Available courses

    Database management system course is specially designed for U.G. students for providing a necessary fundamental knowledge required in addressing the problems related to data and record management. Almost all the software industries around the world are using various DBMSs.

    In this course, we are providing an introduction of Database and various aspects pertaining to Database designing, Databases Users & their roles. 

    The course also includes how the database can be created and manipulated using SQL, which is a very powerful programming language for the DBMS. 

    Mathematics II

    Engineering Physics

    Mathematics III  for B.Tech II Year 

    Soft computing is an emerging approach to computing which parallel the remarkable ability of the human mind to reason and learn in an environment of uncertainty and imprecision. Soft computing is based on some biological inspired methodologies such as genetics, evolution, ant’s behaviors, particles swarming, human nervous systems, etc. Now, soft computing is the only solution when we don’t have any mathematical modeling of problem solving (i.e., algorithm), need a solution to a complex problem in real time, easy to adapt with changed scenario and can be implemented with parallel computing. It has enormous applications in many application areas such as medical diagnosis, computer vision, hand written character recondition, pattern recognition, machine intelligence, weather forecasting, network optimization, VLSI design, robotic vision, etc.

    Distributed system is a system whose components are located on different networked computers, which computer communicate and coordinate their actions by passing messages to one another. The components interact with one another in order to achieve a common goal. Three significant characteristics of distributed systems are: concurrency of components, lack of a global clock, and independent failure of components. Distributed computing also refers to the use of distributed systems to solve computational problems. In distributed computing, a problem is divided into many tasks, each of which is solved by one or more computers, which communicate with each other via message passing


    The objective of the course is to familiarize students with basic data structures and their use in fundamental algorithms. 

    This course will be beneficial for the students those who are preparing for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect.

    Cloud computing is a scalable services consumption and delivery platform that provides on-demand computing service for shared pool of resources, namely servers, storage, networking, software, database, applications etc., over the Internet. It is a model for enabling ubiquitous, on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources, which can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort. This course will introduce various aspects of cloud computing, including fundamentals, management issues, security challenges and future research trends. This will help students to use and explore the cloud computing platforms.

    For the course of Industrial Training, there are various modules available and  are being offered to pursue.

    Databases form the backbone of all major applications today – tightly or loosely coupled, intranet or internet based, financial, social, administrative, and so on. Structured Database Management Systems (DBMS) based on relational and other models have long formed the basis for such databases. Consequently, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase etc. have emerged as leading commercial systems while MySQL, PostgreSQL etc. lead in open source and free domain. While DBMS’s differ in details, they share a common set of models, design paradigms and a Structured Query Language (SQL). In this background the course would examine data structures, file organizations, concepts and principles of DBMS’s, data analysis, database design, data modeling, database management, data & query optimization, and database implementation. More specifically, the course introduces relational data models; entity-relationship modeling, SQL, data normalization, and database design. It would also introduce query coding practices using Oracle/ MySQL (or any other open system) through various assignments. Design of simple multi-tier client/server architectures based and Web-based database applications will also be introduced.

    Soft computing is an emerging approach to computing which parallel the remarkable ability of the human mind to reason and learn in an environment of uncertainty and imprecision. Soft computing is based on some biological inspired methodologies such as genetics, evolution, ant’s behaviors, particles swarming, human nervous systems, etc. Now, soft computing is the only solution when we don’t have any mathematical modeling of problem solving (i.e., algorithm), need a solution to a complex problem in real time, easy to adapt with changed scenario and can be implemented with parallel computing. It has enormous applications in many application areas such as medical diagnosis, computer vision, hand written character recondition, pattern recognition, machine intelligence, weather forecasting, network optimization, VLSI design, etc.



    Engineering Physics

    Conceptually explain the classification schemes that are used to categorize engineering materials.Calculate engineering stress, strain and the elastic modulus from data and for basic engineering applications.

    To develop in students the knowledge of basics of Measurements and Measuring devices.To understand the concepts of various measurement systems & standards with regards to realistic applications.

