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PART IV

DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES

Legend
AAOC
Bio
BIOT
CDC
CDP
CE
Che
Chem
CHI
CS/Comp/Comp Sc
DCOC
EA
Econ
ECE
EEE
EI
ES
ET
Engg

ENGL
Exptl Sc
Fin
FRE
GER
HSS
IS
ITEB
JAP
L
Math
MBA
Mech
MF
Min/Max
Mgts
MGSYS
MM
MPH
MST
P
PHIL
Pharm
Phy
RUS
SS
Sc.
T
TA
TOC
U

Analysis and Application Oriented Courses


Biological Sciences
Biotechnology
Compulsory Discipline Courses
Courses on Development Process
Civil Engineering
Chemical
Chemistry
Chinese
Computer Science
Discipline Courses other than Compulsory
Emerging Area
Economics
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Electronics & Instrumentation
Engineering Science
Engineering Technology
Engineering: Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical &
Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Electronics and Communication, Manufacturing,
Mechanical
English
Experimental Science: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Physics
Finance
French
German
Humanities and Social Sciences
Information Systems
Internet Technology and e-Bussiness
Japanese
Lecture hours per week
Mathematics
Master of Business Administration
Mechanical
Manufacturing Engineering
Indicates minimum/maximum number of units specified in a course or semester programme
Management
Management Systems
Manufacturing Management
Master in Public Health
Material Science and Technology
Practical, Seminar & Project, etc. hours per week
Philosophy
Pharmacy
Physics
Russian
Software Systems
Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics
Suffixed to a course number indicates that a non-letter grade will be awarded in such a course
Technical Arts
Technique Oriented Courses
Number of units associated to a course

Course descriptions are available at: www.bits-pilani.ac.in/courses/fs_coursedescriptions.html

As part of BITS Vision 2020 Mission 2012


project, the curriculum of BITS, Pilani was
benchmarked against top Universities in the
world. Consequently the curriculum has
undergone a strategic redesign that will be
applicable for students admitted from August
2011 onwards. This part (Part IV) of the bulletin
describes two different curriculum schemes one
for continuing students (pages IV-1 to IV-26) and
one for new students i.e. those who are admitted
August 2011 onwards (pages IV-27 onwards).

(I) STRUCTURE OF THE INTEGRATED


FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES OF
STUDENTS ADMITTED 2010 OR EARLIER
GROUP A, B AND C PROGRAMMES (More
specifically B.E. (Hons.): Biotechnology,
Chemical,
Civil,
Computer
Science,
Electronics & Communication, Electrical &
Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation,
Manufacturing, Mechanical, B.Pharm. (Hons.)
in Group A,
M.Sc. (Hons.) : Biological
Sciences,
Chemistry,
Economics,
Mathematics, Physics in Group B and M.Sc.
(Tech.):
General
Studies,
Engineering
Technology, Information Systems, Finance in
Group C).
The structure of these programmes has
sought to identify commonality amongst the
various programmes as
well
as
their
divergence. Broadly the structural requirements
are classified under various categories of courses
as given below.
The actual requirements for these degree
programmes are spelt out in terms of courses
belonging to different categories. The table on
page IV-8 gives these requirements in terms of
minimum and maximum number of units as well
as minimum and maximum number of courses of
each category for Group A, B and C programmes.
The semester-wise pattern for completing the
programme, is planned by a Senate appointed
Committee called Academic Regulations Clause
1.08 Committee and the current operative
semester-wise patterns are given in later sections.
While this has been planned in such a way that a
normal student will finish the programme in 8
semesters, the completion of the programme by a
student can be shorter or longer than this duration
because of the flexibilities. There may be cases

where, apart from the courses listed below,


certain remedial courses may be required in
which case the Dean, Instruction will design these
courses from time to time and report the same to
the Senate. The list of courses in the various
categories and other courses which are used for
making these programmes are given below.

(i)

Language and Literature

ENGL C261

Creative Writing

ENGL C262

Effective Speaking

ENGL C353

Effective Public Speaking

HINDI C201

Elementary Hindi

303

HINDI C211

Novel & Short Stories

303

HINDI C212

One Act Play & Drama

303

SANS C111 Sanskrit

303

In addition to the above, the following courses are


specially designed for Group C only which cannot
be taken by Group A & B students under any
circumstances.
ENGL C121
ENGL C122
ENGL C123
ENGL C221
ENGL C222
ENGL C231
ENGL C251
ENGL C252

(ii)

3
3
303
303
303
303
303
303

Core Science

BIO C111
BIO C211
BIO T216
BIO C241
CHEM C141
CHEM C142
CHEM C211
CHEM C222

IV-1

English Language Skills I


English Language Skills II
English Language Skills
Readings from Popular
Science Writings
Readings from Drama
Readings from Prose and
Poetry
Linguistics
Phonetics and Spoken
English

General Biology
Biological Chemistry
Introductory Molecular
Biology
Microbiology
Chemistry I
Chemistry II
Atomic and Molecular
Structure
Modern Analytical
Chemistry

303
303
303
233
303
303
303
303

CHEM C232 Chemistry of Organic


Compounds
PHA C211
Biological Chemistry
PHA C212
Pharmaceutical Analysis
PHA C241
Microbiology
PHY C131
Physics I (Mechanics,
Waves & Optics)
PHY C132
Physics II (Electricity,
Magnetism & Modern
Physics)
PHY C212
Classical Mechanics
PHY C221
Modern Physics

303
303
233
233
303
303

303
303

In addition to the above, the following courses are


specially designed for M.Sc. (Tech.) General
Studies programme which can be taken by
students of other programmes with prior
permission from appropriate authority.
BIO C111
CHEM C221
PHY C122
SCI C121
SCI C212
SCI C311

General Biology
General Chemistry
General Physics
Social Hygiene
Applied Nutrition
Agricultural Science

303
303
303
303
303
303

(iii) Core Mathematics


MATH C191
MATH C192

MATH C222
MATH C241

Mathematics I(Advanced
Calculus)
Mathematics II (Complex
Variables and Linear
Algebra)
Discrete Structures for
Computer Science
Mathematics III (Differential
Equations)

303
303

303
303

(iv) Technical Arts


TA C111
TA C112
TA C162
TA C211
TA C222
TA C231
TA C252

Engineering Graphics
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming I
Measurement
Techniques I
Measurement
Techniques II
Business Communication
Computer Programming II

244
244
303
042
164
303
3

TA C312

Technical Report Writing

(v) Engineering Science


CE C212
CE C241
CHE C213
CHE C221

Transport Phenomena I
Analysis of Structures
Fluid Flow Operations
Chemical Process
Calculations
ECE C272
Circuits & Signals
EEE C272
Circuits & Signals
ES C112
Thermodynamics
ES C221
Mechanics of Solids
ES C232
Transport Phenomena I
ES C241
Electrical Sciences I
ES C242
Structure and Properties of
Materials
ES C263
Microprocessors
Programming & Interfacing
ES C272
Electrical Sciences II
INSTR C272 Circuits & Signals
ME C211
Applied Thermodynamics
ME C212
Transport Phenomena I
MF C211
Applied Thermodynamics
MF C212
Transport Phenomena I
NA C211
Ocean Engineering
NA C212
Transport Phenomena I

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
324
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303

In addition to the above, the following courses are


specially designed for Group C only which cannot
be taken by Group A & B students under any
circumstances.
ENGG C111 Electrical and Electronics
Technology
ENGG C212 Introduction to Systems
ENGG C232 Engineering Materials
ENGG C241 Mechanical Technology
ENGG C242 Maintenance & Safety
ENGG C264 Fluid and Solid Mechanics
ENGG C272 Process Technology
ENGG C282 Industrial Engineering
Techniques
ENGG C291 Electronics and
Instrumentation
Technology

IV-2

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303

ES C233
ES C261

Logic in Computer Science


Digital Electronics and
Microprocessors

303
303

Probability and Statistics


Graphs & Networks
Optimisation
Data Processing
Operations Research
Control Systems
Systems
Numerical Analysis
Instrumental Methods of
Analysis
CHEM C391 Instrumental Methods of
Analysis
PHA C391
Instrumental Methods of
Analysis
PHY C391
Instrumental Methods of
Analysis

TOC C212
TOC C213
TOC C215
TOC C223
TOC C224
TOC C235
TOC C236

TOC C244
TOC C253

Book Keeping
Book Keeping &
Accountancy
Library Science
Civil Engineering Practice
Language Lab Practice
Comfort Conditioning and
Refrigeration
Corporate Taxation
Electrical and Electronics
Engineering Practice
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering Practice
Production and Processing
Computer Oriented
Problem Solving I

A. HSS Courses

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
4
4
4
4

In addition to the above, the following courses are


specially designed for Group C only which cannot
be taken by Groups A & B students under any
circumstances.
TOC C112
TOC C211

Computer Oriented
Problem Solving II

(vii) Humanities & Social Sciences (HSS)


and Other Courses

(vi) Analysis and Application Oriented


Courses
AAOC C111
AAOC C221
AAOC C222
AAOC C311
AAOC C312
AAOC C321
AAOC C322
AAOC C341
BIO C391

TOC C254

303
303
303
3
063
3
303
063
063

063
3

ECON C211 Fundamentals of Finance


and Accounting
ECON C212 Principles of Economics
HIST C112 Main Trends in Indian
History
HIST C211 Main Currents of Modern
History
HIST C212 Middle East History
HIST C213 Gulf History & Culture
HSS C231
Economic Legislation
HSS C232
Indian Financial Systems
HSS C241
Legal Environment of
Business
HSS C311
Taxation
HSS C312
Bureaucracy
HSS C313
Critical Analysis of
Literature and Cinema
HSS C314
Print and Audio-Visual
Advertising
HSS C321
Commercial Law
HUM C232 Indian Financial System
HUM C311 Journalism
HUM C312 Contemporary India
HUM C321 Appreciation of Indian
Music
HUM C322 Commercial Art
HUM C331 Appreciation of Art
HUM C332 Cinematic Art
HUM C341 Comparative Indian
Literature
HUM C342 Graphic Art
HUM C351 Public Administration
HUM C352 Painting
HUM C361 Accounting in Management
HUM C362 History of Mathematics
HUM C371 Linguistics

IV-3

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
3
303
303
3
303
3
303
3
303
3
303
303
303

HUM C372

Phonetics and Spoken


English
HUM C381 Musicology - An
Introduction
HUM C382 Sankara's Thoughts
HUM C383 Srimad Bhagavad Gita
HUM C411 Professional Ethics
HUM C412 Heritage of India
HUM C413 Indian Traditions of Science
and Technology
HUM C421 Comparative Religion
HUM C422 Aesthetics
HUM C431 Theatre Art-Acting and
Production
MGTS C211 Principles of Management
MGTS C233 Principles of Marketing for
Engineers
PHIL C211 Introductory Philosophy
PHIL C221 Symbolic Logic
POL C211
Indian National Movement
POL C212
Modern Political Concepts
POL C311
Gandhian Thoughts
POL C312
Marxian Thoughts
POL C321
International Relations
PSY C211
Introduction Psychology
PSY C311
Psychology of Human
Adjustment
SOC C211
Dynamics of Social Change

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303

BITS C217
BITS C218
BITS C224
BITS C313
BITS C314
BITS C320
BITS C321
BITS C323

Biology Project Laboratory


Introduction to Mass
Communication
Environment, Development
and Climate Change
Public Policy
Corporate Taxation
Lab. Oriented Project
Lab. Oriented Project
Managerial Skills
Legal and Economic
Environment of Business
Study Oriented Project

BITS C333
BITS C334
BITS C335
BITS C341
BITS C364

Study Oriented Project


Computer Projects
Culture and Significance of
Modern Mathematics
Project on Organisational
Aspects
Project on Organisational
Aspects
Computer Projects
Selected Computer
Languages
Human Computer
Interaction

3
3
303
3
3
3
3
303

303
303

BITS C372

Data Communications and


Networks

BITS C381

TIC Projects

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303

BITS C382

Reading Course

BITS C383

TIC Projects

BITS C385

Introduction to Gender
Studies

303

BITS C386

Quantum Information and


Computation

303

BITS C393

Current Affairs

303

BITS C394

303

303

BITS C396

Mass Media Content and


Design
Short Film and Video
Production
Reporting and Writing for
Media
Techniques in Social
Research
Creative Multimedia
Entrepreneurship
Software Engineering
Renewable Energy
Cryptography
Machine Learning
Bioethics and Biosafety
New Venture Creation
Financing Infrastructure
Projects
Management Information
Systems

B. Other Courses
BIO C231
BITS C214

BITS C324
BITS C331
BITS C332

BITS C395

BITS C397
3
303
303
303
303
3
3
2*
4*
3

BITS C398
BITS C432
BITS C461
BITS C462
BITS C463
BITS C464
BITS C467
BITS C468
BITS C469
BITS C471

IV-4

303

303
303
303
223
303
3
303
303
303
303
303
303
303

BITS C472
BITS C473

e-Business
Nonlinear Dynamics and
Chaos
BITS C474 Rural Infrastructure
Planning
BITS C481 Computer Networks
BITS C482 Creating and Leading
Entrepreneurial
Organizations
BITS C483 Indian Wisdom for Modern
Management
BITS C484 Introduction to Conflict
Management
BITS C485 Marketing Audit
BITS C486 Product & Brand
Management
BITS C487 Global Business,
Technology & Knowledge
Sharing
BITS C488 Services Management
Systems
BITS C489 Enterprise Resource
Planning
BITS C493 Business Analysis and
Valuation
BITS C494 Environmental Impact
Assessment
CHEM C212 Colloid and Surface
Chemistry
CHEM C231 Chemistry Project
Laboratory
MATH C231 Number Theory
PHA C213
Introduction to Physical
Pharmacy
PHY C231
Physics Project Laboratory
PHY C232
Computational Physics
PHY C241
Atmospheric Physics
PHY C242
Theory of Relativity

303
303
303
303
303

Agricultural Growth of India


Industrial Growth of India

CDP C231
CDP C313
CDP C323

Growth of Social Health in


India
Transport & Communication
Security Analysis &
Portfolio Management
Functions & Working of
Stock Exchanges
Contemporary India
Industrial Relations
Development Economics

303

CDP C332
CDP C364
CDP C371

303

(viii) Electives

303
303
303

303
303
303
314
303
3
303
213
3
303
303
303

The following Courses on Development Process


(CDP) are specially designed for Group C only
which cannot be taken by Groups A & B students
under any circumstances.
CDP C211
CDP C212

CDP C221

303
303

303
303
303
303
303
303
303

While Table on page IV-8 gives range of electives


for the construction of the semester-wise pattern
of the programme by the Clause 1.08 Committee,
the same Committee will specify the exact
number of electives required for each programme
(Refer the Semester-wise charts given in later
sections). Apart from the electives specified in
these charts, students will be allowed to register
normally four additional courses as electives. In
special cases Clause 1.08 Committee may relax
this upper limit on a case by case basis. Students
can choose electives from across the offerings of
all the courses which are not compulsory to his
programme subject to any restrictive conditions
described in this Bulletin and in the Academic
Regulations. Some of the other courses which
can be taken as electives are given below:
Emerging Area Courses
EA C342
EA C412
EA C413
EA C414
EA C415
EA C416
EA C417
EA C422
EA C441
EA C442

IV-5

Computer Aided Design


Flexible Manufacturing
Systems
Intelligent Manufacturing
System
Introduction to
Bioinformatics
Introduction to MEMS
Introduction to Nanoscience
Microfluidics and Its
Application
Fibre Optics and
Optoelectronics
Robotics
Remote Sensing and Image
Processing

3
324
303
303
4
303
4*
3
3
3

EA C443

Image Processing

303

EA C451

Internetworking
Technologies

303

EA C452

Mobile Telecommunication
Networks

303

EA C461

Artificial Intelligence

EA C462

Superconductivity Theory
and Applications

303

EA C463

Neural Networks and


Applications

303

EA C471

Pattern Recognition

EA C472

Photovoltaic Devices

303

EA C473

Multimedia Computing

303

EA C474

Retail Management Systems 3 0 3

EA C475

Financial Engineering

303

EA C476

Power Apparatus and


Networks

303

EA C477

Foundations of
Nanomechanics

303

EA C481

Expert Systems

EA C482

Fuzzy Logic and Applications 3 0 3

While each programme has a unique number of


courses under the 'elective' category, the option
embedded in the range shown against each
category in the category-wise chart may not be
mistaken to be an 'elective'. Thus each student is
required to take courses within the range of
minimum to maximum from the uniquely Core
courses in each category. The list is not openended and is also not negotiable. For fulfilling the
elective category, theoretically speaking, a
student can choose any course listed in this
Bulletin if that course is not a Core compulsory
course of his/her programme, provided he/she
fulfils the prerequisite and the prior preparation
requirements and any other restrictive condition.
Apart from the courses described here, a student
can also take courses of the higher degree
programmes as electives subject to any prerequisite and other restrictions.
A wise choice within the range prescribed in each
category supplemented by planned deployment of
the electives can prepare an individual student for
a multi-faceted professional aspiration.

