– classification of induction motor-
Torque production – Torque slip characteristics - Maximum torque - Starting and speed control – Principle of operation of single
phase induction motor – Types of induction motors and their applications. (9+3)

SPECIAL MACHINES: Repulsion motor – Reluctance motor - Hysteresis motor - Universal motor – Brushless DC motor – Stepper
motor- Servomotor – Linear Induction motor. (7+3)
Total =L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Nagrath I J and Kothari D P, “Electric Machines”, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2010.
2. Gupta B R, and Vandana Singhal, “Fundamentals of Electrical Machines”, New Age International Publishers, 2010.

1. Theodore Wildi, “Electrical Machines, Drives and Power Systems”, Pearson Education, 2008.
2. Bimbhra, P S, “Electrical Machinery”, Khanna Publishers, 2008.
3. Sen P C, “Principles of Electrical Machines and Power Electronics”, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Singapore, 2007.
4. Bhattacharya S.K, “Electrical Machines”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008
5. Bandyopadhyay.M.N, “Electrical Machines Theory and Practice”, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2007.


BASIC CONCEPTS OF THERMODYNAMICS: System, property, state and equilibrium, process and cycle, work, heat and other
forms of energy. Zeroth law and application, first law - statement, applications to closed and open systems, statements - heat
engines and heat pump, reversibility, Carnot cycle and Carnot theorem, entropy, Clausius inequality. (7+0)

THERMO DYNAMIC CYCLES: Air standard cycles - Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Dual cycle, Brayton cycle. (6+0)

PURE SUBSTANCE: P-V diagram, Mollier diagram, dryness fraction, steam tables and charts of thermodynamic properties,
Rankine cycle. (6+0)

BASIC CONCEPT OF FLUID MECHANICS: Introduction – classification – types of fluids – properties – laws of pressure –
atmospheric, gauge, absolute pressure, pressure measurement – manometers – mechanical guages. (6+3)

FLOW OF FLUIDS: Introduction – types of fluid flow – velocity – rate equation of continuity – energy of a liquid in motion – head of a
liquid – Bernoulli’s theorem – orifice and venturi meter, Pitot tubes. (6+6)

FLOW THROUGH CIRCULAR PIPES: Pipes in series and parallel. Reynolds number, Darcy-Weisbach equation, use of Moody
diagram, minor losses-sudden expansion, sudden contraction and losses in pipe fittings. (6+9)

TURBINES AND PUMPS: Impulse type - Pelton wheel, Reaction type - Francis, Kaplan and Propeller, principle of operation,
calculation of main dimensions, regulation and performance. Draft tube, function and types. Cavitation in turbines. Introduction –
types of pumps – centrifugal pump – classification – working principle – specific speed, calculation of main dimensions.
Total =L: 45 + P:30 = 75
1. Nag P K, "Engineering Thermodynamics", Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1988.
2. Kothandaraman C P and Rudramoorthy R, " Basic Fluid Mechanics", New age International Publishers, Chennai,1998.

1. Bansal R.K., "Engineering Fluid Mechanics", Eurasia Publications Limited, 1990.
2. Kumar D S, "Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering ", Kataria S K and Sons, New Delhi, 1997.
3. Holman J P, "Thermodynamics", McGraw Hill Book Company, 1988.
4. Kothandaraman C P and Domkundwar S, "Engineering Thermodynamics", Part I, SI Units, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, 1988.

STRUCTURE AND COMPOSITION OF ATMOSPHERE: Environment - definition, scope and importance of environmental study -
composition of atmosphere - classification of elements, chemical speciation. Particles, ions and radicals in the atmosphere.
Thermochemical and photochemical reactions in the atmosphere. (6)

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING: Indian standards for pollution levels (concentrations) in respect of air quality and water quality.
Noise levels. Impact of pollution on human health, vegetation, animals and property value. Biological quality of water bacteria and
virus – applications of sophisticated microscopes including electron microscope for identification of microbial organisms.

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT: Definition – causes, effects and control measures of air
pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, marine pollution, noise pollution, thermal pollution and nuclear hazards. Disaster
management - floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides. Solid waste management - causes, effects and control measures of
municipal solid wastes (hospital wastes, hazardous wastes and e-wastes). Role of an individual in prevention of pollution.

ELEMENTS IN WATER AND AIR: Elemental concentration in water – Mercury, lead, chromium, arsenic, zinc, cadmium, copper,
selenium, nickel, sodium, potassium, lithium – measurement techniques for these parameters. Air pollutants – gases, vapours,
particulate matter and their impact. Air quality standards prescribed by BIS. (9)

WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS: pH – conductivity – temperature – turbidity – chemical pollutants – Chlorides – sulphates –
sulphides – Nitrates and nitrides – phosphates – fluoride, Phenolic compounds – measurement techniques for these parameters.
Measurement techniques for particulate matter in air – oxides of sulphur, oxides of nitrogen, unburnt hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide,
carbon monoxide, ozone. (12)
Total = L: 45 = 45

1. De A K, “Environmental Chemistry”, Wiley Eastern Publisher, 1989.
2. Gilbert M Masters, “Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science”, Prentice Hall of India, 2004.

1. Clair Nathan Sawyer, Perry L. McCarty, Gene F. Parkin, “Chemistry for Environmental Engineering and Science”, McGraw Hill
Science, 2002.
2. Benny Joseph, “Environmental Science and Engineering”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.
3. Mahajan S. P. Pollution Control in Process Industries, Tata McGraw Hill, 1985.


0 0 3 1.5
1. Measurement of strain using strain gauges.
2. Measurement of displacement using LVDT.
3. Measurement of sound intensity.
4. Study of characteristics of temperature sensors.
5. Measurement of vibration.
6. Measurement of pressure.
7. Measurement using proximity sensors.
8. Loading effect of Potentiometer.
9. Design of Opto-coupler using photoelectric transducers.
10. Measurement using digital transducer.
Total = P:45

1. John P. Bentley, “Principles of Measurement Systems”, Pearson Education, 2009.
2. Laboratory manual prepared by the Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, 2012.

0 0 3 1.5
1. No-load and Load Characteristics of DC Shunt and Compound Generator
2. Load Characteristics of DC Series Motor
3. Load Characteristics of DC Shunt and Compound Motor
4. Load Test on 1-phase Transformer
5. Open Circuit and Short Circuit Tests on 1-phase Transformer
6. Load Test on 3-phase Induction Motor
7. Load Test on 1-phase Induction Motor
8. Load Test on 3-phase Alternator
9. Electrical Braking of DC motor and 3-phase Induction Motor
10. Speed control of 3-phase induction motor.
Total = P:45

1. Gupta B R, and Vandana Singhal, “Fundamentals of Electrical Machines”, New Age International Publishers, 2010.
2. Laboratory manual prepared by the Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, 2012.



3 1 0 3.5
PROBABILITY: Introduction, axioms of probability, conditional probability, independence , Bayes formula (4+1)

RANDOM VARIABLES: Discrete random variables – Probability mass function ,cumulative distribution function, expectations,
variances and moments of discrete random variables, Bernoulli and Binomial Random Variables, Poisson Random Variables,
Geometric Random Variables. (6+2)

Continuous random v ariables-probability density functions, expectations and variances of continuous random variables, uniform,
normal and exponential random variables. (6+2)

MULTIPLE RANDOM VARIABLES: Joint distribution of two random variables, joint probability mass function, joint probability
density function , independence of discrete and continuous random variables, correlation. (4+1)

SUM OF RANDOM VARIABLES: Expectations of Sums , pdf of the Sum of two random variables, moment generating function ,
sums of independent Gaussian random variables , central limit theorem, laws of large numbers (5+2)

STATISTICAL INFERENCE: Estimation of a random variable, linear estimation of X given Y, MAP and ML Estimation (5+2)

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES: Definition, types of Stochastic Processes – Poisson Processes , The Brownian Motion Process ,
expected value and correlation , stationary processes, wide sense stationary processes (8+3)

RANDOM SIGNAL PROCESSING: Linear filtering of a random process, power spectral density, cross correlations, Gaussian
processes (7+2)
Total =L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Roy D.Yates and David J Goodman, “ Probability and Stochastic Processes – A friendly Introduction for Electrical and Computer
Engineers”, John Wiley and Sons, 2005
2. Athanasios Papoulis and S.Unnikrishna Pillai,“Probability, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes”, McGraw Hill, 2002.

1. Sheldon M.Ross, “Stochastic Processes”, John Wiley and Sons, ,2004.
2. Medhi.J. “ Stochastic Processes”, New Age International Publishers , 2002.
3. Saeed Ghahramani, “Fundamentals of Probability with Stochastic Processes”, Prentice Hall, 2005.
4. Trivedi K .S, “ Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queueing and Computer Science Applications”, Prentice Hall, 2003

3 1 0 3.5
NUMBER SYSTEMS AND BOOLEAN ALGEBRA: Review of Number Systems – Number representation: Signed, Unsigned, Fixed
point, Floating point. Computer codes – BCD, Gray code, Excess 3 code, Error detection and correction codes, Parity, Hamming
codes. Boolean algebra – Basic Postulates and theorems, Switching functions, Canonical forms, Logic gates. (9+3)

COMBINATIONAL LOGIC DESIGN: Standard representation of logic functions – Incompletely specified functions, Simplification of
logic functions through K – maps and Quine-McClusky method, Implementation using logic gates: Binary / BCD adders and
subtractors, Carry look ahead adder, Magnitude comparator, Decoders, Encoders, Multiplexers and Demultiplexers. Implementation
of Combinational circuits using Multiplexers and Demultiplexers. (9+3)

SEQUENTIAL LOGIC DESIGN: General model of sequential circuits – Latch, Flip Flops- Level triggering, Edge triggering, Master
slave configuration. Mealy/Moore models – Concept of state, State diagram, State table. Design of synchronous sequential circuits
– Up-down / Modulus counters, Sequence detector, Shift register : Ring counter, Johnson counter, Timing diagram. State reduction
procedures using Partitioning and Implication chart. Introduction to Asynchronous Sequential Circuits – Fundamental mode and
Pulse mode circuits. (9+3)

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES: Semicustom design. Introduction to PLDs – ROM, PAL, PLA, FPLA, FPLS. Architecture of
PLDs – PAL 22V10, PLS 100/101, Implementation of digital functions. (9+3)

DIGITAL LOGIC FAMILIES: Characteristics of digital ICs – Voltage and current ratings, Noise margin, Propagation delay, Power
dissipation. TTL logic family – Totem pole, Open collector and tristate outputs, LS, ALS and Fast sub families. MOS transistor
switches –nMOS Inverter / Logic gates, CMOS Inverter / logic gates, ECL logic families, Comparison of performance of various logic
families, Interfacing TTL and CMOS devices. (9+3)
Total =L: 45 + T :15 = 60
1. Tocci R J and Widmer.N S, “Digital Systems : Principles and applications” , Pearson Education Pvt. Ltd, 2011.
2. Donald D Givone, “Digital Principles and Design”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2009.

1. Palmer J E, and Perlman D E, “Introduction to Digital systems”, Schaum’s outline series, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2004.
2. Anand Kumar, “Fundamentals of Digital Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2010.
3. Morris Mano, “Digital Design”, Prentice Hall, 2009.
4. Donald P Leach, Albert Paul Malvino, and Goutam Saha, “Digital Principles and applications”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2011.
5. Thomas L Floyd, “Digital Fundamentals", Prentice Hall, 2005.


3 1 0 3.5
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER CHARACTERISTICS: Functional Block Diagram – Symbol, Characteristics of an ideal operational
amplifier, Circuit schematic of µA 741, Open loop gain, CMRR-input bias and offset currents, input and output offset voltages, offset
compensation techniques. Frequency response characteristics –
characteristics. (9+3)

LINEAR APPLICATIONS OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS: Inverting and Non-inverting amplifiers – Voltage follower, Summing
amplifier, Differential amplifier, Instrumentation amplifier. Integrator and Differentiator – Practical considerations. Voltage to Current
and Current to Voltage converters, Phase changers. Active filters – Design of low pass, high pass, wide band pass and Band stop
Butterworth filters, Narrow band pass and notch filters. (9+3)

NON LINEAR APPLICATIONS OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS: Comparator – Regenerative comparator, Zero crossing
detector, Window detector, Sample and Hold circuit, Precision diode, Half and Full wave rectifiers, Active peak detector, Clipper and
Clamper, Logarithmic and Exponential amplifiers- Square and Triangular waveform generators. (9+3)

VOLTAGE REGULATORS AND SPECIAL FUNCTION ICs: Block diagram of 723 general purpose voltage regulator – Circuit
configurations, Current limiting schemes, Output current boosting, Fixed and adjustable three terminal regulators, Switching
regulators. 555 Timer Functional block diagram and description – Monostable and Astable operation, Applications, 566 Voltage
Controlled Oscillator, Analog Multiplier, Comparator ICs. PLL Functional Block diagram – Principle of operation, Building blocks of
PLL, Characteristics, Derivations of expressions for Lock and Capture ranges, Applications: Frequency synthesis, AM and FM
detection, FSK demodulator, Motor speed control using pulse width modulation. (9+3)

A-D and D-A CONVERTERS: Digital to Analog Converters: Binary weighted and R-2R Ladder types – Analog to digital converters:
Continuous, Counter ramp, Successive approximation, Single slope, Dual slope and Parallel types – Sigma Delta ADC-DAC/ADC
performance characteristics. (9+3)

Total =L: 45 + T:15 = 60

1. Roy Choudhury and Shail Jain, “Linear Integrated Circuits”, New Age International Limited, 2010.
2. Gayakwad A R, “OP-amps and Linear Integrated circuits”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2009.

1. Coughlin F R, and Driscoll F F, “Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2008.
2. Sedra and Smith, “Microelectronic Circuits”, Oxford University Press, 2009.
3. Michael Jacob J, “Applications and Design with Analog Integrated Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2008.
4. David A Bell, “Operational Amplifiers and Linear ICs”, Prentice Hall of India, 2009.
5. Sergio Franco, “Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits”, McGraw Hill, 2009.


INTRODUCTION : Data types – Abstract data types - Primitive and Non-Primitive Data Structures – Linear and Non-linear Data
structures . (3)

ALGORITHMS : Structure and properties of Algorithms – Design and development of algorithm-Data structures Vs Algorithms –
Analysis of Algorithms – Best case, Average case, Worst case – Asymptotic Notations – Recursive Algorithms – Analysis. (5)

ARRAYS : Array operations – Memory Representation – Multi Dimensional Arrays – Applications– Sparse Matrix – Strings –
Operations on Strings. (4)

STACK : Array implementation – Applications – Infix, prefix, Postfix expressions – Conversions . (4)

QUEUES : Array implementation – Operations – Circular Queue – Priority Queues – Dequeue – Applications of Linear and Priority
Queues (5)

LINKED LIST : Singly Linked List – Circularly Linked List – Doubly Linked List -Operations–Linked Stacks and Queues- Applications

TREES : Terminologies - Binary trees – Memory Representations – Operations - Traversals – Applications. (5)

SORTING : Bubble Sort – Insertion Sort – Quick Sort – Heap Sort – Algorithms and Time Complexity. (6)

SEARCHING : Linear Search – Binary Search – Binary Search Trees – Insertion and deletion – Hashing – Hash functions –
Separate Chaining – Open Addressing – Linear Probing – Quadratic Probing – Applications – Dictionary. (8)

Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Alfred V.Aho, John E.Hopcraft,Jeffrey D.Ullman,”Data structures and Algorithms”,Pearson Eductation,2009
2. Sahni Sartaj, “Data Structures, Algorithms and Applications in C++”, University Press, 2005

1. Mark Allen Weiss, “ Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++”, Addison-Wesley, 2006.
2. Aaron M Tanenbaum, Moshe J Augenstein and Yeddidyah Langsam, “Data Structures using C and C++”, Prentice Hall of India,
3.Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E Leiserson and Ronald L Rivest, “Introduction to Algorithms”, Prentice Hall, 2005.


INTRODUCTION: Basic structure of control systems - Open loop and Closed loop systems – Servomechanism - Transfer function
– Models of Mechanical systems, Thermal and hydraulic systems – electrical analogy of physical systems - Transfer function of DC
motor - Block diagram representation of physical systems - Block diagram algebra - Signal flow graphs and Mason’s gain rule.

TIME RESPONSE ANALYSIS: Types of test inputs – Response of first and second order system, Time domain specifications- Error
coefficients – Generalized error series - . Concepts of stability: Characteristic equation – location of roots – Asymptotic stability and
Relative stability – Routh-Hurwitz stability criterion - P, PI and PID controllers. (9+6)

ROOT LOCI : Effects of pole zero addition – desired closed loop pole location and the dominance condition – Root locus concept –
Properties of root loci and applications – stability range from the loci – determination of roots from the closed loop system – transient
response and stability from root locus. (9+6)

FREQUENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS: Frequency domain specifications – Correlation between time and frequency responses for
second order systems- Frequency domain techniques –Nyquist and Bode plot – Gain Margin – Phase margin - Nyquist Stability
criterion – Determination of Nyquist stability - Bode plot - Stability margins on Bode plot. (9+8)

COMPENSATORS: Types of compensation – Lag, Lead and Lag–Lead compensating networks– Design of compensator using
root locus – Design of compensator using Bode plots. (9+4)

Total =L: 45 + T:30 = 75

1. Nagrath I J and Gopal M, “Control System Engineering “, New Age International Pvt Ltd, 2008.
2. Ogata K, “Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd., New Delhi, 2010.

