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VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

Janana Sangama, Belagavi – 590 018, Karnataka


Phone: 0831 -2498100/2405468 Fax;2405467
E – Mail:registrar@vtu.ac.in, Web: www.vtu.ac.in

REGULATIONS GOVERNING
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING/
TECHNOLOGY (BE/B.Tech)
UNDER OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION (OBE)
AND
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)
Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19

MAY 2018
Registrar
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"Jnana Sangama", Belagavi - 590 018
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Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi
Regulations Governing the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering/ Technology (B.E/B.Tech)
Under Outcome Based Education (OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
(Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)

CONTENTS
Regulation Page
Title
Clause Number
-- Definitions of Keywords 03
18OB1.0 Title, Durati on and Credits of the 05
Programme of Study
18OB2.0 Eligibility for Admission 06

18OB3.0 Courses 07
18OB4.0 Internship/Professional Practice 08
18OB5.0 Technical Seminar and Project 09
18OB6.0 Computation of SGPA and CGPA 10
18OB7.0 Conversions of CGPA into Percentage of 12
marks and Class Equivalence
18OB8.0 Continuous Internal Evaluation, 12
Semester End Evaluation and minimum
standards
18OB9.0 Attendance Requirement 16
18OB10.0 Vertical Progression (Promotion/ 17
Eligibility to higher semesters)

18OB11.0 Temporary Discontinuation/Break inthe 19


Program
18OB12.0 Award of Prizes, Medals and Ranks 20
18OB13.0 Transfers of Students 21
18OB14.0 Applicability and Power to Modify 22
18OB15.0 Annexure -1 (Scheme of Teaching and 23
Examination 2018 -19)

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2. English Language Communication Skills – Lab Manual cum Workbook
Definitions of Keywords
by Rajesh kumar Sing and et al, Published by Cengage learning India Pvt
The following are the definitions/descriptions that have been followed for the
Limited [Latest Edition] – 2018.
different terms used in the Regulations of BE/B.Tech Programmes:
3. Effective Technical Communication – Second Edition by M Ashraf Rizvi,
1) Programme: Is an educational programme in a particular stream/ branch
McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited – 2018.
of Engineering/branch of specialization leading to award of Degree. It
4. Technical Communication – Principles and Practice, Third Edition by
involves events/activities, comprising of lectures/ tutorials/ laboratory
Meenakshi Raman and Sangeetha Sharma, Oxford University Press 2017.
work/ field work, outreach activities/ project work/ vocational training/
viva voce/ seminars/ Internship/ assignments/ presentations/ self-study
Web Links and Video Lectures
etc., or a combination of some of these.
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2) Branch: Means Specialization or discipline of BE/B.Tech Degree
https://India.cup.com/Cambridge Empower
Programme, like Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Textile
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Engineering, etc.
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3) Semester: Refers to one of the two sessions of an academic year (vide:
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serial number 4), each session being of sixteen weeks duration(with
Videos & Lectures relating to IELTS, GRE,TOFEL & other exams like
working days greater than or equal to ninety).The odd and even
UPSC/State/SSB/IBPS
semesters shall be as per the University academic calendar.
4) Academic Year: Refers to the sessions of two consecutive semesters
(odd followed by an even) including periods of vacation.
5) Course: Referstousually referred to as 'papers' and is a component of a
programme. All Courses need not carry the same weight. The Courses
should define learning objectives and learning outcomes. A Course may
be designed to comprise lectures/ tutorials/ laboratory work/ field work/
outreach activities/project work/ vocational training/ viva voce/
seminars/ term papers/assignments/ presentations/ self-study etc., or a
combination of some of these.
6) Credit: Referstoa unit by which the Course work is measured. It
determines the number of hours of instructions required per week. One
credit is equivalent to one hour of lecture or two hours of
laboratory/practical Courses/ tutorials/ fieldwork per weeketc.
7) Audit Courses: Means Knowledge/ Skill enhancing Courses without
the benefit of a grade or credit for a Course.
8) Choice Based Credit System (CBCS): Refers to customizing the
Course work, through Core, Elective and soft skill Courses, to provide
necessary support for the students to achieve their goals.
9) Course Registration: Refers to formal registration for the Courses of a
semester (Credits) by every student under the supervision of a
Faculty Advisor (also called Mentor, Counselor etc.,) in each
Semester for the Institution to maintain proper record.
10) Course Evaluation: Means Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE)and
Semester End Examinations (SEE) to constitute the major evaluations
prescribed for each Course.CIE and SEE to carry 40% and 60%
respectively, to enable each Course to be evaluated for 100 marks,
irrespective of its Credits.

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Module - IV 11) Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE): Refers to evaluation of
Communication for Employment students' achievement in the learning process. CIE shall be by the Course
• Components of a Formal Letter, Formats and Types of Business Letters, Instructor and includes tests, homework, problem solving, group
Model Letter of Application (Cover Letter) with Resume, Email and Blog discussion, quiz, mini-project and seminar throughout the Semester, with
Writing, Reading Skills and Reading Comprehension. weightage for the different components being fixed at the University
level.
Module - V 12) Semester end examinations(SEE): Refers to examination conducted at
Communication at Workplace the University level covering the entire Course Syllabus. For this
• Interpersonal Communication Skills, Non-Verbal Communication Skills purpose, Syllabi to be modularized and SEE questions to be set from each
(Body Language), Group Discussion and Employment Interviews, module, with a choice confined to the concerned module only. SEE is
Presentation skills and Formal Presentations by Students, Dialogues in also termed as University examination.
Various Situations (Practical Session by Students). 13) First Attempt: Refers to a student who has completed all formalities and
has become eligible to attend the SEE and has attended at least one head
Course Outcomes: of passing, such attempt shall beconsidered as first attempt.
On completion of this course, students will be able to, 14) Credit Based System (CBS): Refers to quantification of Course work,
CO 1: Acquire basic English grammar and essentials of language skills. after a student completes teaching – learning process, followed by
CO 2: Get familiarized with English vocabulary and language proficiency. passing in both CIE and SEE. Under CBS, the requirement for awarding
CO 3: Improve the functional effectiveness through identifying common degree is prescribed in terms of total number of credits to be earned by the
errors in spoken and written communication. students.
CO 4: Improve nature and style of sensible writing, and also improve 15) Credit Representation: Refers to Credit Values for different academic
employment and workplace communication skills. activities considered, as per the Table.1. Credits for seminar, project
CO 5: Improve their Technical Communication Skills through Technical phases, project viva–voce and internship shall be as specified in the
writing and Readind practices. Scheme of Teaching and Examination (Annexure -1).
CO 6: Write campus recruitment exams, engineering competitive exams and 16) L Table 1: Credit Values
all other general competitive exams. e Theory/Lectures (L) Tutorials (T) Laboratory/Practical (P) Credits Total
t (hours/week/Semester) (hours/week/Semester) (hours/week/Semester) (L:T:P) Credits
Question paper pattern t 4 0 0 4:0:0 4
The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the pattern of the complete e 3 0 0 3:0:0 3
question paper will be objective type, the marks scored by the student will be r 2 2 0 2:1:0 3
proportionately reduced to 60 marks. G 2 0 2 2:0:1 3
r 2 2 2 2:1:1 4
Text Books a 0 0 6 0:0:3 3
1. Technical Communication by Gajendra Singh Chauhan and et.al, d NOTE:Activities like, practical training, study tour and participation in Guest lectures not to
Cengage learning India Pvt Limited [Latest Edition] - 2018. e carry Credits.
2. Communication Skills by Sanjay Kumar and PushpaLata, Published by : It is an index of the performance of students in a said Course. Grades are
Oxford University Press - 2018. Refer the workbook – “Technical denoted by letters S, A, B, C, D, E and F.
Communication Skills - II” for activities and exercises by Sanjay Kumar 17) Grading: Grade refers to qualitative measure of achievement of a
and et.al, Oxford University Press – 2018. student in each Course, based on the percentage of marks secured in (CIE
plus SEE). Grading is done by Absolute Grading [Refer: 18OB6.0]. The
Reference Books rubric attached to letter grades are as follows:
1. High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin, S S – Outstanding, A – Excellent, B – Very Good, C – Good, D – Above
Chandh Publisher – 2015. Average, E – Average and F – Fail.
18) Grade Point (GP): Refers to a numerical weightage allotted to each
letter grade on a 10-point scale as under.

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Letter Grade and corresponding Grade Points on a typical 10 Technical Communication (English) - II
– Point scale
Letter Grade S A B C D E F (Common to all branches)
[As per Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)]
Grade Point 10 09 08 07 06 04 00 (Effective from the academic year 2018-19)

19) Passing Standards: Refers to passing a Course only when getting GP Course Code : 18EGH28 SEE Marks : 60
greater than or equal to 04 (as per serial number 18). Contact Hours: 02 hour Tutorial(Practical Session) /week CIE Marks : 40
20) Credit Point: Is the product of grade point (GP) and number of credits Total Hours : 28 hour or 14 Practical Sessions in a Semester) Exam : 02 Hour
for a Course i.e., Credt points (CrP) = GP x Credits for the Course. Semester : II Credits : 1
21) Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA): Refers to a measure of
academic performance of student/s in a semester. It is the ratio of total
credit points secured by a student in various Courses of a semester and Course Learning Objectives:
the total Course credits taken during that semester. [Refer:18 OB6.0] The course (18EGHL28) will enable the students,
22) Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): Is a measure of overall • To assimilate and get familiarized with English vocabulary and language
cumulative performance of a student over all semesters. [Refer:18 proficiency
OB6.0] • To improve Technical writing and Presentation skills
23) Grade Card: Refers to a certificate showing the grades earned by a • To identify the common errors in speaking and writing English
student. A grade card shall be issued to all the registered students after • To improve Employment and Workplace communication skills
every semester end examination. The grade card will display the
programme details (Course code, title, number of credits, grades Module - I
secured) along with SGPA of that semester and CGPA earned till that Identifying Common Errors in Writing and Speaking English
semester. • Grammar - Subject Verb Agreement (Concord Rules with Exercises),
24) University: Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi. Common errors in Subject-verb agreement, Noun-pronoun agreement,
Adjective, Adverb, Verb, Sequence of Tenses,Misplaced modifiers,
Articles and Prepositions,Common errors in Conjunctions, Word Order,
Errors due to the Confusion of words, Common errors in the use of Idioms
and phrases, Gender, Singular & Plural.

Module - II
Nature and Style of sensible writing
• Organizing Principles of Paragraphs in Documents, Writing Introduction
and Conclusion, Importance of Proper Punctuation, The Art of
Condensation (Precise writing) and Techniques in Essay writing,
Common Errors due to Indianism in English Communication,
Redundancies & Clichés.

Module - III
Technical Reading and Writing Practices
• Effective Technical Reading and Writing Practices, Technical Reports
writing and Technical Proposals Writing, Grammar – Voice (Active and
Passive Voices) and Reported Speech, Vocabulary – Anologies, Words
Confused/Misused, Collocations. The Listening Comprehension,
Spotting Errors Exercises,Sentence Improvement Exercises, Cloze Test
and Theme Detection exercises.

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• Strictly follow the instructions as printed on the cover page of answer 18OB1.0 Title, Duration and Credits of the Programme of Study
script for breakup of marks
18OB1.1 The programme of study shall be called the degree of Bachelor of
• Change of experiment is allowed only once and marks allotted for
Engineering /Bachelor of Technology, abbreviated as BE / B.Tech.
procedure part to be made zero.
• Marks Distribution: 18OB1.2 (a) The program to which students are admitted to I semester of BE /
B.Tech programme shall be of four academic year duration divided
a) For questions having only one part – Procedure + Conduction + Viva-
into eight semesters.The actual Teaching and Learning days shall be
Voce: 15+70+15 = 100 Marks
for at least 90 working days in a semester.
b) For questions having part A and B
(b) The programme to which students are admitted to III semester of
i. Part A - Procedure+Conduction+Viva = 4 + 21 + 5 = 30 Marks
BE / B.Tech programme under lateral entry shall be of three
ii. Part B - Procedure+Conduction+Viva = 10 + 49+ 11 = 70 Marks academic year duration divided into six semesters.The actual
Teaching and Learning days shall be for at least 90 working days in
a semester.
(c) The programme (conducted during evening) to which students
are admitted to III semester of BE / B.Techprogramme under lateral
entry shall be of three academic year duration divided into six
semesters.The actual Teaching and Learning days shall be for at
least 90 working days in a semester.The deficit contact hours of the
programme, conducted during evening on all working days, shall be
compensated on all Sundays (except on general holidays).
18OB1.3 The calendar of events in respect of the program of study shall be
notified by the University in advance.
18OB1.4 Maximum Duration for Programme Completion:
(a) i. Students admitted to I year BE/ B.Tech shall complete the
programme within a period of eight academic years from the date of
first admission, failing which they have to discontinue the
Programme.
ii. Students admitted II Year BE/B.Tech under lateral entry scheme
shall complete the Programmewithin a period of six academic years
from the date of first admission, failing which he/she has to
discontinue the Programme.
(b)i. A student who has not obtained the eligibility to III semester
even after three academic years from the date of admission to I
semester shall discontinue the Programme or get readmitted to I
semester of first year BE/B.Tech with a new University Seat
Number but retaining the same year of admission.
ii. If a student does not get eligibility to III semester even after three
academic years from the date of readmission to I semester [as per
18OB1.4 (b) i.], he/she shall discontinue the Programme or seek
fresh admission to I semester of first year BE/B.Tech as the leeway
(scope) of satisfying 18OB1.4 (a) i is not possible.

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(c)i. A student (under lateral entry scheme) who has not obtained the 6. Introduce 1D Array manipulation and implement Binary search.
eligibility for V semester even after three academic years from the 7. Implement using functions to check whether the given number is prime
date of admission to III semester shall discontinue the and display appropriate messages.
Programmeor get readmitted to III semester of II year BE/B.Tech
with a new University Seat Number but retaining the same year of PART B
admission. 8. Develop a program to introduce 2D Array manipulation and implement
iv. If a student (under lateral entry scheme) does not get Matrix multiplication and ensure the rules of multiplication are checked.
eligibilitytoV semester even after three academic years from the 9. Develop a Program to compute Sin(x) using Taylor series approximation
date of readmission to IIIsemester [as per 18OB1.4 (c) i.] shall .Compare your result with the built- in Library function. Print both the
discontinue the Programme or seek fresh admission to III semester results with appropriate messages.
of first year BE/B.Tech as the leeway of satisfying 18OB1.4 (c) iis 10. Write functions to implement string operations such as compare,
not possible. concatenate, string length. Convince the parameter passing techniques.
18OB1.5 Prescribed Number of Credits for the Programme [to be read along 11. Develop a program to sort the given set of N numbers using Bubble sort.
with 18OB8.14 and 18OB11.2] 12. Develop a program to find the square root of a given number N and
(a) The number of credits to be completed by students admitted to I execute for all possible inputs with appropriate messages. Note: Don’t use
semester of BE/B.Tech programme shall be 175. library function sqrt(n).
(b)The number of credits to be completed by students admitted to III 13. Implement structures to read, write, compute average- marks and the
semester of BE/B.Tech programme under lateral entry scheme shall students scoring above and below the average marks for a class of N
be135. students.
14. Develop a program using pointers to compute the sum, mean and standard
18OB1.6 Definition of Credits:
deviation of all elements stored in an array of n real numbers.
1 hour Lecture (L) per week per semester 1 Credit
2 hour Tutorial (T) per week per semester 1 Credit 15. Implement Recursive functions for Binary to Decimal Conversion.
2 hour Practical/Laboratory/Drawing (P) per week per semester 1
Credit. Laboratory Outcomes:
The student should be able to:
18OB2.0 EligibilityforAdmissionto BE/B.Tech Programmes(As per the
• Write algorithms, flowcharts and program for simple problems.
Government orders issued from time to time)
• Correct syntax and logical errors to execute a program.
18OB2.1 (a)Day Engineering College( Eligibility: Candidates who have
• Write iterative and wherever possible recursive programs.
Passed in Second PUC/ Twelfth standard)
• Demonstrateuse of functions, arrays, strings, structures and pointers in
(i) Passed in 2nd PUC/12th standard/Equivalent examination with problem solving.
English as one of the Languages and obtained a minimum of 45 % of
Marks in aggregate in Physics and Mathematics along with Conduct of Practical Examination:
Chemistry/Bio-Technology/Biology/Electronics/Computer.
• All laboratory experiments, excluding the first, are to be included for
40 % for SC, ST, Category – 1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category practical examination.
candidates. • Experiment distribution
(ii)Those students, who have passed a qualifying examination other o For questions having only one part: Students are allowed to pick one
than the PUC II examination of the Pre-University Education Board experiment from the lot and are given equal opportunity.
of Karnataka, have to obtain eligibility certificate for seeking o For questions having part A and B: Students are allowed to pick one
admission to BE/B.Tech Degree Programme from Visvesvaraya experiment from part A and one experiment from part B and are given
Technological University, Belagavi. equal opportunity.