Few electives given below are available for all A,


B and C group programmes and their units may
be one or two depending upon the nature and the
duration of the course:
BITS C211

Introduction to IPR

BITS C212

Introduction to Human
Rights

BITS C213

Introduction to
Environmental Studies

BITS C318

Workshop on Film
Production

BITS C319

Negotiation Skills and


Techniques

202

(ix) Audit Type Courses


These courses are not part of any programme.
They are available on audit only. The registration
in these courses is permitted after payment of due
fees in addition to the semester fees. The
available audit type courses normally are as
follows.
BITS N101T

Physical fitness and


Wellness

CHI N101T

Beginning Chinese

1
303

FRE N101T Beginning French

303

FRE N102T Technical French

303

GER N101T Beginning German

303

GER N102T Technical German

303

JAP N101T Beginning Japanese

303

MUSIC N103T Indian Classical Music

3*

(Vocal) I
MUSIC N104T Indian Classical Music

3*

(Vocal) II
MUSIC N203T Indian Classical Music

3*

(Vocal) III
MUSIC N204T Indian Classical Music

3*

(Vocal) IV
MUSIC N113T Indian Classical Music

3*

(Instrumental) I
MUSIC N114T Indian Classical Music

3*

(Instrumental) II
MUSIC N213T Indian Classical Music

(Instrumental) III

IV-6

3*

MUSIC N214T Indian Classical Music

3*

(Instrumental) IV
MUSIC N303T Advanced Indian Music

Practice (Vocal)
MUSIC N313T Advanced Indian Music

Practice (Instrumental)
For a student with advanced standing or on
transfer, the number of courses to be done in
each category will be decided anywhere in the
range depending on the estimate of courses
he/she has done before the point of admission
with advanced standing or transfer.
The above is the general guideline, but it must be
remembered that each student or a category of
students will be given a complete semester-wise
pattern for the duration of the programme as is
illustrated by the type of semester-wise patterns
presented in this Bulletin.

Special features of Group C Programmes


The semester-wise patterns for M.Sc. (Tech.)
Information Systems, M.Sc.(Tech.) Engineering
Technology and M.Sc.(Tech.) Finance are
designed in such a way that the first year is
common with A and B groups. This allows the
students of these programmes to benefit in terms
of saving time if they are allowed to exercise their
options for any of the flexibilities of seeking for a
transfer or dual degree into Group A or B. The

course structure for M.Sc.(Tech.) General studies


is designed in such a way that a student admitted
to this programme will be taking humanities
courses as well as certain general science and
technology courses. The set of first year courses
of this programme is therefore different from those
of other M.Sc.(Tech.) programmes. (see the
semester-wise pattern later in this section).
But the structure of Group C programmes permits
the possibility of an individual student, to combine
in his/her programme specially in the categories
of core mathematics and core science courses, a
combination of courses which require high
dependence on mathematics and analysis or
science courses which are more narrative and
integrated at the conceptual plane. In view of this,
students admitted to M.Sc.(Tech.) Information
Systems, M.Sc.(Tech.) Engineering technology
and M.Sc.(Tech.) Finance programmes will be
given an opportunity to choose the first year
courses mentioned against M.Sc.(Tech.) General
studies programme, instead of the first year
courses mentioned in their semester-wise
patterns. This will allow the student to have an
understanding
of
modern
science
and
mathematics, their methodology and their
conceptual approach without the necessity of
rigorous
training
in
the
mathematical
understanding and manipulation. However, such
an option can be exercised only with prior
permission from appropriate authority.

IV-7

Category wise Structure of Groups A, B & C Programmess students who have been
admitted in 2010 or earlier

Programme
Category

A, B, C Programmes
Except M.Sc. (Tech.) General Studies

M.Sc. (Tech.) General Studies

No. of Units
Required

No. of Courses
Required

No. of Units
Required

No. of Courses
Required

Language and Literature

0-15

0-5

0-15

0-5

Core Science

8-23

3-7

8-23

3-7

Core Mathematics

6-12

2-4

6-15

2-5

Technical Arts

12-26

4-8

12-21

4-7

Engg. Science

6-24

2-8

6-21

2-7

AAOC

8-24

3-8

9-27

3-9

HSS & Other Courses

3-33

1-10

9-45

3-15

CDC

15-40

6-10

Elective

12-40

5-10

12-40

5-10

125 (Min.)

42 (Min.)

125 (Min.)

42 (Min.)

25
OR
16

2
OR
2

25
OR
16

2
OR
2

140 (Min)

44 (Min.)

140 (Min.)

44 (Min.)

Sub Total
PS I & II
OR
Thesis & Seminar
Total

IV-8

Pattern 1
Year
BIO
CHEM
ES
I
MATH
PHY
TA
ES
MATH
TA
BIO
BIO
ECON

Semester-wise Pattern for Students Admitted to Group A and Group B Admitted in First Semester
Second Semester
First Semester
C111 General Biology
AAOC
C111 Probability and Statistics
C141 Chemistry I
CHEM
C142 Chemistry II
C112 Thermodynamics
MATH
C192 Mathematics II
C191 Mathematics I
PHY
C132 Physics II
C131 Physics I
TA
C112 Workshop Practice
C111 Engineering Graphics
TA
C162 Computer Programming I
C241 Electrical Sciences I
C242 Structure and Properties of Materials
ES
C241 Mathematics III
ES
C272 Electrical sciences II
C252 Computer Programming II
CE
C212 Transport Phenomena I
C211 Biological Chemistry (for Bio, BIOT, Pharm)
ME
C212 (for Civil, Mech., MF)
C241 Microbiology (for Bio, BIOT)
MF
C212
C212 Principles of Economics (for Econ,
CHE
C213 Fluid Flow Operations (for Che)
Pharm)
CE
C241 Analysis of Structures (for Civil)
ES
C221 Mechanics of Solids (for Engg)
CHE
C221 Chemical Process Calculations (for Che)
MGTS
C211 Principles of Management (Exptl Sc,
CHEM
C211 Atomic & Molecular Structures (for Chem)
Math, BIOT, Che, MF)
CHEM
C232 Chemistry of Organic Compounds
PHA
C241 Microbiology (for Pharm)
(for Chem, Pharm)
PHY
C221 Modern Physics (for Phy)
ECON
C211 Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting
SOC
C211 Dynamics of Social Change (for Econ)
(for Econ)
TA
C211 Measurement Techniques I (for Econ,
EEE
C272
Engg, Exptl Sc, Math, Pharm)
ECE
C272 Circuits & Signals (for EEE, ECE, EI)
II
TA
C312 Technical Report Writing (for Engg, except
INSTR C272
BIOT, Che, MF)
ES
C263 Microprocessor Programming &
Elective
1 (for Chem, Math)
Interfacing (for CS, EEE, ECE, EI)
MATH
C222 Discrete Structures for Computer Science
(for CS)
ME
C211
Applied Thermodynamics (for Mech, MF)
MF
C211
MGTS
C211 Principles of Management (for Econ,
Pharm, Engg except BIOT, Che, MF)
PHA
C212 Pharmaceutical Analysis (for Pharm)
TA
C222 Measurement Techniques II (for Econ,
Engg, Exptl Sc, Math)
TA
C312 Technical Report Writing (for Econ, BIOT,
Che, MF, Exptl Sc, Math, Pharm)
BIOT
C216 Introductory Molecular Biology (for BIOT)
Electives
2 (for Bio, Math, Phy)
Summer
BITS C221 Practice School I
(for PS Option Only)
Compulsory Discipline Courses*
Compulsory Discipline Courses*
AAOC C222 Optimisation
AAOC
C312 Operations Research
AAOC C221 Graphs and Networks (for Math)
AAOC
C321 Control Systems (for BIOT, Civil, Mech.,
AAOC C311 Data Processing (for Econ, Math)
MF, CS)
AAOC C321 Control Systems (for Che, EEE, ECE, EI)
AAOC
C341 Numerical Analysis (for Che, EEE, ECE, EI,
AAOC C341 Numerical Analysis (for BIOT, Civil, Mech.,
Exptl. Sc., Math)
III
MF, CS)
Elective
1 (for Econ, Pharm)
BIO
C391
CHEM C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis
PHA
C391 (for Exptl Sc, Pharm)
PHY
C391
\ PHY
C212 Classical Mechanics (for Phy)
Elective
1 (for Bio, Chem, Econ)
C412
BITS
Electives
Practice School II
5 (for Bio, Pharm.)
IV
OR
6 (for BIOT, Chem, Econ, Engg, Math, Phy)
C422T Thesis
BITS
BITS
C442T Seminar

Note : This is operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants
* These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to nine.
Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-9

Pattern 2
Year

Semester wise Pattern for Students Admitted to Group A and Group B Admitted in Second Semester
First Semester
Second Semester

II

III

C111
C141
C191
C131
C112
C162

General Biology
Chemistry I
Mathematics I
Physics I
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming I

AAOC
ES
MATH
MGTS
TA
Elective
ES
AAOC
AAOC
AAOC

C111
C242
C241
C211
C312

Probability and Statistics


Structure and Prop. of Materials
Mathematics III
Principles of Management
Technical Report Writing
1

C272
C312
C321
C341

BIOT
CE
ME
MF
CE
CHE
CHE
CHEM
CHEM

C216
C212
C212
C212
C241
C213
C221
C211
C232

Electrical Sciences II
Operations research
Control Systems (for Civil, Mech, MF, CS)
Numerical Analysis (for Che, EEE, ECE,
EI, Exptl Sc., Math)
Introductory Molecular Biology (for BIOT)

CHEM
ES
MATH
PHY
TA
TA

C142
C112
C192
C132
C111
C252

Chemistry II
Thermodynamics
Mathematics II
Physics II
Engineering Graphics
Computer Programming II

AAOC
ES
AAOC
BIO
BIO
PHA

C222
C241
C311
C211
C241
C241

Optimisation
Electrical Sciences I
Data Processing (for Math)
Biological Chemistry (for Bio, BIOT, Pharm)

ECON
ES
PHY
PHY
SOC
TA

C212
C221
C212
C221
C211
C211

Principles of Economics (for Econ, Pharm)


Mechanics of Solids (for Engg)
Classical mechanics (for Phy)
Modern Physics (for Phy)
Dynamics of Social Change (for Econ)
Measurement Techniques I (for Econ,
Engg, Exptl Sc, Math, Pharm)
1 (for Bio, Econ, Phy)
2 (for BIOT, Che, Chem, Civil, CS, EEE, ECE, EI, ECON
Math, Mech., MF)
EEE
ECE
INSTR
ES

Elective
Electives

Microbiology (for Bio, BIOT, Pharm)

Compulsory Discipline Courses*


AAOC C221 Graphs and Networks (for Math)
AAOC C311 Data Processing (for Econ)
AAOC C321 Control Systems (for Che, ECE, EEE, EI)
AAOC C341 Numerical Analysis (for BIOT, Civil, Mech.,
MF, CS)
BIO
C391
CHEM C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis (for Exptl Sc,
PHA
C391 BIOT, Pharm)
PHY
C391
Elective
1 (for Che, Civil, CS, EEE, ECE, EI, Mech,
MF, Pharm)
Electives
2 (for BIOT, Econ, Math, Exptl Sc)
BITS

V
BITS
BITS

C211
C272
C272
C272
C263

MATH

C222

ME
MF
PHA
TA

C211
C211
C212
C222

Elective
Electives
BITS C221 Practice School I
( For PS Option only)

Summer

IV

BIO
CHEM
MATH
PHY
TA
TA

Transport Phenomena I (for Civil, Mech, MF)


Analysis Structures (for Civil)
Fluid Flow Operations (for Che)
Chemical Process Calculations (for Che)
Atomic & Molecular Structures (for Chem)
Chemistry of Organic Compounds (for
Chem, Pharm)
Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting
(for Econ)
Circuits & Signals (for EEE, ECE, EI)
Microprocessor Programming & Interfacing
(for CS, EEE, ECE, EI)
Discrete Structures for Computer Science
(for CS)
Applied Thermodynamics (for Mech, MF)
Pharmaceutical Analysis (for Pharm)
Measurement Techniques II (for Econ, Engg,
Exptl Sc, Math)
1 (for BIOT, Chem)
2 (for Bio, Econ, Math, Pharm, Phy)

Compulsory Discipline Courses*


Electives
2

C412

Practice School II
OR
C422T Thesis
C442T Seminar

Note : This is operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
* These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to nine.
Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-10

Pattern 1

Semester-wise Pattern for Students Admitted to Group C


M.Sc. (Tech.) Engineering Technology, Information Systems, Finance admitted in First Semester

Year

II

First Semester
C141
C112
C111
C191
C131
C111

Chemistry I
Thermodynamics
General Biology
Mathematics I
Physics I
Engineering Graphics

AAOC
CHEM
MATH
PHY
TA
TA

C111
C142
C192
C132
C112
C162

Probability & Statistics


Chemistry II
Mathematics II
Physics II
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming I

ECON
ENGG
ENGG
ENGG
TA
TOC
TOC

C212
C111
C241
C264
C252
C213
C235

ENGG
ES

C212
C261

MGTS
TA
TOC

C211
C312
C223

AAOC
AAOC
ES

C221
C311
C233

Principles of Economics
Electrical and Electronics Technology
Mechanical Technology (for ET)
Fluid & Solid Mechanics (for ET)
Computer Programming II
Civil Engineering Practice (for ET)
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Practice (for ET,IS)
Graphs & Networks (for IS)
Data Processing (for Fin.)
Logic in Computer Science (for IS)

TOC
TOC
MATH

C244
C224
C222

Introduction to Systems
Digital Electronics and
Microprocessors (for ET, IS)
Principles of Management
Technical Report Writing
Comfort Conditioning & Refrigeration
(for ET)
Production & Processing (for ET)
Corporate Taxation (for Fin.)
Discrete Structures for Computer Science
(for IS)

BITS

C321

SOC
ECON

C211
C211

HUM
TA
MATH

C351
C231
C241

Legal and Economic Environment of


Business (for Fin.)
Public Administration (for Fin.)
Business Communication (for Fin.)
Mathematics III (for IS)

Compulsory Discipline Courses*

Compulsory Discipline Courses*

AAOC
ENGG
ENGG
CDP

AAOC
CDP
AAOC
BITS
CDP

C312
C364
C341
C471
C313

BITS

C412

Elective

IV

Dynamics of Social Change (for IS, Fin.)


Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting
(for Fin.)

BITS C221 Practice School I 5 Units


(for PS Option Only)

Summer

III

Second Semester

CHEM
ES
BIO
MATH
PHY
TA

Electives

C222
C232
C242
C323

Optimization
Engineering Materials (for ET)
Maintenance and Safety (for ET)
Functions and Working of Stock
Exchanges (for Fin.)
1 (for IS, Fin.)

Operations Research
Industrial Relations (for ET)
Numerical Analysis (for IS)
Management Information Systems (for Fin.)
Security Analysis and Portfolio
Management (for Fin.)

BITS

Practice School II
OR
C422T Thesis

BITS

C442T Seminar

Note : This is operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
*

These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to
nine. Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-11

Pattern 2

Semester-wise Pattern for Students Admitted to Group C


M.Sc. (Tech.) Engineering Technology, Information Systems, Finance admitted in Second Semester

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

II

III

Chemistry I
General Biology
Mathematics I
Physics I
Engineering Graphics
Computer Programming I

C142
C192
C112
C132
C112
C252

Chemistry II
Mathematics II
Thermodynamics
Physics II
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming II

ENGG
MGTS
TOC
AAOC
TA
ES
SOC
HUM
TOC
Elective

C212
C211
C244
C111
C312
C233
C211
C351
C224

Introduction to Systems
Principles of Management
Production & Processing (for ET)
Probability & Statistics
Technical Report Writing (for ET)
Logic in Computer Science (for IS)
Dynamics of Social Change (for IS, Fin.)
Public Administration (for Fin.)
Corporate Taxation (for Fin.)
1 (for ET, IS)

ECON
ENGG
ENGG
ENGG
TOC
TOC

C212
C241
C242
C264
C213
C235

AAOC
CDP
MATH
TOC

C312
C364
C222
C223

ES

C261

ENGG
AAOC
AAOC
BITS

C111
C221
C311
C321

Principles of Economics
Mechanical Technology (for ET)
Maintenance & Safety (for ET)
Fluid & Solid Mechanics (for ET)
Civil Engineering Practice (for ET)
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Practice (for ET, IS)
Electrical & Electronics Technology
Graphs & Networks (for IS)
Data Processing (for Fin.)
Legal and Economic Environment
of Business (for Fin.)
Business Communication (for Fin.)
Mathematics III (for IS)
1 (for IS, Fin.)

AAOC
TA
CDP

C341
C312
C313

Operations Research (for ET, Fin.)


Industrial Relations (for ET)
Discrete Structures for Computer Science (for IS)
Comfort Conditioning and Refrigeration
(for ET)
Digital Electronics and
Microprocessors (for ET, IS)
Numerical Analysis (for IS)
Technical Report Writing (for IS, Fin.)
Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
(for Fin)
Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting (for Fin.)
2 (for ET, IS, Fin)

Summer

ECON
C211
Electives

BITS C221 Practice School I 5 Units


(for PS Option only)

Compulsory Discipline Courses*


AAOC C222 Optimization
ENGG C232 Engineering Materials (for ET)
CDP
C323 Functions and Working of Stock
Exchanges (for Fin.)
Elective
1 (for ET, IS, Fin)
BITS

C141
C111
C191
C131
C111
C162

CHEM
MATH
ES
PHY
TA
TA

TA
C231
MATH C241
Elective

IV

CHEM
BIO
MATH
PHY
TA
TA

BITS
BITS

Compulsory Discipline Courses*


AAOC
C312
Operations Research ( for IS)
BITS
C471
Management Information Systems Exchanges
(for Fin.)
Elective
1 (for ET, IS)
Electives
2 (for Fin.)

