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Department of Information Technology
School of Technology North Eastern Hill University Umshing, Shillong22
Course Structure &
Detail Syllabus for
B.Tech. Programme
Objectives
This four years B.Tech program aims to prepare Professional engineers for the I.T. industry. The core part of the curriculum embodies scientific and engineering knowledge basic to the profession. In addition to these core courses the other ingredients of professional knowledge both current and emerging technological processes have been added to it. To provide the students relevant professional knowledge and develop their capacity to tackle unknown engineering problems, the syllabus has balanced the core, specialized and elective subjects, integrating the practical and field exercises with challenging project activities. The paper professional ethics and IPR is also introduced in the curriculum to help the students to acquire sound professional ethics and an awareness of their obligation to society.
Course Structure
Course Structure Adopted Course Code (XX αβγ): XXα β γ Subject number (In case of Practical, this number stands for its corresponding theory subject number. However, where there is no corresponding theory paper, this number will start from 7. E.g. CE  117) 0: Theory, 1: Practical/Drawing/Design, 2,3: Elective Semester Number Teaching Subject code Acronym used in Teaching Subject Code
Acronyms Used in Teaching Subject Code (XX): BI
 BIotechnology
CE
 Civil Engineering
CH
 CHemistry
EC
 Electronics and Communication Engineering
EE
 Electrical Engineering
HU
 HUmanities
IT
 Information Technology
MA
 MAthematics
ME
 Mechanical Engineering
PH
 PHysics
Example: IT205 implies that Teaching subject concern is Information Technology and, it is the
5th Theory paper of 2nd semester.
Couurse Layyout
Cou urse
Sub bject
Proje ect
(Total P Paper: 68)
(Total : 02)
Theory
Practiccal
(Tottal Paper: 46)
(Total Pape er: 22)
Maajor Project
Minor Projectt
(Tottal Paper:01)
(Total Paper:01 1)
Technicaal
M Management
Basic & Sociaal Sc.
Te echnical
Basic & Social Scc.
(Total Paperss: 27)
(To otal Papers: 07)
(Total Paperrs:12)
(Total Papers:20)
(Total Papers:02)
Year: I
Sl. Course No. No. (THEORY) 1
HU101
2 3 4 5
MA102 PH103 CH104 BI105
6
EE106
7
CH114
8 9
EE116 CE117
Semester I (Common to all branches)
SUBJECT
PERIODS L
T
P
EVALUATION SCHEME Sessional Work TA CT TOT
Professional Communication 3 1 20 20 Skills Engineering MathematicsI 3 1 30 30 Engineering PhysicsI 3 1 30 30 Engineering Chemistry 3 1 30 30 Fundamentals of 3 1 30 30 Biotechnology Basic Electrical Engineering 3 1 30 30 PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN Engineering Chemistry 3 20 Laboratory Electrical Laboratory 3 20 Engineering Graphics 3 20 Total 18 6 9
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1
ES201
2 3 4 5
MA202 PH203 ME204 IT205
6
EC206
7
PH213
8
IT215
9 10
EC216 ME217
SUB TOTAL
40
60
100
4
60 60 60
90 90 90
150 150 150
4 4 4
60
90
150
4
60
90
150
4
20
30
50
2
20 20
30 30
50 50 1000
2 2 30
ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Marks: 1000 Total Periods: 33 Total Credits: 30
Year: I Sl. Course No. No. (THEORY)
ES E
Credits
Semester II (Common to all branches) SUBJECT
PERIODS L
T
P
EVALUATION SCHEME Sessional Work TA CT TOT
Elements of Environmental 2 1 20 Science Engineering Mathematics II 3 1 30 Engineering Physics II 2 1 20 Engineering Mechanics 3 1 30 Computer Systems and 3 1 30 Programming Basic Electronics 3 1 30 PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN Engineering Physics Laboratory. 3 20 Computer Programming Laboratory Basic Electronic Laboratory Workshop Practice Total
ESE
Credits
SUB TOTAL
20
40
60
100
3
30 20 30
60 40 60
90 60 90
150 100 150
4 3 4
30
60
90
150
4
30
60
90
150
4

20
30
50
2


3
20

20
30
50
2
16
6
3 3 12
20 20

20 20
30 30
50 50 1000
2 2 30
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ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Marks: 1000 Total Periods: 34 Total Credits: 30
i
Year: II Sl. No.
Course No.
(THEORY) 1 2 3 4 5 6
HU301 MA302 EC303 EC304 IT305 IT306
7 8
EC313 IT316
9
IT317
Semester III SUBJECT
PERIODS L
Sessional Work TA CT TOT Organizational Management 3 1 20 20 40 Engineering Mathematics III 3 1 30 30 60 Digital Electronics 3 1 30 30 60 Signals and Systems 3 1 30 30 60 Discrete Mathematics 3 1 30 30 60 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 1 30 30 60 PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN Digital Electronics laboratory 3 20 20 Data Structure using C 3 20 20 Laboratory. Numerical Programming 3 20 20 laboratory Total 18 6 9
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T
EVALUATION SCHEME
P
ESE 60 90 90 90 90 90
SUB TOTAL 100 150 150 150 150 150
4 4 4 4 4 4
30
50
2
30
50
2
30
50
2
1000
30
ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Marks: 1000 Total Periods: 33 Total Credits: 30
Year: II
Sl. Course No. No. (THEORY) 1 2
HU401 MA402
3
IT403
4
IT404
5 6
IT405 IT406
7
IT414
8
IT415
9
IT416
Credits
Semester IV
SUBJECT
PERIODS L
T
EVALUATION SCHEME P
Sessional Work TA CT TOT 20 20 40
Organizational Structure 3 1 Statistics and Random 3 1 30 30 Processes Formal Language and 3 1 30 30 Automata Theory Computer Graphics and 3 1 30 30 Multimedia System Programming 3 1 30 30 Computer Organization 3 1 30 30 and Architecture PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN Computer Graphics and 3 20 Multimedia Lab Systems Programming 3 20 Laboratory Computer Organization and Architecture 3 20 Laboratory Total 18 6 9
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ESE
Credits
60
SUB TOTAL 100
4
60
90
150
4
60
90
150
4
60
90
150
4
60
90
150
4
60
90
150
4
20
30
50
2
20
30
50
2
20
30
50
2
1000
30
ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Marks: 1000 Total Periods: 33 Total Credits: 30
ii
Year: III Sl. Course No. No. (THEORY) 1 2 3
HU501 EC502 HU503
4
IT504
5 6
IT505 IT506
7 8
EC 512 IT514
9
IT515
Semester V SUBJECT
PERIODS L
T
P
EVALUATION SCHEME Sessional Work TA CT TOT 20 20 40 30 30 60
Managerial Economics 3 1 Microprocessor 3 1 Management Information 3 1 30 30 System Object Oriented Programming 3 1 30 30 and Methodology Operating System 3 1 30 30 Data Communication 3 1 30 30 PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN Microprocessor Laboratory 3 20 Object Oriented Programming 3 20 Laboratory (C++ and Java) Operating System Lab 3 20 Total 18 6 9
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ESE
Credits
60 90
SUB TOTAL 100 150
4 4
60
90
150
4
60
90
150
4
60 60
90 90
150 150
4 4
20
30
50
2
20
30
50
2
20
30
50 1000
2 30
ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Marks: 1000 Total Periods: 33 Total Credits: 30
Year: III
Sl. Course No. No. (THEORY)
Semester VI
SUBJECT
PERIODS L
T
EVALUATION SCHEME
P TA
1
HU601
2 3 4
IT602 IT603 IT604
5
IT605
6
IT606
7
IT612
8 9
IT613 IT616
Sessional Work CT TOT
Accounting and Finance For 3 1 20 Decision Making Computer Networks 3 1 30 Compiler Design 3 1 30 Algorithm Analysis and 3 1 30 Design Information Theory and 3 1 30 Coding Relational Data Base System 3 1 30 PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN Computer Networks 3 20 Laboratory Compiler Design Laboratory. 3 20 Database Laboratory 3 20 Total 18 6 9 20
TATeachers Assessment CTClass Test L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical
Credits
ESE
SUB TOTAL
20
40
60
100
4
30 30
60 60
90 90
150 150
4 4
30
60
90
150
4
30
60
90
150
4
30
60
90
150
4

20
30
50
2

20 20 20
30 30 30
50 50 1000
2 2 30
ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Marks: 1000 Total Periods: 33 Total Credits: 30
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Year: IV
Semester VII
Sl. Course No. No. (THEORY) 1 2 3 4 5
HU701 IT702 IT703 IT72X IT73X
6 7 8 9
IT712 IT713 IT717 IT718
SUBJECT
PERIODS L
T
EVALUATION SCHEME
P
Sessional Work TA CT TOT Professional Ethics and IPR 2 1 20 20 40 Web Technology 3 1 30 30 60 Software Engineering 3 1 30 30 60 ElectiveI 3 1 30 30 60 ElectiveII(Open) 3 1 30 30 60 PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN Web Technology Lab 3 20 20 Software Engineering Lab 3 20 20 Visual programming. Lab 3 20 20 Minor Project  10 50 50 Total 14 5 19
ESE 60 90 90 90 90 30 30 30 100
Credits
SUB TOTAL 100 150 150 150 150
3 4 4 4 4
50 50 50 150 1000
2 2 2 5 30
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ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Marks: 1000 Total Periods: 38 Total Credits: 30
ElectiveI: 1. Data Mining (IT721) 2. Distributed Systems(IT722)
ElectiveII: 1. Artificial Intelligence(IT731) 2.Internet and Its Application Technologies (IT 732)
Year: IV
Semester VIII
Sl. Course No. No. (THEORY)
SUBJECT
PERIODS L
1
HU801
2
EC802
Marketing Strategies and Planning Mobile Communication
3
IT803
4
T
EVALUATION SCHEME
P
Sessional Work TA CT TOT
ESE
Credits
SUB TOTAL
2
1

20
20
40
60
100
3
3
1

30
30
60
90
150
4
Internet Protocol
3
1

30
30
60
90
150
4
IT82X
Elective III
3
1

30
30
60
90
150
4
5
YY83X
Elective IV(Open)
3
1

30
30
60
90
150
4
6
IT818
100
200
300 1000
7 26
Major Project Total
PRACTICALS / DRAWING / DESIGN 14 100 14 5 14
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ESEEnd Semester Examination Total Periods: 33
Total Marks: 1000 Total Credits: 26
ElectiveIII: 1. E Commerce (IT821) 2. Bioinformatics(IT 822)
ElectiveIV: 1. Mobile Computing(IT831) 2.Cryptography and Network Security(IT832)
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Table of Contents
Semester –I HU101 MA102 PH103 CH104 BI105 EE106 CH114 EE116 CE117
Professional Communication Skills Engineering MathematicsI Engineering PhysicsI Engineering Chemistry Fundamentals of Biotechnology. Basic Electrical Engineering Engineering Chemistry Laboratory. Electrical Laboratory Engineering Graphics
Page No. 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10
Semester – II ES201 MA202 PH203 ME204 IT205 EC206 PH213 IT215 EC216 ME217
Elements of Environmental Science Engineering MathematicsII Engineering Physics II Engineering Mechanics Computer Systems and Programming Basic Electronics Engineering Physics Laboratory. Computer Programming Laboratory Basic Electronic Laboratory Workshop Practice
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Semester – III HU301 MA302 EC303 EC304 IT305 EC306 EC313 IT316 IT317
Organizational Management Engineering Mathematics III Digital Electronics Signals and System Discrete Mathematics Data Structures & Algorithms Digital Electronics Laboratory Data Structure using C Laboratory Numerical Programming laboratory
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Semester – IV HU401 MA402 IT403 IT404 IT405 IT406 IT414 IT415 IT416
Organizational Structure Statistics and Random Processes Formal Language and Automata Theory Computer Graphics and Multimedia System Programming Computer Organization and Architecture Computer Graphics and Multimedia Laboratory System Programming Laboratory Computer Organization Architecture Laboratory
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Semester –V HU501 EC502 HU503 IT504 IT505 IT506 EC512 IT514 IT515
Managerial Economics Microprocessor Management Information System Object Oriented Programming and Methodology Operating System Data Communication Microprocessor Laboratory OOP Laboratory (C++ & Java) Operating System Laboratory
Page No. 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
Semester –VI HU601 IT602 IT603 IT604 IT605 HU606 IT612 IT613 IT616
Accounting and Finance For Decision Making Computer Networks Compiler Design Algorithm Analysis & Design Information Theory & Coding Relational Data Base System Computer Networks Laboratory Compiler Design Laboratory. Database Laboratory
48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
Semester –VII HU701 IT702 IT703 IT72X IT73X IT712 IT713 IT717 IT718
Professional Ethics and IPR Web Technology Software Engineering ElectiveI ElectiveII(Open) Web Technology Laboratory Software Engineering Laboratory Visual Programming. Laboratory Minor Project
57 58 59 60 61 63 64 65 66
Semester –VIII HU801 EC802 IT803 IT82X IT83X IT818
Marketing Strategies and Planning Mobile Communication Internet Protocol Elective III Elective IV(Open) Major Project
67 68 69 70 71 73
Detail Syllabus
Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme
SemesterI HU – 101 Professional Communication Skills Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: HU  101 : Professional Communication Skills : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 40, End Semester Exams: 60 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Grammar: Correction of sentences, Verbs and Tenses, Vocabulary/Word Formation, Single word for a group of words, Use of Prepositions: Conjunction: Transformation of sentences: Structure of Sentences: Active/Passive Voice; Direct/Indirect Narration. Listening Skill: Effective Listening, Types of listening, and Traits of a Good Listener. UNIT II Essay: Expository, Descriptive, Narrative, Argumentative; Characteristics of a good Essay: Thesis Statement: Structure of opening/concluding paragraphs, Paragraph writing in brief, Body of the essay. UNIT III Reading Comprehension: Global, Contextual, Inferential, Select passages from recommended text. UNIT IV Business Correspondence: Characteristics of Business Letters; Drafting: Biodata, Resume, Curriculum vitae. Report Writing: Structure, Types of Reports, Practice Writing UNIT V Communication / Public Speaking skills: Processes of Communication, Types of Communication Features of Effective Speech; Verbal: Public Speaking skills, Presentation Skills; Nonverbal: Body Language. Group discussion: principle, practice Text Books: 1. English for Engineers and Technologist Vol.1 and 2 – Orient Longman, 2002. “English for Engineers & Technologists Vol. 1 & 2” Orient Longman, 2002 Reference Books: 1. M. Ashraf Rizvi, Effective Technical Communication, Delhi, TMH, 2005. 2. R.C. Sharma and K. Mohan, Business Correspondence and Report Writing, TMH, 1994.
