Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Curriculum 2019 for B.Tech Degree Semesters 1 and 2

Curriculum 2019 for B.Tech Degree Semesters 1 and 2


General Guidelines: Every course of B. Tech. The program shall be placed in one of the nine categories as listed in the table below.

Basic Science Courses: Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology for Engineers, Life Science, etc.
Engineering science courses: Basic Electrical, Engineering Graphics, Programming, Workshop, Basic Electronics, Basic Civil, Engineering Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Thermodynamics, Introduction to Engineering, Design Engineering, Materials Engineering, etc.
Humanities and Social Sciences including Management courses: English, Humanities, Professional Ethics, Management-I, (Organizational Behavior)/ Finance & Accounting, Economics, etc.
Mandatory non-credit courses: Environmental Science, Constitution of India/Essence of Indian Knowledge Tradition, Industrial Safety Engineering, disaster management, etc.
Course Code and Course Number: Each course is denoted by a unique code consisting of three alphabets followed by three numerals like E C L 2 0 1. The first two letter code refers to the department offering the course. EC stands for course in Electronics & Communication, course code MA refers to a course in Mathematics, course code ES refers to a course in Engineering Science, etc.
The third letter stands for the nature of the course.

Course Number is a three digit number and the first digit refers to the Academic year in which the course is normally offered, i.e. 1, 2, 3, or 4 for the B. Tech. Program of four-year duration. Of the other two digits, the last digit identifies whether the course is offered normally in the odd (odd number), even (even number) or in both the semesters (zero). The middle number could be any digit. ECL 201 is a laboratory course offered in the EC department for the third semester, MAT 101 is a course in Mathematics offered in the first semester, EET 344 is a course in Electrical Engineering offered in the sixth semester, PHT 110 is a course in Physics offered both the first and second semesters, EST 102 is a course in Basic Engineering offered by one or many departments. These course numbers are to be given in the curriculum and syllabi.


NOTE:

1. Engineering Physics A/Engineering Physics B and Engineering Chemistry shall be offered in both semesters. Institutions can advise students belonging to about 50% of the number of branches in the Institution to opt for Engineering Physics in SI and Engineering Chemistry in S2 & vice versa. Students opting for Engineering Physics A/ Engineering Physics B in a semester should attend Physics Lab in the same semester and students opting for Engineering Chemistry in one semester should attend Engineering Chemistry Lab in the same semester.

2. Engineering Physics A is meant for programs Applied Electronics, Biomedical, Computer Science, Electrical & Electronics, Electronics & Biomedical, Electronics & Communication, Information Technology, and Instrumentation& Control. Engineering Physics B is meant for programs Aeronautical, Automobile, Biotechnology, Chemical, Civil, Food Technology, Industrial, Mechanical, Mech(Auto), Mech(Prod), Mechatronics, Metallurgy, Naval Arch, Polymer, Production, Robotics, and Safety & Fire.
Physics Lab: Same syllabus for both Engineering Physics A and Engineering Physics B.

3. Engineering Mechanics and Engineering Graphics shall be offered in both semesters. Institutions can advise students belonging to about 50% of the number of branches in the Institution to opt for Engineering Mechanics in SI and Engineering Graphics in S2 & vice versa.

4. Basics of Civil & Mechanical Engineering and Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering shall be offered in both semesters. Basics of Civil & Mechanical Engineering contain equal weightage for Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Slot for the course is D with CIE marks of 25 each and ESE marks of 50 each. Students belonging to branches of AEI, EI, BME, ECE, EEE, ICE, CSE, IT, RA can choose this course in S1. 
Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering contain equal weightage for Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering. Slot for the course is D with CIE marks of 25 each and ESE marks of 50 each. Students belonging to AERO, AUTO, CE, FSE, IE, ME, MECHATRONICS, PE, METALLURGY, BT, BCE, CHEM, FT, POLY can choose this course in S1. Students having Basics of Civil & Mechanical Engineering in one semester should attend the Civil & Mechanical Workshop in the same semester and students having Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering in a semester should attend Electrical & Electronics Workshop in the same semester.

5. LIFE SKILLS:
Life skills are those competencies that provide the means for an individual to be resourceful and positive while taking on life's vicissitudes. Development of one's personality by being aware of the self, connecting with others, reflecting on the abstract and the concrete, leading and generating change, and staying rooted in time-tested values and principles are being aimed at. This course is designed to enhance the employability and maximize the potential of the students by introducing them to the principles that underlie personal and professional success and help them acquire the skills needed to apply these principles in their lives and careers.

6. PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION:
The objective is to develop in the undergraduate students of engineering a level of competence in English required for independent and effective communication for their professional needs. Coverage: Listening, Barriers to listening, Steps to overcome them, Purposive listening practice, Use of technology in the professional world. Speaking, Fluency & accuracy in speech, Positive thinking, Improving self-expression, Tonal variations, Group discussion practice, Reading, Speed reading practice, Use of extensive readers, Analytical and critical reading practice, Writing Professional Correspondence, Formal and informal letters, Tone in formal writing, Introduction to reports. Study Skills, Use of the dictionary, thesaurus, etc., Importance of contents page, cover & back pages, Bibliography, Language Lab.

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