     To enable the student to understand laws of fluid mechanics and evaluate pressure, velocity and acceleration fields for various fluid flows and performance parameters for hydraulic machinery. identify importance of various fluid properties at rest and in transit.

    Describe basic concepts of Thermodynamics,restate definition of system, surrounding, closed and open system, extensive and intensive properties.calculate absolute and gauge pressure, and absolute temperature.calculate changes in kinetic, potential, enthalpy and internal energy.

    To teach students the operating characteristics and thermodynamic analysis of common Internal combustion Engine cycles.


    BT 401 Mathematics III

    B.Tech II Year

    Basic Mechanical Engineering a subject which gives us a basic idea about mechanical engineering and its sub divisions, like Materials, Measurements, Production Processes, Mechanical Power producing and Consuming Systems, etc.

    Mathematics II (BT 202) 
    B.Tech I Year II Semester All Branches

    THIS COURSE IS FOR CS II YEAR STUDENTS

    this course is for CS III year.

    This course is created for CS4 Third year students of CSE department.

    Compter Fundamental concepts

    Course is for CS1 III year CSE department.

    The purpose of this subject is to cover the underlying concepts and techniques used in Software

    Engineering & Project Management. Some of these techniques can be used in software design &

    its implementation.

    The purpose of this subject is to cover the underlying concepts and techniques used in Computer 

    Networking. This syllabus provides a comprehensive introduction to computer network, network 

    architecture and protocols. 

    Student will be able to learn algorithm designing, various problem solving strategies like divide and conquer approach, Greedy strategy, Dynamic Programming, Backtracking etc.

    Python is an interpreted, high-level, general-purpose programming language. Created by Guido van Rossum and first released in 1991, Python has a design philosophy that emphasizes code readability, notably using significant whitespace. It provides constructs that enable clear programming on both small and large scales

    Subject Code CS- 403

    For II year students

    Subject Code CS- 403

    For II year students

    It is a subject in III year 6th sem 

    Subject code : CS-6001

    Need to work more technically 

    Software Engineering  is course in II year with objective to teach phases from software inception to deployment. 

    The purpose of this subject is introduce the concepts and techniques used in computer graphics, Animation & Multimedia

    The purpose of this subjects is to introduce the concepts and technology used in Computer Graphics, Animation& multimedia

    Engineering Graphics BT 105

    Intellectual Property Rights are the rights relating to the creation of human mind. Unlike physical properties that are tangible in nature IPR are non tangible property.

    The main objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the basic concepts of Intellectual Property Rights and their different forms like Patent, Copy rights, Trade marks, Design registration, Geological indication and others; and sensitize the students with the emerging issues in IPR and the rationale for the protection of IPR.

    Ø  Students will be able to understand Primary forms of IPR.

    Ø  Students will be able to asses and critique some basic theoretical justification for major forms             of IP Protection.

    Ø  Students will be able to compare and contrast the different forms of IPR in terms of key         differences and similarities.

    Ø  Students will be able understand the registration procedures related to IPR.

    Ø  Students will be exposed to contemporary issues and enforcement policies in IPR


    Mathematics II

    Engineering Chemistry

    English for Communication

    B.Tech I Year

    A signal is a function that conveys some information. A signal is a description of how one parameter varies with another parameter. A system is defined by the type of input and output it deals with. Since we are dealing with signals, so in our case, our system would be a mathematical model, a piece of code/software, or a physical device, or a black box whose input is a signal and it performs some processing on that signal, and the output is a signal. The input is known as excitation and the output is known as the response.

    Please consider the request for Electronic Devices and Circuit Course

    An electronic circuit usually consists of a CPU, ROM, RAM and other peripherals on one board. VLSI lets IC designers add all of these into one chip. Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is a process of combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. It started in the 1970s with the development of complex semiconductor and communication technologies. Design flow of these VLSI circuits need to be understand which includes CMOS Technology, logic preparation, use of EDA tools and fabrication steps, in order to prepare the student for industries.