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(b) Day Engineering College (Eligibility: Candidates who have
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LABORATORY Passed 3 year Diploma)
(Effective from the academic year 2018 -2019)
(i) A candidate who has passed any diploma examination or
SEMESTER – I/II equivalent examination and obtained an aggregate minimum of 45
% marks taken together in all the subjects of the final year (Fifth and
Subject Code : 18CPL16/26 CIE Marks : 40 Sixth semester) diploma examination (qualified examination) is
Number of Hours/Week :2P SEE Marks : 60 eligible for admission to BE Programmes, and 40 % of marks in
Total Number of Lecture Hours : 32 Exam Hours : 03 qualified examination in case of SC, ST and Backward Classes of
Credits – 01 Karnataka candidates.
(ii)Those candidates who have completed Diploma from other than
Descriptions (if any): Karnataka state shall provide the Equivalence/ Eligibility
• The laboratory should be preceded or followed by a tutorial to explain the Certificate from the Director of Technical Education,
approach or algorithm to be implemented / implemented for the problems Karnataka.Check this clause wrt conceptual agreement between
given. Ensure that no built-in functions are used. GoK and Comed -K
• Note that experiment 1 is mandatory and written in the journal. (c) Evening Engineering College (Eligibility: Candidates who
• Questions related with experiment 1, need to be asked during viva-voce have Passed 3 year Diploma):
for all experiments. (i) A candidate who has passed any diploma examination or
• Every experiment should have algorithm and flowchart be written before equivalent examination and obtained an aggregate minimum of 45
writing the program. % marks taken together in all the subjects of the final year (Fifth and
• It is mandatory to implement using Linux and GCC compiler ONLY. Sixth semesters) diploma examination (qualified examination) is
eligible for admission to BE Programmes, and 40 % of marks in
Laboratory Programs: qualified examination in case SC, ST and Backward Classes of
Karnataka candidates.
1. Familiarization with computer hardware and programming environment,
concept of naming the program files, storing, compilation, execution and In addition to this a candidate after passing the diploma, must have
debugging. Taking any simple C- code. minimum of Two years full-time work experience as on 1st
September of the year of admission, in a registered
PART A firm/Company/Industry/Educational and/Government
2. Develop a program to solve simple computational problems using Autonomous Organizations in the branch of
arithmetic expressions and use of each operator leading to simulation of a Engineering/Technology, in which the candidates holds a diploma,
calculator. and in which admission is sought by him/her.
3. Develop a program to compute the roots of a quadratic equation by Professional experience refers to the experience earned as an
accepting the coefficients. Print appropriate messages. employee on regular basis in
4. Develop a program to find the reverse of a positive integer and check for • Government, Government Undertaking, Public Sector
palindrome or not. Display appropriate messages. Undertaking, Corporation or
• Private company registered under the Directorate of
5. An electricity board charges the following rates for the use of electricity: Industries and Commerce or the Directorate of Small Scale
for the first 200 units 80 paise per unit: for the next 100 units 90 paise per Industries or
unit: beyond 300 units Rs 1 per unit. All users are charged a minimum of • Government, Government recognized Institutions as
Rs. 100 as meter charge. If the total amount is more than Rs 400, then an technical staff.
additional surcharge of 15% of total amount is charged. Write a program to
read the name of the user, number of units consumed and print out the 18OB2.1 Provided that the period of apprenticeship undergone shall also be
charges. (continued) treated as professional experience , if sponsored by the Board of

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Apprenticeship Training, Southern Region, Chennai or by Conduction of Practical Examination:
Government,Government Undertakings and Public Sector 1. Examination shall be conducted for 100 marks, later reduced to 60 marks.
Undertakings. 2. All experiments are to be included for practical examination.
3. One instrumental and another volumetric experiment shall be set.
Note: In case where geniunity of the employment certificate is
4. Different experiments shall be set under instrumental and a common
questionable such candidates have to produce supportive
experiment under volumetric.
documents specifying the registration details of the
Industry/Company (e.g., SSI Registration) and or identity cards
Reference Books:
provided to them together with latest salary certificate and
1. G.H. Jeffery, J. Bassett, J. Mendham and R.C. Denney, “Vogel’s Text Book
provident fund certificate. However, the employer has to fill up the
of Quantitative Chemical Analysis”
NOC duly signed by the company authority.
2. O.P. Vermani & Narula, “Theory and Practice in Applied Chemistry”,
(d) Day Engineering College (Eligibility: Candidates who have New Age International Publishers.
Passed B.ScDegree) 3. Gary D. Christian, “Analytical chemistry”, 6th Edition, Wiley India.
Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by
UGC, with at least 45%marks (40% in case of candidates
belonging to reserved category) and passed 10+2 examination
with Mathematics as a subject.
18 OB2.2 With regard to the qualification earned from foreign countries,
Equivalence certificate from the University/ Association of
Indian Universities is mandatory for admission to BE/B.Tech
Programmes. In case of any dispute about the equivalence in
qualification earned from foreign countries, the decision of the
University Equivalence Committee shall be the final in establishing
the eligibility of the student.
18 OB3.0 Courses
18 OB3.1 There shall be the following types of Courses:
a) Humanities, Social Sciences and Management (HSMC):
These are mandatory for all disciplines.
b) Basic Sciences (BSC): Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
These are mandatory for all disciplines.
c) Engineering Sciences (ESC): Materials, Workshop,
Drawing, and Basics of Electrical/ Electronics/
Instrumentation/ Civil/ Mechanical/ Computer Engineering
etc. These are mandatory for all disciplines.
d) Professional Courses (PCC) – Core: Are the professional
Core Courses, relevant to the chosen specialization/ branch.
The core Courses are to be compulsorily studied by students
and are mandatory to complete them to fulfill the
requirements of a programme.
e) Professional Courses(PEC) -Elective: Are the professional
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ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB can be chosen from the pool of papers. It shall be supportive
(Common to all the branches) to the discipline providing extended scope/enabling an
[As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme] exposure to some other discipline /domain and nurturing
(Effective from the academic year 2018-19) student proficiency skills.
f) Open Elective Courses(OEC): Are the Elective Courses from
Course Code : 18CHEL15/25 CIE Marks : 40 other technical areas and/ or from emerging fields.
No. of Hours/Week : 02 SEE Marks : 60
g) Project Work (PROJ):
Total Hours : 42 Exams. Hours: 03
Semester : I/II Credits : 01(0:0:2) h) Mini project and Main Project: Carried out at the Institution
or elsewhere without interfering with the regular classwork.
Course Objectives: i) Seminar: Deliverable at the Institution under the supervision
To provide students with practical knowledge of of a Faculty.
• Quantitative analysis of materials by classical methods of analysis.
• Instrumental methods for developing experimental skills in building i) Internship: Preferably at an industry/R and D organization/IT
technical competence. company/Government organization of significant repute for
a specified period as mentioned in Scheme of Teaching and
Instrumental Experiments Examination.
1. Potentiometric estimation of FAS using standard K2Cr2O7 solution. j) Mandatory Courses (MC): These Courses are mandatory,
2. Conductometric estimation of acid mixture. without the benefit of a grade or credit, for students admitted
3. Determination of Viscosity co-efficient of the given liquid using to BE/B.Tech program. A pass in each mandatory Course is
Ostwald’s viscometer. required to qualify for award the award of degree.
4. Colorimetric estimation of Copper. 18 OB3.2 The minimum number of students registered to any Elective Course
5. Determination of pKa of the given weak acid using pH meter. offered by the Departments shall be not less than ten.
6. Flame photometric estimation of sodium and potassium.
However, the above condition shall not be applicable to programs
Volumetric Experiments having a class strength less than 10.
1. Estimation of Total hardness of water by EDTA complexometric method. 18 OB3.3 A student shall exercise his option in respect of Elective Courses
2. Estimation of CaO in cement solution by rapid EDTA method. and register for the same at the beginning of the concerned semester.
3. Determination of percentage of Copper in brass using standard sodium
thiosulphate solution. The student may be permitted to opt for a change of Elective Course
4. Determination of COD of waste water. within 15 days from the date of commencement of the semester as
5. Estimation of Iron in haematite ore solution using standard K2Cr2O7 per the calendar of the University.
solution by external indicator method. 18 OB3.4 Course Registration:
6. Estimation of percentage of available chlorine in the given sample of Every student shall register for the Courses of a semester (Credits)
bleaching powder (Iodometric method) under the supervision of a Faculty Advisor (also called Mentor,
Counselor etc.,) in each Semester for the Institution to
Course outcomes: On completion of this course, students will have the maintain proper record.
knowledge in,
CO1: Handling different types of instruments for analysis of materials using 18OB4.0 Internship/Professional Practice
small quantities of materials involved for quick and accurate results. 18 OB 4.1 Internship / Professional Practice
CO2: Carrying out different types of titrations for estimation of concerned
in materials using comparatively more quantities of materials The Internship shall be completed during the period specified in the
involved for good results. Scheme of Teaching and Examination.

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1)The internship shall preferably be at an industry/R and D robots, video presentations should be adapted in addition to class room
organization/IT company/ Government organization of significant instructions.
repute for a specified period as mentioned in Scheme of Teaching • The boiler mountings and accessories should be shown in the engine lab.
and Examination. • Assignments should be submitted by students on materials, sources of
energy, global warming, welding processes, robots and their applications.
2)The Department/college shall nominate staff member/s to
These assignments should be given due credit in awarding CIE marks.
facilitate, Guide and supervise students underinternship.
3)The students shall report the progress of the internship to the TEXT BOOKS
Guide in regular intervals and seek his/her advice. The Guide shall 1. Elements of Mechanical Engineering, K. R. Gopalakrishna, Subhas
maintain the progress report of the candidates undergoing Publications, Bangalore, 2008.
internship. 2. Elements of Mechanical Engineering, Vol.-1 & 2, Hajra Choudhury,
4)After the completion of Internship, students shall submit a report Media Promoters, New Delhi, 2001.
with completion and attendance certificates to the Head of the 3. A Text Book of Elements of Mechanical Engineering”, S. Trymbaka
Department with the approval of both internal and external Guides. Murthy, 3rd revised edition 2006, I .K. International Publishing House
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
5)There shall be 40 marks for CIE and 60 marks for SEE. The
minimum requirement of CIE marks shall be 50% of the maximum REFERENCE BOOKS
marks. [To be read along with 18 OB 8.2 (d) and 8.3] 1. Elements of Mechanical Engineering, R.K. Rajput, Firewall Media,
6)The internal Guide shall be the internal examiner for the SEE. [To 2005.
be read along with 18 OB 8.2 (d)] 2. Elements of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. A. S. Ravindra, Best
Publications, 7th edition, 2009.
7)The external Guide for Internship shall be an examiner for SEE.
3. CAD/CAM/CIM, Dr. P Radhakrishnan, 3rd edition, New Age
Examination in internship shall be conducted at the college and the
International Publishers, New Delhi.
date shall be fixed in consultation with the external Guide. The
4. Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics And Control, Craig, J. J., 2nd
Examiners shall jointly award the SEE marks. [To be read along
Ed.Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Readong, MA, 1989.
with 18 OB 8.9 (g)]
5. Introduction to Engineering Materials”, B.K. Agrawal ,Tata
8)In case the external Guide expresses his inability to conduct McGraHill Publication, New Delhi
Examination, the Chief Superintendent of the institutionshall 6. Thermal Science and Engineering”, Dr. D.S. Kumar, S.K. Kataria &
appoint a senior faculty of the Department to conduct the sons Publication, New Delhi
Examination along with the internal Guide. The same shall be
informed in writing to the concerned Chairperson, Board of
Examiners (BOE).
9)The students are permitted to carry out the internship anywhere in
India or abroad. The University will not provide any kind of
financial assistance to any student for carrying out the Internship.
18OB5.0 Technical SeminarandProject
18OB5.1 Technical Seminar: Technical Seminaris one of the head of passing.
(i) Each candidate shall deliver Technical seminar as per the
Scheme of Teaching and Examination on the topics chosen from the
relevant fields.
(ii) The Head of the Department shall make arrangements for
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(Layout sketches of the above machines need not be dealt. Sketches need to be Department. The committee constitutedfor the purpose by the Head
used only for explaining the operations performed on the machines) of the Department shall award the CIE marks for the seminar. The
Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing Systems committee shall consist of twosenior faculty members of the
Computer Numerical Control (CNC): Introduction, components of CNC, Department and the senior most acting as the
open loop and closed loop systems, advantages of CNC, CNC Machining Chairman/Chairperson.[To be read along with 18 OB 8.2 (e)].
centers and Turning centers.
18OB5.2 Project: Project (Mini and Main) is one of the head of passing.
Robots: Robot anatomy, joints and links, common robot configurations.
Applications of Robots in material handling, processing and assembly and Mini Project Work and Main ProjectWork shall preferably be batch
inspection. 8 Hours wise, the strength of each batch shall not exceed a maximum of four
(RBT: L1, L2, L3) students.
18OB5.3 Examination in Mini Project Work and Main Project Work shall be
Course Outcomes: conducted batch-wise.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to
CO1 Identify different sources of energy and their conversion process. 18OB 6.0 Computation of SGPA and CGPA
CO2 Explain the working principle of hydraulic turbines, pumps, IC 18OB 6.1 (i) The University adopts absolute grading system wherein the
engines and refrigeration. marks are converted to grades, and every semester results shall be
CO3 Recognize various metal joining processes and power transmission declared with semester grade point average (SGPA) and
elements. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). The CGPA will be
CO4 Understand the properties of common engineering materials and their calculated for every semester, except for the first semester.
applications in engineering industry.
(ii) The grading system with the letter grades and the assigned range
CO5 Discuss the working of conventional machine tools, machining
of marks under absolute grading system are as given below:
processes, tools and accessories.
CO6 Describe the advanced manufacturing systems. Level Outstand Excellent Very Good Above Average Fail
ing Good Average
Letter S A B C D E F
Question paper pattern: Grade
Grade 10 9 8 7 6 4 00
• The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the marks Points
scored will be proportionately reduced to 60. Percentage
of Marks
≥ 
90
<90
≥80
< 80
≥70
< 70
≥60
< 60
≥ 45
< 45
≥40 < 40
• The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks. Scored in a
• Each full question consisting of 20 marks. Course (90 -100) (80 - 89) (70 - 79) (60 - 69) (45 - 59) (40 - 44) (0 - 39)

