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ProgrammeSpecifications

B.Tech.Programme

Programme:MechanicalEngineering
Department:MechanicalandManufacturing
Engineering

FacultyofEngineering&Technology
M.S.RamaiahUniversityofAppliedSciences
UniversityHouse,NewBELRoad,MSRNagar,Bangalore560054
www.msruas.ac.in

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B.Tech. [Mech.Engg.] CourseSpecifications2014


COURSESPECIFICATIONS:MECHANICALENGINEERING

Faculty
Department
Course
DeanofFaculty
HeadofDepartment
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EngineeringandTechnology(FET)
MechanicalandManufacturingEngineering
MechanicalEngineering
Prof.H.K.Narahari
Prof.Arulanantham

TitleoftheAward
B.Tech.inMechanicalEngineering
ModesofStudy
FullTime
AwardingInstitution/Body
M.S.RamaiahUniversityofAppliedSciences
JointAward
NotApplicable
TeachingInstitution
FacultyofEngineeringandTechnology,
M.S.RamaiahUniversityofAppliedSciences
DateofCourseSpecifications
February2014
DateofCourseApprovalbytheAcademicCouncilofMSRUAS
April2014
NextReviewDate:
March2018
CourseApprovingRegulatingBodyandDateofApproval

CourseAccreditedBodyandDateofAccreditation

GradeAwardedbytheAccreditationBody

CourseAccreditationValidity

CourseBenchmark
N/A
RationalefortheProgramme
Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest disciplines of engineering. Designing and
manufacturingofmechanicalmachineryandequipmenthavebeenthereworldoverformany
centuries.MechanicalEngineering is a foundational discipline, criticalto the success of many
enterprises. It plays a key role in energy, transportation, development of infrastructure and
manufacturingofconsumerdurables.
Presently,mechanicalengineersarecontributinginresearchanddevelopmentpertainingto
environmentalandbiomedicalfields.Mechanicalengineersareresponsibleforselectionand
processingofecofriendlymaterialsandprocesses,designandfabricationofmedicaldevices
andprosthesestoimprovequalityoflife.
ThemechanicalengineeringprogrammeatFacultyofEngineeringandTechnologyatMSRUAS
has been developed by the members of the faculty based on their teaching experience and
longstandinginteractionswithvariousuniversitiesandindustriesinIndiaandabroad.
The curriculum is outcome based and helps students to develop critical thinking abilities and
imbibe relevant practical skills for a smooth transition from academics to reallife work

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environment. Opportunities are provided for the students to do their internship in India or
abroaddependingontheirpreferences.
ThealumniofthefacultyholdrespectedpositionsinindustryandbusinessinIndiaandabroad.
Thefacultyinteractswiththeindustryandbusinessofferingengineeringandconsultancy,
productdesignanddevelopmentservicesalongwithtrainingmodulestopracticing
professionals.Thefacultyinteractswithmorethan150companiesinpublicandprivatesectors
includingOEMsspreadacrossIndia.Theabovementionedfeaturesoftheprogrammeandthe
facultymembersstrongfootinginindustryandbusinessmaketheprogrammeunique.The
studentadmittedtotheprogrammeinmechanicalengineeringisgivenastrongfoundationin
reallifeproblemsolvingwhichisquiterarewithmanyinstitutionsofferingsimilarprogramme.
ProgrammeMission
The purpose of the programme is creation of innovative problem solvers in multidisciplinary
settings, entrepreneurs and leaders applyingthe knowledge, understanding,cognitive abilities,
practicalskillsandtransferrableskillsgainedthroughsystematic,flexibleandrigorouslearningin
thechosenacademicdomain
GraduateAttributes
1. Abilitytoapplyknowledgeofmathematics,science,andEngineeringfundamentalsto
solvecomplexproblemsinengineering
2. Abilitytoanalyse engineeringproblems,interpretdataandarriveatmeaningful
conclusionsinvolvingmathematicalinferences
3. Abilitytodesignanengineeringsystem,component,orprocesstomeetdesiredneeds
consideringpublichealthandsafety,andthecultural,societal,andenvironmental
considerations
4. Abilitytounderstandandsolvecomplexengineeringproblemsbyconducting
experimentalinvestigations
5. Abilitytoapplyappropriatetoolsandtechniquesandunderstandutilizationof
resourcesappropriatelytocomplexengineeringactivities
6. Abilitytounderstandtheeffectofengineeringsolutionsonlegal,cultural,socialand
publichealthandsafetyaspects
7. Abilitytodevelopsustainablesolutionsandunderstandtheireffectonsocietyand
environment
8. Abilitytoapplyethicalprinciplestoengineeringpracticesandprofessional
responsibilities
9. Abilitytoworkasamemberofateam,toplanandtointegrateknowledgeofvarious
engineeringdisciplinesandtoleadteamsinmultidisciplinarysettings
10. Abilitytomakeeffectiveoralpresentationsandcommunicatetechnicalideastoa
broadaudienceusingwrittenandoralmeans
11. Ability to lead and manage multidisciplinary teams by applying engineering and
managementprinciples
12.Abilitytoadapttothechangesandadvancementsintechnologyandengagein
independentandlifelonglearning