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme
MA – 102 Engineering Mathematics – I Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: MA 102 : Engineering Mathematics  I : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT I Functions, continuity and differentiability, graphs of f(x) = x + x1 + x2; x  y = n; y = n2 – x 2, Cartesian equation and graphs of central conics and conicoids tangent frame graphing, Continuity and Uniform continuity in [a, b], monotone and inverse functions, functions of bounded variation. Derivatives of one and higher orders and indeterminate forms. UNITII Application of derivatives: Mean value theorems and Taylor’s theorem with Lagrange’s form and Cauchy’s form of remainders. Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series of functions loge (1+x), ex, sin x, cos x; curvature, radius of curvature and centre of curvature of plane curves. UNITIII Riemann integration: fundamental theorem of integral calculus. Reduction formulae. Differentiation and integration of integral functions. UNITIV Convergence of sequences, series and improper integral: Convergence of real sequences; monotone sequences, Cauchy’s criterion, convergence of infinite series of real and complex numbers. Cauchy’s criterion. Convergence of improper integrals; Tests for absolute and conditional convergence of infinite series and improper integrals. Beta and Gamma functions and their properties. UNITV Ordinary Differential Equations: Order and degree, exactness and integrating factors. Solutions of first order and first degree O.D.E. of types variable separable, homogeneous , linear, Bernoulli; and Second order L.D.E. a0 y`` +a1y` +a2y = 0 where a1’s are constants. Nonlinear equations and Clairaut’s equations. Euler’s homogeneous equations and change of variables. Text Books: 1. Phillips and Andrew, “Mathematical Techniques for Engineering & Scientists”, PHI. 2. E. Mendelson, “Calculus”, Tata Mcgraw Hill. 3. B.S. Grewal, “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, Khanna Publication. Reference Books: 1. E. Kreyszig, J. Willey & Co, “Advance Engineering Mathematics”. 2. Sastry, “Engineering Mathematics”, PHI. 3. H.K. Dass, “Advance Engineering Mathematics” S. Chand & Co.
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme
PH – 103 Engineering Physics – I Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: PH  103 : Engineering PhysicsI : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT1 Classical mechanicsI: Laws of motion, components of velocity and acceleration (radial & transverse and tangential & normal) in different coordinate systems. Conservation laws of energy and momentum (linear and angular), elastic and inelastic collisions. Rigid body motion, moment of inertia, theorems of parallel and perpendicular axes (proof) for both laminar and three dimensional bodies. Compound pendulum and its theory. Bar pendulum/Kater’s pendulum. Composition of two simple harmonic motions along the same line and at right angles. Problems. UNITII General properties of matter: Interrelation of elastic constants. Torsion of a cylinder. Bending of beams – cantilever and beams supporting at both ends, Problems. Classical mechanics–II:  Degrees of freedom, constrains, generalized coordinates and generalized momenta. Principle of virtual works, D’ Alembert’s principle. Derivation of Lagrange’s equation and Hamilton’s canonical equations. Applications in typical problems. UNITIII Acoustics: Free and forced vibrations, resonance and sharpness of resonance. The human ear and its response, limits of human audibility, intensity and loudness. General equation of vibration plucked string, struck string and bowed string. Vibrations of a tuning fork. Reverberation, Sabine’s law, theory of reverberation. Ultrasonics, production and applications. Problems. Geometrical Optics: Combination of thin lenses. Cardinal points of coaxial thin lenses. Thick lens, locations and properties of cardinal points. Aberrations, spherical and chromatic, achromatic combination. Problems. UNITIV Physical Optics: Huygen’s principle and Fermat’s principle. Interference and its conditions. Fresnel’s biprism  theory, wavelength determination. Newton’s rings – theory, wavelength determination. Concept of Diffraction. Fresnel diffraction, Fresnel half period zones, zone plate. Fraunhofer diffraction, single slit, double slit, plane diffraction grating. Polarization, different methods of polarization, Brewster’s law. Geometry of a calcite crystal, optic axis, Nicol prism, circularly and elliptically polarized light, half and quarter wave plates. Polarimeter, specific rotation of a solution. Problems. UNITV Quantum mechanics: de Broglie’s hypothesis. Davison and Germer experiment, photon interference. Uncertainty principle. Wave packets, phase and group velocities. Schroedinger’s equations, eigen functions and eigen values. Probabilistic interpretation of wavefunction, expectation values. Applications in one dimension, particle in a box, finite potential well, potential steps and barriers. Summary of hydrogen atom and linear harmonic oscillator. Particle in a three dimensional box. Problems. Text Books: 1. Subramaniam and Brijlal, “A Textbook of Optics”, S Chand & Co. 2. D J Griffith, “Introduction to Quantum mechanics”, Pearson education 3. D S mathur, “Elements of properties of matter”, S Chand & Co. 4. H J Pain, “The Physics of vibrations and waves”, John Wiley & Sons. 5. R G Takwale & P S Puranik, “Introduction to Classical Mechanics”, TMH Reference Books: 1. E M Purcell, “Berkeley Physics Course, Vol.1”, McGraw Hill. 2. A K Ghatak, “Physical Optics”, Tata McGraw 3. R N Chaudhuri, “Waves and Oscillations”, New Age 4. J L Powell & B Craseman, “Quantum Mechanics”, Narosa. 5. H Goldstein, C Poole, J Safko, “Classical Mechanics”, Pearson Pub., 3rd ed., 2002 6. R Sengupta & H Chatterjee, “A Treatise on general properties of matter”, New Central Book agency. North Eastern Hill University Shillong.
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme
CH – 104 Engineering Chemistry Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: CH 104 : Engineering Chemistry : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Thermodynamics – First law, internal energy, enthalpy, heat capacity terms, JouleThomson coefficient, limitations of the first law, Carnot cycle and its efficiency, Carnot theorem, Second law, entropy, entropy changes of ideal gases, free energy (Gibbs and Helmholtz), criteria in terms of entropy and free energy for reversible and irreversible processes, Maxwell’s relationships, GibbsHelmholtz equation, ClapeyronClausius equation, concept of chemical potential, equilibrium constant from thermodynamic considerations, Van’t Hoff reaction isotherm, Third law and its implications. UNIT–II Chemical Kinetics – Rate and rate constant of chemical reaction, molecularity and order of a reaction, rate expressions of first and second order reactions, pseudounimolecular reactions, complex reactions  opposite, parallel, consecutive and chain reactions, rate determining step, effect of temperature on reaction rates and energy of activation, effect of catalyst. Spectroscopy: Fundamentals of microwave, IR, UVVIS and NMR spectroscopy. UNIT – III Electrochemistry 1 – Specific, molar and equivalent conductivity, variation of specific and equivalent conductivity with concentration of strong and weak electrolytes. Electrochemistry 2 – Concept of oxidation – reduction processes, electrolytic and electrochemical cells, reversible and irreversible electrochemical cells, conventional representation of electrochemical cells, electromotive force of a cell and electrode potentials, Nernst equation, standard electrode potential, sign convention, electrochemical series, applications of e.m.f. measurement – determination of activity coefficient, pH, solubility product, commercially important cells, corrosion. UNIT – IV Structure and Bonding  Basic idea of valence bond theory and its limitations, concept of hybridization of orbitals involving s, p and d orbitals, valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory, electronic structures and shapes of some organic and inorganic molecules and ions, molecular orbital theory and its application to diatomic molecules, hydrogen bonding with examples. Bioinorganic Chemistry: Role of metal ions in biological systems (examples of chlorophyll, haemoglobin, and vitamin B12). Coordination Chemistry: Ligands, coordination number, oxidation number, nomenclature of coordination compounds, isomerism in coordination compounds, bonding and stability of coordination compounds, organometallic compounds. UNIT – V Stereochemistry of Organic molecules: Concept of isomerism, types of isomerism, configurational and conformational isomerism, geometrical isomerism, configuration of geometrical isomers, E – Z and R – S systems of nomenclature. Bioorganic Chemistry: Chemical structure and functions of carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides, proteins, and nucleic acids. Polymers – Classification of polymers, molecular weights of polymers, some commercially important polymers. Text Books: 1. Prakash, Tuli, Basu & Madan, “Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – Vol. I & II”, (Diamond Ed), S. Chand, reprinted, 2006. 2. Morrison & Boyd, “Organic Chemistry”, 6th Ed., Prentice Hall of India, reprinted, 2006. 3. Kapoor, “A Text Book of Physical Chemistry”, Vol. 1 – 3, 3e (reprinted, 2006), Vol. 4, 2e (reprinted, 2006), Vol. 5, 1e (reprinted, 2006), Macmillan India Ltd. 4. Levine, “Physical Chemistry”, 5e (7th reprint), Tata McGraw Hill, 2006. 5. Dogra, “Physical Chemistry through problems”, DVS Publishers, 2004.
Reference Books: 1. Shriver, Atkins & Langford, “Inorganic Chemistry”, 2nd Ed., ELBS, 1994. 2. S.H.Pine, “Organic Chemistry”, 5th Ed (special Indian ed.), TMH, 2007. 3. Malik, Tuli & Madan, “Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistry”, 7e 2004, S. Chand & Co. Ltd. North Eastern Hill University Shillong.