• There will be two full questions (with a maximum of three sub questions) (iii) A student obtaining Grade F in a Course shall be considered
from each module. failed and is required to reappear in subsequent SEE. Whatever
• Each full question will have sub question covering all the topics under a the letter grade secured by the student during his /her reappearance
module. shall be awarded. However the number of attempts taken to clear a
• The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full Course shall be indicated in the grade card.
question from each module. 18 OB 6.2 Computation of SGPA and CGPA (as per UGC Guidelines)
Note The following expressions shall be used to compute the Semester
• To illustrate the concepts of operations of turbines, pumps, conventional Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average
machines like lathe, drilling, milling, grinding etc., the instructions should (CGPA) respectively:
be blended with video presentations and visit to the laboratories/ machine
shop concerned.
• Demonstration of soldering, brazing and welding should be arranged in
the workshop.
• To illustrate the fundamentals of CNC machining and turning centers and

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(a) SGPA and CGPA Calculations: An Ill ustrative Example for one academic year engines. P-V diagrams of Otto and Diesel cycles. Simple problems on indicated
Semester
Course power, brake power, indicated thermal efficiency, brake thermal efficiency,

Poin

Poin
SGPA,

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(Odd:1,Eve

ts

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Number Credits CGPA
n: II) mechanical efficiency and specific fuel consumption.
I XX101 5:0:0 B 8 40 Refrigeration and Air conditioning
I XX102 3:2:0 W - -- Refrigeration - Definitions - Refrigerating effect, Ton of Refrigeration, Ice
I XX103 3:0:0 A 9 27 making capacity, COP, relative COP, Unit of Refrigeration. Refrigerants,
Properties of refrigerants, List of commonly used refrigerants. Principle and
I XX104 0:1:1 F 0 00
working of vapor compression refrigeration and vapor absorption refrigeration.
I XX105 4:1:0 D 6 30 Domestic refrigerator. Principles and applications of air conditioners, window
I XX106 5:0:0 E 4 20 and split air conditioners. 8 Hours
20 (RBT: L1, L2, L3)
Total Total 117
(18*)
MODULE IV
II XX107 3:1:1 C 7 35 Properties, Composition and Industrial Applications of engineering
materials
II XX108 4:0:0 B 8 32
Metals – Ferrous: cast iron, tool steels and stainless steels and nonferrous:
II XX109 3:0:0 D 6 18 aluminum, brass, bronze. Polymers - Thermoplastics and thermosetting
II XX110 4:1:0 E 4 20 polymers. Ceramics - Glass, optical fiber glass, cermets. Composites - Fiber
II XX111 2:1:1 A 9 36 reinforced composites, Metal Matrix Composites Smart materials –
Piezoelectric materials, shape memory alloys, semiconductors and insulators.
II XX112 2:0:0 F 0 00
Joining Processes: Soldering, Brazing and Welding
II XX113 0:2:0 B 8 16 Definitions. Classification and methods of soldering, brazing and welding.
Total 25 Total 157 Brief description of arc welding, oxy-acetylene welding, TIG welding, and MIG
(23*) welding.
If the Student secures letter grade sas detailed below after reappearance to SEE, then the
Belt drives
SGPA and CGPA shall bec alculated as indicated below. Open & crossed belt drives, Definitions -slip, creep, velocity ratio, derivations
I XX102 3:2:0 D 6 30 for length of belt in open and crossed belt drive, ratio of tension in flat belt
I XX104 0:1:1 C 7 14 drives, advantages and disadvantages of V belts and timing belts, simple
numerical problems.
II XX112 2:0:0 D 6 12
Gear drives
Total 9 Total 56 Types–spur, helical, bevel, worm and rack and pinion. Velocity ratio,
advantages and disadvantages over belt drives, simple numerical problems on
(b) CGPA Calculatio n of the Programme:An Illustrative Example velocity ratio. 8 Hours
(RBT: L1, L2, L3)
Semester I II III IV V VI VII VIII
Credits of the semester 20 20 24 24 25 24 20 18
MODULE-V
SGPA 7.00 8.50 9.20 6.86 8.18 7.73 8.68 9.40 Lathe - Principle of working of a center lathe. Parts of a lathe. Operations on
lathe - Turning, Facing, Knurling, Thread Cutting, Drilling, Taper turning by
Tailstock offset method and Compound slide swiveling method, Specification
of Lathe.
Milling Machine - Principle of milling, types of milling machines. Working of
18OB 6.3 Grade Card: Based on the secured letter grades, grade points,
horizontal and vertical milling machines. Milling processes - plane milling, end
SGPA and CGPA, agrade card for each semester and a consolidated
milling, slot milling, angular milling, form milling, straddle milling, and gang
grade card indicating the performance in all semesters shall be
milling.
issued.

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 18OB 7.0 Conversions of CGPA into Percentage of marks and Class
(Common to all Branches) Equivalence
(Effective from the academic year 2018-19) 18OB 7.1 Conversion Formula for the conversion of CGPA into
percentage is given below.
Course Code : 18ME15/25 CIE Marks : 40
Percentage of marks secured, [CGPA Earned - 0.75] x 10
Contact Hours/Week : 03 (2L+1T) SEE Marks : 60 Illustration for aCGPA of 8.20:
Total Hours : 40 Credits : 03 P = [CGPA Earned 8.20 - 0.75] x 10 = 74.5%
Exams. Hours : 03
18OB 7.2 Class Equivalence:
After the conversion of final CGPA after successful completion of
Course Objectives: the programme into percentage of marks (P), a graduating student
This course (18ME15/25) will enable students to is reckoned to have passed in
CLO1 Learn the fundamental concepts of energy, its sources and conversion. (i) First Class with Distinction (FCD) if P = 70%
CLO2 Comprehend the basic concepts of thermodynamics. (ii) First Class (FC) if P = 60% but <70% and
CLO3 Understand the concepts of boilers, turbines, pumps, internal (iii) Second Class (SC) if P < 60%.
combustion engines and refrigeration 18OB8.0 Continuous Internal Evaluation, Semester End Evaluation and
CLO4 Distinguish different metal joining techniques. minimum standards
CLO5 Enumerate the knowledge of working with conventional machine
tools, their specifications. 18OB8.1 Continuous Internal Evaluation Marks:
(a) Except for Project phase 1, the CIE marks for all credit courses,
MODULE-1 shall be 40.
Sources of Energy : Introduction and application of energy sources like fossil (b) Minimum CIE marks for all theory Courses shall be 40 % of the
fuels, hydel, solar, wind, nuclear fuels and bio-fuels; environmental issues like marks prescribed for Continuous Internal Evaluation i.e., 16 marks.
global warming and ozone depletion. (c) Minimum CIE marks for Practical/ Mini-project /
Basic concepts of Thermodynamics: Introduction, states, concept of work, Internship/Technical Seminar/Project work – Phase 2 shall be 50 %
heat, temperature; Zeroth, 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws of thermodynamics. Concept of of the maximum marks i.e., 20 marks.
internal energy, enthalpy and entropy (simple numericals). (d) The CIE marks for Project phase 1 shall be 100.
Steam: Formation of steam and thermodynamic properties of steam (simple (e) Minimum CIE marks for Project work – Phase 1 shall be 50 % of
numericals). 8 Hours the maximum marks i.e., 50 marks.
(RBT: L1, L2, L3) 18 OB 8.2 Continuous Internal Evaluation Procedure: [To be read along
with 18 OB 8.1and 8.3]
MODULE-II (a) Theory Courses:
Boilers: Introduction to boilers, classification, Lancashire boiler, Babcock and (i) CIE Marks in each theory Course shall be the sum of marks
Wilcox boiler. Introduction to boiler mountings and accessories (no sketches). prescribed for tests and assignments. Marks prescribed for tests
Turbines: Hydraulic Turbines – Classification and specification, Principles and shall be 30 and that for assignments be 10.
operation of Pelton wheel turbine, Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine The CIE marks for test in a theory Course shall be based on three
(elementary treatment only). tests generally conducted at the end of fifth, tenth and fifteenth week
Hydraulic Pumps: Introduction, classification and specification of pumps, of each semester. Each test shall be conducted for a maximum of 50
reciprocating pump and centrifugal pump, concept of cavitation and priming. marks and the final test marks shall be the average of three tests,
8 Hours proportionately reduced to a maximum of 30 marks.
(RBT: L1, L2, L3) (ii)The remaining 10 marks shall be awarded based on the
evaluation of assignments/unit tests/written quizzes that support to
MODULE – III cover both lower and higher order thinking skills as per Bloom’ s
Internal Combustion Engines Revised Taxonomy and Course/program outcomes.
Classification, I.C. Engines parts, 2 and 4 stroke petrol and 4-stroke diesel
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(iii)Final marks awarded shall be the sum of 18OB 8.2 (a) (i) and (ii) Proposed Activities to be carried out for 10 marks of CIE:
for a maximum of 40 marks. Students should construct and make the demo of the following circuits in a
(iv)The candidates shall write the tests, assignments/unit-tests group of 3/4 students:
/written quizzes in Blue Books which shall be preserved by the 1. +5v power supply unit using Bridge rectifier, Capacitor filter and IC 7805.
Principal/ Head of the Department for at least six months after 2. To switch on/off an LED using a Diode in forward/reverse bias using a
the announcement of University results and shall be made battery cell.
available for verification at the direction of the Registrar 3. Transistor switch circuit to operate a relay which switches off/on an LED.
(Evaluation). 4. IC 741 Integrator circuit/ Comparator circuit.
(b) Drawing/Field work Courses: 5. To operate a small loud speaker by generating oscillations using IC 555.
(i) The CIE marks awarded for I year Engineering Graphics Course
shall be based on Question paper pattern:
a) 24 marks for class work (sketching and Computer Aided • Examination will be conducted for 100 marks with question paper
Engineering Drawing). containing 10 full questions, each of 20 marks.
b) 16 marks for test conducted in the same pattern as that of SEE • Each full question can have a maximum of 4 sub questions.
(The marks secured can be taken as best of the two tests). • There will be 2 full questions from each module covering all the topics of
(ii) The CIE marks awarded for higher semester Drawings/ Design the module.
Drawings offered by various branches shall be based on the • Students will have to answer 5 full questions, selecting one full question
evaluation of the sheets and one test in the ratio 60:40. from each module.
(iii) The CIE marks awarded for field work (like Surveying Practice) • The total marks will be proportionally reduced to 60 marks as SEE marks
shall be based on the evaluation of the associated field work and one is 60.
test in the ratio 60:40.
(c) Practical Courses Text Books:
The CIE marks awarded in case of Practical’s, shall be based on the 1. D.P.Kothari, I.J.Nagarath, “Basic Electronics”, 2nd edn, Mc Graw Hill,
weekly evaluation of laboratory journals/ reports after the 2018.
conduction of every experiment and one practical test in the ratio 2. Thomas L. Floyd, “Electronic Devices”, Pearson Education, 9th edition,
60:40. 2012.
18OB8.2 (d) Internship
Reference Books:
(continued) The CIE marks awarded for internship, shall be based on the
1. D.P.Kothari, I.J.Nagarath, “Basic Electronics”, 1st edn, Mc Graw Hill,
evaluation of Internship Report, Presentation skill and Question and
2014.
Answer session in the ratio 50:25:25.
2. Boylestad, Nashelskey, “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”, Pearson
(e) Technical Seminar
Education, 9th Edition, 2007/11th edition, 2013.
The CIE marks awarded for Technical Seminar, shall be based on
3. David A. Bell, “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Oxford University
the evaluation of Seminar Report, Presentation skill and Question
Press, 5th Edition, 2008.
and Answer session in the ratio 50:25:25.
4. Muhammad H. Rashid, “Electronics Devices and Circuits”, Cengage
(f) Mini - Project
Learning, 2014.
The CIE marks awarded for Mini - Project, shall be based on the
evaluation of Mini - Project Report, Project Presentation skill and
Question and Answer session in the ratio 50:25:25.The marks
awarded for Mini - Project report shall be the same for all the batch
mates.
(g) Main Project Work
(i) Project Work Phase – 1
The CIE marks awarded for project work phase -1, shall be based on
the evaluation of project work phase -1 Report, Project Presentation

