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Gulzar Group of Institutions

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Electronics & Communication Engineering

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Being the Head of the Department I am delighted to express my thoughts about the Department of best electronics and communication colleges in Punjab at Gulzar Group of Institutions. It offers a four years full-time B.Tech program in electronics and communication.

 

There is massive popularity for the course as it has a foot in every door within the niche it occupies. We teach the basics of a diploma in electronics and communication engineering and how it integrates into modern-day applications. We also teach the principles of computing and the foundations of electronics and communication programs that we consider mainstream today. Along with this, we give students insight into the functional understanding of coding and how to utilize it in tandem with electronics courses.

The top electronics and communication colleges in India offer professional technical training that keeps pace with the latest developments in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. Not only that but Gulzar Group of Institutions is also considered the best college for Electronics & Communication Engineering courses in Khanna. We have excellent infrastructure, highly experienced faculties, and professionals, associated with research work which collectively ensures the scope & opportunity of ECE and a dynamic & vibrant environment in the department.

 

An electronics and communication engineer can work in telecom industries, software industries, aviation and avionics, consumer electronics, electricity plant, manufacturing, transportation, communication & telecommunication, computer application, radio & television, diagnostic equipment manufacturing, and offshore companies. Besides, there is also high demand in fields such as network engineering, aeronautics electronics systems, electronic surveillance system, mobile communication, embedded systems, power industry & software development.

 

We aim to produce quality professionals in this field to compete globally and provide the best college for electronics and communication engineering in Ludhiana, excel by carrying out basic and applied research in emerging areas by forging strong industry-institute interaction

 

Mr. Kulwinder Singh

Head of Department

Department Vision

  1. Establish a unique learning environment to enable the students to face the challenges of the Electronics and Communication Engineering field.
  2. To adopt the best educational methods to improve the teaching-learning process continuously.
  3. To keep updated with the latest technological innovations to enhance the R&D activities.
  4. To provide the best learning environment to the students, faculty, and staff members conducive to creating excellence in technical education.

Department Mission

To become a nationally recognized center of excellence that produces skilled, innovative, and ethical engineers relevant for academics and industry offering quality higher education in the Electronics and Communication Engineering field with a research focus.

PROGRAM EDUCATION OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO1: Recognize, synthesize and apply the acquired knowledge in basic sciences and mathematics in solving Electronics and Communication Engineering problems.

PEO2: Design and implement analog and digital electronic circuits for modern communication systems with given specifications.

PEO3: Inculcate the habit of teamwork using modern methods to achieve project objectives.

PEO4: Communicate effectively, demonstrate leadership qualities, and exhibit professional conduct in their career.

PEO5: Involve in lifelong self-learning, career enhancement, and adapt to changing multidisciplinary professional and social needs.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identity, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

 

PSO-1: Apply the fundamental concepts of electronics and communication engineering to design a variety of components and systems for applications including signal processing, image processing, communication, networking, embedded systems, VLSI, and control system.

PSO-2: Select and apply cutting-edge engineering hardware and software tools to solve complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems.


Course Outcomes (CO’s) for B. Tech ECE

Semester: III
BTEC301-18 Electronic Devices 
Students will be able to

  • BTCS301-18.1 Understand physics of semiconductors and behavior of charge carriers within semiconductors
  • BTCS301-18.2 Understand the working of semiconductor diodes supported with mathematical explanation.
  • BTCS301-18.3 Understand the working of BJT and MOSFET with their equivalent small signal models.
  • BTCS301-18.4 Understand the chemical processes used in fabrication of integrated circuits.

BTEC302-18 Digital System Designs 

Students will be able to

  • BTCS302-18.1 Apply concepts of Boolean algebra for handling logical expressions. 
  • BTCS302-18.2 Understand working and realization of combinational circuits.
  • BTCS302-18.3 Understand working flip-flops and use them in designing sequential circuits.
  • BTCS302-18.4 Understand fundamental concepts of logic families and architecture of programmable devices.
  • BTCS302-18.5 Use HDL programming tools for simulation of combinational & sequential circuits.

BTEC303-18 Electromagnetic Waves 

Students will be able to

  • BTCS303-18.1 Understand characteristics & wave propagation through transmission lines.
  • BTCS303-18.2 Understand Maxwell’s equations for electromagnetic waves. 
  • BTCS303-18.3 Characterize uniform plane waves.
  • BTCS303-18.4 Calculate reflection and transmission of waves at the media interface.

BTAM303-18 Mathematics III 
Students will be able to

  • BTAM303-18.1 Learn the mathematical tools needed in evaluating multiple integrals and their usage.
  • BTAM303-18.2 Learn the effective mathematical tools for the solutions of differential equations that model physical processes.
  • BTAM303-18.3 Learn the tools of differentiation and integration of functions of a complex variable that are used in various techniques dealing with engineering problems.
  • BTAM303-18.4 Learn to introduce the solution methodologies for second order Partial Differential Equations with applications in engineering.
  • BTAM303-18.5 Learn to provide an overview of probability and statistics to engineers.

BTEC304-18 Network Theory 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC304-18.1 Analyze linear networks using network theorems.
  • BTEC304-18.2 Use Laplace transform to analyze transient & steady state response of linear networks.
  • BTEC304-18.3 Comprehend network parameters to analyze two port networks.
  • BTEC304-18.4 Realize one port networks using Foster’s and Cauer’s methods.

BTEC311-18 Electronic Devices Lab
Students will be able to

  • BTEC311-18.1 Realize use of diodes in circuits with proper understanding of their working.
  • BTEC311-18.2 Understand characteristics & working of BJT in different configurations.
  • BTEC311-18.3 Understand characteristics & working of MOSFET in circuits
  • BTEC311-18.4 Think and design working circuits based on diodes, BJTs and MOSFETs.

BTEC312-18 Digital System Designs Lab 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC312-18.1 Realize combinational circuits using logic gates.
  • BTEC312-18.2 Realize sequential circuits using logic gates.
  • BTEC312-18.3 Write & simulate VHDL programs for combinational & sequential circuits.
  • BTEC312-18.4 Think and design working projects using digital 74XX ICs.

Semester: IV

BTEC401-18 Analog Circuit 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC401-18.1 Understand the biasing of transistors and analyze BJT/FET amplifiers.
  • BTEC401-18.2 Analyze various rectifier and amplifier circuits.
  • BTEC401-18.3 Analyze sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators.
  •  BTEC401-18.4 Understand various types of Power Amplifiers.

BTEC402-18 Microprocessors & Microcontrollers 

Students will be able to

  • BTEC402-18.1 Understand architecture &functionalities of different building blocks of 8085 microprocessor.
  • BTEC402-18.2 Understand working of different building blocks of 8051 microcontroller.
  • BTEC402-18.3 Comprehend and apply programming aspects of 8051 microcontroller.
  • BTEC402-18.4 Interface & interact with different peripherals and devices.