    Analog Communication is a core subject for undergraduate students in Electronics and Communications engineering. Main emphasis of the course is on analog modulation techniques. Although the world is going digital, yet the analog modulation techniques are important to learn, as modulation is not so much a method of communication as a basic tool of signal processing, and therefore, it will always be needed, not only in the area of communication (digital or analog), but also in many other areas of electrical engineering.  The broad objective of teaching this course is to enable students

    a.        To get the “big picture” of a communication system in general, and that of an analog communication system in particular;

    b.        To learn, how analog communication systems work;

    c.        To get acquaintance with the signals and systems analysis;

    d.        To see the signals as vectors and Fourier spectrum as a way of representing a signal in terms of its vector components;

    e.        To understand various modulations and the corresponding demodulations carried out in an analog communication system;

    f.         To prepare the background to study Digital Communication in a follow up course.


    B.E II year 4 th semester. 

    Design various electronics circuits using TINA Pro Software

    Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining hundreds of thousands of transistors or devices into a single chip. VLSI began in the 1970s when complex semiconductor and communication technologies were being developed. The microprocessor is a VLSIdevice.

    Signals are everywhere in nature and concepts of Digital Signal Processing find applications in everyday life.  The concepts of Digital Signal Processing are needed in almost all electrical engineering fields. The course find its applications in various areas of engineering such as digital audio and speech, digital telephone, automobile industry, electronics and communication,  medical Image equipment and multimedia.

    Signals are everywhere in nature and concepts of Digital Signal Processing find applications in everyday life.  The concepts of Digital Signal Processing are needed in almost all electrical engineering fields. The course find its applications in various areas of engineering such as digital audio and speech, digital telephone, automobile industry, electronics and communication,  medical Image equipment and multimedia.

    The course is required to run for ECE-II year II Semester students.

    This course is electronics based course dealing with measurements and instrumentation designed for students. The

    objectives of this course are to introduce students to the use of various electrical/electronic instruments, their construction, applications, and principles of operation, standards and units of measurements and provide students with opportunities to develop basic skills in the design of electronic equipments.


    Digital electronics or digital (electronic) circuits are electronics that operate on digital signals. In contrast, analog circuits manipulate analog signals whose performance is more subject to manufacturing tolerancesignal attenuation and noise. Digital techniques are helpful because it is a lot easier to get an electronic device to switch into one of a number of known states than to accurately reproduce a continuous range of values.

    Digital electronic circuits are usually made from large assemblies of logic gates (often printed on integrated circuits), simple electronic representations of Boolean logic functions.



    Advanced Structural Designing deals with the designing of advanced structures using steel. This course covers all the major structures such as bridges, water tanks, bunkers and silos,

    Since long entrepreneurship has been recognized as an essential ingredient of economic development . Concept of entrepreneurship has varied from time to time to suit the changing ethos of socio-economic reality. It was applied to business for the first time in 18th century, to designate a dealer who buys and sells goods at uncertain prices. Later on an entrepreneur was considered a dynamic agent of change, or the catalyst who transformed increasingly physical, natural and human resources, into corresponding production possibilities. In recent years, managerial aspects of entrepreneurship are being emphasized. It employs innovativeness, an urge to take risk in the face of uncertainties, and intuition, i.e. a capacity of seeing things in a way which afterwards proves to be true.

    Mathematics II

    Engineering Chemistry

    English for Communication

    B.Tech I Year


    Course material on Geotechnical Engineering is requested.

    This course "Advanced Structural Design" deals with the design aspects of a few special structures and to understand the realistic behavior of such structures as closely as possible. 
    The categories of structures which are going to be dealt with in this course are steel frame buildings, liquid retaining structures, storage bins, steel railway truss bridges and steel railway plate girder bridges.

    Advanced Structural Designing deals with the designing of advanced structures using steel. This course covers all the major structures such as bridges, water tanks, bunkers and silos,

    Surveying or land surveying is the technique, profession, and science of determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional positions of points and the distances and angles between them. A land surveying professional is called a land surveyor. These points are usually on the surface of the Earth, and they are often used to establish maps and boundaries for ownership locations, such as building corners or the surface location of subsurface features, or other purposes required by government or civil law, such as property sales.

