CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN Batch-2014

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Applied Sciences ( Information Security, Cloud Based Application, Big Data Analytic )

2013-14

Chandigarh University COURSE NAME: BE CSE (Hons) (Information Security, Cloud Based Application, Big Data Analytic)

1st SEMESTER (Chemistry Group) SCHEME 2014 Batch SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

Credits

IBT-101

Software Foundation -1

3

PDT-101

Aptitude-I

1.5

ACT-122

Applied Chemistry

3.5

MET-124

Engineering Mechanics

3.5

EVT-125

Environment Science

2

AMT-130

Applied Mathematics -1

4

ABT-131

Biology

2

IBP-102

Software Foundation – I Lab

ACP-132

Applied Chemistry Lab

MEP-134

Workshop Practice

1.5

TOTAL

23.5

1.5 1

Software Foundation– I will be taught in 1st semester and Software Foundation– II will be taught in 2nd semester. Likewise, Aptitude- I and Applied Mathematics- I will be taught in 1st sem.

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Applied Sciences ( Information Security, Cloud Based Application, Big Data Analytic )

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Chandigarh University COURSE NAME: BE CSE (Hons) (Information Security, Cloud Based Application, Big Data Analytic )

2nd SEMESTER (Physics Group) SCHEME 2014 Batch SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

Credits

APT-126

3.5

PCT-128

Applied Physics Basics Electrical and Electronics Engineering Professional Communication Skills

AMT-150

Applied Mathematics -II

5

IBT-151

Software Foundation -II

3

PDT-152

Aptitude-II

1.5

APP-136

Applied Physics Lab Basics Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab Professional Communication Skill Lab

1

Software Foundation-II Lab

1.5

EET-127

EEP-137 PCP-138 IBP-152

Total

3.5 2

1 1

23

Engineering Drawing has been added in summer course Engineering Drawing

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MET-129

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Computer Aided Drafting (Lab)

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MEP-139

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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY (GHARUAN) SOFTWARE FOUNDATION-1 (IBT- 101) L T P Credits 3 0 0

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Total Hours: 40 Course Objectives:   

The course aims to focus on computing and programming in C. To design and implement sample applications and programs using C. To provide basic introduction to Linux and PHP. UNIT 1

Introduction to Computing: Introduction, History of Computing, Generation of Computers, Classification of Computers, Basic Anatomy and Block Diagram of a Computer System, Input Devices, Processor, Output Devices, Memory Hierarchy, Number System and Logic Gates, Overview of Operating System and Networking Concepts [5] Overview of C: History and Importance of C, Basic Structure of C Program, Executing a C program, Basic Constructs: Character Set, C Tokens, Keywords & Identifiers, Constants, Variables, Literals, Data Types, Declaration of Variables. [3] Operators & Expressions: Introduction, Arithmetic Operators, Relational Operators, Logical Operators, Assignment Operators, Increment/Decrement Operators, Conditional Operators, Bitwise Operators, Special Operators, Arithmetic Expressions, Type Conversion. [5] UNIT 2 Decision Making: Branching: if Statement, if..else, Nested if Statements, Switch Statement, goto Statement, Looping: while Statement, do Statement, for Statement, Jumps in Loops, Random Numbers. [4] Arrays and Strings: Introduction, Declaration and Initialization of One, Two Dimensional Arrays, Multi-Dimensional Arrays, Strings and String Handling Functions. [3] Functions: Introduction, Need for User Defined Function, Function Declaration, Return Values and their Types, Function Call, Recursion, Storage Classes, Scope and Visibility of Variables. [3]

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Pointers: Introduction, Accessing the Address of a Variable, Declaring Pointer Variables, Initialization of Pointer Variables, Accessing a Variable through its Pointer, Dynamic Memory Allocation. [4] UNIT 3 Structure, Union and File Input/Output: Introduction, Defining a Structure, Declaring Structure Variables, Accessing Structure Members, Structure Initialization, Unions. Introduction to Files, Defining & Opening a File, Closing a File, Input/Output Operations on File, Error Handling during Input Operation. [4] Sorting and Searching: Introduction, Sorting: Bubble sort, Selection sort, Insertion sort, Quick sort, Searching: Linear and Binary Search. [2] Open Source and Standards: Introduction, Open Source Principle, IBM Standard Policy, Example Open Source and Standards [2] Introduction to Linux and PHP: Introduction to Linux, Use of Linux, Some Basic Commands of Linux: Opening File, Closing File, Delete, Copy, Remove etc. Introduction to PHP, Features of PHP, Getting Started with PHP. [5] Text Books: 1. Balagurusamy E., “Programming in ANCI C”, McGraw Hill Publications, , ISBN-13: 978-0-07-066909-3, 8th edition 2. Achyut Godbole, Atul Kahate, “ Web technologies” , McGraw Hill Publications, , ISBN-13: 978-0-07-066909-3, 3rd edition 3. Peter Norton and Arthur Griffith, “ Complete Guide to Linux”, Technopedia, ISBN13: 978125906281, 3rd edition 4. R.S Salaria, “Application Programming in C”, ISBN-13: 9789381068427, 4th edition Reference Books: 1. Brian W. Kernighan. Dennis M. Ritchi, “ The C programming Language version), ISBN-13: 9788120305960, 2nd edition.

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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN Name of the subject

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Total Contact Hours – 28 Hours Subject Code Applicable to which branch –All Branches PDT-101 Prerequisite General Mathematics Marks Internal

40

External

60

Course Objective To enhance holistic development of students and improve their employability skills Unit

Course Outcome To improve aptitude, problem solving skills and reasoning ability of the student.

1. To collectively solve problems in teams & group 2.

Content of the Syllabus Unit-I Vedic Math - How to find square roots, cube roots, tables till 20, square cubes mental calculations. Blood Relations - Basics of reasoning targeting mental ability of the student Number system - Concept of different types of number, divisibility test and rules, remainder concept. HCF and LCM - How to find Highest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple Coding and Decoding –Alphabet series, number series, focus on group numbers and systems, the ability to decode the given numbers etc. Unit-II Ratio and proportion- Concept of mean proportion, 3rd proportion, 4th proportions, compound ratio, inverse ratio etc. Average- Average, properties of average, arithmetic mean.

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Odd One Out- To take odd number out from a given series that does not fall in the given set of series. Series can be of any form. Percentage- Basics of percentage, how to calculate percentage based on higher level skills. Profit and Loss- Important formulae based on profit and loss, Fast Track and Short Cut techniques that are highly beneficial and time saving. Unit-III Calendars and Clocks- Ordinary year, Leap year, Odd days, to find a particular day on the basis

of the given day and date. Time speed distance - Basic concept of theory of speed, time and distance, unit conversion, average speed, train problems. Simple Interest and Compound Interest - Simple and Compound interest, with its theory and formulae. Analytical Reasoning- Analytical and critical reasoning abilities as well as reasoning abilities,

which equip them to question, interpret and analyze information. Syllogism and Venn Diagram - a deductive reasoning in which a conclusion is derived from two premises. It is done with the help of Venn Diagrams. Text Books – • Quantitative

Aptitude by R.S. Aggarwal, S.Chand .

• Face to face with MAT by Arihant publications. • 30 days wonder in math’s by kjs Khurana,S.Chand publications. • Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal, S.Chand publications. Course Code

Aptitude - 1

Department Teaching the Subject

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Mapping of Course outcome with Program outcome

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Approval

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Applied Sciences ( Information Security, Cloud Based Application, Big Data Analytic )

Chandigarh University, Gharuan

Batch-2014

APPLIED CHEMISTRY Subject Code : ACT-122

Content of the Syllabus Unit-I 1. Water and its treatment

[8 H]

Introduction; types of hardness-units, determination of hardness by edta method; alkalinity of water and its significance; numerical problems based on these methods; specifications for drinking water (bis and who standards),domestic water treatment process; problems with boiler feed water, their causes, disadvantages & prevention; formation of solids (scale & sludge), carry over (priming & foaming),boiler corrosion and caustic embrittlement; water softening-external treatment, lime soda process(numerical also), zeolite process, ion exchange process, internal treatment.