1. Norman S Nise, “Control System Engineering “, John wiley and sons, inc., 2009.
2. Benjamin C Kuo, “Automatic Control Systems”, Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd, 2010.
3. Richard C Dorf, Robert H Bishop, “Modern Control Systems”, Pearson Education, 2011.
4. Smarajith Ghosh “ Control Systems Theory and Applications”, Pearson Education, Singapore, 2011.
5. Bandyopadhyay M.N., “Control Engineering Theory and Practice”, Prentice Hall of India, 2006.


PRESSURE MEASUREMENT: Manometers-Different Types-Bourdon tube-Bellows- Diaphrams. Electrical Methods-elastic
elements with LVDT and strain gauges-capacitive type pressure gauge -piezo resistive pressure sensors-Low pressure
measurement-McLeod gauge-thermal conductivity gauges-Ionization gauge-Cold cathode and hot cathode types – testing and
calibration of pressure gauges – Dead weight tester. (12)

LEVEL MEASUREMENT: Float type level indication-level switches-differential pressure method- open and closed head-Mounting
Issues-Purge system-Electrical methods of level measurement using resistance, capacitance, nuclear radiation and ultrasonic
sensors. (12)

TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT: Different types of filled-in system thermometer, sources of errors and their compensation,
Bimetallic thermometer, Electrical methods of temperature measurement: RTD –Types of RTD - 3 wire and 4 wire RTDs,
thermistor – linearization , applications – intergrated circuit sensors – diode type sensors – temperature switches and thermostat.

THERMOCOUPLES AND RADIATION PYROMETERS: Thermocouple – Types of Thermocouple - laws of thermocouple,

fabrication of industrial thermocouples, signal conditioning, cold junction compensation, special techniques for measuring high
temperature using thermocouples – Thermocouple burnout detection – Radiation pyrometers – radiation fundamentals, radiation
methods of temperature measurement, Total radiation pyrometers, optical radiation pyrometers – ultrasonic thermometers – fiber
optic temperature measurement. (12)

MEASUREMENT OF VISCOSITY, HUMIDITY AND MOISTURE: Viscosity measurement – Say bolt viscometer – rotameter type
viscometer – humidity terms – dry and wet bulb psychrometers-hotwire electrode type hygrometer-dew cell – electrolysis type
hygrometer – moisture measurement – different methods of moisture measurement. (12)
Total =L: 60 = 60
1. Donald P Eckman, “Industrial Instrumentation” CBS publishers and distributors, 2004.
2. Nakra B C and Chaudary K K, “Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New
Delhi, 2010.

1. Ernest O Doebelin, “Measurement systems Application and Design”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.
2. Patranabis D, “Principles of Industrial Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Ltd., New Delhi, 2009.

3. Andrew W.G, Williams H B “Applied Instrumentation in Process Industries”, Houghton Mifflincom publisher, 2002.
4. Liptak B.G, “Process Measurement and Analysis”, Chilton Book Company, Radnor, Pennsylvania, 2003.
5. Gregory K, McMillan and Douglas M Considine, “Process/ Industrial Instruments and Controls Handbook”, Tata McGraw Hill,


0 0 3 1.5
1. Study of Basic Digital ICs and Implementation of Adder and Subtractor circuits
2. Design and Implementation of Combinational circuits
3. Study of Flip-flops
4. Design and Implementation of Counters and registers.
5. Design of Synchronous sequential circuit.
6. Linear applications using op-amp
7. Non Linear applications using op-amp
8. Performance characteristics of Voltage Regulator Ics
9. Study of 555 Timer and 566 VCO
10. Design and Implementation of Active Filters.
Total = P:45

1. Denton J. Dailey, “Laboratory Manual for Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits”, McGraw Hill Education, 1989.
2. Laboratory manual prepared by the Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, 2012.


0 0 3 1.5
1. Resistance Measurement using Wheatstone bridge and Kelvin’s Double bridge
2. Measurement using Schering Bridge and Anderson Bridge
3. Extension of instrument ranges
4. Calibration of Energy meter using Phantom loading method.
5. Separation of Iron loss.
6. Time response characteristics of a first and second order systems.
7. Design of compensation networks.
8. Study of electronic PD, PI, PID controller.
9. Determination of transfer function of DC Servomotor.
10. Determination of transfer function of AC Servomotor.

Total = P:45

1. Golding E W, and Widdis F C, “Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments”, A H Wheeler and Company,Calcutta,
2. Ogata K, “Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd., New Delhi, 2010.
3. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Instrumentation and Control System Engineering,2012.



ARCHITECTURE OF 8-BIT AND 16-BIT MICROPROCESSOR: Architecture of 8-bit and 16-bit microprocessors, bus
configurations, CPU module, introduction to assembly language programming, instruction set of a typical 8-bit and 16 bit
microprocessor, subroutines and stacks, programming exercises, Timing diagrams. (10+6)

INTERFACING: Memory Interfacing: Interface requirements – Address space partitioning – Buffering of Buses – Timing constraints
- Memory control signals – Read and write cycles –Typical EPROM, RAM Interfacing. I/O INTERFACING: Memory mapped I/O
scheme – I/O mapped I/O scheme – Input and Output cycles – Simple I/O ports –Interfacing simple keyboards and LED displays -
Programmable peripheral interface (8255)- Programmable Timer(8253) (9+6)

INTERRUPTS AND DIRECT MEMORY ACCESS: Interrupt feature – Need for interrupts - Characteristics of Interrupts – Types of
Interrupts – Interrupt structure – Methods of servicing interrupts - Development of Interrupt service subroutines – Multiple interrupt
requests and their handling – Programmable Interrupt controller (8259). Data transfer schemes – Need for Direct Memory
Access – Devices for handling DMA – Typical DMA Controller features. (9+6)

MICROCONTROLLERS: Introduction to Microcontrollers – Difference between a Microprocessor and a Microcontroller- Intel 8051
based Microcontrollers: Architecture- Memory Organization - Structure of Ports 0,1,2,3 – Interrupt structure of 8051-Timer/Counter
of 8051-Serial port structure of 8051 – Special Function Registers associated with Interrupts, Timers, Serial Communication. (9+6)

PROGRAMMING OF 8051 MICROCONTROLLER: Addressing modes of 8051 Microcontroller-instruction set of 8051

Microcontroller- development of simple arithmetic, table processing and I/O manipulation programs. (8+6)

Total =L: 45 + T:30 = 75

1. Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Janice Gillispie Mazidi,a and Rolin D Mckinlay , “8051 microcontroller and embedded systems”, Pearson
Education, New Delhi, 2009.
2. Soumitra Kumar Mandal, “ Microprocessors and Microcontrollers”, McGraw Hill Inc., New Delhi, 2011.

1. Ramesh S Goankar, “Microprocessor Architecture: Programming and Applications with the 8085 “, Penram International, 2002.
2. Douglas V Hall., “Microprocessor and Interfacing : Programming and Hardware”, McGraw Hill Inc., New Delhi, 2010.
3. Kenneth L Short., “Microprocessors and Programmed Logic”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2007.
4. John B Peatman., "Design with Microcontrollers", McGraw Hill, Singapore, 2008.
5. Kenneth Ayala, “The 8051 Microcontroller”, Thomson Delmar Learning, 2008.


3 1 0 3.5
DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS: Need and benefits of Digital Signal Processing – Sampling and Quantization of
signal-Basic sequences and sequence operations-Concept of System-Properties of LTI system – Linear and Circular convolution -
Overlap add and Overlap Save methods- Auto correlation and cross correlation. (9+3)

TRANSFORM: Discrete Fourier Transform – Properties – Fast Fourier Transform - Decimation in Time FFT algorithms- Decimation
n Frequency FFT algorithms- Introduction to Discrete Hilbert transform. (9+3)

TRANSFORM ANALYSIS OF LTI SYSTEM: Frequency response of LTI system-System functions for systems characterized by
Linear Constant Coefficient Difference Equations – Frequency response for rational system functions- Minimum phase systems.
DESIGN OF DIGITAL FILTERS: Characteristics of IIR and FIR filters - FIR filter design: windowing, frequency sampling and optimal
methods- IIR filter design: impulse invariant and bilinear Z transform-Realization structures of filters: direct form, cascade, parallel,
and lattice and ladder realization-Concept of round off and truncation-Effect of coefficient quantization-Effect of round-off noise in
digital filters-Limit cycle oscillation due to round-off and truncation. (9+3)

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS: Need for Digital Signal Processor- Computer architectures for signal processing – fixed and
floating point processor- Architecture of TMS320C64xx processor-addressing mode-instruction set and simple programs. (9+3)

Total =L: 45 + T:15 = 60

1. Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer and John R. Buck, “Discrete-Time Signal Processing”, Pearson Education, 2009.
2. Venkataramani B and Bhaskar M, “Digital Signal Processors: Architecture, Programming and Applications”, Tata McGraw Hill,

1. Ludeman L C, “Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing”, John Wiley, Inc, Singapore, 2009.
2. John G Proakis and Dimitris G Manolakis, “Digital Signal processing, Principles, Algorithms and Applications”, Prentice Hall of
India Private Limited, New Delhi, 2003.
3. Mitra S K, “Digital Signal Processing – A Computer based Approach”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2010.
4. Johnny R. Johnson, “Introduction to Digital Signal Processing”, Prentice Hall of India, 2009.
5. Avatar Singh and S. Srinivasan, “Digital Signal Processing Implementations”, Cengage Learning, 2009.

3 1 0 3.5
AM SYSTEM: Introduction – Amplitude Modulation theory – Modulation index and percentage of modulation – Frequency Spectrum
– Representation – Power relation – AM Generation Evolution and description of SSB – Balanced Modulator – Advantages of Single
de Band Transmission – AM transmitter – AM receiver – AM envelope detector. (9+3)

FM SYSTEM: Frequency Modulation – Phase Modulation – Armstrong method of FM generation –Balanced slope detector- Foster
seely discriminator- Ratio detector – FM transmitter – FM Broadcast receiver – Comparison of wideband and narrowband FM. (9+3)

DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: Advantage of Digital Data transmission – Sampling – Pulse Code Modulation – Channel
coding – Line coding – Digital Modulation schemes: ASK, FSK, QPSK, BPSK – Digital Communication Receiver – Synchronization.

FIBRE OPTIC SYSTEM: Need for fibre optic system – Electrical versus optical systems – System model – Wavelength selections –
Optical communication choice – Optical system details and fibre types – losses in optical fiber cables –Wavelength Division
Multiplexing. (9+3)

ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: Cellular telephone system –Advanced Mobile Phone System - Digital Cell Phone
Systems – Introduction to wireless technologies- Wireless LAN –Introduction to Bluetooth technology. (9+3)

Total = L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Wayne Tomasi, ’’Advanced Electronic Communication Systems”, Prentice Hall Inc., 1998.
2. Louis E. Frenzel, “Principles of Electronic Communication Systems”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.

1. Kennedy G, ”Electronic Communication System”, McGraw Hill Inc, 2009.
2. Simon Haykin, “An Introduction to Analog and Digital Communications”, Wiley, 2010.
3. Keiser, “Optical Fiber Communications”, McGraw Hill, 2008.
4. Michael Fitz, “Fundamentals of Communication Systems”, McGraw Hill, 2010..
5. Lathi B.P. and Zhi Ding, “Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems”, Oxford University Press, 2010.


STATE VARIABLE ANALYSIS: Need for state space approach – concepts of state variables and state model-state model for
linear time invariant systems: State space representation using Physical, Phase and Canonical variables. Transfer function from
state model – Transfer matrix – Decomposition of transfer functions- Direct, Cascade and Parallel decomposition techniques.

SYSTEM TRANSFORMATION AND RESPONSE: Characteristic equation – Eigen values and Eigen vectors – Invariance of Eigen
values – Diagonalization – Jordan Canonical form. Solution of state equation – State Transition Matrix – Properties of State
Transition Matrix. (9+6)

CONTROLLABILITY AND OBSERVABILITY : Concepts of Controllability and Observability – Kalman’s and Gilbert’s tests –
Controllable and observable phase variable forms – Effect of pole-zero cancellation on controllability and observability. Pole
placement by state feedback- Full and reduced order observers. (9+6)

STABILITY: Lyapunov stability analysis – stability in the sense of Lyapunov – Definiteness of Scalar Functions – Quadratic forms –
Second method of Lyapunov – Lyapunov stability analysis of linear time invariant systems. (8+4)

ANALYSIS OF DISCRETE DATA SYSTEM: State space representation of Discrete Data Systems- Selection of Sampling period-
Data Hold- Modified Z transform-Pulse transfer function. Design of Controllers: Pole placement Technique- Response of closed loop
system. (9+6)

Total =L: 45 + T:30 = 75

1. Katsuhiko Ogata, “Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice Hall of India Private Ltd., New Delhi, 2010.
2. Gopal M, “Digital Control and State Variable Methods”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, India, 2009.

1. Nagrath I J and Gopal M “Control Systems Engineering”, New Age International Publisher, , New Delhi, 2008.
2. Norman S Nise, “Control Systems Engineering”, John Wiley and Sons, Inc, Delhi, 2009.
3. Benjamin C Kuo, “Automatic Control Systems”, Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd, 2010.
4. Robert H. Bishop and Richard C. Dorf, “Modern Control Systems”, Pearson Education, 2011.
5. Bandyopadhyay M.N., “Control Engineering-Theory and Practice”, Prentice Hall of India, 2006.


HEAD TYPE FLOW METERS: Variable head type flow meters – Orifice plate – Venturi tube – Flow nozzle – Dall tube - Pitot tube –
installation of head flow meters – Piping arrangement for different fluids. (12)

Constructional details and theory of operation of mutating disc, reciprocating piston, oval gear and helix type flow meters –
Inferential meter – Turbine flow meter – Rotameter – Theory and installation – Angular momentum mass flow meter – Coriolis mass
flow meters – Thermal mass flow meters – Volume flow meter plus density measurement – Calibration of flow meters – Dynamic
weighing method. (12)

ELECTRICAL TYPE FLOW METER : Principle and constructional details of electromagnetic flow meter – Different types of
excitation schemes used – Different types of ultrasonic flow meters – Laser doppler anemometer systems – Vortex shedding flow
meter – Target flow meter – Solid flow rate measurement – Guidelines for selection of flow meter. (12)

ELECTROMAGNETIC COUPLING: Introduction, Interference coupling mechanism, basics of circuit layout and grounding, concepts
of Interfaces, filtering and shielding. Safety: Introduction, electrical hazards, hazardous areas and classification, Non hazardous
areas, enclosures – NEMA types, fuses and circuit breakers, protection methods: purging, explosion proofing and intrinsic safety.
PROCESS WORK FLOW: Specification of instruments, preparation of project documentation, process flow sheet, Instrument index
sheet, Instrument specification sheet, panel drawing and specifications. (12)
Total =L: 60 = 60
1. John P Bentley, “Principles of Measurement Systems”, Pearson education, 2009.
2. Renganathan S, “Flow Meters” Allied Publishers, 2003.

1. Andrew W.G and Williams H B “Applied Instrumentation in Process Industries”, Houghton Mifflincom publisher, 2002.
2. Liptak B.G, “Process Measurement and Analysis”, Chilton Book Company, Radnor, Pennsylvania, 2003.
3. Gregory K MCMillan and Douglas M Considine, “Process/ Industrial Instruments and Controls Handbook”, Tata McGraw Hill,
4. Noltingk .B.E., “Instrumentation Reference Book”, Butterworth Heinemann, 1995.
5. Bouwens A J, “Digital Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.
6. Ronald D Joslin Daniel N Miller, “Fundamentals and Applications of Modern Flow Control”, AIAA 2009.
7. Jain R K, “Mechanical and Industrial Measurements”, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2009.


0 0 3 1.5
1. Familiarization with 8-bit, 16-bit microprocessors
2. Exercise with entry and manipulation of data (addressing mode)
3. Programming exercises with 8-bit microprocessor
4. Programming exercises with 16-bit microprocessor
5. Programming exercise with Programmable Peripheral Interface
6. Programming exercise with interrupts
7. Scrolling display using 8279
8. Interfacing with ADC
9. Interfacing with DAC
10. Stepper motor interface
Total = P:45

1. Ramesh S Goankar, “Microprocessor Architecture: Programming and Applications with the 8085 “, Penram International, 2002.
2. Muhammad Ali Mazidi Janice Gillispie Mazidi Rolin D Mckinlay , “8051 microcontroller and embedded systems”, Pearson
Education, New Delhi, 2009.
3. Laboratory manual prepared by the Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, 2012.


0 0 3 1.5
1. Generation of discrete time sequences
2. Operation on discrete time sequences
3. Sampling and quantization of signal
4. Linear and circular convolution
5. Auto correlation and cross correlation
6. Discrete time Fourier transform of discrete time sequences
7. Analysis of Moving Average System
8. FIR filter design using window
9. FIR filter design using frequency sampling
10. IIR filter design
Total = P:45

1. Vinay K. Ingle, John G. Proakis, “Digital Signal Processing using MATLAB”, Cengage Learning, 2009.
2. Laboratory manual prepared by the Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, 2012.