BTEC301-18 Data Structures & Algorithms 
Students will be able to

  • BTCS301-18.1 Understand operations like searching, insertion, deletion, traversing on linear Data Structures and to determine their computational complexities.
  • BTCS301-18.2 Understand operations like searching, insertion, deletion, traversing on various non linear Data Structures and to determine their computational complexities
  • BTCS301-18.3 Write algorithms for Selection Sort, Bubble Sort, Insertion Sort, Quick Sort, Merge Sort, Heap Sort and compare their performance in terms of Space and Time complexity.
  • BTCS301-18.4 Apply appropriate Data Structure as per specific problem definition.

BTEC403-18 Signals & Systems 

Students will be able to

  • BTEC403-18.1 Mathematically characterize different types of signals and systems. 
  • BTEC403-18.2 Analyze the behaviour of linear-shift invariant systems.
  • BTEC403-18.3 Apply concepts of Fourier and Laplace Transforms to analyze continuous-time signals and systems.
  • BTEC403-18.4 Investigate discrete-time signals and systems using Discrete-Time Fourier and Z-Transforms and simple Probability concepts.

EVS101-18 Environmental Sciences
Students will be able to

  • EVS101-18.1 Understand environmental problems at local and national level through literature and general awareness.
  • EVS101-18.2 Gain practical knowledge by visiting wildlife areas, environmental institutes and various personalities who have done practical work on various environmental Issues.
  • EVS101-18.3 Apply an interdisciplinary approach to understand key environmental issues and critically analyze them to explore the possibilities to mitigate these problems.
  • EVS101-18.4 Reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world.

BTEC411-18 Analog Circuits Lab
Students will be able to

  • BTEC411-18.1 Study and verify the characteristics of diodes/BJTs in circuits with proper understanding of their working.
  • BTEC411-18.2 Understand frequency response & working of various types of Oscillators.
  • BTEC411-18.3 Understand characteristics & working of Power amplifiers.
  • BTEC411-18.4 Think and design working circuits based on diodes, BJTs and MOSFETs.

 

BTEC412-18 Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab
Students will be able to

  • BTEC412-18.1 Write programs for common arithmetic operations with 8-bit/16-bit numbers using 8085.
  • BTEC412-18.2 Write programs for transfer, sort block of data with 8085/8086 processor(s).
  • BTEC412-18.3 Write programs for controlling stepper and DC motors using Microprocessor(s).
  • BTEC412-18.4 Write programs to generate waveforms and interface ADC and DAC using 8051 Microcontroller.

Semester: V

BTEC501-18 Analog and Digital Communication 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC501-18.1 Analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes for their efficiency and bandwidth.
  • BTEC501-18.2 Analyze the behavior of a communication system in presence of noise.
  • BTEC501-18.3 Investigate pulsed modulation systems and analyze their system performance.
  • BTEC501-18.4 Analyze different digital modulation schemes and can compute the bit error performance.

BTEC502-18 Digital Signal Processing 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC502-18.1 Represent signals mathematically in continuous and discrete-time and frequency domain.
  • BTEC502-18.2 Get the response of an LSI system to different signals.
  • BTEC502-18.3 Design of different types of digital filters for various applications.

BTEC503-18 Linear Integrated Circuits 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC503-18.1 Understand Differential and Cascade Amplifiers.
  • BTEC503-18.2 Know the basics, working and characteristics of Op-Amps. 
  • BTEC503-18.3 Investigate various applications of Op-amps.
  • BTEC503-18.4 Understand some specialized Op-Amps.
  • BTEC503-18.5 Interpretation of Data Sheets and their Applications thereof.

BTEC504-18 Control Systems 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC504-18.1 Characterize a system and find its study state behaviour. BTEC504-18.2 Investigate stability of a system using different tests.
  • BTEC504-18.3 Design various controllers.
  • BTEC504-18.4 Solve linear, nonlinear and optimal control problems.

BTEC505-18 Project Management 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC505-18.1  Study the basic concepts of Project Management
  • BTEC505-18.2 Learn about Project selection and organisation.
  • BTEC505-18.3 Understand Project planning and scheduling.
  • BTEC505-18.4 Learn about Project Monitoring, control and performance.

BTEC511-18 Analog and Digital Communication Lab
Students will be able to

  • BTEC511-18.1 Study and verify the characteristics and output waveforms of AM, FM, PCM.
  • BTEC511-18.2 Study and compare noise in AM and FM systems.
  • BTEC511-18.3 Investigate the output responses of PAM, PCM, PSK, FSK, MSK.

BTEC512-18 Digital Signal Processing Lab 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC512-18.1 Write programs to develop various signals.
  • BTEC512-18.2 Write programs to generate standard sequences.
  • BTEC512-18.3 Develop programs to verify convolution.
  • BTEC512-18.4 Develop programs to design various filters.

BTEC513-18 Linear Integrated Circuits Lab 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC513-18.1 Study and investigate the configurations of Differential amplifiers. 
  • BTEC513-18.2 Measure the performance parameters of am OP-Amp.
  • BTEC513-18.3 Use Op-Amps for various applications.

Semester VI

BTEC601-18 Wireless Communication
Students will be able to

  • BTEC601-18.1 Understand the basic elements of Cellular Radio Systems and its design.
  • BTEC601-18.2 Learn about the concept’s Digital communication through fading multipath channels.
  • BTEC601-18.3 Understand various Multiple Access techniques for Wireless communication.
  • BTEC601-18.4 Know about the Wireless standards and systems.

BTCS504-18 Computer Networks 
Students will be able to

  • BTCS504-18.1 Explain the functions of the different layers of the OSI Protocol. BTCS504-18.2 Describe the function of each block of wide-area networks (WANs),
  • local area networks (LANs) and Wireless LANs (WLANs).
  • BTCS504-18.3 Develop the network programming for a given problem related to TCP/IP protocol.
  • BTCS504-18.4 Learn about DNS DDNS, TELNET, EMAIL, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), WWW, HTTP, SNMP, Bluetooth, Firewalls using open- source available software and tools.

BTEC602-18 Optical Fibres & Communication 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC602-18.1 Understand the basics of Optical Communication and Optical fibres.
  • BTEC602-18.2 Learn about the Optical Transmitters and Receivers.
  • BTEC602-18.3 Explain the Lightwave Architecture and systems.
  • BTEC602-18.4 Ability to explain the manufacturing, modulation and wave mixing in Optical Communication

BTEC603-18 Microwave & Antenna Engineering 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC603-18.1 Understand the working and operation of various Microwave Tubes and Microwave Solid-state devices.
  • BTEC603-18.2 Learn about various important Microwave Components and the Microwave measurements that can be carried out.
  • BTEC603-18.3 Explain the basic concepts and types of Antennas and its regions.
  • BTEC603-18.4 Describe the important concepts of Antenna Arrays and AntennaAperture.

BTEC906A-18 WLAN and Security 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC906A-18.1  Develop an understanding of WLAN and its architecture.
  • BTEC906A-18.2  Understand the gap between wired and wireless networks.
  • BTEC906A-18.3  Build the knowledge of security building blocks which enable them to solve the problems of designing security solutions in wireless networks.
  • BTEC906A-18.4  Learn the wireless LAN authentication protocols in detail, and enhance the skills of configuring a secure wireless network.