2. Lubricants

[3 H]

Concepts of surface tension, surface energy,absorption,surface roughness, surface attraction; types of lubricants(solids, semi solid,liquid,lubricating emulsions) and mechanism of lubrication; biodegradable lubricants; physical and chemical properties of lubricants (colour,specific &api gravity, neutralization number,saponification number,emulfication,precipitation number,oilness, volatility, carbon residue, cloud & pour point, flash & fire point, viscosity and viscosity index(No experimental details); selection of lubricants. 3. Corrosion and its control:

[4 H]

Definition and scope of corrosion, chemical corrosion, electrochemical corrosion and mechanisms, types of electrochemical corrosion such as differential aeration corrosion. galvanic corrosion, concentration cell corrosion, underground or soil corrosion, pitting corrosion, waterline corrosion, stress corrosion, microbiological corrosion, erosion corrosion, intergranular corrosion, factors influencing corrosion, corrosion control (protection against corrosion) Unit-II 4. Composite Materials

[4 H]

Introduction; constitution and classification of composites - particle- reinforced, fiberreinforced, metal matrix-fibre composites, hybrid composites, structural composites and their applications; processing of fibre reinforced composites; application of composite materials. Page 7 of 53

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5. Fuels and combustion:

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[7 H]

Introduction; classification of fuels, characteristics of good fuel and procedure of combustion calculations, calorific value, units of calorific value, determination of calorific value of solid and non-volatile liquid fuels by Bomb Calorimeter, its working and numerical problems based on it; coal and its classification; analysis of coal and its significance-proximate and ultimate analysis (no numerical to be discussed); determination of quality of petrol- Octane number; quality of diesel- cetane number; comparison of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels.

6. Biotechnology

[4 H]

New trends; scope & importance of biotechnology; biotechnological processesFermentation, production of alcohol; industrial enzymes used in food and beverages; introduction of bio fuels, bio sensors;bio chips and its importance.

Unit-III 7. Green Chemistry and its Applications

[3 H]

Introduction; significance and goals of green chemistry, 12 principles of green chemistry, atom economy, synthesis of ibuprofen .industrial application of green chemistry(green solvents,green fuels only).

8. Instrumental Techniques [7 H] Introduction; fundamentals of spectroscopy, electromagnetic spectrum, absorption and emission spectra, atomic and molecular spectroscopyElectronic(uv-visible) Spectroscopy- introduction, chromophores concept,absorption andintensity shifts;colorimity,absorption laws,applications of electronic spectroscopy. Infrared Spectroscopy-introduction,principles of IR spectroscopy-fundamental vibrations selection rules and application to simple organic molecules (effects of masses of atoms, bond strength, nature of substituent, hydrogen bonding on ir frequencies) Introduction to chromatographic techniques;TLC, Column, HPLC and GC working.

9. Batteries

[5 H]

Characteristics of a battery, classification of chemical batteries: Primary cells-Ag2O-ZnCell, Zinc air cell and its uses. Secondary battery- Nickel metal hydride and its uses.

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Reserve battery-Lead-Perchloric/fluoboric acid cell & its uses Lithium Cells/Battery-Li/MnO2 cell, Lithium ion batteries & its uses.. Fuel cells-H2-O2 fuel cell, phosphoric acid fuel cell & its uses. Text Books – 1. Jain and Jain: Engineering Chemistry (15th Edition ) Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company, New Delhi. 2.

S.S.Dara & S.S Umare A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry(12th Edition ) S.Chand Publishing Company, New Delhi

3. Shashi Chawla: A text book of Engineering Chemistry (3rd Edition )Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company,New Delhi. 4. O G Palanna : A text book of Engineering Chemistry(4th Reprint 2012 ) McGraw –Hill, New Delhi Reference Materials1. P.W Atkins: Physical Chemistry, English Language (8th Edition) Books Society (ELBS). 2. Puri, Sharma and Pathania: Principles of Physical Chemistry, W.H. Freeman & Co. 3. C.N. Banwell & E.M. McCash: Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. New Delhi. 4. D.A. Skoog and F.J. Holles: Principles of Instrumental Analysis Hercart Asia PTE Ltd. Singapore. Instructions for the Paper-Setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

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2013-14

Batch-2014

Engineering Mechanics Course Code- MET-124 Contents of the Syllabus Unit-I 1.

2.

Forces and Basic Principles of Statics: basic principles of mechanics; force, types of forces; free body diagram; vectors, vector representation of forces; resultant of two concurrent forces; lami‟s Theorem; law of superposition of forces.

[5H]

Coplanar, Concurrent & Non-concurrent Force System: resultant of coplanar & concurrent force systems; polygon law of forces; equilibrium analysis of nonconcurrent force system; moment of a force; couple; varignon‟s theorem; equilibrium of rigid bodies in two dimensions; support reactions. [5H]

3.

Virtual Work: work of a force; principle of virtual work; sign conventions; applications of principle of virtual work to beams and framed structures

[5H]

Unit-II 4.

Centroid & Center of Gravity : introduction; determination of position of centroid of plane geometric figures of I, U, H, L, T, C, circular and triangular sections;centroid of composite Areas. [5H]

5.

Moment of Inertia: area moment of inertia & mass moment of inertia;polar moment of inertia; parallel axes theorem (or transfer formula), perpendicular axes theorem; radius of gyration; determination of area moment of inertia of I, U, H, L, T, C, circular and triangular sections along various axes. [5H]

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Friction: introduction; coefficient of friction; angle of friction; angle of repose; laws of friction; static & dynamic friction; belt friction.

[5H]

Unit-III 7.

Kinematics – Plane Rectilinear Motion: introduction to kinematics, classification of motion; equation describing rectilinear motion; acceleration due to gravity. [5H]

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Laws of Motion: force, weight, mass; newton‟s laws of motion; motion on an inclined smooth surface & rough surface; lift motion; recoil velocity; motion of bodies connected by a string. [5H]

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Work, Power & Energy: work one by a constant & variable force; work done by a force on spring; power; kinetic & potential energy; law of conservation of energy; principle of work & energy; principle of conservation of momentum; direct impact of two bodies.

[5H]

Text Books: 1. Chandramouli P.N., Engineering Mechanics, PHI Publishers 2. Bansal R. K , Engineering Mechanics , Laxmi publications 3. Irving, H., Shames, " Engineering Mechanics - Statics and Dynamics ", Third Edition, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt.Ltd., 1993. Reference Material : 1. Beer, F.P. and Johnson, “Vector Mechanics for Engineers”, Vol – 1 for Statics & Vol – 2 for Dynamics, Mc Graw Hill International Edition 2. Merriam, " Engineering Mechanics ", Vol.1 " Statics " and Vol.2 " Dynamics 2/e ", Wiley International, 1988. 3. Mokoshi, V.S., " Engineering Mechanics ", Vol.1 " Statics " and Vol.2 " Dynamics ", Tata McGraw Hill Books, 1996

Instructions for the paper-setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

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Batch-2014

Environment Science Subject Code: EVT-125

Contents of the Syllabus Unit-I Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies [2H] Scope and importance of environment; need for public awareness; environment education. Ecosystems [3H] Concept, structure and functions of ecosystem; producers, consumers and decomposers; ecological pyramids; food chain, food web. Environmental Pollution [5H] Definition, causes, effects and control measures of air pollution; water pollution; soil pollution; noise pollution; solid waste management: causes, effects and control.

