New Pune University First year Syllabus Engineering

Pune University changes its syllabus after every 5 years so it started is new syllabus.

University of Pune
Faculty of Engineering
F.E. (Common to All Branches) 2008 Structure (w.e.f. June-2008)
Lect. Tut. Pract./
Paper TW Oral Pr Total
107001 Engineering Mathematics-I 4 - - 100 - - - 100
107002 Applied Science – I 4 - 2 100 25 - - 125
110003 Fundamentals of
Programming languages.
1 - 2 - - - 50** 050
103004 Basic Electrical Engineering 3 - 2 100 25 - - 125
101005 Basic Civil and
Environmental Engineering
3 - 2 100 25 - - 125
102006 Engineering Graphics – I 3 - 2 100 - - - 100
111007 Manufacturing Practices - - 2 - 25 - - 025
Total of Part – I 18 - 12 500 150 - - 650
Lect. Tut. Pract./
Paper TW Oral Pr Total
107008 Engineering Mathematics-II 4 - - 100 - - - 100
107009 Applied Science – II 4 - 2 100 25 - - 125
101010 Engineering Mechanics 3 - 2 100 25 - - 125
104011 Basic Electronics Engineering 3 - 2 100 25 - - 125
102012 Engineering Graphics – II 1 - 2 - 50 - - 050
102013 Basic Mechanical Engineering 3 - 2 100 25 - - 125
Communication Skill * - - 2 - - - - -
Total of Part – II 18 - 12 500 150 - - 650
* Communication Skill : Practical will be conducted by respective departments,. hence no subject code is
** This change has been done in the Meeting of Dean & Chairman of Faculty of Engineering held on
dt. 23-5-2008.
Syllabus for Engineering Degree Course – Revision 2008
F.E. Semester – I: 107001 – Engineering Mathematics – I
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures – 4 Hrs./Week Paper – 100 Marks\(3 Hrs. Duration)
Unit 1 (09 Hrs.)
Matrices: Rank, Normal form, System of Linear Equations, Linear Dependence and Independence,
Linear and Orthogonal Transformations. Eigen values, Eigen Vectors, Cayley – Hamilton Theorem.
Application to problems in Engineering (Translation and Rotation of Matrix).
Unit 2 (09 Hrs.)
Complex Numbers & Applications: Argand’s Diagram, De'Moivre's theorem and its application to find
roots of algebraic equations. Hyperbolic Functions, Inverse Hyperbolic Functions, Logarithm of
Complex Numbers, Separation into Real and Imaginary parts, Application to problems in Engineering.
Unit 3 (09 Hrs.)
Infinite Series: Infinite Sequences, Infinite Series, Alternating Series, Tests for Convergence, Absolute
and Conditional Convergence, Range of Convergence.
Differential Calculus: Successive Differentiation, Leibnitz Theorem.
Unit 4 (09 Hrs.)
Expansion of Functions: Taylor's Series and Maclaurin's Series.
Differential Calculus: Indeterminate Forms, L' Hospital's Rule, Evaluation of Limits.
Unit 5 (09 Hrs.)
Partial Differentiation and Applications: Partial Derivatives, Euler's Theorem on Homogeneous
Functions, Implicit functions, Total Derivatives, Change of Independent Variables.
Unit 6 (09 Hrs.)
Jacobian: Jacobians and their applications. Errors and Approximations.
Maxima and Minima: Maxima and Minima of Functions of two variables, Lagrange's method of
undetermined multipliers.
Text Books:
Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Ramana (Tata McGraw-Hill).
Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig (Wiley Eastern Ltd.).
Reference Books:
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 7e, by Peter V. O'Neil (Thomson Learning).
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M. D. Greenberg (Pearson Education).
Higher Engineering Mathematics by B. S. Grewal (Khanna Publication, Delhi).
Applied Mathematics (Volumes I and II) by P. N. Wartikar & J. N. Wartikar
(Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune).
Syllabus for Engineering Degree Course-Revision 2008
F.E. Semester – I : 107002 – Applied Science – I
Teaching scheme: Examination scheme:
Lectures – 4 Hrs./Week Paper – 100 Marks(3Hrs)
Practicals- 2Hrs./Week T.W. 25 Marks
Both schemes are exactly half for Chemistry and Physics each
Unit 1 : Solid state and materials chemistry (08 Hrs.)
Crystallography:- Unit cell, Bravais lattices, Cubic crystals - CN, APF, radius ratio. Three laws of
crystallography, Weiss indices and Miller indices with numericals, X-ray diffraction – Bragg’s Law and
numericals. Crystal defects (point and line defects) and their effects on properties of crystals.
Zinc sulphide – structure and applications as luminescent.
Molecular electronics:-Basic concepts. Study of following molecules for their structures and properties
on the basis of orbitals, chemical bonding, band theory, electrical conductivity, applications in
electronics such as in diodes, transistors, ICs, photovoltaic devices, sensors etc.
1.Conductive polymers-polypyrrole, polythiophene
2.Pure carbon compounds- graphite, single wall and chiral carbon nano-tubes, fullerenes
3. Liquid crystals
4.Charge transfer compounds-tetrathiofulvalene.
Unit 2 : Volumetric analysis (08 Hrs.)
Standard solutions and their preparations, various ways of expressing concentrations of solutions,
equivalent weights in different types of reactions. Volumetric analysis – acid-base, complexometric,
oxidation-reduction, precipitation – with specific examples, theories of indicators used in above
titrations, titration curve (acid-base only) numericals on all above.
Unit 3 : Polymers (08 Hrs.)
Definition and important terms: Monomer, Polymer, Polymerization, Degree of polymerization (Dp),
Glass transition temperature (Tg), Molecular weight, Polymer dissolution.
Classification on the basis of - a) Polymerization mechanism – (step and chain polymers , brief
mechanism should be explained), b) Polymerization reactions – (addition and condensation), c)Thermal
behaviour–(thermoplastics and thermosetting), d)Types of monomers– (homopolymer and copolymer).
Commercial Polymers–Synthesis, properties and applications- Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP),
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), Polystyrene (PS), Phenol formaldehyde (PF), Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
(ABS), Epoxy resin .
Compounding of Plastics.
Rubbers-Synthesis, structure, properties and applications of a) Natural rubber–isolation,
Polyisoprene. b) Vulcanized rubber-Valcanisation of rubber by sulfur and sulfur related compounds (S,
S2Cl2, thioacids), Zinc oxide, Benzoyl peroxide. c) Synthetic rubber-Styrene – Butadiene rubber, Silicon
rubber and Neoprene rubber.
Speciality polymers –Basic concepts and applications of conductive, liquid crystalline, thermally stable
and biodegradable polymers. Polymer composites, Recycling of polymers.
Term work : Any five experiments
1. To standardize KMnO4 solution by preparing standard oxalic acid and to estimate ferrous ions.
2. To standardize Na2S2O3 solution by preparing standard potassium dichromate and to estimate
percentage of copper from brass.
