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ACADEMIC REGULATIONS COURSE STRUCTURE AND DETAILED SYLLABUS

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CIVIL ENGINEERING
For B.TECH. FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE
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..B.INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING / TECHNOLOGY (A,!o-o%o,#*


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J.B.INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (AUTONOMOUS)

Aca$e%ic Re3,la!io-# &'(( or B. Tec" (Re3,lar*


(E ec!iAe or !"e #!,$e-!# a$%i!!e$ i-!o I +ear ro% !"e Aca$e%ic Year &'(()&'(& o-=ar$#* 1. Award of B.Te !. "e#ree A #!,$e-! =ill be $eclare$ eli3ible or !"e a=ar$ o !"e B. Tec". De3ree i "e ,l il# !"e ollo=i-3 aca$e%ic re3,la!io-#; $. %&r'&ed a o&r'e of '(&d) for *o( +e'' (!a* fo&r a ade,$ )ear' a*d *o( ,ore (!a* e$#!( a ade,$ )ear'. ii. -. /. Re#$'(er for -.. red$(' a*d 'e &re -.. red$(' S!,$e-!#1 ="o ail !o ,l ill all !"e aca$e%ic reB,ire%e-!# or !"e a=ar$ o !"e $e3ree =i!"i- ei3"! aca$e%ic +ear# ro% !"e +ear o !"eir a$%i##io-1 #"all or ei! !"eir #ea! i- B.Tec" co,r#e. Co&r'e' of '(&d) T"e ollo=i-3 co,r#e# o #!,$+ are o ere$ a! pre#e-! or #pecialiCa!io- or !"e B. Tec". Co,r#e; Bra-c" Co$e Bra-c" CiAil E-3i-eeri-3 Elec!rical a-$ Elec!ro-ic# E-3i-eeri-3 Mec"a-ical E-3i-eeri-3 Elec!ro-ic# a-$ Co%%,-ica!io- E-3i-eeri-3. Co%p,!er Scie-ce a-$ E-3i-eeri-3 Bio)Me$ical E-3i-eeri-3 I- or%a!io- Tec"-olo3+ Mi-i-3 E-3i-eeri-3 0. a-$ a-+ o!"er co,r#e a# approAe$ b+ !"e a,!"ori!ie# o !"e .BIET Cred$(' I Year Se%e#!er 2erio$# D Cre$i! 2erio$# D <ee0 # <ee0 T"eor+ ': 'E ': '& '9 )) 2rac!ical ': '9 ': Dra=i-3 '&TD':D '9 ': 'E Mi-i )) )) )) 2ro>ec! Co%pre"e- )) )) )) #iAe ViAa Voce Se%i-ar )) )) E 2ro>ec! )) )) (4 ro% !i%e !o !i%e.

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T"e per or%a-ce o a #!,$e-! i- eac" #e%e#!er D I +ear #"all be eAal,a!e$ #,b>ec! F=i#e =i!" a %a6i%,% o ('' %ar0# or !"eor+ a-$ 54 %ar0# or prac!ical #,b>ec!. I- a$$i!io-1 I-$,#!r+ orie-!e$ %i-i)pro>ec!1 #e%i-ar a-$ pro>ec! =or0 #"all be eAal,a!e$ or 4'1 4' a-$ &'' %ar0# re#pec!iAel+. For !"eor+ #,b>ec!# !"e $i#!rib,!io- #"all be &4 %ar0# or I-!er-al EAal,a!io- a-$ 54 %ar0# or !"e E-$)E6a%i-a!io-. For !"eor+ #,b>ec!#1 $,ri-3 !"e #e%e#!er !"ere #"all be & %i$ !er% e6a%i-a!io-#. Eac" %i$ !er% e6a%i-a!io- co-#i#!# o o-e ob>ec!iAe paper1 o-e #,b>ec!iAe paper a-$ o-e a##i3-%e-!. T"e ob>ec!iAe paper i# or (' %ar0# a-$ #,b>ec!iAe paper i# or (' %ar0#1 =i!" $,ra!io- o ( "o,r &' %i-,!e# (&' %i-,!e# or ob>ec!iAe a-$ E' %i-,!e# or #,b>ec!iAe paper*. Ob>ec!iAe paper i# #e! or &' bi!# o F %,l!iple c"oice B,e#!io-#1 ill)i- !"e bla-0#1 %a!c"i-3 !+pe B,e#!io-# F or !"e (' %ar0#. S,b>ec!iAe paper o eac" #e%e#!er #"all co-!ai- 9 ,ll B,e#!io-# (o-e ro% eac" ,-i!* o ="ic"1 !"e #!,$e-! "a# !o a-#=er & B,e#!io-#1 eac" carr+i-3 4 %ar0#. Fir#! %i$ !er% e6a%i-a!io- #"all be co-$,c!e$ or ()9 ,-i!# o #+llab,# a-$ #eco-$ %i$ !er% e6a%i-a!io- #"all be co-$,c!e$ or 4)8 ,-i!#. 4 %ar0# are alloca!e$ or A##i3-%e-!# (a# #peci ie$ b+ !"e co-cer-e$ #,b>ec! !eac"er* F ir#! A##i3-%e-! #"o,l$ be #,b%i!!e$ be ore !"e co-$,c! o !"e ir#! %i$1 a-$ !"e #eco-$ A##i3-%e-! #"o,l$ be #,b%i!!e$ be ore !"e co-$,c! o !"e #eco-$ %i$. T!e (o(a+ ,ar4' 'e &red 2) (!e '(&de*( $* ea ! ,$d (er, e5a,$*a($o* are e6a+&a(ed for -1 ,ar4'7 a*d (!e a6era#e of (!e (wo ,$d (er, e5a,$*a($o*' '!a++ 2e (a4e* a' (!e f$*a+ ,ar4' 'e &red 2) ea ! a*d$da(e. Ho=eAer1 or ir#! +ear1 !"ere #"all be : %i$ !er% e6a%i-a!io-# (eac" or &4 %ar0#*1 along with 3 assignments i- a #i%ilar pa!!er- a# aboAe G(#! %i$ #"all be ro% ()& ,-i!#1 &-$ %i$ ro% :)4 ,-i!# a-$ :r$ %i$ #"all be ro% E)8 ,-i!#H1 a-$ (!e a6era#e ,ar4' of (!e (!ree ,$d (er, e5a,$*a($o*' 'e &red (each evaluated for a total of 25 marks) $* ea ! '&28e ( '!a++ 2e o*'$dered a' f$*a+ ,ar4' for (!e $*(er*a+' 9 'e''$o*a+'. For prac!ical #,b>ec!# !"ere #"all be a co-!i-,o,# eAal,a!io- $,ri-3 !"e #e%e#!er or &4 #e##io-al %ar0# a-$ 4' e-$ e6a%i-a!io- %ar0#. O,! o !"e &4 %ar0# or i-!er-al1 $a+)!o)$a+ =or0 i- !"e labora!or+ #"all be eAal,a!e$ or (4 %ar0# a-$ i-!er-al e6a%i-a!io- or prac!ical #"all be eAal,a!e$ or (' %ar0# co-$,c!e$ b+ !"e co-cer-e$ labora!or+ !eac"er. T"e e-$ e6a%i-a!io- #"all be co-$,c!e$ =i!" e6!er-al e6a%i-er a-$ labora!or+ !eac"er. T"e e6!er-al e6a%i-er #"all be appoi-!e$ b+ !"e .BIET e6a%i-a!io- bra-c". For !"e #,b>ec! "aAi-3 $e#i3- a-$ D or $ra=i-31 (#,c" a# E-3i-eeri-3 Grap"ic#1 E-3i-eeri-3 Dra=i-31 Mac"i-e Dra=i-3* a-$ e#!i%a!io-1 (!e d$'(r$2&($o* '!a++ 2e -1 ,ar4' for $*(er*a+ e6a+&a($o* (1. ,ar4' for da):(o:da) wor4 a*d 1. ,ar4' for '&28e ($6e ;a;er a*d 1 ,ar4' for o28e ($6e ;a;er) a-$ 54 %ar0# or e-$ e6a%i-a!io-. T"ere #"all be !=o i-!er-al !e#!# i- a Se%e#!er a-$ aAera3e o !"e !=o #"all be co-#i$ere$ or !"e a=ar$ o %ar0# or i-!er-al !e#!#. Ho=eAer i- !"e I +ear cla##1 !"ere #"all be !"ree !e#!# a-$ !"e aAera3e o !"e !"ree %i$ !er% e6a%i-a!io-# =ill be !a0e- i-!o co-#i$era!io-. T"ere #"all be a- i-$,#!r+)orie-!e$ %i-i)2ro>ec!1 i- collabora!io- =i!" a- i-$,#!r+ o !"eir #pecialiCa!io-1 !o be !a0e- ,p $,ri-3 !"e Aaca!io- a !er III +ear II Se%e#!er e6a%i-a!io-. Ho=eAer1 !"e %i-i pro>ec! a-$ i!# repor! #"all be eAal,a!e$ =i!" !"e pro>ec! =or0 i- IV +ear II Se%e#!er. T"e i-$,#!r+ orie-!e$ %i-i pro>ec! #"all be #,b%i!!e$ i- repor! or% a-$ #"o,l$ be pre#e-!e$ be ore !"e co%%i!!ee1 ="ic" #"all be eAal,a!e$ or 4' %ar0#. T"e co%%i!!ee co-#i#!# o a- e6!er-al e6a%i-er1 "ea$ o !"e $epar!%e-!1 !"e #,perAi#or o %i-i pro>ec! a-$ a #e-ior ac,l!+ %e%ber o !"e $epar!%e-!. T"ere #"all be -o i-!er-al %ar0# or i-$,#!r+ orie-!e$ %i-i pro>ec!.

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#e-ior ac,l!+ %e%ber. T"e #e%i-ar repor! #"all be eAal,a!e$ or 4' %ar0#. T"ere #"all be -o e6!er-al e6a%i-a!io- or #e%i-ar. T"ere #"all be a Co%pre"e-#iAe ViAa)Voce i- IV +ear II #e%e#!er. T"e Co%pre"e-#iAe ViAa)Voce =ill be co-$,c!e$ b+ a Co%%i!!ee co-#i#!i-3 o (i* Hea$ o !"e Depar!%e-! (ii* !=o Se-ior Fac,l!+ %e%ber# o !"e Depar!%e-!. T"e Co%pre"e-#iAe ViAa)Voce i# ai%e$ !o a##e## !"e #!,$e-!#I ,-$er#!a-$i-3 i- Aario,# #,b>ec!# "e D #"e #!,$ie$ $,ri-3 !"e B.Tec" co,r#e o #!,$+. T"e Co%pre"e-#iAe ViAa)Voce i# eAal,a!e$ or ('' %ar0# b+ !"e Co%%i!!ee. T"ere are -o i-!er-al %ar0# or !"e Co%pre"e-#iAe AiAa)Aoce. O,! o a !o!al o &'' %ar0# or !"e pro>ec! =or01 4' %ar0# #"all be or I-!er-al EAal,a!io- a-$ (4' %ar0# or !"e E-$ Se%e#!er E6a%i-a!io-. T"e E-$ Se%e#!er E6a%i-a!io- (AiAa)Aoce* #"all be co-$,c!e$ b+ !"e #a%e co%%i!!ee appoi-!e$ or i-$,#!r+ orie-!e$ %i-i pro>ec!. Ia$$i!io- !"e pro>ec! #,perAi#or #"all al#o be i-cl,$e$ i- !"e co%%i!!ee. T"e !opic# or i-$,#!r+ orie-!e$ %i-i pro>ec!1 #e%i-ar a-$ pro>ec! =or0 #"all be $i ere-! ro% eac" o!"er. T"e eAal,a!io- o pro>ec! =or0 #"all be co-$,c!e$ a! !"e e-$ o !"e IV +ear. T"e I-!er-al EAal,a!io- #"all be o- !"e ba#i# o !=o #e%i-ar# 3iAe- b+ eac" #!,$e-! o- !"e !opic o "i# pro>ec!.