Unit-II

Social Issues and the Environment [7H] From unsustainable to sustainable development; water conservation, rain water harvesting and watershed management; resettlement and rehabilitation of people: its problems and concerns; environmental ethics: issues and possible solutions; climate change and global warming; acid rain; ozone layer depletion; wasteland reclamation; consumerism. Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act; Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act Environment Protection Act; Wildlife Protection Act; Forest Conservation Act. Natural Resources [3H] Natural resources and associated problems; food, water, mineral, food, energy and land resources. Unit-III Human Population and the Environment

[3H]

Population Growth, characteristics of population, population growth curves, consequences of over population ,Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health. Biodiversity Introduction to biodiversity. Values, threats and conservation of biodiversity

[2H]

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Disaster

[5H]

Definition , types of disasters (Floods, Earthquakes, Drought and landslides ) disaster management cycle, causes of disaster and environmental impacts of disaster Inter-relationship between disaster and development. Text Books 1. Ahluwalia, A.K; Environment Studies, Ane‟s Publishers, 2012. 2. Misra, S.P, Pandey, S.N.; Essential Environment Studies, Ane‟s Publishers, 2011. 3. Bhasin S.K & Kaur Verinder, Introductory Environmental Studies, Ajay Publications, 2012. Reference Material: 1. Joseph Benny ,Environmental studies , Tata Mc-Graw Hill Education Private Limited , New Delhi 2.

Ahluwalia V.K & Malhotra Sunita ,Environmental Science, Ane‟s Books India

3. Sharma, J.P., Environment Studies, University Science Press, New Delhi. 4. Gadi Ranu, Rattan Sunita & Mohapatra Sushmita ,Environmental Studies 5. Chhatwal Johar Rajni, Environmental Sciences, UDH Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. 6. Rana S.V.S ,Essentials of Ecology and Environment science ,PHI Learning Private Limited Instructions for the paper-setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

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Applied Sciences ( Information Security, Cloud Based Application, Big Data Analytic ) APPLIED MATHEMATICS-I Total contact hours : 45 Hrs Subject Code AMT-130

Applicable to which branch all branches

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T P C 2 0 4 Common to all branches of engineering (1st semester)

Prerequisite: knowledge of mathematics up to senior secondary level . Marks Internal (40) External (60) PURPOSE To impart analytical ability in solving mathematical problems as applied to the respective branches of Engineering Unit INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES To have knowledge in linear algebra. 3. To improve their ability of computation in matrices. To familiarize students with partial differentiation. 4. To enable the students to apply the notions practically. To introduce various ordinary and linear differential equations. 5. To practice various methods of solving these differential equations.

Contents of the Syllabus

Unit-I Matrices: Rank of matrices; elementary transformation; reduction to normal form; consistency and solution of homogenous and non homogeneous algebraic equations; eigen values and eigen vectors; linear dependence and independence of vectors; Cayley Hamilton theorem(without proof); reduction to diagonal form. [15 H]

Unit-II Partial Differentiation: Function of two or more variables; homogeneous function; Euler‟s theorem; composite functions; implicit functions; total derivatives; Jacobians.

[5 H]

Application of Partial Differentiation: Taylor‟s and Maclaurin‟s series for a function of two variables; maxima and minima of functions of several variables; Lagrange‟s method of undetermined multipliers; error and approximation. [10 H]

Unit-III Differential Equations: Exact differential equations; equations reducible to exact form by integrating factors; Leibniz‟s linear differential equation and Bernoulli‟s differential equation; Page 14 of 53

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methods of finding complete solutions, complementary functions, particular integrals; linear differential equation with variable coefficient; Cauchy‟s homogeneous linear equation; Legendre‟s linear equation; simultaneous linear equations with constant coefficients. [15 H]

TEXT BOOKS 1. Kreyszig , E., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley,10th Ed.2011. 2. Grewal, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 42 th ed.2013.

Reference Material: 1. Ray Wylie, C., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th ed., McGraw Hill. 2. Jain, R.K. and lyengar, S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 3rd Edition. Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi,2004. 3. Ramana , B.V Advanced Engineering Mathematics, McGraw Hill, July 2006. Instructions for the paper-setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit. Course Code-AMT-130 Department Teaching the Subject Program Outcome Mapping of Course outcome with Program outcome Category

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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN Batch-2014 Biology (ABT-131) Contents of the Syllabus Unit-I Concepts in Biology [2H] Biology: meaning and relevance to mankind, Cell: cell as a unit of life Cell structure and functions

[6H]

Cell and cell organelle ,Difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; plant cell and animal cell ( introduction and difference ) introductory role of (carbohydrates, lipids, aminoacids, proteins, nucleic acids) in cell maintenance. Chromosomes and Cell Divisions covering introduction to chromosomes and overview of Cell division (Mitosis and meiosis) [2H] Unit- II General structure of plant body – basic structure and function of stem, root , leave and Flower, introductory of anatomy of stem, root, [3H]

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Plant Physiology: covering physiological process: introduction to transpiration, photosynthesis and respiration, brief account of mineral nutrition (osmosis, diffusion), Pollination [4H] Animal Physiology covering, Nutrition and digestion (introduction and overview) [3H] Unit III Introduction to Microbiology (E.Coli, Lactobacillus, probiotic and prebiotic), impact of microorganisms: Impact on industry (tannery, effluents), agriculture (legumes) and health (diarrhea, sneezing, allergies) [5H]

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Biotechnology [5H] Basic concepts, structure and function of DNA and RNA, uses in agriculture, medicine and health.

Text Books 1. Cell Biology , by C B Pawar 2. K.N. Bhatia and M.C Tyagi, Elementary Biology (+1, +2 Biology text books), Pub. Trueman`s

Reference Material: 1. `Microbiology‟ by Buffaloe Neal, D. and Freguson Dale, V.; publishers Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) 2. `Microbiology Fundamentals and Applications‟ by Purhit, S.S. publisher Agro Botanical Publishers 3. `Textbook of Biochemistry‟ by West, Todd, Mason and Brugen, Publisher Macmillan 4. `Principles of Biochemistry‟ by White, Handler and Smith, Publisher Tata Mc Graw Hill 5. „Biochemical Engineering Fundamentals‟ by J.B.Bailey and D.F.Ollis, Publisher McGraw Hill Inc. Instructions for the paper-setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

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Chandigarh University, Gharuan Name of the subject: Software Foundation-I Lab Subject Code: IBP-102

Total contact hours :45 Applicable to which branch

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Prerequisite: Basic overview of Computing & C programming Marks Internal : 60

External: 40 Purpose

To provide the knowledge of basic computer system and learn C Programming Language, helping them to create different software applications and storing the data in files using C Programming language efficiently. The basic knowledge and working with the Linux and PHP enhance the skills of students. Unit

Instructional Objective 

To give exposure of working with windows, Ms- office tools i.e. Ms- word, Ms Excel, Power point, so that the students have sufficient knowledge of the basic computer operations.



To help students to learn C language for creating various computer applications.



To provide hands on practice of working with loops, functions. To give practice of working with of arrays, strings

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To give practice of working of Structures, unions. To give illustrations and implementation of file handling. To give the working practice of working with the Linux and PHP

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UNIT-I

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1. Introduction & demonstration of various components of computer. Introduction to windows: User Interface, icon, folder and its features, Installing Window7, features and various settings in windows, navigation with drives; creating and sharing of folders, moving files into folders; remote desktop connection. 2. Word Processing: Basics Opening Document, saving and closing, text creation and editing, concept of headers & footers, use of formatting features, working with tables; create a resume using word processor. 3. Working with Spread Sheets: Basics, elements of electronic spread sheet, manipulation of cells, providing formulas, insertion/deletion of columns/rows; using spread sheets for small accountings, creation of various charts; create a spread sheet consisting of total marks of student in different subjects and calculate the percentage for same. 4. PowerPoint: Basics, creating presentation, preparation of slides and slide show, slide manipulation, use of design templates, adding pictures/clip art, diagram, tables & charts in slides; create a power point presentation on any topic. 5. Students are required to write a program: Basic programs of C To print messages on screen using escape sequence. To find that given number is even or odd. Write a program to convert the temperature from Centigrade scale to Fahrenheit scale. Write a program to compute compound Interest.