BTEC611-18 Optical Fibres & Communication Lab 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC611-18.1 To perform experiments based on optical communication in order to understand in depth concepts of the latest communication system.
  • BTEC611-18.2 To study various types of optical sources and light detectors.
  • BTEC611-18.3 To know methods of slicing and connecting techniques of optical fibres.
  • BTEC611-18.4 To study different types of losses in optical fibres.
  • BTEC611-18.5 To know applications of optical fibres.

BTEC612-18 Microwave & Antenna Engineering Lab 
Students will be able to

  • BTEC612-18.1 Learn about general Microwave components and Microwave benches. 
  • BTEC612-18.2 Measure common parameters related to Microwave Oscillator(s).
  • BTEC612-18.3 Determine frequency and wavelength of waveguides
  • BTEC612-18.4 Measure and plot radiation patterns of various types of Antennas.

Course Outcomes (CO’s) for Diploma ECE

Semester I

2952 Applied Mathematics 
Students will be able to

  • 2952.1 Apply Complex Number and its representation for two-dimensional designing and related calculations. They will be able to apply this knowledge to many engineering problems like alternating current/voltage. The concept of rotation of a vector using iota will enable them to solve many engineering problems.
  • 2952.2 Apply the basic concepts of Permutation and Combination to find out how many possible ways or arrangements are possible for a particular problem and its solutions. They will be able to count without actual counting. They will be able to apply this concept in the understanding of the Binomial Theorem and demonstrate better reasoning in different analytical situations.
  • 2952.3 Calculate the approximate value of certain expressions and extract roots of certain expressions in many engineering problems by Application of the Binomial Theorem.
  • 2952.4 Resolve a fraction to further fractions by applying basic concepts of Partial Fractions. They will be able to use and apply this knowledge in Integral Calculus.
  • 2952.5 Solve engineering problems that are in matrix format by applying the basic understanding of Matrices and their properties, which are usually less computational. Further, this understanding will work as a backbone for the use and development of software in many engineering applications. The study of matrices and their properties will also provide an educational base for continuing study and provide solutions to many engineering problems by different methodologies.
  • 2952.6 Design and solve related problems like construction of roads, dams, and bridges, and calculation of height, distance, elevation, etc. By understanding basic concepts of Trigonometry and 2 D geometry, they will be able to apply the same in different situations in surveying, navigation, astronomy, and many other engineering problems. They will also be able to draw graphs of trigonometric functions for many applications in the solution of engineering problems.
  • 2952.7 Write the equations of a geometric shape used in many engineering problems such as straight lines and circles. With the use of coordinate geometry, they will be able to explore and evaluate the idea of location, graph, linear relationships between two forms, and distance between two lines, which will be useful in solving engineering problems. They will be able to calculate the distance between a point and a line.

4852 English & Communication Skills
Students will be able to

  • 4852.1 Pronounce properly.
  • 4852.2 Overcome communication barriers.
  • 4852.3 Write legibly and effectively.
  • 4852.4 Listen in proper perspective.
  • 4852.5 Read various genres adopting different reading techniques.
  • 4852.6 Converse logically.

5752 Applied Physics
Students will be able to

  • 5752.1 Identify physical quantities, parameters and select their units for use in engineering solutions and make measurements with accuracy by optimising different types of errors.
  • 5752.2 Represent physical quantities as scalar and vectors and calculate area of an engineering design and determine net flow (flux) through a given closed surface, etc.
  • 5752.3 Solve difficult problems (walking of man, horse and cart problem, flying of bird/ aircraft, etc.
  • 5752.4 Analyse and design banking of roads/railway tracks and apply conservation of momentum principle to Explain rocket propulsion, recoil of gun etc.
  • 5752.5 Define work, energy and power and their units. Drive work, power and energy relationship and solve problems about work and power.
  • 5752.6 Classify sources of energy as renewable or non-renewable. State the principle of conservation of energy. Give advantages and disadvantages of each energy source and Identify forms of energy conversions. Compare and contrast the physical properties associated with linear motion and rotational motion and give examples of conservation of angular momentum. Describe the surface tension phenomenon and its units, cause of surface tension and effects of temperature on surface tension and Solve statics problems that involve surface tension related forces.
  • 5752.7 Describe the viscosity of liquids, coefficient of viscosity and the various factors affecting its value. calculate the viscosity of an unknown fluid using Stokes' Law and the terminal velocity.
  • 5752.8 Define stress and strain. State Hooke’s law and conditions under which it is valid. Given an engineering stress–strain diagram, determine (a) the modulus of elasticity, (b) the yield strength (0.002 strain offset), and (c) the tensile strength, and (d) estimate the percent elongation.
  • 5752.9 Express physical work in term of heat and temperature; Measure temperature in various processes on different scales (Celsius, Kelvin Fahrenheit etc.)
  • 5752.10 Distinguish between conduction, convection and radiation, identify the different methods for reducing heat losses.
  • 5752.11 Define the terms: specific heat capacity, specific latent heat, analyse the result of heat transfer between bodies at different temperatures and states measure the specific heat capacity of a solid or a liquid.

6052 Applied Chemistry 
Students will be able to

  • 6052.1 Classify various substances based on state of aggregation.
  • 6052.2 Ascertain qualitatively few physical properties of substances such as density melting and boiling points etc qualitatively.
  • 6052.3 Calculate qualitative and quantitative of simple chemical substances.
  • 6052.4 Explain and substantiate the laws of chemical combinations.
  • 6052.5 Substantiate the laws and principles on which structure of atom is established.
  • 6052.6 Explain and predict properties of substances.
  • 6052.7 Explain various engineering properties of substances.
  • 6052.8 Prepare solutions of required concentrations.
  • 6052.9 Prepare pH and buffer solutions and understand their significance industrial process such as electrolysis, electrochemical machining ofmaterials etc.
  • 6052.10 Explain sources of water and various characteristics of water (quantitatively).
  • 6052.11 Explain cause and factors which can adversely affecting natural water quality and remedial measures available for water purification to achieve water quality standards required for domestic, agricultural and industrial applications.
  • 6052.12 Explain the reasons for scarcity of natural water (locally and globally) on mother Earth.
  • 6052.13 Think critically, develop and adapt water conservation techniques.
  • 6052.14 Explain corrosion of metal and their preventive measures.
  • 6052.15 Classify the substance based on the electric behavior and apply these laws/principles efficiently in industrial electrochemical processes.
  • 6052.16 Distinguish and construct electrochemical cells and electrolytic cells.
  • 6052.17 Explain the principle and mechanisms of latest electrochemical machining technology.
  • 6052.18 Explain various biochemical process, pollutions and their control measures polymers, composites etc.

7152 Engineering Drawing
Students will be able to

  • 7152.1 Identify and use of different grades of pencils and other drafting instruments which are used in engineering field.
  • 7152.2 Draw free hand sketches of various kinds of objects.
  • 7152.3 Utilize various types of lines used in engineering drawing.
  • 7152.4 Read and apply different dimensioning methods on drawing of objects.
  • 7152.5 Use different types of scales and their utilization in reading and reproducing drawings of objects and maps.
  • 7152.6  Draw 2 - dimensional view of different objects viewed from different angles (orthographic views).
  • 7152.7 Draw and interpret complete inner hidden details of an object which are otherwise not visible in normal view.
  • 7152.8 Generate isometric (3D) drawing from different 2D (orthographic) views/sketches.
  • 7152.9 Identify conventions for different engineering materials, symbols, sections of regular objects and general fittings used in Civil and Electrical household appliances.
  • 7152.10 Use basic commands of AutoCAD.