C412

Practice School II
OR
C422T Thesis
C422T Seminar

Note: This is operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
*

These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to
nine. Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-12

Pattern 1

Semester-wise Pattern for Students Admitted to M.Sc. (Tech.) General Studies in First Semester

Year

II

First Semester
CHEM
ENGG

C221
C111

ENGL
MATH
PHY
TA

C123
C191
C122
C111

ECON
ENGG
TA
BITS
BITS

C212
C212
C252
C216
C217

CDP

C221

TA
TOC

C231
C215

General Chemistry
Electrical & Electronics
Technology
English Language Skills
Mathematics I
General Physics
Engineering Graphics

3
3

Summer

C111
C111
C192
C211
C112
C162

Probability & Statistics


General Biology
Mathematics II
Introductory Psychology
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming I

3
3
3
3
4
3

3
3
3
3
3

AAOC
MGTS
SOC
TA
BITS

C311
C211
C211
C312
C214

3
3
3
3
3

ENGL
PHIL
POL

C261
C221
C212

Data Processing
Principles of Management
Dynamics of Social Change
Technical Report Writing
Introduction to Mass
1
Communication
1
Creative Writing
2
Symbolic Logic
2
Modern Political Concepts

3
3
3
4

Principles of Economics
Introduction to Systems
Computer Programming II
Selected Readings
Environment, Development &
2
Climate Change
Growth of Social Health in
2
India
1
Business Communication
1
Language Lab Practice

Second Semester
AAOC
BIO
MATH
PSY
TA
TA

3
3

BITS C221 Practice School I

3
3
3

5 Units

(For PS Option Only)

III

AAOC
ENGL
BITS
BITS

C222
C353
C393
C394

BITS

C396

HSS

C313

BITS

C484

BITS

C487

CDP

C371

IV

Optimization
Effective Public Speaking
1
Current Affairs
Mass Media Content and
1
Design
Reporting and Writing for
1
Media
Critical Analysis of
1
Literature and Cinema
Introduction to Conflict
2
Management
Global Business,
Technology & Knowledge
2
Sharing
2
Development Economics
2
Elective

3
3
3
3

AAOC
CDP
HUM
BITS

C312
C332
C351
C385

Operation Research
Contemporary India
Public Administration
2
Introduction to Gender Studies

3
3
3
3

BITS

C395

Short Film & Video Production

HSS

C314

BITS

C397

Print & Audio Visual


1
Advertising
2
Techniques in Social Research
Elective

Elective(s) 6

18

Practice School II
OR
Thesis
Seminar

20

3
3
BITS

C412

BITS
BITS

C422T
C442T

15
1

Note: a.

The Units mentioned for Electives are minimum units and in actual cases they may be more, depending upon the nature
of the course.

b.

This is operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senateappointed committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.

c.

As there is no clearly defined set of so-called discipline courses in respect of the M.Sc. (Tech.) General Studies
Programme, the courses with superscript 1 mentioned in the above chart have been introduced for Communication and
Media Studies stream and the courses with superscript 2 have been introduced for Developmental Studies stream.
Courses with no superscript are common for both the streams.

IV-13

Pattern 2

Semesterwise Pattern for Students Admitted to Group C: M.Sc.(Tech.) General Studies in


Second Semester

Year

First Semester

II

III

CHEM
ENGG

C221
C111

ENGL
BITS
PHY

IV

Note :

C111
C111
C191
C211
C111
C162

Probability & Statistics


General Biology
Mathematics I
Introductory Psychology
Engineering Graphics
Computer Programming I

3
3
3
3
4
3

MATH
MGTS
SOC
TA
BITS

C192
C211
C211
C312
C214

Mathematics II
Principles of Management
Dynamics of Social Change
Technical Report Writing
Introduction to Mass
1
Communication
2
Symbolic Logic
Elective

3
3
3
3
3

C123
C216
C122

General Chemistry
Electrical & Electronics
Technology
English Language Skills
Selected Readings
General Physics

3
3
3

TA
TA

C112
C252

Workshop Practice
Computer Programming II

4
3

PHIL

C221

ECON
ENGG
BITS

C212
C212
C217

3
3
3

CDP
TA
TOC

C221
C231
C215

Principles of Economics
Introduction to Systems
Environment, Development &
2
Climate Change
2
Growth of Social Health in India
1
Business Communication
1
Language Lab Practice

CDP
HUM
AAOC
ENGL
POL

C332
C351
C311
C261
C212

Contemporary India
Public Administration
Data Processing
1
Creative Writing
2
Modern Political Concepts
Elective (2)

3
3
3
3
3
6

HSS

C313

CDP

C371

Critical Analysis of Literature and


1
Cinema
2
Development Economics
Elective

AAOC
BITS

C312
C395

3
3

HSS

C314

BITS
BITS

C385
C397

Operation Research
Short Film & Video
1
Production
Print & Audio Visual
1
Advertising
2
Introduction to Gender Studies
2
Techniques in Social Research
Electives(3)

Summer

3
3

Second Semester
AAOC
BIO
MATH
PSY
TA
TA

3
3
3

3
3

BITS C221 Practice School-I 5 Units


(for PS Option only)

AAOC
ENGL
BITS
BITS
BITS
BITS
BITS

C222
C353
C393
C394
C396
C484
C487

Optimization
Effective Public Speaking
1
Current Affairs
1
Mass Media Content and Design
1
Reporting and Writing for Media
2
Introduction to Conflict Management
Global Business, Technology &
2
Knowledge Sharing
2
Elective

BITS

C412

Practice School II

BITS
BITS

C422T
C442T

OR
Thesis
Seminar

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

3
3

a.

This is operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senateappointed committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.

b.

As there is no clearly defined set of so-called discipline courses in respect of the M.Sc. (Tech.) General Studies
Programme, the courses with superscript 1 mentioned in the above chart have been introduced for Communication and
Media Studies stream and the courses with superscript 2 have been introduced for Developmental Studies stream.
Courses with no superscript are common for both the streams.

IV-14

(x)

Specialized Discipline Courses

All the courses marked (#) are the courses


currently decided to be Compulsory Discipline
Courses (CDC) by the Clause 1.08 Committee. In
addition, one or two courses are required to be
taken compulsorily in some Disciplines from the
courses marked (*). The remaining courses will be
available as electives under the category
Discipline Courses Other than Compulsory
(DCOC).

Course No. Course Title

LPU

Biological Sciences
# BIO C312
# BIO C321
# BIO C322
# BIO C331
# BIO C332
# BIO C342
BIO C352
# BIO C411
BIO C412
BIO C413
BIO C416
BIO C417
BIO C418
BIO C419
BIO C421
BIO C431
BIO C441
BIO C451
BIO C461
BIO C491

Developmental Biology2
1
Cell Biology
2
Ecology
Biophysics1
2
Genetics
1
General Physiology
Cell and Tissue Culture
Technology
Laboratory2
Introduction to Bioinformatics
Molecular Biology of Cell
Immunology
Biomolecular Modeling
Genetic Engineering
Techniques
Molecular Evolution
Enzymology
Reproductive Physiology
Biochemical Engineering
Bioprocess Technology
Recombinant DNA
Technology
Special Projects

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
093
303
303
303
303
194
303
303
303
303
3
303
3

Biotechnology
1

# BIOT C332 Genetics


1
# BIOT C336 Cell Physiology
# BIOT C337 Industrial Microbiology &
1
Bioprocess Engineering
# BIOT C338 Introduction to Environmental
2
Biotechnology

303
303
234

# BIOT C339
BIOT C343
BIOT C344
BIOT C345
# BIOT C346
BIOT C413
BIOT C416
BIOT C417
# BIOT C418

Biophysical Chemistry
Genomics
Proteomics
Immunotechnology
Experiments in Biotechnology
Molecular Biology of Cell
Immunology
Biomolecular Modeling
Genetic Engineering
1
Techniques
# BIOT C461 Recombinant DNA
2
Technology
BIOT C491 Special Projects
EA C414
Introduction to Bioinformatics

303
303
303
303
093
303
303
303
194
303
3
303

Chemical Engineering
# CHE C311 Chemical Engineering
1
Thermodynamics
2
# CHE C312 Kinetics and Reactor Design
# CHE C322 Chemical Process
2
Technology
# CHE C351 Heat Transfer Operations1
2
# CHE C332 Process Design Decisions
1
# CHE C361 Mass Transfer Operations
CHE C411 Environnemental Pollution
Control
CHE C412 Process Equipment Design
CHE C413 Process Plant Safety
CHE C414 Transport Phenomena
CHE C421 Biochemical Engineering
CHE C422 Combustion Engineering
# CHE C431 Selected Chemical
1
Engineering Operations
CHE C432 Computer Aided Process
Plant Design
CHE C433 Corrosion Engineering
# CHE C441 Process Control 2
CHE C471 Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
CHE C473 Advanced Process Control
CHE C491 Special Projects

303
303
303
334
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
334
303
303
303
303
314
3

Chemistry
303

# CHEM C311 Chemical Kinetics

1 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in First Semester.


2 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in Second Semester.
IV-15

303

CHEM C312 Chemistry of


Nontransitional Elements
1
# CHEM C321 Chemical Thermodynamics
1
# CHEM C322 Quantum Chemistry
# CHEM C331 Structure and Reactivity of
1
Organic Compounds
2
# CHEM C332 Synthetic Organic Chemistry
* CHEM C341 Biophysical Chemistry
CHEM C342 Coordination Chemistry
* CHEM C351 Computational Chemistry
# CHEM C352 Bonding in Inorganic
2
Compounds
* CHEM C361 Polymer Chemistry
* CHEM C362 Chemistry of Inorganic
Compounds
2
# CHEM C411 Chemical Experimentation
CHEM C412 Photochemistry and Laser
Spectroscopy
CHEM C421 Theoretical Inorganic
Chemistry
* CHEM C422 Statistical Thermodynamics
* CHEM C431 Stereochemistry and
Reaction Mechanisms
CHEM C441 Biochemical Engineering
CHEM C451 Physical Pharmacy
CHEM C461 Nuclear & Radiochemistry
CHEM C491 Special Projects

303

CE C411
CE C412
CE C414

303
303
303

CE C415

303
303
303
334
303

CE C416

303
303

CE C419

093
303

CE C422
CE C432
CE C441

CE C417

CE C418

303

CE C461

303
303

CE C471
CE C491

303
233
303
3

# CE C342
# CE C361
# CE C371
# CE C381
# CE C383
# CE C391
# CE C392
CE C394

Construction Planning and


2
Technology
Water and Waste Water
2
Treatment
Soil Mechanics and
Foundation Engineering1
Hydraulics and Fluid
Mechanics1
1
Design of Steel Structures
Design of Concrete
2
Structures
2
Transportation Engineering
1
Geodesy
Green Buildings & Energy
Conservation

CS C313
CS C314
CS C321

303
324
324
324
303
324
324
324
303

303
303
303
303
324
303

303
303

303
303
303
303
303
3

Computer Science

Civil Engineering
# CE C322

Transportation Engineering
Disaster Management
Introduction to
Environmental Engineering
Design of Prestressed
Concrete Structures
Computer Application in
Civil Engineering
Applications of Artificial
Intelligence in Civil
Engineering
Introduction to Water
Resources Engineering
Geotechnical Earthquake
Engineering and Machine
Foundation
Design of Bridge Structures
Structural Dynamics
Design of Water Resources
Systems
Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
Introduction to Finite
Element Methods
Special Projects

# CS C342
#CS C351
#CS C352
#CS C362
#CS C363
#CS C372
#CS C391
CS C414

CS C415
1 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in First Semester.
2 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in Second Semester.
IV-16

Object Oriented
Programming and Design
Software Development for
Portable Devices
Computers and
Programming
Advanced Computer
2
Organization
1
Theory of Computation
2
Data Base Systems
Programming Languages &
2
Compiler Construction
Data Structures and
1
Algorithms
1
Operating Systems
Digital Electronics and
1
Computer Organization
Telecommunication
Switching Systems &
Networks
Data Mining

324
223
324
303
303
303
303
324
303
334
303

303

CS C422
CS C424
CS C441
CS C442
CS C444
CS C446
CS C451
CS C453
#CS C461
CS C471
CS C481
CS C491

Parallel Computing
Software for Embedded
Systems
Selected Topics from
Computer Science
Advanced Algorithms &
Complexity
Real-Time Systems
Data Storage Technologies
and Networks
Combinatorial Mathematics
Discrete Mathematical
Structures
2
Computer Networks
Computer Graphics
Graphical User Interfaces
Special Projects

303
303
3

303
303
303
303
303
303
223
303
3

Economics
1

#ECON C311 Microeconomics


1
#ECON C321 Macroeconomics
#ECON C322 Public Finance: Theory and
2
Practice
#ECON C341 Economics of Growth &
1
Planning
2
#ECON C342 Econometrics
#ECON C362 Money, Banking and
Financial Markets2
#ECON C372 International Trade and
Balance of Payments2
ECON C411 Project Appraisal
ECON C412 Security Analysis & Portfolio
Management
ECON C422 Functions & Working of
Stock Exchanges
ECON C431 Regional Economics
ECON C436 Strategic Financial
Management
ECON C451 Technology Forecasting
ECON C461 Analysis of Indian Economy
ECON C471 Resources and
Environmental Economics
ECON C481 Financial Management
ECON C491 Special Projects

303
303
303
303
303
303

Electrical & Electronics Engineering


CS C341
# EEE C364
# EEE C371
* EEE C374
# EEE C381
# EEE C383
# EEE C391
* EEE C414

EEE C415
EEE C416
EEE C417
EEE C418
EEE C422
EEE C423
#EEE C424
EEE C432
* EEE C433

303

EEE C441
* EEE C443

303
303

EEE C444
EEE C452

303

EEE C453

303
303

* EEE C461
EEE C462
EEE C471

303
303
303
303
3

EEE C472
EEE C491

Data Structures &


Algorithms
2
Analog Electronics
Electromechanical Energy
1
Conversion
Power Systems
Electronic Devices &
Integrated Circuits1
2

Communication Systems
Digital Electronics and
1
Computer Organization
Telecommunication
Switching Systems &
Networks
Digital Signal Processing
Digital Communication
Computer Based Control
Systems
Digital Systems
Modern Control Systems
Combinatorial Mathematics
1
Microelectronic Circuits
Medical Instrumentation
Electromagnetic Fields &
Waves
Television Engineering
Analog & Digital VLSI
Design
Real-Time Systems
Electromagnetic Fields &
Microwave Engineering
Discrete Mathematical
Structures
Power Electronics
Advanced Power Systems
Electronic Measurements
and Instrumentation
Satellite Communication
Special Projects

303
334
334
303
303
334
334
303

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
3

Electronics & Communication Engineering


CS C341

1 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in First Semester.


2 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in Second Semester.
IV-17

Data Structures and


Algorithms

303

CS C461
EA C473
# ECE C313
# ECE C364
# ECE C383
# ECE C391

Computer Networks
Multimedia Computing
1
Microelectronic Circuits
2
Analog Electronics
1
Communication Systems
Digital Electronics and
1
Computer Organization
# ECE C392 Modern Communication
1
Technologies
# ECE C393 Information Theory &
Coding2
2
# ECE C394 Communication Networks
# ECE C452 Electromagnetic Fields &
1
Microwave Engineering
ECE C491 Special Projects
EEE C414 Telecommunications
Switching Systems and
Networks
EEE C415 Digital Signal Processing
EEE C416 Digital Communication
EEE C443 Analog and Digital VLSI
Design
EEE C472 Satellite Communication

303
303
303
334
334
334
303
303
303
303
3
303

303
303
303
303

Electronics & Instrumentation


Engineering
CS C341 Data Structures &
Algorithms
* EEE C381 Electronic Devices &
Integrated Circuits
# INSTR C312 Industrial Instrumentation
2
and Control
# INSTR C313 Microelectronic Circuits1
# INSTR C355 Electronic Instruments and
Instrumentation
2
Technology
2
# INSTR C364 Analog Electronics
* INSTR C371 Electromechanical Energy
Conversion
# INSTR C381 Transducers &
1
Measurement Systems
# INSTR C391 Digital Electronics and
1
Computer Organization
* INSTR C392 Analysis Instrumentation
INSTR C411 Opto-Electronic Instruments

INSTR C414 Telecommunication


Switching Systems &
Networks
INSTR C421 Digital Systems
INSTR C444 Real-Time Systems
* INSTR C451 Process Control
* INSTR C461 Power Electronics
* INSTR C471 Electronic Measurements
and Instrumentation
INSTR C481 Medical Instrumentation
INSTR C491 Special Projects

303
303
303
334

334
334

# ET C341
# ET C342
# ET C351
# ET C352
# ET C362
ET C411
# ET C412

# ET C414
ET C421
ET C422
ET C431
ET C432
ET C441
ET C491

303

303
303

303
3

Instrumentation and Control


2
Materials Management
Chemical Process
2
Technology
Energy Management2
Environnemental Pollution
Control 2
Concepts of Engineering
Design
Production Planning &
1
Control
Advances in Materials
Science
1
Project Appraisal
Computer Aided Project
Planning and Monitoring
Computer Aided
Manufacturing
Technology Forecasting
Quality Control, Assurance
& Reliability
Technology Management
Special Projects

303
303
303
303
303
3
303
303
303
3
303
303
303
303
3

Finance
# FIN C312

334

303
303
303
303
303

Engineering Technology

ET C413
303

303

# FIN C321
# FIN C322
FIN C331
# FIN C332

1 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in First Semester.


2 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in Second Semester.