3. To determine phenol by iodometric method.
4. To determine molecular weight of a polymer using Ostwald viscometer.
5. Preparation of (any one ) polystyrene, urea formaldehyde, phenol formaldehyde and its
6. To determine chloride ions from solution by Volhard method.
7. To determine calcium from the given sample of cement by volumetric method.
Reference Books :
1.Chemistry, Raymond Chang. (Tata McGraw Hill).
2.Principles of the solid state, H.V. Keer (New age international publishers).
3.Polymer Science, V.R. Gowarikar (Wiley Eastern Ltd.).
4. Inorganic quantitative analysis, Vogel. (Prentice Hall).
5. Text book of engineering chemistry, R.N. Goyal and Harrmendra Goel, (Ane books India).
Laboratory Manual :
1. Laboratory Manual on Engineering Chemistry, Sudharani (Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company).
Unit 4 : Interference and electron Optics (08 Hrs.)
Interference:- Interference of waves, Interference due to thin films of uniform (with derivation) and
non-uniform thickness (without derivation), Fringe width, qualitative discussion of colour formation in
thin films; Newton’s Rings, Applications of Newton’s Rings for determination of (i) wavelength of
incident light / radius of curvature of Plano convex lens (ii) refractive index of a given liquid;
Michelson’s interferometer, applications for determination of (i) wavelength of a monochromatic source
(ii) refractive index /thickness of a transparent material; Engineering applications of interference (i)
Testing of optical flatness of surfaces (ii) Nonreflecting / Antireflection coatings. Scientific applications-
Natural phenomena e.g.; colours on reflection from peacock feather, etc.
Electron Optics :- Motion of an electron in electric (parallel, perpendicular and crossed) and magnetic
(extensive, limited) fields; specific charge of an electron, e/m of an electron by Thomson’s method,
Electrostatic and magneto static focusing, Scanning electron microscope (SEM) and Scanning tunneling
microscope (STM) – (diagram, construction, working and uses); Bainbridge mass spectrograph.
Unit 5 : Diffraction and ultrasonics (08 Hrs.)
Diffraction : - Diffraction of waves, classes of diffraction, Fraunhoffer diffraction at a single slit
(geometrical method), conditions for maxima and minima, Intensity pattern due to a single slit, Discuss
dependence of spectrum on width, colour formation in CD’s, wavelength etc, Diffraction at a circular
aperture (results only); Diffraction due to two slits and hence N slits (discuss qualitatively) Plane
diffraction grating, Resultant amplitude and intensity by geometrical method, conditions for principal
maxima and minima, intensity pattern; Resolving power, Resolving power of a grating.
Ultrasonics :- Ultrasonic waves, Piezo-electric effect, Production of ultrasonic waves by Piezoelectric
oscillator, Magnetostrictive effect, Production of ultrasonic waves by magnetostrictive oscillator,
Detection of ultrasonic waves, properties of ultrasonic waves, Applications of ultrasonic waves (i)
Scientific- Echo sounding, Sound signaling, depth sounding, SONAR, cleaning of dirt etc (ii)
Engineering –thickness measurement, cavitation, Ultrasonic cleaning, Nondestructive testing, Flaw
detection, Determination of velocity by ultrasonic interferometer, soldering, drilling welding (iii)
Medical- for diagnostics and treatment (iv) Chemical-Ultrasonic mixing, coagulation, crystallization,
rate of a reaction (iv) Biological
Unit 6: Polarisation and nuclear physics (08 Hrs.)
Polarisation :- Introduction, production of plane polarised light by refraction (pile of plates), Law of
Malus, Double refraction, Huygen’s theory of double refraction, Cases of double refraction of crystal cut
with the optic axis lying in the plane of incidence and (i) parallel to the surface (ii) perpendicular to the
surface (iii) inclined to the surface, Retardation plates-quarter wave plate (QWP), Half wave plate
(HWP); Analytical treatment of light, Production of circularly and elliptically polarised light, Detection
of various types of light (PPL, CPL, EPL, Upl, Par PL), Analysis of light ;Optical activity, Specific
rotation, Fresnel’s theory of optical rotation, Laurent’s half shade polarimeter, determination of strength
of sugar solution; Applications of polarised light-LCD, Natural phenomenon ( red sunset, blue of the
sky), Polaroids
Nuclear Physics :- Nuclear fission in natural Uranium-Chain reaction, Critical size. Nuclear fuels,
Nuclear fusion, and thermonuclear reactions-P-P and CN cycles, Controlled fusion reaction (ignition
temperature, Lawson criterion, Magnetic and inertial confinement- only qualitatively); Particle
accelerators-cyclotron, betatron.
Reference Books:
1.Optics, Jenkins and White (Tata Mcgraw Hill)
2.Text Book of Optics, Brijlal and Subramanyam (S. Chand and Company)
3.University Physics, Young and Freedman (Pearson Education).
4.Fundamentals of Physics, Resnick and Halliday (John Wiley and Sons).
5. Concepts of Modern Physics-Beiser (Tata Mcgraw Hill)
Term Work: Any five experiments
1.Determination of wavelength by using diffraction grating.
2.Newton’s Rings (Determination of wavelength/radius of curvature /refractive index of a liquid).
3.Experiment on ultrasonic waves.
4.Resolving Power of a telescope / grating.
5.Determination of specific rotation by Laurent’s half shade polarimeter.
6.Demonstration of Lissajous figures (principles of interference and polarisation) using a CRO, phase
7.Michelson’s interferometer
8. Determination of e/m by Thomson’s method.
9.An experiment on polarization.
(Determination of polarising angle for glass and to determine refractive index of glass using Brewster’s
law Or Experimental verification of law of Malus).
10.Determination of wavelength of the given source by Fraunhoffer diffraction at a single slit.
Term work is based on performance and regular checking of the experiments.
University of Pune
First Year Engineering Course
110003: Fundamentals of Programming Languages
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Theory : 1 Hr/Week Practical : 50 Marks
Practical: 2 Hrs/Week
· To learn and acquire art of computer programming
· To know about some popular programming languages and how to choose a programming
language for solving a problem using a computer
· To learn to program in C
1. Program Planning Concepts
Algorithm; Advantages of Generalized Algorithms; How to Make Algorithms Generalized;
Avoiding Infinite Loops in Algorithms – By Counting, By using a Sentinel Value; Different ways of
Representing an Algorithm – As a Program, As a Flowchart, As a Pseudo code; Need for Planning a
Program before Coding; Program Planning Tools – Flowcharts, Structure charts, Pseudo codes;
Importance of use of Indentation in Programming; Structured Programming Concepts – Need for Careful
Use of “Go to” statements, How all programs can be written using Sequence Logic, Selection Logic and
Iteration (or looping) Logic, functions.