5852 English & Communication Skill
Lab Students will be able to

  • 5852.1 Pronounce properly.
  • 5852.2 Overcome communication barriers.
  • 5852.3 Write legibly and effectively.
  • 5852.4 Listen in proper prospective.
  • 5852.5 Read various genres adopting different reading techniques.
  • 5852.6 Converse logically.

6752 Applied Physics I Lab 
Students will be able to

  • 6752.1 Identify physical quantities, parameters and select their units for use in engineering solutions and make measurements with accuracy by optimising different types of errors.
  • 6752.2 Represent physical quantities as scalar and vectors and calculate area of an engineering design and determine net flow (flux) through a given closed surface, etc.
  • 6752.3 Solve difficult problems (walking of man, horse and cart problem, flying of bird/ aircraft, etc.
  • 6752.4 Analyse and design banking of roads/railway tracks and apply conservation of momentum principle to Explain rocket propulsion, recoil of gun etc.
  • 6752.5 Define work, energy and power and their units. Drive work, power and energy relationship and solve problems about work and power.
  • 6752.6 Classify sources of energy as renewable or nonrenewable. State the principle of conservation of energy. Give advantages and disadvantages of each energy source and Identify forms of energy, conversions. Compare and contrast the physical properties associated with linear motion and rotational motion and give examples of conservation of angular momentum. Describe the surface tension phenomenon and its units, cause of surface tension and effects of temperature on surface tension and Solve statics problems that involve surface tension related forces.
  • 6752.7 Describe the viscosity of liquids, coefficient of viscosity and the various factors affecting its value. calculate the viscosity of an unknown fluid using Stokes' Law and the terminal velocity.
  • 6752.8 Define stress and strain. State Hooke’s law and conditions under which it is valid. Given an engineering stress–strain diagram, determine (a) the modulus of elasticity, (b) the yield strength (0.002 strain offset), and (c) the tensile strength, and (d) estimate the percent elongation.
  • 6752.9 Express physical work in term of heat and temperature; Measure temperature in various processes on different scales (Celsius, Kelvin Fahrenheit etc.)
  • 6752.10 Distinguish between conduction, convection and radiation, identify the different methods for reducing heat losses.
  • 6752.11 Define the terms: specific heat capacity, specific latent heat, analyse the result of heat transfer between bodies at different temperatures and states measure the specific heat capacity of a solid or a liquid.

7052 Applied Chemistry I Lab
Students will be able to

  • 7052.1 Classify various substances based on state of aggregation.
  • 7052.2 Ascertain qualitatively few physical properties of substances such as density melting and boiling points etc qualitatively.
  • 7052.3 Calculate qualitative and quantitative of simple chemical substances.
  • 7052.4 Explain and substantiate the laws of chemical combinations.
  • 7052.5 Substantiate the laws and principles on which structure of atom is established.
  • 7052.6 Explain and predict properties of substances.
  • 7052.7 Explain various engineering properties of substances.
  • 7052.8 Prepare solution of required concentrations.
  • 7052.9 Prepare pH and buffer solutions and understand their significance in industrial process such as electrolysis, electrochemical machining of materials etc.
  • 7052.10 Explain sources of water and various characteristics of water (quantitatively).
  • 7052.11 Explain cause and factors which can adversely affecting natural water quality and remedial measures available for water purification to achieve water quality standards required for domestic, agricultural and industrial applications.
  • 7052.12 Explain the reasons for scarcity of natural water (locally and globally) on mother Earth.
  • 7052.13 Think critically, develop and adapt water conservation techniques.
  • 7052.14 Explain corrosion of metal and their preventive measures.
  • 7052.15 Classify the substance based on the electric behavior and apply these laws/principles efficiently in industrial electrochemical processes.
  • 7052.16 Distinguish and construct electrochemical cells and electrolytic cells.
  • 7052.17 Explain the principle and mechanisms of latest electrochemical machining technology.
  • 7052.18 Explain various biochemical process, pollutions and their control measures polymers composites etc.

8752 General Workshop Practice 
Students will be able to

  • 8752.1 Identify tools and equipment used and their respective functions.
  • 8752.2 Identify different types of materials and their basic properties.
  • 8752.3 Use and take measurements with the help of basic measuring tools/equipment.
  • 8752.4 Select proper tools for a particular operation.
  • 8752.5 Select materials, tools, and sequence of operations to make a job as per given specification/drawing.
  • 8752.6 Prepare independently simple jobs and inspect the same.
  • 8752.7 Follow safety procedures and measures. 8752.8 Use safety equipment.

5252 Basics of Information Technology Lab 
Students will be able to

  • 5252.1 Identify Computer Hardware Components, Network Components and Peripherals
  • 5252.2 Explain the role of an Operating System.
  • 5252.3 Install System and Application Software.
  • 5252.4 Explain the function of the system components including Processor, Motherboard and Input-output devices
  • 5252.5 Use Word Processing Software to prepare document.
  • 5252.6 Use Spreadsheet Software to create workbooks and automate calculation.
  • 5252.7 Use Presentation Software to create interactive presentation.
  • 5252.8 Perform fundamental tasks common to most application software including print, save, edit, cut, copy, paste, format, spell and grammar check.
  • 5252.9 Find and evaluate information on the Web. Install Antivirus. Safeguard against Online Frauds, threats and crimes.

Semester II

0190 Basic Electronics
Students will be able to

  • 0190.1 Identify and able to take readings on various electronics equipment (multimeter, CRO, signal generator, LCR meter).
  • 0190.2 Plot the VI characteristics of pn junction diode and Zener diode.
  • 0190.3 Measure voltage gain, input and output impedance in a single state CE amplifier circuit.
  • 0190.4 Fabricate half wave, full wave and bridge rectifier and observe waveforms of each
  • 0190.5 Plot the waveforms of the rectifier circuit with different filters
  • 0190.6 Plot input and output characteristics of transistor in CB and CE mode
  • 0190.7 Plot the characteristics of FET based amplifier
  • 0190.8 Measure voltage gain, input and output impedance in a single state CE amplifier circuit

0453 English & Communication Skill II
Students will be able to

  • 0453.1 Make proper oral presentations.
  • 0453.2 Speak confidently.
  • 0453.3 Debate properly
  • 0453.4 Write accurate official/business letters
  • 0453.5 Respond to telephone calls effectively
  • 0453.6 Overcome communication barriers

0553 Applied Mathematics II
Students will be able to

  • 0553.1 Calculate the effect of one variable with respect to another variable and write the equation of tangent and normal to a curve at a point by understanding and application of basics concepts of derivatives. After understanding the concept of derivatives, they will be able to calculate the maximum and minimum values of a function.
  • 0553.2 Calculate the area of a curve bounded by axes, by understanding the applications of basic concepts of integration. They will also be able to find the velocity from acceleration and displacement from velocity.
  • 0553.3 Evaluate complex integrals in a simpler way by applying definite integral. 0553.4 Calculate the approximate area under a curve by applying Numerical Integration by using Trapezoidal and Simpson’s Rules.
  • 0553.5 Optimize the utilization of limited resources by applying basics concepts of Linear Programming.
  • 0553.6 Solve Engineering and Industrial Problems by understanding and applying the solution of differential equations.
  • 0553.7 Apply differential Equations and Numerical methods for higher learning of Mathematics and Engineering Applications.