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A((e*da* e Re=&$re,e*('> i. A #!,$e-! #"all be eli3ible !o appear or Colle3e E-$ e6a%i-a!io-# i "e acB,ire# a %i-i%,% o 54J o a!!e-$a-ce i- a33re3a!e o all !"e #,b>ec!#. ii. S"or!a3e o A!!e-$a-ce belo= E4J i- a33re3a!e #"all i- NO ca#e be co-$o-e$. iii. Co-$o-a!io- o #"or!a3e o a!!e-$a-ce i- a33re3a!e ,p !o ('J (E4J a-$ aboAe a-$ belo= 54J* i- eac" #e%e#!er or I +ear %a+ be 3ra-!e$ b+ !"e Colle3e Aca$e%ic Co%%i!!ee. iA. A #!,$e-! =ill -o! be pro%o!e$ !o !"e -e6! #e%e#!er ,-le## "e #a!i# ie# !"e a!!e-$a-ce reB,ire%e-! o !"e pre#e-! #e%e#!er D I +ear1 a# applicable. T"e+ %a+ #ee0 re)a$%i##io- or !"a! #e%e#!er D I +ear ="e- o ere$ -e6!. A. S!,$e-!# ="o#e #"or!a3e o a!!e-$a-ce i# -o! co-$o-e$ i- a-+ #e%e#!er D I +ear are -o! eli3ible !o !a0e !"eir e-$ e6a%i-a!io- o !"a! cla## a-$ !"eir re3i#!ra!io- #"all #!a-$ ca-celle$. Ai. A #!ip,la!e$ ee #"all be pa+able !o=ar$# co-$o-a!io- o #"or!a3e o a!!e-$a-ce. M$*$,&, A ade,$ Re=&$re,e*('> T"e ollo=i-3 aca$e%ic reB,ire%e-!# "aAe !o be #a!i# ie$ i- a$$i!io- !o !"e a!!e-$a-ce reB,ire%e-!# %e-!io-e$ i- i!e% -o.< i. A #!,$e-! #"all be $ee%e$ !o "aAe #a!i# ie$ !"e %i-i%,% aca$e%ic reB,ire%e-!# a-$ ear-e$ !"e cre$i!# allo!!e$ !o eac" !"eor+ or prac!ical $e#i3- or $ra=i-3 #,b>ec! or pro>ec! i "e #ec,re# -o! le## !"a- :4J o %ar0# i- !"e e-$ e6a%i-a!io- a-$ a %i-i%,% o 9'J o %ar0# i- !"e #,% !o!al o !"e i-!er-al eAal,a!io- a-$ e-$ e6a%i-a!io- !a0e- !o3e!"er. ii. A #!,$e-! #"all be pro%o!e$ ro% II !o III +ear o-l+ i "e ,l il# !"e aca$e%ic reB,ire%e-! of /?cre$i!# ro% o-e re3,lar a-$ o-e #,pple%e-!ar+ e6a%i-a!io-# o I +ear1 a-$ o-e re3,lar e6a%i-a!io- o II +ear I #e%e#!er irre#pec!iAe o ="e!"er !"e ca-$i$a!e !a0e# !"e e6a%i-a!ioor -o!.

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A #!,$e-! #"all be pro%o!e$ ro% !"ir$ +ear !o o,r!" +ear o-l+ i "e ,l il# !"e aca$e%ic reB,ire%e-!# o !o!al <- re$i!# ro% !"e ollo=i-3 e6a%i-a!io-#1 ="e!"er !"e ca-$i$a!e !a0e# !"e e6a%i-a!io-# or -o!. a. T=o re3,lar a-$ !=o #,pple%e-!ar+ e6a%i-a!io-# o I +ear. b. T=o re3,lar a-$ o-e #,pple%e-!ar+ e6a%i-a!io-# o II +ear I #e%e#!er. c. O-e re3,lar a-$ o-e #,pple%e-!ar+ e6a%i-a!io-# o II +ear II #e%e#!er. $. O-e re3,lar e6a%i-a!io- o III +ear I #e%e#!er.

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A #!,$e-! #"all re3i#!er a-$ p,! ,p %i-i%,% a!!e-$a-ce i- all &'' cre$i!# a-$ ear- !"e &'' cre$i!#. Mar0# ob!ai-e$ i- all &'' cre$i!# #"all be co-#i$ere$ or !"e calc,la!io- o perce-!a3e o %ar0#. A. S!,$e-!# ="o ail !o ear- &'' cre$i!# a# i-$ica!e$ i- !"e co,r#e #!r,c!,re =i!"i- ei3"! aca$e%ic +ear# ro% !"e +ear o !"eir a$%i##io- #"all or ei! !"eir #ea! i- B.Tec" co,r#e a-$ !"eir a$%i##io- #"all #!a-$ ca-celle$. Co&r'e ;a((er*> i. T"e e-!ire co,r#e o #!,$+ i# o o,r aca$e%ic +ear#. T"e ir#! +ear #"all be o- +earl+ pa!!era-$ !"e #eco-$1 !"ir$ a-$ o,r!" +ear# o- #e%e#!er pa!!er-. ii. A #!,$e-! eli3ible !o appear or !"e e-$ e6a%i-a!io- i- a #,b>ec!1 b,! ab#e-! a! i! or "a# aile$ i- !"e e-$ e6a%i-a!io- %a+ appear or !"a! #,b>ec! a! !"e #,pple%e-!ar+ e6a%i-a!io-. iii. <"e- a #!,$e-! i# $e!ai-e$ $,e !o lac0 o cre$i!# D #"or!a3e o a!!e-$a-ce "e %a+ be re) a$%i!!e$ ="e- !"e #e%e#!er D +ear i# o ere$ a !er ,l il%e-! o aca$e%ic re3,la!io-#1 ="erea# !"e aca$e%ic re3,la!io-# "ol$ 3oo$ =i!" !"e re3,la!io-# "e =a# ir#! a$%i!!e$. Award of C+a''> A !er a #!,$e-! "a# #a!i# ie$ !"e reB,ire%e-!# pre#cribe$ or !"e co%ple!io- o !"e pro3ra% a-$ i# eli3ible or !"e a=ar$ o B. Tec". De3ree "e #"all be place$ i- o-e o !"e ollo=i-3 o,r cla##e#; C+a'' Awarded Fir#! Cla## =i!" Di#!i-c!ioFir#! Cla## Seco-$ Cla## 2a## Cla## B of ,ar4' (o 2e 'e &red 5'J a-$ aboAe Belo= 5'J b,! -o! le## !"a- E'J Belo= E'J b,! -o! le## !"a- 4'J Belo= 4'J b,! -o! le## !"a- 9'J Fro% !"e a33re3a!e %ar0# #ec,re$ or !"e be#! &'' Cre$i!#.

(T"e %ar0# i- i-!er-al eAal,a!io- a-$ e-$ e6a%i-a!io- #"all be #"o=- #epara!el+ i- !"e %ar0# %e%ora-$,%* 1.. M$*$,&, I*'(r& ($o* "a)'> T"e %i-i%,% i-#!r,c!io- $a+# or eac" #e%e#!er D I +ear #"all be 7'D(8' clear i-#!r,c!io- $a+#. 11. T"ere #"all be -o bra-c" !ra-# er# a !er !"e co%ple!io- o a$%i##io- proce##. 1-. Ge*era+> i. <"ere !"e =or$# K"eL1 K"i%L1 K"i#L1 occ,r i- !"e re3,la!io-#1 !"e+ i-cl,$e K#"eL1 K"erL1 K"er#L. ii. T"e aca$e%ic re3,la!io- #"o,l$ be rea$ a# a ="ole or !"e p,rpo#e o a-+ i-!erpre!a!io-. iii. I- !"e ca#e o a-+ $o,b! or a%bi3,i!+ i- !"e i-!erpre!a!io- o !"e aboAe r,le#1 !"e $eci#io- o !"e .BIET i# i-al. iA. T"e .BIET %a+ c"a-3e or a%e-$ !"e aca$e%ic re3,la!io-# or #+llabi a! a-+ !i%e a-$ !"e c"a-3e# or a%e-$%e-!# %a$e #"all be applicable !o all !"e #!,$e-!# =i!" e ec! ro% !"e $a!e# -o!i ie$ b+ !"e .BIET. M)M)M

Academic Regulations for B. Tech. (Lateral ntr! "cheme) (E ec!iAe or !"e #!,$e-!# 3e!!i-3 a$%i!!e$ i-!o II +ear ro% !"e Aca$e%ic Year &'(()&'(& a-$ o-=ar$#* 1. T"e S!,$e-!# "aAe !o acB,ire (4' cre$i!# ro% II !o IV +ear o B.Tec". 2ro3ra% (Re3,lar* or !"e a=ar$ o !"e $e3ree. Re3i#!er or 11. cre$i!# a-$ #ec,re 11. cre$i!#. -. /. 0. S!,$e-!#1 ="o ail !o ,l il !"e reB,ire%e-! or !"e a=ar$ o !"e $e3ree i- E co-#ec,!iAe aca$e%ic +ear# ro% !"e +ear o a$%i##io-1 #"all or ei! !"eir #ea!. T"e #a%e a!!e-$a-ce re3,la!io-# are !o be a$op!e$ a# !"a! o B. Tec". (Re3,lar*. %ro,o($o* R&+e> A '(&de*( '!a++ 2e ;ro,o(ed fro, (!$rd )ear (o fo&r(! )ear o*+) $f !e f&+f$+' (!e a ade,$ re=&$re,e*(' of :5 red$(' fro, (!e e5a,$*a($o*'. a. T=o re3,lar a-$ o-e #,pple%e-!ar+ e6a%i-a!io-# o II +ear I #e%e#!er. b. O-e re3,lar a-$ o-e #,pple%e-!ar+ e6a%i-a!io-# o II +ear II #e%e#!er. c. O-e re3,lar e6a%i-a!io- o III +ear I #e%e#!er. Award of C+a''> A !er a #!,$e-! "a# #a!i# ie$ !"e reB,ire%e-!# pre#cribe$ or !"e co%ple!io- o !"e pro3ra% a-$ i# eli3ible or !"e a=ar$ o B. Tec". De3ree "e #"all be place$ i- o-e o !"e ollo=i-3 o,r cla##e#; Fir#! Cla## =i!" Di#!i-c!io5'J a-$ aboAe Fro% !"e a33re3a!e Fir#! Cla## Belo= 5'J b,! -o! le## !"a- E'J %ar0# #ec,re$ or Seco-$ Cla## Belo= E'J b,! -o! le## !"a- 4'J (4' Cre$i!#. 2a## Cla## Belo= 4'J b,! -o! le## !"a- 9'J (i.e. II +ear !o IV +ear* (T"e %ar0# i- i-!er-al eAal,a!io- a-$ e-$ e6a%i-a!io- #"all be #"o=- #epara!el+ i- !"e %ar0# %e%ora-$,%* All o!"er re3,la!io-# a# applicable or B. Tec". Fo,r)+ear $e3ree co,r#e (Re3,lar* =ill "ol$ 3oo$ or B. Tec". (La!eral E-!r+ Sc"e%e*