    Surveying is done by advance equipment is known as advance surveying. 

    Population estimation, source of water, intake, transportation of water, quality of water, treatment, distribution of water, collection of waste water, transportation of waste water, quality of waste water, treatment of waste water and dispose off treated waste water to natural source.
    Precipitation, estimation of rainfall, PMP, PMF, Flood Management, Flood routing,AR, ARMA, ARIMA Models, system Analysis, Optimization techniques, linear programming, dynamic programming, Reservoir operation, Network Methods Updating of network.

    Quantity Estimation and Costing is a subject which deals with the estimation and costing of the construction materials like cement sand and aggregates as well as steel. This course also covers the contract terms and conditions, valuation, rent details, tenders, PWD works process etc. 

    Quantity Estimation and Costing is a subject which deals with the estimation and costing of the construction materials like cement sand and aggregates as well as steel. This course also covers the contract terms and conditions, valuation, rent details, tenders, PWD works process etc. 

    Structures that are constructed for the purpose of the utilization of water or to contain the damages caused by water, occupy a position of special importance in human society. Although an introduction to this unique class of structure is available through the course on Water Resources Engineering, the present course plans to discuss each of these structures in detail, with ample worked examples. Special reference would be made, wherever possible, to relevant national and international standards and norms. The course would cover the design aspects of the hydraulic structures meant for storage, diversion, conveyance and distribution of water apart from structures for river flow modification and control. Preliminary design aspects of hydro power structures would also be included. Foundation considerations in the design of the structures would be discussed for each structure.

    Structural Design I (RCC) course covers almost all the all the topics related to Reinforced cement concrete ( RCC ) and prestressed concrete. Two main designing methods are used for designing and analysis of the structures i.e. Limit State Method (LSM) and Working Stress Method (WSM).

    Mathematics II

    English for Communication

    B.Tech I Year


    1

    3-D Modeling on CREO1.0

    2

    Introduction to FEA and ANSYS

    3

    Analysis of Truss using Ansys

    4

    Stress analysis of 3D component a plate with a circular hole.

    5

    Stress analysis of an axi-symmetric component

     

    6

    Introduction to Scilab

    7

    Scilab exercise 1 (Defining variables)

    8

    Scilab exercise 2 (Using operators)

    9

    Scilab exercise 3 (applying formula)

    10

    Scilab exercise 4 (plotting graphs))


    [1] . Role of computers in design and manufacture. Drawing soft ware, configuration, function and facilities, parametric representation, examples of drawings and systems 

    [2] Surface modeling, curves and surface representation – composite surfaces, case studies in CAD, parametric representation analytic and synthetic curves, surface manipulation, design and engineering applications, 

    [3] Current developments in CAD, feature based modeling,, design by feature, 

    [4] Solid modeling, boundary representation, analytic solid modeling, constructive solid geometry, sweep representation, design and engineering applications,

    [5] Strategic plan of CAD system design and development, graphic exchange, features recovery, etc.

    Diploma pass-outs are generally engaged in middle level management. It is found necessary to impart the diploma pass-outs at final year level certain concepts, principles, procedures and understanding of management techniques so that he is brought out to a fairly high level of competency in "supervisor-ship." The course has two aspects - behavioral science and mathematical approach towards management. Behavioral science includes communication skills, grievance handling, motivation, morale and leadership. Mathematical approach includes PPC, CPM, PERT and Inventory management. It has been felt necessary to provide the students knowledge about newer trends in management like TQM, JIT, ISO and role of Computers. It is hoped that the course will help the students to be successful in middle management role

    Engineering Chemistry

    BT101

    B.Tech I Year

    About Quality management of the Product 

    In air refrigeration, the air is used as a refrigerant. ... Refrigeration essentially means continued abstraction of heat from a substance (perishable foods, drinks and medicines etc.) at low temperature level and then transfers this heat to another system at high potential of temperature

    Engineering graphics is the creation of engineering drawings. These are representations of physical objects/locations on paper (or in 2 dimensional or 3 Dimensional electronic format using Autocad). This is In this introductory engineering graphics course, it covers the basics of drawing view creation (left side, right side, etc.), presentation of lines (Hidden, no hidden) and projections such as isometric. It also includes things like dimension, tolerance, scale & curves and other items required to properly communicate the concept to another person.