2753  Applied Physics II
Students will be able to

  • 2753.1 Define wave motion its types (Transverse and Longitudinal), Periodic and Simple Harmonic Motion, solve simple problems.
  • 2753.2 Define the terms: frequency, amplitude, wavelength, velocity of a wave. They will be able to explain diffraction, interference, polarization.
  • 2753.3 Explain various Engineering, Medical and Industrial applications of Ultrasonics.
  • 2753.4 Apply acoustics principles to various types of buildings to get best sound effect.
  • 2753.5 State the laws of reflection and refraction of light, calculate the location of the final image for a concave mirror single thin converging lens, design and assemble a microscope using 2 lenses.
  • 2753.6 Measure the refractive index of a liquid or a solid. They will be able to explain total internal reflection as applied to optical fibers.
  • 2753.7 Define capacitance and its unit. They will be able to explain the function of capacitors in simple circuits, solve simple problems using C=Q/V.
  • 2753.8 Explain the role of free electrons in insulators, conductors and semiconductors, qualitatively the terms: potential, potential difference, electromotive force.
  • 2753.9 Explain electric current as flow of charge, the concept of resistance, measure correctly, using a multimeter, the following: electric current, potential difference, resistance.
  • 2753.10 List the effects of an electric current and their common applications, State and apply Ohm's law, calculate the equivalent resistance of a variety of resistor combinations, determine the energy consumed
  • by an appliance, distinguish between AC and DC electricity.
  • 2753.11 State the laws of electromagnetic induction, describe the effect on a current- carrying conductor when placed in a magnetic field.
  • 2753.12 Explain how the following operate: moving coil galvanometer, simple DC motor.
  • 2753.13 Apply the knowledge of diodes in rectifiers, adapters IC’s and various electronic circuits. Use the knowledge of semiconductors in various technical gadgets like mobile phones, computers, LED, LCD, solar lights etc.
  • 2753.14 Apply the concept of light amplification in designing of various LASER based instruments and optical sources.
  • 2753.15 Apply the use of optical fibre in Medical field and optical fibre Communication.

0961 Basic Electrical Engineering
Students will be able to

  • 0961.1 Identify and able to take readings on various electronics equipment (multimeter, CRO, signal generator, LCR meter).
  • 0961.2 Determination of voltage-current relationship in a DC circuit under specific physical conditions.
  • 0961.3 Measure resistance of an ammeter and a voltmeter.
  • 0961.4 Verify DC circuits (Thevenin and Nortons Theorem).
  • 0961.5 Verify Kirchhoff's Current and Voltage Laws in a dc circuit.
  • 0961.6 Find the ratio of inductance of a coil having air-core and iron-core respectively and to observe the effect of introduction of a magnetic core on coil inductance.
  • 0961.7 Test a lead - acid storage battery.
  • 0961.8 Measure power and power factor in a single phase R-.L-.C. Circuit and calculation of active and reactive powers in the circuit.

2853 Environmental Studies
Students will be able to

  • 2853.1 Comprehend the importance of ecosystem and sustainable.
  • 2853.2 Demonstrate interdisciplinary nature of environmental issues.
  • 2853.3 Identify different types of environmental pollution and control measures.
  • 2853.4 Take corrective measures for the abetment of pollution.
  • 2853.5 Explain environmental legislation acts.
  • 2853.6 Define energy management, energy conservation and energy efficiency.
  • 2853.7 Demonstrate positive attitude towards judicious use of energy and environmental protection.
  • 2853.8 Practice energy efficient techniques in day-to-day life and industrial processes.
  • 2853.9 Adopt cleaner productive technologies.
  • 2853.10 Identify the role of non-conventional energy resources in environmental protection.
  • 2853.11 Analyze the impact of human activities on the environment.

6453 English & Communication Skill II Lab 
Students will be able to

  • 0453.1 Make proper oral presentations.
  • 0453.2 Speak confidently.
  • 0453.3 Debate properly
  • 0453.4 Write accurate official/business letters
  • 0453.5 Respond to telephone calls effectively
  • 0453.6 Overcome communication barriers

5753 Applied Physics II Lab
Students will be able to

  • 2753.1 Define wave motion its types (Transverse and Longitudinal), Periodic and Simple Harmonic Motion, solve simple problems.
  • 2753.2 Define the terms: frequency, amplitude, wavelength, velocity of a wave. They will be able to explain diffraction, interference, polarization.
  • 2753.3 Explain various Engineering, Medical and Industrial applications of Ultrasonics.
  • 2753.4 Apply acoustics principles to various types of buildings to get best sound effect.
  • 2753.5 State the laws of reflection and refraction of light, calculate the location of the final image for a concave mirror single thin converging lens, design and assemble a microscope using 2 lenses.
  • 2753.6 Measure the refractive index of a liquid or a solid. They will be able to explain total internal reflection as applied to optical fibers.
  • 2753.7 Define capacitance and its unit. They will be able to explain the function of capacitors in simple circuits, solve simple problems using C=Q/V.
  • 2753.8 Explain the role of free electrons in insulators, conductors and semiconductors, qualitatively the terms: potential, potential difference, electromotive force.
  • 2753.9 Explain electric current as flow of charge, the concept of resistance, measure correctly, using a multimeter, the following: electric current, potential difference, resistance.
  • 2753.10 List the effects of an electric current and their common applications, State and apply Ohm's law, calculate the equivalent resistance of a variety of resistor combinations, determine the energy consumed by an appliance, distinguish between AC and DC electricity.
  • 2753.11 State the laws of electromagnetic induction, describe the effect on a current- carrying conductor when placed in a magnetic field.
  • 2753.12 Explain how the following operate: moving coil galvanometer, simple DC motor.
  • 2753.13 Apply the knowledge of diodes in rectifiers, adapters IC’s and various electronic circuits. Use the knowledge of semiconductors in various technical gadgets like mobile phones, computers, LED, LCD, solar lights etc.
  • 2753.14 Apply the concept of light amplification in designing of various LASER based instruments and optical sources.
  • 2753.15 Apply the use of optical fibre in Medical field and optical fibre Communication.

2190 Basic Electronics Lab
Students will be able to

  • 0190.1 Identify and able to take readings on various electronics equipment (multimeter, CRO, signal generator, LCR meter).
  • 0190.2 Plot the VI characteristics of pn junction diode and Zener diode.
  • 0190.3 Measure voltage gain, input and output impedance in a single state CE amplifier circuit.
  • 0190.4 Fabricate half wave, full wave and bridge rectifier and observe waveforms of each.
  • 0190.5 Plot the waveforms of the rectifier circuit with different filters.
  • 0190.6 Plot input and output characteristics of transistor in CB and CE mode.
  • 0190.7 Plot the characteristics of FET based amplifier.
  • 0190.8 Measure voltage gain, input and output impedance in a single state CE amplifier circuit.