0 0 3 1.5
The mini-project involves the following:

 Preparing a project - brief proposal including

 Problem Identification
 A statement of system / process specifications proposed to be developed (Block Diagram / Concept tree)
 List of possible solutions including alternatives and constraints
 Cost benefit analysis
 Time Line of activities

 A report highlighting the design finalization [based on functional requirements & standards (if any) ]
 A presentation including the following:

 Implementation Phase (Hardware / Software / both)

 Testing & Validation of the developed system
 Learning in the Project

 Consolidated report preparation



3 1 0 3.5
SPECTRO PHOTOMETERS: Spectral methods of analysis – UV, Visible, IR, FTIR, atomic absorption – Flame emission mass
spectrophotometers – Sources-detectors-Application. (9+3)

ION CONDUCTIVITY AND DISSOLVED COMPONENT ANALYSER : Sampling systems – Ion selective electrodes – Conductivity
meters – pH meters – Dissolved oxygen analyzer – Sodium analyzer – Silica analyzer – Turbidity meter. (9+3)

GAS ANALYSER : Oxygen analyzer –CO and CO2 monitor – NOx analyzer- H2S analyzer – Dust and smoke measurement –
Thermal conductivity type – Thermal analyser. (9+3)

CHROMATOGRAPHY : Gas chromatography – Liquid chromatography – Principles – Types and Applications – HPLC – Detectors.

NMR, X-RAY AND MASS SPECTROMETRIC TECHNIQUES: NMR Spectroscopy – Principle and Detection – GM Counter –
Proportional counters –X-ray spectroscopy - Mass spectrometer – Applications. (9+3)
Total = L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Willard H H, Merit L.L, Dean J A and Seattle F L, “Instrumental Methods of Analysis”, CBS Publishing and Distribution, 1996.
2. Skoog D A and West D M, “Principles of Instrumental Analysis”, Thomson learning, Philadelphia, 2007.

1. Robert D Braun, “Introduction to Instrumental Analysis”, McGraw Hill, Singapore, 1987.
2. Ewing G W,” Instrumental Methods of Analysis”, McGraw Hill, 1997.
3. Mann C K, Vickers T J and Guillick W H, “Instrumental Analysis”, Harper and Row Publishers, New York, 1974.
4. Liptak B G, “Instrument Engineers Handbook: Process Measurement and Analysis”, Butterworth Heinemann, 2003.
5. Frank A Settle, “Handbook of Instrumental Techniques for Analytical Chemistry”, Pearson Education, 2004.


INTRODUCTION: Need for process control – Terms and objectives- PI Diagram – Instrument terms and symbols – Feedback
control concepts – Classification of variables- mathematical model of first order level, pressure and thermal processes – higher
order process – Process with dead time – Inverse response - interacting and non-interacting systems – continuous and batch
process – self-regulation – servo and regulator operation, Degrees of freedom, Process lag, load disturbance and their effects. (12)

CONTROL ACTIONS AND CONTROLLERS: Basic control actions – characteristics of on-off, proportional, single-speed floating,
integral and derivative control modes – P+I, P+D and P+I+D control modes – Integral windup and prevention, Auto / Manual
transfer, Bumpless transfer, Pneumatic and electronic controllers to realize various control actions. Response of controllers for
test inputs. Selection of controller modes for control of level, pressure, flow and temperature process. (12)

OPTIMUM CONTROLLER SETTINGS: Evaluation criteria – IAE, ISE, ITAE and ¼ decay ratio – determination of optimum settings
for mathematically described processes using time response and frequency response methods– controller tuning – process
reaction curve method – Ziegler Nichols method – damped oscillation method, Auto tuning. (12)

MULTILOOP CONTROL: Feed forward control – Ratio control – Cascade control – Inferential control – Split range control –
Introduction to multivariable control – examples from binary distillation column and boiler drum level control. (12)

FINAL CONTROL ELEMENT: I/P converter – Pneumatic and electric actuators – Control valves – Pneumatic control valve types-
Characteristics of control valves – Construction – valve body – Control valve sizing – Cavitation and flashing – selection criteria –
Valve positioner. (12)
Total =L: 60 = 60
1. George Stephanopoulos, “Chemical Process Control: An Introduction to theory and Practice”, Pearson Education, 2008.
2. Curtis Johnson, “Process Control Instrumentation Technology,” Pearson Education, 2008.

1. Eckman D P, “Automatic Process Control”, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 2009.
2. Harriott P, “Process Control”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi, 2009.
3. Paul W Murril, “Fundamentals of Process Control Theory”, ISA press, New York, 2000.
4. Liptak B G, “Instrument Engineers Handbook: Process Measurement and Analysis”, Butterworh Heinemann, 2003.
5. Coughnowr, “Process System Analysis and Control”, McGraw Hill, Singapore, 1991.


3 1 0 3.5
CLASSIFICATION OF ROBOTIC SYSTEMS: Basic structure of a robot - Classification of robots: Cartesian, Cylindrical, Spherical,
Articulated, SCARA. Accuracy, resolution and repeatability of robots. Robot application in manufacturing: Material transfers -
Machine loading and unloading - Processing operations - Assembly and inspection. (9+3)

DRIVES AND CONTROL SYSTEMS: Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems: cylinders, control valves, hydro motor. Types of
mechanical power drive, rotary to linear motion conversion mechanisms. Robot end effectors. Servomotors – operation, stepper
motors - control loops using current and voltage amplifier. Robot controllers - configuration of robot controller. (9+3)

SENSORS AND VISION SYSTEMS: Types of sensors, tactile sensors, proximity sensors and speed sensors – Encoder, resolvers
– Tactile sensors – Touch sensors – Force and torque sensors - Vision systems: Image processing and analysis, Segmentation,
Feature extraction, Object Recognition. (9+3)

TRANSFORMATIONS AND KINEMATICS: Homogeneous coordinates – Coordinate reference frames – Homogeneous

transformations for the manipulator – The forward and inverse problem of manipulator kinematics – Motion generation – Manipulator
dynamics – Jacobian in terms of D-H matrices – Controller architecture. (9+3)

FACTORY AUTOMATION : Flexible Manufacturing Systems concept – Automatic feeding lines, ASRS, transfer lines, automatic
inspection – Computer Integrated Manufacture – CNC, intelligent automation, Industrial networking, bus standards. (9+3)
Total =L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Saeed B. Niku, “An Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, systems and applications”, Pearson Education, 2009.
2. Mittal R K, Nagrath I J, “Robotics and control”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.

1. Mikell P. Groover, Mitchell Weiss, Roger N. Nagel and Nicholas G. Odrey, “Industrial Robotics”, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2010.
2. Richard D Klafter, and Michael Negin, “Robotics Engineering”, Prentice Hall, 2009.
3. S K Saha, “Introduction to Robotics”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.
4. John.J. Craig, “Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and control”, Pearson Education, 2009.
5. Mikell P. Groover, “Automation, Production systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing”, Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd., 2011.


INTRODUCTION TO DATA COMMUNICATION: Characteristics and components of data communication, Data representation,
Data and signals: analog and digital signals, transmission impairment, data rate limits, performance, Transmission media: guided
media, wireless media, Digital transmission: digital-to-digital conversion, analog-to-digital conversion, transmission modes, analog
transmission: digital-to-analog conversion, analog-to-analog conversion. (10)

COMPUTER COMMUNICATION ARCHITECTURE: Network topology, ISO reference model for layered architecture, functions of
various layers, switching-circuit switched networks, Datagram networks and virtual circuit networks,. (9)

LOCAL AREA NETWORKS: Objectives and advantages of PC LANs, topologies for LANs, transmission media for LANs, medium
access control techniques: CSMA, CSMA/CD, token bus and token ring, connecting devices: Passive hubs, repeaters, Active hubs,
Bridges, Two-layer switches, Routers, Three-layer switches, Gateway. (9)

INTERNETWORK PROTOCOL: Basic protocol functions, Principles of internetworking, Internet protocol operation, Internet
protocol, IPv6 (9)

INTERFACE: EIA 232interface standard- EIA 485 interface standard-Serial interface converters-introduction to AS interface-
introduction to industrial ethernet. (8)

Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Behrouz A.Forouzan, Sophia Chung Fegan, “Data Communications and Networking”, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2006.
2. Stalling W, “Data and Computer Communications”, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 2007.

1. Ed Taylor, “Internetworking Handbook”, Mc Graw Hill, New York, 1998.
2. Bertsekas D and Gallager. R, “Data Networks”, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 1992.
3. Buchanan W, “Computer Buses”, Arnold Publishers, London 2000.
4. Tanenbaum A.S, “Computer Networks”, Prentice Hall of India, 1996.


2 1 0 2.5
INTRODUCTION: Definition – Nature – Scope and Significance of Economics for Engineers. (4+0)

DEMAND AND SUPPLY: Demand – Types – Determinants – Law of Demand – Elasticity of Demand – Types – Significance –
Supply – Market price determination – Case Study in Demand Forecasting –- Meaning – Methods – Consumer Survey – Trend
Projections – Moving average. (4+2)

COST AND REVENUE: Concepts – Classifications – Short run and long run cost curves – Revenue – Concepts – Measurement of
Profit.(Case Study) (4+2)

MARKET STRUCTURE: Perfect Competition – Characteristics – Price and output determination in short run and long run –
Monopoly – Price Discrimination – Monopolistic Competition – Product Differentiation – Oligopoly and Duopoly. (4+2)

MARKET FAILURE: Causes – Type of Goods – Rivalrous and Non-rivalrous goods – Excludable and Non-excludable goods –
Solutions – Government Intervention. (4+2)

MONEY AND BANKING: Money – Functions – Quantity theory of money – Banking – Commercial Banks – Functions – Central
Bank (RBI) – Functions – Case Study in Recent Development in Banking. (4+2)

FOREIGN EXCHANGE: Terms of Trade – Balance of Payments – Exchange rate determination – Methods of foreign payments –
International Institutions – IMF, IBRD. (4+2)

BUSINESS CYCLE AND NATIONAL INCOME: Meaning – Phases of business cycle - Inflation – Causes – Control measures –
Deflation - National Income – Concepts – Methods of calculating national income – Problems in calculating national income. (2+3)
Total = L: 30 + T:15 = 45
1. Dewett. K.K, “Modern Economic Theory”, S. Chand and Company Ltd, New Delhi, 2010.
2. Lipsey and Chrystal, “Economics”, Oxford University Press, 2010.

1. Paul A Samuelson and William, “Economics”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2010.
2. Thingan M.L “Money, Banking, International Trade and Public Finance”, Vrinda Publication, 2009.
3. Ahuja H.L, “Macro Economic Theory and Policy”, S.Chand and Co, New Delhi, 2010.
4. Francis Cherinullem “International Economics”, McGraw Hill Education, 2008.
5. Dutt and Sundaram “Indian Economy”, S.Chand and Co, New Delhi, 2011


0 0 3 1.5
1. Calculation of discharge co-efficient of Orifice plate, Venturi and Pitot tube.
2. Calculation of percentage error in pressure gauge using dead weight tester.
3. Design of alarm circuit.
4. Study of zero elevation and zero suppression in differential pressure transmitter.
5. Linearization of thermistor
6. Cold junction compensation of thermocouple.
7. Design of temperature transmitter.
8. Measurement of pH , Conductivity and viscosity of test solutions.
9. Design of signal conditioning circuits using instrumentation amplifier.
10. Design of PC based instrument.
Total = P:45

1. John P. Bentley, “Principles of Measurement Systems”, Pearson Education, 2009.
2. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering, 2012.


0 0 3 1.5
1. Experimental study of ON-OFF and proportional controller responses on temperature loop.
2. Implementation of PID controller.
3. Characteristics of control valve.
4. Experimental study of controller response on level loop.
5. Experimental study of controller response on temperature loop.
6. Experimental study of controller response on flow loop.
7. Experimental study of controller response on pressure loop.
8. Tuning of controller.
9. Interacting and non-interacting systems.

10. Study of complex control system. (Ratio/ Cascade/ Feed forward controls)
Total = P:45

1. George Stephanopoulos, “Chemical Process Control: An Introduction to theory and Practice”, Pearson Education, 2008.
2. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering, 2012.



INTRODUCTION: Graphical system design (GSD) model, virtual instrumentation, virtual instruments and traditional instruments,
hardware and software in virtual instrumentation, virtual instrumentation for test, control and design, graphical programming and
textual programming. (9+6)

VI PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES: Software environment, modular programming, repetition and loops, arrays, clusters, plotting
data, structures, strings and file I/O. (9+6)

DATA ACQUISITION: Transducer, signals, signal conditioning, DAQ hardware configuration, DAQ hardware-analog I/O, digital I/O,
counter/timer, DAQ software architecture. (9+6)

INTERFACE STANDARDS AND PC BUSES: RS232, RS422, RS485, GPIB. Interface Buses: USB, Firewire. Backplane buses:
PCI, PCI-Express, PXI, PXI – Express; Communication protocol overview - Industrial Ethernet, CAN, Programmable Automation
Controllers. (9+6)

GSD APPLICATIONS: Machine vision, motion control, remote data management – data sockets, web server, data logging and
supervisory control, control design and simulation tools – control design tool, simulation interface tool. (9+6)
Total = L: 45 + P:30 = 75
1. Jovitha Jerome, “Virtual Instrumentation using LabVIEW”, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2010.
2. Steve Mackay, Edwin Wright, John Park, and Deon Reynders, “Industrial Data Networks”, Elsevier, 2004.

1. Gary Johnson and Richard Jennings, “LabVIEW Graphical Programming”, McGraw Hill Inc., 2006.
2. Sanjay Gupta and Joseph John, “Virtual Instrumentation using LabVIEW”, Tata McGraw Hill Inc., 2005.
3. Lisa K Wells and Geffrey Travis, “LabVIEW for Everyone: Graphical Programming Even Made Easier”, Prentice Hall Inc., 1996.
4. William Buchanan, “Computer Buses Design and Application”, CRC Press, 2000.
5. Clyde F Coombs, “Electronic Instruments Handbook”, McGraw Hill Inc., 1999.


REVIEW OF COMPUTERS IN PROCESS CONTROL: Data loggers- Data Acquisition Systems (DAS)- Direct Digital Control (DDC).
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA) - sampling considerations – Functional block diagram of computer
control systems - Digital controller modes: Position and Velocity form of PID controllers. (12)

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER (PLC) BASICS: Definition - overview of PLC systems - input/output modules - power
supplies and isolators - General PLC programming procedures - programming on-off inputs/ outputs - Auxiliary commands and
functions - PLC Basic Functions - register basics - timer functions - counter functions. (12)

PLC INTERMEDIATE FUNCTIONS: Arithmetic functions - comparison functions - Skip and MCR functions - data move systems -
PLC Advanced intermediate functions - sequencer functions - matrix functions - PLC Advanced functions: Alternate programming
languages - Analog PLC operation - PLC-PID functions - Networking of PLC - PLC installation - troubleshooting and maintenance -
Design of interlocks and alarms using PLC. (12)

DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEMS (DCS): Definition - Local Control Unit (LCU) architecture - LCU languages - LCU - Process
interfacing issues - communication facilities - Redundancy concept –.Difference between PLC and DCS. (12)

CONTROL AND DATA NETWORK: HART- Foundation Field bus- Profi bus – Wireless – TCP/IP – Ethernet –. Ethernet-IP–. Case
studies: Power plant Industry, Cement Industry. (12)
Total = L: 60 = 60

1. John W Webb and Ronald A Reis, “Programmable Logic Controllers - Principles and Applications”, Pearson education, 2008.
2. Lukcas M P, “Distributed Control Systems”, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York, 1986.

1. Deshpande P B and Ash R H, “Elements of Computer Process Control: with Advanced Control Applications”, Prentice Hall, 1981.
2. Curtis Johnson, “Process Control Instrumentation Technology,” Pearson Education, 2008.
3. Krishna Kant, “Computer-based Industrial Control”, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 2008.
4. Frank D Petruzella, “Programmable Logic Controllers”, Tata McGraw Hill, New York, 2010.
5. John Park, Steve Mackay and Edwin Wright, “Practical Data Communications for Instrumentation and Control” Elsevier, 2003.


3 1 0 3.5
INTRODUCTION: Introduction to embedded systems – hardware and software components – types – examples – characteristics –
challenges in embedded computing system design – embedded system design processes (9+3)

CPU – Types of memory – Memory management – I/O devices and interfacing –Compiler – Assembler – Cross Compliers – In
Circuit Emulators -CPU performance – CPU Power Consumption – Analysis and Optimization of CPU Power Consumption, program
execution time and program size. (9+3)

ARM PROCESSOR: RISC and ARM Design Philosophy-ARM Processor fundamentals-barrel shifter- memory organization –
instruction set – writing and optimizing ARM assembly code - embedded C programming, peripheral programming –-exception and
interrupt handling (9+3)

OS FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS: Introduction to real-time theory – Operating System Services – Real-time Operating System
Concepts – Basic design using an RTOS – Introduction to RTOS APIs- Basic design using RTOS. (9+3)

REAL-TIME SYSTEM DESIGN: Reactive systems- real-time system examples - real time signal processing and control algorithms-
design requirements -HW/SW development and implementation issues-Testing and debugging of real-time systems. (9+3)
Total = L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Andrew N. Sloss, Dominic Symes, and Chris Wright, “ARM System Developers Guide- Design and Optimizing System Software”,
Morgan-Kaufmann Publishers, 2009.
2. Robert Oshana, “DSP Software Development Techniques for Embedded and Real-Time Systems”, Newnes Publications, 2006.

