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SETHU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

(An Autonomous Institution)


Estd.1995 PULLOOR, KARIAPATTI.

DEPARTMENTOF ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING


Institute Vision
To transform the Institution into a University of excellence in technical
education and scientific research for the benefit of society

Institute Mission
The Mission of Sethu Institute of Technology is to provide quality
technical education to fulfill the aspiration of the student, meet the
needs of the Industry and to offer services to the society.

We are committed to
Provide holistic learning ambience.

Impart technical knowledge and skills leading to employability,


entrepreneurship and higher education.

Establish effective linkage with industries.

Promote Research and Development activities.

Offer services for the development of rural society through


education and technology.

INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEM
DESIGN
Course Code 01UME701

Course Name
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE
Name of the Course Instructor G.LAKSHMI
V. BALASUNDARAM
V. DHAYANITHI
Academic Year: 2016-2017
Branch & Class (Year/Sem/Sec) IV / VII/ A & B
Effective Date 11.07.2016 Revision No.: 00

Prepared By, Approved By,

G. Lakshmi, AP (Sr. Gr.)/BME HOD/EIE


V. Balasundaram, AP (Sr. Gr.)/EIE
V. Dhayanithi, AP (Sr. Gr.)/EIE
PART I

B.E. ELECTRONICS AND


PROGRAMME
INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING

Department Vision To provide high quality technical education and to initiate


research activities which has real social impact

Department Mission To offer quality technical education with recent


technologies.
To become the center of research in selected areas of
instrumentation
To inculcate moral and professional ethics among students
To facilitate our students to be an entrepreneur
To offer training programs to fulfill the industry needs

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Our graduates will posses strong foundation in the basic sciences and
mathematics that will enable them to excel in Electronics and Instrumentation
PEO I
domain to work in core industries, software companies, Government sectors
and/or to become successful entrepreneurs. (Technical Competence)
Our graduates will demonstrate life- long learning ability in order to become
PEO II
experts in their profession and research works for a successful professional
carrier.(Life-Long Learning)
PEO III Our graduates will demonstrate high level of individual, professional and social
responsibilities by adopting strong ethics in their activities. (Professionalism)
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
A. Engineering know ledge
An ability to apply knowledge of basic science, Electronics, Instrumentation and
mathematics appropriate to the discipline and some depth in at least one area of
Instrumentation Engineering to solve the complex problems in Instrumentation and
automation
B. Problem analysis
An ability to identify, analyze and formulate appropriate solutions to the complex
problems reaching the substantial conclusion using the basic principles of
Instrumentation Engineering .
C. Design & development of solutions
An ability to design a solution for Complex Engineering problems or processes in
Electronics & Instrumentation domain and model the processes that will meet the
cultural, industrial needs & environmental considerations .
D. Investigation of complex problem
An ability to implement research methods through experimental setup and
interpretation of data to provide a valid conclusion in complex problems related to
Electronics and Instrumentation domain.
E. Modern tool Usage
An ability to select the appropriate techniques to design the modern tools to predict &
provide solutions to complex engineering problems with constraints in the domain of
Electronics and Instrumentation.
F. Engineer & society
An ability to understand the impact of instrumentation engineering solutions in a
global, economic, environmental and societal context.
G. Environment & Sustainability
An ability to realize the effect of instrumentation engineering solutions in
environmental issues & demonstrate a sustainable solution.
H. Ethics
An ability to apply ethical principles & commit to professional responsibilities as an
instrumentation engineer.
I. Individual & Team work
An ability to function effectively as an individual , team member and leader in
multidisciplinary & multicultural environment.
J. Communication
An ability to 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.
K. Lifelong learning
An ability to identify the needs & engage in independent lifelong learning in
instrumentation domain.
PART II

I. SYLLABUS : AS PER AUTONOMOUS R-2013


01UME701 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE
L T P C
(Common to MECH., ICE ,ECE, EEE & EIE)
3 0 0 3
OBJECTIVES:
To impart knowledge to find solutions and approaches for various projects
To familiarize the utilization of project within time, resource and financial constraints

