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INSTRUCTIONS

1. Teachers are expected to maintain the record of teaching learning process in this
register.
2. Maintenance of record should be neat and clean.
3. The register / record can be checked by the Principal/ Head/ Academic In-charge of the
Department at any time without giving any notice.
4. The HOD/ Academic In-charge is expected to check the register at least once a month and
date of checking with signature be made in the column below.
5. The register should be submitted to the Academic In-charge at the end of each semester
for departmental record.

Checked
by:_____________________________________________________________
CO-ORDINATOR / HOD
S. No
Date
Signature

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DIRECTOR/ ACADEMIC INCHARGE


S. No
Date
Signature

INSTRUCTIONAL CONTACT HOURS


SUBJECT
DISCIPLINE
CONTACT HOURS/ WEEK
CODE
L
T
P

S.
No

NAME OF THE SUBJECT

Mechanical Measurements
and Metrology

10ME32/42

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TOTAL
HOURS/
WEEK
4

Ballari Institute of Technology and Management, Ballari

Department of Mechanical Engineering


TIME TABLE

SEMESTER: III/IV
Day

II

III

9-10am

10-11am

11-12noon

12- 1pm

IV

VI

1-2pm

2 - 3pm

3- 4pm

L
U
N
C
H
B
R
E
A
K

MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT

Note: Faculty are not permitted to exchange the classes without prior permission from HOD
Subject
Theory

Hrs./Week
04

Units
8

Head of the Department


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INSTITUTE VISION AND MISSION:


VISION
We will be a Top Notch Educational Institution that Provides best of breed Educational Services
by leveraging technology and delivered by best in class People in line with the Globalized world.
MISSION
To empower the Students with Technical & Managerial Skills, professional ethics & values, and
an appreciation of Human Creativity & Innovation for an inquisitive mind.
DEPARTMENT VISION AND MISSION:
VISION:
To have the ability to anticipate and effectively respond to changes in the field of Mechanical
Engineering, to be perceived as being one of the best department known for its dedicated
services for students satisfaction and to provide world class training to students for better society.
MISSION:
To become a centre of excellence of International standards, to educate Mechanical Engineering
graduate to stay competitive at the cutting edge of technology with strong ethics and instill
learning for achievements to benefit mankind.

PROGRAMME EDUCAITONAL OBJECTIVES


(Assessment plan for undergraduate programme in Mechanical Engineering)

The following are envisaged as Programme educational objectives of Mechanical


Engineering Program:
1. To make graduates self sustained by exploring to engineering problems with innovative
ideas to tackle real-time issues.
2. To make graduates aware of the significance of competence in core engineering concepts,
to adopt good ethical and leadership qualities.
3. To inculcate the graduates to pursue lifelong learning processes.

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Alignment of PEOs with Departmental Mission

Department Mission Key


Components

PEOs
PEO-2

International standards

PEO-1
X

Competent

Ethics

Instill Learning

Benefit to Mankind

Graduate Attributes for Engineering Programs


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PEO-3

X
X

Sr
No

Graduate Attributes

1.

Engineering
Knowledge

Apply knowledge of mathematics, science,


engineering fundamentals and an engineering
specialization to the solution of complex engineering
problems

2.

Problem Analysis

Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse


complex engineering problems reaching
substantiated conclusions using first principles of
mathematics, natural sciences and engineering
sciences

3.

Design /
development of
solutions

Design solutions for complex engineering problems


and design systems, components or processes that
meet specified needs with appropriate consideration
for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and
environmental considerations.

4.

Investigation

Conduct investigations of complex problems using


research-based knowledge and research methods
including design of experiments, analysis and
interpretation of data, and synthesis of information
to provide valid conclusions.

5.

Modern Tool usage

Create, select and apply appropriate techniques,


resources, and modern engineering and IT tools,
including prediction and modelling, to complex
engineering activities, with an understanding of the
limitations.

6.

The Engineer &


Society

Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to


assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues
and the consequent responsibilities relevant to
professional engineering practice.

7.

Environment &
Sustainability

Understand the impact of professional engineering


solutions in societal and environmental contexts and
demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable
development.