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Banwell & McCash, “Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy”, 4th Ed., Tata McGraw Hill, 1962. Cotton, Wilkinson & Gaus, “Basic Inorganic Chemistry”, 3rd Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1996. Mukherji & Singh, “Reaction Mechanism in Organic Chemistry”, 3rd Ed., Macmillan India, Ltd., 2006. I.L.Finar, “A Textbook of Organic Chemistry”, Vol. I & II, 6e, 2006, ELBS. P.W.Atkins, “Physical Chemistry”, 5 ed., Oxford University Press, 2000. Rao, “Problems in Physical Chemistry”, Macmillan India Ltd., 2006.
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme
BI – 105 Fundamentals of Biotechnology Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: BI 105 : Fundamentals of Biotechnology : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT I Structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; Bacterial chromosomes and plasmids; Isolation and growth of cells. Cellular organelles: plasma membrane, cell wall, mitochondria, nucleus and other organelles and their organization, golgi bodies and endoplasmic reticulum; Cell cycle and cell division (Mitosis and Meiosis). UNITII Types of macromolecules in biological systems; Conformational properties of polynucleotide and polysaccharides: Secondary and tertiary structural features and their analysis (theoretical and experimental); Protein folding; Physical techniques in protein, nucleic acids and polysaccharide structural analysis: Gas chromatography, HPLC, crystallography, electron microscopy, electrophoresis and centrifugation. UNITIII Structure of DNA and its physicochemical properties; Sequence component of eukaryotic genome; Prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA replication; Mechanism of transcription and posttranscriptional modifications of RNAs; Features of genetic code; Prokaryotic and eukaryotic translation. Regulation of gene expression: Prokaryotic gene expression with reference to inducible and repressible operons; Concept of eukaryotic gene regulation. UNITIV Introduction of microbiology and microbes; Isolation, preservation and maintenance of industrial microorganisms. Bioreactors: Media for industrial fermentation; types of fermentation processes; Use of microbes in mineral beneficiation and oil recovery; Industrial production of chemicals (Ethanol, acetic acid and antibiotics). UNITV Milestones in Genetic Engineering; Molecular tools and their applications; Insertion of DNA molecule into a vector plasmid; The use of reverse transcriptase, cDNA; Detection of recombinant molecules, library construction and screening; Transgenic organisms; Importance of genome project, human genome project, YAC, BAC libraries; Targated gene replacement; Gene therapy. Concept of safety in use of genetic manipulations; Ethics and social concerns associated with gene manipulation and its implications.
Text books: 1. Albert B. et al, “Molecular Biology of Cell”. Garland Publishers (2001) 2. Lodish et al, “ Molecular Cell Biology”, Scientific American Books (2000) 3. Murray RK et al, “Harper’s Biochemistry”. Prentice Hall International (1999) 4. Lewin B, “Gene VIII”. Oxford University Press (2003) 5. D M Glover and B D Hames, “DNA Cloning: A Practical Approach”, IRL Press, Oxford (1995) 6. “Bioprocess Technology: Fundamentals and Applications”. KTH, Stockholm (2000)
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme
EE – 106 Basic Electrical Engineering Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: EE  106 : Basic Electrical Engineering : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). : Any 5 (five)
UNITI Engineering Circuit Analysis: Circuit elements, Ohm’s law, Kirchoff’s law, Nodal Analysis, Mesh Analysis, Source transformations. Linearity and Superposition, Thevenin and Norton Theorems, Maximum power transfer theorem, StarDelta and DeltaStar Conversion. UNIT – II Simple RL and RC Circuits, Unit Step Forcing Function, source free RLC Circuits, Sinusoidal Forcing Function, Complex Forcing Function, Phasor Concept, Impedance and Admittance, Phasor diagrams, Response as a Function of ω, Instantaneous Power, Average Power, RMS values of Current and Voltage, Apparent Power and Power Factor, Complex Power, Introduction to Three Phase Circuits. UNIT – III DC Machines: Principle of DC Generator, Methods of excitation, Characteristics and Applications, Principle of DC Motor, Types, Speed – Torque Characteristic, Speed Control, Motor starting, Applications UNIT –IV Transformers and AC Machines: Working principle of Transformers, Ideal Transformer, Equivalent Circuit, Transformer tests, Voltage regulation, Efficiency. UNIT – V Three Phase Induction Motor: Construction, Production of rotating field, Slip, Torque and Slip, Equivalent Circuit. Single Phase Induction Motor: Double field revolving theory, Equivalent circuit, Typical Applications, Stepper Motors.
Text Books: 1. W.H. Hayt, J.E. Kemmerly and S.M. Durbin, “Engineering Circuit Analysis”, 6/e, TMH, 2006. 2. V. Del Toro, “Electrical Engineering Fundamentals”, PHI, 1994. 3. D.P. Kothari, I. J. Nagrath, “Theory and Problems of Basic Electrical Engineering”, PHI, 2004. 4. B.L. Thereja and A.K. Thereja, “Electrical Technology”, VolII, S. Chand, Reprint 2006.
Reference Books: 1. Van Valkenburg, “Network Analysis”, 3/e, PHI, 2005. 2. J.A. Edminister, “Electric circuits”, 2/e, Eleventh reprint, TMH, 1997. 3. D. Roy Choudhury, “Networks and Systems”, New Age Publishers, 1998.
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Practicals CH – 114 Engineering Chemistry Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: CH  114 : Engineering Chemistry Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments spread over inorganic, organic and the physical chemistry sections need to be conducted) 1.
Volumetric estimation of Mg2+ and Ca2+ ions by EDTA titration (Hardness of water).
2.
Synthesis of a volumetric estimation of Fe2+ ions by permanganatometry.
3.
Inorganic complex like, potassium chlorochromate, tris(thiourea) copper (I) sulphate, sodium cobaltinitrate, Fe(acac)3, etc.
4.
Determination of the concentration of the given liquid mixture by viscosity measurement.
5.
Determination of partitioncoefficient of iodine between carbon tetrachloride and water.
6.
Determination of integral heats of dilution of the sulphuric acid solutions, and to determine the strength of the given unknown acid solution.
7.
Standardisation of a strong base by conductometric titration with a strong acid.
8.
Determination of dissociation constant of a weak acid by PH measurements in the buffer solutions of the acid.
9.
Determination of rate constant of the acidcatalysed hydrolysis of methyl acetate.
10.
Verification of BeerLambert’s law with potassium dichromate and the estimation of potassium present in the given solution.
11.
Systematic qualitative analysis of organic compounds containing one functional group : (a) Detection of elements N, S, Cl, Br, I (b) Detection of any of the following functional groups: COOH, NO2, OH (alcoholic or phenolic), >CO carbonyl, NH2 group. Synthesis and characterization (by m.p. method) of paranitro acetanilide
12.
Text Books: 1. Pandey, Bajpai & Giri, “Practical Chemistry”, 8 e, S.Chand & Co. Ltd., reprintred, 2006. 2. Gurtu & Kapoor, “Advanced Experimental Chemistry – Vol. I – III”, S.Chand & Co. Ltd., 4e (reprinted), 1989. Reference Books: 1. “Vogel’s Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis”, 5th Ed., ELBS, 1991. 2. “Vogel’s Textbook of Practical Organic Chemistry”, 5th Ed., ELBS, 1996. 3. Athawale & Mathur, “Experimental Physical Chemistry”, 1 ed., New Age International Publishers, 2001 (reprint 2004).
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EE – 116 Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: EE  116 : Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments need to be conducted)
List of Experiments: 1.
Verification of Network Theorems: Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, and Maximum Power Transfer theorem.
2.
Verification of the phasor sum of currents at any junction in an A.C. circuit is zero.
3.
Measurement of Power and power factor of the load by three ammeters method.
4.
Measurement of Power and power factor of the load by three voltmeters method.
5.
Perform Open circuit and Short Circuit Tests on a single phase transformer.
6.
Determination of Open Circuit Characteristic of D.C. Generator
7.
To measure and control the Speed of D.C. motors using Techometer.
8.
Calibration of ammeter and voltmeter.
9.
Design and Physical model of domestic wiring.
Text Books: 1. W.H. Hayt, J.E. Kemmerly and S.M. Durbin, Engineering Circuit Analysis, 6/e, TMH, 2006. 2. B.L. Thereja and A.K. Thereja, Electrical Technology, VolII, S. Chand, Reprint 2006.
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CE – 117 Engineering Graphics Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: CE  117 : Engineering Graphics : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : All Questions : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments need to be conducted) List of Drawing Plates/Sheets: 1.
Introduction of Drawing and Geometrical Constructions (Sheet layout and Sketching, Lines, Lettering and Dimensioning, Bisecting a lines, Perpendicular lines, divide a lines, Construction of Polygons).
3.
Conics and Engineering Curves (Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola).
4.
Conics and Engineering Curves (Cycloid, Epicycloid, Hypocycloid, Trochoid, Involute).
5.
Projection of Lines.
6.
Projection of Planes.
7.
Projection of Solid (Cube, Prism, Pyramids).
8.
Projection of Solid (Cylinder, Cone and Sphere).
9.
Projection on Auxiliary Planes.
10. Section of solids. 11. Isometric projection of solids (Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinders, Cone and Sphere). 12. Development of Surfaces (Truncated Cylinder, Square Prism, Pyramid, Truncated Cone). 13. Introduction to CAD Tools (Scale, Units, Draw, Modifying, Dimension, Sheet Layout, Plotting).
Text Books: 1. T. E. French, C.J. Vierck and R. J. Foster, “Engineering Drawing and Graphics Technology”, TMH, 1987. 2. N. D. Bhatt and V.M. Panchal, “Elementary Engineering Drawing”, Charotar Publishing House, 1996. Reference Books: 1. K.Venugopal, “Engineering Drawing and Graphics”, New Age, 2005.
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SemesterII ES 201 Elements of Environmental Science Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
2  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit=3
: ES  201 : Elements of Environmental Science : Lecture – 2, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 40, End Semester Exams: 60 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Concept of environment: components of environment and their interactions; abiotic and biotic factors; Types of ecosystems; ecosystem organization; energy flow and nutrient cycling; conservation of natural resources. UNITII Environmental problems and issues: green house effect, ozone depletion, acid rain, biodiversity loss; conventional and renewable energy; environmental impact assessment; environment protection act. UNITIII Scope of environmental chemistry, classification and distribution of elements in the earth: Chemistry of acid rain; acid mine drainage; photochemical smog; chemical speciation of Copper, Arsenic, Lead and Mercury. UNITIV Environmental pollution, sources and types of air, water, soil, radioactive and noise pollution; Industrial pollutants and their impact on environment and human health; safety and prevention of industrial pollution. UNITV Toxicants and toxicity; toxic chemicals: heavy metals and pesticides, biotransformation, biomagnification and bioremediation; Aerobic and anaerobic treatment of waste water; waste management and cleaner production. Text book: 1. W.P. Cunningham, and W.B. Saigo, “Environmental Science”, McGraw Hill, New York, 1999. 2. E.P. Odum, and G. W. Barrett, “Fundamentals of Ecology”, Thomson Asia Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2005. 3. E. Bacci, “Contaminants in the Environment”, CRC Press, 1994. 4. T. Ingold, “The Perceptions of Environment”, Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), UK, 2000. Reference Books: 1. N. J. Sell, “Industrial Pollution Control: Issues and Techniques”, Wiley Publ., 1992. 2. Gilbert M. Masters “Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science”, (2nd ed.) PHI, 1997 3. Venugopal Rao, “Textbook of Environmental Engineering”, PHI, 2003. 4. S S Dara, A Text Book of Environmental Chemistry and Pollution Control 7th Revised Ed. S Chand and Co. Ltd., 2006 5. C. Park, “The Environment: Principles and Applications”, Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), UK, 2001.