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Applications of Op-Amp - Inverting amplifier, Non-Inverting amplifier, skill and Question and Answer session in the ratio 50:25:25.The
Summer, Voltage follower, Integrator, Differentiator, Comparator (6.2 of Text marks awarded for the Project report shall be the same for all the
1). batch mates.
L1, L2, L3 (ii) Project Work Phase - 2
The CIE marks awarded for project work phase -2, shall be based on
MODULE-4 the evaluation of project work phase -2 Report, Project Presentation
BJT Applications, Feedback Amplifiers and Oscillators: skill and Question and Answer session in the ratio 50:25:25.The
BJT as an amplifier, BJT as a switch, Transistor switch circuit to switch ON/OFF marks awarded for Project report shall be the same for all the batch
an LED and a lamp in a power circuit using a relay (refer 4.4 and 4.5 of Text 2). mates.
Feedback Amplifiers – Principle, Properties and advantages of Negative (h)Language Laboratory –I and II(English) [To be formulated]
Feedback, Types of feedback, Voltage series feedback, Gain stability with (i) Communication Kannada[To be formulated]
feedback (7.1-7.3 of Text 1).
18OB8.3 (a)The CIE marks in the case of Internship/Technical
Oscillators – Barkhaunsen's criteria for oscillation, RC Phase Shift oscillator,
Seminar/Mini-Project and Project Work Phase 1 and 2/ shall be
Wien Bridge oscillator (7.7-7.9 of Text 1).
awarded by a committee consisting of the Head of the concerned
IC 555 Timer and Astable Oscillator using IC 555 (17.2 and 17.3 of Text 1).
Department and two senior faculty members of the Department, one
L1, L2, L3
of whom shall be the Guide.
MODULE-5 (b) A committee constituted by the Head of the Department of
Digital Electronics Fundamentals: Humanities and Social Science shall award the CIE marks for the
Difference between analog and digital signals, Number System-Binary, Course Communication Kannada. The committee shall consist of
Hexadecimal, Conversion- Decimal to binary, Hexadecimal to decimal and two senior faculty members of the Department and the senior most
vice-versa, Boolean algebra, Basic and Universal Gates, Half and Full adder, acting as the Chairman/Chairperson.
Multiplexer, Decoder, SR and JK flip-flops, Shift register, 3 bit Ripple Counter 18 OB8.4 (i) Students failing to secure a minimum percentage of CIE marks in
(refer 10.1-10.7 of Text 1). Credit Course/s shall not be eligible for the SEE conducted by the
Basic Communication system, Principle of operations of Mobile phone (refer University and they shall be considered as failed in that Course
18.2 and 18.18 of Text 1). /those Courses. However, they can appear for University
L1, L2 examinations conducted in other Courses of the same semester and
backlog Courses if any.
Course Outcomes: (ii) Improvement in CIE marks shall not be allowed during the
After studying this course, students will be able to: current semester.
• Describe the operation of diodes, BJT, FET and Operational Amplifiers. (iii)Students who have satisfied the attendance requirement but not
• Design and explain the construction of rectifiers, regulators, amplifiers the CIE requirements are permitted to register afresh and appear for
and oscillators. SEE after satisfying the CIE requirementsin the same Course/s
• Describe general operating principles of SCRs and its application. when offered during subsequent semester/s.
• Explain the working and design of Fixed voltage IC regulator using 7805 (iv) The Course/s when repeated are considered as attempts.
and Astable oscillator using Timer IC 555.
• Explain the different number system and their conversions and construct 18OB8.5 CIE marks of those students, who come under 18OB8.4, shall be
simple combinational and sequential logic circuits using Flip-Flops. sent separately to the Registrar (Evaluation).
• Describe the basic principle of operation of communication system and 18OB8.6 The final list, incorporating corrections (if any) of CIE marks
mobile phones. awarded to the students in the Theory/Practical/Internship/
Technical Seminar / Mini – Project/Project work – phase 1 and 2,
shall be displayed on the notice board of the college much before the
closure of the semester.
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format ofthe VTU online CIE marks portal andsubmit a certified BASIC ELECTRONICS
copy of CIE marksto the University Examination Section within the [As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme]
stipulated date. Every page of the CIE marks sheet shall bear the
signatures of the concerned Teacher/Teachers, Head of the SEMESTER – I/II
Department and Principal. Course Code : 18ELN14/24 CIE Marks : 40
18OB8.7 Any corrections or overwriting of CIE marks shall bear the Number of Hours/Week : 03 (02 + 01 Tutorial) SEE Marks : 60
signature(s) of concerned Teacher(s) and in such cases the Head of Total Number of Lecture Hours : 40 (08 Hours per Module) Exam Hours : 03
the Department shall indicate the number of corrections on every Credits – 03
sheet and attest it with his/her signature.
18OB8.8 CIE marks shall reach the University before the commencement of Course Objectives:
examination as per the notification from the office of the Registrar This course will enable students to:
(Evaluation) from time to time. After the submission of CIE marks • Understand characteristics, operation and applications of the diodes,
to the University, any request under any circumstances for change bipolar junction transistors, field effect transistors, SCRs and operational
of CIE marks shall not be considered. amplifiers in electronic circuits.
• Understand different number systems and working of fundamental
18 OB 8.9 Semester End Examination and Passing standards building blocks of digital circuits.
(a) For all credit courses, the SEE marks shall be 60. • Understand the principle of basic communication system and mobile
(b) University examination for all Credit Courses is conducted for a phones.
maximum of 100 Marks.
(c) The University examination in all programs of study shall be MODULE-1
conducted at the end of each semester for all the eight semesters. Semiconductor Diodes and Applications:
The examinations shall not be considered as overlapping if at all a p-n junction diode, Equivalent circuit of diode, Zener Diode, Zener diode as a
student appears for examinations conducted in the morning and voltage regulator, Rectification-Half wave rectifier, Full wave rectifier, Bridge
afternoon session. Further,the examinations shall not also be rectifier, Capacitor filter circuit (2.2, 2.3, 2.4 of Text 1).
considered as overlapping if the same student appears for the next Photo diode, LED, Photocoupler. (2.7.4, 2.7.5, 2.7.6 of Text 1).
day’s examinations. 78XX series and 7805 Fixed IC voltage regulator (8.4.4 and 8.4.5 of Text 1).
(d)For a pass in a theory Course/Drawing, students shall secure a L1, L2, L3
minimum of 35 % of the maximum marks prescribed for the
University examination and in total 40 % of the maximum marks MODULE-2
prescribed for the Course including the CIE marks secured by the FET and SCR:
students (i.e., SEE + CIE.). Introduction, JFET: Construction and operation, JFET Drain Characteristics
(e)For a pass in Practical/ Mini-project / Internship/Technical and Parameters, JFET Transfer Characteristic, Square law expression for ID,
Seminar/Project work, students shall secure a minimum of 40 % of Input resistance, MOSFET: Depletion and Enhancement type MOSFET-
the maximum marks prescribed in the University examination. Construction, Operation, Characteristics and Symbols, (refer 7.1, 7.2, 7.4, 7.5 of
(f) Students who satisfy the conditions 18OB 8.9 (d) and (e) obtain Text 2), CMOS (4.5 of Text 1).
any grade from S to E shall be considered as passed. Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR) – Two-transistor model, Switching action,
(g) A student shall be declared failed if the candidate Characteristics, Phase control application (refer 3.4 upto 3.4.5 of Text 1).
(h.a) Fails to satisfy the conditions 18OB 8.9 (f). L1, L2, L3
(h.b) Absents himself / herself to the University examination.
(h.c) Is held guilty of examination malpractice and declared the MODULE-3
performance of any course/s null and void by a competent authority. Operational Amplifiers and Applications:
(h) If a student secures F grade in any of the Course/s, he/she shall Introduction to Op-Amp, Op-Amp Input Modes, Op-Amp Parameters-CMRR,
reappear in that Course/s during the subsequent SEE. The CIE Input Offset Voltage and Current, Input Bias Current, Input and Output
marks awarded to the student at first attempt in the concerned Impedance, Slew Rate (12.1, 12.2 of Text 2).

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Course Outcomes: The student will be able to : theory Course/s shall be carried forward. Revised CIE marks is
· Demonstrate problem solving skills using C. considered only in cases under the provisions of 18 OB 8.4.
· Code thesimple algorithms from the different domainssuch as 18 OB 8.10 Students who pass a Course of a semester as per 18OB 8.9 (f) shall
mathematics, physics, etc. not be allowed to appear for any individual Course again, unless
· Correct syntax and logical errors in C programs. they opt for rejection of results of entire semester. However,
students who have CGPA less than 5.00 at the end of an academic
· Make use of functions, structures and pointers in writing C programs.
year shall be allowed to appear for Course/s to make up the
Question Paper Pattern: deficiency in CGPA.
· The question paper will have ten questions.
18 OB 8.11 A student may, at his/her desire, reject the total performance of a
· Each full Question consisting of 20 marks semester (including CIE marks) or reject only the result of his/her
· There will be 2 full questions (with a maximum of four sub questions) performance in University examination of a semester. The
from each module. rejection is permitted only once during the entire programme of
· Each full question will have sub questions covering all the topics under study.
a module. 18 OB 8.12 The student who desires to reject the results of a semester shall
· The students will have to answer 5 full questions, selecting one full reject performance in all the Courses of the semester, irrespective
of whether the student has passed or failed in any Course.
question from each module.
However, the rejection of performance of VIII semester project
shall not be permitted.
Text Books:
A student, who desires to reject the total performance of a
1. Vikas Gupta: Computer Concepts and C Programming, Dreamtech Press
semester including CIE marks, has to take readmission for that
2013.
semester.
2. R S Bichkar, Programming with C, University Press, 2012. Application for approval of readmission shall be sent to the
3. V Rajaraman: Computer Programming in C, PHI, 2013. Registrar through the Principal of College within 30 days from
4. Basavaraj S. Anami, Shanmukhappa A. Angadi, Sunilkumar S. Manvi, the date of the announcement of the results. Late submission of
Computer Concepts and C Programming: A Holistic Approach to application shall not be accepted for any reasons.
Learning C, Seond edition, PHI India, 2010. 18 OB 8.12 Readmission to any semester in such cases shall not be considered
(continued) as fresh admission and therefore the student will continue to have
the same University Seat Number, which was allotted earlier. The
Course duration (as per 18OB1.4) will be counted with reference
to old USN.
The student, who rejects only the results of University
examination of a semester, shall be permitted to re-appear for
University examinations of all the Courses of that semester in the
subsequent examinations. However, the CIE marks obtained by
the student in the rejected semester shall be retained.
Applications for rejection and approval to reappear for University
examination shall be sent to the Registrar (Evaluation) through
the Principal of the College within 30 days from the date of
announcement of the results. Late submission of applications
shall not be accepted for any reasons.
18 OB 8.12 If the rejection of results of University examination is of odd
(continued) semester, the student shall be allowed to take admission to the

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immediate next even semester. However, if the rejection of PROGRAMMING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING USING C
results of University examination is ofeven semester, then the (Effective from the academic year 2018 -2019)
student shall not be allowed to take admission to the next odd
semester (as per 18OB10.3). SEMESTER – I/II
18 OB 8.13 Students who opt for rejection of results of University Course Code : 18CPPS13/23 CIE Marks : 40
examination shall be eligible for the award of degreeand not for Number of Hours/Week : 03 (02L+01T) SEE Marks : 60
the award of ranks. Total Number of Lecture Hours : 40 Exam Hours : 03
18 OB 8.14 A student shall be declared to have completed the program of BE / Credits – 03
B.Tech degree, provided the student has undergone the stipulated
Course work of all the semesters as per the Scheme of Teaching MODULE-I
and Examination and has earned the prescribed number of credits Introduction to computer systems: Components of a computer system
as per the provision 18 OB1.5. (Topics to be covered: disks, memory, processor, operating system,editors,
interpreter and compilers). [To be collected from online
18 OB 9.0 Attendance Requirement resources]
18OB9.1 Each semester shall be considered as a unit for calculation Idea of Algorithm: steps to solve logical and numerical problems.
of the attendance and the Candidates have to put in a minimum Representation of Algorithm: Flowchart/Pseudocode with examples.
attendance of 85% in each Course with a provision of [To be collected from online resources]
condonation of 10% of the attendance by the Vice-Chancellor Overview of C: Basic structure of C program, executing a C program. Constant,
on the specific recommendations of the Principal of the variable and data types, Operators and expressions,
college where the candidate is studying, based on medical Text book 1: Ch 1, 2 and 3
grounds, participation in University/State/ National/
International level sports and cultural activities, seminars, MODULE-II
workshops, paper presentation etc., of significant value. The Managing Input and output operations. Conditional Branching and Loops.
supporting documentsfor condoning the shortage of attendance Example programs, Finding roots of a quadratic equation, computation of
are to be submitted along with the recommendations. binomial coefficients, plotting of Pascals triangle.
18OB9.2 (a) The basis for the calculation of attendance shall be the period Text book 1: 4, 5 and 6
prescribed by the University by its calendar of events.
(b) For a theory course having lecture and tutorial hours, MODULE-III
attendance should be with respect to 85 % of attendance in lecture Arrays: Arrays (1-D, 2-D), Character arrays and Strings, Basic Algorithms:
hours and 85 % of attendance in tutorial hours. If attendance Searching and Sorting Algorithms (Linear search, Binary search, Bubble sort
requirement is not satisfied in any one of them, the candidate shall and Selection sort).
be considered as not satisfied the attendance condition. Text book 1: Ch 5, 6, 7 (7.1 to 7.6) and 8 (8.1 to 8.8)
Condonation of 10 % shall be applied separately to lecture and
tutorial hour to make up the deficiency in attendance. Faculties MODULE-IV
shall also maintain attendance of students of lecture and tutorial User Defined Functions and Recursion
hours separately in the same register or in separate registers. Example programs,Finding Factorial of a positive integers and Fibonacci series.
(c) In case of late admission, approved by competent authority Preprocessor Directives
(DTE/VTU), to I semester/III semester (lateral entry scheme)/ III Text book 1: Ch 9 (9.1 to 9.18)
semester (lateral entry scheme) of Engineering programme
conducted during evening the attendance shall be reckoned from MODULE-V
the date of admission to the programme. Structure and Pointers
18OB9.3 The Course Instructor/ Mentor/College shall inform the students Text book 1: Ch 10 (10.1 to 10.9) and 11(11.1 to 11. 6 and 11.16)
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question from each module. periodically. Students who are facing the shortage of attendance
Text Books: shall be mentored to make up the shortage. Principals shall also
1. P.C. Jain & Monica Jain. "Engineering Chemistry", Dhanpat Rai notify every month, the list of candidates who are under short of
Publications, New Delhi (2015- Edition). attendance.
2. S. S. Dara, A textbook of Engineering Chemistry, 10th Edition, S Chand & 18OB9.4 A candidate, who does not satisfy the attendance
Co., Ltd., New Delhi, 2014. requirement (in one or more Courses) as mentioned in 18OB9.1
3. Physical Chemistry, by P. W. Atkins, Oxford Publications (Eighth edition- shall not be eligible to appear for the SEE of that semester and
2006). shall not be permitted to take admission to next higher semester.
The candidate shall be required to repeat that semester during the
Reference books: subsequent year.
1. O.G. Palanna, "Engineering Chemistry", Tata McGraw Hill Education
18OB 10.0 Vertical Progression(Promotion/ Eligibility to higher semesters)
Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, Fourth Reprint (2015- Edition).
2. R.V. Gadag & A. Nityananda Shetty., "Engineering Chemistry", I K 18OB 10.1 There shall be no restriction for promotion from an odd semester
International Publishing House Private Ltd. New Delhi (2015- Edition). to the next even semester, provided the student has fulfilled the
attendance requirement.
3. "Wiley Engineering Chemistry", Wiley India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
Second Edition-2013. 18 OB 10.2 A student shall be declared failed if the candidate
4. B. Jaiprakash, R. Venugopal, Sivakumaraiah and Pushpa Iyengar, (i) Fails to satisfy the conditions 18OB 8.9 (f).
Chemistry for Engineering Students, Subhash Publications, Bengaluru, (ii) Absents himself / herself to the University examination.
(2015- Edition). (iii) Is held guilty of examination malpractice and declared the
performance of any
Course/s null and void by a competent authority.
(iv) Has not satisfied the CIE requirements of any credit course/s.
(v) Has not registered for the SEE even after satisfying the
attendance and CIE Requirements.
18 OB 10.3 A) Vertical Progression in case of students admitted to First
year:
(a) A student with CGPA at the end of First academic year and
having no F grade or having not more than four F grades in the
two semesters of first year of the programme shall be eligible to
move to II Year.
(a.1) A Student with CGPA at the end of Second academic year
and having no F grade orhaving not more four F grades in the four
semesters of I and II year shall be eligible to move to III year.
(a.2)A student with CGPA at the end of Third academic year,
earned all the prescribed credits of I year andhaving no F gradeor
having not more than four F grades in the four semesters of II and
III year shall be eligible to move to IV year.
(b)A student shall also be eligible for the first time, with a warning
to move to higher odd semester, if he/she has failed to secure a
minimum CGPA = 5.00 at the end of any academic year provided
(c) For the award of degree, a CGPA at the end of programme
shall be mandatory. [to be read with 18OB10.4 (a)]