1. Sriram V Iyer, and Pankaj Gupta, “Embedded Real-time Systems Programming”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.
2. David E Simon, “An Embedded Software Primer”, Pearson Education Asia, 2009.
3. Rajkamal, ”Embedded Systems: Architecture, Programming and Design”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2006.
4. Phillip A. Laplante, “Real-time System Design and Analysis”, Wiley-IEEE Press, 2005.
5. Muhammad Ali Mazidi, “The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems”, Prentice Hall, 2008.


0 0 3 1.5
1. Study of basic logic operations in PLC.
2. Study of analog operations in PLC.
3. Implementation of star delta starter using PLC.
4. Implementation of traffic control using PLC.
5. Implementation of conveyor control using PLC.
6. Design and implementation of interlocks.
7. Design and implementation of control strategies using SFC.
8. Real time implementation of flow control using DCS.

9. Real time implementation of level control using DCS.
10. Real time implementation of temperature control using DCS.
Total = P:45

1. Daniel Nichols, “Applied Programmable Logic Control Laboratory Manual”, Delmar Learning, 2005.
2. Laboratory manual prepared by the Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, 2012.


0 0 3 1.5
1. Serial Communication between microcontroller and PC
2. Digital data acquisition and measurement system using microcontroller
3. Motion control using stepper motor with real space coordinate systems
4. Speed control of DC motor using PWM technique
5. Implementation of digital PID controller
6. Realization of Analog and Digital Circuits using NI ELVIS
7. Identification of system model of a DC motor
8. Implementation of Machine Vision System
9. FPGA based real time control using cRIO
10. Data communication using CAN protocol
Total = P:45

1. ATMEL AVR Microcontroller datasheets
2. Laboratory manual prepared by the Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, 2012.


Project Work I
 Identification of a real life problem in thrust areas
 Developing a mathematical model for solving the identified problem
 Finalisation of system requirements and specification
 Proposing different solutions for the problem based on literature survey
 Future trends in providing alternate solutions
 Consolidated report preparation



0 0 12 6
The project involves the following:

 Preparing a project - brief proposal including

 Problem Identification
 A statement of system / process specifications proposed to be developed (Block Diagram / Concept tree)
 List of possible solutions including alternatives and constraints
 Cost benefit analysis
 Time Line of activities

 A report highlighting the design finalization [based on functional requirements & standards (if any) ]

 A presentation including the following:

 Implementation Phase (Hardware / Software / both)
 Testing & Validation of the developed system
 Learning in the Project

 Consolidated report preparation




INTRODUCTION: Biopotential – action and resting potential-electrodes - types - signal conditioning – electrical safety – bio
amplifiers – filters. (8)

BASIC PHYSIOLOGY: Cells and their structures - Transport of ions through cell membrane - Nervous system – Muscular system –
Cardiac system - Circulatory system- Respiratory system - Urinary system. (8)


PHYSIOLOGICAL ASSIST DEVICES: Cardiac pacemaker - defibrillator - Artificial heart valves - Heart lung machines - Artificial
lung machines - Artificial kidney machine - Nerve and Muscle stimulator - continuous patient monitoring system. (10)

IMAGING IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING: Spirometer - X-ray imaging - Radio fluoroscopy - Image Intensifiers - Angiography -
Endoscopy - Diathermy - Laser and its application- CAT – Ultrasonic Scanner - MRI (10)

Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Khandpur R S, "Handbook on Biomedical Instrumentation", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007.
2. Joseph J Carr and John M Brown, “Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2009.

1. John G Webster, Ed.' "Medical Instrumentation Application and Design", John Wiley and Sons, 2010.
2. Leslie Cromwell, Fred J. Weibell, and Erich A. Pfeiffer, "Bio-medical Instrumentation and Measurements", Pearson Education,
New Delhi, 2010.
3. Geddes L. A. and Baker L. E., “ Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation”, John Wiley, New York, 1989.
4. Richard Aston, “Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement”, Merril Publishing Company, New York, 1990.
5. Arumugam M, “Biomedical Instrumentation”, Anuradha Pubilications, 2009.


OPTICAL FIBERS AND THEIR PROPERTIES: Fiber materials and their characteristics - Principles of light propagation through a
fiber – different types of fibers and their properties transmission characteristics of optical fiber – absorption losses – scattering
losses – dispersion – optical fiber measurement – optical sources – optical detectors. (10)

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF OPTICAL FIBERS: Fiber optic sensors – fiber optic instrumentation system – different types of
modulators – detectors – application in instrumentation – interferometric method of measurement of length – moiré fringes –
measurement of pressure, temperature, current, voltage, liquid level and strain – fiber optic gyroscope – polarization maintaining
fibers. (9)

LASER FUNDAMENTALS: Fundamental characteristics of Lasers – three level and four level lasers – properties of laser – laser
modes – resonator configuration – Q-switching and mode locking – cavity dumping – types of lasers gas lasers, solid lasers, liquid
lasers semi conductor lasers. (9)

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF LASERS: Laser for measurement of distance, length velocity, acceleration, current, voltage and
atmospheric effect – material processing – laser heating, welding melting and trimming of materials – removal and vaporization. (9)

HOLOGRAM AND MEDICAL APPLICATION: Holography – basic principle; methods; holographic interferometry and applications,
holography for non-destructive testing – holographic components – medical applications of lasers; laser and tissue interaction –
laser instruments for surgery, removal of tumors of vocal cords, brain surgery, plastic surgery, gynaecology and oncology. (8)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Senior J M., “Optical Fiber Communication: Principles and Practice”, Prentice Hall, 2010.

2. Anuradha De , “Optical Fiber and Laser: Principles and Applications” , New Age International, 2010.

1. Keiser G, “Optical Fiber Communication”, Mc Graw Hill, 2010.
2. Wilson and J.F.B. Hawkes, ‘Introduction to Opto Electronics’, Prentice Hall of India, 2001.
3. A Donald J.Sterling Jr, ‘Technicians Guide to Fiber Optics’, Vikas Publishing House, 2009.
4. S.C. Gupta, “Opto Electronic Devices and Systems” Prentice Hall of India, 2010.
5. Nambiar K R, “Laser: Principles, Types and Applications “, New Age International, 2010.


VLSI DESIGN METHODOLOGY: VLSI design process - Layout styles: Full-custom, Semi-custom approaches. Electrical
Properties of MOS and CMOS Circuits: MOS Transistor – Threshold voltage - Basic DC equations - Second order effects - Small
signal AC characteristics. nMOS inverter - CMOS inverter - Inverter delay – Power consumption in CMOS gates: Static dissipation –
Dynamic Dissipation. Pass transistor - Transmission gate (10)

VLSI FABRICATION TECHNIQUES: CMOS processes – n well - p well - Twintub - Silicon on insulator . Design rules - Need for
design rules - Mead Conway design rules for the silicon gate nMOS, CMOS process – CMOS. Sheet resistance - Resistance
estimation - Capacitance estimation - Driving large capacitive loads. Layer representations - Stick diagrams - nMOS design style -
CMOS design style - Simple layout examples. (8)

LOGIC DESIGN: Switch logic- Pass transistor and transmission gate. Other forms of CMOS logic: Dynamic CMOS logic - Clocked
CMOS logic - Precharged domino CMOS logic - Simple combinational logic design examples. Clocked sequential circuits - Two
phase clocking - Charge storage - Dynamic register element - nMOS and CMOS Dynamic shift register - JK flip flop. (8)

SUBSYSTEM DESIGN PROCESS: General arrangement of a 4-bit arithmetic processor - Design of a 4-bit shifter - Design of an
ALU subsystem - Implementation of ALU functions with an adder - Carry look ahead adder – Multipliers: Serial parallel multipliers -
Pipelined multiplier array. (9)

VHDL: Introduction-identifiers-data objects- data types – operators- structural modeling – dataflow modeling- behavioural modeling-
hardware modeling examples: encoder, clock divider, pulse shifter, adder, multiplexer, demultiplexer, decoder, parity generator and
checker. (10)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Douglas A Pucknell, and Kamran, Eshraghian., "Basic VLSI design", Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2009.
2. Bhasker J, “VHDL Primer”, Pearson Education, 2002.

1. Jan M Rabaey, A Chandrakasan and Nikolic B, “Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective”, Pearson Education, New
Delhi, 2009
2. James D. Plummer, Michael D. Deal and Peter B. Griffin , “Silicon VLSI Technology”, Prentice Hall, 2000.
3. Wayne Wolf, "Modern VLSI Design: Systems on Silicon", Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2000.
4. Neil H E Weste and David Harris , "CMOS VLSI design: A circuits and Systems Perspective", Pearson Education, 2011. .
5. David A. Hodges, Horace G. Jackson, and Resve A. Saleh, “Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits”, McGraw Hill,


INTRODUCTION: Product Development- Successful Product Development-Duration and Cost- Challenges. Product Planning:
Planning Process- Identifying Customer Needs. (10)

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Establishing Target Specification- Setting the Final specification. Concept Generation: The Activity
of Concept Generation. Concept Selection: Concept Screening-Concept Scoring- Concept Testing. (8)

PRODUCT ARCHITECTURE: Implications-Establishment-Delayed Differentiation – Platform Planning – Related System Level

Design Issues. Industrial Design: Assessing the Need-The Impact-The Industrial Design Process-Management and Assessment.
Design for Manufacturing. Prototyping-Basics-Principles-Prototyping Technologies-Planning. Robust Design. (10)

PATENTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Formulate a Strategy and Plan- Study Prior Inventions- Outline Claims- Write the
Description of the Invention- Refine Claims- Pursue Application- Reflect on the Results and the Process. (7)

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS: Elements of Economic Analysis- Build a Base –Case Financial Model- Perform
Sensitivity Analysis- Use Sensitivity Analysis to Understand- Consider the influence of the Qualitative Factors on Project Success-
Carrying out Qualitative Analysis. Managing Projects: Understanding and Representing Tasks-Baseline Project Planning-Project
Execution-Postmortem-Project Evaluation. (10)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Karl. T. Ulrich and Steven D Eppinger, “Product Design and Development”, Irwin McGraw Hill, 2000.
2. Kevin Otto and Kristin Wood, “Product Design”, Pearson Education, 2003.

1. A C Chitale and R C Gupta, “Product Design and Manufacturing”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2003.
2. Timjones., “New Product Development”, Butterworth Heinmann, 1997.
3. Geoffery Boothroyd, Peter Dewhurst and Winston Knight, “Product Design for Manufacture and Assembly”, Taylor and Francis,


DESIGN OF SIGNAL CONDITIONING CIRCUITS: Design of V/I converter and I/V converter – Analog and Digital filter design-
Signal conditioning circuit for pH measurement – Compensation circuit - Cold junction compensation – software and hardware
approaches – Thermocouple linearization - software and hardware approaches. (10)

DESIGN OF TRANSMITTERS: RTD and thermocouple based temperature transmitter- Design of capacitance based level
transmitter – Air purge system for level measurement – Design of smart flow transmitters. (10)

DESIGN OF DATA ACQUISITION AND CONTROLLER: Design of ON / OFF controller using linear integrated circuits- Electronic
PID controller- Microcontroller based digital PID controller and data acquisition - Design of Microcontroller Measurement system. (8)

DESIGN OF ORIFICE, ROTAMETER AND CONTROL VALVE SIZING: Orifice Sizing – Liquid, gas and steam services –
Rotameter design.-Control Valves – Valve body- Commercial Valve bodies- Control valve sizing– Liquid, gas and steam services-
Cavitation and Flashing- Selection criteria. (10)

DESIGN OF ALARM AND ANNUNCIATION CIRCUIT: Alarm and Annunciation circuits-Thyristor Power Controller – Design of
Interlocks- software and hardware approaches. (7)

Total =L: 45 = 45
1. John P Bentley, “Principles of Measurement Systems”, Pearson Education, 2004
2. C. D. Johnson, “Process Control Instrumentation Technology”, Pearson Education, 2005.

1. “Control Valve Handbook”, Emerson Process Management, Fisher Control International, 2005.
2. R. W. Miller, “Flow Measurement Engineering Handbook”, McGraw Hill, New York, 1996.
3. Gregory K Mc Millan Douglas M Considine , “Process/ Industrial Instruments and Controls Handbook”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2009.
4. Norman.A.Anderson, “Instrumentation for Process Measurement and Control”, CRC Press, 2010
5. Andrew w G Williams H B, “Applied Instrumentation in the Process Industries”, Houghton Mifflincom, 2002


BASIC COMPUTER ORGANISATION: Introduction of Register transfer language-register, bus and memory transfers – Arithmetic
logic and shift micro operations. CISC Vs RISC architecture, Harvard Vs Von Neumann architecture, Instruction codes – Instructions
– Timing and Control – Instruction Cycle – Fetch and Decode – Execution – Typical register and memory sequence instructions –
Input - Output and Interrupt – Design stages. (14)

CENTRAL PROCESSOR ORGANISATION: General register organization – Stack organization – Instruction formats – Addressing
modes – Data transfer and manipulation – Program control – Control memory – Address sequencer – Data path structure. (8)

ARITHMETIC PROCESSING: Introduction – Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and division Algorithms –Fixed -point and Floating
point Arithmetic operations. (8)

MEMORY AND INPUT/OUTPUT ORGANISATION: Basic concepts – Memory Hierarchy – Main memory – Auxiliary memory –
Associative memory – Cache and Virtual memory concepts – Input – Output interface – Asynchronous Data transfer – Modes of
transfer – Direct memory access – I/O processor. (8)

INTRODUCTION TO PARALLEL PROCESSING: Parallelism in uniprocessor systems – Parallel Computer architecture

classifications – Typical applications. (7)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Kai Hwang and Feye A Briggs, “Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited,
New Delhi, 2003.
2. Carl Hamacher, “Computer Organization “, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2002.

1. John P Hayes, “Computer Architecture and Organization”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007.
2. William Stallings, “Computer Organization and Architecture”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2010.
3. Morris Mano, “Computer System Architecture”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2007.
4. Andrew S Tanenbaum, “Structured Computer Organization”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2009.
5. Heuring V.P. and Jordan H.F, “Computer Systems Design and Architecture”, Addison Wesley, New Delhi, 2009.


INTERNET : Introduction to Internet - Internet Address – Internet Protocols – DNS –World Wide Web – Uniform Resource Locator

HTML: Basic syntax – Text formatting – Hypertext Links – List - Tables – Frames - Forms – HTTP Protocol (5)

INTRODUCTION TO JAVA : Keywords – data types – Operators – Control Structures – Arrays – Strings – defining class – creating
objects - Methods – Constructors - Method Overloading - Inheritance (6)

ABSTRACT CLASS AND INTERFACE: Abstract class, Interface, implementing interface, Runtime Polymorphism using Interface.

EXCEPTION HANDLING : Using Try Catch –Multiple catch clauses - Exception types – using throw – user defined Exceptions –
using throws – nested Try-Catch (5)

PACKAGE : User Defined Packages – accessing user defined packages – import statements. (4)

MULTITHREADING : Thread class – Runnable Interface – Thread Priority – Synchronization of Threads (6)

APPLETS : Applet tag – Applet class – Life cycle of applet – Display graphics - Layouts Manager – Components : Button,
TextField, TextArea, CheckBox, CheckBoxGroup - Event Handling (9)

ABSTRACT WINDOW TOOLKIT – AWT Introduction – Frame – Menus – Event Handling (4)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Herbert Schildt, “Java: The Complete Reference”, McGraw Hill, 2011.
2. Robert W.Sebesta, “Programming the world wide web”, Pearson Education, 2007.

1. Bruce Eckel, “Thinking in Java”, Addison Wesley, 2006.
2. Deitel and Deitel, “Java How to Program”, Prentice Hall, 2007.


UNIT OPERATIONS: Unit operations - Transport of liquids, solids and gases adjusting particle size of bulk solids – Mixing
processes – Separation processes – Chemicals from petroleum products. (9)

COMBUSTION PROCESSES: Combustion processes – Heat exchangers – Energy balance - Material balance – Evaporators –
Crystallization. (9)

OTHER OPERATIONS: Drying – Distillation – Refrigeration process – Chemical reactions. (9)

CASE STUDY – I: Operations in the manufacture of paper and pulp – Operations in steel industry. (9)

CASE STUDY – II: Operations in thermal power plant – Operations in pharmaceutical industry and leather industry. (9)

Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Balchen J G and Mumme K I, “Process Control Structures and Applications”,Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.,New York, 1988.
2. Waddams A L, “Chemicals from Petroleum”, John Murray Publishers, 1978.

1. Austin G T,” Shreve’s Chemical Process Industries”, McGraw Hill, 1985.
2. Liptak B G, “Instrument Engineers Handbook: Process Measurement and Analysis”, Butterworth Heinemann, 2003.
3. Luyben W C, “Process Modelling, Simulation and Control for Chemical Engineers”, McGraw Hill, 1990.
4. Wiseman P,”Petrochemicals”, John Wiley and Sons Inc., 1986.
5. Norris Shreve R,”Chemical Process Industries”, McGraw, 1967.


DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS AND TRANSFORMS: Elements of a Digital Image Processing System - Structure of the
Human eye - Image formation and contrast sensitivity - Sampling and Quantization - Neighbours of a pixel - Distance measures.
Need for image transform – Fourier transform-properties-Walsh Transform- Hadamard Transform- Discrete Cosine Transform- KL
transform- introduction to Wavelet Transform. (13)

IMAGE ENHANCEMENT: Spatial domain enhancement: gray level transformations - histogram processing-Enhancement using
arithmetic and logic operations-smoothing spatial filters-sharpening spatial filters-combining spatial enhancement methods.
Frequency domain enhancement: filtering in frequency domain- smoothing frequency domain filters-sharpening frequency domain
filters- homomorphic filtering. (9)

IMAGE RESTORATION: A model of the degradation /restoration process- Noise models: properties of noise, probability density
function, periodic noise, and estimation of noise parameters- Restoration by spatial filtering: mean filters, order statistics filters.
Periodic noise reduction by frequency domain filtering: band reject, band pass, and notch filters- Inverse filtering - Wiener filtering-
Geometric mean filter. (7)

IMAGE COMPRESSION: Image compression models: source encoder and decoder- channel encoder and decoder-Elements of
information theory: measuring information- information channel- fundamental coding theorems-using information theory- Error-free
compression: variable length coding- LZW coding-bit-plane coding-loss less predictive coding- Lossy compression: lossy predictive
coding- transform coding- wavelet coding-Image Standards: binary image compression standards- continuous tone still image
compression standards. (9)

IMAGE SEGMENTATION: Detection of discontinuities: point, line and edge detection-Edge linking and boundary
detectionThresholding: global thresholding- optimal thresholding- local thresholding- thresholds based on several variables- Region
based segmentation: basic formulation- region growing- region splitting and merging. (7)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Rafael C Gonzalez and Richard E Woods, "Digital Image Processing", Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2009.
2. Anil K Jain, "Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing" Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2010.

1. Alan C Bovik, “Handbook of Image and Video Processing” Academic Press, 2000.
2. Jae S Lim, “Two Dimensional Signal and Image Processing”, Prentice Hall Signal Processing Series, 1990.
3. William K Pratt, “Digital Image Processing”, Wiley, 2010.
4. John W. Woods, “Multidimensional Signal, Image, and Video Processing and Coding”, Academic Publisher, 2012.
5. Dudgeon D. E. and Mersereau R.M., “Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing”, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1984.

INTRODUCTION: Operating system functionalities –Types of Operating System- Structure of Operating system -Computer
architecture support to operating systems-Time-sharing – Real-time OS- System programs and calls. (8)

MEMORY MANAGEMENT: Single contiguous allocation – Partitioned allocation – Paging – Virtual memory concepts – Swapping –
Demand paging – Page replacement algorithms – Segmentation – Segmentation with paging. (8)

PROCESS MANAGEMENT: Introduction to processes –Scheduling objectives- Scheduling Criteria- Types of scheduling algorithms
– Performance comparison – Inter- process communications- Synchronization – Semaphores – Deadlock-Prevention, Recovery,
and Detection – Avoidance. (10)

DEVICE INPUT OUTPUT AND FILE MANAGEMENT: Principles of I/O hardware and software – Device controllers-Device drivers
– Interrupt driven device management- Interaction between operating system, drivers and devices, File Systems – Files-Directories-
File system implementation – Allocation methods – Security – Protection mechanisms. (9)

REAL-TIME SYSTEMS AND MICROKERNELS: Characteristics of real-time operating systems, classification of real-time systems,
architectures of real-time systems, micro-kernels, scheduling in RTOS, rate monotonic scheduling, priority inversion, RTOS for
hand-held devices. (10)

Total =L: 45 = 45

1. Silberschatz A, Galvin P and Gagne G, “Operating Systems Concepts”, John Wiley and Sons, 2010.
2. William Stallings, “Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles”, Prentice Hall, 2009.

1. Andrew S Tanenbaum, “ Modern Operating System”, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2010.
2. Achyut Godbole, “Operating Systems”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2011.
3. Dhamdhere D M “Operating Systems: A Concept-based Approach”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2009.
4. Paul A Watters, “The Complete Reference Solaris 10”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2006.
5. Deitel H M," Operating Systems", Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2009.


OVERVIEW OF POWER GENERATION: Brief survey of methods of power generation-hydro, thermal, nuclear, solar and wind
power – importance of instrumentation in power generation – thermal power plants – building blocks – details of boiler processes ,
Types of boilers and turbines- Piping and Instrumentation diagram of boiler –cogeneration. (8)

MEASUREMENTS IN POWER PLANTS: Measurement of non-electrical parameters – flow of feed water, fuel, air and steam with
correction factor for temperature – steam pressure and steam temperature-drum level measurement – radiation detector – smoke
density measurement – dust monitor (8)

ANALYZERS IN POWER PLANTS: Flue gas oxygen analyser – analysis of impurities in feed water and steam – dissolved oxygen
analyzer – chromatography – pH meter-fuel analyser – pollution monitoring instruments. (9)

CONTROL LOOPS IN BOILER: Combustion control – air/fuel ratio control – furnace draft control – drum level control – main steam
and reheat steam temperature control – super heater control – attemperator – deaerator control – distributed control system in
power plants-interlocks in boiler operation. Turbine-monitoring and control: Speed, Vibration, shell temperature monitoring and
control-steam pressure control – lubricant oil temperature control – cooling system. (12)

NUCLEAR POWER PLANT INSTRUMENTATION: Piping and Instrumentation diagram of different types of nuclear power plant,
Nuclear reactor control loops, reactor dynamics, excess reactivity, pulse channel and log arithmetic instrumentation, control and
safety instrumentation, reliability aspects. (8)
Total =L: 45 = 45

1. Sam G Dukelow, “The Control of Boilers”, Instrument Society of America, 1991.
2. David Lindsley,”Power Plant control and Instrumentation”, Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, 2000.
1. Elonka S M and Kohal A L, “Standard Boiler Operations”, McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1994.
2. Jain R K, “Mechanical and Industrial Measurements”, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2009.
3. “Modern Power Station Practice”, Vol.6, Instrumentation, Controls and Testing, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1971.
4. Bela G Liptak, ”Process Measurement and Analysis” CRC press, Vol 1, 2003.
5. Krishnaswamy K, Ponnibala M, “Power Plant Instrumentation” Prentice Hall India, 2011.


PETROLEUM PROCESSING: Petroleum exploration - Recovery techniques - Refining of crude oil - Constituents of Crude Oil -
Refining Capacity in India - Consumption of Petroleum products in India. (9)

CONTROL OF DISTILLATION COLUMN: P and I diagram of petroleum refinery - Atmospheric Distillation of Crude oil - Vacuum
Distillation process - Thermal Conversion process - Control of Distillation Column - Temperature Control -Feed Control - Reflux
Control - Reboiler Control. (9)

CONTROL OF CHEMICAL REACTORS: Temperature Control, Pressure Control - Control of Dryers - Batch Dryers - Atmospheric
and Vacuum Dryers - Continuous Dryers. (9)

CONTROL OF HEAT EXCHANGERS AND EVAPORATORS: Variables and Degrees of freedom - Liquid to Liquid Heat
Exchangers - Steam Heaters - Condensers - Reboilers and Vaporizers - Cascade Control - Feed forward Control-Types of
Evaporators. (9)

CONTROL OF PUMPS: Centrifugal pump: On-Off Level control - Pressure control - Flow control - Throttling control. Rotary pumps:
On-Off pressure control. Reciprocating Pumps: On-Off control and Throttling control. Effluent and Water Treatment Control:
Chemical Oxidation - Chemical Reduction - Naturalization - Precipitation - Biological control. (9)

Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Balchan J G and Mumme K I, “Process Control Structures and Applications”, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, 1998.
2. Waddams A L, “Chemical from petroleum”, Butter and Janner Ltd., John Murray Publishers, 1978.

1. Liptak B G, “Instrument Engineer’s Handbook, Vol. 2: Process Control and Optimization”, CRC Press, 2006.
2. Austin G T,” Shreve’s Chemical Process Industries”, McGraw Hill Book Co.,1984.
3. Liptak B G, “Instrumentation in the processing industries”, Chilton book Company, 1994.
4. Wiseman P, ”Petrochemicals”, John-Wiley and Sons Inc., 1986.
5. Norris Shreve R,”Chemical Process Industries”, McGraw Hill Inc., 1967.


REVIEW OF POWER ELECTRONIC DEVICES: Power diodes and transistors. Thyristors, GTO, IGBT, other devices in thyristor
family. Thyristor protection circuits – Thyristor triggering circuits – series and parallel operation of thyristors, commutation
techniques. (9)

CONVERTERS: Principle of phase-controlled rectifier operation. Single phase thyristor converters with R, RL Loads and
freewheeling diode. Three phase thyristor converters with R and RL Load. Dual converters. Introduction to Cycloconverters and AC
voltage regulators. (9)

CHOPPER AND INVERTER: Choppers - Chopper classification - step up and step down choppers. Single phase Voltage Source
Inverter - Three phase bridge inverters - voltage control in single phase inverters - Current source inverters - Series and Parallel
inverters - (9)

DC AND AC DRIVES: Basic characteristics of DC motor - Control of DC motor - Regenerative and dynamic braking - Closed loop
control scheme - Speed torque characteristic of induction motor - stator voltage control – Sensor less vector control –Flux vector
control- Static rotor resistance control - Slip power recovery scheme - Self control of synchronous motor. (9)

APPLICATIONS: Switched mode power supplies, Uninterruptible power supplies, High Voltage DC transmission – control of HVDC
converters, Solid state relays, Static circuit breakers. Introduction to FACTS controllers. (9)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Rashid M H, “Power Electronics – Circuits, Devices and Applications”, Prentice Hall India, New Delhi, 2008.
2. Dubey G.K., “Fundamentals of electric drives”, Taylor and Francis, 2010.

1. Bimal K Bose, “Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives”, Pearson Education, 2007.
2. Dubey G.K., Doradla S R, Joshi A, and Sinha RMK, “ Thyristorised Power Controllers”, New Age International, 2005.
3. Vedam Subramaniam, “Electrical Drives Concepts and Applications”, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi, 2011.
4. Bimbhra P.S., “Power Electronics”, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2006.
5. Padiyar K.R., “FACTS controllers for transmission and Distribution systems” New Age international, 2007.



MULTIRATE SIGNAL PROCESSING: Review of discrete time system - Decimation- Interpolation –time-domain characterization-
frequency-domain characterization- Multirate identities – Polyphase represenatations - Design of quadrature filter bank – PR
condition- Application of filterbank in speech and image coding. (10)

WAVELET TRANSFORM: Fourier Transform – Limitation of Fourier Transform – Short Time Fourier Transform – Continuous
Wavelet Transform – Discrete Wavelet Transform – Implementation of Discrete Wavelet Transform through Lifting Scheme and
Filter bank – Applications of wavelet transform in instrumentation and image processing. (10)

DISCRETE-TIME RANDOM PROCESS: Random variables – Ensemble average – Gaussian random variables – Stationary
processes – Wide sense Stationarity – Ergodicity – Types of random process – Auto regressive (AR), Moving Average (MA) and
Autoregressive Moving Average Processes (ARMA). (9)

POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATION: Nonparametric methods – The periodogram – Performance of the periodiogram – The
Modified Periodiogram – Bartlett’s method – Welch Method – Blackman-Tukey method- Performance comparisons. (8)

LINEAR ESTIMATION AND PREDICTION: Linear prediction – Forward and Backward prediction, Solution of Prony’s normal
equations, Least mean-squared error criterion, FIR and IIR Wiener filters. (8)
Total =L: 45 = 45

1. Vaidyanathan P.P., “Multirate Systems and Filter Banks,” Pearson Education, 2006.
2. Monson H Hayes, “Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modeling,” John Wiley and Sons, 2006.

1. Fliege N J, “Multirate Digital Signal Processing,” John Wiley and Sons, 1994.
2. Raghuveer M Rao and Ajit S Bopardikar, “Wavelet Transforms, Introduction to Theory and Applications,” Pearson Education,
3. Sidney Burrus, Ramesh A. Gopinath, and Haito Guo, “Introduction to Wavelets and Wavelet Transforms: A Primer,” Prentice Hall,
4. Orfanidis S.J., “Optimum Signal Processing”, McGraw Hill, 1998.
5. Steven M. Kay, “Fundamentals of Statistical Signal Processing Volume 1: Estimation Theory”, Prentice Hall, 2010.


OVERVIEW OF MEMS AND MICROSYSTEMS: Applications – Engineering science and mechanics for micro system design.
Principle of Micro sensor – Acoustic wave sensors, biosensors, Chemical, Optical, Pressure and Thermal sensors. Micro actuation –
Actuation using thermal forces, shape memory alloys, piezoelectric crystals, Electrostatic forces, MEMS with micro actuators, Micro
accelerometers, Micro fluidics. (10)

SCALING LAW OF MINIATURIZATION: Scaling in Geometry - Scaling in Electromagnetic forces - Scaling in Rigid Body Dynamics

- Scaling in Electricity - Scaling in Heat Transfer. Micro manufacturing – Bulk Micro manufacturing – Surface Micro machining –
LIGA Process (10)

MATERIALS FOR MEMS: Substrates and Wafers – Active Substrate Materials – Substrate materials – Silicon, Quarts, Gallium
Arsenide. Piezo crystals and Polymers. Micro system Fabrication – Photolithography – Ion Implantation – Oxidation – Diffusion –
Physical and Chemical Vapour Deposition – Deposition by Epitaxy – Etching. (9)

MICROSYSTEM DESIGN: Design Consideration –Mechanical design using FEM – Computer Aided Design. Overview of
Mechanical Packaging of Microelectronics – Micro system Packaging – Essential Packaging Technologies – Selection of Packaging
Materials. (8)

INTRODUCTION TO NANOTECHNOLOGY: Nano sensors, Molecular Nanotechnology, CNT types, Synthesis and applications. (8)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Tai Ran Hsu, “MEMS and Microsystem Design and Manufacture”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 2002.
2. Marc Madou, “Fundamentals of Micro fabrication”, CRC Press, 1999.

1. Julian W. Gardner and Vijay K. Varadan, “Microsensors, MEMS, and Smart Devices”, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2001.
2. Michael Wilson, Kamali Kannangara,Geoff Smith, Michelk Simon, “Nanotechnology: Basic Science and Emerging technologies”.
3. Bharat Bhushan, “Handbook of Nanotechnology”, Springer, 2004.


OPTIMAL CONTROL: Statement of optimal control problem - Problem formulation and types of optimal control –Selection of
performance measure, cost function and norms – Mathematical preliminary to optimal control – Hamilton Jacobi Equation -
Pontryagin’s minimum principle – State inequality constraints – Necessary conditions for optimality – Time optimal and fuel optimal
control problems. (10)

LINEAR QUADRATIC CONTROL PROBLEMS: Kalman filter – Choice of weighting matrices- LQG control – Matrix Ricatti equation
and solution methods of state regulator and discrete systems – Optimal control law - H2 and H Control and Optimal estimation.

IDENTIFICATION METHODS: Conventional techniques of identification – identifications of systems with dead time – discrete
systems – ARMA process – Discrete state model – Least squares techniques – Recursive Least Squares algorithms – Fixed
memory algorithm – minimum variance method. (8)

INTRODUCTION TO ADAPTIVE CONTROL: Development of adaptive control problem-The role of Index performance (IP) in
adaptive systems- Development of IP measurement process model. Pole placement design - Self Tuning Controller – Minimum
variance controller. (9)

ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF DETERMINISTIC SYSTEMS: Gain scheduling controller – MRAC – Adaptive predictive control – The
MIT rule – Determination of Adaptation Gain - Minimum prediction error adaptive controls –Adaptive control of time varying systems.
BIBO Stability – Model Free Adaptive Control - Applications to Adaptive control. (10)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Donald E. Kirk, “Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction,” Prentice-Hall networks series, 1970.
2. Karl J Astrom and Bjorn Wittenmark, “Adaptive Control,” Pearson Education Inc, New Delhi, 2003.

1. Jeffrey B Burl, “Linear Optimal Control,” Addison-Wesley, California, 1999.
2. Michael Athens. “Optimal Control”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 1996.
3. Ljung L, “System Identification: Theory for the user”, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs,1999.
4. Eveleigh V W, “Adaptive Control and Optimization Techniques”, McGraw Hill Book Company, New York, 1967.
5. Chalam V V, “Adaptive Control Systems – Techniques and Applications”, Marcel Dekkar Inc., NewJersey, 1987.


INTRODUCTION: Non-parametric methods - A parametric method- Bias, consistency and model approximation- A degenerate
experimental condition- the influence of feedback Transient analysis-frequency analysis-Correlation analysis-spectral analysis. (9)

LINEAR REGRESSION: The least square estimate- determining the model dimension- Best linear unbiased estimation under
linear constraints-updating the parameter estimates for linear regression models- Best linear unbiased estimates for linear
regression models with possibly singular residual covariance matrix. Input Signals and Model parameterizations. (9)

PREDICTION ERROR METHODS: The least squares method revisited-description of prediction error methods-optimal prediction-
relationships between prediction error methods and other identification methods- theoretical analysis. Instrument variable methods:
Description of instrumental variable methods- theoretical analysis-covariance matrix of VI estimates-comparison of optimal IV and
prediction error estimates. (10)

RECURSIVE IDENTIFICATION METHODS: The recursive least squares method-real time identification-the recursive instrumental
variable method-the recursive prediction error method. Identification of systems with closed loop: Identifiability considerations-direct
identification-indirect identification-joint input-output identification. (9)

MODEL VALIDATION AND MODEL STRUCTURE DETERMINATION: The parsimony principle-comparison of model structures-
analysis of tests on covariance functions-asymptotic distribution of the relative decrease in the criterion function compliment. Some
practical aspects (8)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Lennart Ljung, “System Identification: A Theory for the User”, Prentice Hall, 1998.
2. Soderstorm .T and Petre Stoica, “System Identification”, Prentice Hall, 1989.

