HS3050 Professional Ethics

Objectives: Concept of Profession and highlight its difference from occupation or job The vital role of ethics in professionsThe importance of ethical codes in professions and the prerequisites of an ethicalprofessionalThe nature of engineering ethics, the value of ethnical practices in engineering and thevirtues of an ethical engineer Text Books:…

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BT1010 Life Sciences

Course Contents: Course Overview- Evolution & Origin of Life, Theories for origin of life –Darwinian selection, Diversity of Life; Cell structure- Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cell Structures, Functions of Organelles, Mitosis and Meiosis; Classical Genetics – Mendel’s laws and Patterns of Inheritance.Structures of Bio-molecules – DNA, RNA, Protein, Carbohydrates and Lipids;…

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EE1100 Basic Electrical Engineering

Course Contents: DC circuits -AC circuits -True and reactive power in AC circuits.Electro -Mechanical Energy Conversion -Power Systems. Opams and their Applications -Basic digital systems – Microprocessors –Computer networking fundamentals. Principles of communication -Basics of Signal Processing. Reference Books: 1. incent Del Toro : Electrical Engineering Fundamentals, Prentice Hall India,…

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CY2010 Kinetics and Catalysis

Objectives: The objective is to introduce the concepts of chemical kinetics and catalysis. The students will be able to apply the concepts to homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis including electrocatalysis. Course Contents: Chemical Kinetics: Recollection of basic concepts of chemical kinetics; Mechanism of chemical reactions (steady state approximation, unimolecular decomposition-Lindemann mechanism)…

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WS1302 Workshop II

Module – 1 FittingModule – 2 Turning Module – 3 Milling & ShapingModule – 4 WeldingModule – 5 CarpentryModule – 6 FRP, Plastics, Pneumatics & hydraulicsModule – 7 Electrical Module – 8 ElectronicsModule – 9 Quality Control & Communication LabModule –10 SmithyModule – 11 FoundryModule –12 Tool Room & Gear…

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GN1102 Life Skills II

Objectives: This is a follow up course to GN1101 where internalizing of concepts learnt is addressed. The student, having spent a semester, needs to put his experiences in context. This course will address that context in relation to the experience. The objective is to help the student validate his/her thinking…

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CS1100 Introduction to Programming

Objectives: The course aims to provide exposure to problem solving through programming. It aims to train the student to the basic concepts of the C programming language. This course involves a lab component which is designed to give the student hands on experience with the concepts. Course Contents: Module 1…

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PH1020 Physics II

Objectives: To enable the students to: a) descrie electromagnetic phenomena using the language of vector calculus. b) determine electric and magnetic fields arising from simple configurations of static charges as well as steady currents in vacuum and in matter. c) solve problems involving propagation of electromagnetic waves in vacuum and…

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MA1102 Series and Matrices

Objectives: To equip students with series representation of functions of a real variable, and methods of matrix theory.These topics have applications in all branches of engineering and sciences. Course Contents: Series: Sequences of real numbers, Series, ratio and root test, improper integral, integral test, alternating series,absolute and conditional convergence, power…

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AM1100 Engineering Mechanics

Course Contents: Equilibrium of rigid bodies, free body diagram, Analysis of beams and trusses, Equilibrium of continuous systems -derivation of relation between load, shear force and bending moment. Energy conservation in rigid bodies -potential energy and elastic energy. Virtual work in multibody assemblies. Lumped mass models in Dynamics -Particle motion…

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