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(B)Vertical Progression in case of students admitted to Module V
Second year (Lateral Entry) Instrumental methods of analysis and Nanomaterials
(d) A student with CGPA at the end of Second academic year and Instrumental methods of analysis: Theory, Instrumentation and applications
havingno F gradeor not havingmore than four F grades of Colorimetry, Flame Photometry, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy,
(excluding the Fail or pass status of Additional Mathematics I and Potentiometry, Conductometry (Strong acid with a strong base, weak acid with a
II) in the two semesters of second year of the programme shall be strong base, mixture of strong acid and a weak acid with a strong base)
eligible to move to III Year. (4 hrs)
(d.1) A students with CGPA at the end of Third academic year Nanomaterials: Introduction, size dependent properties (Surface area,
and having no F grade or having not more four F grades Electrical, Optical, Catalytic and Thermal properties). Synthesis of
(including fail status of Additional Mathematics I and II if any) in nanomaterials: Top down and bottom up approaches, Synthesis by Sol-gel,
the four semesters of II and III year shall be eligible to move to IV precipitation and chemical vapour deposition, Nanoscale materials: Fullerenes,
year. Carbon nanotubes and graphenes – properties and applications (4 hrs)
(e) A student is also eligible for the first time, with a warning to (RBT Levels: L1 & L2)
move to higher odd semester, if he/she has failed to secure a
minimum CGPA = 5.00 at the end of any academic year provided: Course Outcomes: On completion of this course, students will have knowledge
The mandatory non – credit courses Additional Mathematics I in:
and II prescribed at III and IV semesters respectively, to lateral Co1 : Use of free energy in equilibria, rationalize bulk properties and processes
entry Diploma holders admitted to III semester of BE/B.Tech using thermodynamic considerations, electrochemical
programs, shall compulsorily be registered during the respective energy systems.
semesters to complete all the formalities of the course and appear
for the University examination. Co2 : Causes & effects of corrosion of metals and control of corrosion.
Further, Additional Mathematics I and II, shall be completed to Modification of surface properties of metals to develop resistance to corrosion,
secure eligibility to VII semester. However, these Courses shall wear, tear, impact etc. by electroplating and electroless plating.
not considered for vertical progression from II year to III year but Co3 : Production & consumption of energy for industrialization of country and
considered as head of passing along with credit courses of the living standards of people. Electrochemical and concentration cells. Classical,
programme for eligibility to VII semester. modern batteries and fuel cells. Utilization of solar energy for different useful
(f) For the award of degree, a CGPA at the end of programme forms of energy.
shall be mandatory. [to be read with 18OB10.4 (b)].
CO4 : Environmental pollution, waste management and water chemistry.
(C)Vertical Progression in case of B.Sc students admitted to
Co5 : Different techniques of instrumental methods of analysis. Fundamental
Second year (Lateral Entry)
principles of nanomaterials.
(g) A student with CGPA at the end of Second academic year and
having no F grade or not having more than four F grades
Question Paper Pattern:
(excluding the Fail or pass status of Engineering Graphics and
Design, and Civil Engineering and Mechanics of First Year • The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the marks
Engineering Programme) in the two semesters of second year of scored by the student will be proportionately reduced to 60.
the programme shall be eligible to move to III Year. • The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.
(g.1) A students with CGPA at the end of Third academic year
and having no F grade or having not more four F grades • Each full question carries 20 marks.
(including fail status of Engineering Graphics and Design, and • There will be two full questions (with a maximum of three sub
Civil Engineering and Mechanics of First Year Engineering questions) from each module.
Programme, if any) in the four semesters of II and III year shall
• Each full question will have sub question covering all the topics under
be eligible to move to IV year.
a module.
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corrosion product, nature of medium – pH, conductivity and temperature. Types 18 OB 10.3 (h) A student is also eligible for the first time, with a warning to
of corrosion - Differential metal and differential aeration - pitting and water (continued) move to higher odd semester, if he/she has failed to secure a
line). Corrosion control: Anodizing – Anodizing of aluminium, Cathodic minimum CGPA = 5.00 at the end of any academic year provided:
protection - sacrificial anode and impressed current methods, Metal coatings –
Lateral entrant students from B.Sc. Stream, shall clear the
Galvanization (4 hrs)
non-credit courses Engineering Graphics and Elements of Civil
Metal finishing: Introduction, Technological importance. Electroplating:
Engineering and Mechanics of the First Year Engineering
Introduction, principles governing electroplating-Polarization, decomposition
Programme. These Courses shall not be considered for vertical
potential and overvoltage. Electroplating of chromium (hard and decorative).
progression from II year to III year but considered as head of
Electroless plating: Introduction, electroless plating of nickel & copper,
passing along with credit courses of the programme for eligibility
distinction between electroplating and electroless plating processes (4 hrs)
to VII semester.
(RBT Levels: L1 & L2)
MODULE-III (i) For the award of degree, a CGPA at the end of programme
Energy Systems shall be mandatory [to be read with 18OB10.4 (b)].
Chemical Fuels: Introduction, classification, definitions of CV, LCV, and HCV, 18 OB 10.4 (a) Noncompliance of CGPA at the end of an academic year
determination of calorific value of solid/liquid fuel using bomb calorimeter,
numerical problems. Knocking of petrol engine – Definition, mechanism, ill (i)In case, the CGPA falls below 5.00 at the end of an academic
effects and prevention. Power alcohol, unleaded petrol and biodiesel (4 hrs) year for the second time or during the subsequent academic years,
Fuel Cells: Introduction, differences between conventional cell and fuel cell, the student shall be not be permitted for the next higher odd
limitations & advantages. Construction, working & applications of methanol- semester.
oxygen fuel cell with H2SO4 electrolyte, and solid oxide fuel cell (SOFCs) 18 OB 10.4 (ii) In cases of 18OB10.4 a (i), the student is permitted to appear
(2 hrs) again for SEE in full or part of the corresponding previous
Solar Energy: Photovoltaic cells- introduction, construction and working of a semester Course/s by rejecting the performance for required
typical PV cell, Preparation of solar grade silicon by Union Carbide number of Course/s [other than Internship, Technical seminar,
Process/Method. Advantages & disadvantages of PV cells (2 hrs) Project (Mini and Main), and Laboratories] and times, subject to
the provision of 18OB1.4, to make up CGPA equal to or greater
MODULE - IV than 5.00 for enrollment to next higher odd semester or for the
Environmental Pollution and Water Chemistry award of the Degree.
Environmental Pollution: Air pollutants: Sources, effects and control of
(iii)The student should reject the SEE results of the previous
primary air pollutants: Carbon monoxide, Oxides of nitrogen and sulphur,
attempt and obtain written permission from the Registrar
hydrocarbons, Particulate matter, Carbon monoxide, Mercury and Lead.
(Evaluation) to reappear in the subsequent SEE.
Secondary air pollutant: Ozone, Ozone depletion (3 hrs)
Waste Management: Solid waste, e-waste & biomedical waste: Sources, 2.Noncompliance of Mini-project
characteristics & disposal methods (Scientific land filling, composting, (a) The mini-project shall be considered as a head of passing and
recycling and reuse) (1 hrs) shall be considered for the award of degree. Those, who do not
Water Chemistry: Introduction, sources and impurities of water; boiler feed take-up/complete the mini-project shall be declared as failed and
water, boiler troubles with disadvantages -scale and sludge formation, boiler shall have to complete during subsequent University examination
corrosion (due to dissolved O2, CO2 and MgCl2). Sources of water pollution, after satisfy the Mini-project requirements. Also, mini-project
Sewage, Definitions of Biological oxygen demand (BOD) and Chemical shall be considered for eligibility to VII semester.
Oxygen Demand (COD), determination of COD, numerical problems on COD. 3. Noncompliance of Internship
Chemical analysis of water: Sulphates (gravimetry) and Fluorides (a) All the students admitted to III year of BE/B.Tech shall have to
(colorimetry). Sewage treatment: Primary, secondary (activated sludge) and undergo mandatory internship of 4 weeks during the vacation of
tertiary methods. Softening of water by ion exchange process. Desalination of VI and VII semesters and /or VII and VIII semesters. A
sea water by reverse osmosis (4 hrs) University examination shall be conducted during VIII semester
(RBT Levels: L3) and prescribed credits shall be added to VIII semester. Internship

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shall be considered as a head of passing and shall be considered
for the award of degree. Those, who do not take-up/complete the
Engineering Chemistry
internship shall be declared as failed and shall have to complete (Common to all Branches)
during subsequent University examination after satisfy the [As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme]
internship requirements. (Effective from the academic year 2018-19)
To be discussed with respect to duration and how to match with
the calendar of events Course Code : 18CHE12/22 CIE Marks : 40
Contact Hours/Week : 05(3L+2T) SEE Marks : 60
18 OB 11.0 Temporary Discontinuation/Break in the Program
Total Hours : 50 (8L+2T per module) Exams. Hours: 03
18 OB 11.1 (a) If a candidate, for any reason, temporarily discontinues the Semester : I/II Credits : 04(3:2:0)
Programme or take a break from the programme during any
semesterintentionally, he/she may be permitted to continue the
programme by registering to the same semester /s of the Course Learning Objectives:
prevailing scheme. The candidate shall complete all the This course (18CHE12/22) will enable students to
remaining Course work subject to the provision 18 OB 1.4. • Master the basic knowledge of engineering chemistry for building
Also the Candidates may have to complete additional Course/s, technical competence in industries, research and development.
if any, as per the decision of concerned Board of Studies • To develop knowledge in the fields of use of free energy in chemical
and approval of Dean, Faculty of Engineering, on equilibrium, electrochemistry and energy storage systems, Corrosion
establishing equivalence between two schemes. A Grade card and metal finishing.
shall be issued to that effect. Additional Course/s shallnot be • To understand the importance of energy systems, environmental
considered for the eligibility criterion prescribed for promotion. pollution, waste management, water chemistry, Instrumental methods
However, based on the individual cases, it is considered to decide of analysis and Nanomaterials.
the SGPA and CGPA to admit the student for the award of
degree.Such candidates shall not be eligible for the award of rank. MODULE-I
(b) Candidates who takes admission to any semester of the Electrochemistry and Energy storage systems
existing scheme from another scheme, as a repeater/fresher Use of free energy in chemical equilibria: Thermodynamic functions:
because of various reasons, including the case of 18OB11.1 Definitions of free energy and entropy. Cell potential, derivation of Nernst
(a)shall, attend and complete all the remaining semester/sof the equation for single electrode potential, numerical problems on E, E0, and
programme adhering to the regulations of the prevailing Ecell (3 hrs)
scheme,and shallcomplete additional Course/s, if any, as per Electrochemical energy systems: Reference electrodes: Introduction,
the decision of concerned Board of Studies and approval of construction, working and applications of Calomel electrode. Ion-selective
Dean, Faculty of Engineering, on establishing equivalence electrode – Definition, construction and principle of Glass electrode and
between two schemes. A Grade card shall be issued to that effect. determination of pH using glass electrode. Electrolyte concentration cells,
Additional courses shall not be considered for theeligibility numerical problems (3 hrs)
criterion prescribed for promotion. However, based on the Energy storage systems: Introduction, classification - primary, secondary and
individual cases, it is considered to decide the SGPA and CGPA to reserve batteries. Construction, working and applications of Ni-MH and Li-ion
admit the student for the award of degree.Such candidate shall not batteries (2 hrs)
be eligible for the award of rank. (RBT Levels: L3)
(c)The credits to be earned by the candidates under 18OB11.1 (a MODULE-II:
and b) shall be decided by the University along with the Corrosion and Metal finishing
additional course/s to be completed. Corrosion: Introduction, Electrochemical theory of corrosion, Factors
18 OB 11.2 (i)The candidates who have temporarily discontinued the affecting the rate of corrosion: ratio of anodic to cathodic areas, nature of
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Course Outcomes: On completion of this course, students are able to: another,because of various reasons,shall be eligible for the award
CO1 : Illustrate the applications of multivariate calculus to understand the of degree provided the credits earned is equal to or greater than
solenoidal and irrotational vectors and also exhibit the inter dependence of line, the credits decided by the University in the individual cases.
surface and volume integrals. (ii) In case the credits earned is less than thecredits decided by the
CO2 : Demonstrate various physical models through higher order differential University in the individual cases, after the completion of all the
equations and solve such linear ordinary differential equations. semesters of the programme, the candidate shall register for a
course not studied earlier and make up the credits earned equal to
Co3 : Construct a variety of partial differential equations and solution by exact or greater than the required for the award of degree.
methods/method of separation of variables.
18OB 12.0 Award of Prizes, Medals and Ranks
CO4 : Explain the applications of infinite series and obtain series solution of
ordinary differential equations. 18OB 12.1 For the award of Prizes and Medals, the conditions stipulated by
the Donor shall be considered subject to the provisions of the
Co5 : Apply the knowledge of numerical methods in the modeling of various statutes framed by the University for such awards.
physical and engineering phenomena.
18 OB 12.2 (1) For award of rank in a Specialization of Bachelor of
Question Paper Pattern: Engineering/ Technology, the CGPA secured by the students
from III to VIII semester is considered.
• The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the marks
scored will be proportionately reduced to 60. (2) A student shall be eligible for a rank at the time of
award of degree of Bachelor of Engineering/ Technology,
• The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks. provided the student has
• Each full question carries 20 marks. (a) i. Has passed I to VIII semester in all the Courses in first
• There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub attempt only in case of candidates admitted I year.
questions) from each module. ii. Has passed III to VIII semester in all the Courses in first
• Each full question will have sub questions covering all the topics attempt only in case of candidates admitted under lateral entry
under a module. scheme.
• The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full iii. Has completed all the prescribed Audit/mandatory Courses.
question from each module. (b) Is not a repeater in any semester because of rejection of result
of a semester/ shortage of attendance etc.
(c) Has completed all the semesters without any
break/discontinuity.
(d) Has completed all the semesters (I to VIII/III to VIII) in VTU
constituent college or in any VTU affiliated non-autonomous
college.
(e) Has not been transferred from autonomous institution
affiliated to VTU or from any other University.
18 OB 12.2 (3) The total number of ranks awarded shall be 10% of total
(continued) number of students appeared in VIII semester subject to a
maximum of 10 ranks in a Specialization.
(4) For award of ranks in a Specialization, a minimum of 10
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Illustration: MODULE-IV
(a)If 1228 students appeared for the VIII semester in Electronics Infinite Series:- Series of positive terms- convergence and divergence.
and Communication Engineering programme, the number of Cauchy's root test and D'Alembert's ratio test(without proof)- Illustrative
ranks to be awarded for Electronics and Communication examples.
Engineering shall be 10. Power Series solutions:- Series solution of Bessel's differential equation
leading to Jn(x)- Bessel's function of first kind-orthogonality. Series solution of
(b)If 90 students appeared for the VIII semester in Biomedical Legendre's differential equation leading to Pn(x)-Legendre polynomials.
Engineering, the number of ranks to be awarded for Biomedical Rodrigue's formula (without proof), problems. (RBT Levels: L1 & L2)
Engineering will be 09.
(5) In case of fractional number of ranks, it is rounded to higher MODULE-V
integer only when the first decimal place value is greater than or Numerical Methods:
equal to 5. Finite differences. Interpolation/extrapolation using Newton's forward and
backward difference formulae, Newton's divided difference and Lagrange's
18 OB 12.3 Ranks are awarded based on the merit of the students as
formulae (All formulae without proof). Solution of polynomial and
determined CGPA. If two or more students get the same CGPA,
transcendental equations – Newton-Raphson and Regula-Falsi methods( only
the tie shall be resolved by considering the number of times a
formulae)- Illustrative examples.
student has obtained higher SGPA. If it is not resolved even at this
Numerical integration: Simpson's (1/3)th and (3/8)th rules, Weddle's rule
stage, the number of times a student has obtained higher grades
(without proof ) –Problems. ( RBT Levels: L1, L2 & L3)
like S, A, B etc., shall be taken into account to decide the order of
the rank.
Text Books:
18 OB 13.0 Transfers of Students 1. B.S. Grewal: Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, 43rd
Transfer of students from one college to another college within Ed., 2015.
Karnataka state shall be permitted only at the beginning of third, 2. E. Kreyszig: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley & Sons,
fifth, and seventh semesters, subject to availability of seats within 10th Ed.(Reprint), 2016.
the permitted intake in respective Colleges and subject to the
prior approval of the University. Reference books:
(a) Transfer of students from one non - autonomous to another 1. C.Ray Wylie, Louis C.Barrett : “Advanced Engineering Mathematics",
non – autonomous college affiliated to VTU is permitted with 6th Edition, 2. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1995.
the approval of the Registrar, VTU subject to the provision 2. James Stewart : “Calculus –Early Transcendentals”, Cengage Learning
18OB10.3. India Private Ltd., 2017.
The students seeking transfer shall have to 3. B.V.Ramana: "Higher Engineering Mathematics" 11th Edition, Tata
McGraw-Hill, 2010.
(i)Obtain No Objection certificate for admission from the
4. Srimanta Pal & Subobh C Bhunia: “Engineering Mathematics”,
University and from both the colleges before the commencement
of term as notified by VTU. Oxford University Press, 3rd Reprint, 2016.
5. Gupta C.B., Singh S.R. and Mukesh Kumar: “Engineering
(ii)Complete the programme subject to the provision 18OB1.4. Mathematics for Semester I & II”, Mc-Graw Hill Education (India)
(b) Transfer of students from an autonomous to non – autonomous Pvt.Ltd., 2015.
college affiliated to VTU is permitted with the approval of the
Registrar, VTU provided the candidates have passed in all the Web links and Video Lectures:
Courses of the previous semesters. 1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses.php?disciplineID=111
The students seeking transfer shall have to 2. http://www.class-central.com/subject/math(MOOCs)
3. http://academicearth.org/
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VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI University and from both the colleges before commencement of
B.E. SYLLABUS FOR 2018-2022 term as notified by VTU.
(ii)Complete additional Course/s, if any, as per the decision
Advanced Calculus and Numerical Methods of concerned Board of Studies and approval of Dean, Faculty
(Common to all branches) of Engineering, on establishing equivalence between two
[As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme] schemes. A Grade card shall be issued to that effect. Additional
(Effective from the academic year 2018-19) Course/s shall not be considered for the Eligibility criterion
prescribed for promotion, Class, calculation of SGPA and CGPA.
Course Code : 18MAT21 CIE Marks : 40
However, a pass in the additional Courses, if any, is mandatory
Contact Hours/Week : 05(3L+2T) SEE Marks : 60 before the completion of Degree.
Total Hours : 50 (8L+2T per module) Exam Hours : 03
(iii)Complete the programme subject to the provision 18OB1.4.
Semester : II Credits : 04 (3:2:0)
(c) In the case of students from Universities other than VTU, the
Course Learning Objectives: This course viz., Advanced Calculus and students must have passed in all the Courses of I and II semesters
Numerical Methods (18MAT21) aims to prepare the students: for admission to III semester and all the Courses of I to IV
• To familiarize the important tools of vector calculus, ordinary/partial semesters for admission to V semester and all the Courses of I to
differential equations and power series required to analyze the VI semesters for admission to VII semester.
engineering problems. 18 OB 13.1 The students seeking admission from other Universities to VTU
• To apply the knowledge of interpolation/extrapolation and numerical shall have to
integration technique whenever analytical methods fail or very
complicated, to offer solutions. (i)Apply for establishment of equivalence with prescribed fees as
notified by the VTU and obtain No Objection certificate for
MODULE-I admission from the University before the commencement of term
Vector Calculus:- asnotified by VTU.
Vector Differentiation: Scalar and vector fields. Gradient, directional (ii)Produce No Objection certificate for admission from both the
derivative; curl and divergence-physical interpretation; solenoidal and collegesbefore commencement of term as notified by VTU.
irrotational vector fields- Illustrative problems.
(iii)Complete additional Course/s, if any, as per the decision
Vector Integration: Line integrals, Theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes
of concerned Board of Studies and approval of Dean,Faculty of
(without proof). Applications to work done by a force and flux.
Engineering, on establishing equivalence between two schemes.
( RBT Levels: L1 & L2)
A Grade card shall be issued to that effect. Additional Course/s
shall not be considered for the eligibility criterion prescribed for
MODULE-II
promotion, Class, calculation of SGPA and CGPA. However, a
Differential Equations of higher order:- Second order linear ODE's with
pass in the additional Courses, if any, is mandatory before the
constant coefficients-Inverse differential operators, method of variation of
completion of Degree.
parameters; Cauchy's and Legendre homogeneous equations. Applications to
oscillations of a spring and L-C-R circuits. (iv) Complete the programme subject to the provision 18OB1.4.
(RBT Levels: L1 ,L2 and L3) 18 OB 13.2 Transfer of students within the College from one branch to
another branch at the start ofIII semester shall be permitted with
MODULE-III the approval of the Registrar, VTU subject to the provisions made
Partial Differential Equations(PDE's):- Formation of PDE's by elimination by the Government of Karnataka and AICTE in this behalf.
of arbitrary constants and functions. Solution of non-homogeneous PDE by
direct integration. Homogeneous PDEs involving derivative with respect to one 18OB 13.3 The University may prescribe fee for administrative purpose,
independent variable only. Solution of Lagrange's linear PDE. Derivation of one which shall be notified from time to time, for transfer from one
dimensional heat and wave equations and solutions by the method of separation college to another (Change of College) or one branch to another
of variables. (RBT Levels: L1, L2 & L3)
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branch (change of branch within the college). Reference Books
18 OB 14.0 Applicability and Power to Modify 1) High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin, S
Chandh Publisher – 2015.
18 OB14.1 The regulations governing the Degree of Bachelor of
2) English for Technical Communication by N P Sudharshana and C Savitha,
Engineering/Technology of Visvesvaraya Technological
Cambridge University Press – 2016.
University shall be a binding on all concerned.
3) Effective Technical Communication – Second Edition by M Ashraf Rizvi,
18 OB14.2 i)Notwithstanding anything contained in the foregoing, the McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited – 2018.
University shall have the power to issue directions/ orders to
4) Technical Communication by Gajendra Singh Chauhan and et.al,
address any difficulty.
Cengage learning India Pvt Limited [Latest Edition] - 2018.
ii)Nothing in the foregoing may be construed as limiting the
power of the University to amend, modify or repeal any or all of Web Links and Video Lectures
the above. https://india.oup.com/Oxfordachiever
https://India.cup.com/Cambridge Empower
www.unacademy.com/lesson/future-perfect-tense/YQ9NSNQZ
https://goo.gl/mne8XW
https://banking addaenglish - https://t.me/adda247youtube For All the
Videos & Lectures relating to IELTS, GRE,TOFEL& other exams like
UPSC/State/SSB/IBPS