UNIT-II

[15 H]

6. Programs based on loops and jumping statements. To add, subtract, multiply, divide using switch statement. To find the sum of first 100 positive numbers. To find whether a number „n‟ is positive prime number. To print pyramid for different patterns using for loop. To print the factorial of a number.

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To print the sum of first n natural numbers by using recursion. To solve the Tower of Hanoi without recursion. Using recursive function, compute the Fibonacci number „n‟ To print the factorial of a number using recursion. 8. Programs based on Arrays and Strings: To multiply two matrices using arrays. To illustrate the use of Strcat() function through program. To check whether the string is palindrome

UNIT-III

[15 H]

Students are required to write a program: 9. Program based on structure and union. To read & print the record of 5 students using structures. To implement the concept of union.

10. Program based on files for various file operations. To give the working practice of file opening and closing. To give the practice of input/ output operations on file.

11. Programs based on Linux and PHP Installation steps of Linux To give working practice of Basic Commands used in the working of Linux. To give the working practice with VI editor. Print “Hello World” in PHP script. Write a PHP program to print the output “Have a Nice Weekend!” if current day is Friday, otherwise print “ Have a nice day!”

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Text Books: 2. Balagurusamy E., “Programming in ANSI C”, McGraw Hill Publications, ISBN-13: 978-0-07-066909-3, 8th edition 3. Peter Norton and Arthur Griffith, “ Complete Guide to Linux”, Technopedia, , ISBN-13: 978-0-07-066909-3, 3rd edition 4. Achyut Godbole, Atul Kahate, “Web technologies”,McGraw Hill Publications. ISBN-13: 978125906281, 3rd edition Reference Material: 4. Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchi, The C Programming Language (Ansi C Version),ISBN13: 9788120305960, 2nd edition

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Batch-2014

Applied Chemistry Lab Subject Code:ACP-132

Content of the Syllabus Unit-I [10 H] 1. Determination of temporary and permanent hardness of given hard water sample by volumetric analysis. 2. Determination of the amount of residual chlorine present in the given water sample 3. To determine viscosity of the given liquid by Ostwald‟s Viscometer and study viscosity behavior of lubricants by Redwood Viscometer. Ø Allocation of project and collection of samples will be done. Unit – II

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4. To determine Flash point and Fire point of the given lubricant. 5. To estimate the amount of moisture and volatile content in the given coal sample gravimetrically 6. To determine the amount of Vitamin C in the given sample of fruit.

Ø The experimentation part of project will be executed. Unit-III

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7. Application of green chemistry in Diels Alder reaction (4+2 Cycloaddition reaction) using Maleic Acid & Furan, Verification of product formed with melting point apparatus 8. To determine (a) λ-max of a solution of Cobalt Chloride (b) Verify Beer‟s Law and apply it to find the concentration of given unknown solution by spectrophotometer. 9. To separate the mixture of unknown amino acids (minimum 3) into its various components using thin layer Chromatographic Technique and find out the Rf value of the amino acids. Along with the prescribed practical syllabus, every student is required to pursue one project during the semester. The analysis & conclusions of the project will be drawn and the final report will be submitted. Suggested Books: Page 22 of 53

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A.I Vogel:A textbook of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis 2000 4th edition published by Longman group ltd.london (U.K) Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry by V.K Ahluwalia & Renu Aggarwal. (First edition published by university Press,Himayatnagar (Hyderabad) Laboratory Manual on Engineering Chemistry by S.K.Bhasin and Sudha Rani

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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN Batch-2014 Workshop Practice Subject Code:MEP-134 Content of the Syllabus UNIT-I 1. Carpentry Shop: Study of Tools & Operations in Carpentry Shop and Carpentry joints etc. Simple exercises using Jack Plane; to prepare Half-Lap Corner Joint, Mortise & Tennon joint etc. 2. Fitting Shop: Students to learn the use of Fitting Hand Tools, Marking Tools, Measuring Tools and Gauges etc. Exercises: Involving Jobs made out of MS Flats, to make a Square Fitting Job & a Triangular Fitting job Involving operations like Hack sawing, Marking, Filing, Drilling, Tapping and Radiusing etc. [15H] UNIT-II 3. Sheet Metal Shop: Learning use of Sheet-Metal Working Tools. Exercises: Making Jobs out of GI Sheet Metal, With Cylindrical, Conical and Prismatic Shapes. 4. Electrical & Electronics Shop: Introduction to tools and electrical accessories. Exercises: Including preparation of Stair Case wiring and Full Wave Centre Tap Rectifier, Involving the assembling of electronic components on PCB's using soldering. [15H] UNIT-III 5.

Welding Shop: Introduction to Arc welding, welding electrodes, welding joints, welding defects. Exercises on Arc welding to make different types of welded joints. 6. Turning Shop: Introduction to the Centre Lathe, Belt & Gear driven Lathes. Exercises on Centre Lathe involving operations such as Facing, Straight Turning, Step turning, Knurling & Chamfering etc. [15H] Note: Student s are divided equally in above six shops and every students has to complete 2 shops per unit. Text Books: 1) Singh Swarn, Workshop Practice by,S. Chand and Sons. Refrence Material: 1) Chaudhury Hazra ,Workshop Technology, vol I, Media Promotors & Publication 2) Raghuvanshi B. S Workshop Technology, vol I, Dhanpat rai and Sons.

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APT-126

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An ability to understand the working principle of various lasers and its application in fibre optics. An ability to make the connection between the Maxwell equations and optics via the electromagnetic wave equation and Poynting vector. The students will understand the physics of Lorentz contraction, time dilation and mass energy relation. The students will get knowledge on the basic concepts of quantum mechanics and its applications The students will examine the basic theory of statistical mechanics and apply this theory to a wide variety of interesting problems. The students will be able to classify real solid materials based on basic concepts like atomic arrangement, microstructure and crystal binding. They will Apply the theory of X-ray diffraction to determine the lattice structure of crystalline materials and be able to use these principles also for other matter waves. An ability to understand the essential concepts used in nanotechnology, syntheses and fabrication of nanomaterials and appreciate the development of modern nanotechnology.

Unit -1

(15 HRS) LASERS- Fundamentals; spontaneous and stimulated emission; Einstein‟s coefficients; population inversion, three and four level laser schemes, properties of laser beam; Ruby and He-Ne lasers; applications in engineering – drilling, welding, micromachining; in CD writer devices and printers; in medicine as surgical tool; holography. (6 Hrs) FIBER OPTICS - Fiber optics- basic principles; fiber construction, step index and graded index fibers; numerical aperture and fiber parameters; light propagation in fibers- signal distortion and transmission losses; applications in communication systems. (4 Hrs) EM THEORY -Gradient, divergence and curl – physical meaning and mathematical expressions in Cartesian coordinate system; Gauss's theorem and Stoke's theorem; continuity equation, Maxwell's equations in differential and integral forms(statements only); Maxwell's modification of Ampere‟s law and displacement current. Poynting vector and its Page 25 of 53

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significance; electromagnetic wave equation and simple plane wave solutions in non conducting media. (5 Hrs)