IV-18

International Financial
2
Markets and Services
1
Theory of Finance
2
Project Finance
Management Accounting
Econometrics2

303
303
303
303
303

# FIN C341

Investment Banking and


1
Financial Services
1
# FIN C342 Financial Management
FIN C411 Project Appraisal
FIN C413 Risk Management and
Insurance
FIN C421 Financing International Trade
FIN C422 Public Finance: Theory and
Practice
FIN C424 Money Banking and Financial
Markets
FIN C431 Marketing
FIN C432 Issues in Indian Economy
FIN C433 Advertising & Sales
Promotion
FIN C436 Strategic Financial
Management
FIN C441 Organisational Behaviour
FIN C442 Corporate Planning
FIN C451 International Business
FIN C462 Services Marketing
FIN C491 Special Projects

303
303
303
303

IS C422
IS C424

303
303

IS C431
IS C442

303

IS C444
IS C446

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
3

Information Systems
IS C311
# IS C313
IS C314
IS C321
# IS C332
# IS C341
# IS C342
# IS C351
IS C352
# IS C362
# IS C363
IS C411

Computer Concepts and


Software Systems
Object Oriented
1
Programming and Design
Software Development for
Portable Devices
Program, Data & File
Structures
Database Systems and
2
Applications
2
Software Engineering
Structures of Programming
2
Languages
Computer Organization and
1
Architecture
Management Information
Systems
1
Operating Systems
Data Structures and
1
Algorithms
Information Systems Project

IS C415
IS C421

303
324
223

# IS C461
IS C462
IS C471
IS C472
IS C481

3
303
324
303

# MATH C311
# MATH C312
# MATH C321
# MATH C322
# MATH C331
# MATH C332
# MATH C352
MATH C353
MATH C411
MATH C412
MATH C413
MATH C421
MATH C422
MATH C431
MATH C441
MATH C451

303
324
3

303
303
303
303
143
303
303
303
303
303
223
303
303

Mathematics

303
303

Data Mining
Modelling and Decision
Systems
Parallel Computing
Software for Embedded
Systems
Educational Software
Advanced Algorithms and
Complexity
Real Time Systems
Data Storage Technologies
and Networks
Computer Networks2
Network Programming
Computer Graphics
Geographical Information
Systems
Graphical User Interfaces

MATH C452
MATH C461
MATH C471

1 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in First Semester.


2 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in Second Semester.
IV-19

Algebra I
2
Algebra II
1
Elementary Real Analysis
2
Measure and Integration
1
Introduction to Topology
Introduction to Functional
2
Analysis
2
Differential Geometry
Statistical Inference and
Applications
Complex Analysis
Concepts of Geometry
Topological Groups
Combinatorial Mathematics
Algebraic & Differential
Topology
Distribution Theory
Discrete Mathematical
Structures
Ordinary Differential
Equations
Partial Differential Equations
Integral Equations
Non-Linear Optimisation

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303

MATH C481 Commutative Algebra


MATH C491 Special Projects

303
3

MF C481
MF C491

Project Appraisal
Special Projects

Manufacturing Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

# MF C312

303

# ME C312

303

# ME C314
# ME C331
# ME C332

# MF C313
# MF C314
# MF C315
# MF C316
MF C317
MF C318
# MF C319
MF C321
MF C343
# MF C382
# MF C411
MF C412
MF C413
MF C414
MF C415
MF C416
MF C417
MF C418
MF C421
MF C432
MF C441
MF C442
MF C453
MF C472
MF C473
MF C474

Design of Machine
1
Elements
Kinematics and Dynamics
of Machines1
Metal Forming and
Machining1
2
Casting and Welding
Manufacturing
1
Management
Instrumentation and Control
Design of Machine Tools
Mechatronics and
Automation2
Mechanical Engineering
Drawing
Maintenance and Safety
2
Computer Aided Design
Tool and Fixture Design2
Automotive Systems
Mechanical Vibrations and
Acoustics
Manufacturing Excellence
Noise Engineering
Work System Design
Internal Combustion
Engines
Lean Manufacturing
Supply Chain Management
Computer Aided
Manufacturing
Quality Control Assurance
and Reliability
Advances in Materials
Science
Industrial Relations
Precision Engineering
Product Design and
Development
Product Design and
Development Projects

324
324
303
303
303
303

# ME C342
# ME C382
# ME C392
ME C412
# ME C422

303
ME C432
303
3*
303
303
303
303
303
303
303

ME C441
ME C442
ME C443
ME C451
ME C452
ME C461

303
4*
303

ME C472
ME C481
ME C491

303

Pharmacy

303
303
303
303

# PHA C311
# PHA C312
# PHA C321
# PHA C322
# PHA C331
# PHA C332

3
# PHA C342

1 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in First Semester.


2 Compulsory Discipline Course normally offered in Second Semester.
IV-20

Design of Machine
1
Elements
Power Plant Engineering2
1
Transport Phenomena II
Prime Movers and Fluid
2
Machines
1
Production Techniques
2
Computer Aided Design
Advanced Mechanics of
1
Solids & Kinematics
Production Planning &
Control
Dynamics of Machines &
2
Vibrations
Computer Aided
Manufacturing
Automotive Vehicles
Advances in Materials
Science
Quality Control, Assurance
and Reliability
Mechanical Equipment
Design
Composite Materials &
Design
Refrigeration and
Airconditioning
Precision Engineering
Project Appraisal
Special Projects
1

Natural Drugs
2
Forensic Pharmacy
Anatomy Physiology &
1
Hygiene
1
Dispensing Pharmacy
1
Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmacology and
2
Toxicology
2
Medicinal Chemistry

303
3
303
303
324
324
324
3
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
3

233
303
233
233
233
233
233

PHA C411
PHA C412
PHA C413

PHA C414
PHA C415
PHA C416
PHA C417
# PHA C421

PHA C422
PHA C431
PHA C432
PHA C441
PHA C442
PHA C461
PHA C491

Physical Pharmacy
Veterinary Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical
Management & Quality
Control
Biopharmaceutics
Pathophysiology
Chemistry of Synthetic
Drugs
Pharmacoeconomics
Pharmaceutical
Formulations and Bio2
pharmaceutics
Cosmetic Science
Pharmacognosy
Hospital Pharmacy
Biochemical Engineering
Applied Pharmaceutical
Chemistry
Phytochemistry
Special Projects

233
303
303

303
303
303
303
233

* PHY C341
* PHY C351
* PHY C352
* PHY C353
* PHY C362
PHY C411
PHY C421
PHY C422
PHY C432
PHY C441
PHY C451

Electromagnetic Theory I
Statistical Mechanics2
1
Quantum Mechanics I
2
Solid State Physics
Methods of Mathematical
1
Physics I
Nuclear Physics2
Methods of Experimental
Physics
Atomic & Molecular
2
Spectroscopy
Optical Physics &
Applications
Particle Physics
Electromagnetic Theory II
Quantum Mechanics II
Group Theory and
Applications
Laser and Applications
Physics Laboratory
Materials Science

PHY C471
PHY C491

Process Analysis
Instrumentation
Astrophysics
Special Projects

303
303
3

General Studies
It should be noted that there is no clearly
defined set of so-called discipline courses in
respect of the General Studies programme. The
courses drawn from those listed under
Humanities, Social sciences and Other courses
category and the Science and Applied Sciences
category would meet such requirements.

233
233
303
303
303

The M.Sc.(Tech.) General Studies programme


has also flexibility to offer some skill oriented
courses in two different streams, namely
Communication and Media Studies and
Development Studies. The pool of courses for the
two proposed streams for M.Sc.(Tech.) General
Studies programme have been identified as
shown below:

233
3

Pool of Courses for Development Studies

Physics
# PHY C311
# PHY C312
# PHY C321
# PHY C322
* PHY C332

PHY C461

303
303
303
303

303
233
303
303
303
303
303
303
303
093
303

BITS C216
BITS C217

Selected Readings
Environment, Development
and Climate Change
BITS C218
Public Policy
BITS C319
Negotiation Skills and
Techniques
BITS C320
Managerial Skills
BITS C385
Introduction to Gender
Studies
BITS C393
Current Affairs
BITS C397
Techniques in Social
Research
BITS C462
Renewable Energy
BITS C484
Introduction to Conflict
Management
BITS C487
Global Business
Technology and Knowledge
Sharing
CDP C211 Agricultural Growth of India
CDP C221 Growth of Social Health in
India
CDP C371
Development Economics
ENGG C282 Industrial Engineering
Techniques

IV-21

303
303
303
202
2*
303
303
303
303
303
303

303
303
303
303

FIN C411
HUM C411
IS C472
MBA C413
PHIL C221
POL C212

Project Appraisal
Professional Ethics
Geographical Information
Systems
Quantitative Methods
Symbolic Logic
Modern Political Concepts

303
303
303
4
303
303

Pool of Courses for Communication and


Media Studies
BITS C214

Introduction to Mass
Communication

303

BITS C216

Selected Readings

303

BITS C393

Current Affairs

303

BITS C394

Mass Media Content and


Design

303

BITS C395

Short Film and Video


Production

303

BITS C396

Reporting and Writing for


Media

303

BITS C398

Creative Multimedia

223

BITS C486

Product and Brand


Management

303

ENGL C261

Creative Writing

ENGL C342

Science Writings

303

HSS C313

Critical Analysis of
Literature and Cinema

303

HSS C314

Print and Audio Visual


Advertising

303

HUM C342
HUM C411

Graphic Art
Professional Ethics

3
303

HUM C422

Aesthetics

303

TA C231

Business Communication

303

TOC C215

Language Laboratory
Practice

063

Depending on the interest of the students, Clause


1.08 Committee will replace some the existing
courses in the chart of M. Sc. (Tech.) General
studies with the courses from the concerned pool.

(xi) Practice School I & II or Thesis &


Seminar
For each first degree programme, a student has
to do Practice School I & II or Thesis & Seminar.
Normally a dual degree student will do one
degree with Practice School option and another
degree with Thesis & Seminar option. Whenever
permitted, both degrees may be done with
Practice School option or with Thesis & Seminar
option.
Note: In addition to the courses listed above there
may be remedial course(s) designed by the Dean
Instruction from time to time and reported to the
Senate.

SEMESTERWISE PATTERNS FOR


COMPOSITE DUAL DEGREE
PROGRAMMES
The principle by which the composite programme
is worked out is described below. All courses and
categories of the two programmes that remain
after excluding the elective categories, the PS
component, the Thesis-Seminar (TS) component,
constitute the basic requirement of the composite
programme. On this basic requirement is
superimposed the smaller of the two elective
packages associated with the two concerned
programmes as also PS and TS. All these
courses are now properly interspersed and
resequenced to form the dual degree programme.
Thus normally in every dual degree scheme one
degree would be with PS and the other with TS.
Semesterwise patterns for composite dual degree
programme for Group B to Group A are given in
the following pages. It may be seen from these
patterns that the system is delicately balanced
and any attempt to go outside this would not only
upset the system but also result in an ambitious
candidate spending more time than what the chart
provides.
The semesterwise pattern for composite dual
degree programme other than Group B to Group
A will be worked out by the Senate appointed
Committee as and when required.

IV-22

Composite Dual Degree Programme (Group B to Group A)


Input Entering in the First Semester
Group B to Engineering
Year

First Semester

I
II

Same as First Degree Programme


ES
C241 Electrical Sciences I
TA
C211 Measurement Techniques I
TA
C252 Computer Programming II
PHY C221 Modern Physics (for Phy)
MATH C241 Mathematics III
ECON C212 Principles of Economics (for Econ)
MGTS C211 Principles of Management (for
Math, Exptl. Sci.)
BIO
C211 Biochemistry (for Bio)
SOC C211 Dynamics of Social Change (for Econ)
ES
C221 Mechanics of Solids (for Chem, Math, Phy)
BIO
C241 Microbiology (for Bio)

Second Semester
ES
ES
TA
TA
CHEM
CHEM
MGTS
CHE
EEE
ECE
INSTR
ME

C242
C272
C222
C312
C211
C232
C211
C221
C272
C272
C272
C211

MF

C211

MATH C222
CE
C212
CE

C241

ME
MF
ES

C212
C212
C263

Same as First Degree Programme


Structure and Properties of Materials
Electrical Sciences II
Measurement Techniques II
Technical Report Writing
Atomic and Molecular Structure (for Chem)
Chemistry of Organic Compounds (for Chem)
Principles of Management (for Econ)
Chemical Process Calculations (for Che)
Circuits & Signals (for EEE, ECE, EI)
Applied Thermodynamics (for ME except Chem
to ME and Econ to ME)
Applied Thermodynamics (for MF except Chem
to MF and ECON to MF)
Discrete Structures for Comp Sci (for CS)
Transport Phenomena I (for Civil except Chem to
Civil)
Analysis of Structures (for Civil except Bio to Civil
and Econ to Civil)
Transport Phenomena I (for ME, MF)

Microprocessor Programming & Interfacing (for


Bio to CS, Math to CS, Phy to CS)
CHE
C213 Fluid Flow Operations (for Che except Chem to
Che and Econ to Che)
ECON C211 Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting
(for Econ)
Summer
BITS C221 Practice School I
(for PS option only )
First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*
First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*
III
AAOC C222 Optimization
AAOC C312 Operations Research
AAOC C311 Data Processing (for Econ. Math)
CE
C212 Transport Phenomena I (for Chem to Civil)
AAOC C221 Graphs and Networks (for Math)
CE
C241 Analysis of Structures (for Bio to Civil and
BIO
C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis (for Bio)
Econ to Civil)
CHEM C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis
ME
C211 Applied Thermodynamics (for Chem to ME and
(for Chem)
Econ to ME)
PHY C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis (for Phy)
MF
C211 Applied Thermodynamics (for Chem to MF and
PHY C212 Classical Mechanics (for Phy)
Econ to MF)
ES
C221 Mechanics of Solids (for Bio, Econ)
CHE
C213 Fluid Flow Operations (for Chem to Che and
Elective
1
Econ to Che)
ES
C263 Microprocessor Programming & Interfacing
(for Chem to CS, Econ to CS)
Elective
1
IV Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*
Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*
AAOC C321 Control Systems (for B to Che, EEE, EI)
AAOC C341 Numerical Analysis (for B to Che, EEE, EI)
AAOC C341 Numerical Analysis (for B to Civil, ME,
AAOC C321 Control Systems (for B to Civil, ME, MF, CS)
MF, CS)
Electives
2
Electives
2
V
BITS C413 Practice School II
BITS C422T Thesis
OR
BITS C442T Seminar
BITS C421T Thesis
OR
BITS C441T Seminar
BITS C412 Practice School II
Note: Wherever First Degree Programme is mentioned above, it is as given in Pattern 1.
This is currently operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
* These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to nine.
Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-23

Composite Dual Degree Programme (Group B to Group A)


Input Entering in the First Semester
Group B to Pharmacy

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

Same as First Degree Programme

Same as First Degree Programme

II

BIO
ECON
ES
PHY
MATH
TA
TA
BIO
PHA

C211
C212
C241
C221
C241
C211
C252
C241
C241

Biological Chemistry
Principles of Economics
Electrical Sciences I
Modern Physics (for Phy)
Mathematics III
Measurement Techniques I
Computer Programming II
Microbiology (for Bio)
Microbiology (for Chem, Econ, Math, Phy)

Summer

ES
ES
CHEM

C242
C272
C232

MGTS
TA
TA
CHEM
SOC

C211
C222
C312
C211
C211

PHA
ECON

C212
C211

AAOC

C311

Structure and Properties of Materials


Electrical Sciences II
Chemistry of Organic Compounds (for Bio,
Chem, Math, Phy)
Principles of Management
Measurement Techniques II
Technical Report Writing
Atomic & Molecular Structure (for Chem)
Dynamics of Social Change
(for Econ)
Pharmaceutical Analysis (for Bio, Phy)
Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting (for
Econ)
Data Processing (for Math)

BITS C221 Practice School I


(for PS option only)

III

First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


AAOC C222 Optimization
AAOC C311 Data Processing (for Econ. Math)
AAOC C221 Graphs and Networks (for Math)
PHY
C212 Classical Mechanics (for Phy)
PHA
C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis
Elective

First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


AAOC C312 Operation Research
AAOC C341 Numerical Analysis (for Math. Exptl.Sc.)
PHA
C212 Pharmaceutical Analysis (for CHEM,
Math, Econ)
CHEM C232 Chemistry of Organic Compounds
(for Econ)

IV

Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


Electives
3

Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


Electives
2

BITS

BITS
BITS

BITS
BITS
Note:

C413

Practice School II
OR
C421T Thesis
C441T Seminar

BITS

C422T Thesis
C442T Seminar
OR
C412 Practice School II

Wherever First Degree Programme is mentioned above, it is as given in Pattern 1.

This is currently operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
*

These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to nine.
Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-24

Composite Dual Degree Programme (Group B to Group A)


Input Entering in the Second Semester
Group B to Engineering
Year

First Semester

Second Semester

Same as First Degree Programme

II

Same as First Degree Programme

III

Same as First Degree Programme

Summer

IV

C211

AAOC
ES
TA
CE
CE
ME
CHE
CHE
EEE
INSTR
MATH
ME
MF
MF
ES

C312
C272
C222
C212
C241
C212
C213
C221
C272
C272
C222
C211
C211
C212
C263

CHEM

C232

CHEM

C211

Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting


(for Econ)
Operations Research
Electrical Sciences II
Measurement Techniques II
Transport Phenomena I (for Civil)
Analysis of Structures (for Civil)
Transport Phenomena I (for ME)
Fluid Flow Operations (for Che)
Chemical Process Calculations (for Che)
Circuits & signals (for EEE)
Circuits & Signals (for EI)
Discrete Structures for Com. Sci. (for CS)
Applied Thermodynamics (for ME)
Applied Thermodynamics (for MF)
Transport Phenomena I (for MF)
Microprocessor Programming &
I Interfacing (for CS, EEE, EI)
Chemistry of Organic Compounds
(for Chem)
Atomic & Molecular Structure (for Chem)

BITS C221 Practice School I


(for PS Option only)

First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*
ES
C221 Mechanics of Solids
AAOC C341 Numerical Analysis (for Math, Exptl. Sc.)
AAOC C311 Data Processing for (for Econ. , Math)
.
AAOC C221 Graphs and Networks (for Math)
Electives
2
BIO
C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis (for Bio.)
CHEM C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis
(for Chem.)
PHY
C391 Instrumental Methods of Analysis (for Phy.)
PHY
C212 Classical Mechanics (for Phy)
Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*
AAOC C321 Control Systems
Electives
2

Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


Electives
2

BITS

BITS
BITS

VI
BITS
BITS
Note:

Same as First Degree Programme


ECON

C413

Practice School II
OR
C421T Thesis
C441T Seminar

BITS

C422T Thesis
C442T Seminar
OR
C412 Practice School II

Wherever First Degree Programme is mentioned above, it is as given in Pattern 1.