6753 General Workshop Practice-II
Students will be able to

  • 6753.1 Follow safety procedures and measures.
  • 6753.2 Maintain good housekeeping practices.
  • 6753.3 Select materials, sequence of operations, select tools to make a given job  based on interpretation of drawing as per given specification with close tolerances using at least the resources of three shops
  • 6753.4 Prepare a job using at least the resources of three shops and compare the job with the specifications given.
  • 6753.5 Specify and read/understand specifications of different types of tools, equipment and machines used in various shops.
  • 6753.6 Inspect visually to identify various types of defects in different type of materials.
  • 6753.7 Analyze a given job and identify various operations required to make it.

6961 Basic Electrical Engineering
Students will be able to

  • 6961.1 Identify and able to take readings on various electronics equipment (multimeter, CRO, signal generator, LCR meter).
  • 6961.2 Determination of voltage-current relationship in a DC circuit under specific physical conditions.
  • 6961.3 Measure resistance of an ammeter and a voltmeter.
  • 6961.4 Verify DC circuits (Thevenin and Nortons Theorem).
  • 6961.5 Verify Kirchhoff's Current and Voltage Laws in a dc circuit.
  • 6961.6 Find the ratio of inductance of a coil having air-core and iron-core respectively and to observe the effect of introduction of a magnetic core on coil inductance.
  • 6961.7 Test a lead - acid storage battery.
  • 6961.8 Measure power and power factor in a single phase R-.L-.C. Circuit and calculation of active and reactive powers in the circuit..

Semester III
0195 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
Student will be able to

  • 0195.1 Verify and interpret truth tables for all logic gates.
  • 0195.2 Realize all logic functions with NAND and NOR gates
  • 0195.3 Design half adder and full adder circuit
  • 0195.4 Demonstrate and design 4-bit adder, 2's complement subtractor
  • 0195.5 Verify and interpret truth tables for all flip flops.
  • 0195.6 Verify and interpret truth tables of multiplexer, de-multiplexer, encoder and decoder ICs
  • 0195.7  Design a four bit ring counter and verify its operation
  • 0195.8 Design 4-bit SISO, PISO, SIPO, PIPO shift registers

0295 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING USING C
Student will be able to

  • 0295.1 Verify and interpret truth tables for all logic gates.
  • 0295.2 Realize all logic functions with NAND and NOR gates
  • 0295.3 Design half adder and full adder circuit
  • 0295.4 Demonstrate and design 4-bit adder, 2's complement subtractor
  • 0295.5 Verify and interpret truth tables for all flip flops.
  • 0295.6 Verify and interpret truth tables of multiplexer, de-multiplexer, encoder and
  • 0295.7 Design a four-bit ring counter and verify its operation
  • 0295.8 Design 4-bit SISO, PISO, SIPO, PIPO shift registers

4361 ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS AND MEASUREMENT
Student will be able to

  • 4361.1 Describe and demonstrate the specifications (accuracy, precision, sensitivity, resolution, range, errors, loading effects) of measuring instruments.
  • 4361.2 Demonstrate the working principle of measuring instruments like multi-meter, CRO, DSO
  • 4361.3 Measure the loading effect of a multi-meter
  • 4361.4 Describe the limitation of multi-meter for high frequency measurement
  • 4361.5 Measure frequency, voltage, time period and phase using CRO and DSO
  • 4361.6 Measure rise time and fall time using CRO and DSO
  • 4361.7 Demonstrate the working of RF signal generator, pulse generator
  • 4361.8 Identify and differentiate between active and passive transducers and principle of operation of different types transducers.
  • 4361.9  Measure distortion of RF signal generator using Distortion factor Meter.

Distinguish and classify the forms of cybercriminal activity and the technological and 'social engineering' methods used to undertake such crimes.

  • 4461.1 Explain the concept and need of modulation and demodulation
  • 4461.2 Measure the modulation index of the Amplitude Modulated wave
  • 4461.3 Measure the frequency deviation of FM wave for different modulating signals
  • 4461.4 Use different types of modulators and demodulators
  • 4461.5 Obtain modulating signal from an AM Detector Circuit
  • 4461.6 Obtain modulating signal from a FM Detector
  • 4461.7 Use different types of Pulse Modulation Techniques (PAM, PPM, PWM,PCM) and Delta Modulation.

5861 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS
Student will be able to

  • 5861.1 Demonstrate the concept of multistage amplifiers and plot the frequency response of the same
  • 5861.2 Measure the bandwidth of multistage amplifier
  • 5861.3 Describe the operation of large signal amplifiers.
  • 5861.4 Demonstrate the concept of negative and positive feedback.
  • 5861.5 Measure the gain of emitter follower and push pull amplifiers
  • 5861.6 Plot the frequency response of oscillators (Hartley, Colpitt, Wein Bridge)
  • 5861.7 Explain the concept of feedback amplifiers
  • 5861.8 Plot the frequency response of tuned voltage amplifiers
  • 5861.9 Design various wave-shaping circuits (concepts of clipping and clamping)
  • 5861.10 Describe the concept of multi-vibrators and operational amplifiers
  • 5861.11 Demonstrate the working of operational amplifier as inverter, integrator, differentiator, adder and subtractor.
  • 5861.12 Describe the concept of regulated DC supplies and opto-electric devices, VCO and PLL

6189 ELECTRICAL MACHINES
Student will be able to

  • 6189.1 Describe star delta 3-phase connections
  • 6189.2 Explain phase, line voltages and current relationships in 3-phase power supply.
  • 6189.3 Demonstrate the concept of single phase transformers
  • 6189.4 Measure the power and power factor in 3 phase load
  • 6189.5 Determine the efficiency of a single phase transformer
  • 6189.6 Apply the working principle of rotating electrical machines
  • 6189.7 Demonstrate the working of DC, AC and single phase fractional kilowatt motors
  • 6189.8 Connect and run a DC shunt motor with supply through a 3 point starter

Semester IV

2595 MICROPROCESSORS
Student will be able to

  • 2595.1 Write and edit a machine language program using mnemonics
  • 2595.2 Describe all the internal parts and pins of 8085 and 8086
  • 2595.3 Write, execute and debug assembly-language programs for simple applications
  • 2595.4 Interface various peripheral devices with microprocessor
  • 2595.5 Use various data transfer techniques used in microcomputers

3061 NETWORK FILTERS AND TRANSMISSION LINES
Student will be able to

  • 3061.1 Describe the concept of symmetrical, asymmetrical, balanced, unbalanced,T, PI, ladder, lattice, L and Bridge T networks 
  • 3061.2 Demonstrate the operation of filters and attenuators
  • 3061.3Demonstrate the operation of attenuators
  • 3061.4 Design and measure the attenuation of a symmetrical T/ Л type attenuator
  • 3061.5 Determine the characteristic impedance experimentally and Plot the attenuation characteristic of prototype low pass filter and prototype high pass filter
  • 3061.6 Plot the Impedance characteristic and attenuation characteristics of prototype band-pass filter and m-derived filters
  • 3061.7 Measure standing wave ratio and characteristic impedance of the line
  • 3061.8 Draw the attenuation characteristics of a crystal filter