8.

Ethics

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics


and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice

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9.

Individual and Team Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or


leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
Work

10. Communication

Communicate effectively on complex engineering


activities with the engineering community and with
society at large, such as being able to comprehend and
write effective reports and design documentation, make
effective presentations, and give and receive clear
instructions.

11. Project

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of


engineering and management principles and apply these
to ones own work, as a member and leader in a team, to
manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

Management &
Finance
12.

Life Long Learning

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and


ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in
the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes as derived from Graduate Attributes


Programme Outcomes (POs)
a. The graduates will demonstrate the knowledge of Mathematics, Basic Sciences and Engineering.
b. The graduates will develop an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
c. The graduates will be able to design, conduct experiments, analyze and interpret the data.
d. The graduates will exhibit skills to use modern engineering tools, software, and equipment to
address the technical problems.
e. The graduates will show the understanding of the engineering solutions on the society and will be
aware of contemporary issues.
f.

The graduates will exhibit the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.

g. The graduates will be able to communicate effectively both in verbal and written form.
h. The graduates will gain confidence for self improvement and lifelong learning.
i.

The graduates will develop an instinct to investigate complex technical tasks.

j.

The graduate is exposed to pros and cons of advanced technology towards environment and
sustainability.

k. The graduate is capable of working both individually and as well in a team.

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l.

The graduates will acquire managerial skill to address economy and projects.

Mapping of PEOs with POs


PEOs
a
1
2
3

b
X

X
X

c
X

POs
f
g

e
X

i
X

j
X

k
X
X

X
X

l
X
X

Alignment of POs with Graduate Attributes


PO-1

PO-2

PO-3

PO-4

PO-5

PO-6

PO-7

PO-8

PO-9

PO-10

PO-11

PO-12

PO
GA
GA-1

GA-2

GA-3

GA-4

GA-5

GA-6

GA-7

GA-8

GA-9

GA10

GA11

GA12

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Key Performance Indicators for POs


PO

Demonstrate
knowledge
of
mathematics such as multivariable calculus, Differential
equations,
science
and
engineering.

Performance Indicator

Level of Blooms Taxonomy


covered by each performance
indicator

1. Chooses a mathematical model of aLevel 1, 4


system or process appropriate for required
accuracy.
2. Applies mathematical principles toLevel 1, 3
achieve analytical or numerical solution to
model equations
3. Examines approaches to solving an
engineering problem in order to choose the
more effective approach

Level 1, 6

Demonstrate an ability to identify, 4. Identifies the type of problems inLevel-1, 2


formulate and solve mechanical mechanical engineering.
engineering problems.
5. Formulate and solve the problems in
Level-1, 4, 5
mechanical engineering.
Model, analyze, design and realize 6. Produces a clear and unambiguous Level-1, 2
physical systems, components or needs statement in a design project.
processes.
7. Identifies constraints on the design
problem, and establishes criteria forLevel-1, 4
acceptability and desirability of solutions

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8. Carries solution through to the most Level- 1, 5, 6


economic/desirable solution and justifies
the approach
Plan and conduct an experimental 9. Observes good lab practice andLevel-1, 2, 4
program and evaluate the results. determines data that are appropriate to
collect and select appropriate equipment,
protocols, etc. for measuring the
appropriate variables to get required data
10. Uses appropriate tools to analyze data
and verifies and validates experimental
results including the use of statistics to
account for possible experimental error

Level-1, 5, 6

Use modern engineering tools, 11. Select appropriate techniques and toolsLevel-1, 2, 4
software and equipment to analyze for a specific engineering task and
problems.
compares results with results from
alternative tools or techniques
Level-1, 3, 5
12. Uses computer-based and other
resources effectively in assignments and
projects,
Understand the global, societal 13. Evaluates conflicting/competing socialLevel-1, 6
context of engineering.
values in order to make informed
decisions about an engineering solution.
14. Identifies the environmental and social
issues involved in an engineering solution
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Level-1, 2