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MA – 202 Engineering Mathematics – II Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: MA  202 : Engineering Mathematics  II : Lecture– 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Functions of several variables: Partial derivatives. Chain rule, Standard Jacobians for change of variables. Gradient and directional derivatives. Tangent planes and normal. Exact differentials. Euler’s theorem on homogeneous functions. Repeated and multiple integrals, maxima and minima for several variables, method of Lagranges multipliers. UNITII Vector Calculus: Repeated and Multiple integrals, Gradient, Divergence and Curl. Line, surface, and Volume integrals. Green’s theorem, Gauss’s divergence theorem and Stoke’s theorem in Cartesian, Spherical polar, and cylindrical polar coordinates. UNITIII Analytic functions: CauchyRiemann equations, Laplace equations. Elementary functions, Conformal mappings. UNIT IV Cauchy’s integral theorem, Cauchy’s integral formula, Taylor series and Laurent series. Residues and its applications to evaluating real integrals. UNIT V Laplace and Fourier Transforms. Laplace transforms. Inverse transform. Shifting on the s and t axes, convolutions, partial fractions. Fourier series and Fourier transforms. Solutions of ordinary as well as partial differential equations by Laplace and Fourier transforms. Text Books: 1. Folland, “Introduction of Partial Differentiation Equation”, PHI. 2. Spiegel, “Fourier Analysis with application & Laplace Transforms”, Tata McGrawHill. 3. E. Kreyszig, “Advance Engineering Mathematics”, 8th Ed, J. Willey & Co, 1999. Reference Books: 1. S. Narayan, “Vector Calculus”, S. Chand & Co, 1974 2. D. Chatterjee, “Real Analysis”, PHI. 3. T. M. Apostol, “Calculus”, 2nd Ed, J. Willey, 1969.
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PH –203 Engineering Physics – II Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
2  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 3
: PH 203 : Engineering Physics  II : Lecture– 2, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 40, End Semester Exams: 60 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Electromagnetism: Review of vector calculus. Gradient of a scalar, divergence and curl of a vector. Gauss’ divergence theorem and Stoke’s theorem (statements and explanations only). Coulomb’s law of electrostatics in vector form. Electrostatic field E and potential Φ, their relation E=  grad Φ. Calculation of E for various distributions of charges at rest; dipole and quadrupole fields, multipole expansions. Gauss’s law and its applications for finding E for various symmetric charge distributions. Maxwell equations, plane wave solutions, orthogonality of E, B and propagation vector. Poynting vector, energy and momentum propagation. Problems. UNITII Statistical Mechanics: Phase space and phase trajectory, Stirling’s approximation, ensamble, distribution function, volume in phase space, quantum phase space, volume of a quantum state. Density of states. Quantum statistics: BE, FD and MB statistics, application of BE statistics to black body radiation. Problems. UNITIII Solid State Physics: Free electron gas in one and three dimensions, density of states. FD distribution function – its variation with energy at different temperatures. Fermi temperature and Fermi velocity. Band theory of solids (a qualitative treatment), distinction of metals, semimetals and insulators. Preliminary ideas of superconductivity. Problems. UNITIV Atomic Physics: Rutherford’s theory of alpha particles scattering, differential crosssection, distance of closest approach, approximate nuclear radius. Vector atom model; one electron atomic spectra. Problems. Molecular Physics:  Types of molecular spectra, rotational, vibrational and electronic. Frank Condon principle. Raman effect – its brief quantum mechanical explanation. Problems Laser Physics: Spontaneous emission, stimulated emission and absorption. Brief theory of laser action. HeliumNeon laser, Problems. UNITV Nuclear Physics: Mass defect and nuclear binding energy, semiempirical mass formula for nuclear mass. Basic ideas of liquid drop model and shell model of nuclear structure. Qvalue of a nuclear reaction. Nuclear fission, chain reaction (controlled and uncontrolled), nuclear fusion, stellar energy. Comparison of nuclear fission and nuclear fusion. Problems . Text Books: 1. K K Tiwari, Electricity and magnetism, S Chand & Co. 2. T A Littlefield & N Thorley, Atomic and Nuclear Physics, E. L. B .S. Publications, 1980. 3. D P Khandelwal, Optics and Atomic Physics. Himalaya 4. S O Pillai, Solid State Physics, 6th ed., New Age. 5. B B Laud, Fundamentals of Statistical Mechanics, New Age. Reference Books: 1. D J Griffiths, “Introduction to Electrodynamics”, Prentice hall. 2. J R Christman, “Fundamentals of Solid State Physics”, John Wiley & Sons. 3. S N Ghosal, “Atomic and Nuclear Physics”, Vol.II, S Chand & Co. 4. G M Barrow, “Molecular Spectroscopy”, McGraw Hill. 5. A Beiser, “Perspective of Modern Physics”, McGrawHill. 6. R A Levy, “Principle of Solid State Physics”, Academic Press.
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ME – 204 Engineering Mechanics Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: ME  204 : Engineering Mechanics : Lecture– 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Force Systems: Moment of a force about a point and about an axis; couple moment; reduction of a force system to a force and a couple. Equilibrium: Free body diagram; equations of equilibrium; problems in two and three dimensions; plane frames and trusses. UNIT–II Friction: Laws of Coulomb friction., problems involving large and small contact surfaces; square threaded screws; belt friction; rolling resistance. UNIT–III Properties of Areas: Moments of inertia and product of inertia of areas, polar moment of inertia, principal axes and principal moments of inertia. UNIT–IV Kinematics and Kinetics of particles: Particle dynamics in rectangular coordinates cylindrical coordinates and in terms of path variables; central force motion. UNIT–V Rigid Body Dynamics: Relative velocity, Translation, Pure rotation and plane motion of rigid bodies, D’Alembert’s principle, linear momentum, principle of conservation of momentum, Impact of solid bodies, work, energy, power, principle of conservation of energy
Text Books: 1. R. K. Bansal, A textbook of Engineering Mechanics, Laxmi Publication, 1992. 2. I. H. Shames, Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics, 4/e, PHI, 1996. 3. F. P. Beer and F. R. Johnston, Mechanics for Engineering, TMH, 1987. Reference Books: 1. R.C. Hibbler, Engineering Mechanics: Static, McMillan, 1998. 2. R.C. Hibbler, Engineering Mechanics: Dynamic, PHI, 1997. 3. K.L. Kumar, Engineering Mechanics, S. Chand. 1997. 4. Timoshenko and Young, Engineering Mechanics, McGraw Hill, 1956.
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IT – 205 Computer Systems and Programming Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  205 : Computer Systems and Programming : Lecture– 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI: Digital computer fundamentals: Functional components of computer, Von Newman Architecture, Algorithm and flowcharts, Data representation, Programming languages, Function of system software. UNITII: Imperative programming (Using C): Overview of C, Constants, Variables and Data Types, Operators and Expressions, Input and Output Operations, Branching and looping operation. UNITIII: Functions: Defining a function, accessing a function, passing arguments to a function, specifying argument data types, function prototypes and recursion, storage classes. Arrays: Defining an array, processing an array, passing arrays to a function, multidimensional arrays, strings, string handling functions. UNITIV: Structures and Unions: Defining and processing of structure and union, Array of structure, array within structure, passing of structure as argument. Pointers: Fundamentals, pointer declarations, passing pointers to a function, pointer and one dimensional arrays, pointer as function arguments, Functions returning Pointer, Pointer to functions, pointers and structures. UNITV: File Management: Introduction, Defining and Opening a File, Closing a File, Input/Output Operations on Files, Error Handling during I/O Operations, Random Access to Files, Command Line Arguments. Text Books: 1. V. Rajraman, “Fundamental of Computer”, PHI 4th Edition, 2006. 2. E. Balaguruswami, “Programming in ANSI C”, 2nd Edition, Tata Mcgraw Hill, 2004 Reference Books: 1. Y. Kanetkar, “Let us C”, BPB Publication, 2004. 2. A. Kelley and I. Pohl, “A Book on C”, 4th Ed, Pearson Education, 1998. 3. B. W. Kernighan and D. Ritchie, “The C Programming Language”, 2nd Ed, PHI, 2005.
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EC – 206 Basic Electronics Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4 : EC  206 : Basic Electronics : Lecture– 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT I Passive Components: Resistors, Capacitors, and Inductors: types and characteristics and their applications. Semiconductors and PN Junction diodes: Semiconductor Materials, Compound Semiconductors, General idea of a PN junction diode, Reverse and forward biased characteristics, Incremental resistance of a forward biased PN junction, Transition, capacitance and diffusion capacitance. UNIT II PN Junction diode Applications: Half wave rectifier, full wave center tapped and bridge rectifier with and without capacitor filter, Clipping and clamping circuits. Special purpose diode characteristics and applications: Zener diode, Photo diode, Varactor diode, Light emitting diode, Schottky diode, Tunnel diode.
UNIT III Transistors: PNP and NPN transistors, Characteristics of current flow across base region of transistor, transistor model. Graphical analysis (DC and AC load line), CE, CB, CC Configurations; Biasing and stabilization: Q point, fixed bias, self bias, collector bias. Applications of Transistors: BJT as an amplifier, BJT as a Switch. UNIT – IV FET & UJT: construction, symbols, principle of operation, VI characteristics, equivalent circuit, parameter calculations, limitations and applications. UNIT – V Digital electronics: Number Systems and Codes, Logic Gates, Boolean Theorems, DeMorgan’s Theorems, Sumof Product Form, Algebraic Simplification, Karnaugh Map Method.
Text Books: 1. Boylestead and Nashelsky, “Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory”, 9/e, PHI, 2006. 2. Bernard Grob and Mitchel Schultz, “Basic Electronics”, 9/e, TMH, 2003. 3. Morris Mano, “Digital Design”, 3/e, PHI, 2006. Reference Books: 1. A.P.Malvino, “Electronic Principles”, 6/e, TMH, 1998. 2. R. P. Jain, “Modern Digital Electronics”, 3/e, TMH, 2003. 3. R.J. Tocci, “Digital Systems”, 6/e, PHI, 2001.
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Practicals: PH – 213 Engineering Physics Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: PH  213 : Engineering Physics Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments need to be conducted) List of Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
To determine the acceleration due to gravity by bar pendulum/Kater’s pendulum. To determine the Young’s modulus of a wire by micrometer method/of a bar by flexural method. To determine rigidity modulus of a wire by statical method/dynamical method. To determine the coefficient of viscosity of a liquid by Poiseulle’s method. To determine the focal length & power of a concave lens by combination with auxiliary convex lens by the displacement method. To determine wavelength of sodium light using Fresnel’s Biprism method. To find the wavelength of monochromatic light by using Newton’s ring method. To determine the wavelength of sodium light by Michelson’s interferometer. To determine the wavelength of prominent lines of mercury by plane diffraction grating. To determine the specific rotation of sugar solution by polarimeter. To determine the Brewster’s angle for a glass surface and hence to determine the refractive index of glass. To determine the magnetic moment of a bar magnet (M) and the earth’s horizontal intensity (H) by deflection and vibration magnetometers. To determine the resistance per unit length of a meter bridge wire by CareyFoster method. To study decay of current in RC circuit. To determine frequency of a tuning fork by Melde’s method. To determine the thermal conductivity of a bad conductor by Lee’s method. To obtain the hysteresis curves (B H) for a ferromagnetic material (thin rod or wire) on a CRO using solenoid and then to determine the related magnetic constants. To study the Hall Effect and determine the Hall coefficient. To determine the Planck’s constant by a photocell. To determine the e/m value of an electron by J.J. Thompson’s method.
Text Books: 1. Samir Kumar Ghosh, “A Text Book of Practical Physics”, New Central Book 2. Agency, Kolkata. 3. Gupta & Kumar, “Practical Physics”, Progati Prakashan, Meerut,U.P 4. K G Mazumder, “A Text Book of Practical Physics”, Modern Book Agency, 5. C.L. Arora Advance B.Sc. Practical physics, S. Chand 2004
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IT – 215 Computer Programming Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: IT  215 : Computer Programming Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
List of Programs: 1.