This is currently operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
*

These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to nine.
Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-25

Composite Dual Degree Programme (Group B to Group A)


Input Entering in the Second Semester
Group B to Pharmacy

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

Same as First Degree Programme

II
III

Same as First Degree Programme


AAOC
ES
TA
BIO
PHA
PHY
BIO
ECON

C222
C241
C211
C241
C241
C221
C211
C212

Same as First Degree Programme

Optimisaton
Electrical Sciences I
Measurement Techniques I
Microbiology (for Bio)
Microbiology (for Chem, Econ, Math, Phy)
Modern Physics (for Phy)
Biological Chemistry
Principles of Economics

Summer

AAOC
ES
TA
CHEM
CHEM
ECON

C312
C272
C222
C232
C211
C211

PHA
SOC
Elective

C212
C211

Operations Research
Electrical Sciences II
Measurement Techniques II
Chemistry of Organic Compounds (for Bio)
Atomic & Molecular Structure (for Chem)
Fundamentals of Finance & Accounting
(for Econ)
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Dynamics of Social Change (for Econ.)
1

BITS C221 Practice School I


(for PS Option Only)

IV

First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


AAOC C221 Graphs and Networks (for Math)
AAOC C311 Data processing (for Econ., Math)
PHA
PHY

V
VI

C391
C212

Instrumental Methods of Analysis


Classical Mechanics (for Phy)

First Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


AAOC
C341 Numerical Analysis (for Math, Exptl. Sc.)
CHEM
C232 Chemistry of Organic Compounds (for
Chem,
Econ, Math, Phy)
Elective
1

Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


Electives
2

Second Degree Compulsory Discipline Courses*


Electives
2

BITS

BITS
BITS

BITS
BITS

C413 Practice School II


OR
C421T Thesis
C441T Seminar

BITS

C422T Thesis
C442T Seminar
OR
C412 Practice School II

Note: Wherever First Degree Programme is mentioned above, it is as given in Pattern 1.


This is currently operative pattern for the students who have been admitted in 2010 or earlier as approved by the Senate-appointed
committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
*

These are specialized discipline courses to be selected from a pool of courses. Their total number will range from six to nine.
Details are given elsewhere in this Part.

IV-26

(II) Structure of the Integrated First


Degree Programmes of students
admitted 2011 onwards

d)

The structure and the requirements of the first


degree programs, namely, B.E. (Hons), B. Pharm
(Hons), M.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc.(Tech) are as per
following details:
1.

3.

The category-wise structure of each program:


Number of
Units
Required

Category

Number
of
Courses
Required

(I) General Institutional


Requirement

4.

Humanities Electives

Science Foundation

12

Mathematics Foundation

12

Engineering Foundation

Technical Arts

10

3 to 6

1 to 3

51 to 54

20 to 22

Core

33 to 48

10 to 16

Elective

12 to 27

4 to 9

Sub-Total

57 to 60

15 to 20

General Awareness /
Professional Courses
Sub-Total
(II) Discipline
Requirement

(III) Open Electives


Course-work Sub-Total
(IV) PS-I and II
OR
Thesis
Total

2.

15 to 27

5 to 9

126 (min)

40 (min)

25
OR
9 to 16

2
OR
1

141 (min)

41 (min)

b)
c)

General Biology, Biology Laboratory,


General
Chemistry,
Chemistry
Laboratory, Mechanics, Oscillations and
Waves, and Physics Laboratory under
the head of Science Foundation.
Electrical
Sciences
and
Thermodynamics under the head of
Engineering Foundation.
Computer
Programming,
Workshop
Practice, Engineering Graphics, and

The nominal semester-wise chart for a


first degree program is given in the Page
IV-28.

Dual Degree Programs:


Based on the above, the structure of a dual
degree program has been derived using the
following principles.
o

General Institute Requirements will remain


the same for both the degrees of the
composite
dual-degree
program
and
therefore need not be repeated.

While the Discipline Requirements of each of


the two degrees in a dual degree program
have to be met separately, any course that
meets the discipline requirements of both the
degree programs need not be repeated.

In addition the Discipline Elective courses of


either of the two degrees in a dual degree
program may be used to fulfill the open
elective requirement of the other degree.

A PS-II or Thesis must be done to meet the


requirements of each degree. Therefore to
complete the dual degree program a student
must complete one of the following:

The following courses are needed to meet


the General Institutional Requirement:
a)

Technical Report Writing under the head


of Technical Arts.
Principles of Economics and Principles
of Management under the head of
General Awareness / Professional
courses.
The courses under the following heads
are designed to meet the General
Institutional Requirement under the head
of Humanities Electives:
o Languages and Literature
o History and Philosophy
o Political and Social Sciences
o Fine Arts and Professional Arts





2 PS-II courses
2 Thesis courses
1 PS-II course and 1 Thesis course.

Based on these principles, the semester-wise


patterns for a composite dual degree program as
options for the student are shown in pages IV-29,
IV-30 and IV-31. More details will be made
available to the admitted students in due course
of time.

IV-27

Semester-wise Pattern for Students admitted to First Degree Programmes


Year

First Semester
Biology Laboratory
General Biology
Chemistry Laboratory
General Chemistry
Mathematics I

U
1
3
1
3
3

MATH F112
ME F110
CS F111
EEE F111
BITS F112

1
3

MATH F113
BITS F111

BITS F110

Physics Laboratory
Mechanics, Oscillations and
Waves
Engineering Graphics

MATH F211

Mathematics III

2
17
3

ECON F211

BIO F110
BIO F111
CHEM F 110
CHEM F111
MATH F111
PHY F110
PHY F111

Second Semester

MGTS F211
II

Summer

III

Discipline Core Courses


Open /Humanities Electives

12to15
3

18/21
BITS C221 Practice School - I
(for PS Option Only)
Discipline Courses
15to18
Core/Elective
Open/ Humanities Electives

0 to6

Mathematics II
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming
Electrical Sciences
Technical Report
Writing
Probability and Statistics
Thermodynamics

Principles of Economics
OR
Principles of Management
Discipline Core Courses
Open/Humanities
Electives

Electives

5 to 17

3
2
4
3
2
3
3

20
3

12to15
3
18/21

Discipline Courses
Core/elective
Open/Humanities
Electives

18/21
IV

PS-II(20)
or
Thesis (16)
or
Thesis (9) AND Electives
(6 to 9)

15to18
0to6
18/21
20
or
16
or
6to9

5/17

Note: This is operative pattern for the students who are admitted from August 2011 onwards as
approved by the Senate-appointed committee, subject to change if the situation warrants. Details
of discipline specific courses and electives will be announced in due course of time.

IV-28

Pattern 1
Year

BIO
BIO
CHEM
CHEM
MATH
PHY
PHY
BITS

MATH

II

Semester-wise Pattern for Composite Dual Degree Programmes (Option A: Duration 10 Sem.)
First Semester
Biology laboratory
General Biology
Chemistry Laboratory
General Chemistry
Mathematics I
Physics Laboratory
Mechanics,
Oscillations
F110
and Waves
Engineering Graphics

F110
F111
F110
F111
F111
F110
F111

F211

Mathematics III

First Discipline Core


Courses
Electives

Summer

III

Second Semester

1
3
1
3
3
1

3
2
17
3

MATH
ME
CS
EEE
BITS
MATH
BITS

F112
F110
F111
F111
F112
F113
F111

Mathematics II
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming
Electrical Sciences
Technical Report Writing
Probability and Statistics
Thermodynamics

ECON

F211

MGTS

F211

Principles of Economics
OR
Principles of Management
First Discipline Core
Courses
Electives

13 to17
3 to6
23/24

3
2
4
3
2
3
3

20
3

13to17
3to6
23/24

BITS C221 Practice School - I


(for PS Option Only)
Second Discipline
Core
courses
First Discipline
Courses Core/Elective

Second Discipline Core


12to16
7to11

Courses
First Discipline Courses
Core / Elective

23/24

IV

First Discipline
Elective Courses
Second Discipline
Courses Core +
Elective

Electives
Thesis

3to10
14to18

23/24
5to9
9

12to16
7to11

23/24
First Discipline Elective
Courses
Second Discipline Courses
- Core + Elective
Electives (0 to 6)

14to18
0to6

PS-II
or
Thesis

23/24
20
or
16

3to10

Note: This is operative pattern for the students who are admitted from August 2011 onwards as
approved by the Senate-appointed committee, subject to change if the situation warrants. Details
of discipline specific courses and electives will be announced in due course of time.

IV-29

Pattern 2

Semester-wise Pattern for Composite Dual Degree Programmes


(Option B: Duration 10 Sem. and a Summer Term)

Year

BIO
BIO
CHEM
CHEM
MATH
PHY
PHY

F110
F111
F110
F111
F111
F110
F111

BITS

F110

MATH F211
II

First Semester

Biology laboratory
General Biology
Chemistry Laboratory
General Chemistry
Mathematics I
Physics Laboratory
Mechanics, Oscillations and
Waves
Engineering Graphics(2)

1
3
1
3
3
1
3

Mathematics III
First Discipline Core Courses

Second Semester
MATH F112
ME
F110
CS
F111
EEE F111
BITS F112
MATH F113
BITS F111

2
17
3
ECON F211
13to17
MGTS F211

Electives

3to6
23/24

Summer

Mathematics II
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming
Electrical Sciences
Technical Report Writing
Probability and Statistics
Thermodynamics

U
3
2
4
3
2
3
4

20
Principles of Economics
3
OR
Principles of Management
First Discipline Core Courses 13to17
Electives
3to6
23/24

BITS C221 Practice School - I


(for PS Option Only)
Second Discipline Core
Courses
First Discipline Courses Core /
Elective

12to16
7to11

Second Discipline Core


Courses
First Discipline Courses
Core / Elective

12to16
7to11

III

IV

Summer
V

First Discipline Elective


Courses
Second Discipline Courses
Core + Elective
Electives
Electives
PS - II
or
Thesis

23/24
3/10
14to18
0to6
23/24
5/9
20
or
16

First Discipline Elective


Courses
Second Discipline Courses
- Core + Elective
Electives

PS - II
or
Thesis

23/24
3to10
14to18
0to6
23/24
20
or
16

Note: This is operative pattern for the students who are admitted from August 2011 onwards as
approved by the Senate-appointed committee, subject to change if the situation warrants. Details
of discipline specific courses and electives will be announced in due course of time.

IV-30

Pattern 3

Semesterwise Pattern for Dual Degree (Duration 11 Sem.)

Year

BIO
BIO
CHEM
CHEM
MATH
PHY
PHY

F110
F111
F110
F111
F111
F110
F111

BITS

F110

MATH

F211

First Semester

Biology laboratory
General Biology
Chemistry Laboratory
General Chemistry
Mathematics I
Physics Laboratory
Mechanics, Oscillations and
Waves
Engineering Graphics

1
3
1
3
3
1
3

Mathematics III
First Discipline Core Courses
Electives

2
17
3

3to6

II

Second Semester
MATH F112
ME
F110
CS
F111
EEE F111
BITS F112
MATH F113
BITS F111

Mathematics II
Workshop Practice
Computer Programming
Electrical Sciences
Technical Report Writing
Probability and Statistics
Thermodynamics

ECON F211 Principles of Economics


OR
MGTS F211 Principles of Management
First Discipline Core
Courses
Electives

21/22
Summer

III

IV

U
3
2
4
3
2
3
3

20
1`3

13to17
3to6
21/22

BITS C221 Practice School - I


(for PS Option Only)
Second Discipline Core courses 12to16
First Discipline Courses Core/Elective
7to10

First Discipline Elective


Courses
Second Discipline Courses
Core+Elective
Electives

Electives

VI

PS-II
or
Thesis

21/22
3to10

Second Discipline Core


Courses
First Discipline Courses
Core / Elective

12to16
7to11

0to6

21/22
First Discipline Elective
3to10
Courses
Second Discipline Courses - 14to18
Core + Elective
Electives
0to6

21/22

21/22

14to18

17to23

PS-II
or
Thesis

20
or
16

20
or
16

Note: This is operative pattern for the students who are admitted from August 2011 onwards as
approved by the Senate-appointed committee, subject to change if the situation warrants. Details
of discipline specific courses and electives will be announced in due course of time.

IV-31

(a) The student must choose such electives


from a Pool of Electives listed for the
specific program.

HIGHER DEGREE PROGRAMMES


A. Requirements
(i) M. E. and M. Pharm:

(b) The Pool of Electives may vary from


campus to campus.

The following structure and requirements are:


(a) (a) at least 12 courses and at least 48 credit
units attributed to coursework; and

6.

Each course in the Core Requirement or in


the List of Electives must be a graduate level
(5th or 6th level) course or an advanced
under-graduate course (4th level) with the
restriction that a student may use at the most
two 4th level courses to meet the
requirements in above.

7.

Each Department in each campus may


decide the scheduling of Core / Elective
courses as per the above chart as deemed
fit.

8.

A student may choose to overload his/her


coursework by at most one course carrying
not more than 5 units - per semester:

(b) In addition, a Practice School (of at least


5 months duration and 20 units) or a
Dissertation (of at least 1 semester
duration and 16 credit units)
2.

A 4 unit course on Research Practice is


mandatory for all students
o

3.

BITS G540 Research Practice

Each Department may stipulate - for each


program a set of 4 to 5 courses (of at least 16
units and at most 20 units) per semester.
(a) This adds up to at least 12 courses and
at least 48 units of coursework but with a
maximum of 15 courses and at most 60
units of coursework stipulated by the
Department.

(a) Such courses may be chosen from one of


the following
(i)

(b) The nominal chart for a program would be


as follows:
Year
I year

II year

I Semester

(ii) a general pool of courses listed as


Graduate Level Electives available
for all higher degree programs

II Semester

4 to 5 courses

4 to 5 courses

(16 to 20 units)

(16 to 20 units)

4 to 5 courses

PS / Dissertation

(iii) any other course under the


conditions that the stipulated prerequisites are met and that the Head
of the Department of the student
and Head of the Department offering
the course both provide their
consent

(16 to 20 units)
4.

Each Department may identify one-third (1/3)


to one-half (1/2) of the coursework
requirement for each program as the Core
Requirement.
(a) The Core Requirement is mandatory for
all students in the program.

(b) Such courses may not be counted


towards the requirement stated in 1.(a)
above.
9.

(b) The Core Requirement will be common


across all campuses of BITS offering the
same program.
5.

the pool of courses listed as


Electives for the program being
pursued

Rest of the coursework requirement other


than the Core Requirement and the Research
Practice course may be met by electives of
each students choice.

IV-32

A student who wants to pursue Dissertation


may choose between doing the Dissertation
on campus and doing the Dissertation in an
external industrial / research organization.
The Department must identify such locations/
organizations as suitable for a student
pursuing Dissertation in that discipline. If a
student exercises the option of doing his/her
Dissertation in an organization other than
BITS, then the Department must identify a
co-supervisor for the student from within the
Department.

10.

The Dissertation will carry 16 credit units


for the nominal duration of 1 semester.
(a)

During this semester a student may


not be permitted to do coursework.

(b)

A student with the consent of the


Department - may extend the duration
of the Dissertation over two
semesters while concurrently doing
coursework during the semester.

(c)

11.

disciplines Core and


permission of HDCC.

(iii) M.Phil.:
Total number of units required - 50
(Minimum) with a breakup as follows:
(a) Dissertation : 12 (Min.) - 25 (Max.) units
OR
Practice School : 20 units
(b) Course work : 25 units (min.)

If the student exercises option (b)


then the total weight of the
Dissertation will not exceed 25 credit
units.

(other than Dissertation/Practice


School)
The courses for course work can be chosen
from a list of General/Special courses
earmarked for the degree. Wherever there is
a need, courses can also be drawn from
across the course offerings in various Higher
Degree programmes as well as advanced First
Degree level,
provided the students are
adequately prepared for the particular course.