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I Year B.Tech. C. .. &. INT'(D)CTI(N: In view of the growing importance of English as a tool for global communication and the conse uent emphasis on training students to ac uire communicative competence! the syllabus has been designed to develop linguistic and communicative competence of Engineering students. The prescribed boo"s and the exercises are meant to serve broadly as students# handboo"s. In the English classes! the focus should be on the s"ills of reading! writing! listening and spea"ing and for this the teachers should use the text prescribed for detailed study. $or example! the students should be encouraged to read the texts%selected paragraphs silently. The teachers can as" comprehension uestions to stimulate discussion and based on the discussions students can be made to write short paragraphs%essays etc. The text for non&detailed study is for extensive reading%reading for pleasure by the students. 'ence! it is suggested that they read it on their own with topics selected for discussion in the class. The time should be utili(ed for wor"ing out the exercises given after each section ! as also for supplementing the exercises with authentic materials of a similar "ind for example! from newspaper articles! advertisements! promotional material etc.. However, the stress in this syllabus is on skill development and practice of language skills. !. (B* CTI+ $: a. To improve the language proficiency of the students in English with emphasis on )*+, s"ills. b. To e uip the students to study academic sub-ects with greater facility through the theoretical and practical components of the English syllabus. c. To develop the study s"ills and communication s"ills in formal and informal situations. ,. $YLL-B)$: Listening $.ills: .b-ectives /. To enable students to develop their listening s"ill so that they may appreciate its role in the )*+, s"ills approach to language and improve their pronunciation 0. To e uip students with necessary training in listening so that can comprehend the speech of people of different bac"grounds and regions Students should be given practice in listening to the sounds of the language to be able to recognise them, to distinguish between them to mark stress and recognise and use the right intonation in sentences. 1 )istening for general content 1 )istening to fill up information 1 Intensive listening 1 )istening for specific information $/ea.ing $.ills: .b-ectives /. To ma"e students aware of the role of spea"ing in English and its contribution to their success. 0. To enable students to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts. 1 .ral practice 1 2escribing ob-ects%situations%people 1 +ole play 3 Individual%4roup activities (5sing exercises from all the nine units of the prescribed text6 Learning English : A ommunicative Approach.) 1 7ust A 8inute(7A8) *essions. 'eading $.ills: .b-ectives /. To develop an awareness in the students about the significance of silent reading and comprehension. 0. To develop the ability of students to guess the meanings of words from context and grasp the overall message of the text! draw inferences etc. 1 *"imming the text 1 5nderstanding the gist of an argument 1 Identifying the topic sentence 1 Inferring lexical and contextual meaning 1 5nderstanding discourse features 1 +ecogni(ing coherence%se uencing of sentences N(T : !he students will be trained in reading skills using the prescribed te"t for detailed study. !hey will be e"amined in reading and answering #uestions using $unseen% passages which may be taken from the non&detailed te"t or other authentic te"ts, such as maga'ines(newspaper articles. L T/P/D ! -/-/N#LI$% C "

0riting $.ills : .b-ectives /. To develop an awareness in the students about writing as an exact and formal s"ill 0. To e uip them with the components of different forms of writing! beginning with the lower order ones. 1 ,riting sentences 1 5se of appropriate vocabulary 1 Paragraph writing 1 9oherence and cohesiveness 1 :arration % description 1 :ote 8a"ing 1 $ormal and informal letter writing 1 Editing a passage ". T 1TB((2$ P' $C'IB D: In order to improve the proficiency of the student in the ac uisition of the four s"ills mentioned above! the following texts and course content! divided into ight )nits! are prescribed6 For Detailed study & 3irst Te4t 5oo. entitled 6 n7oying 8eryday nglish9: Pu5lished 5y $anga; Boo.s: %ydera5ad For Non-detailed study &. $econd te4t 5oo. 6Ins/iring $/eeches and Li8es9: Pu5lished 5y <aruthi Pu5lications: #untur A. *T52; 8ATE+IA)6 5nit 3I &. Cha/ter entitled Heavens Gate =ro; 6 n7oying 8eryday nglish9: Pu5lished 5y $anga; Boo.s: %ydera5ad ! Cha/ter entitled Haragovind Khorana =ro; 6Ins/iring $/eeches and Li8es9: Pu5lished 5y <aruthi Pu5lications: #untur 5nit 3II &. Cha/ter entitled Sir CV Raman: A ath!rea"er in the Saga o# $ndian S%ien%e =ro; 6 n7oying 8eryday nglish9: Pu5lished 5y $anga; Boo.s: %ydera5ad ! Cha/ter entitled Sam etroda =ro; 6Ins/iring $/eeches and Li8es9: Pu5lished 5y <aruthi Pu5lications: #untur 5nit 3III & Cha/ter entitled &he Connoisseur =ro; 6 n7oying 8eryday nglish9: Pu5lished 5y $anga; Boo.s: %ydera5ad ! Cha/ter entitled 'other &eresa =ro; 6Ins/iring $/eeches and Li8es9: Pu5lished 5y <aruthi Pu5lications: #untur 5nit 3I< &. Cha/ter entitled &he Cuddalore ()*erien%e =ro; 6 n7oying 8eryday nglish9: Pu5lished 5y $anga; Boo.s: %ydera5ad ! Cha/ter entitled Dr Amartya Kumar Sen =ro; 6Ins/iring $/eeches and Li8es9: Pu5lished 5y <aruthi Pu5lications: #untur 5nit 3< &. Cha/ter entitled +u!!ling ,ell Road =ro; 6 n7oying 8eryday nglish9: Pu5lished 5y $anga; Boo.s: %ydera5ad ! Cha/ter entitled $ Have a Dream 5y <artin Luther 2ing =ro; 6Ins/iring $/eeches and Li8es9: Pu5lished 5y <aruthi Pu5lications: #untur 5nit 3<I &. Cha/ter entitled -dds Against .s =ro; 6 n7oying 8eryday nglish9: Pu5lished 5y $anga; Boo.s: %ydera5ad ! Cha/ter entitled As" Not ,hat /our Country %an do #or you 5y *ohn 3 2ennedy =ro; 6Ins/iring $/eeches and Li8es9: Pu5lished 5y <aruthi Pu5lications: #untur = Exercises from the lessons not prescribed shall also be used for classroom tas"s. )nit +II 4ercises on +eading and ,riting *"ills +eading 9omprehension *ituational dialogues )etter writing Essay writing )nit +III Practice 4ercises on 'e;edial #ra;;ar co8ering 9ommon errors in English! *ub-ect&<erb agreement! 5se of Articles and Prepositions! Tense and aspect +oca5ulary de8elo/;ent co8ering *ynonyms > Antonyms! one&word substitutes! prefixes > suffixes! Idioms > phrases! words often confused.

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)NIT I $eAuences $eries ?asic definitions of *e uences and series 3 9onvergences and divergence 3 +atio test 3 9omparison test 3 Integral test 3 9auchy#s root test 3 +aabe#s test 3 Absolute and conditional convergence )NIT II 3unctions o= $ingle +aria5le +olle#s Theorem 3 )agrange#s 8ean <alue Theorem 3 9auchy#s mean value Theorem 3 4enerali(ed 8ean <alue theorem (all theorems without proof) $unctions of several variables 3 $unctional dependence& 7acobian& 8axima and 8inima of functions of two variables with constraints and without constraints )NIT III -//lication o= $ingle 8aria5les +adius! 9entre and 9ircle of 9urvature 3 Evolutes and Envelopes 9urve tracing 3 9artesian ! polar and Parametric curves. )NIT I+ Integration > its a//lications +iemann *ums ! Integral +epresentation for lengths! Areas! <olumes and *urface areas in 9artesian and polar coordinates multiple integrals & double and triple integrals 3 change of order of integration& change of variable )NIT + Di==erential eAuations o= =irst order and their a//lications .verview of differential e uations& exact! linear and ?ernoulli. Applications to :ewton#s )aw of cooling! )aw of natural growth and decay! orthogonal tra-ectories and geometrical applications. )NIT +I %igher (rder Linear di==erential eAuations and their a//lications )inear differential e uations of second and higher order with constant coefficients! ax! and x ! e <(x)! x harmonic motion.
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)NIT +II La/lace trans=or; and its a//lications to (rdinary di==erential eAuations )aplace transform of standard functions 3 Inverse transform 3 first shifting Theorem! Transforms of derivatives and integrals 3 5nit step function 3 second shifting theorem 3 2irac#s delta function 3 9onvolution theorem 3 Periodic function & 2ifferentiation and integration of transforms&Application of )aplace transforms to ordinary differential e uations. )NIT +III +ector Calculus <ector 9alculus6 4radient& 2ivergence& 9url and their related properties Potential function & )aplacian and second order operators. )ine integral 3 wor" done 33& *urface integrals & $lux of a vector valued function. <ector integrals theorems6 4reen#s &*to"e#s and 4auss#s 2ivergence Theorems (*tatement > their <erification) . T 1T B((2$: /. Engineering 8athematics 3 I by P.?. ?has"ara +ao! *.A.<.*. +ama 9hary! 8. ?hu-anga +ao. 0. Engineering 8athematics 3 I by 9. *han"araiah! <4* ?oo"lin"s. ' 3 ' NC $: /. Engineering 8athematics 3 I by T.A. <. Iyengar! ?. Arishna 4andhi > .thers! *. 9hand. 0. Engineering 8athematics 3 I by 2. *. 9handrase"har! Prison ?oo"s Pvt. )td. @. Engineering 8athematics 3 I by 4. *han"er +ao > .thers I.A. International Publications. B. 'igher Engineering 8athematics 3 ?.*. 4rewal! Ahanna Publications. C. Advance Engineering 8athematics by 7ain and *.+.A. Iyengar! :arosa Publications. D. A text ?oo" of A+E;*KI4#* Engineering 8athematics! <ol&/ 2r .A. +ama"rishna Prasad. ,I)E; publications