2. Programming Languages
What is a Programming Language; Types of Programming Languages – Machine-level,
Assembly-level and High-level Languages, Scripting Languages, Natural Languages; Their relative
Advantages and Limitations; High-level Programming Language Tools – Compiler, Linker, Interpreter,
Intermediate Language Compiler and Interpreter, Editor, Matlab, GUI; Overview of some popular Highlevel
Languages – FORTRAN, COBOL, BASIC, Pascal, C, C++, JAVA, LISP; Characteristics of a
Good Programming Language; Selecting a Language out of many Available Languages for Coding an
Application; Subprograms.
3. Program Testing and Debugging
Definition of Testing & Debugging; Difference between Testing and Debugging; Types of
Program Errors; Testing a Program; Debugging a Program for Syntax Errors; Debugging a Program for
Logic Errors, Concept of APIs/Libraries.
4. Program Documentation
What is Documentation; Need for Documenting Programs and Software; Forms of
Documentation – Comments, System Manual, User Manual; Documentation Standards and Notations.
5. Programming in C Language
Character set, Constants, Variables, Keywords and Comments; Operators and Operator
Precedence; Statements; I/O Operations; Preprocessor Directives; Pointers, Arrays and Strings; User
Defined Data Types – Structure and Union; Control Structures – Conditional and Unconditional
Branching Using “if”, “switch”, “break”, “continue”, “go to” and “return” Statements; Loop Structures –
Creating Pretest Loops using “for” and “while” Statements; Creating Posttest Loops using “do…while”
statement; Functions – Creating Subprograms using Functions; Parameter Passing by Value; Parameter
Passing by Reference; Main Function.
Term Work
Term work shall consist of a record in the form of a journal consisting of at least twelve
exercises/assignments on programming in C that includes flowcharts, pseudo codes and printouts of the
programs and necessary documentation for the following exercises:
1. Write a C program to accept five numbers from console and then to display them back on console in
ascending order.
2. Write a C program to calculate the sum of all numbers from 0 to 100 (both inclusive) that are
divisible by 4.
3. Write a C program to accept the length of three sides of a triangle from console and to test and print
the type of triangle – equilateral, isosceles, right angled, none of these.
4. Write a C program to accept a string from console and to display the following on console:
(a) Total number of characters in the string
(b) Total number of vowels in the string
(c) Total number of occurrence of character ‘a’ in the string.
(d) Total number of occurrence of string ‘the’ in the string.
5. Write a program in C to reverse the digits of a given integer.
6. Write a program in C to read an integer and display each of the digit of the integer in English.
7. Write a program in C to generate first 20 Fibonacci numbers
8. Write a program in C to generate prime numbers between 1 and n.
9. Write a program in C to compute the GCD of the given two integers
10. Write a program in C to compute the factorial of the given positive integer using recursive function.
11. Write a program in C to compute the roots of a quadratic equation.
12. Write a program in C to sort n integers using bubble sort.
13. Write a program in C to compute addition/subtraction/multiplication of two matrices. Use functions
to read, display and add/subtract/multiply the matrices.
14. Write a program in C to carry out following operations on strings using library functions
a. To concatenate a string S2 to string S1.
b. To find the length of a given string
c. To compare two strings S1 and S2.
d. To copy a string S2 to another string S1.
15. A data file contains a set of examination scores followed by a trailer record with a value of -1. Write
a C program to calculate and print the average of the scores.
The instructor may choose from the assignments given above and may modify them, if necessary.
Text Book
1. Pradeep K. Sinha and Priti Sinha, “Computer Fundamentals: Fourth Edition”, BPB Publications,
2. Behrouz A. Forouzan, Richard F. Gilberg, “COMPUTER SCIENCE – A Structred
Programming approach using C”, Indian Edition, Thomson, 3rd edition
Reference Books
1. Kernighan, Ritchie, “The C Programming Language”, Prentice Hall of India
2. Carlo Ghezi, Mehdi Jazayeri, “Programming Language Concepts”, John Wiley and Sons
3. E. Balagurusamy, “Programming in ANSIC C”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2002
4. Yashavant Kanetkar, “Let Us C” – Seventh Edition, BPB Publications, 2007
BOS- Electrical Engineering,
Note : This syllabus is subject to change without prior notice by the concerned BOS
Teaching scheme Examination scheme
Lectures - 3Hrs/Week Paper-100 Marks (3Hrs.Duration)
Practical -2Hrs/Week Term work- 25 Marks
Unit 1.General:
Concepts of emf., p.d. and current, resistance, effect of temperature on resistance.
resistance temperature coefficient, insulation resistance. S.I. units of work, power and
energy. Conversion of energy from one form to another in electrical, mechanical
and thermal systems. batteries and cells, their types, primary cells and secondary cells,
Lead Acid, Ni-Cd and Ni-MH batteries, current capacity and cell ratings. charging ,
importance of initial charging and discharging of batteries. series and parallel battery
connections, maintenance procedure. (6 Hrs)
Unit 2. D.C.Circuits:
Classification of electrical networks, Ohm's law, Kirchhoff’s law and their applications
for network solutions. Simplifications of networks using series and parallel combinations
and star-delta conversions, Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem and
maximum power transfer theorem. (8 Hrs)
Unit 3.Electromagnetism:
Magnetic effect of an electric current, cross and dot conventions, right hand thumb rule
and cork screw rule, nature of magnetic field of long straight conductor, solenoid and
toroid. concept of m.m.f., flux, flux density, reluctance, permeability and field strength,
their units and relationships. simple series and parallel magnetic circuits, comparison
of electrical and magnetic circuit, force on current carrying conductors placed in magnetic
field, Fleming’s left hand rule.
Faradays laws of electromagnetic induction, statically and dynamically induced e.m.f.,
self and mutual inductance, coefficient of couplings. energy stored in magnetic field.
(7 Hrs)
Unit 4. Electrostatics and AC fundamentals:
A) Electrostatics field, electric flux density, electric field strength, absolute permittivity,
relative permittivity, capacitance and capacitor, composite dielectric capacitors,
capacitors in series and parallel, energy stored in capacitors, charging and
discharging of capacitors and time constant. (3 Hrs)
B) Sinusoidal voltages and currents, their mathematical and graphical representation,
Concept of instantaneous, peak(maximum), average and r.m.s. values, frequency , cycle,
period, peak factor and form factor, phase difference ,lagging, leading and in phase
quantities and phasor representation. rectangular and polar representation of phasors.