1. Lennart Ljung and Soderstorm T, “Theory and Practice of Recursive Identification”, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1987.
2. Peter Eykhoff, “System Identification Parameter and State Estimation”, Wiley Interscience Publication, 1979.
3. Sage A P and Melsa J L, “System Identification”, Academic Press, 1971.


INTRODUCTION : Definition – architecture- difference between conventional and expert systems - knowledge representation and
formal logic – knowledge acquisition techniques. (9)

NEURAL NETWORKS: Differences between biological and artificial neural networks – architecture – activation functions – single
layer perceptron, multilayer perceptrons - back propagation algorithm -Hopfield’s networks – Kohnen’s self organizing maps and
adaptive resonance theory. (9)

FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEMS: Fuzzy sets – Operations on Fuzzy sets – Fuzzy reasoning – Linguistic variables – Fuzzy knowledge
and rule bases – defuzzification methods. (9)

GENETIC ALGORITHM Basic concept, biological background, creation of offsprings, working principle, encoding, fitness functions,
inheritance operators, crossover, mutation operator, bitwise operators, convergence of genetic algorithm - applications. (9)

APPLICATIONS: Neural network applications: Pattern recognition, control and Process Monitoring, identification and control of
dynamic systems. Fuzzy logic applications: Fuzzy pattern recognition, Air conditioner controller, furnace control. (9)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Rajasekaran S, Vijayalakshmi Pai G A, “Neural Networks, Fuzzy logic, Genetic algorithms: Synthesis an Applications”, Prentice
Hall of India, 2010.
2. Timothy J Ross, “Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications”, John-Wiley and Sons, 2008.

1. Peter Jackson, “Introduction to Expert Systems”, Addison Wesley, 2003.
2. Hamid R Parsaei and Mohammad Jamshidi, ”Designand Implementation of Intelligent Manufacturing Systems: From Expert
Systems, Neural Networks, To Fuzzy Logic”, Pearson Education, 2009.
3. David E Goldberg, “Genetic Algorithms in search, Optimization and Machine Learning”, Pearson Education, 2005.
4. James A.Freeman, and David M. Skapura, “Neural Networks Algorithms, Applications and programming Techniques”, Pearson
Education, 2008.
5. Chennakesava R. Alavala, “Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks: Basic Concepts and Applications”, New Age International, 2008.



Introduction to Process Control System-DCS Evolution CS3000 System Architecture-FCS Hardware Configuration: PFCS, LFCS,

HIS Configuration-Application Capacity - Network Details-Address Setting. (3)

CS3000 System Builder Configuration-Project Creation-Project Attribution Utility-Downloading-Introduction to CS3000 FCS

Simulation S/W-User Login- IOM - Creation/ Signal Configuration. (3)

Concept of Control Drawing-Concept of Function block Diagram-Configuration of Feed Back Control Functions: Creation of Open
Loop, Creation of Closed Loop, and Creation of Cascade Loop-Introduction to Standard Display Windows: System Defined
Windows, User Defined Windows-Operation of Instrument Faceplates. (3)

Operation of Tuning Window-Control Group Window-Configuration of Trend Window - Graphics Window- Introduction to
Switches/Interlocks (3)
Total: 15
1. Lucas M P, “Distributed Control Systems”, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York, 1986.
2. CS 3000-Software Instruction Manual, Yokogawa India private Limited, Bangalore
3. Bela G.Liptak, “Process Control and Optimization”, Volume 2, CRC press, 2006.
4. John Park, Steve Mackay, Edwin Wright, “Practical Data Communications for Instrumentation and Control Systems, Elsevier,
Newnes, 2003


PROGRAMMABLE AUTOMATION CONTROLLERS: Multidisciplined Controllers-System Model-Backplane Communications-
Different Form Factors-Networking Options-Operating System –Task Program and Routine as per IEC 61131-3-Controller Data
Features-Programming Software –Anatomy and Memory Structure-Operating System Priorities-Concept of Connections for
Industrial Automation Systems-Understanding Controller Communication to the external World. (4)

Hands on Practice on Logix Controller programming Software with examples on Process Control and PID Tuning (3)

INDUSTRIAL NETWORKING: Evolution of Industrial Networking-Need for Industrial Networking-Network functions-Open Vs

Proprietary Industrial Networking-Netlinx –Seamless Industrial Networking-CIP and Netlinx-Netlinx networks- Implementation and
application paradigm of Device net, Control net and Ethernet/IP networks-Applications. (2)

Demo/Hands on Practice on Device net/Control net/Ethernet/IP Networks. (3)

HMI SYSTEMS AND VISUALIZATION SOLUTIONS: Integrated Architecture and Factory Talk Manufacturing Information platform-
One Architecture for Plant wide Control and Information-Role of Industrial Visualization-Visualization fit within an Automation
Environment-View technology Cornerstones-View Technologies- Machine level and PC Based platforms. (3)
Total: 15
1. John Webb and Ronald A Reis, “Programmable Logic Controllers – Principles and Applications”, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey,
2. Instruction Manual- Control and Configuration software, Rockwell Automation, Bangalore
3. Frank D Petruzella, “Programmable Logic Controllers”, McGraw Hill, New York, 2005.
4. John Park, Steve Mackay, “Practical Industrial Networking for Engineers and Technicians”, IDC Technologies, 2011.


ELECTRICAL LAYOUT OF A SHIP: Main Generators – Main Switchboard – Paralleling of Generators – Synchronizing and load
sharing – Generator Protection - Emergency Supply system – Emergency generator – Emergency Batteries – Shore supply
Electronic control of Protective relays (2)

NAVIGATIONAL AIDS: Radar – Gyro – Echo sounder – Log – Voyage Data Recorder (2)
COMMUNICATION: Internal communication – Intercom – Sound powered telephones – External communication – VHF – GMDSS-
Electronic components. (3)

CONTROL SYSTEMS: Main Engine controls – Generator controls – Propulsion control – Steering control – Vessel Management
Systems- Application of PLC. (4)

ELECTRICAL PROPULSION: Evolution – Advantages of Electrical Propulsion – Problems faced in Electrical Propulsion application
of Electronics in Propulsion (4)
Total: 15
1. Elstan A. Fernandez, “Marine Electrical Technology”, Shroff publishers, 2007
2. Basic Marine electricity learning resources, DNV India.
3. D A Taylor, “Introduction to Marine Engineering”, Elsevier, Butterworth, 2005.
4. John C. Payne, “The Marine Electrical and Electronics Bible -A practical Handbook for Cruising sailors”, USA, 2001.




3 1 0 3.5
LINEAR PROGRAMMING : Graphical method for two dimensional problems, central problems of linear programming – Definitions,
simplex algorithm ,phase I and phase II of simplex method. (8+3)

Simplex Multipliers ,dual and primal, dual simplex method ,transportation problem and its solution,assignment problem and its
solution by Hungarian method, Karmakar’s method , statement, conversion of the Linear Programming problem into the required
form, algorithm. (10+4)

NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING (ONE DIMENSIONAL MINIMIZATION: Introduction ,unrestricted search ,exhaustive search,
interval halving method – Fibonacci method. (10+3)

NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING : (UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION): Introduction ,random search method,uni variate method,
pattern search methods , Hooke and Jeeves method, simplex method, gradient of a function, steepest descent method , conjugate
gradient method. (10+3)

DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING: Introduction, multistage decision processes ,principles of optimality ,computation procedures. (7+2)
Total = L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Singiresu. S.Rao, “Engineering Optimization Theory and Practice”, New Age International,1996.
2. Hamdy A Taha , “Operations Research – An introduction”, Pearson Education , 2008.

1. Kambo N.S., “Mathematical Programming Techniques”, Affiliated East – West Press, 1991.
2. Hillier / Lieberman, “Introduction to Operations Research”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2002.
3. Kalyanmoy Deb, “ Optimization for Engineering Design, Algorithms and Examples”, Prentice Hall, 2004.


3 1 0 3.5
BASICS OF PROBABILITY : Random variables ,conditional probability, expectations (6+2)

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES: Introduction ,Poisson process, Markov chains: Classification of states of Markov chains ,absorption
probability ,period ,steady state probabilities (8+3)

CONTINUOUS TIME MARKOV CHAINS: Introduction , Kolmogorov forward equation , Kolmogorov backward equation, Steady
state probabilities , Birth - Death processes (8+3)

QUEUEING THEORY: Introduction , characteristics, steady state solution: M/M/1, M/M/1/K, M/M/c, M/M/c/k Models, queues with
unlimited Service . network of queues: Open queueing networks , closed queueing networks ,cyclic queues. (13+4)

BROWNIAN MOTION: Introduction , first passage time distribution , maximum, zeros of Brownian motion,Brownian motion with
drift,Geometric Brownian motion (10+3)

Total =L: 45 + T:15 = 60

1. Saeed Ghahramani, “Fundamentals of Probability with Stochastic Processes”, Prentice Hall, 2005.
2. Trivedi K.S, “ Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queueing and Computer Science Applications”, Prentice Hall, 2003.

1. Sheldon M.Ross, “Stochastic Processes”, John Wiley and Sons, 2004.
2. Medhi.J. “ Stochastic Processes”, New Age International , 2002.
3. D.L.(Paul) Minh, “Applied Probability Models”, Duxbury Thomson Learning, 2002
4. Gross.D, Harris C.M., “Fundamentals of Queueing Theory”, John Wiley and Sons, 2002
5. Sheldon M.Ross, “Introduction to Probability Models”, Academic Press, 2003.


3 1 0 3.5
BASIC CONCEPTS: Graphs - directed and undirected, subgraphs, graph models, degree of a vertex, degree sequence, Havel-
Hakimi theorem (statement only), hand-shaking lemma. walk, trail, path, connected graph, distance, diameter, isomorphic graphs.
common classes of graphs, matrix representation – Adjacency and incidence. (7+2)

CONNECTIVITY: Vertex and edge connectivity, characterization of 2-connected graphs, vertex and edge cuts, single-source single-
destination Network flow problem. (7+2)

SPANNING TREES: Matrix tree theorem, Cayley’s formula, depth-first and breadth-first search algorithms, minimum spanning tree
– Prim’s and Kruskal’s algorithms, shortest path – Dijkstra’s algorithm, . (7+3)

EULERIAN AND HAMILTONIAN GRAPHS: Eulerian and Hamiltonian graphs – definition and conditions for existence, application -
Route inspection problem – Fleury’s algorithm, travelling salesman problem. (6+2)

PLANAR GRAPHS: Euler formula and its consequences, Kuratowski’s characterization (concept and statement), planarity
algorithms. (6+2)

MATCHINGS: Matching in unweighted graphs - Berge’s theorem, Hall’s theorem, Tutte’s perfect matching theorem, applications.

VERTEX-COLORING: Vertex-coloring, bounds, largest degree first algorithm, applications - assignment of frequencies, fast register
allocation, scheduling problem. (6+2)
Total =L: 45 + T:15 = 60
1. Jonathan Gross and Jay Yellen, “Graph Theory and its Applications”, CRC Press, 2005.
2. Douglas B West, “Graph Theory”, Prentice Hall, 2009.

1. Bondy J.A. and Murty U.S.R., Graph Theory, Springer 2008.
2. Narsingh Deo, Graph Theory with Applications to Engineering And Computer Science, Prentice Hall , 2010.
3. Vago I, Graph Theory Application to the Calculation of Electrical Networks, Elsevier Science, 1985.



2 1 0 2.5
MANAGEMENT: Concept –Importance - Principles of Management – Functions of Management–Skills and Management Levels. (4)

ORGANISATIONAND LEADERSHIP: Various classifications - Leadership styles and Communication in organization. (2+1)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Definition – Importance – Functions – Training and development. (4+2)

GLOBALISATION AND ITS IMPACT ON HRM: Work force diversity - Cross cultural Mgt and Multicultural Mgt. (4+2)

INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY: Objectives – Individual behaviour - Group behaviour-Group Dynamics – Motivation – Perception–
Industrial Fatigue. (3+3)

WORK ETHICS: Professional Values and Ethics – Need – Issues - Challenges. (4)

SOCIOLOGY: Definition – Scope – Significance – Society – Community – Institutions – Culture – Socialization – Social system

GLOBAL ISSUES: Environmental issues – Natural resources – Pollution. Social issues – National integration – Corruption –
Terrorism – Regionalism – Communalism - Adolescent problems - Causes and consequences. (2+2)

INDIAN CONSTITUTION: Introduction and Evolution of Indian Constitution, – Fundamental Rights and Duties - Centre-State
Relations– Union Government – Powers and Functions. (5+3)

Total = L:30+T:15= 45
1. Vikram Bisen and Priya, “Industrial Psychology”, New Age International (P) Ltd., Publishers, 2010.
2. Shankar Rao C. N., “Sociology”, Sultan Chand and Co.,

1. Harold Koontz, Heinz Weihrich and Ramachandra Aryasri, “Principles of Management” - Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2004.
2. Dezenzo A David and Robbins P Robbins, “Human Resource Management”, John Wiley and Sons, Inc, MA., 2002.
3. Murthy C.S.V., “Business Ethics”, Himalaya Publishing House, 2007.
4. Basu D. P., “Introduction to the Constitution of India”, Prentice Hall of India, 2001.


2 1 0 2.5
HUMAN VALUES AND ETHOS: Meaning and Significance of Values – Sources of Individual Values - Value crisis in the
Contemporary Indian Society –Moral and Ethical Values. (3+2)

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ETHICS: Concept of Social Responsibility – Need and Importance of Social Responsibility –
Business Ethics. (3+3)

APPLICATION OF VALUES: Relevance of Values in Management – Personal Values and Values at Work place – Values for
Managers. (4+2)

WORK ETHICS: Professional Values and Ethics – Need – Issues – Challenges – Ethical Leadership – Ethical dilemma - Case
Study. (4+2)

ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND ITS CHALLENGES: Elements of strong organization culture – Brooks Perterson’s
classification of culture. (5)

SHARED VALUES IN THE ORGANIZATION AND ITS IMPACT: Need to identify and share values – the Value Construct and How
to Promote Shared Values. (6)

UNIVERSAL VALUES: Cross Cultural Values - Impact of Culture on Organizations and Managing Workforce Diversity. (3+2)

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP: Managing emotions – Emotional Intelligence – Building Better interpersonal Relations –
Dealing with Subordinates – Case Study. (2+4)

Total = L:30+T:15 = 45
1. Tripathi A. N., “Human values” – New Age international Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2002
2. Murthy C.S.V., “Business Ethics”, Himalaya Publishing House, 2007.

1. Jayshree Suresh, Raghavan B.S., “Professional Ethics”, S. Chand and Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2005.
2. Nandagopal R. and Ajith Sankar RN., “Indian Ethos and Values in Management”, McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2010.

3. Kiran D. R., “Professional Ethics and Human Values”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007.
4. Proceedings of National Conference on Integrating values and Social Concerns with Technical Education, PSG College of
Technology, 2010.


2 1 0 2.5
NATURE AND SCOPE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Meaning and Definition of HRM, Objectives and Functions of
HRM, Models of HRM, HRM in a changing Environment, Human Resource Management in the wake of Globalisation. (3+3)

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: Principles of Learning, Objectives, Types and Training Methods, Management Development: Its
Meaning, Scope and Objectives. (4+2)

WAGE AND SALARY ADMINISTRATION: Principles and Techniques of Wage Fixation, Job Evaluation, Incentive Schemes. (5)

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL: Process, Methods, Factors that distort appraisal, Case studies in Methods to Improve Performance,
Role of Performance in the Performance Management Process, Performance Appraisal Vs. Potential Appraisal. (2+4)

MORALE AND MOTIVATION OF EMPLOYEES: Morale-importance of Moral and Motivation Methods of Employees,
Empowerment – Factors Affecting Empowerment – Process – Benefits. (6)

Records – Factories Act of 1948 and pollution legislations. (1+3)

INTERNATIONAL HRM: Model, Variables that outline difference between local and International HRM approaches to IHRM, Linking
HRM to International Expansion Strategies. (6)

TRENDS IN HR: HR Outsourcing – HRIS – Management of Turnover and retention – Workforce Relationlization – Managing
Separation – Case studies in Trends in Employee Engagement and Retention. (3+3)
Total = L:30+T:15 = 45
1. Gary Dessler, “Human Resource Management”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2009.
2. VSP Rao, “Human Resources Management Text and Cases”, Excel Books, 2010.

1. Dezenzo A David and Robbins P Robbins, “Human Resource Management”, John Wiley and Sons, Inc, MA., 2002.
2. Aswathappa K, “Human Resource and Personnel Management – Text and Cases”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2007.
3. Bernardin H, John, “Human Resource Management – An experiential Approach”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2004.
4. Cascio H, Wayne, “Managing Human Resources – Productivity, Quality of Work Life and Profits, Tata McGraw Hill, 2004.
5. Cynthia D.Fisher, Lyle F. Schoenfeldt and James B.Shaw, Human Resources Management, biztantra, New Delhi, 2005.