In addition to the above courses, the higher


degree students will be required to register
in the following course, unless the student
clears a diagnostic test specially designed
for the same.
o

BITS C437 Technical Communication


303

(ii) MPH:

electives with the

(iv) M.B.A.: The course requirements of the


MBA programme are spelt out in terms
of courses belonging to different
categories in the table below:

Total number of units required 60


(Minimum) with a breakup as follows:
(a) Dissertation: 15 (Min) 25 (Max) Units
OR
Practice School : 20 units
(b) Course work : 35 (Min) units
(other than Dissertation/Practice School)

No. of Units
Required

No. of
Courses
Required

Core
Courses

40-60

15-20

Elective(s)

12-18

4-6

55 (Min)

20 (Min)

Category

Courses for the course work will be chosen


from the list of Core and elective courses
earmarked for each degree. Total number of
courses is nine. In addition to these nine
courses all the students are required to do one
course on Technical Communication and two
courses on Professional Practice. For
electives, courses can be drawn from across
various disciplines, subject to approval by the
Higher Degree Counselling Committee
(HDCC).
There is also a flexibility for students of Higher
Degree Programmes to register in upto a
maximum of one more elective, in addition to
the prescribed number of electives. The grade
obtained in the additional elective will also be
counted towards the CGPA. This additional
elective can be from the pool of electives of
the concerned degree or courses from other

Subtotal
PS
OR
Dissertation
Total

20
1
16
70 (Min)

21 (Min)

Courses for the course work will be chosen from


the list of Core and elective courses earmarked
for the MBA degree.
Dissertation: Normal registration for dissertation
is after completion of course work. Normally 16
units of Dissertation will be assigned at the time of
this registration. In case of programmes other
than MBA, units upto a maximum of 25 may be

IV-33

permitted depending on the total time and work


put in by an individual student and the registration
in more than 16 units of Dissertation will be
normally available only to students who have
taken higher degree courses as electives in their
first degree programmes or to professionals who
have shown competence in some specialized
courses through their professional involvement.
Concurrent registration for a nominal 8 units per
semester in Dissertation with course work is also
permissible for motivated, well-prepared and
hardworking students. Provision exists for the
Dissertation to be carried out as work-integrated
dissertation at recognized off-campus centres or
in an organization where the student may get
employment, subject to all the stipulations of
Academic Regulations.
Practice School: Registration for Practice School
is possible only after the completion of all course
work. Concurrent registration of other courses
with Practice School is not permitted. All clauses
of Academic Regulations applicable to first degree
PS courses will govern the operation of this
Practice School also.

The Committee may co-opt any faculty


member of the Institute whenever there is a
need to discuss an individual case.
This Committee will also draw, from time to
time, a list of courses from the Higher Degree
programmes from which the students of the
Integrated First Degrees can offer the
courses as their electives.
(ii) The Dissertation, whether registered for full or
partial units, will be awarded a non-letter
grade, viz., Excellent, Good, Fair or Poor, at
the end of the corresponding semester.
(iii)

Ph.D. Qualifying Examination for an


eligible candidate will be based on the
higher degree courses. Dissertation will
not form part of the Qualifying
Examination.

(iv)

A first degree student can choose upto a


maximum of two higher degree courses as
electives for his/her first degree from the
pool of general/special courses of the
corresponding higher degree. When such
a student seeks admission to any of the
Higher Degree programme of the institute,
the student may be given exemption from
these courses; however, the student will
have to complete the total unit
requirements of the higher degree. The
minimum units in Dissertation for such a
candidate will be increased by the same
number of units as exempted from the
course work so as to earn the minimum
prescribed total units. In such a case, the
exempted courses will also form part of
the Ph.D. Qualifying Examination when
the student appears for the same. HDCC
is also empowered to replace the course
cleared in first degree by a course from
the pool of electives of higher degree on a
case by case basis, as an alternative to
increasing the dissertation units.

B. Access to Courses
This access is subject to the Academic
Regulations and further specific stipulations as
follows:


All general/special
corresponding first
equivalent.

Approval of the Higher Degree Counselling


Committee.

courses require the


degree of BITS or

C. General
(i)

There will be a Higher Degree Counselling


Committee composed of Dean RCD
(Convenor), Dean ARCD, Dean ID, Dean
PSD, Dean WILPD and the Unit Chief IPC.
This Committee is charged with the task of
making the semesterwise programmes for
various students and monitoring the same.

IV-34

Pattern 1

Semesterwise Pattern for Students Admitted to Higher Degree Programmes in the First Semester

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

M.E. Biotechnology
BIO
I

G512

Molecular Mechanism of
Gene Expression

BIO

G542

Advanced Cell and Molecular


Biology

BIO

G525

Environmental Biotechnology and


Waste Management
Elective

BITS
BIO
BIO

G540
G524
G643

Research Practice
Animal Cell Technology
Plant Biotechnology
Elective
Elective

4
5
5
*
*

BITS

G629T

*
*
*
*
17

BITS

G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

5
5
5
*
18

BIO

G523

II

Advanced and Applied


Microbiology
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

20

16/20

M.E. Chemical

CHE
CHE

G613
G614

Advanced Mass Transfer


Advanced Heat Transfer

5
5

BITS
CHE

G540
G523

CHE

G622

Advanced Chemical
Engineering Thermodynamics
Elective

CHE

G641

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

*
18
*
*
*
*
12

Research Practice
Mathematical Methods in Chemical
Engineering
Reaction Engineering
Elective
Elective
Dissertation
or
Practice School

4
5
5
*
*
20
16
or
20
16/20

M.E. Chemical Petroleum Engineering

CHE
CHE

G616
G617

Petroleum Reservoir Engineering


Petroleum Refinery Engineering

5
5

BITS
CHE

G540
G523

Research Practice
Mathematical Methods in Chemical
Engineering
Petroleum Downstream Processing

CHE

G622

Advanced Chemical Engineering


Thermodynamics
Elective

CHE

G618

CHE

G641

Reaction Engineering
Elective

5
*
22

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

18

II

Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

*
*
*
*
12

4
5
5

16/20

* Minimum 3 Units
Note: This is the suggested semesterwise pattern by the appropriate Senate appointed committee, subject to change if the
situation warrants.

IV-35

Pattern 1

Semesterwise Pattern for Students Admitted to Higher Degree Programmes in the First Semester

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

M.E. Civil Infrastructure Systems

CE

G515

CE

G523

CE

G525

CE

G619

Fundamentals of Systems
Engineering
Transportation Systems Planning
and Management
Water Resources Planning and
Management
Finite Element Analysis
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

BITS

G540

Research Practice

CE

G520

Infrastructure Planning and


Management
Elective
Elective

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

4
5
17
*
*
*
*

*
*
14

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

16/20
M.E. Civil Structural Engineering

CE
CE

G551
G552

CE
CE

G617
G619

Dynamics of Structures
Advanced Structural
Mechanics and Stability
Advanced Structural Analysis
Finite Element Analysis
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

4
4

BITS
CE

G540
G615

Research Practice
Earthquake Engineering
Elective
Elective

4
4
*
*

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

4
5
17
*
*
*
*
12

14

16/20

M.E. Civil Transportation Engineering

CE

G523

CE

G534

CE
CE

G535
G536

Transportation Systems
Planning and Management
Pavement Material
Characterization
Highway Geometric Design
Traffic Engineering and Safety
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

4
4

BITS
CE
CE

G540
G518
G524

4
4
16
*
*
*
*
12

Research Practice
Pavement Analysis and Design
Urban Mass Transit Planning
Operations and Management
Elective

4
4
4
*
15

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20
16/20

M.E. Civil Water Resource Engineering


CE
CE
I

CE
CE

II

G526
G555
G556
G557

Systems Approach to Water


Resources Modeling
Remote Sensing and GIS in
Water Resources
Advanced Computational
Hydraulics
Stochastic Hydrology
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

BITS
CE

G540
G558

CE

G559

4
4
16
*
*
*
*
16

Research Practice
Advanced Groundwater
Hydrology
Soft Computing in Water
Resources
Elective

4
4
4
*
15

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

IV-36

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20
16/20

Pattern 1

Semesterwise Pattern for Students Admitted to Higher Degree Programmes in the First Semester

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

M.E. Communication Engineering


EEE
EEE
EEE

EEE

C415
G581
G612

G591

Digital Signal Processing


RF and Microwave Engineering
Coding Theory and Practice
Elective

4
5
5
*

Optical Communication
Elective
Elective
Elective

17
5
*
*
*

BITS
EEE

G540
G592

Research Practice
Mobile and Personal
Communication
Advanced Digital Communication
Elective

EEE

G622

BITS
BITS

5
5
*

G629T

Dissertation

17
16

G639

or
Practice School

or
20

14

16/20

M.E. Computer Science


CS
CS

G525
G526

CS

C623

Advanced Computer Networks


Advanced Algorithms and
Complexity
Advanced Operating Systems
Elective

5
5
5
*

BITS
CS
CS

G540
G513
G524

Research Practice
Network Security
Advanced Computer Architecture
Elective

18
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

*
*
*
*

4
4
5
*
16

BITS
BITS

G629T Dissertation
or
G639 Practice School

12

16
or
20
16/20

M.E. Electrical Power Electronics and Drives


EEE
EEE

G542
G541

EEE

G543

Power Electronics Converter


Distribution Apparatus and
Configuration
Power Devices microelectronics
and selection
Elective

5
5

BITS
EEE
EEE

G540
G545
G552

Research Practice
Control and Instrumentation Systems
Solid State Drives
Elective

4
5
5
*

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

5
*
18

EEE

G546

II

System Simulation
Elective
Elective
Elective

5
*
*
*

17

14
BITS G553
EEE G512

Real Time Systems


Embedded System Design
Elective
Elective

EEE

Hardware Software Co-Design


Elective
Elective
Elective

16/20

M.E. Embedded Systems


5
BITS
G540
4
CS
G523
*
MEL
G642
*

Research Practice
Software for Embedded Systems
VLSI Architecture
Elective

17
G626

II

5
*
*
*
17

4
5
5
*
18

BITS
BITS

G629T Dissertation
or
G639 Practice School

16
or
20
16/20

* Minimum 3 Units
Note: This is the suggested semesterwise pattern by the appropriate Senate appointed committee, subject to change if the
situation warrants.

IV-37

Pattern 1

Semesterwise Pattern for Students Admitted to Higher Degree Programmes in the First Semester

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

M.E. Microelectronics

MEL
MEL
MEL

G611
G621
G631

IC Fabrication Technology
VLSI Design
Physics & Modeling of
Microelectronic Devices
Elective

5
5

G540
G632
G642

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

5
*
19

Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

BITS
MEL
MEL

*
*
*
*
13

Research Practice
Analog IC Design
CAD for IC Design
Elective

4
5
5
*
18

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20
16/20

M.E. Manufacturing Systems Engineering


EA
ME

C412
C443

ME

G511

II

MSE
ITEB

G521
G621

Flexible Manufacturing Systems


Quality Control Assurance and
Reliability
Mechanism and Robotics
Elective

BITS
MSE

G540
G512

3
5
*

Research Practice
Manufacturing Planning and
Control
Elective
Elective

5
*
*

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

15
World Class Manufacturing
Supply Chain Management
Elective
Elective

5
4
*
*

15
BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

15

16/20

M.E. Mechanical Engineering

ME

C443

ME
ME

G511
G512

ME
ME

G532
G641

Quality Control Assurance and


Reliability
Mechanism and Robotics
Finite Element Methods
Elective

3
5
5
*

BITS G540
ME G611

Research Practice
Computer Aided Analysis and
Design
Elective
Elective

16

II

Machine Tool Engineering


Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity
Elective
Elective

5
5
*
*
16

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

4
5
*
*
15
16
or
20
16/20

M.E. Design Engineering


I

DE
ME
ME

G631
G511
G512

Materials Testing and Technology


Mechanism and Robotics
Finite Element Methods
Elective

5
5
5
*
18

BITS G540
ME G611

DE
DE

G531
G611

Product Design
Dynamics and Vibration
Elective
Elective

5
5
*
*
16

BITS

II

BITS

G629T

Research Practice
Computer Aided Analysis and Design
Elective
Elective

Dissertation
or
G639 Practice School

4
5
*
*
15
16
or
20
16/20

* Minimum 3 Units
Note: This is the suggested semesterwise pattern by the appropriate Senate appointed committee, subject to change if the situation
warrants.

IV-38

Pattern 1

Semesterwise Pattern for Students Admitted to Higher Degree Programmes in the First Semester

Year

First Semester
BITS C462
ME G533

I
ME

G621

ME
ME

G514
G515

II

M.E. Thermal Engineering


Renewable Energy
3
BITS G540
Conduction and Radiation Heat
ME G535
Transfer
5
Fluid Dynamics
5
Elective
*
16
Turbomachinery
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Elective
Elective

5
5
*
*
16

Second Semester

Research Practice
Convective Heat and Mass Transfer
Elective
Elective

4
5
*
*
15

BITS G629T Dissertation


or
BITS G639 Practice School

16
or
20
16/20

M. Pharma. Pharmacy
PHA

PHA
PHA

G532
G543
G612

Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

Quality Assurance and


Regulatory Affairs
Clinical Research
Pharmacokinetics and Clinical
Pharmacy
Elective

PHA

G532

PHA
PHA

G543
G612

PHA

G542

PHA

G617

II

5
5
5

BITS
PHA
PHA
PHA

G540
G611
G621
G632

Research Practice
Advanced Pharmacology
Advanced Medicinal Chemistry
Dosage Form Design

*
18
*
*
*
*
12

19
BITS G629T Dissertation
or
BITS G639 Practice School

5
*
*
*
14

16
or
20
16/20

M. Pharma. Pharmacy Pharmaceutics


Quality Assurance and
BITS G540 Research Practice
Regulatory Affairs
5
PHA G632 Dosage Form Design
Clinical Research
5
Elective
Pharmacokinetics and Clinical
Elective
Pharmacy
5
Advanced Physical
Pharmaceutics
5
20
Advanced Drug Delivery Systems
Elective
Elective
Elective

4
5
5
5

BITS G629T
BITS G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

4
5
*
*

15
16
or
20
16/20

M. Pharma. Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Chemistry

PHA
PHA

G522
G532

PHA
PHA

G541
G543

II

Chemistry of Macromolecules
Quality Assurance and
Regulatory Affairs
Computer Aided Drug Design
Clinical Research
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

4
5
5
5
19
*
*
*
*
12

BITS G540
PHA G611
PHA G621

Research Practice
Advanced Pharmacology
Advanced Medicinal Chemistry
Elective

4
5
5
*

BITS G629T

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

17

BITS G639

16/20

* Minimum 3 Units
Note: This is the suggested semesterwise pattern by the appropriate Senate appointed committee, subject to change if the
situation warrants.

IV-39

Pattern 1

Semesterwise Pattern for Students Admitted to Higher Degree Programmes in the First Semester

Year

First Semester

Second Semester

M.E. Software System


IS
SS
I

SS

C415
G514
G562

Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

II

II

Data Mining
Object Oriented Analysis and
Design
Software Engineering and
Management
Elective

MBA
MBA
MBA
MBA

C312
C314
C320
C321

MBA

C322

MBA
MBA
MBA

C411
C413
C415

MBA

C431

MBA
MBA

C422
C423

MBA

C424

MPH

G510

MPH

G512

MPH G513
BITS G515
MPH

G515

BITS G621
MPH G531
II

3
4

BITS G540
SS G515
SS G653

Research Practice
Data Ware Housing
Software Architecture
Elective

5
*
15
*
*
*
*
12

17
BITS G629T Dissertation
or
BITS G639 Practice School

4
4

16
or
20
16/20

Master of Business Administration


Managerial Economics
3
MBA C319 Negotiation Skills & Techniques
MBA C412 Human Resource Management
Business Structure & Processes
3
Managerial Skills
2
MBA C416 Corporate Finance & Taxation
Legal and Economic Environment
MBA C418 Marketing
of Business
4
MBA C419 Production & Operations
Management Framework and
Management
Functions
2
MBA C421 Supply Chain Management
Organizational Behaviour
4
MBA C471 Management Information Systems
Quantitative Methods
4
Financial & Management
4
Accounting
Managerial Communication
2
28
Business and Society
Business Policy & Strategic
Management
International Business
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective

4
5
5
*

BITS G561
BITS G560

Dissertation
or
Practice School

3
*
*
*
*
23

Master in Public Health


Biostatistics & Computers in
5
BITS G620
Public Health
MPH G521
Environmental and Occupational
4
MPH G522
Health
Public Health & Diseases
4
MPH G523
Management Principles and
4
MPH G692
Practices
MPH G613
Communication in Health Care
4
21
Professional Practice II
3
BITS G629T
Health Economics & Financial
Management
4
BITS G639
Elective
*
Elective
*
Elective
*
16

2
4
4
4
4
4
3

25
16
or
20

16/20
Professional Practice I
Health Care Management
Preventive Nutrition & Health
Promotion
Epidemic & Disaster Management
Epidemology
Health System and Society

Dissertation
or
Practice School

3
4
4
4
2
2
19
16
or
20

16/20

* Minimum 3 Units
Note: This is the suggested semesterwise pattern by the appropriate Senate appointed committee, subject to change if the
situation warrants.

IV-40

Pattern 1

Semester-wise Pattern for Students Admitted to M. Phil. Chemistry Programme in First Semester

Year

First Semester
BITS
CHEM
CHEM
CHEM

G659
G551
G553
G555

Technical Communication
Advanced Organic Chemistry
Advanced Physical Chemistry
Chemistry of Life Processes

BITS

G621

Professional Practice II
Elective
Elective
Elective

U
4
5
5
4

Second Semester
G620
G552
G554

Professional Practice I
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Physical Methods in Chemistry
Elective

3
5
5
3

BITS

G629T

BITS

G639

Dissertation
or
Practice School

16
or
20

18

II

3
*
*
*

BITS
CHEM
CHEM

16

12

16/20

* Minimum 3 units
Note:

This is a currently operative pattern as approved by the Senate-appointed committee, subject to change if the situation
warrants.