Unit- 2 SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY- Inertial and non inertial frames of reference; Galilean transformations, Michelson – Morley experiment (qualitative discussion only); postulates of special theory of relativity; Lorentz transformations; length contraction and time dilatation; addition of velocities; variation of mass with velocity and mass - energy relation (qualitative discussion only). (3 Hrs) QUANTUM PHYSICS- Particle nature of radiation: black body radiation, Rayleigh-Jeans and Planck's radiation laws; discovery of Planck's constant; photo electric effect, Compton scattering and pair production. Wave nature of particles: de- Broglie hypothesis, particle diffraction, Davison - Germer experiment; Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and applications. Postulates of quantum mechanics; Schrodinger theory, time dependent and time independent Schrodinger wave equation; Born interpretation of wave function, normalization and expectation values; simple applications to particle in one dimensional rigid box (infinite deep potential well), finite potential step ,barrier problem and tunneling. (10 Hrs) STATISTICAL PHYSICS -Classical and quantum statistics, distribution functions-MaxwellBoltzmann, Fermi-Dirac, and Bose-Einstein statistics (without derivations), Fermi energy and its significance. (2 Hrs)

Unit -3 SOLID STATE PHYSICS- Free electron theory: density of state function- applications to conductions process in metals, specific heat of solids and thermionic emission. - Band theory of solids: Kronig- Penney model (qualitative discussion only), energy bands, conductors, semiconductors and insulators. - Semiconductors: intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors; p and n type semiconductors; statistics of holes and electrons; Fermi level, Hall effect. (8 Hrs) CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND STRUCTURE DETERMINATION: Bravais lattices, Miller indices, crystal directions and planes; Bragg‟s analysis, different methods (powder method and Laue method) of structure determination. (3 Hrs)

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NANOMATERIALS AND NANO TECHNOLOGY-Nano scale; properties of nanomaterials- optical, electrical, magnetic and structural; synthesis of nanomaterials; quantum wires and quantum dots; special nanomaterials- aerogels ,carbon nanotubes; properties and applications. (4 Hrs) References: 1. Jenkins and White: Fundamentals of Optics (McGraw- Hill). 2. Ghatak: Optics (Tata McGraw- Hill). 3. Griffiths: Introduction to Electrodynamics (Prentice Hall). 4. Beiser: Concepts of Modern Physics (McGraw- Hill). 5. Kittel: Introduction to Solid State Physics (Wiley Eastern). 6. Mani and Mehta: Introduction to Modern Physics (East West). 7. Raghvan: Material Science and Engineering (Eastern Economy Edition). 8. Berkely Physics course: Volume 4 (McGraw- Hill). 9. Kulkarni: Nanotechnology: Principles and Practices (Capitol Publishing). Instructions for the Paper-Setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage) 1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions. 2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks) 3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D from unit III. 4. In the question paper, distribution of the questions should be by considering 30 % numerical part and 70 % conceptual. Course Code Department Teaching the Subject Program Outcome

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Chandigarh University, Gharuan BASIC ELECTRICAL AND L T P C ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING Total Contact Hours – 45 Hours Subject Code EET-127 3 1 0 3.5 Common to all 1st year branches of Engineering-Physics Group Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of semiconductor devices at 10+2 level Marks-100 Internal - 40 External – 60 Course Objective To make students understands electrical & electronics engg. fundamentals and to transfer specific skills, knowledge, values and attitudes, so that students can explain how electricity is applied in practice. Unit Course Outcome Students will understand how to analyze and design simple electrical circuits. I Be able to systematically obtain the equations that characterize the performance of an electric circuit as well as solving both single phase and three-phase circuits in sinusoidal and steady state. Study of principles of electricity to develop machines, devices and systems II Acquire skills in using electrical measuring devices. Students shall be able to understand the basic electronic devices and their working principles III and practical applications.

Contents of the Syllabus UNIT-I DC CIRCUITS: - Basic concepts; concepts of linear, nonlinear, active, passive, unilateral and bilateral elements; ideal and practical voltage & current sources; ohm‟s law; Kirchhoff‟s laws – statement and illustration; method of solving circuits by Kirchhoff‟s laws; DC transients for RL and RC series circuits. AC CIRCUITS:- Generation of single phase A.C voltage and determination of average (mean) and RMS (effective) values of voltage and current with special reference to sinusoidal waveforms; form factor and peak factor; introduction of resistive, inductive and capacitive circuits and their series and parallel combinations; concept of resonance in series and parallel circuits; generation of three phase emf; relation between (phase and line) of voltage/current in star delta connection. (11H) MAGNETIC CIRCUITS: - Magnetic circuit & its similarity with electric circuits; energy stored in a magnetic field; law of electromagnetic Induction, self inductance, mutual inductance, principle of operation of transformer; Introduction to DC motor and Induction motor. (6H) UNIT-II TRANSDUCERS:- Introduction, classification and basic requirement of transducer; introduction working and application of LVDT, and thermistor; introduction and application of digital multimeter; CRO. (5H) SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES: - Working and applications of p-n junction diode; zener diode; Photo diode, FET; Block diagram of an Amplifier; Concept of transistor as an amplifier and its Page 28 of 53

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characteristics; concept of its input/output impedance, gain and Band width; Concept of feedback working of an oscillator. Regulated Power Supply. (10H)

UNIT-III DIGITAL ELECTRONICS: - Digitization and its advantages; binary number system, decimal and hexadecimal; Only Block Diagram for (logic gates and its truth table; flip flops: R-S, J-K, D and T); counter; introduction to D/A, A/D converters (only block diagram). (8H) DATA ACQUISTION SYSTEM:- Analog, Digital and difference between Analog and Digital of Data Acquisition system; Buffer amplifier, signal conditioner, A/D converter. (5H)

Text Books –

1. Vincent Deltoro: Electrical Engineering Fundamentals. Pearson Education 2. William Hayt, Kemmerly, Durbin: engineering Circuit Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill (Sixth edition). 3. M.S Sukheja and T.K Nagasarkar., Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Oxford 4. Reference Material -

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Edward Hughes: Electrical Technology. Pearson Education. (Seventh edition). Joseph. A. Edminster: Electrical Circuits. Schaums outline series. Tata McGraw Hill H.Cotton: Advanced E;ectroca; Technology, Wheeler Publication. Boylestad, Nashelsky: Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory. Pearson Education. Bhargava, Kulshreshtha, Gupta: Basic Electronics & Linear Circuits, TTTI, Chadigarh, Tata McGraw Hill

EET-127 Department Teaching the Subject

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paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60 Hrs

Time: 3

Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage) 1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions. 2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks) 3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D from unit III. 4. In the question paper, distribution of the questions should be by considering 30 % numerical part and 70 % conceptual.

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PCT - 128

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION L T SKILLS Total Contact Hours -24 2 0 (Common to all first year branches of Engineering – Physics Group) Prerequisite -Studied English Language upto senior secondary

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Course Outcome- To make the students realize the importance of good oral and written communication skills in professional life. To upgrade their reading skills with special emphasis on expanding vocabulary and grammatical formations.

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To develop writing skills for short compositions, in the form of paragraph writing, business correspondence etc.

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Business communication: Meaning, importance, types and models, barriers to effective communication, grapevine, verbal and non-verbal communication. Reading Skills: The students will be required to read the following book of prose: Enjoying Everyday English- Grammar and vocabulary of units- TRAVEL, HUMAN INTEREST. Vocabulary: Homonyms, homophones, synonyms, antonyms, collocations. Unit II

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Writing Skills: Paragraph writing (300 words), leave application, permission letter and business letters-sales and inquiry, email etiquette, memorandum writing, notice writing, job application, resume writing. Reading Skills: Enjoying Everyday English- grammar and vocabulary of units- BIOGRAPHY, HUMOUR. Unit III

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Report Writing: Introduction to proposals, types of reports, steps in report writing. Reading Skills: Enjoying Everyday English- grammar and technical vocabulary of units- DISASTER MANAGEMENT, FILMS . Sentence Syntax: Narration, voice, transformation and correction of sentences. Grammar: Nouns, pronouns, verbs, articles, adjectives, conjunctions, prepositions, idioms, tenses. Methodology for teaching: Page 31 of 53

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Business communication: As the topics are largely theoretical, the teacher shall introduce the topics in classroom in the form of lectures and encourage students to read on their own from the reference books. Reading Skills: The teacher may give introduction to the reading passages in the classroom and will encourage students to read on their own other passages from reference books with the help of glossary given at the end of each reading. Students are supposed to keep record of their reading in the form of notes, difficulties, summaries, outlines and reading time for each passage. The teacher may help them in reading fast and retrieving both factual and inferential information with given and additional sets of questions. Writing Skills : Descriptive paragraphs, work-related correspondence, official reports, and notemaking. The teacher shall make students practice and follow the appropriate format and conventions used in such writings. Each unit of Enjoying Everyday English is supplemented with practice material for vocabulary and grammar usage. Students are required to master the contents of these units. Text Books 1. Rao, A. R. K; Enjoying Everyday English. Orient Blackswan- Sangam Books, Hyderabad (2013).