    Subject is Essential for all BE/B.Tech Students in 1st Year.

    [1] Introduction, history of tribology, early scientific studies of - friction, Wear Lubrication. Tribo-Surface preparations and characteristics. Surface contacts, Hertz contact stresses, residual stress, surface fatigue, creep, stress relaxation, fracture mechanics, elastic, visco elastic and plastic behavior of materials. Choice of materials. 

    [2] Friction, laws of friction, rolling/sliding friction, theory of adhesion and abrasion, different mechanisms of friction , stick slip characteristics, interface temperature, thermal analysis, Molecular mechanical theory of friction, operating conditions and system parameters, calculations of coefficient of friction, design of friction devices. 

    [3] Wear, different types of wear mechanisms, adhesive, abrasive impact,percussion erosion, fretting wear calculations of wear rate, two body/ three body wear, wear prevention, wear of metal cutting and metal forming tools, wear mapping of materials, cavitation, surface fatigue, corrosion, performance levels classifications and specifications of lubricants,

    [4] Lubrication, lubricants and additives, composition and properties of lubricants, maintenance of oil and emulsions, industrial hygiene aspects, technical regulations for lubricants. boundary/ mixed and fluid film lubrication, industrial methods of lubrications, SAE,BIS, ASTM, IP, DIN Standards.oil testings.wear and chemistry of lubricants. 

    [5] Nano tribology, Instrumental tests,. Bearings, clutches and brakes, slide units, dynamic seals, Automobile applications, machine tools/ press machines applications. Other applications and case studies

    Diploma engineering Course for final year students.

    This Subject Related to Design of Machine elements like Bearing, Clutch , rivet nut , bolt ,shaft ect.

    Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies engineering, physics, engineering mathematics, and materials science principles to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is one of the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines.

    The mechanical engineering field requires an understanding of core areas including mechanics, dynamics, thermodynamics, materials science, structural analysis, and electricity. In addition to these core principles, mechanical engineers use tools such as computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and product life cycle management to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices, weapons, and others. It is the branch of engineering that involves the design, production, and operation of machinery.

    Mechanical engineering emerged as a field during the Industrial Revolution in Europe in the 18th century; however, its development can be traced back several thousand years around the world. In the 19th century, developments in physics led to the development of mechanical engineering science. The field has continually evolved to incorporate advancements; today mechanical engineers are pursuing developments in such areas as composites, mechatronics, and nanotechnology. It also overlaps with aerospace engineering, metallurgical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, manufacturing engineering, chemical engineering, industrial engineering, and other engineering disciplines to varying amounts. Mechanical engineers may also work in the field of biomedical engineering, specifically with biomechanics, transport phenomena, biomechatronics, bionanotechnology, and modelling of biological systems


    FLUID MECHANICS

    The course emphasizes the management issues in the maintenance organization, but at the same time also the understanding of importance of reliability and the mechanisms leading to failures in manufacturing equipment, and the state-of-the-art preventive and proactive maintenance methods. The course covers also basic maintenance techniques and methods, and life cycle perspective on equipment. 