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Module - IV
Speaking Skills (Grammar and Vocabulary) - I VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY,
• Syllables, Structures, Strong and Weak forms of words, Words formation - BELAGAVI
Prefixes and Suffixes-(Vocabulary), Contractions and Abbreviations. Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19
Spelling Rules and Words often Misspelt – Exercises on it. Word Pairs Outcome Based Education (OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
(Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)
(Minimal Pairs) – Exercises, The Sequence of Tenses ( Rules in use of
Tenses) and Exercises on it. I SEMESTER Bachelor of Engineering
Module - V Three week long mandatory non- credit Induction Program
Speaking Skills (Grammar and Vocabulary) - II For the UG students entering the institution, right at the start. Normal classes
• Extempore/Public Speaking, Difference between Extempore/Public start only after the Induction program is completed.
Speaking, and Guidelines for Practice. Mother Tongue Influence(MTI) – Preamble
South Indian Speakers, Various Techniques for Neutralisation of MTI
iInfluence – Exercises, Listening Comprehension – Exercises. Engineering institutions are set up to generate well trained manpower in
Information Transfer : Oral Presenttions - Examples. Common Errors in engineering with a feeling of responsibility towards oneself, one’s family, and
Pronunciation. society. However, often, the incoming undergraduate students are driven by
their parents and society to join engineering without understanding their own
Course Outcomes: interests and talents. As a result, most students fail to link up with the goals of
On completion of this course, students will be able to, their own institution.
CO 1: Acquire basic English grammar and essentials of language skills and Students who enter an institution, will have come with diverse thoughts,
also clarifies the nuances of phonetics, intonation and pronunciation. backgrounds and preparations. It is important to help them adjust to the new
CO 2: Get familiarized with English vocabulary and language proficiency environment, open them up, set a healthy daily routine, create bonding in the
batch as well as between faculty and students, develop awareness, sensitivity
CO 3: Improve the functional effectiveness through identifying common and understanding of the self, people around them, society at large and nature,
errors in spoken and written communication. and inculcate in them the ethos of the institution with a sense of larger purpose.
CO 4: Understand and Improve the non verbal communication and kinesics.
The graduating student must have knowledge and skills in the area of his/her
CO 5: Write campus recruitment exams, engineering competitive exams and study. Character needs to be nurtured as an essential quality by which he/she
all other general competitive exams would understand and ful? ll his/her responsibility as an engineer, a citizen and a
human being. Besides the above, several meta-skills and underlying values are
Question paper pattern needed.
The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the pattern of the complete
question paper will be objective type, the marks scored by the student will be Therefore, a Program is needed to
proportionately reduced to 60 marks. • help the newly joined students feel comfortable,
• sensitize them towards exploring their academic interests and activities,
Text Book • train them to work for excellence,
1) English Language Communication Skills – Lab Manual cum Workbook • build relations between teachers and students,
by Rajesh kumar Sing and et al, Published by Cengage learning India Pvt • impart a broader view of life,
Limited [Latest Edition] – 2018. • build character,
• develop awareness and sensitivity to Human Values,
2) Communication Skills by Sanjay Kumar and PushpaLata, Published by • create feeling of equality, compassion and oneness,
Oxford University Press - 2018. Refer the workbook – “Technical • develop attention to society and nature.
Communication Skills – I ” for activities and exercises by Sanjay Kumar
and et.al, Oxford University Press – 2018. An induction program for the UG students entering the institution, right at the
start, serves the purpose. The program also makes them re? ect on their
relationship with their families and extended family in the college (with hostel

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staff and others). It also connects students with each other and with teachers so Technical Communication (English) - I
that they can share any diffculty they might be facing and seek help.
(Common to all branches)
The Induction Program can also be used to rectify some critical lacunas, for [As per Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)]
example, English background, for those students who have de? ciency in it. (Effective from the academic year 2018-19)
Activities of the induction program
Course Code : 18EGH18 SEE Marks : 60
Induction program includes; Contact Hours: 02 hour Tutorial(Practical Session) /week CIE Marks : 40
Physical Activity, Creative Arts, Universal Human Values, Literary, Pro? ciency Total Hours : 28 hour or 14 Practical Sessions in a Semester Exam : 02 Hour
Modules, Lectures by Eminent People, Visits to Local Area, Familiarization to Semester :I Credits : 1
Department/Branch and Innovations, etc.
For more details refer to “A Guide to Induction Program”, Page – 31, Model Course Learning Objectives:
Curriculum for Undergraduate Degree Courses in Engineering and Technology, The course (18EGHL18) will enable the students to,
January 2018, Volume I, published by AICTE, New Delhi. • Acquire basic English grammar and essentials of language skills
• Clarify the nuances of phonetics, intonation and pronunciation skills
• Get familiarized with English vocabulary and language proficiency

Module - I
Introduction to Technical Communication
• Fundamentals of Technical Communication Skills, Barriers to Effective
Communication, Different styles in Technical Communication.
Interpersonal Communication Skills, How to improve Interpersonal
Communication Skills, Developing Interpersonal Skills. Grammar: Basic
English Grammar and Parts of Speech - Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives,
Verbs, Adverbs, Preposition, Articles, Conjunctions.

Module - II
Introduction to Listening Skills and Phonetics - I
• Introduction to Phonetics, Sounds Mispronounced, Silent and Non silent
Letters, Homophones and Homonyms, Aspiration, Pronunciation of
‘The’, words ending ‘age’, some plural forms. Use of Articles – Indefinite
and Definite Articles.

Module - III
Developing Listening Skills (Phonetics and Vocabulary Building) - II
• Speech Sounds: Vowels and Consonats - Exercises on it. Preposition,
kinds of Preposition and Prepositions often Confused. Word Accent –
Rules for Word Accent, Stress Shift, Question Tags, Question Tags for
Assertive Sentences(Statements) – Some Exceptions in Question Tags
and Exercises, One Word Substitutes and Exercises. Vocabulary –
Synonyms and Antonyms, Exercises on it.

30 55
2 Demonstration of cut-out sections of electrical machines (DC machines,
Induction machines and synchronous machines).
Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels : L1- Remembering, L2- Understanding, L3 – Credits

20
4
4
3

1
Applying, L4 – Analysing

800
100
100
100

100

100

100

100

100
Total Marks

Course Outcomes : At the end of the course the student will be able to:

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI

Examination

420
60
60
60

60

60

60

60
SEE Marks

--
• Identify the common electrical components and measuring instruments
used for conducting experiments in the electrical laboratory.

Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

380
100
40
40
40

40

40

40

40
CIE Marks
• Compare powerfactor of lamps.
• Determine impedance of an electrical circuit and power consumed in a 3 hours
phase load.

03
03
03

03

03

03

03

23
--
Duration in
• Understand two way and three way control of lamps. Drawing

08
Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19

--
--

--

--
P

2
Practical/

Hours /Week
Graduate Attributes (As per NBA): Engineering Knowledge, Problem

I SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (PHYSICS GROUP)


Teaching
(Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)
Analysis, Individual and Team work, Communication

08
Tutorial

--

--

--

--
T
2
2
2

2
Lecture

12
Conduct of Practical Examination:

--

--

--
L
3
3
2

2
Theory

1. All laboratory experiments are to be included for practical examination.

TOTAL
Humanities
Engineering

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering
2. Breakup of marks and the instructions printed on the cover page of answer

Mechanical
Board
script to be strictly adhered by the examiners.

E and E

E and E
Physics

Physics
Paper Setting

Maths

Civil
3. Students can pick one experiment from the questions lot prepared by the
examiners.
4. Change of experiment is allowed only once and 15% Marks allotted to the

ME, Auto, IP,


Department

Mathematics

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering
Teaching

Humanities
procedure part to be made zero.

IEM, Mfg
E and E

E and E
Physics

Physics
Civil

Engineering Laboratory
Engineering Graphics
Engineering Physics

Engineering Physics

Technical English–I
Calculus and Linear
Course Title

Elements of Civil
Engineering and
Basic Electrical

Basic Electrical
Engineering

Laboratory
Mechanics
Algebra

18EGDL15

18EGHL18
18PHYL16

18ELEL17
18MAT11
18PHY12
18ELE13

18CIV14
Course Code
Course and

HSMC
BSC
BSC

BSC
ESC

ESC

ESC

ESC
No
Sl.

1
2
3

8
54 31
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Credits LABORATORY

20
4
4

1
[As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme]

800
100
100

100

100

100

100

100

100
Total Marks
SEMESTER – I/II
VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI

Course Code : 18ELEL17/18ELEL2 CIE Marks : 40

Examination

420
60
60

60

60

60

60

60
SEE Marks

--
Number of Hours/Week : 2P SEE Marks : 60
Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

Total Number of Lecture Hours : 32 Exam Hours : 03

100
380
40
40

40

40

40

40

40
CIE Marks

Credits – 01
hours

23
03
03

03

03

03

03

03

--
Duration in
Course Objectives:
Drawing • To provide exposure to common electrical components such as Resistors,

06
Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19

--
--

--

--

--
P

2
Practical/
capacitors and inductors, types of wires and measuring instruments.
Hours /Week
I SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (CHEMISTRY GROUP)
Teaching

• To measure power and power factor measurement of different types of


(Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)

10
Tutorial

--

--
T
2
2

--
lamps and three phase circuits.
Lecture
• To explain measurement of impedance for R-L and R-C circuits.

12
--

--
L
3
3

2
Theory
• To determine power consumed in a 3 phase load.

--
• To explain methods of controlling a lamp from different places.

TOTAL
Humanities
Mathematics

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering
Science and

Science and
Mechanical
Chemistry

Chemistry
Board
Computer

Computer
Orientation class for an exposure to:
E and C
Paper Setting

• Resistors, capacitors, inductors, rheostats,diodes, transistors,types of


wires, measuring instruments – voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, multi-
meter, Regulated power supply, Function generator, oscilloscope,
ME, Auto, IP,
ECE/E and I/
Mathematics

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering
Science and

Science and

Humanities
transformer, dc motor, synchronous generator, three phase induction
Chemistry

Chemistry
Department
IEM, Mfg
Computer

Computer
motor etc.
Teaching

• Basic safety precautions while dealing with electricity.


TC
Engineering Chemistry

Engineering Chemistry

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
Technical English– I
Calculus and Linear

C Programming for

1 Verification of KCL and KVL for DC circuits.


Course Title

Basic Electronics
Problem Solving

C Programming

2 Measurement of current, power and power factor ofincandescent lamp,


Engineering
Elements of
Mechanical

Laboratory

Laboratory

fluorescent lamp, and LED lamp.


Algebra

3 Measurement of resistance and inductance of a choke coil using 3


voltmeter method.
4 Determination of phase and line quantities in three phase star and delta
connected loads.
18EGHL18
18CHEL16
18MAT11
18CHE12

18ELN14

18CPL17
18CPS13

18ME15

5 Measurement of three phase power using two wattmeter method.


Course Code
Course and

6 Two way and three way control of lamp and formation of truth table.
7 Experiments beyond syllabus Verification of Maximum power transfer
theorem.
HSMC

8 Measurement of energy using single phase energy meter


BSC
BSC

BSC
ESC

ESC

ESC

ESC

Demonstration Experiments (for CIE only):


No
Sl.

1
2

1 Demonstration of fuse and MCBseparately by creating a fault.

32 53
5.
4.
3.
2.
1.