Unit 5. Single phase A.C. Circuits:
Study of A.C. circuits consisting of pure resistance, pure inductance, pure capacitance
and corresponding voltage-current phasor diagrams and waveforms. Development of concept of
reactance, study of series R-L, R-C, R-L-C circuit and resonance, study of parallel R-L, R-C and R-L-C
circuit, concept of impedance , admittance, conductance and susceptance in case of above
combinations and relevant voltage-current phasor diagrams, concept of active, reactive and apparent
power and power factor. (7 Hrs)
Unit 6. Polyphase A.C.Circuits and Single phase Transformers:
A) Polyphase A.C.Circuits: Concept of three-phase supply and phase sequence. voltages, currents and
power relations in three phase balanced star-connected loads
and delta-connected loads along with phasor diagrams. (3 Hrs)
B) Single phase transformers: Construction, principle of working, e.m.f. equation, voltageand current
ratios. losses, definition of regulation and efficiency, determination of these by direct loading
method. descriptive treatment of autotransformers and dimmerstats. (4Hrs)
Term work:
The term work shall consist of record of minimum eight exercises and experiments, out of
which Group A is compulsory and any five experiments from Group B should be conducted.
Group A
1. Wiring Exercises:
a) Study of various wiring components (wires, switches, fuse, sockets, plugs, lamp
holders, lamps etc. their uses and ratings).
b) Control of two lamps from two switches (looping system).
c) Staircase wiring.
d) Use of Megger for insulation test and continuity test of wiring installations and
2. a) Study of fluorescent tube circuit.
b) Study of compact fluorescent lamp(CFL).
c) Study of HID lamps such as mercury vapour lamp /sodium vapour lamp.
3. a)Study of safety precautions while working on electric installations and necessity of
b) Introduction to energy conservation and simple techniques to achieve it.
Group B
4. Determination of temperature rise of medium resistance such as shunt field winding.
5 .Verification of Kirchhoff’s laws and Superposition theorem.
6. Verification of Thevenin’s theorem.
7. Study of R. L. C. series circuits.
8. Verification of current relations in three phase balanced star and delta connected loads.
9. Single phase transformer
a)Voltage and current ratios.
b) Efficiency and regulations by direct loading.
Note: College should provide printed text and figures for Group A experiments
and only printed text for Group B experiments.
Text Books :
1. A Textbook of Electrical Technology Volume- I – B.L.Theraja, S.Chand and Company Ltd.,
2. New Delhi.
3. Basic Electrical Engineering, V.K.Mehta, S.Chand and Company Ltd., New Delhi.
4. Electrical Engineering- G.K.Mittal
5. Theory and problems of Basic Electrical Engineering- I.J.Nagrath and Kothari,
Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.
Reference Books :
1. Electrical Technolgy- Edward Hughes, Seventh Edition, Pearson Education
2. Elements of Electrical Technology- H.Cotton, C.B.S. Publications
3. Basic circuits analysis by John Omalley Shawn Mc Graw Hill.
4 Principles of Electrical Engineering by Del. Toro, PH
101005 Basic Civil and Environmental Engineering
Teaching Scheme
Theory: 3 Hours/Week
Practicals 2 Hours/Week
Examination Scheme
Paper 100 Marks
Term Work: 25 Marks
Section I
Unit 1: Introduction to Civil Engineering (6 hours)
a) Role of Civil Engineer in the construction of buildings, dams, expressways and infrastructure
projects for 21st century. Importance of an interdisciplinary approach in engineering.
b) Basic Areas in Civil Engineering Surveying, Construction Engineering, Project Management,
Transportation Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Irrigation Engineering, Structural Engineering,
Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Quantity Surveying,
Earthquake Engineering, Infrastructure Development, Town Planning, Remote Sensing.
Unit 2: Materials and Construction (6 hours)
a) Use of basic materials cement, bricks, stone, natural and artificial sand, Reinforcing Steel-Mild,
Tor and High Tensile Steel. Concrete types - PCC, RCC Prestressed and Precast. Introduction
to smart materials. Recycling of materials.
b) Substructure-Function of Foundations, (Only concepts of settlement and Bearing capacity of
soils.) Types of shallow foundations, (only concept of friction and end bearing pile).
c) Superstructure - Types of loads :- DL and LL, wind loads, earthquake considerations. Types of
Construction-Load Bearing, Framed, Composite. Fundamental requirements of masonary.
d) Introduction to automation in construction:- Concept, need, examples related to different civil
engineering projects.
Unit 3: Uses of maps and field surveys (6 hours)
a) Various types of maps and their uses. Principles of survey.
Modern survey methods using levels, Theodolite, EDM, lasers, total station and GPS.
Introduction to digital mapping. Measuring areas from maps using digital planimeter.
b) Conducting simple and differential levelling for setting out various benchmarks, determining
the elevations of different points and preparation of contour maps. Introduction to GIS
Software and other surveying softwares with respect to their capabilities and application areas.
Section II
Unit 4: Ecology and Eco System (6 hours)
a) Concept of Environment - biotic and abiotic factors. Concept of the ecological cycle. Impact
of the human behaviour and the technological advancements on the environment. Need for
conserving natural resources and preserving the environment. Engineer's role in achieving
sustainable development. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).
b) Introduction to solid waste management, Disposal of electronic wastes.
Unit 5 :Planning for the Built Environment (6 hours)
a) Concept of an integrated built environment-natural and manmade. Principles of planning, viz.
Aspect, Prospect, Roominess, Grouping, Privacy, Circulation, Sanitation, Orientation,
Economy. Role of by-laws in regulating the environment.
b) Use of various eco-friendly materials in construction. Concept of green buildings.
Unit 6: Energy and Environmental Pollution (6 hours)
a) Types of energy:- conventional and non-conventional. Need for harnessing alternative
energies to meet the increased demand. Methods of harnessing energies.
b) Sources, causes, effects and remedial measures associated with
1. Air Pollution
2.Water treatment :- Objective, drinking water standards, pollution,introduction to waste water
3. Noise Pollution
4. Land Pollution
Term Work:
Any 8 Practical Exercises from those given below should be carried out, record to be submitted in the
field book and file which will form a part of termwork.
1. Study of any 4 types of maps and writing their uses.
2. Exercise on use of dumpy level and laser level.
3. Measurement of area of irregular figures by digital planimeter.
4. Drawing of plan elevation & section for a residential building, single storeyed
framed/load bearing structure. Preparing schedule of openings [On half imperial sheet.]
5. Determination of coordinates of a traverse using Global Positioning system (GPS)
6. Measurement of distance by EDM and comparing it with the distance measured using
7. Visit to a construction site for studying the various construction materials used, type of
structure, type of foundation and components of superstructure – submission of visit
8. Demonstration of use of any 4 Civil Engineering softwares.
9. Making a poster (Full imperial sheet size) in a group of 4 students, related to
10. Presentation in a group of 4 students, any case study related to Energy/Environment.
1. Surveying and Levelling --- Kanetkar and Kulkarni, PVG Prakashana
2. Environmental Studies D.L.Manjunath – Pearson Education.
3. Building Construction --- Bindra Arora; Dhanpat Rai publication.
4. Text book of Environmental Studies-Erach Bharucha-UGC, Universities Press.
1. Building Design and Drawing-Shah, Kale and Patki. TATA McGraw Hill.
2. Introduction to Surveying-Anderson-McGraw-Hill International Student Edition.
3. A Basic Course in Environmental Studies - S. Deswal and A. Deswal, Dhanpat Rai
Publications, Delhi.