and incorporates that sensitivity into the


design process
Provide mechanical engineering 15. Identifies the current critical issuesLevel-1, 2
solutions to green and sustainable confronting the discipline
development.
16. Evaluates alternative engineering
solutions or scenarios taking intoLevel-1, 6
consideration current issues
Demonstrate
knowledge
of 17. Knows code of ethics for the discipline Level-1, 2
professional
and
ethical
responsibilities.
18. Able to evaluate the ethical dimensions Level-1, 6
of a problem in the discipline
Work with others to accomplish 19. Recognizes participant roles in a teamLevel-1, 2
common goals.
setting and fulfills appropriate roles to
assure team success
20. Integrates input from all teamLevel-1, 5
members and makes decisions in relation
Level-1, 2, 6
to objective criteria
21. Improves communication among
teammates and asks for feedback and uses
suggestions
Communicate effectively in both 22. Writing conforms to appropriateLevel-1
verbal and written form
technical style format appropriate to the
Level-3
audience
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23. Appropriate use of graphics

Level-1

Mechanics and grammar are appropriate


24. Oral: Body language and clarity of
speech enhances communication
Develop confidence for self 25. Expresses an awareness that educationLevel-1
education and ability for life-long is continuous after graduation
learning.
26. Able to find information relevant to
Level-1, 5
problem solution without guidance
Complete project with financial
management.

27. Evaluates and analyzes the engineeringLevel-1, 4, 6


problem to provide a solution with
knowledge of finance management.

Course Learning Outcomes (in terms of Bullet Points):


At the End of the Course the Students will be able to:
CO1: Understand basic objectives, standards, various instruments, tolerance systems of measurements
CO2: Analyse working methods of different types of instruments, measuring system, and performance characteristics
CO3: Apply the concepts to real time problems, develop professionalism

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The List of Courses offered in the Programme


1. 10ME32/42:Mechanical Measurements and Metrology

Alignment of Course to POs


POs

Course Code
10ME32/42

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F

G
H
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J
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Course Outcomes and their alignment of POs (Sample Create Similar for your
Department)
POs
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Performance Indicator
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Course s Alignment
with POs and

performance
Indicators

a. Demonstrate knowledge of 1. Chooses a mathematical model of aX


mathematics such as multi- system or process appropriate for
variable
calculus, required accuracy.
Differential
equations,
science and engineering.
2. Applies mathematical principles to
achieve analytical or numerical
solution to model equations
3. Examines approaches to solving an
engineering problem in order to
choose the more effective approach
b. Demonstrate an ability to 4. Identifies the type of problems in X
identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering.
mechanical engineering
problems.
5. Formulate and solve the problems
in mechanical engineering.
c. Model, analyze, design 6. Produces a clear and unambiguous X
and realize physical systems, needs statement in a design project
components or processes.

7. Identifies constraints on the design


problem, and establishes criteria for
acceptability and desirability of
solutions

8. Carries solution through to the most


economic/desirable solution and
justifies the approach
d. Plan and conduct an 9. Observes good lab practice andX
experimental program and determines data that are appropriate to
evaluate the results.
collect
and
select
appropriate
equipment,
protocols,
etc.
for
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measuring the appropriate variables to


get required data
10. Uses appropriate tools to analyze
data and verifies and validates
experimental results including the use
of statistics to account for possible
experimental error
e. Use modern engineering 11. Select appropriate techniques and
tools,
software
and tools for a specific engineering task
equipment
to
analyze and compares results with results from
problems.
alternative tools or techniques
12. Uses computer-based and other
resources effectively in assignments
and projects.
f. Understand the global, 13.Evaluates
conflicting/competingX
societal
context
of social values in order to make
engineering.
informed
decisions
about
an
engineering solution.
14. Identifies the environmental and
social issues involved in an
engineering solution and incorporates
that sensitivity into the design process
g.
Provide
mechanical 15. Identifies the current critical issues
engineering solutions to confronting the discipline
green
and
sustainable
development.
16. Evaluates alternative engineering
solutions or scenarios taking into
consideration current issues
h. Demonstrate knowledge 17. Knows code of ethics for the
of professional and ethical discipline
responsibilities.
18. Able to evaluate the ethical
dimensions of a problem in the
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discipline
i. Work with others to 19. Recognizes participant roles in aX
accomplish common goals. team setting and fulfills appropriate
roles to assure team success
20. Integrates input from all team
members and makes decisions in
relation to objective criteria
21. Improves communication among
teammates and asks for feedback and
uses suggestions
j.Communicate effectively in 22. Writing conforms to appropriate
both verbal and written form technical style format appropriate to
the audience
23. Appropriate use of graphics
Mechanics
and
grammar
are
appropriate
24. Oral: Body language and clarity of
speech enhances communication
k. Develop confidence for 25. Expresses an awareness that
self education and ability for education
is
continuous
after
life-long learning.
graduation
26. Able to find information relevant
to problem solution without guidance
l. Complete project with
financial management.