Assignments on Operators and Expressions: At least three C programs using operators and expressions.
2.
Assignments on Branching: At least five C programs using if, switchcase construct of C.
3.
Assignments on Looping: At least three C programs (each), incorporating for loop, while loop and dowhile loop.
4.
Assignments on Array: At least three C programs using array (1D and 2D)
5.
Assignments on String: string manipulation and use of standard library functions in C.
6.
Assignments on Function: At least three C programs using function, Demonstration callbyvalue and callbyaddress, passing array (1D and 2D) to a function, at least two C programs related to recursive function.
7.
Assignments on Pointer: At least three C programs using pointer, function and array.
8.
Assignments on Structure & Union: At least one C program using structure, demonstration of difference between structure and union.
9.
Assignments on File handling and Commands line arguments: C programs involving opening, closing, reading/writing a file. Copy content of one file to another file using commands line arguments.
Text Books: 1. B.S Gotfried, “Programming in C”, Schuam Outline Series, TMH, 2005.
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EC – 216 Basic Electronics Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: EC  216 : Basic Electronics Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments need to be conducted) List of Experiments: 1.
To Study the VI Characteristics of Germanium and Silicon Diodes
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To Study the VI Characteristics of Zener Diode.
3.
Design and Analysis of a Half wave Rectifier using Diode.
4.
Design and Analysis of a centertap Full wave Rectifier using Diodes
5.
Design and Analysis of a Bridge Rectifier Circuit.
6.
Design and Analysis of a Clipping Circuit with one voltage source.
7.
Design and Analysis of a Clamper Circuit.
8.
Design and analysis of FixedBias Circuit Using NPN transistor.(DC)
9.
Design and analysis of EmitterBias Circuit using NPN transistor.(DC)
10. Verification of truth tables of logic gates.
Text Books: 1. Boylestead and Nashelsky, “Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory”, 9/e, PHI, 2006. 2. R. P. Jain, “Modern Digital Electronics”, 3/e, TMH, 2003.
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ME – 217 Workshop Practice Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: ME  217 : Workshop Practice : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments need to be conducted) Carpentry: Timber, definition, Engineering applications, seasoning and preservation, plywood and plyboards Metal Joining Definitions of welding, brazing and soldering processes , and their applications. Oxyacetylene glass welding process, equipment and techniques, types of flames and their applications. Manual metal arc welding technique and equipment, AC and DC welding, electrodes, constituents and functions of electrode coating. Welding positions. Types of weld joint. Common welding defects such as cracks , undercutting , slag inclusion, porosity. Metal Cutting Introduction to machining and common machining operations. Cutting tool materials. Definition of machine tools , specification and block diagram of lathe, shaper, milling, drilling machine and grinder. Common lathe operations such as turning , parting , chamfering and facing. Quick return mechanism of shaper. Difference between drilling and boring. Filesmaterial and classification. List of Jobs to be made in the Workshop 1. TLap joint and Bridle joint 2. Welding Practice. a) Gas welding practice on mild steel flat b) Lap joint by Gas welding c) MMA welding practice by students d) Square butt joint by MMA Welding e) Lap joint by MMA Welding f) Demonstration of brazing 3. Tin smithy for making mechanical joints and soldering of joints 4. Job on lathe with one step turning and chamfering operations 5. Job on shaper and milling machine for finishing two sides of a job a) Drilling two holes of size 5 and 12 mm diameter on job used / to be used for shaping b) Grinding a corner of above job on bench grinder 6. Finishing of two sides of a square piece by filing. Text Books: 1. Hajra Choudhary , “Elements of Workshop Technology “, Vol.I & Vol.II, Media Promoters & Publishers, 2002 2. M.L. Begeman and B.H. Amstead , “Manufacturing Process”, John Wiley , 1968 3. W.A.J. Chapman and E.Arnold , “Workshop Technology “, Vol. I & III, Viva Low Priced Student Ed. , 1998 4. B.S. Raghuwanshi, “Workshop Technology “, Vol. I & II, Dhanpat Rai and Sons , 1998 5. Khanna , O.P. “Workshop Technology “,Dhanpat Rai Publications , 1998 6. S.Crawford, “Basic Engineering Processes”, Hodder & Stoughton, 1985 7. T. Jeyapoovan Workshop Practics, Vikas, 2001. 8. Fundamentals of Metal Cutting & Machine Tools – Juneja B.L., New Age International, 1995. 9. Kuppuswamy G – Principle of Metal Cutting, Universities Press/Orient Longman
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SemesterIII HU–301 Organizational Management Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: HU  301 : Organizational Management : Lecture– 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 40, End Semester Exams: 60 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Concept and Evolution of Management: Features and Significance of Management, Roles and Responsibilities, Management Process & Function, History of Management Thought, Theories & Approaches to Management (with emphasis on system approach). UNITII Planning and Decision Making: Characteristics, Significance and Limitations, Purpose and Process of Planning, Types of Managerial Plans, Planning Premises and Forecasting. Fundamentals & Process of Decision Making, Types of Decisions, Techniques of Decision Making, Limitations of Rational Decisional Making. UNITIII Organizing: Factors Influencing Organizing, Significance and Common Errors in Organizing, Departmentation, Levels of Organisation, Line & Staff Relationship, Delegation and Decentralization. UNITIII Directing & Leading: Aspects of Directing, Principles of Directing, Leadership – Characteristics, Functions and Styles, Types of Leaders and Traits of a good Leader. Basic understanding of various Theories of Motivation and Theories of Leadership. Communication: Meaning, Types, Process and Barriers UNITIV Coordinating &Controlling: Coordinating, Importance and Principles, External & Internal Co –ordination. Basic Control Process, Pre  requisites of Control, Techniques of Controlling, Recent Trends, Text Books: 1. H. Koontz & H Weithrich, “Essentials of Management”,Tata McGraw Hill, 2001 2. Stoner, Freeman & Gibert. Jr., “Management”, PHI, N Delhi, 2005 3. Certos, “Modern Management”, Prentice Hall, 2003.
References Books: 1. Robbins and Coulter, “Management”, PHI, N Delhi, 2005 (6th Edition). 2. P Druchker, “Management Challenges for 21st Century” Butterworth& Heinemann, 2002 3. Massie, “Essentials of Management” PHI, N Delhi, 2005 (4th Edition).
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MA – 302 Engineering Mathematics III Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: MA  302 : Engineering Mathematics III : Lecture– 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Introductory Linear Algebra: Vector spaces (over the field of real and complex numbers). Matrices and determinants, linear transformation. Rank of system of linear equations and their solutions. Inverse of matrix. Equivalent, Elementary, Echelon, normal matrices. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Similar matrices. Bilinear and quadratic forms Diagonalisation of Hermitian matrices, Matrices in Physical science Rotational, Pauli spin, Dirac matrices. UNITII Numerical Methods I: Bisection method, Newton Raphsons and secant methods for roots of nonlinear equations. Polynomial interpolation, divided differences, summation of series, errors in polynomial interpolation, interpolation by spline functions. Numerical integration, trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules, error formulae, Gaussian quadrature, numerical differentiation. UNITIII Numerical Methods II: Solution of linear systems, Gaussian elimination, LU factorization, I11conditioning and error bounds, Eigen value problems, fcomputation of eigen values and eigen vactors by power and inverse iterations. UNITIV Applied Linear Algebra: Classification of quadrics in space. Variation of Parameters for second order linear O.D.E. with variable coefficients. ordinary linear differential equations of nth order, solutions of homogeneous equations. Operator method. Methods of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters (simple problems only). Applications to physical sciences and engineering problems. Frobenius method. UNITV Statistics: Review of measures of central tendency and dispersion. Correlation and Regression problem: simple linear regression, curve fitting, least square estimation, regression analysis, correlation analysis. Probability theory: Classical and relativefrequency based definitions of probability, Axiomatic definition, addition rule and multiplication rule, conditional probability, Baye’s rule, Independence of events. Chebychev’s Inequality, Convergence in probability, Weak law of large numbers, Central limit Theorem. Text Books: 1. K.E. Atkinson, “Introduction of Numerical Analysis”, 2nd Ed, John Wiley, 1989. 2. Friedberg, Insel & Spence, “Linear Algebra”, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall of India, 1995. 3. Lipschutz, “Linear Algebra”,Tata Mcgraw Hill. 4. Gupta, S, C and Kapoor, V, K.”Fundamental of Mathematical Statistics”, Sultan Chand and sons, New Delhi, 2002. Reference Books: 1. Ramanna “Higher Engineering”, Tata Mcgraw Hill. 2. T.M. Apostol, “Calculus, Volume II”, 2nd Edition, Wiley, 1969. 3. Hoffman & Kunz, Linear Algebra, PHI.
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EC – 303 Digital Electronics Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: EC  303 : Digital Electronics : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT – I Introduction to digital system design: Number systems, binary arithmetic and codes, positional number system, binary, octal and hexadecimal number systems, representation of signed numbers, binary arithmeticaddition, subtraction, multiplications and division; fixed and floating point numbers, binary coded decimal codes, Gray codes; error detection and correction codes – parity check codes. UNIT – II Boolean algebra and switching functions: fundamentals of discrete mathematics – relation, poset, lattice and Boolean algebra, basic postulates and fundamental theorems of Boolean algebra, truth tables, basic logic operations and gate symbols, algebraic forms of switching functions – SOP and POS forms, minterms and maxterms, derivation of canonical forms, minterms and maxterms, simplification of switching functions – Kmap and QuineMcCluskey tabular minimization methods. UNIT – III Logic families: introduction to different logic families, operational characteristics of BJT in saturation and cutoff regions, operational characteristics of MOSFET as switch, TTL inverter – circuit description and operation, CMOS inverter–circuit description and operation,other TTL and CMOS gates, electrical behaviour of logic circuits – noise margins, fanin, fanout, transmission time, propagation delay, power dissipation. UNIT – IV Combinational logic modules: decoders, encoders, multiplexers, demultiplexers and their applications, three state devices and buses; code converter, binary adders: half adder and full adder, ripple carry adder, carrylookahead adder, subtractors,comparators, parity circuits, circuit timing timing diagrams and specifications, combinational circuit design examples. UNIT – V Sequential logic devices and circuits: latches, flipflops, SR, JK, D and T flipflops, registers, shiftregisters, counters ripple counters, synchronous counters, updown counters, BCD counters, ring counters, timing diagrams and specifications.
Text Books: 1. J. F. Wakerly, “Digital Design – Principles and Practices”, 4/e, PHI, 2006. 2. M. Mano, “Digital Logic and Computer Design”, PHI, 1996. 3. Tocci and Widmer, “Digital Systems: Principles and Applications”, 8/e, PHI, 2006. Reference Books: 1. Donald P. Leach, “Digital Principles and Applications”, 6/e, TMH, 2006. 2. V. Rajaraman and T. Radhakrishnan, “Digital Logic and Computer Organization”, PHI, 2006. 3. M. Mano, “Digital Design”, 3/e, PHI, 2006. 4. M.D. Ercegovac, T. Lang, and J.H. Moreno, “Introduction to Digital Systems”, John Wiley, 2000. 5. P. K. Lala, “Practical Digital Logic Design and Testing”, PrenticeHall, 1996. 6. D. D. Gajski, “Principles of Digital Design”, Prentice Hall, 1996.
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EC – 304 Signals and Systems Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: EC  304 : Signals and Systems : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT – I Introduction: signals and systems, examples of signals and systems, signal types: energy and power signals, continuous and discrete time signals, analog and digital signals, deterministic and random signals, signal properties: symmetry, periodicity, and absolute integrability. Systems and system properties: linearity, shiftinvariance, causality, stability, realizability, Continuous time and discrete time linear shiftinvariant (LSI) systems: the impulse response and step response; response to arbitrary inputs: convolution, interconnections; characterization of causality and stability of linear shiftinvariant systems. UNIT – II Signal representation: signal space and orthogonal bases of signals, Fourier series representation; Fourier Transform and properties, Parseval's Theorem, timebandwidth product, Phase and group delays; Hilbert transform, preenvelope.