Engineering Graphics – I (102006)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures 3 Hours/Week Theory – 100 Marks (4 Hours)
Practical 2 Hours/Week
UNIT – I Drafting Technology and Introduction to Any Drafting Software/Package
Layout of drawing sheets, sizes of drawing sheets, different types of lines used in drawing
practice, Dimensioning – linear, angular, aligned system, unidirectional system, parallel dimensioning,
chain dimensioning, location dimension and size dimension. Tolerances – methods of representing
tolerances, unilateral and bilateral tolerances, tolerance on linear and angular dimensions, geometrical
tolerances. Symbols used on drawing, surface finish symbols, welding symbols.
Advantages of using Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) packages, applications of CAD, basic
operation of drafting packages, use of various commands for drawing, dimensioning, editing, modifying,
saving and printing/plotting the drawings. Introduction to 3D primitives.
UNIT – II Curves used in Engineering Practice [ 15 Marks ]
Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola, normal and tangents to these curves, Involute, Cycloid, Epi-cycloid,
Hypo-cycloid, Archimedean Spiral, Helix on cone and cylinder.
UNIT – III Orthographic Projections [ 20 Marks ]
Reference planes, types of orthographic projections – First angle projections, Third angle
projections, methods of obtaining orthographic views by First angle method, Sectional orthographic
projections – full section, half section, offset section.
UNIT – IV Auxiliary Projections [ 15 Marks ]
Auxiliary planes – Auxiliary Vertical Plane (AVP), Auxiliary Inclined Plane (AIP), symmetrical
auxiliary view, unilateral auxiliary view, bilateral auxiliary view.
UNIT – V Isometric Projections [ 20 Marks ]
Isometric view, Isometric scale to draw Isometric projection, Non-Isometric lines, construction of
Isometric view from given orthographic views and to construct Isometric view of a Pyramid, Cone,
UNIT – VI Interpretation of Given Views/Missing Views [ 20 Marks ]
Identification of lines/edges and surfaces, visualization of given orthographic views, adding a
missing/third view, adding a sectional view, to convert a given view in to a sectional view.
UNIT – VII Freehand Sketching [ 10 Marks ]
Free hand sketching -- FV and TV of standard machine parts – Hexagonal headed nut and bolt,
foundation bolts, shafts, keys, couplings, springs, screw thread forms, welded joints, riveted joints.
Term Work :
Five A2 (594X420mm) (Half imperial) size drawing sheet as detailed below :
Sheet No. 1 : CURVES
To draw any four curves mentioned in the detailed syllabus.
To draw two principal views, one sectional view for two objects.
To draw auxiliary views from the given views for any two objects.
Two problems on Isometric views.
(minimum one problem by using CAD software/package)
Two problems on Interpretation of given views.
(minimum one problem by using CAD software/package)
Text Books :
1. N.D. Bhatt, Elementary Engineering Drawing, Chartor Publishing house, Anand, India.
2. D. N. Johle, Engineering Drawing, Tata Mcgraw-hill Publishing Co. Ltd..
Reference Books :
1. P.S. Gill, Engineering Graphics.
2. N.D. Bhatt, Machine Drawing, Chartor Publishing house, Anand, India.
3. Warren J. Luzzader, Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, Prentice Hall of India, New
4. Fredderock E. Giesecke, Alva Mitchell & others, Principles of Engineering Graphics,
Maxwell McMillan Publishing
Manufacturing Practices (111007)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Practical- 2 Hrs/Week Term Work- 25 Marks
Topics to be studied and demonstrated during practical:
a. Introduction to hand tools, equipments & safety measures in various shops such as carpentry,
smithy, welding & fitting.
b. Study of basic measuring instruments such as Micrometers, vernier, bevel protector, dial indicator
& gauges.
Each candidate shall be required to complete and submit the term work as follows (Any Two)
1. Tin Smithy: One job including soldering, riveting operations.
2. Carpentry: One job with wood joints, use of filler material along with wood turning.
3. Welding: One job using arc welding operation containing simple joint.
4. Fitting: One job with one joint along with drilling, tapping, hacksaw operation.
Demonstration of following processes with the help of demonstration models and audio/video facilities
(Any 6)
1. Smithy and forging operation.
2. CNC machine operations.
3. Mould preparation and casting operations.
4. Injection molding operation.
5. Chip manufacturing processes.
6. Advance manufacturing system such as FMS.
7. Modern material handling system like Robotics, AGV.
8. Automobile assembly processes.
Journal based on above topics should include description with sketches of all jobs performed and brief
description of demonstrations observed.
Syllabus for Engineering Degree Course – Revision 2008
F.E. Semester – II: 107008 – Engineering Mathematics – II
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures – 4 Hrs./Week Paper – 100 Marks\(3 Hrs. Duration)
Unit 1 (09 Hrs.)
Differential Equations (DE): Definition, Order and Degree of DE, Formation of DE. Solutions of
Variable Separable DE, Exact DE, Linear DE and reducible to these types
Unit 2 (09 Hrs.)
Application of DE: Applications of DE to Orthogonal Trajectories, Newton's Law of Cooling,
Kirchoff’s Law of Electrical Circuits, Motion under Gravity, Rectilinear Motion, Simple Harmonic
Motion, One–Dimensional Conduction of Heat, Chemical problems
Unit 3 (09 Hrs.)
Fourier Series: Definition, Dirichlet's conditions, Full Range Fourier Series, Half Range Fourier Series,
Harmonic Analysis and Applications to Problems in Engineering.
Integral Calculus: Reduction formulae, Beta and Gamma functions.
Unit 4 (09 Hrs.)
Integral Calculus: Differentiation Under the Integral Sign, Error functions.
Curve Tracing: Tracing of Curves, Cartesian, Polar and Parametric Curves. Rectification of Curves
Unit 5 (09 Hrs.)
Solid Geometry: Cartesian, Spherical Polar and Cylindrical Coordinate Systems. Sphere, Cone and
Unit 6 (09 Hrs.)
Multiple Integrals and their Applications: Double and Triple integrations, Applications to Area,
Volume, Mean and Root Mean Square Values, Mass, Center of Gravity and Moment of Inertia.
Text Books:
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 7e, by Peter V. O'Neil (Thomson Learning).
Higher Engineering Mathematics by B. S. Grewal (Khanna Publication, Delhi).
Reference Books:
Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig (Wiley Eastern Ltd.).
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wylie C.R. & Barrett L.C. (McGraw-Hill, Inc.)
Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Ramana (Tata McGraw-Hill).
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M. D. Greenberg (Pearson Education).
Syllabus for Engineering Degree Course-Revision 2008
F.E. Semester – II : 107009 – Applied Science – II
Teaching scheme: Examination scheme:
Lectures – 4 Hrs./Week Paper – 100 Marks (3Hrs)
Practicals- 2Hrs./Week T.W. 25 Marks
Both schemes are exactly half for Chemistry and Physics each
Unit 1 : Fuels and combustion (08 Hrs.)