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27. Evaluates and analyzes the


engineering problem to provide a
solution with knowledge of finance
management.

Course File

Course Title/Number:-MMM

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Semester :- III/IV
Syllabus:

Year: 2015-2016
PART A

PART B

UNIT - 1
STANDARDS OF MEASUREMENT
Define metrology
-State the objectives of metrology
-Classify standards of measurement
-Describe standards like- imperial standard,
international prototype meter, wavelength
standard, end standard and line standards
- Compare line and end standards
-Solve numerical problems on end bars and
wringing of slip gauges.

UNIT - 5
MEASUREMENTS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS :
Define measurement
-Explain a generalized measurement system
with example
-Explain different performance characteristics
like accuracy, hysteresis, repeatability, precision
etc.
-Identify the sources of errors
-Classify errors
-Explain different types of primary and
secondary transducers like mechanical,
electronic and electrical transducers.

UNIT - 2
SYSTEMS OF LIMITS, FITS, TOLERANCES AND
GAUGING: Define tolerance, fit and limit
-Explain principle of interchangeability and
selective assembly.
-Explain different types of tolerances likecompound, geometric, positional tolerances etc.
-Explain different types of tolerancing systems
like- hole basis and shaft basis system
-Comprehend Taylors principle of gauge design
-Describe different types of gauges
-solve numerical problems on gauge design
UNIT - 3
COMPARATORS AND ANGULAR MEASUREMENTExplain characteristics of a comparator
-Describe different types of comparators likeJohansson mikrokator, sigma, dial indicator, Zeiss
ultra optimeter, and solex comparators.
- Explain angle measurement using bevel
protractor, sine bar and angle gauges
- Solve numerical problems on angle gauges
-Describe different types of clinometers like
vernier, micrometer clinometers.
UNIT - 4
INTERFEROMETER, SCREW THREAD AND GEAR
MEASUREMENT Explain principle of
interferometry
-Describe the working principle of an
autocollimator
-Explain measurement of thread elements like
major, minor, & effective diameters, pitch and
angle.
- describe the working of a tool makers
microscope
-Explain the use of gear tooth vernier caliper and
micrometer.

UNIT - 6
INTERMEDIATE MODIFYING AND
TERMINATINGDEVICES
: Explain the meaning of signal conditioning
-Describe different types of intermediate
modifying circuits like input circuitry, ballast
circuit, and telemetry.
-Explain different types of terminating devices
like CRO, oscillographs and x-y plotters..

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UNIT - 7
MEASUREMENT OF FORCE, TORQUE AND
PRESSURE: Describe the working principle of
different types of force and torque measurement
methods like analytical and platform balance,
proving ring, prony brake and hydraulic
dynamometers.
- Explain different methods of pressure
measurement like use of elastic members,
Bridgeman gauge, Mcloed gauge and Pirani
gauge.
UNIT - 8
TEMPERATURE AND STRAIN MEASUREMENT:
-Describe the working of resistance
thermometers and thermocouples
- Explain laws of thermocouples and materials
used for thermocouples
-Comprehend the working of optical pyrometer
-Explain strain measurement using strain
gauges
-Derive expression for gauge factor
-Enumerate different methods of strain
measurement.

