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COMPUTER

ENGINEERING

S.Y. B. Tech.
Effective from A. Y. 2012-13
INDEX
Item

Page No.

UG Rules and Regulations


Detailed Syllabus
Annexure-I: List of Professional Science courses offered
by ALL departments

Annexure-II: List of Liberal Learning courses offered at


Institute level

List of Abbreviations
Sr. No.

Abbreviation

1
2
3
4
5
6
8

BSC
PSC
PCC
LC
HSSC
MLC
LLC

Stands for:
Basic Science Course
Professional Science Course
Program Core Course
Laboratory Course
Humanities and Social Science Course
Mandatory Learning Course
Liberal Learning Course

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE OF S. Y.-B.TECH (Computer Engineering)


Effective from A. Y. 2012-2013
I-Semester:
Sr.
No
01
02

Course
Type/ code
BSC/
PCC/

03
04
05
06
07
08

PCC/
PCC/
PCC/
LC/
HSSC/
MLC/

Subject Title
Engineering Mathematics-III
Discrete Structures and
Graph Theory
Digital Systems
Data Structures
Digital Systems Laboratory
Data Structures Laboratory
Professional Communication
Environmental Studies
Total

Contact hours
L
T
P
3
1
3
3
3
0
0
2
2
16

1
2

3
3
6

Credits
4
3
3
4
2
2
2
2
22

II-Semester:
Sr.
No

Course
Type/ code

01
02
03
04

BSC/
PCC/
PCC/
PCC/

05
06

PCC/
PCC/

07

PCC/

08
09

PSC/*
LLC/

Subject Title
Applied Biology
Theory of Computer Science
Microprocessor Techniques
Principles of Programming
Languages
Data Communication
Microprocessor Techniques
Laboratory
Principles of Programming
Languages Laboratory
Refer to Annexure-I
Refer to the Annexure-II
Total

Contact hours
L
T
P

Credits

3
3
3
3

3
3
3
3

3
0

3
2

3
1
19

3
1
23

*: Professional Science Course/s offered by Computer Engineering department:


1. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods

APPLIED BIOLOGY
Teaching Scheme
Lectures : 3 hrs/week

Examination Scheme
Mid Sem. Exam - 30 marks
Assignment/Quizzes - 20 marks
End Sem. Exam - 50 marks

Objective :
To make the students conversant with basic biology regarding origin of life, cell
structures, bio-molecules, membrane transport & so on.
To give knowledge about latest studies in biology like genetic & tissue engineering,
stem cells, biomechanics, bioimaging, bio-nanotechnology etc.
Last but not least is to make them think what an engineers role in life sciences is.
(6 Hrs)
Unit 1
Origin of life. Molecules of life- biomolecules. Cell as the unit of life.
Development of cell theory. Cell types : prokaryotes and. eukaryotes; cell organelles, single
cell to multi-cellular organism, tissue and organ level organization, organ systems
(4 Hrs)
Structure of the cell membrane. Fluid mosaic model. Functions of plasma membrane; diffusion,
osmosis, membrane transport through plasma membrane, ion channels and electrical properties
(2 Hrs)
(6 Hrs)
Unit 2
Energy Transduction and Bioenergetics. Mitochondria, ATP, Chemiosmosis, ATPase,Cell to cell
junction-gap junctions. Ultra structure of Chloroplast, photosynthetic electron transport, Calvin
cycle
(2 Hrs)
Cell architecture, cyto-skeletal components, microtubules and microfilaments,
motility and motor motions, actomyosin
(2 Hrs)
(2 Hrs)
Genomics and proteomics
(8 Hrs)
Unit 3
Evolution of biological machines- Optimization of biological machines at different levelsmolecular, cellular, organismal and populational; principles of generating diverse body plans
and design in nature
(4 Hrs)
Biomaterials. Applications of nanotechnology in biology. Biosensors & their application
(4 Hrs)
(6 Hrs)
Unit 4
Bioengineering- genetic engineering, protein engineering, tissue engineering and biochemical
engineering.
(4 Hrs)
(2 Hrs)
Computational biology and bioinformatics
Unit 5
(8 Hrs)
Biomechanics - fluid mechanics , examples in living world, aerodynamic, hydrodynamic and