6163 POWER ELECTRONICS
Student will be able to

  • 6163.1 Describe the construction, working principles of SCR, two transistor analogy of SCR, SCR specifications, methods of SCR triggering.
  • 6163.2 Plot and explain V-I characteristics of SCR, TRIAC, UJT, DIAC
  • 6163.3 Draw and demonstrate I/P and O/P wave forms of UJT relaxation oscillator
  • 6163.4 Draw and demonstrate the wave shape of voltage at relevant point of single-phase controlled rectifiers (half wave, full wave) and effect of change of firing angle.
  • 6163.5 Draw and demonstrate wave shapes and measurement of voltage at relevant points in TRIAC based AC phase control circuit
  • 6163.6 Install UPS system and routine maintenance of batteries
  • 6163.7 Demonstrate the concept and working of choppers, inverters, dual converters, and cyclo-converters.
  • 6163.8 Explain basic ideas about electric drives (AC and DC)

6561 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
Student will be able to

  • 6561.1 Classify the transmitters on the basis of modulation, service, frequency and power
  • 6561.2 Demonstrate the working of each stage of AM and FM transmitters
  • 6561.3 Identify the waveforms at different stages of a Radio Receiver
  • 6561.4 Tune AM broadcast radio receiver
  • 6561.5 Measure the performance characteristics of a radio receiver(sensitivity, selectivity, fidelity, S/N ratio, image rejection ratio).
  • 6561.6 Determine the appropriate value of Intermediate Frequency IF.
  • 6561.7 Identify the waveforms at different stages of a FM receiver
  • 6561.8 Identify the various types of antennas used in different frequency ranges
  • 6561.9 Plot the radiation pattern of directional and omni-directional antenna
  • 6561.10 Explain various modes of propagation of waves i.e. Ground Wave, Sky Wave, Space Wave and Duct Propagation.
  • 6561.11 Explain satellite communication link and terms related to satellite orbit.
  • 6561.12 Plot the variation of field strength of a radiated wave, with distance from a transmitting antenna

9585 GENERIC SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Student will be able to

  • 9585.1 Explain the importance of generic skills
  • 9585.2 Demonstrate self development
  • 9585.3 Manage himself/herself physically, intellectually and psychologically
  • 9585.4 Work effectively as a team member
  • 9585.5 Manage tasks effectively
  • 9585.6 Apply knowledge to solve problems
  • 9585.7 Develop an entrepreneurial mindset
  • 9585.8 Identify entrepreneurial support system for new ventures and small businesses
  • 9585.9 Recognize a business opportunity
  • 9585.10 Prepare project report
  • 9585.11 Demonstrate how to launch an individual's entrepreneurial career

Semester V

2615 AUDIO VIDEO SYSTEMS
Student will be able to

  • 2615.1 Explain the working of loudspeakers and microphones
  • 2615.2 Describe the basics of digital audio signals
  • 2615.3 Describe the working of colour television system (PAL).
  • 2615.4 Use the basic principles of digital video and its compression techniques
  • 2615.5 Illustrate basic techniques of digital television transmission and reception
  • 2615.6 Compare the working of LCD, LED, HDTV and plasma screen television
  • 2615.7 Test color TV using pattern generator

2616 COMPUTER NETWORKS
Student will be able to

  • 2616.1 Recognize the physical topology and cabling (coaxial, OFC, UTP, STP) of a network
  • 2616.2 Recognize various types of connectorsRJ-45, RJ-11,BNC and SCST
  • 2616.3 Demonstrate various types of networking models and protocol suites
  • 2616.4 Install and configure a network interface card in a workstation
  • 2616.5 Identify the IP address of a workstation and the class of the address and configure the IP Address on a workstation
  • 2616.6 Configure the routers
  • 2616.7 Demonstrate sub netting of IP address
  • 2616.8 Identify connectivity troubleshooting using PING, IPCONFIG, IFCONFIG
  • 2616.9 Explain concepts of wireless networking

2617 OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION
Student will be able to

  • 2617.1  Set up a fiber analog link and optic digital link
  • 2617.2 Measure bending losses in optical fibers
  • 2617.3 Measure the splice or connector loss
  • 2617.4 Measure and calculate numerical aperture of optical fiber
  • 2617.5 Explain and demonstrate characteristics of optical source and optical detector
  • 2617.6 Connect a fiber with connector at both ends
  • 2617.7 Identify and demonstrate use of various components and tools used in optical fiber communication

2618 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
Student will be able to

  • 2618.1 Describe and identify block diagram of digital and data communication link
  • 2618.2 Demonstrate and explain different coding schemes (5-bit Baudot, 7-bit ASCII, ARQ, EBCDIC) and error detecting and correcting techniques(redundancy, parity, Block Check Character, Vertical Redundancy Check, Longitudinal Redundancy Check, Cyclic Redundancy Check, Hamming code
  • 2618.3 Transmit Hamming code on a serial link and reconvert at the receiving end
  • 2618.4 Plot and interpret wave forms at input and output of ASK and FSK modulators
  • 2618.5 Transmit parallel data on a serial link using USART
  • 2618.6 Transmit data using MODEM
  • 2618.7 Describe Space and time switching systems

3610 MICROCONTROLLERS AND EMBEDDED SYSTEM
Student will be able to

  • 3610.1 Work on a microcontroller kit
  • 3610.2 Describe architecture, instruction set and addressing modes of 8051/8031 microcontroller, introduction of PIC microcontroller
  • 3610.3 Write, edit a assembly language program (PC based)
  • 3610.4 Write, edit C language program
  • 3610.5 Write program for LCD interface, A/D converter, D/A converter, serial data transmission from kit to PC
  • 3610.6 Write program to interface different sensors with microcontroller
  • 3610.7 Demonstrate applications of microcontroller

4617 PLCs AND SCADA
Student will be able to

  • 4617.1 Explain and demonstrate the different modules of a Programmable Logic Controller
  • 4617.2 Program a PLC using a hand-held programmer and computer interface
  • 4617.3 Implement ladder programming concepts
  • 4617.4 Implement basic logic operations using ladder programming
  • 4617.5 Demonstrate Logic control systems with time response as applied to clamping operation
  • 4617.6 Explain sequence control system
  • 4617.7 Program a PLC for a specific application

Semester VI

3612 MICROWAVE AND RADAR ENGINEERING
Student will be able to

  • 3612.1 Identify, explain and demonstrate construction, characteristics, operating principles and typical applications of Multicavity Klystron, Reflex
    Klystron, Magnetron, Travelling Wave Tube, GUNN diode, IMPATT diode 
  • 3612.2 Measure electronics and mechanical tuning range of a reflex klystron
  • 3612.3 Measure VSWR of a given load
  • 3612.4 Measure the Klystron frequency by slotted section method
  • 3612.5 Measure the directivity and coupling of a directional coupler
  • 3612.6 Plot radiation pattern of a horn antenna in horizontal and vertical planes
  • 3612.7 Demonstrate the properties of magic tee
  • 3612.8 Identify the block diagram and explain the operating principles of CW(Doppler), FMCW, MTI radar 
  • 3612.9 Interpret radar display PPI
  • 3612.10 Describe the working principles of microwave communication link