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N#IN 'IN# < C%-NIC$ )NIT I Introduction to Engineering. 8echanics 3 ?asic 9oncepts. $yste;s o= 3orces : 9oplanar 9oncurrent $orces 3 9omponents in *pace 3 +esultant 3 8oment of $orce and its Application 3 9ouples and +esultant of $orce *ystems. )NIT II Auili5riu; o= $yste;s o= 3orces : $ree ?ody 2iagrams! E uations of E uilibrium of 9oplanar *ystems! *patial *ystems for concurrent forces. )amis Theorem! 4raphical method for the e uilibrium of coplanar forces! 9onverse of the law of Triangle of forces! converse of the law of polygon of forces condition of e uilibrium. )NIT III Centroid : 9entroids of simple figures (from basic principles ) 3 9entroids of 9omposite $igures Centre o= #ra8ity : 9entre of gravity of simple body (from basis principles)! centre of gravity of composite bodies! pappus theorem. )NIT I+ -rea ;o;ent o= Inertia : 2efinition 3 Polar 8oment of Inertia! Transfer Theorem! 8oments of Inertia of 9omposite $igures! Products of Inertia! Transfer $ormula for Product of Inertia. <ass <o;ent o= Inertia : 8oment of Inertia of 8asses! Transfer $ormula for 8ass 8oments of Inertia! mass moment of inertia of composite bodies. )NIT + Analysis of perfect frames ( Analytical 8ethod) 3 Types of $rames 3 Assumptions for forces in members of a perfect frame! 8ethod of -oints! 8ethod of sections! $orce table! 9antilever Trusses! *tructures with one end hinged and the other freely supported on rollers carrying hori(ontal or inclined loads. )NIT +I 2ine;atics : +ectilinear and 9urvilinear motions 3 <elocity and Acceleration 3 8otion of +igid ?ody 3 Types and their Analysis in Planar 8otion. 2inetics : Analysis as a Particle and Analysis as a +igid ?ody in Translation 3 9entral $orce 8otion 3 E uations of Plane 8otion 3 $ixed Axis +otation 3 +olling ?odies. )NIT +II 0or. nergy <ethod : E uations for Translation! ,or"&Energy Applications to Particle 8otion! 9onnected *ystem&$ixed Axis +otation and Plane 8otion. Impulse momentum method. )NIT +III Princi/le o= 8irtual wor.: E uilibrium of ideal systems! efficiency of simple machines! stable and unstable e uilibriums T 1T B((2$ : /. Engineering. 8echanics % Timoshen"o > ;oung. 0. Engineering. 8echanics % *.*. ?havi"atti > 7.4. +a-ase"harappa ' 3 ' NC $ : /. Engineering 8echanics % $edinand . ). *inger % 'arper 3 9ollins. 0. Engineering. 8echanics % Irving. '. *hames Prentice 3 'all. @. Engineering. 8echanics 5mesh +egl % Tayal. B. Engineering. 8echanics % +.<. Aul"arni > +.2. As"hev"ar C. Engineering. 8echanics%Ahurmi%*.9hand. D. Engineering. 8echanics % A) Aumar % Tata 8c4raw 'ill.

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I Year B.Tech. C. . N#IN )NIT-I &. Bonding in $olids: Ionic ?ond! 9ovalent ?ond! 8etallic ?ond! 'ydrogen ?ond! <ander&,aal#s ?ond! 9alculation of 9ohesive Energy. !. Crystallogra/hy and Crystal $tructures: *pace )attice: 5nit 9ell! )attice Parameters! 9rystal *ystems! ?ravais )attices! 8iller Indices! 9rystal Planes and 2irections! Inter Planar *pacing of .rthogonal 9rystal *ystems! Atomic +adius! 9o&ordination :umber and Pac"ing $actor of *9! ?99! $99! 2iamond and hcp *tructures! *tructures of :a9l! Kn*! 9s9l. )NIT-II ,. 1-ray Di==raction: ?asic Principles! ?ragg#s )aw! )aue 8ethod! Powder 8ethod! Applications of I& ray 2iffraction. ". De=ects in Crystals: Point 2efects6 <acancies! *ubstitutional! Interstitial! $ren"el and *chott"y 2efectsL Mualitative treatment of line (Edge and *crew 2islocations) 2efects! ?urger#s <ector! *urface 2efects and <olume 2efects. )NIT-III B. le;ents o= $tatistical <echanics: 8axwell&?olt(man! ?ose&Einstein and $ermi&2irac *tatistics (Mualitative Treatment)! Photon gas ! ,ein#s )aw! +ayleigh&7eans law!! Planc"#s )aw of ?lac" ?ody +adiation! 9oncept of Electron 4as! $ermi Energy! 2ensity of *tates. @. Princi/les o= Cuantu; <echanics: ,aves and Particles! de ?roglie 'ypothesis ! 8atter ,aves! 2avisson and 4ermer#s Experiment! 4. P. Thomson Experiment! 'eisenberg#s 5ncertainty Principle! *chrNdinger#s Time Independent ,ave E uation & Physical *ignificance of the ,ave $unction & Particle in .ne 2imensional Potential ?ox. )NIT-I+ D. Band Theory o= $olids: Electron in a periodic Potential! ?loch Theorem! Aronig&Penny 8odel (Mualitative Treatment)! .rigin of Energy ?and $ormation in *olids! 9lassification of 8aterials into 9onductors! *emi 9onductors > Insulators! 9oncept of Effective 8ass of an Electron and 'ole. )NIT-+ E. $e;iconductor Physics: $ermi )evel in Intrinsic and Extrinsic *emiconductors! Intrinsic *emiconductors and 9arrier 9oncentration! Extrinsic *emiconductors and 9arrier 9oncentration! E uation of 9ontinuity! 2irect > Indirect ?and 4ap *emiconductors! 'all Effect. F. Physics o= $e;iconductor De8ices: $ormation of P: 7unction! .pen 9ircuit P: 7unction! Energy 2iagram of P: 2iode! I&< 9haracteristics of P: 7unction! P: 2iode as a +ectifier ($orward and +everse ?ias)! 2iode E uation! )E2! )92 and Photo 2iodes. L T/P/D ! &/-/'IN# P%Y$IC$ C "

)NIT-+I &G. Dielectric Pro/erties: Electric 2ipole! 2ipole 8oment! 2ielectric 9onstant! Polari(ability! Electric *usceptibility! 2isplacement <ector! Electronic! Ionic and .rientation Polari(ations and 9alculation of Polari(abilities & Internal $ields in *olids! 9lausius & 8ossotti E uation! Pie(o&electricity! Pyro&electricity and $erro& electricity. &&. <agnetic Pro/erties: Permeability! $ield Intensity! 8agnetic $ield Induction! 8agneti(ation! 8agnetic *usceptibility! .rigin of 8agnetic 8oment! ?ohr 8agneton! 9lassification of 2ia! Para and $erro 8agnetic 8aterials on the basis of 8agnetic 8oment! 2omain Theory of $erro 8agnetism on the basis of 'ysteresis 9urve! *oft and 'ard 8agnetic 8aterials! Properties of Anti&$erro and $erri 8agnetic 8aterials! $errites and their Applications! 9oncept of Perfect 2iamagnetism! 8eissner Effect! 8agnetic )evitation! Applications of *uperconductors. )NIT-+IIH &!. Lasers: 9haracteristics of )asers! *pontaneous and *timulated Emission of +adiation! 8eta&stable *tate! Population Inversion! )asing Action! Einstein#s 9oefficients and +elation between them! +uby )aser! 'elium&:eon )aser! 9arbon 2ioxide )aser! *emiconductor 2iode )aser! Applications of )asers. &,. 3i5er (/tics: Principle of .ptical $iber! Acceptance Angle and Acceptance 9one! :umerical Aperture! Types of .ptical $ibers and +efractive Index Profiles! Attenuation in .ptical $ibers! Application of .ptical $ibers. )NIT-+III &". -coustics o= Buildings > -coustic Cuieting: ?asic +e uirement of Acoustically 4ood 'all! +everberation and Time of +everberation! *abine#s $ormula for +everberation Time(Mualitative Treatment)! 8easurement of Absorption 9oefficient of a 8aterial! $actors Affecting The Architectural Acoustics and their +emedies. Acoustic Muieting6 Aspects of Acoustic Muieting! 8ethods of Muieting! Muieting for *pecific .bservers: 8ufflers! *ound&proofing. &B. Nanotechnology: .rigin of :anotechnology! :ano *cale! *urface to <olume +atio! Muantum 9onfinement! ?ottom&up $abrication6 *ol&gel! Precipitation! 9ombustion 8ethodsL Top&down $abrication6 9hemical <apour 2eposition! Physical <apour 2eposition! Pulsed )aser <apour 2eposition 8ethods! 9haracteri(ation(I+2>TE8) and Applications. T 1T B((2$: /. 0. @. Applied Physics 3 P.A.Palanisamy (*ciTech Publications (India) Pvt. )td.! $ifth Print 0HHF). Applied Physics 3 *... Pillai > *iva"ami (:ew Age International (P) )td.! *econd Edition 0HHF). Applied Physics 3 T. ?hima *han"aram > 4. Prasad (?.*. Publications! Third Edition 0HHF).

' 3 ' NC $: /. *olid *tate Physics 3 8. Armugam (Anuradha Publications). 0. 8odern Physics 3 +. 8urugeshan > A. *iva Prasath 3 *. 9hand > 9o. (for *tatistical 8echanics). @. A Text ?oo" of Engg Physics 3 8. :. Avadhanulu > P. 4. Ahsirsagar3 *. 9hand > 9o. (for acoustics). B. 8odern Physics by A. <i-aya Aumar! *. 9handralingam6 *. 9hand > 9o.)td C. :anotechnology 3 8.+atner > 2. +atner (Pearson Ed.). D. Introduction to *olid *tate Physics 3 9. Aittel (,iley Eastern). E. *olid *tate Physics 3 A.7. 2e""er (8acmillan). F. Applied Physics 3 8ani :aidu Pearson Education

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C(<P)T ' P'(#'-<<IN# -ND D-T- $T')CT)' $ )NIT - I Introduction to 9omputers 3 9omputer *ystems! 9omputing Environments! 9omputer )anguages! 9reating and running programmes! *oftware 2evelopment 8ethod! Algorithms! Pseudo code! flow charts! applying the software development method. )NIT - II Introduction to 9 )anguage 3 ?ac"ground! *imple 9 Programme! Identifiers! ?asic data types! <ariables! 9onstants! Input % .utput! .perators. Expressions! Precedence and Associativity! Expression Evaluation! Type conversions! ?it wise operators! *tatements! *imple 9 Programming examples. *election *tatements 3 if and switch statements! +epetition statements 3 while! for! do&while statements! )oop examples! other statements related to looping 3 brea"! continue! goto! *imple 9 Programming examples. )NIT - III 2esigning *tructured Programmes! $unctions! basics! user defined functions! inter function communication! *tandard functions! *cope! *torage classes&auto! register! static! extern! scope rules! type ualifiers! recursion& recursive functions! Preprocessor commands! example 9 programmes Arrays 3 9oncepts! using arrays in 9! inter function communication! array applications! two 3 dimensional arrays! multidimensional arrays! 9 programme examples. )NIT - I+ Pointers 3 Introduction (?asic 9oncepts)! Pointers for inter function communication! pointers to pointers! compatibility! memory allocation functions! array of pointers! programming applications! pointers to void! pointers to functions! command 3line arguments. *trings 3 9oncepts! 9 *trings! *tring Input % .utput functions! arrays of strings! string manipulation functions! string % data conversion! 9 programme examples. )NIT - + 2erived types 3 *tructures 3 2eclaration! definition and initiali(ation of structures! accessing structures! nested structures! arrays of structures! structures and functions! pointers to structures! self referential structures! unions! typedef! bit fields! enumerated types! 9 programming examples. )NIT - +I Input and .utput 3 9oncept of a file! streams! standard input % output functions! formatted input % output functions! text files and binary files! file input % output operations! file status functions (error handling)! 9 programme examples. )NIT +II *earching and *orting 3 *orting& selection sort! bubble sort! insertion sort! uic" sort! merge sort! *earching&linear and binary search methods. )NIT - +III 2ata *tructures 3 Introduction to 2ata *tructures! abstract data types! )inear list 3 singly lin"ed list implementation! insertion! deletion and searching operations on linear list! *tac"s&.perations! array and lin"ed representations of stac"s! stac" application& infix to postfix conversion! postfix expression evaluation! recursion implementation! Mueues&operations! array and lin"ed representations. T 1T B((2$ : /. 0. 9 Programming > 2ata *tructures! ?.A.$orou(an and +.$. 4ilberg! Third Edition! 9engage )earning. Problem *olving and Program 2esign in 9! 7.+. 'anly and E.?. Aoffman! $ifth Edition! Pearson education.