2 1 0 2.5
PREAMBLE AND ITS PHILOSOPHY: Introduction and Evolution of Indian Constitution preamble and its Philosophy. (5)

CENTRE-STATE RELATIONS: Directive Principles of State Policy, Fundamental Rights and Duties, Centre-State Relations. (2+4)

UNION GOVERNMENT: Powers, Functions and Position of President, Vice-President and Council of Ministers (5)

COMPOSITION OF PARLIAMENT: Constitution Amendment Procedure, Financial Legislation in Parliament. Case Study (3+2)

FEDERAL SYSTEM: Features of Federal System, Administrative Relationship between Union and States, Powers, Functions and
Position of Governors, Function of Chief Ministers, Council of Ministers. Composition and powers of the State Legislature (5+3)

JUDICIARY: The Union Judiciary - Supreme Court and High Court. (4)

PUBLIC SERVICES: All India Services, Central Civil Services, State Services, Local Services and Training of Civil Services. (4+2)

INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: Foreign Policy of India, Foreign Policy of USA, International Institutions like UNO, WTO, SAARC and
Environmentalism. (2+4)
Total = L: 30+T:15 = 45
1. Basu D.D., “Introduction to the Constitution of India” - Prentice Hall of India, 2001.
2. Dr. Durga Dasbasu,”Introduction to the Constitution of India”, Lexisnerxis Butterwrths Wathax, Nagpur, 2010.
3. Briji Kishore Sharma, “Introduction to the Constitution of India”, Prentice Hall of India, 2005.

1. Pandey J. N., “Constitutional Law of India” - Central Law Agency, 1998.
2. Hoshiar Singh, “Indian Administration” - Kitab Mahal, 2003.
3. “Constitution of India”, Eastern Book Company, 1990.
4. Jain. M. C., “The Constitution of India”, Law House, New Delhi, 2001.
5. Shukla. V. N., “Constitution of India”, Eastern Book Company, 2011.


2 1 0 2.5
SOCIOLOGY: Definition – Scope – Significance - Society – Community – Association – Institutions – Culture – Socialization – social
systems. (7)

FAMILY AND MARRIAGE IN INDIA: Family and Marriage – Meaning - Characteristics – Types – Changing functions – Recent
trends – Impact of westernization and globalization on family and marriage systems in India. (6)

SOCIAL ISSUES IN INDIA: Problems of national integration – corruption – terrorism – regionalism – gender discrimination –
communalism – causes and consequences. Adolescent problems - Alcoholism – Drug addiction – juvenile delinquency – crime -
AIDS – Population growth – causes and consequences. (8)

SOCIAL CONTROL: Meaning – importance - Types of agencies – Role of education in social control – value education for total
well being – Eternal values – Pollution of mind – respect for all religion – human dignity – respect for parents, teachers and fellow
beings. Human rights – Importance of socialization – role of family, and society in personality development. (4+4)

GLOBAL ISSUES: Environmental issues – natural recourses – environmental pollution – air, water, soil, noise and thermal –
need for public awareness – role of individual in prevention of pollution. Climate change – global warming – ozone layer, acid rain,
nuclear accidents and holocaust. Environmental protection Act – Air (prevention and control of pollution) Act - Water Act – Forest
Conservation Act. (2+6)

ROLE OF ENGINEERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: Importance of environment in human health – Hazardous waste and
environmental problems – toxic waste management in India – Nuclear energy and radioactive wastes – Energy from waste – Role of
IT in environment protection and human health – role of engineers in environmental protection. (3+5)
Total = L: 30+T:15 = 45
1. Shankar Rao C.N – Sociology- Sultan Chand and Co. – 1995
2. Ram Ahuja – Social Problems in India – Rawat Publication, 2010

1. Kapadia K.M. – Marriage and Family in India, Oxford University Press, 1996.
2. Deepankar Roy, “Principles of Sociology”, Indian Publishing House, 2008.
3. Edward Alsworth Ross, “The Principles of Sociology”, Nabu Press, 2010.


2 1 0 2.5
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT: Meaning, Definition and Significance of Management, Basic Functions of Management –
Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling. (5)

ENGINEERS AND ORGANIZATIONAL ENVIRONMENT: Social, Economic, Technological and Political. Social Responsibility of
Engineers. (2+1)

MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS: MBO, Theory Z, Kaizen, Six Sigma, Quality Circles and TQM. (Case Study) (3+2)

BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING: Need for BPR, Various phases of BPR, Production and Productivity in six sigma and
TQM – Factors Influencing Productivity. (4+3)

ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: Significance of OB, Role of Leadership, Personality and Motivation, Stress, Attitudes, Values
and Perceptions at work. (7)

INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ORGANIZATION: Growth of Industries (Small Scale, Medium Scale and Large Scale Industries).
Forms of Business Organizations. Resource Management – Internal and External Sources. (2+4)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Importance, Objectives and Functions, Job Analysis and Recruitment, Selection and
Placement, Training and Development – Case Discussion. (4+2)

WELFARE IN INDUSTRY: Working condition, service facilities, legal legislation – Factories Act, 1948 and Workmen’s
Compensation Act. (3+3)
Total = L: 30+T:15 = 45
1. Harold Koontz, Heinz Weihrich and Ramachandra Aryasri, “Principles of Management” - Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2004.
2. Mamoria, C. B., “Personnel Management”, Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi, 2005.
3. Gary Dessler, “Human Resource Management”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2009.

1. Robin Fincham and Peter Rhodes, “ Principles of Organisational Behaviour” Oxford University Press., 2010.
2. C.B.Gupta,” Management Theory and Practice” Sultan Chand and Sons., New Delhi, 2009.
3. V.S.P.Rao.” Management Text and Cases” Excel books, New Delhi, 2009.
4. Fred Luthans,” Organisational Behaviour” Mc-Graw Hill, New York, 2005.
5. Aswathappa K, “Human Resource and Personnel Management – Text and Cases”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2007.
6. Khanna O P, “Industrial Engineering and Management”, Dhanpat Rai Publications, New Delhi, 2003.
7. Joepeppard, Philip Rowland, “Business Process Reenginerring”, Kogan PAGE, 1996.

2 1 0 2.5
INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Definition – Characteristics and Functions of an Entrepreneur – Common myths
about entrepreneurs – Importance or Entrepreneurship. Seminar in R5 and R6. (2+2)

CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION: The role of creativity – The innovation Process – Sources of New Ideas – Methods of Generating
Ideas – Creative Problem Solving – Entrepreneurial Process. (3+2)

DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE BUSINESS MODEL: The Importance of a Business Model – Components of an Effective Business
Model – Case studies in Developing and Writing the Business Plan. (3+2)

APPRAISAL OF PROJECTS: Importance of Evaluating Various options – Case studies in Appraisal Techniques. (4+2)

FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION: Sole Proprietorship – Partnership – Limited liability partnership - Joint Stock Companies
and Cooperatives. (3+2)

FINANCING THE NEW VENTURE: Determining Financial Needs – Sources of Financing – Equity and Debt Funding – Case studies
in Evaluating Financial Performance. (4+2)

THE MARKETING FUNCTION: Industry Analysis – Competitor Analysis – Marketing Research for the New Venture – Defining the
Purpose or Objectives – Gathering Data from Secondary Sources – Gathering Information from Primary Sources – Analyzing and
Interpreting the Results – The Marketing Process. (3+2)

MANAGING GROWTH OF NEW VENTURES: Challenges of Growth – Strategies for Firm Growth – Internal and External Growth
Strategies. (6)

Ethics and Business Decisions. (2+1)
Total = L:30+T:15 = 45

1. Robert D Hisrich, Michael P Peters and Dean Shepherd, “Entrepreneurship”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2007.
2. Donald F.Kuratko and Richard M.Hodgetts, “Entrepreneurship”, South-Western.

1. Thomas W.Zimmerer, Norman M.Scarborough, “Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management”, Prentice Hall
of India, 2009.
2. Marc J Dollinger, “Entrepreneurship – Strategies and Resources”, Pearson Education, 2003.
3. G. S. Sudha, “Management and Entrepreneurship Development”, Indus Valley Publication, 2009.
4. Mary Coulter, “Entrepreneurship in Action”, Prentice Hall of India, 2006.
5. Successful startups, IIM, Ahmadabad.
6. Successful Entrepreneurs, CII.
7. Vasant Desai, The Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Development and Management, Himalaya Publishing House, 2010.



COMMUNICATION SKILLS USING LITERARY TEXTS: Comprehension and critical evaluation of literary essays – focus on
language style, vocabulary, variety of expression, and emphasis techniques – review of short stories – critical appreciation of
poetry - review of a novel. (12)

ESSENTIALS OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION: Intra and interpersonal communication, interview techniques, group
communication, public speaking, and Presentation techniques - style and writing techniques, email writing, and cross – cultural
communication. (10)

FOCUS ON SOFT SKILLS: Etiquette, body language, telephone conversation, and team building. (4)

REPORT WRITING: Format and different types of formal reports, memos, and proposals. (5)

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: Presentations and reviews – group discussions – mock interviews, and case studies. (14)
Total= L: 45 = 45
1. Monograph prepared by the Faculty, Department of English, in 2012.

1. Dhanavel, S.P., “English and Soft Skills”, Orient BlackSwan, Hyderabad, 2010.
2. Murphy, Herta A, Hildelrandt, Herbert W and Thomas, Jane P, “Effective Business Communication”, Tata Mc-Graw Hill
Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2008.
3. Sharma, C.M. Ed., “Twelve Short Stories: An Anthology of Short Stories”, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2001.
4. Amitav Ghosh, “River of Smoke”, Penguin India, New Delhi, 2011.
5. Priyadarshi Patnaik, “Group Discussion and Interview Skills”, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, 2011.


INTRODUCTION: German culture, tradition, universities and companies, alphabet, greetings, vocabulary. (3)

GRAMMAR: Pronouns, verbs (sein and haben) and their conjugations, articles, question words, statements and questions,
negation, countries, nationalities and languages, simple dialogues. (7)

USAGE OF NOUNS and ADJECTIVES: Singular and plural, possessive pronouns, family, professions, number system, a short
text and dialogues related to family - exercises. (8)

IRREGULAR VERBS: Subject – verb agreement (with regular and irregular verbs), accusative and dative declensions of pronouns
and articles, modal verbs and their related grammatical structure. (4)

SYNTAX: Word order and sentence formation, usage of nicht/kein, usage of modal verbs and dialogues. (4)

TIME: Formal and informal expressions, usage of adverbs, daily routines, related verbs and question words, related vocabulary and
grammar, sample dialogues and exercises. (8)

Invitations and telephone conversations. (2)

SKILLS TRAINING: Listening, speaking, reading, and writing . (9)

Total= L: 45 = 45
1. Rosa-Maria Dallapiazza, Eduard von Jan and Til Schönherr , “ Tangram aktuell 1“ Goyal Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd.,
Delhi, 2006.
2. Hermann Funk, Christina Kuhn and Silke Demme, “ studio d A1“, Goyal Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd., Delhi, 2009.

1. Mukhopadhyay, Ajayita, “ Viva üben macht Spaβ-2“, Viva Education Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2008.
2. Mukhopadhyay, Ajayita, “ Viva üben macht Spaβ-3“, Viva Education Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2008.
3. Kursisa, Anta et al., “Fit für fit in Deutsch 1 und 2“, Goyal Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd., Delhi, 2010.


INTRODUCTION: French Culture and Civilization, Grammar and Vocabulary. (2)

UNIT-1: Getting to know - and invite responses to the call - describe people-definite and indefinite articles - kind of nouns and
adjectives, negation and interrogation - the present conjugation - paris monuments and public places - the lives of four different
parisian professions. (11)

UNIT-2: Expressing the order and the obligation to request and order - evaluate and appreciate, congratulate and thank - partitive
articles, demonstrative adjectives and possessive prepositions and adverbs of quantity and imperative of reflexive verbs - a region
of france burgundy - daily life in the countryside. (11)

UNIT-3: Telling and reporting - advise - complain and reprimand - explain and justify - pronouns-near future - past tense and
imperfect tense - several regions of france - different social worlds. (11)

UNIT-4: Ask for permission - prohibition - make projects - discuss and debate -pronouns <en> and <y> - relative pronouns and
superlatives - conjugation of the future - past and present continuous récent - the regional administrative life - economic and
ecological problems - tradition and modernity. (10)
Total= L: 45 = 45
1. Philippe Dominique, et al., “Le Nouveau Sans Frontières”, CLE International, 1999.

1. Mathurin Dondo, “Dondo Modern French Course “, Oxford University Press, Great Britain, 1997.
2. Margaret Lang and Isabelle Perez, “Modern French Grammar”, Paris, 1996.


INTRODUCTION: Geographic and socio - economic perspective to Japan, Japanese people and culture basic greetings and
response, script, method of writing hiragana and katakana, combination sounds and simple words. (5)

GRAMMAR: Fundamental structure of sentences – particles and particle phrases, affirmation, negation, interrogation, self
introduction, demonstratives, place markers, numerals and sentences in polite speech. (10)

VERBS: Past and non past tense, polite form of verbs and their uses - interactive functions of different verb forms, expressions of
time-days of the week, month and time of the day, conversation related to customs, habits and completion of action. (10)

NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES: Types of adjectives, combination of noun with `i` and `na` adjectives, negation and past forms of
adjectives - uses of noun and adjective sentences, existence of things/persons/animals/etc., positional nouns. (9)

ADVANCED EXPRESSIONS: Expressions of abilities, likes, dislikes, skills, need, desire etc., expressions of giving and receiving,
comparisons and reasoning, expressing counters of different objects. (6)

SKILLS TRAINING: Writing (basic structure of kanjis), listening, speaking, origami, method of using chopsticks. (5)

Total= L: 45 = 45
1.Minna no Nohongo – Romaji ban, 3A Corporation, Tokyo, 2000.

1. Minna no Nihong- I, Goyal Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2007.




BASIC CONCEPTS : Introduction to databases – Conventional file Processing – Data Modeling for a database – Three level
architecture – Data Independence – Components of a Database Management System (DBMS) – Advantages and disadvantages of
a DBMS – System Environment – users of DBMS. (6)

DATA MODELS : Introduction – Data Associations – entities, attributes, relationships – Entity relationship data models (ERD) –
Generalization – Aggregation – Conversion of ERD into tables – applications – Introduction to Network data model and Hierarchical
data model. (7)

FILE ORGANIZATION : Storage device Characteristics – constituents of a file – Operations on file - Serial files – Sequential files –
Index Sequential files – Direct files – Binary and Secondary key retrieval – Indexing using Tree structures. (6)

RELATIONAL MODEL: Introduction – Relational databases – Relational Algebra – Relational algebra queries (5)

RELATIONAL DATABASE MANIPULATION: Structured Query Language (SQL) - Basic data retrieval – Condition specification -
SQL Join – views and update, Query Processing. (6)

DATA BASE DESIGN THEORY: Functional dependencies – axioms – Normal forms based on primary keys – Second Normal form
Third Normal form, Boyce – Codd Normal form – examples. Multivalued dependencies – Fourth Normal form – Data base design
process – Database Tuning. (7)

DATABASE SECURITY , INTEGRITY AND CONTROL: Security and Integrity threats – Access Controls and measures, Defense
mechanisms-Transaction management, and concurrency control mechanisms. (4)

ADVANCED DATABASE SYSTEM: Introduction to distributed database, parallel database, spatial database and mobile database.
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Elmasri R and Navathe S.B, “Fundamentals of Database Systems”, Pearson Education, 2009.

1. Bipin C.Desai, “An Introduction to Database System ‘’, Galgotia Publisher, 2004.
2. Silberschatz A., Korth H and Sudarshan S., “Database System Concepts”, McGraw Hill Inc., 2010.
3. Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke, “Database Management System”, McGraw Hill Inc., 2009.


DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING: Basis of distributed computing – decomposition approaches – layers vs. tiers – basis of client/server
computing – components – client/server computing approaches – application development – advantages, disadvantages and
obstacles of client/server technology – multitier computing overview – benefits – disadvantages – tier separations and interaction.
ENTERPRISE FOUNDATIONS: Enterprise Architectural overview - object oriented software development for enterprise -
Component Based software development for enterprise. Java Enterprise System (4)

ENTERPRISE DATA ENABLING: Enterprise Data - Basis of JDBC - interfaces –drivers - Advanced JDBC features. (5)

ENTERPRISE WEB AND COMMUNICATIONS ENABLING: Distributed Enterprise Communications Basis - RMI Communication -
Web Browsers and Web Servers in Enterprise. Web Programming – XML - Java Servlets - Java Server pages. (6)

MULTITIER ENTERPRISE COMPUTING: EJB – Session stateless and stateful beans – message driven beans – entities - Tools for
Enterprise Computing - Patterns – Framework. (8)

SERVICES FOR DISTRIBUTED ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS: Naming Services, Directory and Trading services, Activation Services,
Message Services, Transaction Services, Security Services and High assurance Enterprise applications. (8)

ENTERPRISE INTEROPERABILITY: Enterprise Application Integration, Interoperability between various computing technologies –
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Paul J Perrone, Venkata S R Krishna R and Chayanti, "Building Java Enterprise Systems with J2EE", Techmedia, 2000.

1. Jeri Edwards, “ 3-Tier Client/Server at Work”, John Wiley and Sons, 1999.
2. Karen Watterson, “Client / Server Technology for Managers” Addison Wesley, 1996.
3. Dustin R Callaway, "Inside Servlets", Addison Wesley, 2001.
4. Jason Hunter, "Java Servlet Programming", O’ Reily and Associates Inc., 2001.
5. George Reese, "Database programming, with JDBC and Java”, O'Reily, 2000
6. Rima Patel Sriganesh, Gerald Brose and Micah Silverman, “Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0”, John Wiley and Sons, 2006.
7. Bill Burke and Richard Monson Haefel, "Enterprise Java Beans 3.0", O'Reily, 2006.