UNIT – III Spectral Analysis: Energy, power, parseval’s theorem, Energy, Power Spectral density functions (PSDF), the auto correlation function, Cross correlation function, relationship between PSD function and the auto correlation function.
UNIT – IV Complex Frequency, Laplace Transforms, Inverse Laplace Transform, Region of convergence. Shifting theorems, initial value theorem, final value theorem, effects of differentiation and integration in time domain. System transfer function, poles and zeroes, impulse response convolution, transient and steady state analysis (RLC circuit), solution of linear differential equations.
UNIT – V Discrete signals, Z transform and Inverse – Z transforms, relation between s – plane and z – plane. Shifting theorem. Initial value theorem and final value theorem, Transfer function of delay unit, realization of zdomain transfer function, unit sample response convolution. Solution of difference equations.
Text Books: 1. A.V. Opponheim, A.S. Willsky and Nawab, “Signals and Systems”, 2/e, PHI, 2006. 2. Robert A. Grabel and Richard A. Roberts, “Signals and Linear System”, John Willey and Sons, 1987. References: 1. R.F. Ziemer, W.H. Tranter and D.R. Fannin, “Signals and Systems  Continuous and Discrete”, 4/e, PHI, 2005. 2. I. J. Nagrath, S.N. Saran, R. Ranjan and S. Kumar, “Signals and Systems”, TMH, 2001. 3. Roberts, “Signal and Systems: Analysis using Transformed Method and MATLAB”, TMH, 2003. 4. Ronald Bracewell, “The Fourier Transform and Its Applications”, 3/e, TMH, 2003.
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IT305 Discrete Mathematics Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  305 : Discrete Mathematics : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Relations: Types of relations; Matrix representation of relations,Representation of relations as graphs; Ordering; Partial Ordering; Functions; Composition of Functions, Binary and nary Operations,Characteristic Functions of a setHashing functions,Recursion: Primitive recursive functions, Recursive functions. Lattices as Partially Ordered SetsProperties of Lattices, Sublattices, Direct Product and Homomorphisms, Isomorphisms, Modular Lattices, Distributive lattices, Complimented lattices & their Properties UNITII Logic: propositional logic (formulae, truth tables, proof systems, soundness and completeness of proof systems), predicate logic (formulae, interpretations, proof systems, soundness and completeness of proof systems). UNITIII Combinatorics: permutations, combinations, partitions, Stirling numbers. Recurrences, summations, generating functions, asymptotic. UNITIV Graph Theory: paths, connectivity, sub graphs, isomorphic and homeomorphic graphs, trees, complete graphs, bipartite graphs, matching, colourability, planarity, digraphs. UNITV Algebraic Structures: semigroups, groups, subgroups, homomorphisms, rings, integral domains, fields. The application of residue arithmetic to Computers Group Codes. Text Books: 1. J. P. Tremblay and R. P. Manohar, “Discrete Mathematics with Applications to Computer Science”, Tata McGrawHill, 1997. 2. S. Lipschutz and M. L. Lipson, “Schaum’s Outline of Theory and Problems of Discrete Mathematics”, 2nd Ed, Tata McGraw Hill, 1999. Reference Books: 1. C. L. Liu, “Elements of Discrete Mathematics”, 2nd Ed, Tata McGrawHill, 2000. 2. R. L. Graham, D. E. Knuth, and O. Patashnik, “Concrete Mathematics”, 2nd Ed, AddisonWesley, 1994. 3. N. Deo, “Graph Theory with Applications to Engineering and Computer Science”, Prentice Hall of India, 1974.
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IT – 306 Data Structure and Algorithms Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  306 : Data Structure and Algorithms. : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Introduction to Data structure, Time and Space analysis of Algorithms, Order Notations, Linear Data Structures: List: array and link list representation, insertion, deletion and searching elements in a list, traversing a list, Sparse matrices, doubly link liststraversing, inserting, deleting, searching in a doubly link list, Stack: Array and Link list representation, operations on stacks, its application in prefix, postfix and infix expression, Queue: array and link list representation, insertion and deletion operations on queue, Dequeues, and Circular queue implementation and operations associated. UNITII Nonlinear Data Structure: Introduction to Tree, Representation of Tree, Binary Trees, Tree traversals, Introduction and representation of binary search tree. UNITIII Binary Search Tree: Searching, insertion and deletion operation in a Binary Search Tree. AVL tree: representation, searching, inserting and deleting in AVL tree, Btrees representation, searching, insertion and deletion in a B Tree UNITIV Graphs: Introduction to graph theory, array and link list representations, Breadthfirst and Depthfirst Search. Minimum Spanning tree algorithmsKruskal’s algorithms, shortest path algorithms Warshall’s algorithms. UNITV Sorting and Searching Algorithms: Bubble sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Quick sort, Merge Sort, Heap sort. Linear Search, Binary Search, Hashing: Hashing functions, searching using hash technique, Collision avoidance techniques linear probing, separate chaining. Text Books: 1. Aho Alfred V., Hopperoft John E., UIlman Jeffrey D., “Data Structures and Algorithms”,Addison Wesley. 2. S Lipschutz, “Data Structures”, 4th Ed, TMH2006. 3. Horowitz Ellis & Sartaj Sahni, “Fundamentals of Data Structures”, Galgotia Publ. Reference Books: 1. Y Langsum, M J Augenstein, A M Tenenbaum, “Data Structures using C and C++”, 2nd Ed, PHI. 2. M.Radhakrishnan, V.Srinivasan, “Data Structure Using C ” , ISTE/EXCEL BOOKS
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Practicals: EC – 313 Digital Electronics Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: EC 313. : Digital Electronics Laboratory. : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments need to be conducted) List of Experiments: 1.
Use of NAND and NOR gates as Universal gates.
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Study of FlipFlops.
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Conversion of Binary to Excess3 Code and Excess3 to Binary
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Conversion of Binary to Gray Code and Gray to Binary
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Design of a Half Adder and a Full Adder
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Design of a Half Subtractor and a Full Subtractor
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Design of 1 Bit Comparator
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Design of Parity Checker and Parity Generator
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Design of 4 X 1 Multiplexer
10. Design of 1 X 4 Demultiplexer 11. Design of BCD to 7 Segment Display 12. Design of 8bit Decoder circuits using IC.
Text Books: 1. J. F. Wakerly, “Digital Design – Principles and Practices”, 4/e, PHI, 2006. 2. M. Mano, “Digital Design”, 3/e, PHI, 2006. 3. R.P.Jain, “Modern Digital Electronics”, 3/e, THM, 2003.
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IT – 316 Data Structure using C Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: IT  316 : Data Structure using C Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
List of Programs: 1.
Array implementation of Stacks, Queue, and Circular queue and dequeue data structures.
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Link List implementation of Stacks, Queue, Circular queue and dequeue data structures.
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Implementation on conversion of infix expression to prefix and postfix using Stack,
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Implementation on evaluation of expression using Stack.
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Link list representation of binary tree and perform insertion, deletion operation on it.
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Implementation of tree traversals techniques (in order, preorder and post order traversals).
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Implementation of binary search tree and perform searching on it.
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Implementation of Breath first search in a graph.
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Implementation of Depth first search in a graph.
10. Implementation of Kruskal’s algorithms. 11. Implementation of Warshall’s algorithms. 12. Implementation of Insertion sort techniques. 13. Implementation of Bubble sort techniques. 14. Implementation of Selection sort techniques. 15. Implementation of Heap sort techniques. 16. Implementation of Binary search techniques. 17. Implementation of Hashing using chaining and linear probing technique. Text book: 1. S Lipschutz, “Data Structures”, 4th Ed, TMH2006.
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IT317 Numerical Programming Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
: IT –317 : Numerical Programming Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
List of Programs: 1.
Implementation of Newton forward & backward Interpolation methods.
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Implementation of Lagrange methods.
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Implementation (at least two) of Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal Rule, Simson’s 1/3 Rule, Weddle’s Rule.
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Implementation (at least two) of Gauss elimination, Gauss Jacobi, Matrix Inversion, Gauss Seidal for solving linear equation.
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Implementation (at least two) of Bisection methods, Secant method, Regularfalsi method, Newton Raphson methods.
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Implementation (at least one)of Equation: Taylor Series, Euler’s method, RungaKutta
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Implementation of Statistical Problems: Mean, Median, Mode, Standard deviation ( for simple & frequency type data)
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Implementation of Correlation & Regression techniques.
Text Books: 1. P. Ghosh, “Numerical methods with Computer Programming in C++”, PHI, 2006.
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Semester IV HU– 401 Organizational Structures Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: HU401 : Organizational Structures : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 40, End Semester Exams: 60 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Classical Approach to Organization: Functional Approach, A Division of Labor, Lines of authority, Span of control, Authority and responsibility. UNIT II Behavioral Approach to Organization: Formal and Informal organization, Human relation, Group behavior, Committee and group decision –making. UNITIII Decision Process Approach: Organization as a system, Development of corporate strategy, Dynamics of decision, Role of system. UNITIV Organization Growth: Vertical and Horizontal Integration, Diversification, Merges and Takeovers. UNITV Personnel Function of Organization: Evolution, objectives, principles, philosophies and policies, Position of the personnel Department in the organization, Duties and responsibility of personnel manager, The changing concept of personnel management in India. Text Books: 1. Koontz et.al., “Essential of management”, TMH, 2006 2. Jones, “Organisational theory, Pearson”, 2000/ latest edition. 3. Wren David, “Strategic Management”, PHI, 2007. Reference Books: 1. P. Drucker, “The Practice of Management”, Allied Publisher, 1970. 2. Dessler, Gary, “Human Resource Management”, PHI, 2005
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MA–402 Statistics and Random Processes Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: MA  402 : Statistics and Random Processes : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT  I Random variable, probability mass function and probability density function, Distribution function, Joint distributions, Marginal and Conditional distributions,function of random variables, Independence of random variables. Expectation, mean, variance, properties, moments of random variables, Moment generating function and characteristics function and their properties. UNIT  II Distribution theory: Bernoulli, Binomial, Poisson (with properties), Uniform,Gaussian distribution(with properties), Levy’s theorem. Sampling: types of sampling, Parameter and Statistic, sampling distribution; Sampling distributions of a statistic, sampling distributions of sample mean and sample variance in sampling from a Unvariate normal distribution. Definitions of (Central) chi square, t and F Statistics (their probability density functions and basic properties). UNIT  III Statistical inference: Theory of estimation: Point estimation and interval estimation, Elements of estimation theory, linear minimum mean square error and orthogonality principle in estimation, Methods of estimation,Test of Hypothesis: statistical hypothesis, types of error, Level of significance, Test for means, variance, test for proportions over normal populations,Chisquare goodness of fit, contingency tables. UNIT  IV Random process and examples, white noise process and white noise sequence,Gaussion process, Poisson process and Markov process.Discrete and continuous time process, probabilistic structure of a random process, mean, autocorrelation and auto covariance functions. Stationarity  strictsense stationary (SSS) and widesense stationary (WSS) processes: auto correlation function of a WSS process and its properties, cross correlation function, ergodicity. UNIT  V Spectral representation of a real WSS process, power spectral density and properties, crosspower spectral density and properties, auto correlation function and power spectral density of a WSS random sequence, Linear time: invariant system with a WSS process as an input: stationarity of the output, autocorrelation and powerspectral density of the output, linear swiftinvariant discretetime system with a WSS sequence as input. Text Books: 1. A. Papoulis, and S. U. Pillai, “Probability, Random variables and stochastic process”, McGraw Hill 4/e, McGraw Hill, 2002. 2. P.Z. Pebbles, “Probability, Random variables and Random Signal Principles”, 4/e, McGraw Hill, 2001. Reference Books: 1. Gupta, S, C and Kapoor, V, K.”Fundamental of Mathematical Statistics”, Sultan Chand and sons, New Delhi, 2002. 2. H. Stark, and J. W. Woods, “Probability and Random process with applications to Signal Processing”, 3/e, Pearson education, 2003.