IV-41

LIST OF COURSES FOR M.E./M.PHARM./


MBA PROGRAMMES:
Biotechnology
Core Courses
BIO G512 Molecular Mechanism of
Gene Expression
BIO G523 Advanced and Applied
Microbiology
BIO G524 Animal Cell Technology
BIO G525 Environmental
Biotechnology and Waste
Management
BIO G542 Advanced Cell and
Molecular Biology
BIO G643 Plant Biotechnology
Elective Courses (any seven)
BIO C417
BIO C421
BIO C441
BIO C461

Biomolecular Modeling
Enzymology
Biochemical Engineering
Recombinant DNA
Technology
BIO G513 Microbial and Fermentation
Technology
BIO G514 Molecular Immunology
BIO G515 Stem Cell and Regenrative
Biology
BIO G522 Interferon Technology
BIO G532 Biostatistics and
Biomodelling
BIO G612 Human Genetics
BIO G631 Membrane and Liposome
Technology
BIO G632 Transgenic Technology
BIO G651 Protein and Enzyme
Bioengineering
BIO G661 Gene Toxicology
BIO G671 Bioconversion Technology
BITS C467 Bioethics and Biosafety
EA C414
Introduction to
Bioinformatics
BIO G526 Cancer Biology
BIO G642 Experimental Techniques

5
5
5
5

CHE G523
CHE G641

5
5

CHE C421
CHE C473
CHE G512

CHE G522
CHE G524
CHE G525

303
303
303
303
325
325
314
314
314
325
314
325
325

Advanced Chemical
Engineering Thermodynamics
Mathematical Methods in
Chemical Engineering
Reaction Engineering

CHE G526
CHE G527
CHE G528
CHE G529
CHE G532
CHE G551
CHE G617
CHE G618
CHE G619
CHE G620

Biochemical Engineering
Advanced Process Control
Petroleum Refining and
Petrochemicals
Environmental Management
Systems
Polymer Technology
Introduction to Multiphase
flow
Chemical Process and
Equipment Design
Nuclear Engineering
Energy Conservation and
Management
Introduction to Nano
Science & Technology
Paper and Pulp
Technology
Alternate Energy Resources
Advanced Separation
Technology
Petroleum Refinery
Engineering
Petroleum Downstream
Processing
Process Intensification
Energy Integration Analysis

5
5
303
314
314
325
314
314
314
314
314
314
314
314
325
325
325
325
314

Chemical with Specialization in Petroleum


Engineering

314
325
303
303

Core Courses

303
4*

CHE G622

CHE G616
CHE G617

CHE G523
5
5

Elective Courses (any six)

CHE G513

Chemical
Core Courses
CHE G613 Advanced Mass Transfer
CHE G614 Advanced Heat Transfer

CHE G622

CHE G618

IV-42

Petroleum Reservoir
Engineering
Petroleum Refinery
Engineering
Advanced Chemical
Engineering
Thermodynamics
Mathematical Methods in
Chemical Engineering
Petroleum Downstream
Processing

5
5
5

5
5

CHE G641 Reaction Engineering


Elective Courses (any six)
CHE C473
CHE G511
CHE G513

CE G526
CE G527
CE G528

314
314
325

CHE G613
CHE G614
CHE G619

Advanced Process Control


Fluidization Engineering
Environmental Management
Systems
Polymer Technology
Alternate Energy Resources
Advanced Separation
Technology
Advanced Mass Transfer
Advanced Heat Transfer
Process Intensification

CHE G620

Energy Integration Analysis

325

CE G529

Civil with Specialization in Infrastructure


Systems

CE G616
CE G618

CHE G522
CHE G532
CHE G551

314
314
325
325
325
325

Core Courses
CE G515

Fundamentals of Systems
Engineering
CE G523
Transportation Systems
Planning and Management
CE G525
Water Resources Planning
and Management
CE G619
Finite Element Analysis
CE G520
Infrastructure Planning and
Management
Elective Courses (any six)

BITS C494 Environmental Impact


Assessment
BITS C469 Financing Infrastructure
Projects
BITS C474 Rural Infrastructure Planning
CE G512 Topics in Environmental
Engineering
CE G513 Advanced Computational
Techniques
CE G516 Multicriteria Analysis in
Engineering
CE G517 Waste Management Systems
CE G522 Pavement Design,
Maintenance and
Management
CE G524 Urban Mass Transit Planning,
Operations and Management

4
4
4
5
4

314
303
303
314

CE G530
CE G531
CE G533
CE G542
CE G610

EA C442
IS C472

314
314
314
314
314
314
325
314
314
314
303
303

Core Courses
CE G551
CE G552

Dynamics of Structures
Advanced Structural
Mechanics and Stability
CE G617 Advanced Structural Analysis
CE G619 Finite Element Analysis
CE G615 Earthquake Engineering

4
4
4
5
4

Elective Courses (any six)


CE G511
CE G513

314

CE G514
CE G521

314

314

Civil with Specialization in Structural


Engineering

314

314
325

Systems Approach to Water


Resources Modelling
Construction Management
Selection of Construction
Equipment and Modelling
Design of Construction
Operation
Environmental Conservation
Advanced Composite
Materials for Structures
Water Resources and
Management
Computer Aided Analysis and
Design in Civil Engineering
Construction Project Control
Systems
Bridge Engineering
Design of Multi-storey
Structures
Remote Sensing and Image
Processing
Geographical Information
System

CE G532
CE G533
CE G553

IV-43

Matrix Method in Civil


Engineering
Advanced Computational
Techniques
Structural Optimization
Topics in Structural
Engineering
Advanced Soil Mechanics
Advanced Composite
Materials for Structures
Theory of Plates and Shells

325
314
314
325
314
314
314

CE G554
CE G610

CE G611
CE G612
CE G613
CE G614
CE G616
CE G618
CE G620
CE G621
CE G622
CE G623
CE G631

CE G641

Advanced Structural Design


Computer Aided Analysis
and Design in Civil
Engineering
Computer Aided Analysis
and Design
Advanced Steel Structures
Advanced Concrete
Structures
Prestressed Concrete
Structures
Bridge Engineering
Design of Multi-storey
Structures
Advanced Foundation
Engineering
Fluid Dynamics
Soil-Structure Interaction
Ground Improvement
Techniques
Selected Topics in Soil
Mechanics and Geotechnical
Engineering
Theory of Elasticity and
Plasticity

314
325

CE G537
325

CE G539

314
314

CE G543
CE G545
CE G546

314

BITS C494 Environmental Impact


Assessment
CE G520 Infrastructure Planning and
Management

CE G547

314
314

CE G548

314

CE G549
CE G616
CE G619

325
314
314

Selection of Construction
Equipment and Modeling
Transport Economics and
Finance
Introduction to Discrete
Choice Theory
Traffic Flow Theory
Airport Planning and Design
Highway Construction
Practices
Pavement Failures,
Evaluation and Rehabilitation
Pavement Management
Systems
Rural Road Technology
Bridge Engineering
Finite Element Analysis

314
314
4*
314
314
314
314
314
314
314
325

Civil with Specialization in Water


Resource Engineering
Core Courses

314

325

Civil with Specialization in Transportation


Engineering
Core Courses
CE G523 Transportation Systems
Planning and Management
CE G534 Pavement Material
Characterization
CE G535 Highway Geometric Design
CE G536 Traffic Engineering and Safety
CE G518 Pavement Analysis and
Design
CE G524 Urban Mass Transit Planning
Operations and Management
Elective Courses (any six)

CE G528

4
4
4
4
4
4

314
314

CE G526

Systems Approach to Water


Resources Modeling
CE G555 Remote Sensing and GIS in
Water Resources
CE G556 Advanced Computational
Hydraulics
CE G557 Stochastic Hydrology
CE G558 Advanced Groundwater
Hydrology
CE G559 Soft Computing in Water
Resources
Elective Courses (any five)
BITS C494 Environmental Impact
Assessment
CE G516
Multicriteria Analysis in
Engineering
CE G517
Waste Management Systems
CE G525
Water Resources Planning
and Management
CE G621
Fluid Dynamics
CE G560
Hydrologic Simulation
Laboratory
CE G561
Impact of Climate Change on
Water Resources and
Environment

IV-44

4
4
4
4
4
4

314
4
4
314
235
4
4

Communication Engineering
Core Courses
EEE C415 Digital Signal Processing #
EEE G581 RF and Microwave
Engineering
EEE G612 Coding Theory and Practice
EEE G591 Optical Communication
EEE G592 Mobile and Personal
Communication
EEE G622 Advanced Digital
Communication
Elective Courses (any five)
BITS G553
BITS G554
CS C461
CS G541
CS G553
CS G555
EA C415
EA C451
EA C473
EEE C414
EEE C472
EEE G510
EEE G512
EEE G521
EEE G582
EEE G613
EEE G626
EEE G627
IS C462
MEL G621

Real Time Systems


Data Compression
Computer Networks
Pervasive Computing
Reconfigurable Computing
Systems Specification and
Modeling
Introduction to MEMS
Internetworking Technologies
Multimedia Computing
Telecom Switching Systems
and Networks
Satellite Communication
RF Microelectronics
Embedded System Design
Optoelectronic Devices,
Circuits and Systems
Telecom Network
Management
Advanced Digital Signal
Processing
Hardware Software CoDesign
Network Embedded
Application
Network Programming
VLSI Design

CS G525
CS G526

4
5

CS C623

5
5
5

5
5
5

Elective Courses (any six)

314
314
303
4
5
334
4
303
303
303
303
5
314
325
325
5
4
4
303
325

Computer Science
Core Courses
CS G513
Network Security
CS G524
Advanced Computer
Architecture

Advanced Computer
Networks
Advanced Algorithms and
Complexity
Advanced Operating Systems

4
5

Machine Learning
Real-Time Systems
Data Mining
Parallel Computing
Data Storage and Networks
Pervasive Computing
Advance Compilation
Techniques
CS G553
Reconfigurable Computing
CS G554
Distributed Data Systems
CS G523
Software for Embedded
Systems
CS G612
Fault Tolerant System Design
EA C451
Internetworking Technologies
EA C461
Artificial Engineering
EA C473
Multimedia Computing
EEE G512 Embedded System Design
EEE G582 Telecom Network
management
EEE G627 Networked Embedded
Applications

BITS C464
BITS G553
CS C415
CS C422
CS C446
CS G541
CS G551

303
5
303
303
303
4
5
5
325
325
235
303
3
303
314
5
314

Design Engineering
Core Courses
DE G631
Materials Testing and
Technology
DE G531
Product Design
DE G611
Dynamics and Vibration
ME G511
Mechanism and Robotics
ME G512
Finite Element Methods
ME G611
Computer Aided Analysis and
Design

5
5
5
5
5

Elective Courses (any five)


DE G513
DE G514
DE G522
EA C415
ME G535

IV-45

Tribology
Fracture Mechanics
Design Projects
Introduction to MEMS
Advanced Engineering
Mathematics

325
325
325
314
325

ME G515

Computational Fluid
Dynamics
ME G521
Mechanical System Design
ME G532
Machine Tool Engineering
ME G641
Theory of Elasticity and
Plasticity
MSE G511 Mechatronics
MSE G531 Concurrent Engineering
MST G511 Nondestructive Testing
Techniques
MST G522 Advanced Composites
MST G531 Experimental Stress Analysis
Techniques

325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325

Electrical with specialization in Power


Electronics & Drives
Core Courses
EEE G541
EEE G542
EEE G543
EEE G545
EEE G552
EEE G546

Distribution Apparatus and


Configuration
Power Electronics Converter
Power Devices
Microelectronics and Selection
Control and Instrumentation
Systems
Solid State Drives
System Simulation

5
5
5

Renewable Energy
Photovoltaic Cells
Modern Control Systems
Advanced Power Systems
Steady State and Dynamics of
Electrical Motors
EEE G553 Utility Applications of Power
Electronics
EEE G554 Soft Switching Converter
Technologies
EEE G555 Transformer and Motor
Design
EEE G556 DSP based Implementation
Drivers
EEE G557 Drives for Electric Traction

Core Courses
BITS G512 Embedded System Design
BITS G553 Real Time Systems
CS G523
Software for Embedded
Systems
EEE G626 Hardware Software Co-Design
MEL G642 VLSI Architecture
Elective Courses (any six)
CS G541
CS G553
CS G611
CS C412
EA C415
EEE C415
EEE G613
EEE G625
EEE G627

5
5
5

Elective Courses (any five)


BITS C462
EA C472
EEE C422
EEE C462
EEE G544

Embedded Systems

MEL G621
MEL G623
MEL G624
MSE G511

Pervasive Computing
Reconfigurable Computing
Distributed Processing
Systems
Fault Tolerant System Design
Introduction to MEMS
Digital Signal Processing
Advanced Digital Signal
Processing
Safety Critical Embedded
System Design
Network Embedded
Application #
VLSI Design
Advanced VLSI Design
Advanced VLSI Architectures
Mechatronics

4
5
5
5
5
4
5
224
235
4
314
5
4
4
325
5
5
325

Manufacturing Systems Engineering


Core Courses
EA C412
325
303
303
303
303
303

Flexible Manufacturing
Systems
ME C443
Quality Control Assurance
and Reliability
ME G511
Mechanism and Robotics
MSE G521 World Class Manufacturing
ITEB G621 Supply Chain Management
MSE G512 Manufacturing Planning and
Control
Elective Courses (any five)
DE G522
MSE G511
MSE G513
MSE G514

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Design Projects
Mechatronics
Maintenance Engineering
Leadership and Managing
Change

4
3
5
5
4
5

325
325
314
314

MSE G531
ME G539
ME G535
ME G538

Concurrent Engineering
Computer Integrated
Manufacturing
Advanced Engineering
Mathematics
Toyota Production System

325
325

ME G621
Fluid Dynamics
Electives Courses (any five)

325

EA C415
EA C417

325

ME C461

Mechanical Engineering

ME G513

Core Courses
ME C443

Quality Control Assurance


and Reliability
ME G511
Mechanism and Robotics
ME G512
Finite Element Methods
ME G532
Machine Tool Engineering
ME G611
Computer Aided Analysis
and Design
ME G641
Theory of Elasticity and
Plasticity
Elective Courses (any five)
DE G513
DE G522
DE G611
EA C415
ME C472
ME G513
ME G514
ME G515

Tribology
Design Projects
Dynamics and Vibrations
Introduction to MEMS
Precision Engineering
Heating and Cooling of
Buildings
Turbomachinery
Computational Fluid
Dynamics
Heat Transfer
Advanced Enginering
Mathematics

ME G516

5
5
5
5

ME G535
ME G536
ME G537

303
5
5
5
5
5

Core Courses

325
325
325
314
303
325
325
325

MEL G611
MEL G621
MEL G631
MEL G632
MEL G642
CS G553
CS G562

Mechanical with specialization in Thermal


Engineering

EEE G626
MEL G512

3
5
5
5
5

IC Fabrication Technology
VLSI Design
Physics & Modeling of
Microelectronic Devices
Analog IC Design
CAD for IC Design

5
5
5
5
5

Elective Courses (any six)

EEE C415
EEE G510
EEE G512
EEE G613

Core Courses
BITS C462 Renewable Energy
ME G514
Turbomachinery
ME G515
Computational Fluid
Dynamics
ME G533
Conduction and Radiation
Heat Transfer
ME G535
Convective Heat and Mass
Transfer

4*
4*

Microelectronics
5

325
325

ME G631
ME G535

Introduction to MEMS
Micro-fluidics and its
Applications
Refrigeration & Airconditioning
Heating and Cooling of
Buildings
Energy Systems
Engineering
Advanced Engineering
Mathematics
Thermal Equipment Design
Cryogenic Engineering

MEL G612
MEL G623
MEL G625
MEL G626
MEL G642

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Reconfigurable Computing
Advanced Architecture and
Performance Evaluation
Digital Signal Processing
RF Microelectronics
Embedded System Design
Advanced Digital Signal
Processing
Hardware Software CoDesign
Optoelectronic Devices
Circuits and Systems
Integrated Electronics
Design
Advanced VLSI Design
Advanced Analog and
Mixed Signal Design
VLSI Test and Testability
VLSI Architectures

5
325
314
5
314
314
4
325
224
5
5
5
224

Pharmacy

PHA G617

Advanced Drug Delivery


Systems
PHA G632 Dosage Form Design
Elective Courses (any five)

5
5
5

BITS C467
PHA G611
PHA G613

PHA G614

PHA G616

303
303
314
314

PHA G619

Core Courses
PHA G532
PHA G543
PHA G611
PHA G612
PHA G621
PHA G632

Quality Assurance and


Regulatory Affairs
Clinical Research
Advanced Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics and
Clinical Pharmacy
Advanced Medicinal
Chemistry
Dosage Form Design

Elective Courses (any five)


BIO C417
BITS C467
PHA G512
PHA G521
PHA G541
PHA G542
PHA G613
PHA G614
PHA G615
PHA G616

PHA G619

PHA G622
PHA G642

Biomolecular Modeling
Bioethics and Biosafety
Chemistry of Natural Drugs
Molecular Biology and
Immunology
Computer Aided Drug
Design
Advanced Physical
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical
Biotechnology
Clinical Pharmacy and
Therapeutics
Pharmacy Practice
Pharmaceutical
Administration and
Management
Screening Methods &
Techniques in
Pharmacology
Chemistry of Natural Drugs
and Macromolecules
Lab Projects

325
325
325
325
325
325

5*

325
6

M.Pharm. with specialization in


Pharmaceutics
Core Courses
PHA G532 Quality Assurance and
Regulatory Affairs
PHA G543 Clinical Research
PHA G612 Pharmacokinetics and
Clinical Pharmacy
PHA G542 Advanced Physical
Pharmaceutics