07
06
04
03
02
01
Sl.
No.
Subject

Diagram

accuracy
Viva -Voce
connection
Experimental

examination to pass.
Course Outcomes:

simple circuits

Total
Description

Conduction and reading


Graph, Calculations, Results and
column and Circuit diagram/Ray

set up/Circuit
Write up: Formula, Tabular
the help of suggested procedures

: Engineering Physics Lab

14
20
40
10
16

52
100

100
energy and magnetic effect of current

Max.Marks
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to

50
07
20
05
Part:A
Scheme of Evaluation

Marks for

4+2+2=08
(with effect from 2018-19 Scheme)

2+4+2+2=10
and representing the data, reproduction of final results

Code

First experiment
THREE hours duration. The scheme of valuation shall be as follows.
Recognize the resonance concept and its practical applications

50
07
20
05
Part:B
Marks for

4+2+2=08

2+4+2+2=10
: 18PHYL16/26

Second experiment
The student has to perform TWO experiments during the practical examination of
Determine elastic moduli and moment of inertia of given materials with
semiconductor devices such as Photodiode, and NPN transistor using
Understand the principles of operations of optical fibers and

Note: The student is required to obtain a minimum of 40 % Marks in the practical


Understand the importance of measurement procedure, honest recording
Apprehend the concepts of interference of light, diffraction of light, Fermi

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI


Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19
Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
(Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)
II SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (CHEMISTRY GROUP)
Teaching
Examination
Hours /Week

Sl. Course and Course Title Teaching


No Course Code Department
Board
Credits

hours

Drawing
Practical/

Theory
Lecture
Tutorial

Paper Setting
CIE Marks

Duration in
SEE Marks
Total Marks

L T P
Advanced Calculus and
1 BSC 18MAT21 Mathematics Maths 3 2 -- 03 40 60 100 4
Numerical Methods
2 BSC 18CHE22 Engineering Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry 3 2 -- 03 40 60 100 4
Computer Computer
C Programming for
33

3 ESC 18CPS23 Science and Science and 2 2 -- 03 40 60 100 3


Problem Solving
Engineering Engineering
ECE/E and I/ E and C
4 ESC 18ELN24 Basic Electronics 2 2 -- 03 40 60 100 3
TC Engineering
ME, Auto, IP,
Elements of Mechanical Mechanical
5 ESC 18ME25 IEM, Mfg 2 2 -- 03 40 60 100 3
Engineering Engineering
Engineering
Engineering Chemistry
6 BSC 18CHEL26 Chemistry Chemistry -- -- 2 03 40 60 100 1
Laboratory
Computer Computer
C Programming
7 ESC 18CPL27 Science and Science and -- -- 2 03 40 60 100 1
Laboratory
Engineering Engineering
8 HSMC 18EGHL28 Technical English– II Humanities Humanities -- -- 2 -- 100 -- 100 1
TOTAL 12 10 06 23 380 420 800 20

Note: BSC: Basic Science, ES: Engineering Science, HSMC: Humanity and Social Science.
1 hour Lecture (L) per week per semester 1 Credit
Definition of Credit: 2 hour Tutorial (T) per week per semester 1 Credit
2 hour Practical/Laboratory/Drawing (P) per week per semester 1 Credit.
Suggested Experiments in Engg. Physics Lab
Credits
(Common to all Branches)

20
4

4
3

1
(Effective from the academic year 2018-19)

100

100
100

100

100

100

100

100
800
Total Marks
Course Code : 18PHY16/26 CIE Marks : 40
VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI

Contact Hours/Week : 02 SEE Marks : 60

Examination

420
60

60
60

60

60

60

60
SEE Marks

--
Exams.Hours : 03 Credits : 01(0:0:2)
Outcome Based Education(OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

Semester : I/II

380
100
40

40
40

40

40

40

40
CIE Marks

hours
Course Learning Objectives:
This course (18PHY16/26) will enable students

03

03
03

03

03

03

03

23
--
Duration in
• To realize experimentally, the mechanical, electrical and thermal
Drawing
properties of materials, concept of waves and oscillations

08
--

--

--

--
P

2
Scheme of Teaching and Examination 2018 – 19

Practical/
Hours /Week

• Design simple circuits and hence study the characteristics of


Teaching
(Effective from the academic year 2018 – 19)

II SEMESTER B.E./B.Tech (PHYSICS GROUP)

semiconductor devices

08
Tutorial

--

--
2

2
2

--
T

Lecture To which

2 hour Practical/Laboratory/Drawing (P) per week per semester 1 Credit.


Sl.

12
--

--
L

3
2

1
Theory
Title of the Experiment Module it
No.

Note: BSC: Basic Science, ES: Engineering Science, HSMC: Humanity and Social Science.
belongs

TOTAL
Mathematics

1 Determination of spring constants in Series and Parallel combination I


Engineering

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering
Mechanical

Humanities
Board
2 Determination of Magnetic field intensity at the center of a circular
E and E

E and E
Physics

Physics
Paper Setting
III
Civil

coil carrying current(by deflection method)


3 n & I by Torsional pendulum (radius of the wire, mass and dimensions

2 hour Tutorial (T) per week per semester 1 Credit


1 hour Lecture (L) per week per semester 1 Credit
of the regular bodies to be given). (In the examination either n or Ito be II
ME, Auto, IP,
Mathematics

Engineering
Engineering

Engineering

Engineering
asked)
Humanities
Department
IEM, Mfg
E and E

E and E
Physics

Physics

Teaching
4 Young's modulus of a beam by Single Cantilever experiment (breadth
II
Civil

and thickness of the beam to be given)


5 Radius of curvature of piano convex lens using Newton's
rings(wavelength of light to be given) III
Engineering Graphics

Technical English– II
Engineering Physics

Engineering Physics
Advanced Calculus

6 Study Series and parallel LCR resonance and hence Calculate


Elements of Civil
Course Title

Engineering and
Basic Electrical

Basic Electrical

I/III
and Numerical

inductance, band width and quality factor using series LCR Resonance
Engineering

Engineering
Laboratory

Laboratory
Mechanics

7 Determine Acceptance angle and Numerical aperture of an optical


Methods

III
fiber
8 Determine Wavelength of semiconductor laser using Laser diffraction
IV
by calculating grating constant.
18EGDL25

18EGHL28
18PHYL26

18ELEL27
18MAT21

9 Estimation of Fermi Energy of Copper


18PHY22

V
18ELE23

18CIV24
Course Code
Course and

10 Study of input and output Transistor characteristics and hence


Definition of Credit:

calculate input resistance, aand 13 V


11 Draw photodiode characteristics and calculate power responsivity V
HSMC

12 Calculation of Dielectric constant by RC charging and Discharging V


BSC

BSC

BSC
ESC

ESC

ESC

ESC

Note:
No
Sl.

2
3

1.In addition to above experiments, Reddy shock tube must be introduced as compulsory
demo experiment
2.All 12 experiments are mandatory. Student has to perform 2 experiments in the semester end
examination

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Text Books: VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
1. Engineering Drawing – N.D. Bhatt & V.M. Panchal, 48th edition, 2005- B.E. SYLLABUS FOR 2018-2022
Charotar Publishing House, Gujarat.
2. Engineering Graphics – K.R. Gopalakrishna, 32nd edition, 2005- Calculus and Linear Algebra
Subash Publishers Bangalore.
(Common to all branches)
3. Computer Aided Engineering Drawing - by Dr. M H Annaiah, Dr C N
[As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme]
Chandrappa and Dr. B Sudheer Premkumar, Fifth edition, New Age
(Effective from the academic year 2018-19)
International Publishers.
Course Code : 18MAT11 CIE Marks : 40
Reference Books:
Contact Hours/Week : 05(3L+2T) SEE Marks : 60
1. Computer Aided Engineering Drawing – S. Trymbaka Murthy, – I.K.
International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 3rd revised edition- Total Hours : 50 (8L+2T per module) Exam Hours : 03
2006. Semester :I Credits : 04 (3:2:0)
2. Engineering Drawing-by N.S.Parthasarathy & Vela Murali, Oxford Course Learning Objectives: This course Calculus and Linear Algebra
University Press, 2015 (18MAT11) will enable students:
3. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing with an Introduction to • To familiarize the important tools of calculus and differential
Interactive Computer Graphics for Design and Production- Luzadder equations that are essential in all branches of engineering.
Warren J., Duff John M., Eastern Economy Edition, 2005- Prentice-Hall • To develop the knowledge of matrices and linear algebra in a
of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. comprehensive manner.
4. A Primer on Computer Aided Engineering Drawing-2006, Published
by VTU, Belgaum. MODULE-I
5. Publications of Bureau of Indian Standards Differential Calculus-1: Review of elementary differential calculus, Polar
a) IS 10711 – 2001: Technical products documentation – Size and lay out of curves - angle between the radius vector and tangent, angle between two curves,
drawing sheets. pedal equation. Curvature and radius of curvature- Cartesian and polar forms;
b) IS 9609 (Parts 0 & 1) – 2001: Technical products documentation – Centre and circle of curvature (All without proof-formulae only) –applications
Lettering. to evolutes and involutes. (RBT Levels: L1 & L2)
c) IS 10714 (Part 20) – 2001 & SP 46 – 2003: Lines for technical drawings.
d) IS 11669 – 1986 & SP 46 – 2003: Dimensioning of Technical Drawings. MODULE-II
e) IS 15021 (Parts 1 to 4) – 2001: Technical drawings – Projection Methods. Differential Calculus-2: Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series expansions for one
variable (statements only), indeterminate forms - L’Hospital’s rule. Partial
differentiation; Total derivatives-differentiation of composite functions.
Maxima and minima for a function of two variables; Method of Lagrange
multipliers with one subsidiary condition. Applications of maxima and minima
with illustrative examples. Jacobians-simple problems.
( RBT Levels: L1 & L2)

MODULE-III
Integral Calculus: Review of elementary integral calculus.
Multiple integrals: Evaluation of double and triple integrals. Evaluation of
double integrals- change of order of integration and changing into polar co-
ordinates. Applications to find area volume and centre of gravity
Beta and Gamma functions: Definitions, Relation between beta and gamma
functions and simple problems.( RBT Levels: L1 & L2)

50 35
MODULE-IV CO4 Develop isometric drawings of simple objects reading the orthographic
Ordinary differential equations(ODE’s)of first order: projections of those objects.
Exact and reducible to exact differential equations. Bernoulli’s equation. CO5 Convert pictorial and isometric views of simple objects to orthographic
Applications of ODE’s-orthogonal trajectories, Newton’s law of cooling and L- views.
R circuits. Nonlinear differential equations: Introduction to general and singular
solutions ; Solvable for p only; Clairaut’s and reducible to Clairaut’s equations Question paper pattern:
only.(RBT Levels: L1,L2 and L3)
• Module -1 is only for practice and Internal Assessment and not for
MODULE-V examination.
Linear Algebra: Rank of a matrix-echelon form. Solution of system of linear • Question paper for each batch of students will be sent online by VTU and
equations – consistency. Gauss-elimination method, Gauss –Jordan method and has to be downloaded before the commencement of Examination of each
Approximate solution by Gauss-Seidel method. Eigen values and eigenvectors- batch. The answer sheets will have to be jointly evaluated by the Internal &
Rayleigh’s power method. Diagonalization of a square matrix of order two. External examiners.
(RBT Levels: L1,L2 and L3) • A maximum of THREE questions will be set as per the following pattern
(No mixing of questions from different Modules).
Text Books:
Scheme of evaluation:
1. B.S. Grewal: Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, 43rd
Ed., 2015. Marks
2. E. Kreyszig: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley & Sons, From Chapters
Allotted
10th Ed.(Reprint), 2016. Module 2 [Choice between (Lines or Planes)] 25
Module 3 45
Reference books:
1. C.Ray Wylie, Louis C.Barrett : “Advanced Engineering Mathematics", Module 4 or Module 5 30
6th Edition, 2. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1995. Total 100
2. James Stewart : “Calculus –Early Transcendentals”, Cengage Learning Computer
Solutions and sketching in
India Private Ltd., 2017. Q. No.
the sketch book
display and Total Marks
3. B.V.Ramana: "Higher Engineering Mathematics" 11th Edition, Tata printout
McGraw-Hill, 2010. 1 15 10 25
4. Srimanta Pal & Subobh C Bhunia: “Engineering Mathematics”, Oxford 2 25 20 45
University Press, 3rd Reprint, 2016.
3 20 10 30
5. Gupta C.B., Singh S.R. and Mukesh Kumar: “Engineering Mathematics
for Semester I & II”, Mc-Graw Hill Education (India) Pvt.Ltd., 2015. Total Marks 60 40 100

Web links and Video Lectures: • Students have to submit the computer printouts and the sketches at the end
1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses.php?disciplineID=111 of the examination. Both Internal & External examiners have to jointly
2. http://www.class-central.com/subject/math(MOOCs) evaluate the solutions (sketches) and computer display & printouts of each
3. http://academicearth.org/ student for 100 marks (60 marks for solutions & sketches + 40 marks for
4. VTU EDUSAT PROGRAMME - 20 computer display and printouts) and submit the marks list along with the
solution (sketches) on graph sheets & computer printouts in separate
covers.
• Each batch must consist of a maximum of 12 students.
• Examination can be conducted in parallel batches, if necessary.

36 49
Projections of points in all the four quadrants. Course Outcomes: On completion of this course, students are able to:
Projections of straight lines (located in first quadrant/first angle only), true and CO1 : Apply the knowledge of calculus to solve problems related to polar
apparent lengths, true and apparent inclinations to reference planes (No curves and its applications in determining the bentness of a curve.
application problems and midpoint problems).
CO2 : Learn the notion of partial differentiation to calculate rates of change of
Orthographic projections of plane surfaces (First angle projection only): multivariate functions and solve problems related to composite functions and
Projections of regular plane surfaces–triangle, square, rectangle, pentagon, Jacobians.
hexagon and circle-in simple positions inclined to both the planes; planes in CO3 : Apply the concept of change of order of integration and variables to
different positions by change of position method only. (No problems on evaluate multiple integrals and their usage in computing the area and volumes.
punched plates and composite plates).
12 Hours CO4 : Solve first order linear/nonlinear differential equation analytically using
standard methods
MODULE – III
CO5 : Make use of matrix theory for solving system of linear equations and
Projections of solids:
compute eigenvalues and eigenvectors required for matrix diagonalization
Introduction, definitions – projections of right regular tetrahedron, hexahedron
process.
(cube), prisms, pyramids, and cones with axis inclined to both the planes.
(Solids resting on HP only and no problems on octahedrons, and freely
Question Paper Pattern:
suspended solids.) 16 Hours
• The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the marks
MODULE IV scored will be proportionately reduced to 60.
Development of Lateral Surfaces of Solids: • The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.
Introduction to section planes and sectional views.
Development of lateral surfaces of right regular prisms, cylinders, pyramids, • Each full question carries 20 marks.
and cones resting with base on HP only. Development of their frustums and • There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub
truncations. (No problems on lateral surfaces of trays, tetrahedrons, spheres and questions) from each module.
transition pieces). 12 Hours
• Each full question will have sub questions covering all the topics
under a module.
MODULE-V
Isometric Projection (using isometric scale only) • The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full
Introduction, Isometric scale, Isometric projection of simple plane figures, question from each module.
Isometric projection of hexahedron(cube), right regular prisms, pyramids,
cylinders, cones, and spheres. Isometric projection of combination of two
simple solids. Conversion of given isometric/ pictorial views to orthographic
views of simple objects. 15 Hours

Course Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to
CO1 Prepare engineering drawings as per BIS conventions mentioned in the
relevant codes.
CO2 Produce computer generated drawings using CAD software.
CO3 Use the knowledge of orthographic projections to represent engineering
information / concepts and present the same in the form of drawings.