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IT– 403 Formal Language and Automata Theory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  403 : Formal Language and Automata Theory : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8(One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Basic concepts: alphabets, languages, and grammars. Deterministic and nondeterministic finite automata (DFAs and NFAs): equivalence of DFAs and NFAs, minimization of DFAs. Regular Languages: regular expressions. UNITII MyhillNerode theorem, regular grammars, closure properties of regular languages, Pumping lemma, decidable properties of regular languages. UNITIII Context free languages: context free grammars (CFGs): derivations, derivation trees, ambiguous grammars, inherently ambiguous languages, normal forms of CFGs: Chomsky Normal Form and Greibach Normal Form. UNITIV Pushdown automata (PDAs): deterministic and nondeterministic PDAs (DPDAs and NPDAs), deterministic CFLs, LL (k) and LALR grammars, closure properties of CFLs, Pumping lemma and Ogden’s Lemma, decidable properties of CFLs, Context sensitive languages: context sensitive grammars, linear bounded automata. UNITV Turing machines: Definition, Designing of Turing machine, computable function, Church’s hypothesis, Recursively enumerable languages: unrestricted grammars. Text Books: 1. J. E. Hopcroft, and J. D. Ullman, “Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages and Computation”, Narosa Publications 2. J. C. Martin, “Introduction to Languages and the Theory of Computation”, 3rd Ed, Tata McGrawHill, 2002 Reference Books: 1. D. I. A. Cohen, “Introduction to Computer Theory”, John Wiley & Sons, 1997. 2. H. R. Lewis and C. H. Papadimitriou, “Elements of the Theory of Computation”, Prentice Hall, 2002 (2nd Edition). 3. K.L.P. Mishra & N. Chandrasekharan ,“Automata Languages and Computation”, PHI (3rd Edition) 2006. 4. Peter Linz, “An introduction to Formal Language & Automata”, PHI, 2005.
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IT – 404 Computer Graphics and Multimedia Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  404 : Computer Graphics and Multimedia : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Introduction: organization of an interactive graphics system, Scan conversionDDA and Brasenham’s line drawing algorithms, Brasenham’s circle generation algorithm, Algorithm for ellipse generation, aliasing and antialiasing. UNITII Filling: Polygon filling algorithms, clippingline clipping, polygon cliping, 2D transformations: Scaling, rotation, translation, homogeneous coordinates, rotation about arbitrary points. UNITIII 3D Graphics: 3D primitives, projections (parallel and prospective), isometric viewing transmissions, hidden surface and line removal techniques: Painters algorithms, Zbuffers algorithms, Warnock’s algorithms, 3D clipping. UNITIV Introduction to multimedia: Multimedia today, Impact of Multimedia, Multimedia Systems, Components and Its Applications. Text: Types of Text, Ways to Present Text, Aspects of Text Design, Character, Character Set, Codes, Unicode, Encryption, Audio: Basic Sound Concepts, Types of Sound, Digitizing Sound, Computer Representation of Sound (Sampling Rate, Sampling Size, Quantization), Audio Formats, Audio tools, MIDI UNITV Image: Formats, Image Color Scheme, Image Enhancement,Video: Analogue and Digital Video, Recording Formats and Standards (JPEG, MPEG, H.261) Transmission of Video Signals, Video Capture, and Computer based Animation, Synchronization: Temporal relationships, synchronization accuracy specification factors, quality of service Text Books: 1. D. Hearn and M. P. Baker, “Computer Graphics”, 3rd Ed, Prentice Hall, 2004. 2. Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahrstedt , “Multimedia: Computing, Communications & Applications” , Pearson Ed Reference Books: 1. J. D. Foley, A. van Dam, S. Feiner, and J. F. Hughes, “Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice”, 2nd Ed, AddisonWesley, 1996. 2.V. Neuman and Sproul, “Interactive Computer Graphics”, TMH 2004 3. Prabhat K. Andleigh & Kiran Thakrar , “Multimedia Systems Design” , PHI 4. Fred Halsall , “Multimedia Communications” , Pearson Edition. 5. J. Hill: Computer graphics using open GL, 2nd Edition 2004.
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IT– 405 System Programming Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  405 : System Programming : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Introduction to Systems Programming, Introduction to Assembly Language Programming  Introduction to Instruction Formats, Data formats  Role of Base Register, Index Register. Introduction to Assembler, databases used in assembler design, Design of Assembler  Single Pass & Double Pass. UNITII Introduction to Macros, various types of Macros, Design of Macro Processor : Single Pass & Double Pass. Introduction to linkers. UNITIII Introduction to Loaders, functions of a loader, types of Loaders, databases used in Loaders, Design of Loaders  Absolute & DLL. Linux System Calls: Process creation with fork, Running programs with exec, Waiting for processes; Pipes: Description, creation, use for process communication, creating, opening, reading and writing and closing a pipe; Signals: Normal usage, Controlling signals, use of alarm, IPC: Message passing, Shared memory, Semaphores. UNITIV Introduction to Shell Scripting: System variables, login time script using .profile, interactive programming using read statement, command line arguments, Control Flow: if,case, while, unitil, forstatemets, logical operators, relational operator, use of cat,echo, grep, kill, exitstatement,set and shift statement, interrupting a program using trap statement, Shell functions. UNITV Introduction to Software Tools, Interpreters, Program Generators, Debug Monitors of LaTeX: Importance of LaTeX, Preparing of input file and PDF file, sentence and paragraphs, footnotes, Sectioning, mathematical symbols and formula, arrays, Theorem, pictures, figures, tasks, preparation of slides, letters, reports, bibliography database prepared. Text Books: 1. Donovan, “systems Programming”, Tata Mc Grawhill 2. W. W. Gay, “Advanced UNIX Programming”, Techmedia. 3. S. Das, “Unix System V.4 Concepts and Applications”, 3rd Ed, Tata McgrawHill, 2003. 4. L. Lamport, “Latex”, Addition Wisley, 2000.
Reference Books: 1. B. Kauler, “Windows assembly language & Systems Programming: 16 And 32Bit LowLevel Programming for the PC and Windows”, 2nd Ed, CMP Books; August 1997. 2. D. Curry, “UNIX Systems Programming for SVR4”, O’Reilly, 1996. 3. S. Kochan and P. Wood, “Unix Shell programming”, 3rd Ed, SAMS, 2003. 4. Linux Manuals. 5. Stevens, “UNIX Programming”, Pearson Education.
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IT 406 Computer Organization and Architecture Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  406 : Computer Organization and Architecture : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Instruction and Addressing Modes: Instruction formats, Reduced Instruction Set computers (RISC), Complex Instruction Set Computers (CISC), RISC vs. CISC, Addressing modes and instruction set , PDP11 a case study, Push down stacks and subroutines. UNITII Basic ALU Organization, Fixed Point Arithmetic (addition and subtraction), Integer multiplication and division algorithms, Peripheral arithmetic processors and co processors, Floating point numbers and operations IEEE floating point standard. Instruction Execution inside the CPU: Data paths inside a CPU Signal bus, two bus, and three bus structures, Execution of a complete instruction. UNITIII Control Unit: Hardwired Control, Micro program control, Inputoutput Organization: Addressing of I/O devices, Data transfer and synchronization, DMA & interrupts, I/O interfaces and standards, I/O channels UNITIV Memory Organization: A review of random access and serial access memories, Static & Dynamic Memories, Memory hierarchies, Main memory, Memory Allocation Algorithms, Segments, Pages and Files, Virtual Memories, High Speed Memories: interleaved memories, caches, associative memories UNITV Advanced Architectures: Parallel Processing, Basic Concepts, Flynn’s classification and structural classification, Performance considerations, Principles of pipelining, Pipeline structure, Introduction to multiprocessing, Introduction to fault tolerant computers Text Books: 1. V.C. Hamacher, Z.G. Vranesic and S.G. Zaky, Computer Organization, Fourth Edn. McGraw Hill,1996. 2. K. Hwang and F.A. Briggs, Computer Architecture and parallel processing, McGraw Hill, 1984. Reference Books: 1. J.P. Hayes, Computer Architecture and organization, Third Edn, McGraw Hill. 2. M. Morris Mano, Computer system architecture, Prentice Hall of India, 1986. 3. J. P. Heys, “Computer System and Architecture”, Tata Mcgraw Hill 4. W. Stallings, “Computer Organization and Architecture: Designing for Performance”, 7th Ed, Prentice Hall, 2005.
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Practicals: IT– 414 Computer Graphics & Multimedia Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: IT  414 : Computer Graphics & Multimedia Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
List of Programs: 1.
Programs (in C) for line drawing using DDA and Breshnam’s algorithms.
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Programs (in C) for circle generations using Breshnam’s algorithms.
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Program (in C) for ellipse generations.
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Program (in C) for implementing 2D transformations.
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Animation using motion tween, shape tween & guided motion tween.
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Construct a scenario with help of three given object. Theme is one background scene, flying birds(Add different color) and rising sun.
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Create an animated text & give color changing effects on the text..
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Write your animated name. Give different type of effect in each character of your text using Movieclip.
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Create a golf playground .Where a man strikes the ball (add a sound) and it is drop in the hole (with help of motion guide layer).Incorporate sound on this.
10. Create a masking text. Text is your own name. 11. Create an animated button, when we press the button its open a web page. 12. Create a clock in flash (both digital and analog), and incorporate sound Text Books: 1. D. Hearn and M. P. Baker, “Computer Graphics”, 3rd Ed, Prentice Hall, 2004. 2.
Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahrstedt, “Multimedia: Computing, Communications & Applications” , Pearson Edn.
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IT – 415 System Programming Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: IT  415 : System Programming Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
List of Programs: 1.
At least 3 program on File handling,
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At least 10 program using on UNIX system calls.
3.
Program using (at least 5) shell programming.
4.
Designing of simple single pass assemblers,
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Creating of source files and generating PDF (at least 3) documents using LaTeX.
Text Books: 1. Linux Manuals. 2. Stevens, “UNIX Programming”, Pearson Education. 3. L. Lamport, “Latex”, Addition Wisley, 2000. 4. Y. Kenetkar, “Introduction to shell programming”, BPB Publcations
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme
IT – 416 Computer Organizational and Architecture Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: IT  416 : Computer Organizational and Architecture Laboratory : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
List of Experiments: 1.
Designing of (at least two) of sequential circuits, counters, registers.
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Designing of (at least four) circuits using basic MSI components (Adders, multiplexers, demultiplexers, encoders, decoders) as basic building blocks.
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Designing of (at least two) different ALU for specific CPU.
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Designing (at least one) hardware interrupt handler for a multi level interrupt system and how to generate Ack signal properly.
Text Books: 1. R.P. Jain, “Modern Digital logic & electronics”, 3rd Ed., TMH, 2003. 2. M. Morris Mano, “Computer system architecture”, Prentice Hall of India, 1986.