ProgrammeGoal
Theprogrammegoalistoproducegraduateswithcritical,analyticalandproblemsolvingskills,
andabilitytothinkindependently,topursueacareerinMechanicalEngineering.

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ProgrammeObjectives
The Mechanical Engineering degree programme will impart knowledge of mechanical systems
and their sub systems; enhances the understanding of underlying engineering principles that
governthebehaviorofmechanicalsystems;teachanalyticalmodeling,simulationandanalysisto
studythebehaviorofmechanicalsystems;providetheskillstodesign,buildandtestmechanical
systems. It also trains students on personal development and interactive skills with a feel for
society.
Theobjectivesoftheprogrammeare:
1. Toimpartknowledgeonmechanicalsystemsandtheirsubsystems
2. Tofacilitate the understanding of underlying engineering principles of mechanical
systemstoexplaintheirconstructionandworking
3. Tomodel,simulateandanalyze the behaviorofmechanicalsystemstopredictand
improvetheirperformance
4. Todesignanddevelopprototypesofmechanicalsystemstomeetthespecificneeds
5. Toinstrumentandtestofmechanicalsystemsforvalidation
6. Totrainstudentsoncommercialsoftwaretoolstodesign,model,simulatemechanical
systems
7. Totrainstudentsonmanufactureandproductionofmechanicalsystems
8. Toeducateonprofessionalethics,economics,socialsciencesandinterpersonalskills
relevanttoprofessionalpractice
9. Toprovideageneralperspectiveonlifelonglearningandopportunitiesforacareerin
industry,businessand commerce
ProgrammeIntendedLearning Outcomes

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Theintendedlearningoutcomesarelistedunderfourheadings:
1.KnowledgeandUnderstanding,2.Cognitiveskills3.Practicalskillsand
4.Capability/Transferableskills.
KnowledgeandUnderstanding
Afterundergoingthisprogramme,astudentwillbeableto
KU1:Identifyanddescribethevarioussystemsofrelevancetomechanicalengineering
KU2:Explaintheunderlyingscienceandengineeringprinciplesthatgovernthe
systems/processesrelevanttomechanicalengineering
KU3:Compareandcontrastnewertechnologiesovertheexistingtechnologies
KU4:Collect,classifyandinterpretinformationrelevanttomechanicalengineering
CognitiveSkills
Afterundergoingthisprogramme,astudentwillbeableto
CS1:DesignMechanicalsystems/processesbasedonthedesiredfunction
CS2:Modelandsimulatemechanicalsystemstoanalyzethebehavior
CS3:Modifytheexistingdesign/processestomeetnewerrequirements
CS4:Applyscienceandengineeringprinciplestoevaluateperformanceof
mechanicalsystemsand answerwhatifquestions

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PracticalSkills
Afterundergoingthisprogramme,astudentwillbeableto
PS1:Manufacture/Fabricatemechanicalcomponentsandassemblethesystem
PS2:Instrumentasystemandtestforitsperformance
PS3:Operateandmaintainamechanicalsystemforefficientandsafeoperations
PS4:Program/Controlamechanicalsystemtodeliverdesiredlevelofperformance