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I Year B.Tech. C. . L ! T/P/D -/-/, C " N#IN 'IN# D'-0IN# )NIT I INT'(D)CTI(N T( N#IN 'IN# D'-0IN# : Principles of Engineering 4raphics and their *ignificance 3 2rawing Instruments and their 5se 3 9onventions in 2rawing 3 )ettering 3 ?I* 9onventions. 9urves used in Engineering Practice > their 9onstructions 6 a) 9onic *ections including the +ectangular 'yperbola 3 4eneral method only. b) 9ycloid! Epicycloid and 'ypocycloid c) Involute. d) *cales6 2ifferent types of *cales! Plain scales comparative scales! scales of chords. )NIT II D'-0IN# (3 P'(* CTI(N$ (' +I 0$ ('T%(#'-P%IC P'(* CTI(N IN 3I'$T -N#L P'(* CTI(N: Principles of .rthographic Pro-ections 3 9onventions 3 $irst and Third Angle! Pro-ections of Points and )ines inclined to both planes! True lengths! traces. )NIT III P'(* CTI(N$ (3 PL-N $ > $(LID$: Pro-ections of regular Planes! auxiliary planes and Auxiliary pro-ection inclined to both planes. Pro-ections of +egular *olids inclined to both planes 3 Auxiliary <iews. )NIT I+ $ CTI(N$ -ND $ CTI(N-L +I 0$6& +ight +egular *olids 3 Prism! 9ylinder! Pyramid! 9one 3 Auxiliary views. D + L(P< NT -ND INT 'P N T'-TI(N (3 $(LID$: 2evelopment of *urfaces of +ight! +egular *olids 3 Prisms! 9ylinder! Pyramid 9one and their parts. Interpenetration of +ight +egular *olids )NIT + INT '$ CTI(N (3 $(LID$:- Intersection of 9ylinder <s 9ylinder! 9ylinder <s Prism! 9ylinder <s 9one. )NIT - +I I$(< T'IC P'(* CTI(N$ : Principles of Isometric Pro-ection 3 Isometric *cale 3 Isometric <iews3 9onventions 3 Isometric <iews of )ines! Plane $igures! *imple and 9ompound *olids 3 Isometric Pro-ection of ob-ects having non& isometric lines. Isometric Pro-ection of *pherical Parts. )NIT +II T'-N$3('<-TI(N (3 P'(* CTI(N$ : 9onversion of Isometric <iews to .rthographic <iews 3 9onventions. )NIT +III P '$P CTI+ P'(* CTI(N$ : Perspective <iew 6 Points! )ines! Plane $igures and *imple *olids! <anishing Point 8ethods (4eneral 8ethod only). T 1T B((2 : /. Engineering 2rawing! :.2. ?hat % 9harotar 0. Engineering 2rawing and 4raphics! <enugopal % :ew age. @. Engineering 2rawing 3 ?asant Agrawal! T8' ' 3 ' /. 0. @. B. C. D. NC $ : Engineering drawing 3 P.7. *hah.*.9hand. Engineering 2rawing! :arayana and Aannaiah % *citech publishers. Engineering 2rawing& 7ohle%Tata 8acgraw 'ill. 9omputer Aided Engineering 2rawing& Trymba"a 8urthy& I.A. International. Engineering 2rawing 3 4rower. Engineering 4raphics for 2egree 3 A.9. 7ohn.

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.b-ectives6 To ma"e the student learn a programming language. To teach the student to write programs in 9 to solve the problems. To Introduce the student to simple linear data structures such as lists! stac"s! ueues. 'eco;;ended $yste;s/$o=tware 'eAuire;ents: Intel based des"top P9 A:*I 9 9ompiler with *upporting Editors

0ee. l. aI ,rite a 9 program to find the sum of individual digits of a positive integer. 5I A $ibonacci *e uence is defined as follows6 the first and second terms in the se uence are H and /. *ubse uent terms are found by adding the preceding two terms in the se uence. ,rite a 9 program to generate the first n terms of the se uence. cI ,rite a 9 program to generate all the prime numbers between / and n! where n is a value supplied by the user. 0ee. !. aI ,rite a 9 program to calculate the following *um6 *umJ/&x0%0O PxB%BO&xD%DOPxF%FO&x/H%/HO 5I ,rite a 9 program toe find the roots of a uadratic e uation. 0ee. , aI ,rite 9 programs that use both recursive and non&recursive functions i) To find the factorial of a given integer. ii) To find the 492 (greatest common divisor) of two given integers. iii) To solve Towers of 'anoi problem. 0ee. " aI The total distance travelled by vehicle in Qt# seconds is given by distance J utP/%0at 0 where Qu# and Qa# are the initial velocity (m%sec.) and acceleration (m%sec0). ,rite 9 program to find the distance travelled at regular intervals of time given the values of Qu# and Qa#. The program should provide the flexibility to the user to select his own time intervals and repeat the calculations for different values of Qu# and Qa#. 5I ,rite a 9 program! which ta"es two integer operands and one operator from the user! performs the operation and then prints the result. (9onsider the operators P!&!=! %! R and use *witch *tatement) 0ee. B aI ,rite a 9 program to find both the largest and smallest number in a list of integers. 5I ,rite a 9 program that uses functions to perform the following6 i) Addition of Two 8atrices ii) 8ultiplication of Two 8atrices 0ee. @ aI ,rite a 9 program that uses functions to perform the following operations6 i) To insert a sub&string in to a given main string from a given position. ii) To delete n 9haracters from a given position in a given string. 5I ,rite a 9 program to determine if the given string is a palindrome or not 0ee. D aI ,rite a 9 program that displays the position or index in the string * where the string T begins! or 3 / if * doesn#t contain T. 5I ,rite a 9 program to count the lines! words and characters in a given text. 0ee. E aI ,rite a 9 program to generate Pascal#s triangle. 5I ,rite a 9 program to construct a pyramid of numbers. 0ee. F ,rite a 9 program to read in two numbers! x and n! and then compute the sum of this geometric progression6 /PxPx0Px@PSSSS.Pxn $or example6 if n is @ and x is C! then the program computes /PCP0CP/0C. Print x! n! the sum Perform error chec"ing. $or example! the formula does not ma"e sense for negative exponents 3 if n is less than H. 'ave your program print an error message if nTH! then go bac" and read in the next pair of numbers of without computing the sum. Are any values of x also illegal U If so! test for them too.

0ee. &G aI 0#s complement of a number is obtained by scanning it from right to left and complementing all the bits after the first appearance of a /. Thus 0#s complement of ///HH is HH/HH. ,rite a 9 program to find the 0#s complement of a binary number. 5I ,rite a 9 program to convert a +oman numeral to its decimal e uivalent. 0ee. && ,rite a 9 program that uses functions to perform the following operations6 i) +eading a complex number ii) ,riting a complex number iii) Addition of two complex numbers iv) 8ultiplication of two complex numbers (:ote6 represent complex number using a structure.) 0ee. &! aI ,rite a 9 program which copies one file to another. 5I ,rite a 9 program to reverse the first n characters in a file. (:ote6 The file name and n are specified on the command line.) 0ee. &, aI ,rite a 9 programme to display the contents of a file. 5I ,rite a 9 programme to merge two files into a third file ( i.e.! the contents of the first file followed by those of the second are put in the third file) 0ee. &" ,rite a 9 program that uses functions to perform the following operations on singly lin"ed list.6 i) 9reation ii) Insertion iii) 2eletion iv) Traversal 0ee. &B ,rite 9 programs that implement stac" (its operations) using i) Arrays ii) Pointers 0ee. &@ ,rite 9 programs that implement Mueue (its operations) using i) Arrays ii) Pointers 0ee. &D ,rite a 9 program that uses *tac" operations to perform the following6 i) 9onverting infix expression into postfix expression ii) Evaluating the postfix expression 0ee. &E ,rite a 9 program that implements the following sorting methods to sort a given list of integers in ascending order i) ?ubble sort ii) *election sort 0ee. &F ,rite 9 programs that use both recursive and non recursive functions to perform the following searching operations for a Aey value in a given list of integers 6 i) )inear search ii) ?inary search 0ee. !G ,rite 9 program that implements the following sorting method to sort a given list of integers in ascending order6 i) Muic" sort 0ee. !& ,rite 9 program that implement the following sorting method to sort a given list of integers in ascending order6 i) 8erge sort 0ee. !! ,rite 9 programs to implement the )agrange interpolation and :ewton& 4regory forward interpolation. 0ee. !, ,rite 9 programs to implement the linear regression and polynomial regression algorithms. 0ee. !" ,rite 9 programs to implement Trape(oidal and *impson methods.

Te4t Boo.s /. 9 programming and 2ata *tructures! P. Padmanabham! Third Edition! ?* Publications 0. 8astering 9! A.+. <enugopal and *.+. Prasad! T8' Publications. @. The *pirit of 9! an introduction to modern programming! 8.9ooper! 7aico Publishing 'ouse. B Practical 9 Programming!*teve .ualline!.#+eilly!*P2. T8' publications. C. 9omputer ?asics and 9 Programming! <. +a-araman! P'I Publications. D. 2ata structures and Program 2esign in 9!+.Aruse!9.).Tondo!?.P.)eung!8.*hashi!Pearson Education.