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SemesterV HU – 501 Managerial Economics Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: HU  501 : Managerial Economics : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 40, End Semester Exams: 60 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Demand Analysis: Demand Theory & Demand Forecasting, Production Theory, Cost Theory, XInefficiency. UNITII Market Competition: Forms of Market, Elements of Competition, Perfect Competition, Monopoly & Price Discrimination, Imperfect Competition: Oligopoly. UNITIII Pricing Policies: Profit Concepts & Measurement, Entry Deterring Pricing, Predatory Pricing, Implicit Price Fixing, Multiproduct Pricing, Peak Load Pricing, Two part Tariff, Product Life Cycle, Information Problems and Associated Cost. UNITIV Firm as an Organization: Objectives of the Firm, Types of the Firm, Firm versus markets, Uncertainty and Firm UNITV Macroeconomics: Macroeconomics Aggregates and Concepts, Simple macroeconomics Models, Business Cycle, Inflation, Unemployment, Input Output Analysis. Text Books 1. Gupta, G.S., “Managerial Economics”. 2. Mote, V.N., Paul Samual & Gupta, G.S., “Managerial Economics: Concepts and Cases”, Tata McGraw Hill Co. Ltd. New Delhi. 3. Ramakrishnan Rao, T.V.S., ‘Theory of firms: Economic and Managerial Aspects”, Affiliated East West Press Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi. 4. D. Salvatore, “Managerial Economics in a global economy”, Thomson South Western Singapore, 2001 References Books: 1. Dean, Joel, “Managerial Economics”, Prentice Hall of India (1996). 2. Davis, H., “Managerial Economics”, ELBSPitman
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EC– 502 Microprocessor Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
: EC – 502 : Microprocessor : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT – I Introduction to general purpose CPU architecture, Interfacing devices: 8205, 8286, 74138, 74244, 74245, 74148, 74373, 8282 UNIT –II Introduction to 8085 CPU architecture: register organization, 8085 instruction set, addressing modes. Instruction cycle, machine cycle, timing diagrams; Programming using 8085 instruction set. UNIT – III Interfacing memory: Interfacing I/O – memory mapped I/O, and I/O mapped I/O. Interrupts, Introduction to DMA (With reference to 8085 CPU) UNIT –IV Programmable I/O: 8155, 8255, 8355, 8755, 8212; 8253 – Timer UNIT V Interfacing A/D and D/A converters; 8279 – Keyboard/ Display controller; 8259 – PIC; 8257 – DMAC; 8251 – USART; 8231 – Arithmetic processor.
Text Books: 1. Ramesh S. Gaonkar, “Microprocessor architecture, programming and applications with 8085”, 5/e, Penram International Publishing (India) Pvt. Ltd., 2005. Reference Books: 1. Rajasree, “Advanced Microprocessors”, 2/e, New Age Publishers, 2005. 2. Intel Corp., “The 8080/8085 Microprocesor Book: Intel marketing communications”, Wiley Inter science publications, 1980. 3. Adam Osborne and O. Kane, “An introduction to microcomputers, Vol. 2 – Some real microprocessors”, Galgotia Book source, New Delhi, 1978.
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HU – 503 Management Information System Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: HU  503 : Management Information System : Lecture –3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Introduction: Definition of management, its definition, purpose, elements of science, patterns of management analysis, functions of managers. People: psychological factors, worker’s skill & abilities. Organization: Organizational characteristics, Organizational behavior, corporate culture, power intergroup conflict, intragroup dynamics, the MIS function in organization, MIS personal, computer operation personal, MIS management. System: components of a system, environment, open Vs Closed systems.Models: modeling systems general vs specific models, levels of models, types of models. Models of organizational systems. A general model of organization and its internal environment. Strategic planning models. UNIT II Management: labels of management, managerial role, planning & control, Managerial styles, Managerial decision making: characteristics of types of decision. Intelligence, design, soln evaluation & choice. Effectiveness vs efficiency. MIS Planning, Design and control. UNITIII Transaction processing & management reporting systems: A management information systems frame work: Transaction processing framework,Management reporting system, Decision support system. Knowledge based systems,Office systems Transaction processing: nature, function, role of IT in transaction processing, processing cycles, Transaction processing, subsystem. Management reporting system: Evaluation of management reporting system, types of reports, structuring report content. UNIT IV Decision support system (DSS): Component of DSS, DSS development, DSS products, DSS development tools, User interfaces, Executive information system (EIS), Executive roles & decision making, Executive decision making environment, MIS in the functional areas of business: Financial information system, Marketing MIS, Manufacturing MIS UNITV Enterprise resource planning: Materials Requirement planning (MRP), Closed loop MRP, Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP – II), Enterprise resource planning: Functional architecture of ERP, Benefits of ERP, Business Process, Reengineering and ERP, ERP implementation., Supply chain management: Introduction, Definition of SCM, Features of SCM, SCM Stages, Cases in MIS: Case study method, Analytical Case, Issue Case, Written Case Analysis, Illustrations Text Books: 1. Davis, “MIS”, TMH 2. Murthy C.S.V, “Management Information System: Text & Application”, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai, 2004 3. Charles Parker, Thomas Cage, “MIS strategy & action (Management Info System)”, McGrawHill. Reference Books: 1. Laudon & Laudon, “Management Information” Systems: Managing the digital firm (9th Edition) 2006, PHI. 2. Leon, “Enterprise Resource Planning”, TMH. 3. Kelkar, “Management Information Systems A concise study”, PHI.
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IT– 504 Object Oriented Programming and Methodology Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT  504 : Object Oriented Programming and Methodology : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Introduction to ObjectOriented Programming: Basic concepts of OOP (Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism), comparison of procedural programming and OOP; code reusability, creating new data types. Objects and Classes: Concepts of class and objects, member access operators, static members, arrays of objects, returning objects from functions, Friend functions, Friend classes, Pointers to members of the classes,. UNITII Inheritance: Types of inheritance, Defining derived class, Access specifiers: public, private and protected; public and private inheritance, accessing base class members, ambiguity in multiple inheritance, virtual base classes, abstract classes, Derived class constructor with arguments, Initialization lists in constructors, classes within classes. UNITIII Polymorphism: Compile time polymorphismoperator overloading, function overloading, Runtime polymorphism Virtual function, and pure virtual function. UNITIV Templates: string template, instantiation, template parameters, typechecking, class template, function templates, template argument deduction, specifying template arguments, function template overloading, default template arguments, specialization, conversions. Exception handling: Error handling, grouping of exceptions, catching exceptions, catch all, rethrow, resource management. UNIT –V Object Modeling Techniques: Object Modeling, Dynamic Modeling, Functional Modeling. Text Books: 1. E. Balaguruswamy, “Object oriented programming with C++”, TMH 2. Rumbaugh, James Michael, Blaha , “Object Oriented Modeling and Design with UML” , Prentice Hall of India 2004. Reference Books: 1. Bjarne Stroustrup, “The C++ Programming Language”, Addison Wesley 2. Grady Booch, “Object Oriented Analysis and Design”, Pearson Education.
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IT – 505 Operating Systems Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
: IT  505 : Operating System : Lecture – 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNIT – I Computer system and operating system overview: Overview of computer system hardware, Instructions execution, I/O functionsinterrupt, memory hierarchy, I/O communication technique. Operating systems objectives and functions, evaluations of operating system, Example systems. Process description and control: Process states, Process description, Process control , Process and threads, Examples of process description and control. UNIT – II Concurrency: Principles of concurrency, mutual exclusion, Software and Hardware approaches, Semaphores, Monitors, Message passing, readers/ writers problem. Principles of deadlock, Deadlock prevention, Detection and avoidance, Dining philosophers problem, Example systems. UNIT – III Memory Management: Memory management requirements, Loading program into main memory, Virtual memory, Hardware and control structures, OS software, Examples of memory management. UNIT – IV Uniprocessor scheduling: Types of scheduling, Scheduling algorithms, I/O management and disk scheduling, I/O devices, Organization of I/O function, OS design issues, I/O buffering, disk I/O, disk scheduling policies, Examples system. UNIT – V File management and security: Overview of file management, File organization and access, File directories, File sharing, Record blocking, Secondary storage management, Example systems. Security: Security threats, Protection, Intrusion, Viruses, Trusted systems. Text Books: 1. A. Silbershatz, P.B. Galvin & Gagne, “Operating System Concepts”, Addison Wesley,2005. Reference Books: 1. M Milenkovie , “Operating System : Concept & Design”, McGraw Hill. 2. A.S Tanenbaum “Operating System Design & Implementation”, Practice Hall of India (3rd Edition) 2004. 3. W. Stalling, “Operating Systems”, Prentice Hall of India (5th Edition) 4. H. N. Dietel “An Introduction to Operating Systems”, Addison Wesley.
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Detail Syllabus for B.Tech.(IT) Programme IT–506 Data Communication Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be set Question to be answered Examination duration
3  L : 1 T: 0P Total Credit= 4
: IT – 506 : Data Communication : Lecture– 3, Tutorial 1 : Sessional work: 60, End Semester Exams: 90 : 8 (One question from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit) : Any 5 (five) : 3 hours
UNITI Overview of Data Communications and Networking: Introduction, Network Models, Signals, Digital Transmission, Analog Transmission, Multiplexing, Transmission Media, Circuit Switching and Telephone Network. UNITII Basics of Digital Communications: Signals, noise, Nyquist’s rate, Fourier transforms of signals, harmonics, Baseband and broadband transmission: modulation techniques; fundamentals of modems; local loop implementation. UNITIII Digital transmission of voice: PCM, ADPCM, time division multiplexing; T1, T3 formats. Fibre optics: basic principles; SONET; technologies. VSAT technology: TDMA, DAMA; pointtopoint wireless communication (microwave). UNITIV Local Area Networks: Ethernet (CSMA/CD operation; parameters, specifications, limitations); cabling (Ethernet, FastEthernet, Gigabit Ethernet; hubs, patch panels, wiring closets). UNITV Bridges; switches; virtual LANs; 100BaseT; 100BaseVGANY; gigabit Ethernet; FDDI; token ring; wireless networks; ISDN, BISDN. Text Books: 1. W. Stallings, “Data and Computer Communications”, 7th Ed, Prentice Hall of India, 2004, 7th ed. 2. B. A. Forouzan, “Data Communications and Networking”, 3rd Ed, McGraw Hill, 2004. Reference Books: 1. J. F. Kurose and K. W. Ross, “Computer networking: A Topdown Approach Featuring the Internet”, 3rd Ed, AddisonWesley, 2005. 2. G. Held, “Ethernet Networks: Design, Implementation, Operation, Management”, 4th Ed, John Wiley & Sons, 2002.
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Practicals: EC – 512 Microprocessor Laboratory Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: EC  512. : Microprocessor Laboratory. : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
(At least 8 experiments to be performed) List of Experiments: 1.
Binary /BCD addition between two bytes stored in consecutive / different location (Generated Carry)
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Binary / BCD addition of more than two bytes stored in consecutive locations using loop method.
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Binary / BCD subtraction between two bytes stored in consecutive / different locations with sign of the result taken into account.
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To find out whether the no. is (a) Even or Odd
(b) Even parity or Odd parity.
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Generation of Fibonnaci Series
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Block Transfer from one location to another.
7.
Reverse a string .The string is either a binary byte or a bunch of data bytes stored in consecutive locations.
8.
To arrange the bytes (stored in consecutive locations) in sorted order either ascending or descending order.
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Binary multiplication of two bytes using left or right shifting of multiplier.
10. Binary division as word divided by byte using left shifting of the dividend. 11. Conversion of binary to BCD and BCD to binary. 12. Generation of 2 and 4 digit decimal display UP/DOWN continuous counter at address and data field of the Microprocessor kit. 13. Verification of incoming and outgoing data using LEDS and a PPI chip. 14. Generation of a square wave of a certain frequency using PPI chip and a CRO display. Text Books: 1. Ramesh S. Gaonkar, “Microprocessor architecture, programming and applications with 8085”, 5/e, Penram International Publishing (India) Pvt. Ltd., 2005.
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IT–514 Object Oriented Programming Laboratory (C++ & Java) Subject Code Subject Name No. of Hours Per Week Marks Distribution Question to be answered Examination duration
0  L : 0 T: 3P Total Credit= 2
: IT514 : Object Oriented Programming Laboratory (C++ & Java) : 3 hours. : Sessional work: 20, End Semester Exams: 30 : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis : 4 hours
List of Programs: 1.
Define a class Complex and overload operators +,  , *, for complex numbers.
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Define a class Matrix and overload operators +,  , *, .
3.
Define a class String and write a C++ program to overload + for concatenation, >= ,
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