CapabilitySkills/TransferrableSkills

Afterundergoingtheprogramme,astudentwillbeableto
TS1:Manageinformation,developtechnicalreportsandmakepresentations
TS2:Build,ManageandLeadateamtosuccessfullycompleteaprojectand
communicateacrossteamsandorganizationstoachieveprofessional
objectives
TS3:Workundervariousconstraintstomeetprojecttargets
TS4:Adopttothechosenprofessionbycontinuouslyupgradinghis/herknowledge
andunderstandingthroughLifelongLearningphilosophy

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20. ProgrammeStructure
Semester1,PhysicsCycle[ME,E&CBranches]

S.No.

Code

1
2

BSC101A
BSC102A

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)
3
3

Mathematics1
EngineeringPhysics
Elementsof
3
ESC101A Mechanical
3
Engineering
ElementsofElectronics
4
ESC102A
3
Engineering
5
ESC103A EngineeringDrawing
1
EngineeringPhysics
6
BSC103A
0
Laboratory
BasicWorkshop
7
ESC104A
0
Practice
BasicElectronics
8
ESC105A
0
Laboratory
SociologyandElements
9
HSC101A ofIndianHistoryfor
2
Engineers
Technical
10 MCC101A Communicationand
2
SoftSkills
Total
17
Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum

Tutorials
(h/W/S)
2
2

Practical
(h/W/S)
0
0

Total
Credits
4
4

Max.
Marks
100
100

100

100

100

50

50

50

50

50

6
33 hours
20

10

25

Maximum

750
25

Semester2
S.No.

Code

1
2

BSC104A
BSC105A

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)
3
4

Mathematics2
EngineeringChemistry
ConstructionMaterials
3
ESC106A andEngineering
3
Mechanics
ElementsofElectrical
4
ESC107A
3
Engineering
ElementsofComputer
5
ESC108A
3
ScienceandEngineering
ComputerProgramming
6
ESC109A
0
Laboratory
7
BSC106A ChemistryLaboratory
0
BasicElectrical
8
ESC110A
0
Laboratory
Business
9
HSC102A Communicationand
2
PresentationSkill
10 MCC102A EnvironmentalStudies
2
Total
20
Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum

Tutorials
(h/W/S)
2
0

Practical
(h/W/S)
0
0

Total
Credits
4
4

Max.
Marks
100
100

100

100

100

50

50

50

50

0
8
34 hours
22

0
6

2
27

50
750

Maximum

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Semester1,ChemistryCycle[CE,CSEandEEEBranches]
S.No.

Code

1
2

BSC101A
BSC105A

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)
3
4

Mathematics1
EngineeringChemistry
ConstructionMaterials
3
ESC106A andEngineering
3
Mechanics
ElementsofElectrical
4
ESC107A
3
Engineering
ElementsofComputer
5
ESC108A
3
ScienceandEngineering
ComputerProgramming
6
ESC109A
0
Laboratory
7
BSC106A ChemistryLaboratory
0
BasicElectrical
8
ESC110A
0
Laboratory
Business
9
HSC102A Communicationand
2
PresentationSkill
10 MCC102A EnvironmentalStudies
2
Total
20
Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum

Tutorials
(h/W/S)
2
0

Practical
(h/W/S)
0
0

Total
Credits
4
4

Max.
Marks
100
100

100

100

100

50

50

50

50

0
8
34 hours
22

0
6

2
27

50
750

Tutorials
(h/W/S)
2
2

Maximum

27

Practical
(h/W/S)
0
0

Total
Credits
4
4

Max.
Marks
100
100

100

100

100

50

50

50

50

50

6
33 hours
20

10

Semester2
S.No.

Code

1
2

BSC104A
BSC102A

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)
3
3

Mathematics2
EngineeringPhysics
Elementsof
3
ESC101A Mechanical
3
Engineering
ElementsofElectronics
4
ESC102A
3
Engineering
5
ESC103A EngineeringDrawing
1
EngineeringPhysics
6
BSC103A
0
Laboratory
BasicWorkshop
7
ESC104A
0
Practice
BasicElectronics
8
ESC105A
0
Laboratory
SociologyandElements
9
HSC101A ofIndianHistoryfor
2
Engineers
Technical
10 MCC101A Communicationand
2
SoftSkills
Total
17
Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum

25

Maximum

750
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Semester3
S.No.