    After completing the course requirements, each student should:

    • be able to use of contemporary maintenance management practices
    • be competent to manage and develop the maintenance activities in a modern enterprise
    • be able to perform maintenance activities in a cost effective manner

    GOAL OF TEACHING THE SUBJECT

    1.      The students will be able to basic knowledge of Boilers.

    2.      Student gain the knowledge of Vapour power Cycles.

    3.      To understand Gas Dynamics and Steam Nozzle.

    4.      Students gain the knowledge of Air Compressor.

    5.      To understand the Steam condensers, cooling towers and heat exchanger.



    Big Data in Mechanical Engineering

    Big data will make its mark on technological developments in this century. It will play a key role in shaping the design of materials, products, systems, and innovations from heavy equipment and energy industry to avionics and healthcare industry.  Data may well become as powerful an economic engine as the steam engine once was. Data may reconfigure industry and businesses. Additive manufacturing factories may be built next to hospitals to manufacture various supplies, and new industries may be created in the spirit of digital manufacturing. 

    The interest in data is not new. It has accompanied developments in science and engineering practices for centuries. The novelty is in the volume and speed with which the data is generated, its growth, and the emergence of data science.

    What is Big Data?

    The concept of big data can be illustrated using an Excel-like file (see Figure 1) containing process data on four parameters, temperature, flow, frequency, and status collected at one second intervals. Such a file could include many columns (e.g., from hundreds to thousands) and rows of data (e.g., from thousands to millions). The data can be numerical (e.g., the temperature parameter in Figure 1) and qualitative (e.g., the status parameter in Figure 1) the rows of the Excel file could be generated (streamed) at high frequency (e.g., 1 second in Figure 1). It is important to recognize that a big data engineer does not expect data to reside in the Excel format, as big data sets seldom exist in a ready-to-use form. Rather, data must be identified and integrated for diverse uses.

    big data

    Big Data at the Core of Mechanical Engineering

    Sensors versed in fluids, thermal, or mechanical principles offer a promising avenue for data science applications. A large segment of mechanical engineering focuses on domains such as product design and development, manufacturing, and energy, which are likely to benefit from big data.  

    • Product Design and Development is a highly multidisciplinary process awaiting innovation. It is widely recognized that the design of an innovative product must consider data streams originating with customers, experts, the trail of data left by generations of products throughout their lifetime, and cyberspace. Markets concur through products that consider the most essential design requirements, extending beyond mere product functions. The success of Apple products is attributable to the company's expanded set of requirements. 
    • Manufacturing is continuously evolving due to the progress in process and computer technology.  These changes have been reflected in a reach terminology used to describe it, beginning with flexible manufacturing of three decades ago to digital manufacturing of today. The fact is that the continuous manufacturing transformation has led to more sensors generating large volumes of data.  Such data can serve various purposes. For example, mechanical engineers may improve reliability of the existing manufacturing processes, predict emerging equipment failures, design next generation of manufacturing equipment, and invent new technologies based on the historical data.  
    • Energy Conversion and Economy (The energy industry) is undergoing changes triggered largely by environmental concerns and the limited supply of fossil fuels. Energy generation is becoming distributed rather than centralised as the shift to clean energy takes place. Combustion plants and nuclear power facilities are being replaced by dozens to hundreds of wind turbines and solar panels. The existing designs of wind turbines await improvements in cost and reliability to be more competitive with fossil fuel combustion.  The world awaits designs of new energy devices converting natural energy, e.g., wind energy, tidal energy, geothermal energy, solar energy, and waste energy into mechanical and electrical energy.  In addition to developments in energy conversion, solutions in energy consumption are needed as well.

    Industrial engineering has provided a systematic approach to streamline and improve productivity and efficiency. Benefits that can be linked directly to the work of industrial engineers include: Leaner, more efficient, and more profitable business practices while increasing customer service and quality.

    Duties of Industrial Engineers

    Industrial engineers typically do the following:

    • Review production schedules, engineering specifications, process flows, and other information to understand methods that are applied and activities that take place in manufacturing and services
    • Figure out how to manufacture parts or products, or deliver services, with maximum efficiency
    • Develop management control systems to make financial planning and cost analysis more efficient
    • Enact quality control procedures to resolve production problems or minimize costs
    • Design control systems to coordinate activities and production planning in order to ensure that products meet quality standards
    • Confer with clients about product specifications, vendors about purchases, management personnel about manufacturing capabilities, and staff about the status of projects

    Industrial engineers apply their skills to many different situations, from manufacturing to healthcare systems to business administration. For example, they design systems for

    • moving heavy parts within manufacturing plants
    • delivering goods from a company to customers, including finding the most profitable places to locate manufacturing or processing plants
    • evaluating job performance
    • paying workers.