Fuels : Definition classification of fuels, calorific value and its units. Determination of calorific value –
Bomb calorimeter, Boy’s calorimeter – numericals. Solid fuels : Coal, classification of coal, proximate
and ultimate analysis of coal, numericals based on analysis of coal - Dulong and Goutel formula. types of
carbonisation of coal-low temperature and high temperature carbonization. Liquid fuels : Origin of
petroleum, composition of petroleum, refining of petroleum , octane number of petrol, cetane number of
diesel, power alcohol, biodiesel. Gaseous fuels : Composition, properties and applications of natural gas,
treatment products such as CNG, LPG, LNG. Hydrogen gas as a fuel, production, properties, storage and
transportation. Rocket propellants-characteristics, classification. Combustion : Chemical reactions,
calculation on air requirement for combustion – numericals
Unit 2 : Corrosion and its prevention (08 Hrs.)
Corrosion:- Definition, atmospheric corrosion-mechanism, Wet corrosion-mechanism, Electrochemical
and galvanic series, Factors affecting corrosion-nature of metal, nature of environment, Pourbaix diagram.
Methods of prevention of corrosion-cathodic and anodic protection. metallic and non- metallic coatings,
Surface conversion coating, organic coatings. Electroplating of Cu, Ag, Au and Ni. Hot dipping,
blacodizing, powder coating
Unit 3 : Water and phase rule (08 Hrs.)
Water :- Chemical analysis of water-hardness, chloride content, alkalinity- numericals. Ill effect of hard
water in steam generation, preventive measures. Softening of water by zeolite-with numericals and ionexchange
process. Phase rule :- Gibb’s Phase rule and the terms involved in it with examples. Reduced
phase rule. Two component system – iron carbon with microstructures and heat treatment. Applications
and limitations of phase rule.
Term Work: Any five experiments
1. To determine total alkalinity of water sample.
2. To determine chloride content of water sample by Mohr’s method.
3. To determine temporary and permanent hardness of water sample by EDTA method.
4. Spectrophotometric / colorimetric estimation of Fe++ from the given solution.
5. To construct a phase diagram for a binary system, naphthalene and benzoic acid and find eutectic point.
6. Study of corrosion of metals in medium of different pH.
7. Analysis of mixture of phosphoric acid and hydrochloric acid using indicators and pH meter.
8.To determine moisture, volatile matter & ash content of a given sample of coal.
Reference books :
1.Materials science and engineering an introduction, William D. Callister, (Jr.,Wiley.publisher)
2. Principles of the solid state, H.V. Keer, (New age international publishers).
3. Text book of engineering chemistry, R.N. Goyal and Harrmendra Goel, (Ane books India).
Laboratory manual
1. Laboratory manual on Engineering Chemistry, Sudharani (Dhanpat Rai publishing company)
2. Applied Chemistry theory and practical O.P. Virmani and A.K. Narular (New Age International
Unit 4 : Wave particle duality and wave equations (08 Hrs.)
Wave Particle Duality :- Limitations of classical mechanics (discuss with reference to theory of
relativity), Need for quantum mechanics on the basis of photo electric effect and black body radiation,
Planck’s quantum theory (discussion of results only), Wave particle duality of radiation and matter,
concept of group velocity and phase velocity; Uncertainty principle, Illustration of electron diffraction at
a single slit.
Wave Equations :- Concept of wave function and probability interpretation, Schrodinger’s time
independent and time dependent wave equations, Physical significance of the wave function,
Applications of Schrodinger’s time independent wave equations to problems of (i) Particle in a rigid box
(infinite potential well), Comparison of predictions of classical mechanics with quantum mechanics (ii)
Particle in a non-rigid box (finite Potential Well)- Qualitative (results only); Explanation of tunneling
effect, Tunnel diode.
Unit 5 : Lasers and superconductivity (08 Hrs.)
Lasers :- Requirement for lasing action (stimulated emission, population inversion, pumping), Coherence
(spatial and temporal), Properties–monochromaticity, coherence, directionality, brightness; various levels
of laser systems with examples (i) Two level laser system- semiconductor laser (ii) Three level laser
system- ruby laser and He-Ne laser. applications (i) Engineering – drilling, welding, micro machining,
measurement of long distances in surveying etc (ii) Medicine – as a surgical tool (iii) Communication
systems-fiber optics in brief (iv) Information technology holography-construction, reproduction,
applications for data storage etc, function of laser in CD write devices, printers.
Superconductivity :- Introduction to superconductivity, Properties of superconductors (zero resistance,
Meissner effect, London penetration depth, isotope effect, critical fields, persistent currents), BCS
theory. Type I and type II Super conductors, High Tc Superconductors, Applications (super conducting
magnets, transmission lines etc), DC and AC Josephson effect, SQUID
Unit 6 : Semiconductor physics and physics of nanoparticles (08 Hrs.)
Semiconductor physics :- Band theory of solids, Classification of solids on the basis of band theory,
Types of semiconductors, Introduction to the concept of electrical conductivity, conductivity of
conductors and semiconductors, Temperature dependence of conductivity, Hall effect and Hall
coefficient, Fermi-Dirac probability distribution function, Position of Fermi level in intrinsic
semiconductors (with derivation) and in extrinsic semiconductors (variation of Fermi level with
temperature), Band structure of PN junction diode under zero bias, forward bias, reverse bias; Transistor
working, PNP and NPN on the basis of band diagrams, Photovoltaic effect, working of a solar cell on the
basis of band diagrams, Applications (i) Industrial ( street lights,irrigation,solar panels for satellites ) (ii)
Commercial (iii) Domestic
Physics of nanoparticles :- Introduction, Nanoparticles, Properties of nanoparticles (optical, electrical,
magnetic, structural, mechanical), Brief description of different methods of synthesis of nanoparticles
(physical, chemical, biological, mechanical, vapour and hybrid methods), Synthesis of colloids, Growth
of nanoparticles, synthesis of metal nanoparticles by colloidal route, Applications of nanotechnologyelectronics,
energy, automobiles, space and defence, medical, environmental, textile, cosmetics.
Reference Books:
1.Principles of Physics, Serway and Jewett (Saunders college publishing)
2.Introduction to Solid State Physics, Kittel C (Wiley and Sons)
3.Laser and Non-Linear Optics, B.B.Laud (Oscar publication)
4.Physics of the Atom, Wehr and Richards (Addison, Wesley)
5.Nanotechnology, Principles and Practices, Dr.S.K.Kulkarni (Capital Publishing Company)
Term Work: Any five experiments
1.Determination of band gap of a semiconductor.
2.Characteristics of a solar cell, calculation of fill factor, To plot power vs. resistance graph and hence to
calculate value of R for maximum value of workable power.
3.Hall effect and determination of Hall coefficient.