Code

CourseTitle

1
2
3

Theory
(h/W/S)
3
3
3

BSC207A Mathematics3
ESC201A MaterialsScience
MEC201A StrengthofMaterials
Engineering
4
MEC202A
3
Thermodynamics
5
MEC203A FluidMechanics
3
StrengthofMaterials
6
MEC204A
0
Laboratory
FluidMechanics
7
MEC205A
0
Laboratory
8
MEC206A MachineDrawing
0
MaterialsScience
9
ESC202A
0
Laboratory
HumanRightsand
10 MCC201A
2
LegislativeProcedures
Total
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Totalnumberofcontacthoursper week
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum

Tutorials
(h/W/S)
2
0
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Practical
(h/W/S)
0
0
0

Total
Credits
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3
4

Max.
Marks
100
100
100

100

100

50

50

100

50

50

6
33hours
20

10

25

Maximum

800
25

Semester4
S.No.

Code

1
2

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)
3
3

BSC208A Mathematics4
MEC207A Turbomachinery
Kinematicsof
3
MEC208A
3
Machinery
MEC209A Manufacturing
4
3

Processes1
Mechanical
5
MEC210A Measurementsand
4
Metrology
6
HSC201A LawforEngineers
2
Measurementsand
7
MEC211A
0
MetrologyLaboratory
Turbomachinery
8
MEC212A
0
Laboratory
FoundryandForging
9
MEC213A
0
Lab
Mechanismsand
10 MEC214A KinematicsSimulation
0
Laboratory
Total
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Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum

Tutorials
(h/W/S)
2
2

Practical
(h/W/S)
0
0

Total
Credits
4
4

Max.
Marks
100
100

100

100

100

50

50

50

50

50

4
30 hours
19

24

Maximum

750
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Semester5
S.No.

Code

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)

Applied
2
Thermodynamics1
2
MEC302A DynamicsofMachinery
3
ControlSystems
3
MEC303A
4
Engineering
DesignofMachine
4
MEC304A
3
Elements1
5
HSC301A EconomicsforEngineers
2
Manufacturing
6
MEC305A
3
Processes2
7
MEC306A MachineShop1
0
Dynamicsand
8
MEC307A
0
SimulationLaboratory
ControlSystems
9
MEC308A
0
Laboratory
Applied
10 MEC309A
0
ThermodynamicsLab1
Total
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Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum
1

MEC301A

Tutorials
(h/W/S)

Practical
(h/W/S)

Total
Credits

Max.
Marks

100

100

100

100

50

100

50

50

50

50

6
31 hours
19

08

24

Maximum

750
24

Semester6
S.No.

Code

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)

Applied
2
Thermodynamics2
DesignofMachine
2
MEC311A
3
Elements2
3
MEC312A IndustrialEngineering
4
ProfessionalCore
4
MEEXXXA
4
Elective1
ProfessionalCore
5
MEEXXXA
4
Elective2
Applied
6
MEC313A
0
ThermodynamicsLab2
7
MEC314A MachineShop2
0
ProjectWork
8
MECP31A
0
1/Internship
Total
17
Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum
1

MEC310A

Tutorials
(h/W/S)

Practical
(h/W/S)

Total
Credits

Max.
Marks

100

100

100

100

100

50

50

16

100

4
41 hours
24

20

29

Maximum

700
29

Note:InternshipcanbeinanyIndustry,Business,UniversityorResearchorganizationinIndiaor
abroad.

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Semester7
S.No.