5
5
5
5

PHA G642

Bioethics and Biosafety


Advanced Pharmacology
Pharmaceutical
Biotechnology
Clinical Pharmacy and
Therapeutics
Pharmaceutical
Administration and
Management
Screening Methods &
Techniques in Pharmacology
Lab Projects

5
5
303
235
325
325
325

5*
6

M.Pharm. with specialization in


Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Core Courses
PHA G522

Chemistry of
Macromolecules
PHA G532 Quality Assurance and
Regulatory Affairs
PHA G541 Computer Aided Drug Design
PHA G543 Clinical Research
PHA G611 Advanced Pharmacology
PHA G621 Advanced Medicinal
Chemistry
Elective Courses (any five)
BITS C467 Bioethics and Biosafety
PHA G512 Chemistry of Natural Drugs
PHA G612 Pharmacokinetics and
Clinical Pharmacy
PHA G613 Pharmaceutical
Biotechnology
PHA G618 Reterosynthetic Analysis
PHA G619 Screening Methods &
Techniques in Pharmacology
PHA G642 Lab Projects

4
5
5
5
5
5

303
314
325
325
325
5*
6

Software Systems
Core Courses

IS C415
SS G514

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Data Mining
Object Oriented Analysis
and Design

3
4

SS G562

Software Engineering and


Management
SS G515
Data Ware Housing
SS G653
Software Architecture
Elective Courses (any six)
BITS C481
BITS G553
CS C422
CS G541
CS G523
EA C451
EA C473
IS C462
SS G513
SS G551
SS G552
SS G554

Computer Networks
Real-Time Systems
Parallel Computing
Pervasive Computing
Software for Embedded
Systems
Internetworking
Technologies
Multimedia Computing
Network Programming
Network Security
Advance Compilation
Techniques
Software Testing
Methodologies
Distributed Data Systems

MBA C422
MBA C423

5
5
5

MBA C424
MBA C431
MBA C471

303
5
303
4
325

MBA C319
MBA C320
MBA C321
MBA C322
MBA C411
MBA C412
MBA C413
MBA C415
MBA C416
MBA C418
MBA C419
MBA C421

4
2*
4

For Engineering & Technology Management


BITS C468
BITS C489
BITS C493

303
303
303
314
5

EA C475
FIN C413
MBA C414
MBA C425
MBA C429
MBA C437

4
325

Core Courses
Managerial Economics
Business Structure and
Processes
Negotiation Skills and
Techniques
Managerial Skills
Legal and Economic
Environment of Business
Management Framework
and Functions
Organizational Behavior
Human Resource
Management
Quantitative Methods
Financial and Management
Accounting
Corporate Finance and
Taxation
Marketing
Production and Operations
Management
Supply Chain Management

4
4

Elective Courses

Master of Business Administration


MBA C312
MBA C314

Business and Society


Business Policy and
Strategic Management
International Business
Managerial Communication
Management Information
Systems

3
3*
202
2
4*

MBA C451
MBA C454
MBA C482
MBA C483
MBA G512
MBA G522
MBA G523
MBA G552
MBA G622

202

New Venture Creation


Enterprise Resource Planning
Business Analysis and
Valuation
Financial Engineering
Risk Management and
Insurance
Technology Management
R & D Management
Recent Advances in ETM
Security Analysis and
Portfolio Management
Internetworking Technologies
Project Appraisal
Creating and Leading
Entrepreneurial Organization
Marketing Research
Manufacturing Strategy
Total Quality Management
Project Management
Total Productive Maintenance
Software Project
Management

303
303
303
303
303
303
303
4
303
303
303
303
303
4
4
4
4
4

For IT Enabled Services Management


4
4

BITS C468
BITS C489

4
4

BITS C493

EA C474
FIN C413

4
4

MBA C426

MBA C427

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New Venture Creation


Enterprise Resource
Planning
Business Analysis and
Valuation
Retail Management Systems
Risk Management and
Insurance
Database Management
Systems
e-Business and Internet
Marketing

303
303
303
303
303
4
4

MBA C428
MBA C433
MBA C436
MBA C437
MBA C451
MBA C454
MBA C482
MBA C481
MBA C488
MBA G622

Internet Security and


Cyber-laws
Advertising and Sales
Promotion
Strategic Financial
Management
Security Analysis and
Portfolio Management
Internetworking
Technologies
Project Appraisal
Creating and Leading
Entrepreneurial Organization
Expert Systems
Services Management
System
Software Project
Management

MPH G540

303

MPH G661
MPH G665

303

MPH G681

303

BITS C467
MPH C431
MPH G535
MPH G537
MPH G538
MPH G539

5
3
3

Core Courses

303

CHEM G551 Advanced Organic


Chemistry
CHEM G552 Advanced Inorganic
Chemistry
CHEM G553 Advanced Physical
Chemistry
CHEM G554 Physical Methods in
Chemistry
CHEM G555 Chemistry of Life Processes

303
303
4
303
4

5*
5*
5*
5*
5*

Elective Courses (any four)


BIO G513

Core Courses
Management Principles and
Practices
MPH G510 Biostatistics & Computers in
Public Health
MPH G512 Environmental &
Occupational Health
MPH G513 Public Health & Diseases
MPH G515 Communication in Health Care
MPH G521 Health Care Management
MPH G522 Preventive Nutrition & Health
Promotion
MPH G523 Epidemic & Disaster
Management
MPH G531 Health Economics &
Financial Management
MPH G613 Health Systems and Society
MPH G692 Epidemiology
Elective Courses (any three)

M.Phil. Chemistry

Master in Public Health


BITS G515

Role of Voluntary
Bodies/NGOs in Public Health
Research Methodology I
Hospital Operations
Management
Strategic Management

4*

BITS G654

CHEM C412

CHEM C422
CHEM C431

4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2

Bioethics and Biosafety


303
Accounting & Finance
4
Family & Community Health
3
Measures
Law & Ethics in Public Health
3
Telemedicine
3
Inter-sectoral co-ordination in
3
Health Services

CHEM G513
CHEM G521
CHEM G531
CHEM G541
CHEM G556
CHEM G557
CHEM G558
CHEM G559
CHEM G561
CHEM G562
CHEM G563

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Microbial and Fermentation


5*
Technology
Advanced Instrumentation
5*
Techniques
Photochemistry and Laser
303
Spectroscopy
Statistical Thermodynamics 3 0 3
Stereochemistry and
303
Reaction Mechanism
Advanced Nuclear and Radio
5*
Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
5*
Recent Advances in
5*
Chemistry
Chemical Applications of
5*
Group Theory
Catalysis
4*
Solid Phase Synthesis and
4*
Combinatorial Chemistry
Electronic Structure Theory
5*
Bioinorganic Chemistry
4*
Heterocyclic Chemistry
5*
Solid State Chemistry
4*
Advanced Statistical
5*
Mechanics

EEE C432
PHA G621

Medical Instrumentation
Advanced Medicinal
Chemistry

ECON G541

303
235

ENGL G511

HDCC is empowered to add the following course


as a deficiency course on case by case basis if
the student is found to be deficient in
Mathematics.

ENGL G512
ENGL G513
ENGL G521

CHEM C453 Mathematics for Chemists

ENGL G522
ENGL G531
ENGL G541
ENGL G551

4*

* This is the total units and its break-up in terms of


lectures and practical/seminars/project may be
announced from time to time through the
timetable.

LIST OF GENERAL/SPECIAL COURSES


FOR M.PHIL. PROGRAMMES
BIO G511
BIO G522
BIO G541
BIO G551
BITS G511
BITS G513
BITS G514
BITS G644
BITS G654
CHEM G511
CHEM G513
CHEM G521
CHEM G531
CHEM G541
CHEM G551
CHEM G552
ECON G511

ECON G521
ECON G531

Population and
Quantitative Genetics
Interferon Technology
Neural Network Analysis
Membrane Biology
Advanced Project
Study in Advanced Topics
Environmental Health
Development and use of
Computer Software
Advanced Instrumentation
Techniques
Nuclear and Radio
Chemistry
Advanced Nuclear and
Radiochemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Recent Advances in
Chemistry
Chemical Applications of
Group Theory
Advanced Organic
Chemistry
Advanced Inorganic
Chemistry
Dynamic Modelling and
Control of National
Economies
Modern Cost Engineering
Theory of Macroeconomic
Policy

5
224
5
5
5
5
303
5

ENGL G561
ENGL G571
ENGL G581
ENGL G591
ENGL G611
ET G511

ET G521
ET G531
ET G541
HUM G511

MATH G511

MATH G512

5
5
5
5
5
5

5
5

MATH G521
MATH G531
MATH G541
MATH G611
MATH G612
MATH G621
MATH G622
MATH G632
MATH G642
MGTS G511
MGTS G521

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Economic Systems
5
Analysis
Growth of the English
5
Language
Language and S & T
5
Social Impact of S & T
5
Principles of Language
5
Teaching
Aesthetics and Technology
5
Applied Linguistics
5
Interpretation of Literature
5
Information Technology
5
Lab. I
Information Technology
5
Lab. II
Applied Communication I
5
Applied Communication II
5
Project Formulation and
5
Preparation
Twentieth Century English
5
Literature
Science and Technology
5
Dynamics
Hi-Tech Management
5
Systems Engineering
5
Overview of Technology
5
Introduction to Health
303
System
Design and Analysis of
5
Algorithms
5
Selected Topics in
Advanced Mathematics for
Engineering Situations
Applied Functional Analysis
5
Number Theory
5
Advanced Methods in
5
Discrete Mathematics
Algebraic Number Theory
5
Riemann Surfaces
5
Fibre Bundles
5
Algebraic Geometry
5
Lie Groups & Lie Algebras
5
Complex Manifolds
5
Advanced Marketing
5
Theories and Advertising
Business Policy - Structure
5
and Organization

MGTS G531

MGTS G541

MGTS G551
MGTS G561
PHY G511
PHY G521
PHY G531
PHY G541
SKILL G611
SKILL G612
SKILL G621
SKILL G622
SKILL G631
SKILL G632
SKILL G641
SKILL G642
SKILL G651

SKILL G652

SKILL G661
SKILL G662

Recent Advances in
Organization Behaviour
Theory
Management Information
and Decision Support
Systems
Frontiers in Financial
Management
Institutional Finance &
Project Appraisal
Theoretical Physics
Nuclear and Particle
Physics
Selected Topics in Solid
State Physics
Physics of Semiconductor
Devices
Computer Operation and
Software Development I
Computer Operation and
Software Development II
Computer Maintenance I
Computer Maintenance II
Professional
Communication I
Professional
Communication II
Modern Experimental
Methods I
Modern Experimental
Methods II
Techniques in
Development
Management I
Techniques in
Development
Management II
Research Methodology I
Research Methodology II

5
5
5
5

Research Project II
Professional Practice
Professional Practice I
Professional Practice II
Dissertation
Practice School
Reading Course

6
4
3
3
25 (Max.)
20
5

NOTE: Courses with 4 level numbers given above


are advanced level electives from the offering of
the Integrated First Degree programmes.

COMMON POOL OF ELECTIVES FOR


HIGHER DEGREES

BITS G513 Study in Advanced Topics

BITS G649 Reading Course

5
5
5
5
5

NOTE: The courses from this pool will be


available as electives to all higher degree
students subject to approval from higher degree
counseling committee.

Ph.D. PROGRAMME
Structure
1. Course Work

5
5
5
5

The various categories of courses, for the whole


possible range of input of Ph.D. students are
described in the Academic Regulations. In most
cases, this course work would consist of courses
which are required to be completed for a higher
degree programme of the Institute. Further, the
qualifying examination would also be conducted
on the basis of these courses. Departures from
these normal situations are described in the
Academic Regulations.
2. Ph.D. Qualifying Examination
3. Foreign Language when required

5
5

COMMON COURSES FOR HIGHER


DEGREES
Technical Communication
Research Project I

G539
G619
G620
G621
G629T
G639
G649

All courses given above are unstructured. Actual


structuring will be done from time to time.

BITS C437
BITS G529

BITS
BITS
BITS
BITS
BITS
BITS
BITS

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6

The foreign language will be prescribed as an


eligibility requirement for the Ph.D. only when the
supervisor and/or the Dean Research &
Consultancy have made recommendations for the
same justifying its need for the particular topic of
research and the literature available and this
recommendation has been accepted by the
Research Board. Otherwise English or an Indian
language, as the case may be, would suffice the
requirement of the foreign language.

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4.

Teaching Practice/Practice Lecture


Series

BITS C791T Teaching Practice I

BITS C792T Teaching Practice II

The above two separate and independent


courses, to be taken one at a time, are designed
and operated to provide cumulative experience for
a Ph.D. student in the practice of teaching.
BITS E793T Practice Lecture Series I
BITS E794T Practice Lecture Series II

1
1

These two courses are in lieu of the two courses


viz. Teaching Practice I and II respectively, and
are to be taken one at a time. These are designed
and operated to provide cumulative experience for
a Ph.D. student in the Practice of teaching in his
own professional setting where it is not feasible to
operate the teaching practice courses. The
student will deliver a predetermined series of
technical talks before a professional audience as
approved by Dean R&C.
5. Seminar/Independent Study
1. BITS C797T Ph.D. Seminar (Min) 2
While the total minimum number of units is 2,
registration is done for one unit in each
semester/term until the submission of the thesis.
2. BITS C790T Independent Study (Min) 2
A student may be asked to register in this course
in lieu of BITS C797T by Dean, Research &
Consultancy if situation so warrants. While the
total number of units is 2, registration is done for
one unit in each semester/term until the
submission of the thesis.
6. Thesis
BITS C799T Ph.D. Thesis

(Min) 40

While the total minimum units assigned to this


course are 40, the distribution of the units
between different semesters/terms would be
determined by the Dean, Research &
Consultancy.
7. General
The `Doctoral Counselling Committee (DCC)'
consisting of (i) Dean, Research & Consultancy
Division (Convenor), (ii) Dean, Academic

Registration & Counselling Division (iii) Dean,


Instruction Division (iv) Dean, Practice School
Division (v) Dean, Work Integrated Learning
Programmes Division, and (vi) Two members
nominated by the Senate monitors the academic
progress of Ph.D. students similar to the
monitoring of academic progress of students of
integrated First Degree and Higher Degree
programmes by the ACB. The decisions of the
DCC are reported to the Research Board and the
Senate.
A Doctoral Advisory Committee (DAC) is
appointed by the Dean, R & C for each candidate
admitted to the Ph.D. programme. This committee
consists of at least two faculty members from the
broad area in which the candidate opts to pursue
the Ph.D., besides the Dean, R&C.

Ph.D. Aspirants Scheme for Professionals


This programme enables experienced personnel
and professionals working in industries and R&D
organisations to work for a Ph.D. degree of the
Institute in their respective work environment. This
makes it possible for practicing professionals to
be offered the same challenges that are
traditionally offered to teachers in universities.
Candidates, sponsored by their organizations,
work for the Ph.D. degree without any dislocation
from their work environment on research
problems relevant to their organizations.
Admission to this programme is done through what
is known as Ph.D. Aspirants Scheme. Ph.D.
Aspirants will be first asked to write the qualifying
examination. The Ph.D. qualifying examination
will always be based on the courses of one of the
higher degree programmes of the institute.
Whenever a Ph.D. Aspirant already possesses a
degree equivalent to a higher degree of the
institute, the qualifying examination for him will be
based on such a degree. The institute recognizes
that there may be professionals who might not
possess a degree equivalent to a higher degree of
the institute, but has gained knowledge and skills
through
experience
(substantiated
by
documentary evidence), which could be treated
as equivalent to one of the higher degrees of the
institute. For convenience of operation, for these
cases, the institute has devised a higher degree
programme called M.Phil (Applied) with courses
that could be used for designing the qualifying
examination for such candidates.

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A list of courses for M.Phil.(Applied) is given


below, from which a minimum number of 8
courses are to be chosen.

BITS E548 Public Administration II

BITS E551 Physical and Mathematical


Sciences I

M.Phil. (Applied)

BITS E552 Physical and Mathematical


Sciences II

BITS E511 Computer Applications I

BITS E512 Computer Applications II

BITS E561 Use of English for


Professional Purposes I

BITS E521 Technical Communication I


BITS E522 Technical Communication II

4
4

BITS E562 Use of English for


Professional Purposes II

BITS E531 Social, Behavioral & Economic


Sciences I

BITS E571 Methods of Planning and


Development I

BITS E532 Social Behavioral &


Economic Sciences II

BITS E572 Methods of Planning and


Development II

BITS E533 Modern Experimental


Techniques-I

BITS E573 Study in Advanced Topics I

BITS E574 Study in Advanced Topics II

BITS E534 Modern Experimental


Techniques II

BITS E583 Case Studies I

BITS E535 Management Methods &


Techniques I

BITS E584 Case Studies II

4
4

BITS E536 Management Methods &


Techniques II
BITS E537 Systems Sciences and
Engineering I

BITS E591 Science and Technology


Development I
BITS E592 Science and Technology
Development II

BITS E593 Reading Course I

BITS E594 Reading Course II

BITS E538 Systems Science and


Engineering II

BITS E611 Internship I

20

BITS E541 Chemical and Life Science I

BITS E612 Internship II

20

BITS E542 Chemical and Life Science II

BITS E661 Research Methodology I

BITS E543 Instrumentation Engineering I

BITS E662 Research Methodology II

BITS E544 Instrumentation


Engineering II

BITS E545 Project and Consultancy I

BITS E546 Project and Consultancy II

BITS E547 Public Administration I

Note: No direct admission to M.Phil.(Applied) will


be done. Courses described above will be used for
students admitted to the Ph.D. programmes under
the Ph.D. Aspirant Scheme.

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