4.Characteristics of photocell/photo diode.
5.Diode characteristics (Ge/Si, LED, Zener)
6. Synthesis of metal nanoparticles (gold/silver) by the chemical route.
7.Measurement of diameter of a thin wire using a laser.
8.To find refractive index of glass using a laser (using Snell’s law). ( may show demonstrations of
polarisation and diffraction).
9. An experiment based on laser (e.g.: To find number of lines /cm of a given grating using a laser
source/ to find beam divergence/true beam width )
10.Determination of width of a slit using a laser.
Term work is based on performance and regular checking of the experiments.
Engineering Mechanics (101010)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Theory : 03 hrs/week Paper : 100 marks
Practical: 02 hrs/week Term Work: 25 marks
Section-I (Statics)
Unit 1. Resultant of coplanar force system. (06 Hrs)
A. Principle of statics, Force systems, Resolution and composition of forces,
Resultant of concurrent forces.
B. Moment of a force, Couple, Varignon’s theorem, Equivalent force couple
system, Resultant of parallel and general force system. Distributed forces,
Centroid of plane lamina and wire bends.
Unit 2. Equilibrium of Force system. (06 Hrs)
A. Free body diagram, Equilibrium of concurrent, parallel and general forces
in a plane, Equilibrium of three forces in a plane, Types of beams, simple
and compound beams, type of supports and reaction.
B. Resultant and Equilibrium of concurrent and parallel forces in a Space.
Unit 3. Analysis of structure and friction. (06 Hrs)
A. Two force member, Analysis of plane trusses by method of joint and
method of section, cables subjected to point loads.
Multi force member, Plane frames.
B. Friction - Application of friction on inclined plane, wedges, ladders and flat
Section-II (Dynamics)
Unit 4. Rectilinear motion of particles. (06 Hrs)
A. Kinematics- Basic concepts, Equations of motion for constant acceleration
and motion under gravity, Variable acceleration, Motion curves, Relative
motion and dependant motion.
B. Kinetics- Newton’s second law of motion and its applications.
Unit 5. Curvilinear motion of particles. (06 Hrs)
A. Kinematics-Basic concepts, Equation of motion in cartesian, path and polar
coordinate, Motion of projectile.
B. Kinetics-Newton’s second law of motion. Motion in cartesian and path
coordinate of a particle.
Unit 6. Work energy and impulse momentum principle for particle. (06 Hrs)
A. Work, Power, Energy, conservative forces & Potential Energy ,
Conservation of energy, Work energy principle for motion of particle.
B. Linear Impulse & Momentum, Conservation of momentum, Direct central
impact and coefficient of restitution, Impuse momentum principle.
Term Work
Term work consists of the following.
a) Statics-(Any three experiments from the list below)
1. Verification of law of parallelogram of forces/ polygon of forces.
2. Support reaction of simple / compound beams.
3. Determination of coefficient friction of belt/inclined plane.
4. To determine forces in Space Force System.
b) Dynamics-
1. Curvilinear motion.
2. Determination of coefficient of restitution.
c) Exercise-At least two examples on each part of the units should be solved
during practical hours under the guidance of the concerned teacher.
d) Assignment- Minimum five numerical examples from each unit given by
concerned teacher.
Note: Examples in Exercise and Assignment should be unsolved problems
from text and reference books prescribed in the syllabus.
Text book (latest editions)
1. Engineering Mechanics statics and dynamics by R. C. Hibbeler, McMillan
Reference books
1. Mechanics for Engineers - Statics Fourth Edition, by F. P. Beer and E. R.
Johnson, McGraw-Hill Publication.
2. Mechanics for Engineers - Dynamics Fourth Edition, by F. P. Beer and
E. R. Johnson, McGraw-Hill Publication.
3. Engineering Mechanics statics and dynamics by J. L. Meriam and Craige,
John Willey and Son’s publication.
4. Engineering Mechanics by S. P. Timoshenko and D. H. Young, McGraw-
Hill publication.
5. Engineering Mechanics by F L Singer, Harper and Rowe publication.
6. Engineering Mechanics by A. P. Boresi and R. J. Schmidt, Brooks/Cole
7. Engineering Mechanics by Shames I. H., P H I India.

Engineering Graphics – II (102012)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures 1 Hours/Week Term Work – 50 Marks
Practical 2 Hours/Week
UNIT – I Projections of Point and Line
Projections of points, projections of lines, lines inclined to one reference plane, lines inclined to
both reference planes. (Lines in First Quadrant Only) Traces of lines, Distance between skew lines.
UNIT – II Projections of Planes
Projection of planes, angle between two planes, distance of a point from a given plane, inclination
of the plane with HP and VP, True shape of a plane surface.
UNIT – III Projections of Solids
Projections of solids inclined to one reference plane, inclined to both the reference planes,
projections of cube, right regular prisms, right regular pyramids, right circular cylinder, right circular
cone, tetrahedron, frustum of solids.
UNIT – IV Sections of Solids
Types of section planes, projections of above solids cut by different section planes, True shape of
cut surfaces.
UNIT – V Development of Lateral Surfaces (DLS) of Solids.
Applications of DLS, method of development, development of lateral surface of above solids,
development of lateral surface of cut solids.
Term Work : Term Work should be prepared on Five A2 (594X420mm) (Half imperial) size drawing
screen using any drafting software/package as detailed below.
Sheet No. – 1 Projection of Line Minimum 2 Problems
Sheet No. – 2 Projections of Planes Minimum 2 Problems
Sheet No. – 3 Projections of Solids Minimum 2 Problems
Sheet No. – 4 Sections of Solids Minimum 2 Problems
Sheet No. – 5 DLS of Solids Minimum 2 Problems
Important Note: The problems for Term Work should be different for each student.
The Term Work of a batch should be preserved in a form of CD/DVD and the same should be produced
before a TW Verification Committee appointed by the University.
Text Books :
1. N.D. Bhatt, Elementary Engg. Drawing, Chartor Pub. House, Anand, India.
2. D. N. Johle, Engineering Drawing, Tata Mcgraw-hill Publishing Co. Ltd..
Reference Books :
3. P.S. Gill, Engineering Graphics.
4. N.D. Bhatt, Machine Drawing, Chartor Publishing house, Anand, India.
5. Warren J. Luzzader, Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, Prentice Hall of India, New
6. Fredderock E. Giesecke, Alva Mitchell & others, Principles of Engineering Graphics,
Maxwell McMillan Publishing.
(102013) Basic Mechanical Engineering
Teaching Scheme: Examination scheme
Theory:: 3 Hours Theory: 100 marks (3 hours)
Practical: 2 Hours TW: 25 marks
Unit 1
Thermodynamic work, p-dV work in various processes, p-V representation of various thermodynamic
processes and cycles
Ideal gas equations, Properties of pure substance, Statements of I and II laws of thermodynamics and their
applications in Mechanical Engineering.