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ENGINEERING PHYSICS ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
(Common to all Branches) (Common to all Branches)
(Effective from the academic year 2018-19) (Effective from the academic year 2018-19)

Course Code : 18PHY12/22 CIE Marks : 40 Course Code : 18ME15/25 CIE Marks : 40
Contact Hours/Week : 05(3L+2T) SEE Marks : 60 Contact Hours/Week : 05 (1L+4P) SEE Marks : 60
Total Hours : 50 (8L+2T per module) Exams. Hours: 03 Total Hours : 60 Credits : 03
Semester : I/II Credits : 04(3:2:0) Exams. Hours : 03

Course Learning Objectives:


Course Learning Objectives: This course (18EG15/25) will enable students to
This course (18PHY12/22) will enable students to CLO1 To expose the students to standards and conventions followed in
• Learn the basic concepts in Physics which are very much essential in preparation of engineering drawings.
understanding and solving engineering related challenges. CLO2 To make them understand the concepts of orthographic and isometric
• Gain the knowledge of newer concepts in modern physics for the projections.
better appreciation of modern technology CLO3 Develop the ability of conveying the engineering information through
drawings.
MODULE-I CLO4 To make them understand the relevance of engineering drawing to
Oscillations and Waves different engineering domains.
Free Oscillations: Definition of SHM, derivation of equation for SHM, CLO5 To develop the ability of producing engineering drawings using
Mechanical and electrical simple harmonic oscillators (mass suspended to drawing instruments.
spring oscillator), complex notation and phasor representation of simple CLO6 To enable them to use computer aided drafting packages for the
harmonic motion. Equation of motion for free oscillations, Natural frequency of generation of drawings.
oscillations.
Damped and forced oscillations: Theory of damped oscillations: over MODULE-I
damping, critical & under damping, quality factor. Theory of forced oscillations Introduction to Computer Aided Sketching:
and resonance, Sharpness of resonance. One example for mechanical Introduction, Drawing Instruments and their uses, relevant BIS conventions and
resonance. standards. Lettering, line conventions, dimensioning, material conventions, and
Shock waves: Mach number, Properties of Shock waves, control volume. Laws free hand practicing.
of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. Construction and working of
Reddy shock tube, applications of shock waves. Computer screen, layout of the software, standard tool bar / menu and
Numerical problems description of most commonly used tool bars, and navigational tools.
(RBT Levels L1, L2, L3) Co-ordinate system and reference planes HP, VP, RPP & LPP of 2D/3D
environment. Selection of drawing sheet size and scale.
MODULE-II: Commands and creation of Lines, coordinate points, axes, poly-lines, square,
Elastic properties of materials: rectangle, polygons, splines, circles, ellipse, text, move, copy, off-set, mirror,
Elasticity: Concept of elasticity, plasticity, stress, strain, tensile stress, shear rotate, trim, extend, break, chamfer, fillet, curves, constraints viz., tangency,
stress, compressive stress, strain hardening and strain softening, failure parallelism, inclination and perpendicularity.
(fracture/fatigue), Hooke’s law, different elastic moduli: Poisson’s ratio, 05 Hours
Expression for Young’s modulus (Y), Bulk modulus (K) and Rigidity modulus
(n) in terms of ? and ß. Relation between Y, n and K, Limits of Poisson’s ratio. MODULE-II
Bending of beams: Neutral surface and neutral plane, Derivation of expression Orthographic projections of points, straight lines and planes:
for bending moment. Bending moment of a beam with circular and rectangular
Introduction, Definitions - Planes of projection, reference line and conventions
cross section. Single cantilever, derivation of expression for young’s’ modulus
employed. First angle and Third angle projection.
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4. Locate the Centroid and compute the Moment of Inertia of regular and Torsion of cylinder: Expression for couple per unit twist of a solid cylinder
built-up sections. (Derivation), Torsional pendulum-Expression for period of oscillation.
5. Express the relationship between the motion of bodies and analyze the Numerical problems
bodies in motion. (RBT Levels L1, L2, L3)

Text Books: MODULE- III:


1. R. C. Hibbler, Engineering Mechanics: Principles of Statics and Maxwell’s equations, EM waves and Optical fibers
Dynamics, Pearson Press. Maxwell’s equations: Fundamentals of vector calculus. Divergence and curl of
2. Bansal R.K., A Text Book of Engineering Mechanics, Laxmi Publications electric field and magnetic field (static), Gauss’ divergence theorem and Stokes’
theorem. Description of laws of electrostatics, magnetism and Faraday’s laws of
Reference Books: EMI. Current density & equation of Continuity; displacement current (with
1. Andy Ruina and Rudra Pratap , Introduction to Statics and Dynamics, derivation) Maxwell’s equations in vacuum
Oxford University Press EM Waves: The wave equation in differential form in free space (Derivation of
2. Reddy Vijaykumar K. and K. Suresh Kumar, Singer’s Engineering the equation using Maxwell’s equations), Plane electromagnetic waves in
Mechanics vacuum, their transverse nature, polarization of EM waves(Qualitative)
3. F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnston, Mechanics for Engineers, Statics and Optical fibers: Propagation mechanism, angle of acceptance. Numerical
Dynamics, McGraw Hill aperture. Modes of propagation and Types of optical fibers. Attenuation: Causes
4. Irving H. Shames, Engineering Mechanics, Prentice Hall. of attenuation and Mention of expression for attenuation coefficient. Discussion
of block diagram of point to point communication. Merits and demerits
Numerical problems
(RBT Levels L1, L2)

MODULE IV:
Quantum Mechanics and Lasers
Quantum mechanics: Introduction to Quantum mechanics, Wave nature of
particles, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and applications (non confinement
of electron in the nucleus), Schrodinger time independent wave equation,
Significance of Wave function, Normalization, Particle in a box, Energy eigen
values of a particle in a box and probability densities
Lasers: Review of spontaneous and stimulated processes, Einstein’s
coefficients (derivation of expression for energy density). Requisites of a Laser
system. Conditions for laser action. Principle, Construction and working of
CO2 and semiconductor Lasers.
Application of Lasers in Defense (Laser range finder) and Engineering (Data
storage) `
Numerical problems
(RBT Levels L1, L2, L3)

MODULE-V:
Material science
Quantum Free electron theory of metals: Review of classical free electron
theory, mention of failures. Assumptions of Quantum Free electron theory,
Mention of expression for density of states, Fermi-Dirac statistics (qualitative),
Fermi factor, Fermi level, Derivation of the expression for Fermi energy,

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Success of QFET. Friction: Types of friction, Laws of dry Friction, Limiting friction, Concept of
Physics of Semiconductor: Fermi level in intrinsic semiconductors, Static and Dynamic Friction; Numerical problems on motion of single and
Expression for concentration of electrons in conduction band, Hole connected bodies on planes, wedge friction, ladder friction, rope and Pulley
concentration in valance band (only mention the expression), Conductivity of systems (04 hours – L1, L2, L3)
semiconductors(derivation), Hall effect, Expression for Hall
coefficient(derivation) Module-3
Dielectric materials: polar and non-polar dielectrics, internal fields in a solid, Support Reactions: Types of Loads and Supports, statically determinate and
Clausius-Mossotti equation(Derivation), mention of solid, liquid and gaseous indeterminate beams, Support Reaction in beams, Numerical problems on
dielectrics with one example each. Application of dielectrics in transformers. support reactions for statically determinate beams ( Point load, uniformly
Numerical problems distributed & uniformly varying loads and Moments)
(RBT Levels L1, L2, L3) (03 hours – L1, L2, L3)

Course Outcomes: Analysis of Simple trusses: Types of trusses, Analysis of statically determinate
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to trusses using method of joints and method of sections.
1. Understand various types of oscillations and their implications, the role of (05 hours – L1, L2, L3)
Shock waves in various fields and Recognize the elastic properties of
materials for engineering applications Module-4
2. Realize the interrelation between time varying electric field and magnetic Centroid: Centroid of simple figures from first principle, Centroid of
field, the transverse nature of the EM waves and their role in optical fiber composite/built-up sections; Moment of Inertia: Introduction, second moment
communication. of area of plane sections from first principles, Parallel axes and perpendicular
3. Compute Eigen values, Eigen functions, momentum of Atomic and axes Theorems, Radius of gyration, Moment of inertia of composite area and
subatomic particles using Time independent 1-D Schrodinger’s wave built-up sections.
equation Concept of Product of Inertia(No Problems)
4. Apprehend theoretical background of laser, construction and working of (08 hours – L1, L2, L3)
different types of laser and its applications in different fields
5. Understand various electrical and thermal properties of materials like Module-5
conductors, semiconductors and dielectrics using different theoretical Kinematics: Definitions, Displacement, Average velocity, Instantaneous
models. velocity, Speed, Acceleration, Average acceleration, Variable acceleration,
Acceleration due to gravity, Newton’s Laws of Motion. Rectilinear
Question paper pattern: Motion–Numerical problems. Curvilinear Motion-Super elevation, Projectile
Note:- The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the marks will Motion, Relative motion, Numerical problems. Motion under gravity,
be proportionately reduced to 60. Numerical problems,
• The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks. (06 hours – L1, L2, L3)
• Each full question consisting of 20 marks.
• There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub questions) Kinetics: D’Alembert’s principle and its applications in plane motion and
from each module. connected bodies including pulleys (02 hours – L2, L3)
• Each full question will have sub question covering all the topics under a
module. Course outcomes: After a successful completion of the course, the student will
• The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full be able to:
question from each module. 1. Mention the applications of various fields of Civil Engineering.
2. Compute the resultant of given force system subjected to various loads.
3. Comprehend the action of Forces, Moments and other loads on systems of
rigid bodies and compute the reactive forces that develop as a result of the
external loads.

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ELEMENTS OF BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
CIVIL ENGINEERING AND MECHANICS [As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme]
[As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme] SEMESTER – I/II
Course Code : 18ELE13/18ELE23 CIE Marks : 40
SEMESTER – I/II
Number of Hours/Week : 2Lectrue +1Tutorial SEE Marks : 60
Course Code : 18 CIV 14/24 CIE Marks : 40 Total Number of Lecture Hours : 40 Exam Hours : 03
Number of Hours/Week : 03 2Lectrue +1Tutorial SEE Marks : 60 Credits – 03
Total Number of Lecture Hours : 40 Exam Hours : 03 Lecture hours per module: Six hours and Tutorials per module: one of 2 hours
Credits – 03 Course Objectives:
• To explain Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s laws used for the analysis of
Course Objectives: DC circuits.
The objectives of this course are: • To explain fundamentals of AC circuits and the behaviour of R, L and
• To make students to learn Scope of various fields of Civil C and their combinations in AC circuits.
Engineering, basics of civil engineering concepts and importance of • To discuss three phase balanced circuits.
infrastructure development. • To explain principle of operation, construction and performance of
• To develop a student’s ability to analyze the problems involving electrical machines such as single phase transformer, DC machines,
Forces and Moments with their applications, Centroid and Moment of synchronous generator and three phase induction motor.
inertia and Kinetics of bodies. • To introduce concepts of electrical wiring, circuit protecting devices
and earthing.
Module-1
Introduction to Civil Engineering: Scope of different fields of Civil MODULE-I
Engineering; Surveying, Building Materials, Construction Technology, D.C.Circuits: Ohm’s Law and Kirchhoff’s Laws, analysis of series, parallel and
Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Hydraulics, Water series- parallel circuits excited by independent voltage sources. Power and
Resources & Irrigation Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Energy.
Environmental Engineering. Role of Civil Engineers in the Infrastructural A.C. Fundamentals: Generation of sinusoidal voltage, frequency of generated
development, effect of infrastructural facilities on social-economic voltage, definition and numerical values of average value, root mean square
development of a country. (02 hours – L1) value, form factor and peak factor of sinusoidally varying voltage and
current, phasor representation of alternating quantities.
Introduction to Engineering Mechanics: Basic concepts of idealization- Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Levels : L1- Remembering, L2- Understanding, L3 –
Particle, Continuum and Rigid Body; Force; Systems of Forces; Basic Applying, L4 – Analysing,
Principles – Physical Independence of forces, Superposition, Transmissibility,
Newton’s Laws of Motion, Resolution and Composition of forces, Law of MODULE - 2
parallelogram of forces, Polygonal law, Resultant of Concurrent coplanar force Single Phase Circuits: Analysis, with phasor diagram, of circuits with R, L, C,
systems, Coplanar Non Concurrent Force System: Moment of a Forces, couple, R-L, RC, R-L-C for series and parallel configurations. Real power, reactive
Varignon’s theorem, Resultant of Coplanar non-concurrent force system. power, apparent power and power factor.
(06 hours – L1, L2, L3) Three Phase circuits: Advantages of 3-phase power, Generation of 3-phase
power, Three-phase balanced circuits, voltage and current relations in star and
Module-2 delta connections. Measurement of three phase power using two wattmeter
Equilibrium of Forces: Free body diagrams, Lami’s theorem, Equations of method.
Equilibrium, equilibrium of concurrent and non concurrent coplanar force Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Levels : L1- Remembering, L2- Understanding, L3 –
systems. (04 hours – L1, L2, L3) Applying, L4 – Analysing

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MODULE - 3 Graduate Attributes (As per NBA): Engineering Knowledge, Problem
Single Phase Transformers: Necessity of transformer, Principle of operation, Analysis.
Types and construction of transformers. emf equation, losses, variation of
losses with respect to load, efficiency, Condition for maximum efficiency. Question paper pattern:
Domestic Wiring: Service mains, meter board and distribution board. Brief • The question paper will have ten questions. Each question is set for 20
discussion on concealed conduit wiring. Two-way and three-way control. marks.
Elementary discussion on circuit protective devices: Fuse and Miniature Circuit • There will be 2 questions from each module. Each of the two questions
Breaker (MCB’s),electric shock, precautions against shock. Earthing: Pipe and under a module (with a maximum of 3 sub questions), should have a mix
Plate earthing. of topics under that module.
Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Levels : L1- Remembering, L2- Understanding, L3 – • The students have to answer 5 full questions, selecting one full question
Applying from each module.

MODULE – 4 Text Books:


DC Generators: Principle of operation, Construction of D.C. Generators. 1 Basic Electrical Engineering, D C Kulshreshtha, Tata McGraw Hill,
Expression for induced emf,Types of D.C. Generators,Relation between Revised First Edition
induced emf and terminal voltage. 2 Principles of Electrical Engineering & Electronics, V.K. Mehta, Rohit
DC motors: Principle of operation,Back emf,Torque equation, Types of dc Mehta, S.ChandPublications
motors, Characteristics of dc motors (shunt and series motors only) and
Applications. Reference Books:
Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Levels : L1- Remembering, L2- Understanding, L3 – 1 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, B. L. Theraja, S.
Applying, Chand & Company Ltd, Reprint Edition 2013.
2 Electrical Technology, E. Hughes, International Students 9th Edition,
MODULE – 5 Pearson, 2005
Three Phase Synchronous Generators: Principle of operation, Constructional 3 Basic Electrical Engineering, D. P. Kothari and I. J. Nagrath, Tata
details, Synchronous speed, Frequency of generated voltage, emf equation, McGraw Hill, 2017.
Concept of winding factor (excluding the derivation and calculation of
distribution and pitch factors).
Three Phase Induction Motors: Principle of operation, Generation of rotating
magnetic field, Construction and working of three-phase induction motor, Slip
and its significance. Necessity of starter, star-delta starter.
Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Levels : L1- Remembering, L2- Understanding, L3 –
Applying.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course the student will be able to:
• Analyse D.C and A.C circuits.
• Explain the principle of operation andconstruction of single phase
transformers.
• Explain the principle of operation andconstruction of DC machines and
synchronous machines.
• Explain the principle of operation and construction of three phase
induction motors.
• Discuss concepts of electrical wiring, circuit protecting devices and
earthing.

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