### 1st Semester Syllabus Group A

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HS 1×05 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH L-T-P : 3-1-0 Credit : 4

1. Basic Grammar: Structural pattern, single word substitution: Editing tenses of Verbs.

2. Common errors, comparison, Syntax.

3. Antonyms, Homonyms, Comprehension based on topics of Science & Technology

4. Precis, Paragraph Writing, Technical description

5. Expansion (worked & phrase)

6. Official Correspondence, Memorandum, Circular letter.

7. Applying for a job, Resume

8. Business Correspondence, Report Writing, E-mail.

9. Phonetics (Symbol and Transcription), Pronunciation

10. Reading –developing Reading skill.

11. Group Discussion.

Text Book :

1 English grammar and Effective Business Communication by M.A. Pink & S.E. Thomas –

S.Chand & Company Ltd.

2. English grammar by Dr. D .Thakur

3. Comprehensive English grammar by C.J.Joseph & EG Myall – Inter Univ. Press.

4. Technical English by Sharon j Garson and Steve M Garson

5. Gartside’s Model Business Letters by Shirley Taylor – Pitman Publishing.

Reference Books :

1. Communication in English for Technical Student by Orient Longman

2. Business Correspondence & Report Writing by R.C. Sharma & Krishna Mohan – Tata McGraw Hill

3. English Pronouncing Dictionary by Daniel Jones. Revised by A.C.Gimson – Universal Book Stall, Delhi.

4. A Student’s Grammar of the English Language by Sidney Greendaum & Randolph Quirk (Pearson Education)

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS L-T-P : 3-0-3 Credit : 5

1. ELECTROSTATICS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY : Dielectrics -The three electric vectors, Gauss’s law in Dielectrics, Energy stored in Electrostatic field, Boundary Conditions.

Continuity Equation for charge, Displacement current, Maxwell’s Equations in Differential and Integral form and their

Physical significance, Maxwell’s Equations in free space and speed of plane electromagnetic waves travelling in

vacuum. Poynting theorem and Poynting vectors, electromagnetic waves propagation in dielectrics and conductors.

2. OPTICS & LASER : Temporal coherence Michelson’s interferometer for measurement of coherence

length of source and line width, Spatial coherence, Measurement of spatial coherence using young’s Interferometer

Fraunhofer diffraction by single slit, double slit and grating.

Lasers and Laser light, Einstein A and B coefficient, Population inversion, Light amplification by optical

resonator. Characteristics of Laser, Ruby laser, Working Principle of He-Ne Laser.

3. POLARISATION : Unpolarised light, Production of plane polarised light by Polaroid technique (Principle of

action should be emphasized) Brewster’s Law, Malu’s Law, Double Refraction, Production of Plane, Circular and

elliptical, Polarized Light, Analysis of unpolarised light and polarized light, Magneto-optic effect, electro optic effect

and photo elastic effect.

4. QUANTUM PHYSICS : Planck’s theory of black body radiation, Compton effect, Photo electric effect,

Einstein photo electric equation and its experimental verification

Wave particle duality, De-Broglie waves, De-Broglie wave velocity, Wave and group velocity, Division

and Germer experiment, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, Application of uncertainty principle.

Wave functions and wave equation, physical interpretation of wave function and normalization

condition, Expectation values, Schrodinger’s wave equation (Time dependent and time independent i.e. steady, state

form) in one dimension, quantum-mechanical operators, Particle in a box (Infinite Potential Well), Finite Potential

barrier and tunneling.

5. SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY : Michelson-Morely experiment, Postulates of special theory of

relativity, Consequence of special theory of relativity, Lorentz transformation and its application. (Length contraction and time dilation)

6. NANO-PHYSICS : Introduction and Basic definition of Nano Technology, Properties of Nano particles,

Elementary ideas of Synthesis of Nano particles, Application of Nano Technology.

Text Books :

1. Concept of Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser: Publication: TMH

2. Elements of electromagnetics by Mathew N.O. Sadiku: Publication: Oxford University Press

3. Introduction to electrodynamics by David J. Griffiths; Pub.: Pearson Education.

4. Optics by Ajoy Ghatak Pub; TMH

5. Fundamentals of Physics extended volume by Resnick, Halliday and Walker; Pub.: John Wiley & Sons. Inc.

Asian Edition.

6. Electromagnetic Theory (Electrodynamics) – Dr. K.K.Chopra & G.C.Agrawal, K.Nath & Co.

7. Engineering Physics – Hitendra K.Malik & Ajay Kumar Singh by TMH Publication.

Reference Books :

1. Modern Physics by G. Aruldhas & P. Rajagopal; Pub: Prentice Hall of India.

2. Quantum Physics by H.C. Verma Pub.: Surya Publication .

3. Lasers and Non-Linear Optics by B.B. Laud; Pub: New Age International (P) Ltd.

4. Principles of electricity by Leigh Page and Normal llsley Adams, Pub.: Eurasia Publishing House, New Delhi.

PHYSICS LABORATORY

Minimum eight experiments are required to be performed in a semester :

1. To determine acceleration due to gravity by a Bar Pendulum.

2. To determine input & output characteristics of a PNP Junction Transistor in CE Mode or configuration.

3. To determine Planck’s constant.

MA 1×01 MATHEMATICS- I L-T-P : 3-1-0 Credit : 4

1. ALGEBRA OF MATRICES : Elementary transformation, inverse by row transformation, canonical reduction,

rank, solution of simultaneous equations, characteristic equation, Eigen values – & Eigen vectors, Caley’s Hamilton

theorem, similarity transformation, reduction to diagonal matrices. Lecture : 8

2. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS : Higher order derivatives (successive differentiation) and Leibnitz theorem,

indeterminate form, Tangent and normal, review of maxima & minima ,concavity and convexity of a curve point of

inflexion, curvature and radius of curvature , pedal equation asymptotes (for Cartesian curve only) Taylor’s and

Maclaurin’s series, partial derivatives, Euler’s theorem on homogeneous function , harmonic function , Taylor’s

expansion of several variables, maxima and minima of several variable, Lagrange’s method for undetermined

multipliers.

3. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION : First order equation, separable, homogeneous , exact ,linear and Bernoulli’s

form ,second and higher order equation with constant coefficients, Euler’s equation: methods of their solution .

dependent and independent of solution, Wronskian’s system of first order equation Lecture : 8

4. INTEGRAL CALCULUS – I : Convergence of improper integral – comparison test. Abel’s test, beta & gamma

functions (definition & related problems) , error function , differentiation under integral sign – Leibnitz rule.

Text Books :

1. Advance engineering mathematics by H.K.Dass, S.Chand & Company Ltd.

2. Higher engineering mathematics by B.S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers

3. Differential calculus by Das & Mukherjee –U.N. Dhar & sons

4. Integral calculus by Das & Mukherjee – U.N. Dhar & sons

Reference Books :

1. Advance engineering mathematics by E. Kreyszig, 8th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York

2. Advance engineering mathematics by Wiley & Barratt- Tata McGraw Hill

3. Linear Algebra by K. Hoffman and R Kunze-Prentice Hall

EE 1×01 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING L-T-P : 3-0-3 Credit : 5

1. Introduction : Electrical Elements and their Classification, KCL, KVL equation and node voltage method, D.C

circuits steady state analysis with independent and dependent sources, Series and parallel circuits, Star delta

conversion, Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.

2 A.C Circuits : Common signals and their waveform, R.M.S and Average value, form factor and Peak factor of

sinusoidal wave. Impedance of series and parallel circuits, Phasor diagram, Power, Power factor, Power

triangle, Coupled circuits. Resonance and Q-factor, Superposition, Thevenin’s and Norton’s, Maximum power

transfer theorem for A.C circuits

3 A.C Circuits : Phase Star delta, line and phase relation, Power relation, Analysis of balanced and unbalanced

3-phase circuits.

4 Magnetic circuits : Introduction, Series & Parallel magnetic circuits. Analysis of Linear and non linear magnetic

circuits. Energy storage, A.C. excitation. Eddy current and hysteresis losses.

5 Basic indicating instruments for measurements Current Voltage, Power, Energy Insulation resistance.

Text Book:

1. Basic Electrical Engineering by Fitzerald, et al, Tata McGraw Hill

Reference Books:Tata Fitzerald

1. Fundamental of Electrical Engg. By Leonard S. Bobrow, Oxford

2. Fundamentals of Electrical Engg. By R. Prasad, PHI Publication

IT 1×01 FUNDAMENTAL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY L-T-P : 3-0-2 Credit : 4

Theory :

1. Computer Basics : Evolution of Computers, Generation and Classification of Computers Application of

Computers and etc. Lecture : 2

2. Computer Memory and Storage : Memory Hierarchy, RAM, ROM, Types of Secondary Storage Devices and

etc. Lecture : 2

3. Information Technology Basics : Information, Technology, Role of Information Technology, Information

Technology and Internet and etc. Lecture : 2

4. The Internet and its Tools : Introduction, Evolution of Internet, Basic Internet Terms, Getting Connected to

Internet, Internet Applications, Data over Internet, Web Browser, Browsing Internet Using Internet Explorer, Email,

search Engines, Instant Messaging. Lecture : 3

5. Emerging Trends in IT : E-Commerce, Electronic Data Interchange, Smart Cards, Mobile Communication and

etc.

6. Computer Programming and Languages : algorithm, Flow Chart, Pseudo Code, Program Control Structures,

Programming Languages, Generation of Programming Languages and etc.

7. C Language : Basics, Constants, Variables and Data Types, Operators and Expressions, Input & output operations.

8. Control Structures : Decision Making & Branching, decision Making & Looping.

9. Arrays : One & Two dimensional Array.

10. Functions : User defined functions, concept of recursion.

Text Books :

1. Introductory to Information Technology, by ITL Education solution Ltd., Pearson Education.

2. Programming in ANSI-C by E. Balagurusamy 4th Ed.

Reference Books :

1. Fundamental of Computer & IT by A. Jaiswal (Wiley India).

2. Programming in ANSI-C by Ashok N.Kamthane.

3. The C Programming Language, 2e, by Brian W. Kernighan & Dennis M. Ritchie, PHI/Pearson Education.

4. Programming with C by Gottifried. Tata McGraw Hill (Schaum’s series).

5. Mastering C by K. R. Venugopal & S. R. Prasad, Tata McGraw.

Practical : Working in windows environment, Internet, C Programming based on above syllabus.

ME 1×02 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS L-T-P : 2-0-4 Credit : 5

1. Introduction, drawing instruments, sheet layout, lines, lettering, dimensioning, engineering curves (ellipse,

parabola, hyperbola, spiral).

2. Orthographic projection : Projection of points, projection of straight line.

3. Projection of planes.

4. Projection of solids (Prism, Pyramid, Cone, Cylinder) Axis inclined to one reference plane.

5. Section of solid (Prism, Pyramid, Cone, Cylinder) Axis inclined to one reference plane.

6. Development of surface.

7. Intersection of surfaces : Axes of both solids at right angles.

8. Isometric projection.

9. Conversion of pictorial view into orthographic view : Simple cases.

10. Introduction to computer aided drawing.

Practical

Understanding the AutoCAD windows and the drafting tools, drawing 2D objects.

Text Book :

1. Engineering Drawing by ND Bhatt

2. Engineering Drawing by KL Narayna & P. Kannaiah.