2. Professional Communication Skills - Study Material and Workbook, Chandigarh University. Reference Material 1. Chaturvedi, P.D. and Chaturvedi, M; Business Communication, Pearson Education (2013). 2. Juneja, Om and Mujumdar A; Business Communication: Techniques and Methods, Orient Blackswan (2013). 3. Raman, M. and Sharma, S; Technical Communication-Principles and Practice, Oxford University Press (2013). 4. Bolton, D. and Noel, G; English Grammar in Steps, Richmond Publishing (2012). 5. Murphy, R; Elementary Grammar (Intermediate Level), Cambridge University Press (2013). 6. Hewing, Martin, Advanced English Grammar, Cambridge University Press (2012).

Instructions for the Paper-Setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage) 1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions. 2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)

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3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D from unit III.

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Applied Mathematics-II Subject Code AMT-150

Contents of the Syllabus Unit -I Trigonometry and Elementary functions: De-Moivre‟s theorem, applications of DeMoivre‟s theorem ; real and imaginary parts of exponential function; logarithmic function ; circular function ; hyperbolic functions and inverse functions; summation of trigonometric series (c+ is method). [20H] Unit -II Infinite Series: Convergence and divergence of series; tests of convergence (without proofs), comparison test; Integral test, ratio test, Rabee's test, logarithmic test, Cauchy's root test and Gauss test; convergence and absolute convergence of alternating series.

[10H] Double and Triple Integration : Double and triple Integration; change of order of integration; change of variable; application of double integration to find areas ; review of standard 3-D surfaces like sphere, cylinder and cone(equations & the graphical representations), application of double and triple integration to find volumes. [10H] Unit -III Vector calculus : Scalar and vector fields; differentiation of vectors ; vector differential operators: del ,gradient, divergence, curl and their physical interpretations; formulae involving del applied to point functions and their products (without proofs); line integrals; surface integrals and volume integrals.

Application of vector calculus : flux ; solenoidal and irrotational vectors; Gauss divergence theorem; Green‟s theorem in plane; Stoke‟s theorem (without proofs) and their applications . [20H] . TEXT BOOKS 1. Kreyszig , E., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley,10th Ed.2011. 2. Grewal, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 42th ed.2013. Reference Material: Page 34 of 53

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1. Ray Wylie, C., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th ed., McGraw Hill. 2. Jain, R.K. and lyengar, S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi,2004. 3. Ramana , B.V Advanced Engineering Mathematics, McGraw Hill, July 2006. 4. Thomas,B. and Finney ,R.L.,Calculus and Analytic Geometry, Pearson Education,11th Edition.. Instructions for the paper-setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN Software Foundation-II IBT-151

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Hours 40 20 60

Aim & Objectives: Teaching and Learning Approach: The course will focus on using a teacher-student interactive and decision-oriented learning exercises. For the active learning mode in the course to be effective, participating in class discussions is extremely important along with self paced learning to clear the concepts of software. In addition to the lectures, discussions and demonstrations, students would be required to work on sample applications and exercises Guided Study: Guided study will include Online learning from IBM Career Education @ Campus Portal, text readings, articles on contemporary issues in organization, assignments, case analysis and power point presentations. Assessment: Assessment of the student will be based on mid-term and end term examination and continuous assessment subject to class participation, assignments and presentations. Topic

Coverage

Unit 1

Art and Science of Programming, Introduction to OOPS, Introduction to C++

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Essentials of Programming (classes, Objects), Features of C++, Inheritance, Polymorphism & Encapsulation, Operator Overloading, I/O in C++, Template Functions, Template Classes, Exception Handling

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Unit 4

XML Basics, Document type definitions (DTDs), XML namespaces, XML schema, XPath, XSL transformation Introduction to - Integrated Development Environment – Eclipse, Java Development Tools, Debugging Applications, The Eclipse Architecture, Eclipse Web Tools Platform Project 1.0, Software in Real World

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Text Material & resources: IBM Course Material

CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN Subject Code:PDT-152 Aptitude- II Content of the Syllabus Unit-I Permutation & Combination -Concept of permutations, combinations, circular permutations, fundamental principle of counting. Probability - Concept of probability, sample space and its applications. Coding –decoding - Concept of EJOTY and decoding. Odd man out and Venn diagrams - How to find odd man and solve Venn diagrams. Unit-II Data interpretations - Basic concept and how to read different types of graphs and questions on them. Analytical reasoning - Basic types of blocks and how to read and collect data for the questions and questions on them. Series - Describing different types of series and also revising the Vedic math’s and questions on them. Blood relations - Concept and how to solve the questions on it, with practice. Directions - Concept and how to solve the questions on it, with practice. Unit-III Syllogism - Concept and how to solve the questions on it, with practice. Data sufficiency - Concept and how to solve the questions on it, with practice. Data comparison - Concept and how to solve the questions on it, with practice. Puzzles - Concept and how to solve the questions on it, with practice. Text Books – • Quantitative Aptitude by R.S. Aggarwal, S.Chand . • Face to face with MAT by Arihant publications. • 30 days wonder in math’s by kjs Khurana,S.Chand publications. • Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal, S.Chand publications.

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APP-136

APPLIED PHYSICS LAB Total Contact Hours Common to all branches of Physics Group Prerequisite: Physics learning at 10+2 level

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1. To train engineering students in basis of measurements and the instruments. 2. To give practical training on basic Physics experiments which are useful to engineers. 3. To equip the students with practical knowledge in electronics and optics. Course Outcome

1. It will provide the modest experience that allows students to develop and improve their experimental skills and develop ability to analyze data. 2. Ability to demonstrate the practical skill on measurements and instrumentation techniques of some Physics experiments. Students will develop the ability to use appropriate physical concepts to obtain quantitative solutions to problems in physics. 3. Students will demonstrate basic experimental skills by setting up laboratory equipment safely and efficiently, plan and carry out experimental procedures, and report verbally and in written language the results of the experiment. 4. Students will develop skills by the practice of setting up and conducting an experiment with due regards to minimizing measurement error.

List of Experiments 1. To find out the variation of magnetic field produced along the axis of a circular coil carrying current using Stewart & Gee‟s Apparatus. 2. To find the divergence of LASER beam. 3. To determine the diffraction using LASER beam and find the grating element of diffraction grating. 4. To find the susceptibility of FeCl3 by Quincke‟s method. 5. To determine the Hall coefficient using Hall Effect. 6. To evaluate the energy gap in a semiconductor using four probe method. 7. To determine the numerical aperture of optical fiber. 8. To determine the attenuation and propagation losses in optical fiber. 9. To find the frequency of AC mains using electric vibrator in transverse and longitudinal arrangement. 10. To find the energy losses in B-H curve using CRO. Text books: Sharma,Saroj Physics Experiments for engineers, Oscar publications. Singh ,Devraj Engineering Physics Dhanpat Rai & Co. Page 39 of 53

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Chandigarh University, Gharuan Subject Code EEP-137

BASIC ELECTRICAL AND L T ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAB Total Contact Hours: 24 Hours 0 0 Common to all 1st year branches of Engineering-Physics Group Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of elementary electrical instruments

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To impart the basic knowledge about the electric and magnetic circuits. Course Outcome 1

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To understand the basic principles and abstractions that is used to analyze and design electronic circuits and systems. Students shall be able to understand the basic electronic devices and their working principles and practical applications.