3613 VLSI SYSTEM DESIGN
Student will be able to

  • 3613.1 Design different gates (AND, OR, XOR) using VHDL
  • 3613.2 Design 2:1 multiplexer, priority encoder, and decoder circuit using VHDL
  • 3613.3 Design different arithmetic circuits (half adder, full adder, half subtractor,full subtractor) using VHDL
  • 3613.4 Design 4 Bit Binary to Grey code Converter using VHDL
  • 3613.5 Demonstrate working of different programmable logic devices (ROM, PLA, GAL, PEEL, CPLDs, FPGA, FPAA)

4614 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
Student will be able to

  • 4614.1 Explain basic elements of a digital signal processing system and their classification
  • 4614.2 Prepare block diagram representation of discrete time system and implement it
  • 4614.3 Apply and transform to LTI system
  • 4614.4 Design filter structures
  • 4614.5 Describe discrete fourier transformer and use it in linear filtering
  • 4614.6 Apply DSP processor in various fields of communication industry

5619 WIRELESS AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION

Student will be able to

  • 5619.1 Identify and explain the features, specification and working of cellular mobile
  • 5619.2 Measure and analyse the signal strength at various points from a transmitting antenna/cordless phone
  • 5619.3 Describe and analyse different Multiple Access Techniques for Wireless Communication (FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, SSMA, FHSS)
  • 5619.4  Describe different Mobile Communication Systems (GSM and CDMA)
  • 5619.5 Demonstrate call processing on a GSM and CDMA trainer Kit
  • 5619.6 Troubleshoot GSM and CDMA mobile phones

5820 BASICS OF MANAGEMENT
Student will be able to

  • 5820.1 Explain the principles of management including its functions in an organisation
  • 5820.2 Have insight into different types of organizations and their structures
  • 5820.3 Inculcate leadership qualities to motivate self and others
  • 5820.4 Manage human resources at the shop-floor
  • 5820.5 Maintain and be a part of healthy work culture in an organisation
  • 5820.6 Use marketing skills for the benefit of organization
  • 5820.7 Maintain books of accounts and take financial decisions
  • 5820.8 Undertake store management
  • 5820.9 Use modern concepts like TQM, TPM and CRM
  • 5820.10 Distinguish and classify the forms of cybercriminal activity and the technological and 'social engineering' methods used to undertake such crimes.
  • 5820.11 Analyse and assess the impact of cybercrime on government, businesses, individuals and society

List of Lab Apparatus

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Diode Characteristics

2

Transistor Characteristics

3

Class A Amplifier, Class B Amplifier,Push Pull Amp., Class AB Amplifier

4

OP AMP

5

2 Stage RC Coupled Amplifier

6

RC Phase Shift

7

Wein Bridge

8

Hartley Oscillator

9

Clipper, Clamper Circuit

10

555 As Monostablemultivibrator

11

Colpit Oscillator

 

Electrical Machines Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Single phase transformer

2

AC/DC load

3

DC power supply

4

DC motor Starter

5

DC shunt compound generator

6

Swinburn test of dc

7

DC series generator

8

Scott connection transformer

 

Digital Electronics Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Logic Gates

2

Encoder/Decoder

3

MUX/DEMUX

4

Adder Subtractor

5

Shift Registers

6

Decoder/Demux

7

D to A Convertor

8

Flip Flops

9

Counters

10

ADC/DAC Trainer kit

 

Electronics Instruments and Measurement Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Kelvin's Bridge

2

Maxwell's Inductance Bridge

3

Wien Bridge

4

RLC Series Parallel

5

BJT Charateristics

6

Schering Bridge

7

RF Signal Generator

8

Temperature Transducer

9

LVDT

 

Principles of Communication Engineering Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

DSB-SC and SSB

2

Sampling Reconstruction Kit

3

Delta Modulation

4

FM Modulator

5

FM Demodulator

6

4 Channel TDM

7

PAM Genration Kit

8

PWM Generation Kit

9

PPM Generation Kit

 

Network Filters and Transmission Lines Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Prototype LOW PASS FILTER

2

Prototype HIGH PASS FILTER

3

Prototype BANDPASS PASS FILTER

4

m- Derived Low Pass Filter

5

m- Derived High Pass Filter

6

Crystal Filter 

7

Symmetrical T and π Attenuator

8

K- Derived Filter

 

Power Electronics Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

SCR Characteristics

2

DIAC

3

TRAIC

4

UJT as relaxation oscillator

5

SCR Single phase ,half wave, full wave, Fully controlled bridge rectifier

Microprocessor Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

8085 Microprocessor Training kit

 

Consumer Electronics Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Frequency Response of Microphone and Loudspeaker 

2

CD/DVD Player Demo /Trouble Shooting

3

Black and Whte and Color TV

4

Microwave Oven

5

Photostate Machine

6

DTH Demo 

7

CRO Troubleshooting

8

Function Genrator Troubleshooting

9

Power SuppliesTroubleshooting

10

Digital Multimeter Troubleshooting

11

Modem

12

EPABX Kit

13

CRT

14

Laser Printer

15

Testing of IC's

 

Digital Communication System Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

ASK Modulation and Demodulation

2

FSK Modulation and Demodulation

3

Line Coding Kit

4

Transmission of data using modem

5

TDM

6

EPABX

7

DSB-SC and SSB

8

Antenna Trainer Kit

9

RF Detector

10

Field Strength Detection from RF Generator w.r.t Distance

11

Fibre Optic Components Kit

12

Setup of Fiber Link





Microcontroller and Embedded System Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Microcontroller Kit

2

LCD interfacing

3

AtoD Convertor

4

DtoA Convertor

5

Stepper Motor Interfacing

6

Serial Data Transmission

 

Digital Communication System Lab

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Work bench for study of Microwave Generation

2

Work bench for Standing wave ratio Calculation

3

SWR Meter

4

Gunn Power Supply

5

Klystron Power Supply

6

Antenna  trainer kit

7

Slotted Section Wave guide

8

Detector Mount

9

Horn Antenna,Dish Antenna

10

Magic Tee

 

Optical Fibre & Communcation

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Setting Analog Link and Digital link

2

Study and measurement of bending loss in optical fiber.

3

Numerical Aperture of Optical fibre

4

To determine Bit Error Rate

5

Study of Optical Emitter

6

Study of Optical Detector

 

Wireless and Optical System & Networks

Sr no.

Name of the Major Equipment

1

Study of features, Specs., and working of cellular mobile

2

Signal Strength Measurement 

3

Visit of MSC

4

Demo of BTS

5

GSM Trainer Kit

6

GPRS Setting

7

Mobile Repair GSM and CDMA

8

Data Transfer using Bluetooth

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