    Some industrial engineers, called manufacturing engineers, focus entirely on the automated aspects of manufacturing processes. They design manufacturing systems to optimize the use of computer networks, robots, and materials.

    Industrial engineers focus on how to get the work done most efficiently, balancing many factors, such as time, number of workers needed, available technology, actions workers need to take, achieving the end product with no errors, workers' safety, environmental concerns, and cost.

    The versatility of industrial engineers allows them to engage in activities that are useful to a variety of businesses, governments, and nonprofits. For example, industrial engineers engage in supply chain management to help businesses minimize inventory costs, conduct quality assurance activities to help businesses keep their customer bases satisfied, and work in the growing field of project management as industries across the economy seek to control costs and maximize efficiencies.


    The power demand in the country is increasing at a very fast pace. In fact,

    power production is not able to keep pace with the demand. More and more steam power

    plants are coming up in the public sector. Nuclear Power plants and gas turbine power

    plants are also being set up. Also industries in public and private sectors are being

    permitted to establish their own captive steam and diesel power plants.

    This course is aimed at providing at insight in to the systems of power

    generation, and the principles of the equipment used there in.

    The main objective of the course is to acquaint the learners/students with the basic concepts of engineering products’ drawings, different softwares and applications in preparation of
    drawings, designs and animations.

    The course also deals with creativity and concept generation, customer needs and wants.

    Different engineering materials and their properties and concepts of tribology – friction,
    wear and lubrication are also discussed.

    The course also covers basic concepts of limits, fits and tolerances in individual components and assemblies, a brief review of process planning, jigs, fixtures, manufacturing methods and shop floor
    practices.

    The later part of course also covers basic concepts of ergonomics and related proportions. Value analysis , cost analysis, the product life cycle, intellectual property rights/ Patent procedures.

    This is 1 year course for all the Branches to learn Basics and hands on practices of Mechanical Tools and some operations.


    This course would encompass a comprehensive study of metal cutting and machine tools. This course would elaborate on the theory of metal cutting supplemented with numerical problems. Tool geometry, chip formation, cutting force calculations and measurement, tool wear and other aspects will be given due attention. This would be followed by a descriptive study of the machine tools like lathe, milling, grinding, drilling and shaping machines, followed by numerical problems. 

    A study would also be made on fixed automation, Computer numerical control (CNC) machines, gear cutting machines, non-traditional machine tools, Rapid prototyping, together with numerical problem solving. 

    The course in Applied Physics is a preliminary course to lay the foundation of Physics eventually to apply the theory in various branches of engineering sciences. 

    The syllabus includes modules on quantum theory, semiconductors, wave optics, laser and fiber optics with electrodynamics.  The well known concepts of de-Broglie and schrodinger are utilized to study the quantum effects.   Band theory gives a insight into the material properties.  Why materials are metal, semiconductors and insulators.  Different types of electronic devices are taught describe the features of doping versus various properties.  Phenomena like interference and diffraction seen occasionally in day to day life are explained and taught in theory and labs.  Electrodynamics course explains the Maxwells equations used in electromagnetic theory. Modern topics like Lasers and fibers are also a part of the syllabus in which the students learn about the types and principles of working. 

    Course Objective The course objectives are: 

    1. Impart a basic knowledge of electrical quantities such as current, voltage, power, energy and frequency to understand the impact of technology in a global and societal context. 

    2. Provide working knowledge for the analysis of basic DC and AC circuits used in electrical and electronic devices. 

    3. To explain the working principle, construction, applications of DC machines, AC machines & measuring instruments. 

    4. Highlight the importance of transformers in transmission and distribution of electric power.

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