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N#IN 'IN# P%Y$IC$ L-B J-ny twel8e e4/eri;ents co;/ulsoryI /. 0. @. B. C. D. E. F. G. /H. //. /0. /@. /B. /C. 2ispersive power of the material of a prism 3 *pectrometer 2etermination of wavelength of a source 3 2iffraction 4rating. :ewton#s +ings & +adius of curvature of plano convex lens. 8elde#s experiment 3 Transverse and longitudinal modes. Time constant of an +&9 circuit. )&9&+ circuit. 8agnetic field along the axis of current carrying coil 3 *tewart and 4ees method. *tudy the characteristics of )E2 and )A*E+ sources. *tudy the characteristics of p&i&n and avalanche photodiode detectors. ?ending losses of fibres. Evaluation of numerical aperture of given fibre. Energy gap of a material of p&n -unction. Thermo electric effect 3 *eebec" effect and Peltier effect. Torsional pendulum. *ingle slit diffraction using laser. N#IN 'IN# C% <I$T'Y L-B List o= 4/eri;ents J-ny &! o= the =ollowingI: Estimation of hardness of water by E2TA method. (or) Estimation of calcium in limestone by Permanganometry. <ineral -nalysis: 0 2etermination of percentage of copper in brass @ Estimation of manganese dioxide in pyrolusite. Instru;ental <ethods: B. Colori;etry: 2etermination of ferrous iron in cement by colorimetric method. (.r) Estimation of 9opper by 9olorimetric method. C. Conducto;etry: 9onductometric titration of strong acid <s strong base. (or) 9onductometric titration of mixture of acids <s strong base. D. Potentio;etry: Titration of strong acid <s strong base by potentiometry. (or) Titration of wea" acid <s strong base by potentiometry. Physical Pro/erties: E. 2etermination of viscosity of sample oil by redwood%oswald#s viscometer F. 2etermination *urface Tension of lubricants. Identi=ication and Pre/arations: G. Identification of functional groups present in organic compounds. /H. Preparation of organic compounds Asprin (or) ?en(imida(ole 2inetics: //. To determine the rate constant of hydrolysis of methyl acetate catalysed by an acid and also the energy of activation. (or) To study the "inetics of reaction between A0*0.F and AI. /0. 2emonstration Experiments ( Any .ne of the following) 6 a. 2etermination of dissociation constant of wea" acid&by P' metry b. Preparation of Thio"ol rubber c. Adsorption on 9harcoal d. 'eat of reaction T 1T B((2$: /. Practical Engineering 9hemistry by A. 8u""anti! etal! ?.*. Publications! 'yderabad. 0. Inorganic uantitative analysis! <ogel. ' 3 ' NC B((2$: /. Text ?oo" of engineering chemistry by +. :. 4oyal and 'arrmendra 4oel. 0. A text boo" on experiments and calculation Engg. *.*. 2ara. @. Instrumental methods of chemical analysis! 9hatwal! Anand! 'imalaya Publications. Titri;etry: a.

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<-T% <-TIC$ II )NIT I: Linear $yste;s 8atrices6 Elementary row transformations 3 +an" 3 :ormal form & Echelon form 3 9onsistency 3 *olution of system of simultaneous linear homogeneous and non&homogeneous e uations. )NIT II : igen 8alues > igen 8ectors Eigen <alues! Eigen vectors & properties 3 9ayley&'amilton Theorem & Inverse and powers of a matrix by 9ayley&'amilton theorem 3 2iagonoli(ation of matrix. 9alculation of powers of matrix 3 8odal and spectral matrices. )NIT-III: Linear Trans=or;ations +eal matrices &*ymmetric! s"ew & symmetric! orthogonal! )inear Transformation & .rthogonal Transformation. 9omplex matrices6 'ermitian! *"ew&'ermitian and 5nitary 3 Eigen values and Eigen vectors of complex matrices and their properties. )NIT I+: Cuadratic =or;s Muadratic $orms & +eduction of uadratic form to canonical form 3 +an" & Positive! negative definite & semi definite & index & signature & *ylvester law! Applications of uadratic forms. )NIT-+ : 3ourier $eries and 3ourier trans=or;s $ourier *eries6 2etermination of $ourier coefficients 3 $ourier series 3 even and odd functions 3 $ourier series in an arbitrary interval 3 even and odd periodic continuation 3 'alf&range $ourier sine and cosine expansions. $ourier integral theorem & $ourier sine and cosine integrals. $ourier transforms 3 $ourier sine and cosine transforms 3 properties 3 inverse transforms 3 $inite $ourier transforms. )NIT +I : Introduction to /artial di==erential eAuations $ormation of partial differential e uations by elimination of arbitrary constants and arbitrary functions 3 solutions of first order linear ()agrange) e uation and nonlinear (standard type) e uations. )NIT +II: $olution o= /artial di==erential eAuations 9lassification of second order linear Partial 2ifferential E uations! separation of variables methods for the solutions of one dimensional heat e uation! wave e uation and two&dimensional )aplace#s e uation under initial and boundary conditions. )NIT-+III: K-Trans=or;s K&Transform&Properties&2amping rule&*hifting rule&Initial > $inal value theorems&9onvolution theorem&*olutions of difference e uation by K&Transform

T 1T B((2$: /. Engineering 8athematics 3 II by T.A.<. Iyengar! ?.Arishna 4andhi > .thers! *.9hand. 0. Engineering 8athematics by ?.<.+amana! Tata 8c.4rawhill Publications ' 3 ' NC $: /. Engineering 8athematics 3 II by P.?. ?has"ara +ao! *.A.<.*.+ama 9hary! 8.?hu-anga +ao! ?.*. Publications. 0. 'igher Engineering 8athematics by ?.*.4rewal! Ahanna Publications. @. Engineering 8athematics 3 II by 4.*han"ar +ao > .thers! I.A. International Publications. B. Engineering 8athematics 3 II by 9. *han"araiah! <i-aya Publications. C. Advanced Engineering 8athematics by 7ain and *.+.A. Iyengar! :arasa Publications. D. Engineering 8athematics 3 II by 2r. A. An-aneyulu > others! 2eepti Publications.

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)NIT-I L CT'IC-L CI'C)IT$: ?asic definitions! Types of elements! .hm#s )aw! +esistive networ"s! Airchhoff#s )aws! Inductive networ"s! 9apacitive networ"s! *eries! Parallel circuits and *tar&delta and deltastar transformations. )NIT II DC <-C%IN $: Principle of operation of 29 4enerator 3 emf e uation & types 3 29 motor types 3 tor ue e uation 3 applications 3 three point starter. )NIT III T'-N$3('< '$: Principle of operation of single phase transformers 3 emf e uation 3 losses 3 efficiency and regulation )NIT I+ -C <-C%IN $: Principle of operation of alternators 3 regulation by synchronous impedance method 3 Principle of operation of induction motor 3 slip 3 tor ue characteristics 3 applications. )NIT + IN$T')< NT$: ?asic Principle of indicating instruments 3 permanent magnet moving coil and moving iron instruments. )NIT +I DI(D -ND ITL$ C%-'-CT 'I$TIC$: P&: -unction diode! symbol! <&I 9haracteristics! 2iode Applications! +ectifiers 3 'alf wave! $ull wave and ?ridge rectifiers (simple Problems) )NIT +II T'-N$I$T('$: P&:&P and :&P&: 7unction transistor! Transistor as an amplifier! *9+ characteristics and applications )NIT +III: C-T%(D '-Y ($CILL($C(P : Principles of 9+T (9athode +ay Tube)! 2eflection! *ensitivity! Electrostatic and 8agnetic deflection! Applications of 9+. & <oltage! 9urrent and fre uency measurements. T 1T B((2$: /. Essentials of Electrical and 9omputer Engineering by 2avid <. Aerns! 7+. 7. 2avid Irwin 0. Principles of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by <.A.8ehta! *.9hand > 9o. ' 3 ' NC $ : /. Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 8.* :aidu and *. Aama"shaiah! T8' Publ. 0. ?asic Electrical Engineering by Aothari and :agarath! T8' Publications! 0nd Edition. *-0-%-'L-L N %') T C%N(L(#IC-L )NI+ '$ITY %YD '-B-D II Year B.Tech. C. . I $e; L , T/P/D &/-/C ,

$T' N#T% (3 <-T 'I-L$ I )NIT I $I<PL $T' $$ $ -ND $T'-IN$ : Elasticity and plasticity 3 Types of stresses and strains 3 'oo"e#s law 3 stress 3 strain diagram for mild steel 3 ,or"ing stress 3 $actor of safety 3 )ateral strain! Poisson#s ratio and volumetric strain 3 Elastic moduli and the relationship between them 3 ?ars of varying section 3 composite bars 3 Temperature stresses. $T'-IN N '#Y 3 +esilience 3 4radual! sudden! impact and shoc" loadings 3 simple applications. )NIT II $% -' 3('C -ND B NDIN# <(< NT : 2efinition of beam 3 Types of beams 3 9oncept of shear force and bending moment 3 *.$ and ?.8 diagrams for cantilver! simply supported and overhanging beams sub-ected to point loads! uniformly distributed load! uniformly varying loads and combination of these loads 3 Point of contraflexure 3 +elation between *.$.! ?.8 and rate of loading at a section of a beam. )NIT III 3L 1)'-L $T' $$ $: Theory of simple bending 3 Assumptions 3 2erivation of bending e uation6 8%I J f%y J E%+ & :eutral axis 3 2etermination of bending stresses 3 *ection modulus of rectangular and circular sections (*olid and 'ollow)! I!T!Angle and 9hannel sections 3 2esign of simple beam sections. )NIT I+ $% -' $T' $$ $ : 2erivation of formula 3 *hear stress distribution across various beam sections li"e rectangular! circular! triangular! I! T angle sections.

)NIT + D 3L CTI(N (3 B -<$ : ?ending into a circular arc 3 slope! deflection and radius of curvature 3 2ifferential e uation for the elastic line of a beam 3 2ouble integration and 8acaulay#s methods 3 2etermination of slope and deflection for cantilever and simply supported beams sub-ected to point loads! 5.2.)! 5niformly varying load&8ohr#s theorems 3 8oment area method 3 application to simple cases including overhanging beams. )NIT +I P'INCIP-L $T' $$ $ -ND $T'-IN$ : Introduction 3 *tresses on an inclined section of a bar under axial loading 3 compound stresses 3 :ormal and tangential stresses on an inclined plane for biaxial stresses 3 Two perpendicular normal stresses accompanied by a state of simple shear 3 8ohr#s circle of stresses 3 Principal stresses and strains 3 Analytical and graphical solutions 3 <arious Theories of failures li"e 8aximum Principal stress theory 3 8aximum Principal strain theory 3 8aximum shear stress theory 3 8aximum strain energy theory 3 8aximum shear strain energy theory. )NIT +II T%IN CYLIND '$ : Thin seamless cylindrical shells 3 2erivation of formula for longitudinal and circumferential stresses 3 hoop! longitudinal and <olumetric strains 3 changes in dia! and volume of thin cylinders 3 Thin spherical shells. )NIT +III T%IC2 CYLIND '$ : Introduction )ame#s theory for thic" cylinders 3 2erivation of )ame#s formulae 3 distribution of hoop and radial stresses across thic"ness 3 design of thic" cylinders 3 compound cylinders 3 :ecessary difference of radii for shrin"age 3 Thic" spherical shells. T 1T B((2$: /. 8echanics of 8aterials 3 2r. ?. 9. Punmia! )axmi Publications. 0. *trength of 8aterials 3 ?. *. ?asavara-aiah! 5niversity Press! 'yderabad. ' 3 ' NC $ : /. 8echanics of *olid! by $erdinandp ?eer and others 3 Tata 8c.4rawhill Publications 0HHH. 0. *trength of 8aterials by *chaum#s out line series 3 8c. 4rawPhill International Editions. @. *trength of materials by +.A.+a-put! *.9hand > 9o! :ew 2elhi. B. *trength of 8aterials by A.+.?asu! 2hanpat +ai > 9o! :ai *arah! :ew 2elhi. C. *trength of 8aterials by ?havi Aatti. :ew Age Publications. D. *trength of 8aterials by +. *ubramanian! .xford 5niversity Press! :ew 2elhi