INTRODUCTION TO PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING: Introduction, Architecture and Distributed computing models
and technologies SOA, Web Services (5)

GRID, CLUSTER AND UTILITY COMPUTING: Introduction, Architecture, Pros and Cons, Real time applications. (4)

INTRODUCTION TO CLOUD COMPUTING : Definition, History, Comparison of Cloud Computing with Grid, Cluster and Utility
Computing, Deployment models – Private, Public, Hybrid and Community - Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing . SaaS, PaaS, IaaS
etc. (8)

VIRUTUALIZATION : Types of Virtualization, Tools for Virtualization, Architecture of VMM, Virtualization for Cloud. (4)

ADVANCED WEB TECHNOLOGIES: AJAX and Mashup – Programing examples using applications. (4)

MAP REDUCE PARADIGMS: Introduction, GFS Architecture, HDFS Architecture, Hbase, Google big Table, Amazon’s (key value)
pair storage and Microsoft’s Azure infrastructure, Map reduce programming examples. (6)

CLOUD COMPUTING FRAMEWORK: Amazon EC3, S3 storage revises, Aneka frame work, IBM blue Cloud. (7)

APPLICATIONS: Distributed search engine and distributed data mining in the cloud. (7)
Total =L: 45 = 45
1. Anthony T. Velte, Toby J. Velte and Robert Elsenpeter “Cloud Computing : A Practical Approach” Mc Graw Hill, 2010

1. Liu M L, “Distributed Computing Principles and Applications”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2005
2. Ron Schmelzer et al, ”XML and Web Services”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2002.
3. Dean J and Ghemawat S, “ MapReduce: Simplified Data Processing on Large Clusters” OSDI, 2004.
4. DeCandia et al G,” Dynamo Amazon’s Highly Available Key-Value Store”, SOSP, 2007.
5. Ghemawat S, Gobioff H and Leung S T, ”The Google File System”, Proc. SOSP, 2003.
6. www.gridcomputing.com
7. www.cloudcomputing.com
8. https://computing.llnl.gov/tutorials/parallel_comp/
9. http://www.vmware.com/pdf/virtualization.pdf


(To be offered by the PSG Institute of Management)



Introduction. (3)
Financial Statements. (3)
Transactional Analysis. (3)
Current Assets. (3)
Property, Plant & Equipment. (3)
Liabilities. (3)
Owner’s Equity. (3)
Income Statement. (3)
Statement of Cash Flows. (3)
Fundamental Interpretations of Financial Statements. (3)
Financial Statement Analysis. (3)
Managerial Accounting. (3)
CVP Analysis. (4)
Budgets & Performance. (3)
Segments & Flexible Budget. (3)
Total L: 45

1. Marshall and McManus, “Accounting: What the Numbers Mean”, shrink-wrapped with the student supplement: Study Outlines,
Solutions to odd-numbered problems and Ready-Notes, 5th Edition, Irwin-McGraw Hill Publishers.

1. http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072379006.


Overview; Managerial Finance, Taxes. (5)
Financial Statements and Analysis. (5)
Cash Flow and Financial Planning. (5)
Working Capital & Current Asset Management. (5)
Current Liabilities Management. (5)
Time Value of Money. (5)
Capital Budgeting & Cash Flows. (5)
Risk & Return. (5)
Interest Rates. (5)

Total L: 45

1. Gitman and Lawrence J, “Principals of Managerial Finance-Brief”, 3rd Edition, Addition Wesley, Longman, Inc 2003

1. http://finance.utoledo.edu/tutors.htm


Statistics, Data and Statistical thinking. (4)

Describing Sets of Data. (4)
Basic Probability Concepts. (4)
Discrete Random Variables. (3)
Continuous Random Variables. (3)
Sampling Distributions. (3)
Estimation with Confidence Interval, Single Sample. (3)
Hypothesis Testing, Single Sample. (3)
Inferences Based on Two Samples. (3)
Simple Linear Regression. (3)
Multiple Linear Regression. (4)
Analysis of Variance. (4)
Categorical Data Analysis. (4)
Total L: 45

1. McClave, Benson and Sincich, “Statistics for Business and Economics”, 9th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2004



Introduction and Overview. (3)

Marketing: managing Profitable Customer Relationships. (3)
Company and Marketing Strategy. (3)
Marketing in the Digital Age. (2)
The Marketing Environment. (2)
Managing Marketing Information. (2)
Consumer Markets and Buyer Behaviour. (2)
Business Markets and Business Behaviour. (2)
Segmentation. (2)
Products, Services and Branding. (2)
New Product Development. (2)
Pricing Considerations. (2)
Pricing Strategies. (2)
Marketing Channels. (2)
Integrated Marketing Communications. (2)
Advertising, Public Relations. (3)
Personal Sellin. (3)
The Global Marketplace. (3)
Forecasting. (3)
Total L: 45

1. Kotler and Armstrong, “Principles of Marketing”, 10th Edition, Upper Saddle NJ: Prentice Hall



Operations As a competitive weapon 3. (3)

Operations Strategy. (3)
Project Management. (3)
Managing Processes. (3)
Process Analysis. (3)
Process Performance and Quality. (3)
Constraint Management. (3)
Process Layout. (3)
Lean System. (3)
Supply Chain Strategy. (3)
Location. (3)
Inventory Management. (3)
Sales and Operations Planning. (3)
Resource Planning. (3)
Scheduling. (3)
Total L: 45


1. Lee J Krajewsi, Larry P Ritzman and Majon K Malhotra, “Operations Management – Processes and Value Chains”, 8th Edition,
PHI Learning P.Ltd., New Delhi, 2008




KNOWING ONESELF: Explore habits, attitudes, preferences and experience and tune them to suit the organizations, Become
aware of strengths and weaknesses, talents and problems, emotions and ideas, Know your ambitions, goals and values, IQ,EQ &
SQ. (5)

SELF MANAGEMENT: Time management, Ability to Socialize. (2)

INTEGRATED PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT: Recognizing the growth of different dimensions of one’s personality such as,
Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Moral, Social and Spiritual. (4)

PERSONAL COMPETENCES: Developing rapport, Listening skills, Developing tem spirit, Assertiveness and negotiation skills,
Leadership Skills, Giving and receiving constructive Criticism, Positive thinking and creative thinking, Interview techniques and
grooming. (4)

Total: 15

1. RajivK Mishra, “Personality Development”, Rupa & Co., 2008.
2. Selvam S. K. P., “Personality Development”, Aph Publishing Corporation, 2010.
3. Materials provided by Guest Speakers.



FINANCIAL MARKETS: Types of investments, Characteristics of investments. (5)

STOCK EXCHANGES IN INDIA: BSE & NSE Trading, Computation of Index. (2)

DERIVATIVES: Call and Put Options Futures and Forward Contracts, Swaps. (3)

DEMAT ACCOUNT AND TRADING ACCOUNT ON-LINE TRADING: Order placing, Cancellation of order, Speculation. (5)


1. Bhalla, “Investment Management”, Sultan Chand Books in India, 2008.
2. MachuRaju, “Indian Financial Market”, Vikas Publishing House, 2nd Edition, 2002.
3. Panday I. M., “Financial Management”, Vikas Publishing House, 9th Edition, 2007.



INTRODUCTION OF ACCOUNTING: Branches of Accounting – Types of Accounting Concepts and Conventions – Subsidiary
Books. (3)


COST ACCOUNTING: Concepts – Objectives – Methods of Costing. Cost Sheet – Elements of Cost – Cost Concepts –
Classification – Cost Sheet. (3)

JOB ORDER COSTING: Features Objectives – Procedure – Job Cost Sheet. Activity Based Costing – Methodology – Applications
CURRENT TRENDS IN ACCOUNTING: Annual Reports – Skill Application. (3)

Total: 15

1. Grewal T.S., “Double Entry Book-Keeping”, Sultan Chand & Sons, 5th Edition.
2. Shukla, “Principles of Accounting”, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi, 2005.
3. Gaur & Narang, “Cost Accounting”, Kalyani Publishing Co., Ltd., New Delhi, 2011.



HUMAN VALUES AND ETHOS: Meaning and Significance of Values – Sources of Individual Values - Value crisis in the
Contemporary Indian Society –Moral and Ethical Values. (4)

APPLICATION OF VALUES: Relevance of Values in Management – Personal Values and Values at Work place – Values for
Managers. (2)

WORK ETHICS: Professional Values & Ethics – Need – Issues – Challenges – Ethical Leadership – Ethical dilemma - Case Study.

SHARED VALUES IN THE ORGANIZATION AND ITS IMPACT: Need to identify and share values – the Value Construct and How
to Promote Shared Values. (2)

UNIVERSAL VALUES: Cross Cultural Values - Impact of Culture on Organizations and Managing Workforce Diversity. (3)

Total : 15

1 Tripathi A. N., “Human values” – New Age international Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2002.
2 Murthy C.S.V., “Business Ethics”, Himalaya Publishing House, 2007.
3 Jayshree Suresh, Raghavan B.S., “Professional Ethics”, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2005.
4 Nandagopal R. and Ajith Sankar RN., “Indian Ethos and Values in Management”, McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2010.
5 Kiran D. R., “Professional Ethics and Human Values”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007.
6 Proceedings of National Conference on Integrating values & Social Concerns with Technical Education, PSG College of
Technology, 2010.




INSURANCE AND RISK: Client Side – Components of the Costs of Risk. (3)

PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE: Insurance Company Operations – Documents. (3)

MASS CONTROL: Insurance Intermediaries – Insurance Companies and their Role in Deducting Business / Role Risks. (3)

FINANCIAL RISKS: Shift of Risks – Risk Derivatives. (3)

Total: 15

1. George E Rejda, “Principles of Risk Management & Insurance”, 11th Ed., 2010.
2. John Hull, “Risk Management & Financial Institution”, 2012.
3. Alka Mittal & S. L. Gupta, “Principles of Insurance & Risk Management”, 2006.



INTRODUCTION: Export – Import Business – Preliminaries for starting Export – Import Business – Registration. (3)

EXPORT PROCEDURES: Obtaining an Export Licence – Export Credit Insurance – Procedures and Documentation. (3)

FOREIGN EXCHANGE: Finance for Exports – Pricing - Understanding Foreign Exchange Rates. (3)

IMPORT PROCEDURES: Import Policy – Licence - Procedure and Documentation. (3)

EXPORT INCENTIVES: Incentives – Institutional Support. (3)


1. C. Ramagopal, “Export Import Procedures - Documentation and Logistics”, New Age International.
2. “Inco terms Export Costing and Pricing with Case Studies Case Law and Exercises”, Paras Ram Anupam Publications, Edt. 23,
Rs 495.
3. Cherian and Parab, “Export Marketing”, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2008.
4. Rathod, Rathor and Jani, “International Marketing”, Himalaya Publishing House, NewDelhi, 2008.
5. “Government of India: Export-Import Policy, procedures, etc.”, (Volumes I, II and III) NewDelhi.
6. “Government of India: Handbook of Procedures, Import and Export Promotion”, New Delhi.
7. Duty Drawback, “(with New Drawback Rates w.e.f. 1st October, 2011)”, Nabhi’s Board of Editors, 49th edition, October 2011,
8. “Duty Entitlement Pass Book Scheme (DEPB)”, Nabhi’s Board of Editors, 24th, September 2010, Rs.340.
9. “EXPORTERS Manual and Documentation with Free Complimentary book How to Export (OUT OF PRINT)”, Nabhi’s Board of Editors,
2009, Rs.695.
10. “How to Export 2012”, Nabhi’s Board of Editors, 19th Edition, August 2012, Rs 240.
11. “How to Import 2012”, Nabhi’s Board of Editors, 18th Edition, August 2012, Rs.190.
12. M I Mahajan, “Import Policy procedures and Documentation 2012-13”, Edt. 7, Jain Book Publishers, Rs 650.



INTRODUCTION: Basics of Corporate Culture, Etiquette, Code governing manners and conduct, Personal Grooming, People
relationship, Worthy goals/ideals. (3)

CORPORATE COMMUNICATION (ORAL): Communicating in Organizational Settings, Recognizing effective Communication,

Mastering Listening and Nonverbal Communication Skills, Overcoming Barriers to Communication, Communicating in Teams and
Cross, Culturally and Fine, Tuning Corporate Communication Skills. (4)

WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: Planning, Writing, and completing business messages, Writing messages for Electronic Media,
Creating effective E-mail messages, Writing routine and positive and negative messages, Writing persuasive messages, Guidelines
for writing Reports and proposals/Format and layout of Business Documents. (5)


Total: 15

1. Herta A. Murphy, Hebert W. Hildebrandt, and Jane P. Thomas, “Effective Business Communication”, McGraw – Hill,
VII Edition, New Delhi, 2008.
2. Courtland L. Bove’e, John V. Thill, and Mukesh Chaturvedi, “Business Communication Today”, Dorling Kindersley India (Pvt).
Ltd., 2009.



INTRODUCTION: Process of Communication, Types of Communication, Barriers to Communication, Case studies. (2)

ORAL COMMUNICATION: Communication in the work place. (1)

Conversational Skills. (1)

Presentation Skills (1)

Interview Techniques (2)

Team Management Skills (1)

Spoken English (2)

Personality Development (2)

Practicals (3)


1. Kitty O Locker and Stephen Kyo Kaczmarek, “Business Communication”, McGraw – Hill, III Edition, New York, 2008.
2. Ashraf Rizvi M., “Effective Technical Communication”, McGraw – Hill, New York, 2005.
3. Sasikumar V., Kiranmai Dutt P. , and Geetha Rajeevan, “Oral Communication Skills”, Cambridge University Press India Pvt.
Ltd., New Delhi, 2009.



SOFT SKILLS: Importance and types of soft skills, Hand skills Vs soft skills in the world of work. (2)

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: Significance, Interpersonal Skills for Team building, Making small Talks. (1.5)

EMAIL ETIQUETTE: Do’s and Don’ts of Email drafting. (3)

NEGOTIATION SKILLS: The need and Significance of negotiation Skills in work contexts. (2)

CROSS CULTURAL COMMUNICATION: The need for Cross Cultural Communication in the global context, Understanding Cross
Cultural Communication. (1.5)

CORPORATE COMMUNICATION: The Essence of Corporate Communication, Conversations in Transactional Situations,

Discussions/Meetings/Team Skills, Social Grace, Attitude Building. (5)

Total: 15

1. E.H. McGrath, S.J. “Basic Managerial Skills for All” Prentice – Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi , 2008.
2. Kumar E. Suresh. “Communication Skills & Soft Skills : An Integrated Approach”. Pearson Education India, 2011.
3. Herta A. Murphy, Hebert W. Hildebrand t, and Jane P. Thomas, “Effective Business Communication”, McGraw – Hill,
VII Edition, New Delhi, 2008.
4. Courtland L. Bove’e, John V. Thill, and Mukesh Chaturvedi, “Business Communication Today”, Dorling Kindersley India (Pvt).
Ltd., 2009.

INTRODUCTION: Fundamentals of Technical Writing, Using multifarious resources, Collecting and Organizing information,
Understanding Audience/Readers, Analyzing Source credibility. (4)

TECHNICAL WRITING: Use of Language, Punctuation and Mechanics, Pre-writing Techniques, Documentation, Manipulating
Written material, Proof reading, Paraphrasing and Summarizing. (4)

REPORT WRITING: Types of Reports, Creating an outline for Project Reports, Drafting information verbally and visually, Handling
Presentation Tools, MS Word/MS Power Point, Using the library and the Internet, Quoting Bibliographical references, Plagiarism.(5)

PRACTICAL: Spotting the Error, Rewriting a given document, Producing Oral Reports. (2)

Total : 15

1. Blake, Gary & Robert W. Bly. The Elements of Technical Writing: The essential guide to writing. NY: MacMillan, 1993. ISBN:
2. Society for Technical Communication. Technical Communication 38, 4(1991). Special Issue: Collaborative Writing.
3. Tichy, Henrietta J. Effective Writing For Engineers, Managers, Scientists. New York: John Wiley, 1988.
4. Strunk, William, Jr., and White, E. B. The Elements of Style. New York: Macmillan, 1979.



ExpEYES user library in C and Python. ExpEYES Graphical User interface. Using the input and output terminals. Voltage current
ratings and timing. Measuring voltage and current . Voltage and current sources. Studying waveforms- amplitude, frequency and
time measurement. FFT analyser. (7)

PYTHON PROGRAMMING BASICS: Introduction to the MinGW IDE. Experiment development using Python or C. Temperature
measurement using PT100 and LM35. Oscillatory motion. Cooling curves. Magnetic induction. Capacitor charge and discharge.
LCR circuits. Optical measurements-light sensor for timing signals. Electrical conductivity of electrolytes . Ultrasonic sensors. (8)

Total = L: 15 = 15

1. Ajith kumar BP, ExpEYES User Manual , IUAC publications New Delhi, 2012
2. Ajith kumar BP , ExpEYES Junior User manual, IUAC publications New Delhi, 2012
3. Ajith kumar BP, ExpEYES Programmers manual, IUAC publications, New Delhi, 2012
4. Ajith Kumar B.P, Python for Education, IUAC publications New Delhi , 2010
5. Mark lutz, Learning Python, O'Reilly media, 2009, USA
7. Versions 2012 of IUAC publications for expEYES available for download on-line under OGL at
8. IUAC official website www.iuac.res.in
9. System hardware and software source files and other resources available at ExpEYES official website http://expeyes.in
10. Python programming language official website www.python.org