CHAPTER CONTENTS:
UNIT - 1
STANDARDS OF MEASUREMENT
Define metrology
-State the objectives of metrology
-Classify standards of measurement
-Describe standards like- imperial standard, international prototype meter, wavelength
standard, end standard and line standards
- Compare line and end standards
-Solve numerical problems on end bars and wringing of slip gauges.

Chapter/Topic Objectives:
Broad Objectives of the chapter/topic are:
Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to
answer following questions/perform the following activities (Performance
Indicators with Levels of Blooms Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:
CO2:
7,13,14,15,16

Level-II

HOME WORK: Related to topic objective and outcome as expressed in terms of


indicators
QUIZ: Related to Topic objective and outcome
PROJECT: Related to Topic objective and outcome
GROUP ACTIVITY: Related to Topic objective and outcome
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: Related to the Topic objective and outcome
Any other Activity:

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DAILY LESSON PLAN


UNIT/ CHAPTER: 2
CHAPTER CONTENTS:
UNIT - 2
SYSTEMS OF LIMITS, FITS, TOLERANCES AND GAUGING: Define tolerance, fit and limit
-Explain principle of interchangeability and selective assembly.
-Explain different types of tolerances like- compound, geometric, positional tolerances etc.
-Explain different types of tolerancing systems like- hole basis and shaft basis system
-Comprehend Taylors principle of gauge design
-Describe different types of gauges
-solve numerical problems on gauge design

Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to answer following questions/perform
the following activities (Performance Indicators with Levels of Blooms Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:

CO2:
4,5,14,15
Level 4
HOME WORK:
QUIZ: None
PROJECT: None
GROUP ACTIVITY: None
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: None
Any other Activity:

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DAILY LESSON PLAN


UNIT/ CHAPTER: 3
UNIT - 3
COMPARATORS AND ANGULAR MEASUREMENT-Explain characteristics of a comparator
-Describe different types of comparators like- Johansson mikrokator, sigma, dial indicator, Zeiss ultra
optimeter, and solex comparators.
- Explain angle measurement using bevel protractor, sine bar and angle gauges
- Solve numerical problems on angle gauges
-Describe different types of clinometers like vernier, micrometer clinometers.

Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to answer following questions/perform
the following activities (Performance Indicators with Levels of Blooms Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:
13,14,16
Level-II
CO2:

HOME WORK:
QUIZ: None
PROJECT: None
GROUP ACTIVITY: None
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: None
Any other Activity:

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DAILY LESSON PLAN


UNIT/ CHAPTER: 4
CHAPTER CONTENTS:
UNIT - 4
INTERFEROMETER, SCREW THREAD AND GEAR MEASUREMENT Explain principle of interferometry
-Describe the working principle of an autocollimator
-Explain measurement of thread elements like major, minor, & effective diameters, pitch and angle.
- describe the working of a tool makers microscope
-Explain the use of gear tooth vernier caliper and micrometer.

Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to answer following questions/perform
the following activities (Performance Indicators with Levels of Blooms Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:
7,8,15,16

HOME WORK:
QUIZ: None
PROJECT: None
GROUP ACTIVITY: None
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: None
Any other Activity:

DAILY LESSON PLAN


UNIT/ CHAPTER: 5
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CHAPTER CONTENTS:
UNIT - 5
MEASUREMENTS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS : Define measurement
-Explain a generalized measurement system with example
-Explain different performance characteristics like accuracy, hysteresis, repeatability, precision etc.
-Identify the sources of errors
-Classify errors
-Explain different types of primary and secondary transducers like mechanical, electronic and electrical
transducers.

Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to answer following questions/perform
the following activities (Performance Indicators with Levels of Blooms Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:
15,16,17,18
Level-II

HOME WORK:
QUIZ: None
PROJECT: None
GROUP ACTIVITY: None
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: None
Any other Activity:

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DAILY LESSON PLAN


UNIT/ CHAPTER: 6
UNIT - 6
INTERMEDIATE MODIFYING AND TERMINATINGDEVICES
: Explain the meaning of signal conditioning
-Describe different types of intermediate modifying circuits like input circuitry, ballast circuit,
and telemetry.
-Explain different types of terminating devices like CRO, oscillographs and x-y plotters..

Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to
answer following questions/perform the following activities (Performance
Indicators with Levels of Blooms Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:
14,15,16,17,17
Level-II

HOME WORK:
QUIZ: None
PROJECT: None
GROUP ACTIVITY: None
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: None
Any other Activity:

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DAILY LESSON PLAN


UNIT/ CHAPTER: 7
CHAPTER CONTENTS:
UNIT - 7
MEASUREMENT OF FORCE, TORQUE AND PRESSURE: Describe the working principle of different
types of force and torque measurement methods like analytical and platform balance, proving
ring, prony brake and hydraulic dynamometers.
- Explain different methods of pressure measurement like use of elastic members, Bridgeman
gauge, Mcloed gauge and Pirani gauge.

Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to answer following
questions/perform the following activities (Performance Indicators with Levels of Blooms
Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:
1
Level 4

HOME WORK:
QUIZ: None
PROJECT: None
GROUP ACTIVITY: None
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: None
Any other Activity:

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Level 3

Level 6

DAILY LESSON PLAN


UNIT/ CHAPTER: 8
CHAPTER CONTENTS:
UNIT - 8
TEMPERATURE AND STRAIN MEASUREMENT: -Describe the working of resistance thermometers
and thermocouples
- Explain laws of thermocouples and materials used for thermocouples
-Comprehend the working of optical pyrometer
-Explain strain measurement using strain gauges
-Derive expression for gauge factor
-Enumerate different methods of strain measurement.

Once the student has completed this topic/ chapter he/she will be able to answer following
questions/perform the following activities (Performance Indicators with Levels of Blooms
Taxonomy):
COs
Performance Indicator
Blooms taxonomy
CO1:
1
Level 4
CO2:

HOME WORK:
QUIZ: None
PROJECT: None
GROUP ACTIVITY: None
LABORATORY EXPERIMENT: None
Any other Activity:

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Level 3

Level 6

Level 2

SESSIONAL RECORD
S.N
o.

Subject with code:10ME32/42


Name
Roll No.
Attendance
Total Attende
%
d

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
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Semester: III/IV
Academic Year: 2015-2016
Marks in Internal Tests Avg of
Marks awarded in words
best 2
I
II
III
IV
tests

17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.

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37.
38.
39.

40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
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54.

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55.
56.
57.
58.
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60.
61.
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74.
75.

Assessment of Course Outcomes through student performance in

Teachers recommendations

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Assessment of Course Outcomes through student performance in the course against Pre-set Targets by the teacher
Sample
The course was designed to achieve Program Outcome (a) and outcome (c) through pre-defined Performance
Indicators and targets of student achievement
Results of Student Performance for Outcome (a) is as follows:

Teachers assessment of tests


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The student performance in Indicators (1) and (2) falls short of the target set by me while indicator 3 was met its
target.
I think we need to add additional content and spend more time on mathematical models, principles and their
applications.
To improve student performance in indicators (1) and (2), I propose to spend more time on explanations through more
examples, add more assignments related to mathematical models and their application through real life examples and
encourage more group activities so that students help each other.

Student Performance in Achieving PO (c)


Make similar graph and write explanation as above for outcome (c)

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NAME WITH ROLL NO.s OF STUDENT WHOSE


ACADEMIC PERFOMANCE IS NOT SATISFACTORY
S.
N
o
1
2

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Name
student

of Roll No

Remedial measures taken by teacher


Extra classes were taken and tutorial classes
were arranged
Extra classes were taken and tutorial classes
were arranged

Extra classes were taken and tutorial classes


were arranged

Extra classes were taken and tutorial classes


were arranged

Extra classes were taken and tutorial classes


were arranged

Extra classes were taken and tutorial classes


were arranged

CERTIFICATE
I, the undersigned, have completed the course file allotted to me as shown below,
S.No Semester
1
Date:

VI

Subject with
Code
10ME33

Total
Units/
Chapters
8

Remarks

Signature of staff

I, the undersigned, certify that..has completed the


course work allotted to him/ her satisfactorily/ not satisfactorily.

Date:

Date:

BITM ME

Signature of HOD

Signature of Principal

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