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)NIT I INT'(D)CTI(N: plane surveying! .b-ectives! Principles and classifications. 2istance measurement conventions and methodsL use of chain and tape )NIT II: C(<P-$$ -ND PL-IN T-BL $ '+IC : .bstacles in distance measurement! field related numerical problems in compass survey! e uipment and procedure for plain table field wor". )NIT III L + LIN# -ND C(NT()'IN#: 9oncept and Terminology! Temporary and permanent ad-ustments& method of leveling. 9haracteristics and 5ses of contours& methods of conducting contour surveys and their plotting. )NIT I+ C(<P)T-TI(N (3 -' -$ -ND +(L)< $: Area from field notes! computation of areas along irregular boundaries and area consisting of regular boundaries. Emban"ments and cutting for a level section and two level sections! determination of the capacity of reservoir! volume of barrow pits. )NIT - + T% (D(LIT : Theodolite! description! uses and ad-ustments 3 temporary and permanent! measurement of hori(ontal and vertical angles. Principles of Electronic Theodolite. ! Traversing!Electronic 2istance measurement(E28). )NIT +I T-C% (< T'IC $)'+ YIN#: Trigonometric leveling ! *tadia and tangential methods of Tacheometry. 2istance and Elevation formulae for *taff vertical position. )NIT +II Cur8es: Types of curves! design and setting out 3 simple ! compound and vertical curves. )NIT - +III INDT'(D)CTI(N T( -D+-NC D $)'+ YIN# : Introduction to geodetic surveying! Total *tation and 4lobal positioning system! Introduction to 4eographic information system (4I*). T 1T B((2$: /. V*urveying (<ol 3 /! 0 > @)! by ?.9.Punmia! Asho" Aumar 7ain and Arun Aumar 7ain & )axmi Publications (P) ltd.! :ew 2elhi 0 .2uggal * A! V*urveying (<ol 3 / > 0)! Tata 8c.4raw 'ill Publishing 9o. )td. :ew 2elhi! 0HHB. @. Text boo" of surveying by 9.<en"ataramaiah! 5nversiities Press ' 3 ' NC $: /. Arthur + ?enton and Philip 7 Taety! Elements of Plane *urying! 8c4raw 'ill 3 0HHH 0. Arora A + V*urveying <ol /! 0 > @)! *tandard ?oo" 'ouse! 2elhi! 0HHB @. 9handra A 8! VPlane *urveyingW! :ew age International Pvt. )td.! Publishers! :ew 2elhi! 0HH0. B. 9handra A 8! V'igher *urveyingW! :ew age International Pvt. )td.! Publishers! :ew 2elhi! 0HH0. C. *urveying and levelling by +. *ubramanian! .xford university press! :ew 2elhi

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3L)ID < C%-NIC$ )NIT I INT'(D)CTI(N : 2imensions and units 3 Physical properties of fluids specific gravity! viscosity! surface tension! vapor pressure and their influences on fluid motion pressure at a point! Pascal#s law! 'ydrostatic law & atmospheric! gauge and vacuum pressure& measurement of pressure. Pressure gauges! 8anometers6 differential and 8icro 8anometers. )NTI II %YD'($T-TIC 3('C $ : 'ydrostatic forces on submerged plane! 'ori(ontal! <ertical! inclined and curved surfaces 3 9enter of pressure. 2erivations and problems. )NTI III 3L)ID 2IN <-TIC$ : 2escription of fluid flow! *tream line! path line and strea" lines and stream tube. 9lassification of flows 6 *teady! unsteady! uniform! non&uniform! laminar! turbulent! rotational and irrotational flows 3 E uation of continuity for one! two ! three dimensional flows 3 stream and velocity potential functions! flownet analysis. )NIT I+ 3L)ID DYN-<IC$: *urface and body forces 3 Euler#s and ?ernoulli#s e uations for flow along a stream line for @&2 flow! (:avier 3 sto"es e uations (Explanationary) 8omentum e uation and its application 3 forces on pipe bend. )NIT + B()ND-'Y L-Y ' T% ('Y : Approximate *olutions of :avier *to"e#s E uations 3 ?oundary layer 3 concepts! Prandtl contribution! 9haracteristics of boundary layer along a thin flat plate! <on"armen momentum integral e uation! laminar and turbulent ?oundary layers (no deviation)! ?) in transition! separation of ?)! control of ?)! flow around submerged ob-ects&2rag and )ift& 8agnus effect. )NIT +I L-<IN-' > T)'B)L NT 3L(0$ : +eynold#s experiment 3 9haracteristics of )aminar > Turbulent flows. $low between parallel plates! $low through long tubes! flow through inclined tubes. )NIT - +II CL($ D C(ND)IT 3L(0: )aws of $luid friction 3 2arcy#s e uation! 8inor losses 3 pipes in series 3 pipes in parallel 3 Total energy line and hydraulic gradient line. Pipe networ" problems! variation of friction factor with +eynold#s number 3 8oody#s 9hart.

)NIT +III < -$)' < NT (3 3L(0 6 Pitot tube! <enturi meter and orifice meter 3 classification of orifices! flow over rectangular! triangular and trape(oidal and *tepped notches & 3?road crested weirs. T 1T B((2$: /. $luid 8echanics by 8odi and *eth! *tandard boo" house. 0. Introduction to $luid 8achines by *.A.*om > 4.?iswas (Tata 8c.4rawhill publishers Pvt. )td.) @. Introduction to $luid 8achines by Edward 7. *haughnessy! 7r! Ira 8. Aat( and 7ames P. *chaffer ! .xford 5niversity Press! :ew 2elhi ' 3 ' NC $: /. $luid 8echanics by 7.$.2ouglas! 7.8. 4asere" and 7.A.*waffirld ()ongman) 0. $luid 8echanics by $ran".8. ,hite (Tata 8c.4rawhill Pvt. )td.) @. $luid 8ehanics by A.A. 8ohanty! Prentice 'all of India Pvt. )td.! :ew 2elhi B. A text of $luid mechanics and hydraulic machines by 2r. +.A. ?ansal & )axmi Publications (P) ltd.! :ew 2elhi. C. $luid 8echanics and 8achinery by 2. +amdurgaia :ew Age Publications.

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<-N-# 'I-L C(N(<IC$ -ND 3IN-NCI-L -N-LY$I$ )nit I Introduction to <anagerial cono;ics: 2efinition! :ature and *cope of 8anagerial Economics32emand Analysis6 2emand 2eterminants! )aw of 2emand and its exceptions. )nit II (lasti%ity o# Demand6 2efinition! Types! 8easurement and *ignificance of Elasticity of 2emand. 2emand $orecasting! $actors governing demand forecasting! methods of demand forecasting (survey methods! statistical methods! expert opinion method! test mar"eting! controlled experiments! -udgmental approach to demand forecasting) )nit III Theory o= Production and Cost -nalysis 6 Production $unction 3 Iso uants and Isocosts! 8+T*! )east 9ost 9ombination of Inputs! 9obb&2ouglas Production function! )aws of +eturns! Internal and External Economies of *cale. Cost -nalysis: 9ost concepts! .pportunity cost! $ixed vs. <ariable costs! Explicit costs <s. Implicit costs! .ut of poc"et costs vs. Imputed costs. ?rea"&even Analysis (?EA)&2etermination of ?rea"&Even Point (simple problems)& 8anagerial *ignificance and limitations of ?EA. )nit I+ Introduction to <ar.ets > Pricing Policies: <ar.et structures: Types of competition! $eatures of Perfect competition! 8onopoly and 8onopolistic 9ompetition. Price&.utput 2etermination in case of Perfect 9ompetition and 8onopoly. (57ecti8es and Policies o= Pricing& <ethods o= Pricing: 9ost Plus Pricing! 8arginal 9ost Pricing! *ealed ?id Pricing! 4oing +ate Pricing! )imit Pricing! 8ar"et *"imming Pricing! Penetration Pricing! Two&Part Pricing! ?loc" Pricing! ?undling Pricing! Pea" )oad Pricing! 9ross *ubsidi(ation. )nit + Business > New cono;ic n8iron;ent 6 9haracteristic features of ?usiness! $eatures and evaluation of *ole Proprietorship! Partnership! 7oint *toc" 9ompany! Public Enterprises and their types! 9hanging ?usiness Environment in Post& liberali(ation scenario. )nit +I Ca/ital and Ca/ital Budgeting6 9apital and its significance! Types of 9apital! Estimation of $ixed and ,or"ing capital re uirements! 8ethods and sources of raising finance. :ature and scope of capital budgeting! features of capital budgeting proposals! 8ethods of 9apital ?udgeting6 Paybac" 8ethod! Accounting +ate of +eturn (A++) and :et Present <alue 8ethod (simple problems) )nit +II Introduction to 3inancial -ccounting: 2ouble&Entry ?oo" Aeeping! 7ournal! )edger! Trial ?alance& $inal Accounts (Trading Account! Profit and )oss Account and ?alance *heet with simple ad-ustments). )nit +III 3inancial -nalysis through ratios: 9omputation! Analysis and Interpretation of )i uidity +atios (9urrent +atio and uic" ratio)! Activity +atios (Inventory turnover ratio and 2ebtor Turnover ratio)! 9apital structure +atios (2ebt& E uity ratio! Interest 9overage ratio)! and Profitability ratios (4ross Profit +atio! :et Profit ratio! .perating Profit +atio! P%E +atio and EP*). T 1T B((2$: /. Aryasri6 8anagerial Economics and $inancial Analysis! T8'! 0HHG. 0. <arshney > 8aheswari6 8anagerial Economics! *ultan 9hand! 0HHG. ' 3 ' NC $: /. +aghunatha +eddy > :arasimhachary6 8anagerial Economics> $inancial Analysis! *citech! 0HHF. 0. Ambrish 4upta! $inancial Accounting for 8anagement! Pearson Education! :ew 2elhi! 0HHG @. '. 9raig Peterson > ,. 9ris )ewis! 8anagerial Economics! P'I! 0HHG. B. *uma 2amodaran! 8anagerial Economics! .xford 5niversity Press! 0HHG. C. )ipsey > 9hrystel! Economics! .xford 5niversity Press! 0HHG. D. 2omnic" *alvatore6 8anagerial Economics In a 4lobal Economy! Bth Edition! Thomson! 0HHG. E. :arayanaswamy6 $inancial AccountingXA 8anagerial Perspective! P'I! 0HHF. F. *.:.8aheswari > *.A. 8aheswari! $inancial Accounting! <i"as! 0HHF. G. Truet and Truet6 8anagerial Economics6Analysis! Problems and 9ases! ,iley! 0HHG. /H. 2wivedi68anagerial Economics! <i"as! 0HHG. PrereAuisites: :il (57ecti8e: To explain the basic principles of managerial economics! accounting and current business environment underlying business decision ma"ing. Codes/Ta5les: Present <alue Tables need to be permitted into the examinations 'all. Cuestion Pa/er Pattern: C Muestions to be answered out of F uestions. Each uestion should not have more than @ bits.