UNIT I PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS 9


Concept and characteristics of a project, importance of project management, types of project, project
organizational structure, project life cycle, Statement of Work, Work Breakdown Structure.
UNIT II PROJECT PLANNING 9
Project Planning and Scheduling techniques - developing the project network USING CPM/PERT,
constructing network diagram, AON basics, Forward Pass and backward pass, Limitations of
CPM/PERT, Precedence Diagramming Method, constructing diagram and computations using
precedence diagramming method, PERT/CPM simulation, reducing project duration.
UNIT III RESOURCE SCHEDULING & CRITICAL CHAIN SCHEDULING 9
Resource Scheduling - Resource allocation method, splitting and multitasking, Multi
project resources scheduling - Critical Chain Scheduling -Concept of critical chain scheduling -
critical chain scheduling method, application of Critical chain scheduling and limitations.
UNIT IV PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT 9
Concept of project quality, responsibility for quality in projects, quality management at different
stages of project, tools and techniques, Quality Management Systems, TQM in projects - Project
performance Measurement and Control - Monitor and assess project performance, schedule, and
cost. Earned value Management, performance measurement. methods to monitor, evaluate, and
control planned cost and schedule performance - Project Closure/ Termination - Meaning of closure/
termination, project audit process, termination steps, final closure.
UNIT V FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 9
Balance sheet and related concepts - Profit & Loss Statement and related concepts - Financial Ratio
Analysis - Cash flow analysis - Funds flow analysis Comparative financial statements - Analysis
& Interpretation of financial statements. Investments - Risks and return evaluation of
investment decision - Average rate of return - Payback Period - Net Present Value - Internal rate of
return.
TOTAL: 45 Periods
COURSE OUTCOMES:
After the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to
Describe the various characteristics and need of project management
Compare the tools for critical scheduling and planning process
Explain the project quality management
Discuss Cash and Funds flow analysis
TEXT BOOKS:
1. Clifford F Gray, Erik W Larson, Project Management-The Managerial Process, Tata Mcgraw-
Hill Publishing Co Ltd.
2. Prasanna Chandra, Fundamentals of Financial Management, Tata Mcgraw-Hill Publishing
Ltd, 2005.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Jack Meredith, Samuel J, Mantel Jr, Project Management- A Managerial Approach, John Wiley and
Sons.
2. John M Nicholas, Project Management for Business and Technology, Prentice Hall of India Pvt
Ltd.
3. Paresh Shah, Basic Financial Accounting for Management, Oxford University Press, 2007.
4. Rick A Morris, The Everything Project Management Book, 2008.

PART - III
IV. LESSON PLANNING SHEET

METHODOLOGY: B- Black Board ; T- Teaching Aid ( OHP/LCD/ EDUSAT) ; E- Exercise; A- Assignment; D- Demo; L- Lab Visit

Innovative
Theory Tutorial Lab
Teaching
coverage support Support
Ref. Methodology (If
Sl. (TC) (TS) (LS)
Lesson /Topic Covered Book Hrs any )
No
Code
B T E A D L

UNIT I P ROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS


Date Planned for unit completion Actual date of completion:
(as per the academic calendar) : Reason for Deviation, if any:
Concept and characteristics of a T1 1
1.
project
2. I mpo rtance of project management T1 1
3. Types of project T1 2
4. Project organizational structure T1 1
5. Project life cycle T1 1
6. Statement of Work T1 1
Lecture with power point
7. Work Breakdown Structure T1 2
presentation
UNIT II PROJECT PLANNING
Date Planned for unit completion Actual date of completion:
(as per the academic calendar) : Reason for Deviation, if any:
Project planning and scheduling T1, R1 1
8.
techniques
Developing the project network T1, R1 1
9.
using CPM/PERT
10. Constructing network diagram T1, R1 1
AON basics forward pass and T1, R1 1 Lecture with power point
11.
backward pass presentation
12. Li mitations of CPM/PERT T1, R1 1
13. Precede nce diagrammi ng method T1, R1
1
Constructing diagram and T1, R1
1
14. comp utations using precedence
diagramming method
15. PERT/C PM simulation T1, R1 1
16. Reducing project duration T1, R1 1
UNIT III RESOURCE SCHEDULING & CRITICAL CHAIN SCHEDULING
Date Planned for unit completion Actual date of completion:
(as per the academic calendar) : Reason for Deviation, if any:
17. Resource Scheduling R1, R2 1

18. Resource allocation metho d R1, R2 2


19. Splitting and Multitasking R1, R2 1
Multi project resources
20. R1, R2 1 Peer learning
scheduling
21. Critical Chain Scheduling R1, R2 2
Concept of critical chain
22. R1, R2 1
scheduling
Application of Critical chain
23. R1, R2 1
scheduling and limitations
UNIT IV PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Date Planned for unit completion Actual date of completion:
(as per the academic calendar) : Reason for Deviation, if any:
Concept of project quality,
Lecture with discussion
24. responsibilit y for qualit y in T1, R4 1
projects,
qualit y man age ment at different
25. stages of project, tools and T1, R4 2
techniques,
Qualit y Manage me nt Syste ms,
26. T1, R4 1
TQM in projects
Project perfor mance Measurement
27. T1, R4 1
and Control
Monitor and assess project
28. perfor mance, schedule, and cost. T1, R4 1
Earned value Managemen t
Performance me asure me nt.
Methods to monitor, evaluate,
29. T1, R4 1
and control planned cost and
schedule performance
Project Closure/ Termination -
30. Meaning of closure/ termi nation, T1, R4 1 Z-A Technique