List of Experiments 1. To connect the Digital multimeter for measuring instruments to measure current, voltage and power in AC/DC circuits. 2. To verify Ohm‟s Law and Kirchhoff‟s Laws. 3. To measure power and power factor in a single-phase AC circuit. 4. To find voltage-current relationship in an R-L series circuit and to determine the power factor of the circuit. 5. To verify the working of LVDT. 6. To study the characteristics of a P-N junction diode and Zener diode. 7. To verify the truth table of logic gates. 8. To verify the voltage and current relations in star and delta connected systems. 9. To make a project on regulated power supply. 10. To use a bridge rectifier for full wave rectification of AC supply and to determine the relationship between RMS and average values of rectified voltage. 11. To measure frequency, voltage and current on CRO. 12. To observe the wave shapes of function generator on CRO.

Text book

Bhattacharya S.K. and Rastogi R.K., Experiments in Electrical Engineering, New Age International Publishers Ltd., New Delhi.Text book Page 41 of 53

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PCP - 138

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION L T SKILLS LAB Total Contact Hours -24 0 0 (Common to all first year branches of Engineering – Physics Group) Prerequisite -Studied English Language upto senior secondary

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Course Outcome- To improve a student's self confidence so as to express views and ideas effectively in English through fluent oral communication. To improve social etiquette and body language through small group communication. Active listening skills are learnt and practiced. Through effective use of verbal and non-verbal skills students should lead group discussions independently in English. Be able to make and give a presentation with confidence. Unit I

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Soft Skills Development Verbal Skills - Art of self introduction, greetings, social etiquette. Non-Verbal Skills- Positive body language, posture, gestures, symbols and signs, personal appearance and grooming. Listening Skills- Listening exercises, phonetics, word pronunciation. Unit II

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Reading Skills: Reading exercises, vocabulary. Verbal Skills: Art of complimenting, inviting, congratulating and apologizing. Art of Public Speaking: Extempore, just a minute, group discussion. Unit III

(8 Hrs)

Verbal Skills: Making requests, telephone etiquette. Presentation Skills: Principles and strategies for oral presentations, presentation on a technical topic by the student. English Grammar: Workbook and Study Material Text Books 1) El- Client Software for Listening Skills

2) Professional Communication Skills - Study Material and Workbook, Chandigarh University.

Reference Material 1) Lewis, Norman; Word Power Made Easy (2014). Page 43 of 53

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List of Practicals Software Foundation Lab-II IBP-152 Q1. Raising a number n to a power p is the same as multiplying n by itself p times. Write a function called power ( ) that takes a double value for n and an int value for p, and returns the result as double value. Use a default argument of 2 for p, so that if this argument is omitted, the number will be squared. Write a main ( ) function that gets values from the user to test this function. Q2. A point on the two numbers can represent dimensional plane: an X coordinate and a Y coordinate. For example, (4,5) represents a point 4 units to the right of the origin along the X axis and 5 units up the Y axis. The sum of two points can be defined as a new point whose X coordinate is the sum of the X coordinates of the points and whose Y coordinate is the sum of their Y coordinates. Write a program that uses a class called point to model a point. Define three points, and have the user input values to two of them. Than set the third point equal to the sum of the other two, and display the value of the new point. Interaction with the program might look like this: Enter coordinates for P1: 3 4 Enter coordinates for P2: 5 7 Coordinates of P1 + P2 are: 8, 11 Q 3. Create the equivalent of a four function calculator. The program should request the user to enter a number, an operator, and another number. It should then carry out the specified arithmetical operation: adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing the two numbers. (It should use a switch statement to select the operation). Finally it should display the result. When it finishes the calculation, the program should ask if the user wants to do another calculation. The response can be „Y‟ or „N‟. Some sample interaction with the program might look like this. Page 44 of 53

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Enter first number, operator, second number: 10/ 3 Answer = 3.333333 Do another (Y/ N)? Y Enter first number, operator, second number 12 + 100 Answer = 112 Do another (Y/ N) ? N Q 4. Create two classes DM and DB which store the value of distances. DM stores distances in metres and centimeters and DB in feet and inches. Write a program that can read values for the class objects and add one object of DM with another object of DB. Use a friend function to carry out the addition operation. The object that stores the results maybe a DM object or DB object, depending on the units in which the results are required. The display should be in the format of feet and inches or metres and cenitmetres depending on the object on display. Q 5. Make a class Employee with a name and salary. Make a class Manager inherit from Employee. Add an instance variable, named department, of type string. Supply a method to toString that prints the manager‟s name, department and salary. Make a class Executive inherit from Manager. Supply a method to String that prints the string “Executive” followed by the information stored in the Manager superclass object. Supply a test program that tests these classes and methods. Q6. A hospital wants to create a database regarding its indoor patients. The information to store include a) Name of the patient b) Date of admission c) Disease d) Date of discharge Create a structure to store the date (year, month and date as its members). Create a base class to store the above information. The member function should include functions to enter information and display a list of all the patients in the database. Create a derived class to store the age of the patients. List the information about all the to store the age of the patients. List the information about all the pediatric patients (less than twelve years in age). Q 7. Create a class rational which represents a numerical value by two double valuesNUMERATOR & DENOMINATOR. Include the following public member Functions: • Constructor with no arguments (default). • Constructor with two arguments. • Void reduce ( ) that reduces the rational number by eliminating the highest common factor between the numerator and denominator. • Add two rational numbers by mean of member function. Write a main ( ) to test all the functions in the class. Q 8. Imagine a tollbooth with a class called toll Booth. The two data items are a type unsigned int to hold the total number of cars, and a type double to hold the total amount of money collected. A constructor initializes both these to 0. A member function called Page 45 of 53

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payingCar ( ) increments the car total and adds 0.50 to the cash total. Another function, called nopayCar ( ), increments the car total but adds nothing to the cash total. Finally, a member function called displays the two totals. Include a program to test this class. This program should allow the user to push one key to count a paying car, and another to count a nonpaying car. Pushing the ESC key should cause the program to print out the total cars and total cash and then exit. Q 9. In continuation with question 7, overload following operators for rational class: • Overload + operator to add two rational number. • Overload >> operator to enable input through cin. • Overload << operator to enable output through cout. Write a main ( ) to test all the functions in the class. Q10. Create a class MAT of size m*n. Define all possible matrix operations for MAT type objects. Q 11. Consider the following class definition class father { protected : int age; public; father (int x) {age = x;} virtual void iam ( ) { cout < < “I AM THE FATHER, my age is : ”<< age<< end1:} }; Derive the two classes son and daughter from the above class and for each, define iam ( ) to write our similar but appropriate messages. You should also define suitable constructors for these classes. Now, write a main ( ) that creates objects of the three classes and then calls iam ( ) for them. Declare pointer to father. Successively, assign addresses of objects of the two derived classes to this pointer and in each case, call iam ( ) through the pointer to demonstrate polymorphism in action. Q12. Write a function called reversit ( ) that reverses a string (an array of char). Use a for loop that swaps the first and last characters, then the second and next to last characters and so on. The string should be passed to reversit ( ) as an argument. Write a program to exercise reversit ( ). The program should get a string from the user, call reversit ( ), and print out the result. Use an input method that allows embedded blanks. Test the program with Napoleon‟s famous phrase, “Able was I ere I saw Elba)”. Q 13. Assume that a bank maintains two kinds of accounts for customers, one called as savings account and the other as current account. The savings account provides compound interest and withdrawal facilities but no cheque book facility. The current account provides cheque book facility but no interest. Current account holders should also maintain a minimum balance and if the balance falls below this level, a service charge is imposed. Page 46 of 53