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II Year B.Tech. C. . I $e; L G T/P/D -/,/C ! $)'+ YIN# L-B I LI$T (3 1 'CI$ $ : /. *urvey of an area by chain survey (closed traverse) > Plotting 0. 9haining across obstacles @. 2etermination of distance between two inaccessible points with compass. B. *urveying of a given area by prismatic compass (closed traverse) and plotting after ad-ustment. C. +adiation method! intersection methods by plane Table survey D. Two point and three point problems in plane table survey E. Traversing by plane table survey F. $ly leveling (differential leveling) G. An exercise of ).* and 9.* and plotting /H. Two exercises on contouring. List o= <a7or Aui/;ent: /. 9hains! tapes! +anging rods! cross staff! arrows 0. 9ompasses and Tripods! .ptical s uare. @. Plane tables! Alidade! Plumbing for"! trough compasses B. )eveling instruments and leveling staves C. ?ox sextants! planimeter.

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$T' N#T% (3 <-T 'I-L$ L-B /. Tension test 0. ?ending test on (*teel % ,ood) 9antilever beam. @. ?ending test on simple support beam. B. Torsion test C. 'ardness test D. *pring test E. 9ompression test on wood or concrete F. Impact test G. *hear test /H. <erification of 8axwell#s +eciprocal theorem on beams. //. 5se of electrical resistance strain gauges /0. 9ontinuous beam 3 deflection test. List o= <a7or Aui/;ent: /. 5T8 for conducting tension test on rods 0. *teel beam for flexure test @. ,ooden beam for flexure test B. Torsion testing machine C. ?rinnell#s % +oc" well#s hardness testing machine D. *pring testing machine E. 9ompression testing machine F. I(od Impact machine G. *hear testing machine /H. ?eam setup for 8axwell#s theorem verification. //. 9ontinuous beam setup /0. Electrical +esistance gauges.

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)NIT-I : Pro5a5ility: *ample space and events 3 Probability 3 The axioms of probability 3 *ome Elementary theorems & 9onditional probability 3 ?aye#s theorem! +andom variables 3 2iscrete and continuous. )NIT-II: Distri5utions ?inomial ! Poisson > normal distributions related properties . *ampling distributions 3*ampling distribution of means ( and 5n"nown)

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)NIT-III: Testing o= %y/othesis I Tests of hypothesis point estimations 3 interval estimations ?ayesian estimation. )arge samples! :ull hypothesis 3 Alternate hypothesis type I! > type II errors 3 critical region confidential interval for mean testing of single variance. 2ifference between the mean. )NIT-I+ : Testing o= %y/othesis II 9onfidential interval for the proportions. Tests of hypothesis for the proportions single and difference between the proportions. )NIT-+: $;all sa;/les 9onfidence interval for the t& distribution 3 Tests of hypothesis 3 'ypothesis. t& distributions! $& distributions

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)NIT-+I: Correlation > 'egression 9oefficient of correlation 3 +egression 9oefficient 3 The lines of regression 3 The ran" correlation )NIT-+II: Cueuing Theory Arrival Theorem & Pure ?irth process and 2eath Process 8%8%/ 8odel . 8AT)A?%+ Introduction. )NIT-+III: $tochastic /rocesses Introduction to *tochastic Processes 3 8ar"ov process classification of states 3 Examples of 8ar"ov 9hains! *tochastic 8atrix! limiting probabilities. T 1T B((2$: /. Probability > *tatistics by T.A.<.Iyengar > ?.Arishna 4andhi > .thers! *.9hand. 0. Engineering 8athematics ?y ?.<.+amana! Tata 8c.4rawhill Publications @. Introduction to 8AT)A? by +udra4upta ' 3 ' NC $: /. 'igher Engineering 8athematics by ?.*. 4rewal! Ahanna Publications. 0. Advanced Probability and *tatistics by *.9.4upta and <.A.Aapoor @. 'igher Engineering 8athematics by 7ain > *.A.+. Iyengar! :arasa Publications. B. A first course in Probability > *tatistics by ?.).*. Pra"asa +ao! ,orld *cientific. C. Probability > *tatistics for Engineers! 8iller and 7ohn E. $reund! Prentice 'all of India. D. Probability > *tatistics by 2.A. 8urugesan > P.4uru *wamy! Anuradha Publications. E. Probability > *tatistics for Engineers by 4.*.*.?hisma +ao! *citech Publications. .

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)NIT I T('$I(N (3 CI'C)L-' $%-3T$ : Theory of pure torsion 3 2erivation of Torsion e uations 6 T%7 J %r J :Y%) 3 Assumptions made in the theory of pure torsion 3 Torsional moment of resistance 3 Polar section modulus 3 Power transmitted by shafts 3 9ombined bending and torsion and end thrust 3 2esign of shafts according to theories of failure. $P'IN#$ Introduction 3 Types of springs 3 deflection of close and open coiled helical springs under axial pull and axial couple 3 springs in series and parallel 3 9arriage or leaf springs. )NIT II C(L)<N$ -ND $T')T$ : Introduction 3 Types of columns 3 *hort! medium and long columns 3 Axially loaded compression members 3 9rushing load 3 Euler#s theorem for long columns& assumptions& derivation of Euler#s critical load formulae for various end conditions 3 E uivalent length of a column 3 slenderness ratio 3 Euler#s critical stress 3 )imitations of Euler#s theory 3 +an"ine 3 4ordon formula 3 )ong columns sub-ected to eccentric loading 3 *ecant formula 3 Empirical formulae 3 *traight line formula 3 Prof. Perry#s formula. )NIT - III B -< C(L)<N$ : )aterally loaded struts 3 sub-ected to uniformly distributed and concentrated loads 3 8aximum ?.8. and stress due to transverse and lateral loading. )NIT I+ DI' CT -ND B NDIN# $T' $$ $ : *tresses under the combined action of direct loading and bending moment! core of a section 3 determination of stresses in the case of chimneys! retaining walls and dams 3 conditions for stability 3 stresses due to direct loading and bending moment about both axis. )NIT + )N$Y< T'IC-L B NDIN# : Introduction 3 9entroidal principal axes of section 3 4raphical method for locating principal axes 3 8oments of inertia referred to any set of rectangular axes 3 *tresses in beams sub-ected to unsymmetrical bending 3 Principal axes 3 +esolution of bending moment into two rectangular axes through the centroid 3 )ocation of neutral axis & 2eflection of beams under unsymmetrical bending. )NIT +I B -<$ C)'+ D IN PL-N: Introduction 3 circular beams loaded uniformly and supported on symmetrically placed 9olumns 3 *emi&circular beam simply& supported on three e ually spaced supports. )NIT - +II P'(PP D C-NTIL + '$ : Analysis of propped cantilevers&shear force and bending moment diagrams&2eflection of propped cantilevers. 3I1 D B -<$ 3 Introduction to statically indeterminate beams with uniformly distributed load! central point load! eccentric point load! number of point loads! uniformly varying load! couple and combination of loads & *hear force and ?ending moment diagrams& 2eflection of fixed beams effect of sin"ing of support! effect of rotation of a support. )NIT - +III C(NTIN)()$ B -<$ : Introduction&9lapeyron#s theorem of three moments& Analysis of continuous beams with constant moment of inertia with one or both ends fixed&continuous beams with overhang! continuous beams with different moment of inertia for different spans&Effects of sin"ing of supports&shear force and ?ending moment diagrams. T 1T B((2$: /. A Text boo" of *trength of materials by +.A.?ansal 3)axmi Publications (P) ltd.! :ew 2elhi 0. *trength of materials by ?asavara-aiah and 8ahadevappa! 5niversity press @. *trength of 8aterials by ?havi"atti! <i"as Publications ' 3 ' NC $: /. 8echanics of *olid! by $erdinandp ?eer and others 3 Tata 8c.4rawhill Publications 0HHH. 0. *trength of 8aterials by *. +ama"rishna and +.:arayan 3 2hanpat +ai publications. @. *trength of materials by +.A.+a-put! *.9hand > 9o! :ew 2elhi. B. *trength of 8aterials by A.+.?asu! 2hanpat +ai > 9o! :ai *arah! :ew 2elhi. C. *trength of 8aterials by ).*.*rinath et al.! 8acmillan India )td.! 2elhi.

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)NIT I (P N C%-NN L 3L(0: Types of flows & Type of channels 3 <elocity distribution 3 Energy and momentum correction factors 3 9he(y#s! 8anning#sL and ?a(in formulae for uniform flow 3 8ost Economical sections. 9ritical flow6 *pecific energy&critical depth 3 computation of critical depth 3 critical sub&critical and super critical flows. )NIT II (P N C%-NN L 3L(0 II: :on uniform flow&2ynamic e uation for 4.<.$.! 8ild! 9ritical! *teep! hori(ontal and adverse slopes& surface profiles&direct step method& +apidly varied flow! hydraulic -ump! energy dissipation. )NIT - III %YD'-)LIC $I<ILIT)D : 2imensional analysis&+ayleigh#s method and ?uc"ingham#s pi theorem&study of 'ydraulic models 3 4eometric! "inematic and dynamic similarities&dimensionless numbers 3 model and prototype relations. )NIT I+ B-$IC$ (3 T)'B( <-C%IN 'Y : 'ydrodynamic force of -ets on stationary and moving flat! inclined and curved vanes! -et stri"ing centrally and at tip! velocity triangles at inlet and outlet! expressions for wor" done and efficiency&Angular momentum principle! Applications to radial flow turbines. )NIT - + %YD'-)LIC T)'BIN $ I: )ayout of a typical 'ydropower installation 3 'eads and efficiencies&classification of turbines&pelton wheel&$rancis turbine&Aaplan turbine&wor"ing! wor"ing proportions! velocity diagram! wor" done and efficiency! hydraulic design! draft tube 3 theory and function efficiency. )NIT +I %YD'-)LIC T)'BIN $ II : 4overning of turbines&surge tan"s&unit and specific turbines&unit speed&unit uantity&unit power& specific speed performance characteristics&geometric similarity&cavitation. )NIT +II C NT'I3)#-L-P)<P$ : Pump installation details&classification&wor" done& 8anometric head&minimum starting speed&losses and efficiencies&specific speed multistage pumps&pumps in parallel& performance of pumps&characteristic curves& :P*'&cavitation. )NIT +III %YD'(P(0 ' N#IN 'IN#: 9lassification of 'ydropower plants 3 2efinition of terms 3 load factor! utili(ation factor! capacity factor! estimation of hydropower potential. T 1T B((2$: /..pen 9hannel flow by A!*ubramanya . Tata 8c.4rawhill Publishers. 0. $luid 8echanics! 'ydraulic and 'ydraulic 8achines by 8odi > *eth! *tandard boo" house. @. $luid 8echanics > $luid machines by :arayana pillai! 5niversities press. ' 3 ' NC $ : /. A text of $luid mechanics and hydraulic machines by 2r. +.A. ?ansal & )axmi Publications (P) ltd.! :ew 2elhi 0. Elements of .pen channel flow by +anga +a-u! Tata 8c.4raw 'ill! Publications. @. $luid mechanics and fluid machines by +a-put! *.9hand >9o. B. .pen 9hannel flow by <.T.9how! 8c.4raw 'ill boo" company. C. $luid 8echanics and 8achinery by 2. +amdurgaia :ew Age Publications.

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