Project audit process, ter min ation


31. steps, final closure T1, R4 1
UNIT V FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Date Planned for unit completion Actual date of completion:
(as per the academic calendar) : Reason for Deviation, if any:
Balance sheet and related T2, R3 1
32.
concepts
Profit & Loss State me nt and T2, R3 2
33.
related concepts
Financial Ratio Analysis - Cash T2, R3 1
34.
flow analysis
Funds flow analys is, Compar ative T2, R3 1
35.
financial statements
Analysis & Interpretation of T2, R3 1
36.
financial statements
Average rate of ret urn, Payback T2, R3 1
37. Period
Net Present Value - Internal r ate T2, R3 1
38. of ret urn

Content Beyond Syllabi


Date Planned for unit completion Actual date of completion:
(as per the academic calendar) : Reason for Deviation, if any: nil
1.
Agile project management Notes 1

PART - IV
V.CONCEPT MAP OF THE COURSE
VI.CO/PO/PEO MAPPING

CO PEO POs
a b c d E f g h i j k l
Propose an
appropriate
sensor for a
given
industrial I M S M M S M S S
parameter
measuremen
t
Discuss the
working
principle of I, III M M S M M M M S S M M
electrical
flow meters
Differentiate
the various
level I, II M W M M M M S S M S
measuring
techniques
Explain the I, II M W M W W S S M M S M S
Principle
and
operation of
humidity
and
moisture
measuring
Instruments

Ref: S- Strong M- Medium W- Weak

VII. ASSESSMENT PLAN THEORY

ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE

Date
Test Test No. Portion for Test
Planned Conducted
I UNIT I
Class Test II UNIT III
III UNIT IV & V
I Unit 1& Unit 2(1/2)
Periodical Test II Unit 2(1/2)& 3
III Unit - 4 & 5

Date
Assignmen Individua
Topic Submissio
t No l /Group Issue
n
Differential Pressure Transmitter & Wiers and
I Flumes Individual
II Overall analysis, merits, limitations, applications Group
& selection guidelines for various flow measuring
instruments.
Necessity of level, Viscosity and moisture
III measurements Individual

ASSESSMENT PATTERN

ITEM Weight age


Periodical Test (Best Two) 20
Assignment 5
Attendance 5
End Semester Examination 70
Total 100

Cognitive Level Periodical Test I Periodical Test II Periodical Test III


(as marks) (as marks) (as marks)
Remember
Understand
Apply
Analyze
Evaluate
Create
Total (50)
VIII. COURSE OUTCOME ASSESSMENT

Name of the Course:INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMSNTTAION - II Name of the Instructor:SENTHIL RAJAN.T

ASSESSMENT PLAN OUTCOME ATTAINMENT


CourseOutcome Performance Target Course Outcome Performance Target Changes/Improvemen
Assessment Tool
s (%) Attainment (%) Met/Not Met t Suggested
Periodical Test
CO1
Class Test
Periodical Test
CO2
Class Test
Periodical Test
CO3
Class Test
Periodical Test
CO4
Assignment

Assessment Details:

Others
Course Outcome
Course ASSIGNMENT PERIODICAL TESTS (Mini project, Seminar,
Attainment (%)
Outcome Tutorial etc.,)
A1 A2 A3 T1 T2 T3
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4

PART VIII
INSTRUCTIONALSYSTEM DESIGN

CONTENTS

SECTION TITLE DESCRIPTION


PART - I Front Page Name of the Faculty Department
Institution Vision, Institute Mission and
Course Details
PART II Department Details Details of Student Department: Department
Vision, Department Mission,PEOs and POs
PART III Syllabus Syllabus with Objectives, Outcomes, Text
Books and Reference Books
PART IV Lesson Planning Sheet Content Delivery Methods and details of Unit
Completion Planned and Actual
PART V Concept Map Flow diagram that depicts the suggested
relationships between the various topics of the
syllabus conceptually.
PART - VI CO/PEO/PO Mapping Mapping between Course Outcomes (COs),
PEOs and POs
PART - VII Assessment Plan Assessment Schedule and Assessment Pattern
PART - VIII Course Outcome Assessment Table 1:
Assessment Plan To be filled at the starting
of semester
Outcome Attainment To be filled at the end
of the semester
Table 2:
Assessment Details To be filled during the
semester