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Create a class account that stores customer name, account number and type of account. From this derive the classes cur_acct and sav_acct to make them more specific to their requirements. Include necessary member functions in order to achieve the following tasks: a) Accept deposit from a customer and update the balance. b) Display the balance. c) Compute and deposit interest. d) Permit withdrawal and update the balance. e) Check for the minimum balance, impose penalty, necessary and update the balance. f) Do not use any constructors. Use member functions to initialize the class members. Q 14. Create a base class called shape. Use this class to store two double type values that could be used to compute the area of figures. Derive two specific classes called triangle and rectangle from the base shape. Add to the base class, a member function get_data ( ) to initialize baseclass data members and another member function display_area ( ) to compute and display the area of figures. Make display_area ( ) as a virtual function and redefine this function in the derived classes to suit their requirements. Using these three classes, design a program that will accept dimensions of a triangle or a rectangle interactively and display the area. Remember the two values given as input will be treated as lengths of two sides in the case of rectangles and as base and height in the case of triangles and used as follows: Area of rectangle = x * y Area of triangle = ½ * x * y Q15. Write a program in C++ files to read the contents of your program & display the same on the console using get & put functions. Q 16. Write a program with the following:  A function to read two double type numbers from the keyboard  A function to calculate the division of these two numbers.  A try block to throw an exception when a wrong type of data is keyed in.  A try block to detect & throw an exception if the condition “divide by zero” occurs.  Appropriate catch block to handle the exceptions thrown. Q 17. Write a function template for searching a value contained in an array. Q18. Write a function template to sort an array by any of the sorting technique.

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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN ENGINEERING DRAWING L T P C Total Contact Hours - 90 2 0 4 4 (Common to all first year Branches of MET-129 Engineering – Physics Group) Prerequisite: Drawing Hall with Over Head Projector and B1 size (1000 X 700 mm) drawing boards for strength of 60 students. Marks Internal - 40 External – 60 Course Objective To introduce the students to engineering drawing, the universal language and tools of communication of engineers. Unit 1

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Course Outcome To make the students thorough in understanding and using the various concepts, elements and grammar of engineering graphics. Enhancing imagination, visualization, presentation and interpretation skills. To understand engineering drawing as a formal and precise way of communicating information about the shape, size, feature and precision of physical objects. To accurately and unambiguously capture all the geometric features of a product or a component. The conversion of 2D drawings into 3D and vice versa. The fundamentals of CAD (computer aided drafting) and 3 dimensional modeling.

Content of the Syllabus UNIT - I

(30 Hours)

1. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing Scope and Importance of Engineering Drawing; Drawing instruments and their uses; Indian standards for drawing; (SP-46:1988).Sheet layout and planning, technical lettering and conventions for lines and materials. Introduction to general principles of dimensioning. Scales (Plain and Diagonal). (15 hrs) 2. Projection of points Projections and their types; Orthographic Projection; Introduction to planes of projection (reference planes) and auxiliary planes. Projection of point in all the four quadrants, calculation of shortest distance. (6 hrs) 3. Projection of lines Projection of lines in different quadrants according to its orientation/position with horizontal, vertical and profile plane; true and apparent lengths; traces of lines; finding out the true length and true inclinations of the line inclined to both the reference planes using rotating line method and rotating trapezoidal plane method. (9 hrs) UNIT – II

(30 Hours)

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4. Projection of Planes Projections of plane surfaces-triangle, square, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon and circular planes in different positions when plane is parallel to one of the reference planes, inclined to one of the reference planes and perpendicular to other and inclined to both reference planes. (6 hrs) 5. Projection of Solids Solids and their classification; right and oblique solids, projections of right regular- prisms, pyramids, cylinders and cones in different positions when their axis is parallel to one of the reference planes, inclined to one or both of the reference planes. (12 hrs) 6. Sections of Solids Introduction to sectioning and its importance; methods of sectioning, apparent shape and true shape of sections of right regular prisms, pyramids, cylinders and cones resting on horizontal plane on their base. (12 hrs) UNIT – III

(30 Hours)

7. Development of Surfaces Development of lateral surface of right regular prism, pyramid, cylinder and cone resting on their base on horizontal plane with their frustum and truncation. (12 hrs) 8. Isometric Projection Introduction, isometric scale, isometric projection of simple plane figures, isometric projection of cube, square block, right regular prisms, pyramids, cylinders and cones and their combinations. (9 hrs) 9. Orthographic Projection Orthographic projections of simple solids from the given 3D/isometric view.

(9 hrs)

Drawing hall practical work shall be on A2 (450mm x 625mm - untrimmed) size drawing sheets. Text Books –

1. Rhodes R.S, Cook L.B; Basic Engineering Drawing, Pitman Publishers. 2. Rana and Shah; Engineering Drawing, Pearson India Publishers. 3. Jolhe D.A; Engineering Drawing, Tata McGraw Hill Publications. Reference Material -

1. Ostrowsky.O; Engineering Drawing with CAD application , Routledge Publishers. 2. Aggarwal B; Engineering Drawing, Tata McGraw Hill Publications. 3. Gill P.S; Engineering Drawing , S.K. Kataria and Sons Publications. Page 49 of 53

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4. Dhawan R. K; Engineering Drawing , S. Chand and Sons Publishers. 5. Bhatt N.D; Engineering Drawing, Charotar Publication.

Instructions for the Paper-Setter Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the students have been prepared according to this format. Maximum Marks = 60

Time: 3 Hrs

Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage) 1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions. 2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks) 3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D from unit III.

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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN AUTOCAD LAB L T P C Total Contact Hours – 30 0 0 2 1 (Common to all first year Branches of MEP - 139 Engineering – Physics Group) Prerequisite: Computer Lab with AutoCAD 2010 or more recent AutoCAD software for 20 students and over head projector facility Marks Internal – 60 External - 40 Course Objective To facilitate the students with basic understanding of fundamentals of CAD (computer aided drafting) and 3 dimensional modeling. Unit Course Outcome Students shall learn to use all the tool palettes of AutoCAD software and also learn to 1 draw simple and complex drawings. Students shall learn to draw simple drawings of objects like lines, planes, prisms, 2 pyramids and solids of revolution in various positions. The conversion of 2D drawings into 3D and vice versa. 3 The fundamentals of 3 dimensional modeling.

Content of the Syllabus UNIT –I

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1. Introduction of CAD (computer aided drafting) Software and its GUI (graphic user interface), Co-ordinate System Basics and UCS (user coordinate system) commands(1 hr) 2. Study of all the status bar commands, limits, units, zoom, pan commands.

(1 hr)

3. Study of various toolbars of AutoCAD software (Draw, Modify, Object Snap, Dimensioning etc).

(4 hrs)

4. Practice of atleast two drawings related to projection of lines (inclined to both the reference plane) in AutoCAD software. UNIT –II

(4 hrs) (10 hours)

5. Practice of atleast two drawings related to projection of planes (two and three stage). (2 hrs) 6. Practice of atleast two drawings related to projection of solids (two and three stage). (4 hrs)

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Applied Sciences ( Information Security, Cloud Based Application, Big Data Analytic ) 7. Practice of atleast two drawings from section of solids.

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UNIT –III

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8. Practice of atleast two drawings from development of surfaces.

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9. Practice of atleast two drawings isometric projection using iso-plane option.

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10. Drawing 3D objects using extrude, revolve etc commands and drawing their orthographic projections.

(4 hrs)

Text Books – 1. Richard & Fitzgerald; Introduction to AutoCAD: A Modern Perspective, Prentice Hall Reference Material 1. Randy H. Shih; An Introduction to Autodesk Inventor 2012 and AutoCAD 2012, SDC Publications 2. Ostrowsky.O; Engineering Drawing with CAD application , Routledge Publishers MEP – 139 Department Teaching the Subject Program Outcome

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