Code

CourseTitle

Theory
(h/W/S)

Tutorials
(h/W/S)

Practical
(h/W/S)

Total
Credits

Max.
Marks

100

2
0

0
0

4
3

100
100

100

0
0
0

0
0
2

3
3
1

100
100
50

50

0
4
29 hours
19

2
06

1
24

50
750

Theory
(h/W/S)

Tutorials
(h/W/S)

Practical
(h/W/S)

Total
Credits

Max.
Marks

100

3
3
0
10

0
0
0
0
34hours
17

0
0
24
24

3
3
12
22

100
100
100
400

HeatandMass
3
Transfer
2
MEC402A FiniteElementMethods
3
3
MEC403A IndustrialManagement
3
ProfessionalCore
4
MEEXXXA
4
Elective3
5
OEC401A OpenElective1
3
6
OEC402A OpenElective2
3
7
MEC404A CAELab
0
HeatTransfer
8
MEC405A
0
Laboratory
9
MEC406A Seminar
0
Total
19
Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum
1

MEC401A

Maximum

24

Semester8
S.No.

Code

MEEXXXA

2
3
4

CourseTitle

ProfessionalCore
Elective4
OEC403A OpenElective3
OEC404A OpenElective4
MECP42A ProjectWork2

Total
Totalnumberofcontacthoursperweek
Numberofcreditscanberegistered Minimum

Maximum

22

ProfessionalCoreElectives:

1. Semester6group
1. MEE401A:AdvancedMechanicsofMaterials
2. MEE402A:Noise,VibrationandHarshness
3. MEE403A:AutomationinManufacturing
4. MEE404A:DesignforX
5. MEE405A:ModernAutomotiveSystems
6. MEE406A:AircraftSystems
7. MEE407A:SupplyChainManagement
8. MEE408A:QualityManagementandSixSigma
2. Semester7group
1. MEE409A:FatigueandFractureMechanics
2. MEE410A:SurfaceEngineering
3. MEE411A:OperationsResearch
4. MEE412A:AutomotivePowertrain
5. MEE413A:PowerplantEngineering

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3.Semester8group
1.MEE414A:Robotics
2. MEE415A:ManufacturingSystemSimulation
3. MEE416A:DesignofExperiments
4. MEE417A:ComputationalFluidDynamics
5. MEE418A:RenewableandDirectEnergyConversionSystems

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23

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OpenElectives:

Anumberofelectivesfromfacultyofengineering,managementandcommerce,artanddesign,
hospitalitymanagementandcateringtechnology,pharmacy,dentalscienceswillbeannounced
onesemesterpriortothescheduledsemester.

CourseDelivery

AspertheTimeTable

TeachingandLearningMethods
1. FacetoFaceLecturesusingAudioVisuals
2. Workshops,GroupDiscussions,Debates,Presentations
3. Demonstrations
4. GuestLectures
5. Laboratorywork/Fieldwork/Workshop
6. IndustryVisit
7. Seminars
8. GroupExercises
9. ProjectWork
10. ProjectExhibitions
11. TechnicalFestivals
AssessmentandGrading

1. Everycoursewillbeassessedforaweightof100
2. TherearetwocomponentsComponent1andComponent2
3. Component1carriesaweightof50%andComponent2carriesaweightof50%
4. Component1(CE)issubdividedintoTestsandAssignments,testscarry25%weight
andassignmentcarry25%weight.
5. Component2isawrittenexamination(SEE)carries50%weight
6. LaboratoryExaminationwillhavetwocomponents:
Component1(CE):ConductionofLaboratoryExercisesandSubmissionof
Report:50%weight
Component2:SEE(SemesterEndLaboratoryExamination):50%weight
7. Aminimumofoverall40%isrequiredforapasswith40%ineachoftheComponents
8. Themarksdistributionforeachcourseisgivenintheprogrammestructuresection20
9. Otherflexibilities(exceptions)areaspertheAcademicRegulationsofB.Tech.
Programme.
Attendance
Aminimumof85%attendanceiscompulsorytoappearforsemesterendexaminations.
CondoningofattendanceshortageisaspertheAcademicRegulationsofB.Tech.
Programme.