Carnot cycle for Heat engine, Refrigerator and Heat pump.
[18 Marks]
Unit 2
Energy conversion devices (Theoretical study using schematic diagrams only)
Package Boiler, Turbine(Impulse & Reaction turbine, Gas turbine, Hydraulic turbines), Working principle
and applications of Reciprocating I.C. engines, Air motor. Reciprocating pumps (single acting & double
acting), reciprocating compressor, rotary compressors, fans, blowers, Study of household refrigerator,
window air conditioner, split air conditioner Ratings and selection criteria of above devices. Refrigerants
and their impact on environment.
[16 Marks]
Unit 3
Heat Transfer
Statement and explanation of Fourier’s law of heat conduction, Newton;s law of cooling, Stefan
Boltzmann’s law. Conducting and insulating materials and their properties. Selection of heat sink and heat
Power Plants ( Description with Block Diagrams)
Thermal, Hydroelectric, Nuclear and Solar-Wind Hybrid Power Plants.
[16 Marks]
Unit 4
Machine elements:
Power transmission shafts, axles, keys, bush and ball bearings, Flywheel and Governors.
Power Transmission Devices
Types of Belts and belt drives, Chain drive, Types of gears, Types of Couplings, friction clutch (cone and
single plate), brakes (types and applications only)
Applications of these devices.
Mechanisms:.(Descriptive treatment only)
Slider crank mechanism, Four bar chain mechanism, List of various inversions of Four bar chain
mechanism, Geneva mechanism, Ratchet and Paul mechanism
[16 Marks]
Unit 5
Materials Used in Engineering and their Applications
Metals – Ferrous and Non-Ferrous, Nonmetallic materials, Material selection criteria
Design considerations
Steps in Design
Introduction to manufacturing processes and Their Applications:
Casting, Sheet metal forming, Sheet metal cutting, Forging, Fabrication, Metal joining processes.
[18 Marks]
Unit 6
Machine Tools (Basic elements, Working principle and types of operations)
Lathe Machine – Centre Lathe
Drilling Machine – Study of Pillar drilling machine
Introduction to NC and CNC machines
Grinding machine, Power saw, Milling Machine.
[16 Marks]
Term work: Term work shall consist of record of any eight experiments out
of the following;
1. Assembly and working of 4-bar, 6-bar, 8-bar planer mechanisms
2. Finding relation between input angle and output angle for various link lengths
3. Demonstration of operations of centre lathe (turning, step turning, facing, boring, taper turning,
knurling, grooving, threading)
4. Demonstration of operations on drilling machines (drilling, reaming, spot facing , counterboring)
5. Demonstration of Two stroke and four stroke engine
6. Study of Package type boilers
7. Study of domestic refrigerator & window air-conditioner
8. Study of power transmitting elements: Coupling, Gears and bearings.
9. Joule’s porous plug experiment
10. Joule’s paddle wheel experiment.
11. Experimental verification of effect of insulating material on heat transfer
References :
Text Book:
P. K Nag “Thermodynamics”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd
Hajra-Chaudhari “ Workshop Technology”
Reference Books:
1. Yunus A. Cengel and Boles, “ Thermodynamics “,Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing
Co. Ltd
2. Arora and Domkunwar, “Thermal Engineering”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons.
3. R. K. Rajput, “Heat transfer”, S Chand Publication, Delhi.
4 V. B. Bhandari “Design of Machine Elements” Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.
Communication Skill
Teaching Scheme:
Practical: 02 Hrs.
The teacher shall explain in detail, the gist and techniques involved in the following work units to the
students. The Students should complete practical work based on the following topics. The teacher shall
subsequently formulate the exercises to adjudge the skill sets acquired by the students. These exercises
will be undertaken by the groups of the students of suitable strength.
Work Unit 1- Fundamentals of Communication:
Elements of communication, types of Communication- diagonal, downward, upward, horizontal
communication. Importance of effective communication, manners and etiquettes in communication,
stages of communication, ideation, encoding, transmission, decoding, response, general communication,
technical communication. , barriers to effective communication, Listening skill, speaking skill, Reading
skill, writing skill.
Work Unit 2- Organization and Listening Comprehension in Communication:
Spatial organization, chronological organization, order of increasing and decreasing importance, styles of
communication, accuracy, brevity, clarity, objectivity, impersonal language, professional speaking ability,
listening process, hearing and listening, types of listening- superficial, appreciative, focused, evaluative,
attentive, empathetic. Barriers to listening- physical, psychological, linguistic, cultural. Speech decoding,
oral discourse analysis, effective listening strategies, listening in conversational interaction, listening to
structured talks, pre-listening analysis, predicting, links between different parts of the speech, team
listening, listening and notes taking.
Work Unit 3- Speaking Skills:
The speech process, message, audience, speech style, feedback, conversation and oral skills, fluency and
self expression, body language phonetics and spoken english, speaking techniques, word stress, correct
stress patterns, voice quality, correct tone, types of tones, Job interview, interview process, characteristics,
of the job interview, pre-interview preparation techniques, interview questions and answers, positive
image projection techniques. Group discussion- characteristics, subject knowledge, oral and leadership
skills, team management, strategies, individual contribution. Presentation skills-planning,preparation,
organization, delivery.
Work Unit 4- Reading and language skills:
The reading process, purpose, different kinds of texts, reference material, scientific and technical texts,
active and passive reading, strategies-vocabulary skills, eye reading and visual perception,, prediction
techniques, scanning skills, distinguishing facts and opinions, drawing inferences and conclusions,
comprehension of technical material- scientific and technical texts, instructions and technical manuals,
graphic information. Note making- tool for study skills, topicalising, organization and sequencing.
Summarizing and paraphrasing.
Work Unit 5 - Referencing and Writing skills:
Methods of referencing, book references, user guides, references for reports, journal references,
magazines and news papers, unpublished sources, internet references, explaining and elucidating.
Writing skills - Sentence structure, sentence coherence, emphasis. Paragraph writing. letter writing skills -
form and structure, style and tone. Inquiry letters, Instruction letters, complaint letters, Routine business
letters, Sales letters.
Work Unit 6 – Reports, Resumes and Job Applications:
Types of reports, information and analytical reports, oral and written reports, formal and non formal
reports, printed forms, letter and memo format, manuscript format, proposals, technical articles, journal
articles and conference papers, review and research articles.
E-mails, Business Memos, Employment Communication- resume design, resume style,
Reference Book:
1. ‘Effective Technical Communication’ by M Ashraf Rizvi, Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Company Ltd.
2. Basic Managerial Skills for all’ E. H. McGrath, Eastern Economy Edition, Prentice
hall India.
3. ‘Developing Communication Skills’ Krishna Mohan, Meera Banerji, McMillan India
4. ‘Principles and Practice of management’ Dr. P. C. Shejwalkar, Dr. Ghanekar and Dr.
Bhivapathaki, Everest publishing House

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