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25 AwardofClass
AspertheAcademicRegulationsofB.Tech.Programme
26 StudentSupportforLearning
1.CourseNotes
2.ReferenceBooksintheLibrary
3.MagazinesandJournals
4.InternetFacility
5.ComputingFacility
6.LaboratoryFacility
7.WorkshopFacility
8.StaffSupport
9.LoungesforDiscussions
10.Anyothersupportthatenhancestheirlearning

27 QualityControlMeasures
1. ReviewofCourseNotes
2. ReviewofQuestionPapersandAssignmentQuestions
3. StudentFeedback
4. ModerationofAssessedWork
5. Opportunitiesforstudentstoseetheirassessedwork
6. Reviewbyexternalexaminersandexternalexaminersreports
7. StaffStudentConsultativeCommitteemeetings
8. Studentexitfeedback
9. SubjectAssessmentBoard(SAB)
10. ProgrammeAssessmentBoard(PAB)

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28 CurriculumMap
Course
Code
HSC
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Understanding
OEC
e
401A
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404A

IntendedLearningOutcomes
Cognitive
(Thinking)
Practicalskills
Skills(Critical,
Analytical,

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d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d

16

06

d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
Total 206 credits

d
d

d
d

d
d

d
d

d
d

d
d

d
d

d
d

*DependsonelectiveCoursechosen

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29 Capability/TransferableSkillsMap
Course
Skills
ESC
MEC
OEC MCC
GK
SL
WC
OC
P B
IM
PM
L AO
c
d
e
f
101A 201A 401A 101A abcdef abcdef abcdef
f
f af abcdef abcdef
f
a
102A 202A 402A 102A abcdef abcdef abcdef abcdef a a abcdef abcdef af
af
103A 203A 403A 201A abcdef abcdef abcdef
b
af abcdef abcdef
a
104A 204A 404A
abcde
abcde
abcde
c
a
abcde
abcde
a
105A 205A
bcd
bcd
bcd
cd
bcd
bcd
106A 206A
bcd
bcd
bcd
b
bcd
bcd
107A 207A
bcd
bcd
bcd
bcd
bcd
108A 208A
bcd
bcd
bcd
c
bcd
bcd
109A 209A
cd
cd
cd
c
cd
cd
110A 210A
cd
cd
cd
c
cd
cd
201A 211A
cd
cd
cd
d
cd
cd
202A 212A
cd
cd
cd
cd
cd
cd
213A
d
d
d
d
d
d
214A
d
d
d
d
d
d
301A
d
d
d
d
d
302A
d
d
d
d
d
303A
d
d
d
d
d
304A
d
d
d
d
d
305A
d
d
d
d
d
306A
d
d
d
d
d
d
307A
d
d
d
d
d
d
308A
d
d
d
d
d
d
309A
d
d
d
d
d
d
310A
d
d
d
d
d
311A
d
d
d
d
d
312A
d
d
d
d
d
313A
d
d
d
d
d
d
314A
d
d
d
d
d
d
401A
d
d
d
d
d
402A
d
d
d
d
d
403A
d
d
d
d
d
404A
d
d
d
d
d
d
405A
d
d
d
d
d
d
406A
d
d
d
d
d d
d
d
d
MEE1A
d
d
d
d
d
MEE2A
d
d
d
d
d
MEE3A
d
d
d
d
d
MEE4A
d
d
d
d
d
P31A
d
d
d
d
d d
d
d
d
d
P42A
d
d
d
d
d d
d
d
d
d
GK:GroupWork,SL:SelfLearning,WC:WrittenCommunication,OC:OralCommunication,P:Presentation,B:Behavioral,
IM:InformationManagement,PM:PersonalManagement,L:Leadership,AO:AnyOther

HSC
a
101A
102A
201A
301A

BSC
b
101A
102A
103A
104A
105A
106A
207A
208A

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30 CocurricularActivities
Studentsareencouragedtotakepartincocurricularactivitieslikeseminars,conferences,symposia,
paperwriting,attendingindustryexhibitions,projectcompetitionsandrelatedactivitiesforenhancing
theirknowledgeandnetworking.
31 CulturalandLiteraryActivities
Annualculturalfestivalsareheldtoshowcasethecreativetalentsinstudents.Theyareinvolvedin
planningandorganizingtheactivities.
32 SportsandAthletics
Studentsareencouragedtotakepartinsportsandathleticeventsregularly.Annualsportsmeetwill
beheldtodemonstratesportsmanshipandcompetitivespirit.

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